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open day

A specified day in which an organization, especially a school, university, or business, is open for visitation, inspection, or evaluation by members of the public. Primarily heard in UK. I wouldn't mind the open day at school so much if we didn't have to act like trained seals for the prospective parents.
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And the best way to accomplish this is by attending an open day.
To find out more about the Heritage Open Day at the Carillon Tower visit: www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting/event/carillon-tower For more information about the Heritage Open Day at Taylor's Bellfoundry visit: www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting/ event/loughborough-bellfoundry-open-day Every year in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history as part of Heritage Open Days.
"A huge note of thanks goes to all of the local businesses who have donated raffle prizes for the open day. Your support as always is greatly appreciated." Firefighters will also be promoting fire safety in the home and showcasing the work of Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service while raising money for The Fire Fighters Charity and local charities.
Offering a great chance to go and see a university for yourself, open days allow you to explore the campus, learn about the courses available and find out more about accommodation, admissions, extra-curricular clubs and career prospects.
"Visitors to the open day will find out how our degrees allow students the flexibility to choose their studies around their interests, giving them the opportunity to widen their knowledge, skills base and maximise their employability."
CEO of Emirates in Morocco Rached Al Fajeer nofollow" data-wpel-link="externalsaid that the best profiles are those who are open-minded, helpful, and friendly."These Open Days will allow many young people to start a promising career," said the CEO.
"This year's open day will be an opportunity to build on the success and popularity of last year's event.
Doors Open Days is Scotland's largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment, old and new.
A pilot scheme has been launched to give students free train travel to university open days.
Dr Susan E Saxton, founding president of AUBH, said: "We were overwhelmed with the attendance during the Open Day, and even more enthused with those who are visiting our office in the World Trade Center to enrol for the first term.
Club Spokesperson Dave Williams said: "We had a fantastic turnout at our last open day in April but we'd like to better it with this second open day.
Saxton, Founding President of AUBH stated, "We were overwhelmed with the great attendance during the Open Day, and even more enthused with those who are visiting our 12th floor office in the World Trade Center to enroll for the first term.
Ty Llandaff, a private nursing, residential and respite care home in Conway Road, Pontcanna, will join thousands of other care homes around the country taking part in Care Home Open Day on Saturday, April 21 (10.30am to 4.30pm).
Dr Arockiasamy Soosaimanickam, dean of CEMIS and chair for Open Day, in his welcome address described the event as a unique opportunity for the students to exhibit their talent through their participation in various extracurricular activities.
The academy, based in Chelmsley Road, will host its open day on Saturday, October 7.