Fury, Farmers’ Market, Barbados and 67’s hockey all in the Glebe this weekend
Turn Sunday into a fun day in the Glebe.
This weekend has all the makings for a perfect family weekend in the Glebe. From shopping and sport, to music and culture, you’ll find something for everyone this weekend.
Spend Saturday shopping along Bank Street and at our many ma and pa shops littered amongst the quaint side streets. Our merchants have tons of promotions available on our intheglebe.ca website for you to snag the best deals around this weekend. Get into fall fashion with our many clothing stores, get set for the fall harvest at our Glebe grocery stores, or redecorate your home this September at our house and home shops. Check out our shop directory here.
And you’ll want to stay fuelled up all day. Check out our restaurant directory and choose from Asian, Italian and Indian bistros to casual eateries and gourmet grub at our fine dining restos. You’ll never go hungry in the Glebe.
Party it up Barbados style all day Sunday with Ottawa 2017’s Welcomes the World series with the Caribbean island on deck for a day of live calypso, soca, and of course the music of Barbados Cultural Ambassador Rihanna. Taste traditional Bajan dishes and take a virtual tour of the tropical island. The event is free for everyone and runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday afternoon will be an edge-of-your-set kind of day, as Ottawa Fury FC desperately pushes for a playoff spot against the Eastern Conference-leading Louisville City FC. The Fury are four points out of a playoff spot, and with just five games remaining, the squad will need every point it can get. Kickoff is at 2 p.m. at TD Place. Click here for tickets.
Sports fans should stay in the Glebe for Saturday evening’s Ottawa 67s’s home-opener vs. the Erie Otters at 7 p.m. The game is also a 50th anniversary celebration game with the team honouring the 1967-77 era with an in-arena legacy project that will be unveiled during Sunday’s game. The 67’s will play seven anniversary games this season, starting with Sunday’s home opener. Come cheer on the NHL’s future stars and help commemorate the many great moments of 67s’ past – like their dramatic overtime win in 1999 to win their second Memorial Cup in franchise history. Click here for tickets.
This Sunday, like every Sunday, also features the Ottawa Farmers’ Market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Aberdeen Square at Lansdowne. Cabbages, parsnips and pears are in season this month, as are brussels sprouts and cranberries to get you prepped for Thanksgiving. Click here for more information on the Farmers’ Market.
See you in the Glebe – where everything is happening.
Connect with the Glebe
From pub fare to fine food, from tried and true to “never tried it before”, the Glebe is home to some of the best restaurants in Ottawa and a favourite destination of food lovers around the city.More Info