Strawberry Social, flea market and Summer Art Series on this weekend in the Glebe
Calling all bargain hunters!
Looking for that carpet that ties the room together? How about that rare hockey card? Well, you may just find those gems at Lansdowne this weekend at 613Flea.
The massive flea market hits the outdoors this weekend at the Aberdeen Square from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The not-for-profit marketplace features artisans, artists, makers and entertainers who come together with antique and vintage goods, as well as food merchants and live entertainment. The market is family-friendly and completely free for everyone. Confirmed vendors include The Vintage Crate, Trailhead Yarns, Melting Plastic, and Clay Pigeon Design. Whether you’re looking for a piece of rustic furniture or a new outfit, be sure to stop by. More information here.
Stawberries, strawberries, strawberries. If you haven’t guessed it yet, the Ottawa Farmers’ Market is hosting its Strawberry Social this Sunday at Lansdowne. Pick up the freshest strawberries from local farmers. But it doesn’t stop there. more and more fresh veggies are starting to sprout out of the ground every week, and your ticket to get them in your belly is in the Glebe. The Market is at Aberdeen Square every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Artisan crafts, fruits and veggies and the most delicious lemonade are waiting for your taste buds. Click here for more information.
Don’t go home after you’ve stocked up on goods. Instead, put on your dancing shoes and sway to the sounds of The Lyon Street Celtic Band, who is putting on a free show for the first Lansdowne Summer Art Series Sunday evening. The music starts at 5:30 at the East Court of the Aberdeen Pavilion. The free concert series continues every Sunday with a different band each week. Click here for the entire summer lineup.
And if you’re looking for a blast from the past, then head to Horticulture Building Monday night and lace up your quad wheels for a Family Roller Disco. The event features disco tunes and lights and skate rentals. Click here for more information.
There’s lots to do this weekend, and it’s all in the Glebe.