Organisers of the North Kelvin Meadow campaign are hosting the Bake Outdoors tomorrow in an attempt to raise awareness of their campaign and encourage people to eat local produce.
They are fighting to save the former playing fields between Clouston Street, Sanda Street and Kelbourne Street from a developer's plan to build 90 homes on them.
As previously reported in the Evening Times, the land was designated by the council for construction in 2008. But there is still no sign of when the latest application by New City Vision will go to the planning committee.
The meadow, is now used by local schools, as well as residents and families.
Tomorrow's event, which takes place from noon-5pm, is being hosted by the Children's Wood, which was set up to get youngsters to use the fields.
Cookery writer Josceline Dimbleby will be judging a baking competition at 2pm, while community food group Locavore will be helping people make herb boxes.
Emily Cutts, Children's Wood volunteer, said: "We have so much happening and think we will see more than 1000 people on the day.
"We want people to think more about what they are eating and buying. We are trying to encourage people to buy locally and grow their own food.
"We will have food stalls, open fires for children to cook on and there as a mud kitchen.
"We have also teamed up with Maryhill Integration Network who will be there with recipe books and they will be making bunting with groups of children."