Public meeting tonight (Tuesday) on the future of Lansdowne Park

Do you shop at the Farmers Market or 613flea Market at Lansdowne or take part in events in the parkland or have an interest in the management of City-owned land? Read on for more information about potential City plans and tonight’s meeting at 7 pm in the Horticulture Building…

The Ottawa Sports & Entertainment Group (the private corporation that runs the retail and sports facilities at Lansdowne Park) has submitted a proposal to the City to take over all of the operations and programming at the publicly (City) controlled portions in Lansdowne Park.  This would include the Aberdeen Pavilion, the Horticulture Building, Aberdeen Square and the Great Lawn.

This may affect the future of free community events like 613flea and the Ottawa Farmers Market at Lansdowne Park. Ottawa City Council will vote on this proposal in just 7 business days

Capital Ward Councillor Shawn Menard issued a Press Release on Friday October 25th that outlines some of the issues.  Read it HERE.

The Glebe, Ottawa South and Ottawa East Community Associations have arranged for a public meeting regarding this issue that you may wish to attend:

Monday October 28, 2019  7pm-9pm
The Horticulture Building, Lansdowne Park
1015 Bank St., Ottawa K1S 3W7

Catherine Knoll
613flea Market Manager