Indonesian Fest, Fury Dog Day and Farmers’ Market in the Glebe This Weekend

July 26, 2018 | by glebeadmin


It’s going to be a dog day afternoon this weekend in the Glebe, as Ottawa Fury FC is inviting pups to their afternoon game at TD Place on Sunday.

But the Dog Day is just scratching the surface for what will turn out to be another packed weekend in the Glebe with everything from Full Moon Yoga to the Ottawa Farmers’ Market – and a whole lot in between.

The fun all starts Friday night with the 2018 Indonesian Festival inside the Horticulture Building, where patrons can learn more about the culture, taste traditional Indonesian cuisine and take in some cultural entertainment. The festival continues throughout the weekend with a fashion show, live music, tourism information and a product exhibition. Click here for more information.

If you’re feeling like stretching it out after the Indonesian Festival, head over to the Great Lawn around 9 p.m. Friday night for free Full Moon Yoga with Rama Lotus Yoga Centre. The classes are open to all levels and ages. Bring a mat. Click here for more information.

If you need even more yoga, head to CRAFT Beer Market Saturday morning at 9 a.m. for the Bend and Brunch yoga series. Stretch it out for an hour before slurping up a delicious breakfast. Click here for menu options and details.

Ever bring your dog to a soccer match? You can bring Fido this Saturday to catch the Ottawa Fury take on Louisville City for a Dog Day afternoon at TD Place. Tickets are $15 for you and your pooch. Click here and use the promo code, “BARK” to scoop up your tickets. Woof, Fury, Woof!

A day after bringing dogs to the field, the Ottawa Fury FC is inviting the kids down to the field for the Fury Fun Day on Sunday. All minor soccer players ages 9 to 11 are invited to play in a World Cup 5-on-5 soccer tournament with the chance to win some cool prizes. Your squad will even be coached by Fury FC players. The Fun Day runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click here to register.

It’s broccoli and cauliflower season in the Glebe. The two kid favourites are in season at the Ottawa Farmers’ Market, along with celery, cherries and corn. The Farmers’ Market run every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Aberdeen Square at Lansdowne. Click here for more information.

See you in the Glebe!