Fury, Farmers’ Market and Salsa Dancing in the Glebe this Weekend
Dance, sing, run, kick, cheer.
These are all the things you’ll be able to do in the Glebe this weekend.
Starting Thursday night, you weekend gets an early lift off with everything from concerts and soccer matches to a festival that celebrates all things Thailand.
It all kicks off Thursday night when The Utah-based Piano Guys take over the Arena at TD Place for a night of pop music with a classical twist. The Piano Guys, which is comprised of classically-trained musicians, Jon Schmidt, Steven Sharp Nelson, Paul Anderson and Al van der Beek, will be playing through their catalogue of wildly popular hits like the Jurassic Park Theme, One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful” and the hit song, “Let it Go,” from Disney’s Frozen. The show starts at 7 p.m. with tickets starting at $45. Click here to snag a seat.
Ottawa Fury FC could be in playoff position after this weekend. The squad is currently just one point out of the final USL playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, and a win over the Tampa Bay Rowdies this weekend could catapult them into contention. The Rowdies will be looking to move up the standings themselves, as they are just a point behind the Fury, making Friday’s game an important one. Click here for tickets.
Before heading to the Ottawa Farmers’ Market on Sunday, start your morning off with a solid work out, courtesy of Goodlife Fitness. Every Sunday morning from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. Goodlife offers a free workout class in the stands at TD Place. You’ll be running stairs, doing lunges and everything else that makes you feel the burn. The class is open and free to anyone 12 and older. Click here to get your sweat on.
You may start seeing a few new items at the Ottawa Farmers’ Market, as carrots, cabbage and eggplant are now in season. The market runs every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Aberdeen Court at Lansdowne. Click here to see what else is in season.
Join the Royal Thai Embassy for all things Thailand Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and enjoy traditional Thai cuisine, learn about the culture and take in dance, music and art from the Asian country. The festival runs all day inside the Horticulture Building. Click here for more information.
Ever wanted to learn how to Salsa dance? You can do it for free Sunday night at Lansdowne as part of the Lansdowne Summer Art Series. Dance lessons begin at 6 p.m. with the UNO Band performing at 7 p.m. Dance the night away until 11 p.m. Click here for more information.