Stratford, ON -- Doors Open Stratford presents 12 local sites commemorating 70 years since the end of World War II. Open to the public on Saturday, June 6 from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm, everyone is invited to visit some of Stratford’s finest landmarks and share our WWII stories. Admission is free.
|The Dutch memorial was a gift from the Netherlands in appreciation for Stratford’s hospitality to 700 Dutch soldiers in Stratford.|
Hear stories about Perth County War Brides, the Dutch Liberation and wing spar production for deHaviland Mosquito bombers as you tour historical sites, visit two private post-war homes, an historic church, war graves and Stratford’s Cenotaph, designed by one of Canada’s most prominent sculptors, Walter Seymour Allward.