Lindsay Business Improvement Association

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lindsay Business Improvement Association

117 Kent Street West
Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y5 | View on Google Maps
Melissa McFarland Melissa McFarland
(705) 324-7710
Lindsay's Downtown with its charming Victorian architecture, is located in the Kawartha Lakes region. Situated on the Scugog River between Lakes Sturgeon and Scugog, its waters were once home to a wide variety of steamboats as it was a traffic route for steamboats carrying passengers and cargo between many of the waterway communities. Nearby many of the Kawartha Lakes dot the countryside and provide great recreational boating and especially sport fishing. Shoppers will enjoy searching the many antique stores and unique artisan shops that dot the main street. The community was named Lindsay in 1836 after a surveyor’s assistant was shot in the leg and later died of infection. Pearl Hart, Wild West character, was born in Lindsay and carried out the last stagecoach robbery in the United States. Promoters staged Canada's first bullfight in Lindsay in 1958. It is a town of parks, most notably the series of parks and boardwalks along the Scugog River, which winds through the town. Lindsay is home to the popular, historic Academy Theatre. Academy Theatre Performing Arts Centre has had an impressive presence at the foot of Lindsay’s historic main street for over a century and a long history of presenting a wide variety of professional, regional and community productions.
Member Since: 2006
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