For the past 16 years, Open Minds Quarterly has been housed at 680 Kirkwood Drive, Sudbury, Ontario. Kirkwood was the birthplace of our magazine, the space where our foundations were set, history developed, memories shaped, and stories told, from all of the writers, readers and artists that crossed our paths. In July of this year, we packed up 16 years of material (an emotional experience), bid our “goodbyes” and ‘thank you’s”, and joyfully relocated our office to a beautiful location in downtown Sudbury.
The organization that we are housed in, NISA/Northern Initiative for Social Action, opened its doors on July 7, 2014, to a bright, spacious 9,000-square-foot building at 36 Elgin St, in the core of Sudbury’s downtown and our arts community.
This summer we, along with our members, have adjusted and grown in the new space. On September 30th, we opened our doors for our official Grand Opening, welcoming over 100 community members, who joined us in celebrating this new phase in our history.
We’re excited to see how our magazine grows next. We thank you all for being a part of this journey with us.
An inside look at the beautiful space that we now call home!
For more information on our move, and the organization that we work with, please see:
- Sudbury Star, Sudbury agency gets a new home
- Northern Life, Health group finds new home in the heart of arts community
- Northern Life, Mental health organization celebrates new home