Fury, Hockey and Farmers’ Market all in the Glebe This Weekend
Wednesday’s massive win over the Richmond Kickers have catapulted Ottawa Fury FC into seventh place in the Eastern Conference, but the team will have to remain consistent over its last 10 matches to stay in playoff contention.
That all start this weekend when the Indy Eleven blow into town for a regular season dustup at TD Place Saturday afternoon. The squad hopes to build off the momentum of a 2-0 win over the Richmond Kickers earlier this week to climb up the standings even more.
The last time these two clubs met, the Ottawa Fury managed to sneak away with a 1-0 win in early July. A win this weekend could push the Fury into fifth place.
Kickoff is at 2 p.m. Click here to snag your seat and feel the fury.
The soccer match is just one of the many events happening throughout the neighbourhood.
You’ll see ball hockey players take over Lansdowne Park this weekend for the 7th Annual Their Opportunity Ball Hockey Tournament on Saturday. Watch the exciting 3-on-3 tournament while raising money for low-income households. The tournament gets going at noon at the Aberdeen Square. Click here to shoot, and score.
Need a kick in the pants to get your Sunday morning going? The folks at GoodLife Fitness will whip you into shape every Sunday morning at their free TD Place Stadium Workout. Free for anyone aged 12 and up. You’ll be running stairs, doing lunges and everything else that makes those muscles burn. Click here to start your workout.
Bok Choy, cabbage, carrots and grapes. Just a few of the items you’ll find this week at the Ottawa Farmers’ Market at Lansdowne Park. The Market runs every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with scores of merchants selling everything from fruits and veggies, to artisan crafts, goodies and trinkets. Click here for more information.
And, if you’re strolling through the area, stop by Il Negozio Nicastro and watch Colombian painters Santiago Castro and Sebastián García as they create a stunning signature mural for the Glebe. The artists have travelled from Bogota, Colombia to complete their Vertigo Mural Project for the first time in North America. You can catch the painters throughout the day between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Stop by, say hi and take in the stunning artwork.
See you in the Glebe.