67’s hockey, Taste of the Glebe and Farmers’ Market all on tap this weekend in the Glebe

March 1, 2018 | by glebeadmin


It’s getting down to the wire for the Ottawa 67’s.

The team currently sits in seventh place in the OHL’s Eastern Conference, but it won’t take much for them to catapult up the standings, as just three points separate fourth place from seventh.

That makes this Sunday’s game vs. the London Knights an important match, as a win could put the team into sixth place, and just a point back from the Niagara Ice Dogs for fourth place.

The team is on a roll, having won its last two games, and seven of its last 10. With just four home games left on the schedule, now is time for you to come and support the team as they make their final push for the playoffs.

Puck drop is at 2 p.m. Sunday. Click here for tickets.

While you’re in the area, stop in at the Ottawa Winter Farmers’ Market and pick up some baked goods, some fresh grains, or some hot eats. The market is always filled with unique artisan products from small, custom trinkets, to furniture and other goods. The market runs every Sunday inside the Aberdeen Pavilion from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click here for more information.

Sunday also features one of the Glebe’s favourite food events in Taste of the Glebe Tour. Explore the Glebe while discovering some of the best restaurants and cafes the neighbourhood has to offer. Tour the shops, eateries and the Farmers’ Market that make the Glebe such a food lover’s paradise. Tours are guided through C’est Bon Cooking and cost $59 for adults and $45 for children. The tour starts at 1 p.m. Click here to buy tickets and treat your taste buds to the ultimate day of delicious food.

And if you’re in the area on Saturday with the kids, be sure to stop by Whole Foods for the weekly Kids’ Club, where your little ones can enjoy a craft or an activity and a fresh fruit snack. The Kids’ Club runs every Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. and it’s always free. Click here for more information.

We’ll see you in the Glebe, where everything is always happening.