Public Forum "The history of the Glades and its future"

2014-10-09

Discover one of Mount Royal's emblematic landscapes on October 15


PUBLIC FORUM “THE HISTORY OF THE GLADES AND ITS FUTURE”

The Glades is one of eight landscape topographies created by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of Mount Royal Park. The Glades encompasses the entire area from Beaver Lake, the pavilion and toboggan hill to Maison Smith, its surrounding green spaces and adjacent parking lots.

Discover the evolution of the area from its origins to present day.

Conference presented by landscape architect Jonathan Cha.

Les amis de la montagne will also offer a visit of The Glades to present current restauration work in Beaver Lake and the sculpture garden created in 1964 during the International Sculpture Symposium in North America.

  • At Maison Smith (1260 Chemin Remembrance), Mount Royal Park
  • Wednesday, October 15
  • From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Free
  • RSVP: 514 843-8240, ext. 231 or mgrondin@lemontroyal.qc.ca
Photo: Ville de Montréal