open to the public

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Because that field has been bought by a very rich man, and today is the last day that it will be open to the public.
On that day the royal apartments were open to the public, and at the hour of High Mass the crowd flowed back towards the vestibule of the chapel to witness what was called the procession of the Cordons Bleus.
English day" means the day on which the government offices are thrown open to the public.
Edward And it is open to the public, located at Country Valley Foods on Leeholme Road.
Don Griffin, executive director, Eugene-Springfield Habitat for Humanity, will speak about the Habitat for Humanity program; open to the public.
AN EXHIBITION celebrating the world's oldest passenger railway station will be open to the public next month.
Castel Froma care centre in Leamington has installed a hydrotherapy unit which will be open to the public on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Summary: The Dubai Metro will be open to the public on Thursday, marking a milestone inC*
com's Stars of Late Night Stars of Poker, a televised EUR50,000 freeroll that will be broadcast on Ireland's RTE, begins on September 4 and is open to the public.
Hundreds of thousands of document files and electronic records documenting the 2008 Beijing Olympics and Paralympics have been transferred to the city's archives as "invaluable cultural heritage" items, but they likely won't be open to the public for 30 years.
On Friday May 15 the show is open to the public from 3 pm to 9 pm, and on Saturday May 16 it is open to the public from 10 am to12.
The exhibition will be open to the public on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (9:30am-4:30pm) in the Technology Building, T1/09.