Lennoxville unveils summer plans, community fridge in Square Queen

Lennoxville unveils summer plans, community fridge in Square Queen
Mon Shack Founder and General Director Josée Parent (left), CDEC Project Coordinator Anne-Catherine Pilon (middle), and CDEC Coordinator Evelyne Verrette (right) standing by the new Frigo Free Go installed Thursday morning at Square Queen. (Photo : Michael Boriero)

By Michael Boriero

Lennoxville Borough President Claude Charron, as well as representatives for Saint-François MNA Geneviève Hébert and Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, officially unveiled the borough’s summer plans at Square Queen Thursday.
Charron was also joined by several community leaders. Although Lennoxville’s Square Queen came into existence last year, it never received a proper introduction due to COVID-19 health and safety measures. And it has since undergone major renovations.
The modest gathering area is packed with picnic tables and lounge chairs. The borough also added a performance stage and a local vegetable garden for residents. And new this summer is the addition of a community fridge, known as Frigo Free Go.
The borough is currently putting together a performance schedule. Lennoxville has also partnered with Festival des traditions du monde de Sherbrooke (FTMS) to add more cultural activities to the calendar. Residents can check out squarequeen.ca for more details.

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