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Why I Love Living In Liberty Lake, WA

Lots of people can tell you they love their neighborhood. But can they tell you why and convince you to move there? I don't think many folks can do that, unless you live in Liberty Lake, WA. I've lived in Washington my entire life and I've never quite found a city like Liberty Lake.  




I LOVE living in Liberty Lake, WA. We have everything we need within a short distance including: The Home Depot, Walgreens, Albertsons, Starbucks, post office, library, Liberty Lake Athletic Club, churches, our own winery (www.libertylakewinecellars.com), multiple parks, playgrounds, walking tails and restaurants (The Cork House & Hay Jay's are two personal favorites). We even have our own newspaper The Liberty Lake Splash to keep us up to date on all the events in our area. And to top it all off Liberty Lake was voted the 8th safest city in WA www.safewise.com/blog/50-safest-cities-washington . Here are just a few of the community events that make Liberty Lake special for me and my family.

Liberty Lake Fireworks This is a 100% community funded event by the Liberty Lake Community. This year 2015 is the 25nd Annual 4th of July Parade, and the 23rd Annual Fireworks show over the water on Liberty Lake.

Tentative Schedule:
1:00pm - Parade Starts
6:00pm - Concert Starts
10:00pm - Fireworks Show

For more information or to make a donation go to www.libertylakefireworks.com/3/miscellaneous1.htm



Liberty Lake Farmers Market  Eat pizza, get fresh local food, and connect with friends and neighbors. Farmers Market runs May 16th through October 10th. Open Saturdays from 9:00AM to 1:00PM located at 1421 N. Meadowwood Lane, Liberty Lake, WA 99019. For more information go to www.libertylakefarmersmarket.com



Liberty Lake & County park Camping, fishing, boating, hiking, picnic area, playground, and swimming. For more information go to www.spokanecounty.org/parks/content.aspx?c=1868

3 Golf Courses - We have three golf courses to choose from and all prices between $20 - $40 a round. Discount passes are available. Liberty Lake, Meadowwood, and Par 3 at Trailhead.  For more information go to www.spokanecounty.org/parks/content.aspx?c=1852 or http://www.libertylakewa.gov/golf 

Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast Proceeds from the event benefit the Honor Flight program for military veterans. The Liberty Lake Rotary Club will sponsor a Memorial Day pancake breakfast on Memorial Day in May at Pavillion Park from 8 to 10 a.m. Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for kids. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Honor Flight program for military veterans. All local veterans are invited to the breakfast at no cost. For more information stay tuned to the Honors Flights facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Inland-Northwest-Honor-Flight/180066198768456


Liberty Lake Yard sale The 22th annual Liberty Lake Community Yard Sales will be held on a Saturday in June  from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. attracting hundreds of bargain shoppers who will clog the streets with money to spend. Proceeds from the registration fees benefit the Kiwanis, which in turn uses it to present community programs such as the summer concert series in Pavillion Park. For more information go to http://www.libertylakekiwanis.org/Page/13312

Summertime movie night at Pavillion park runs July - August. This is a FREE event to those who live inside and outside Liberty Lake. Last year they featured these movies and events listed below. For more information on how you can join in the fun this summer go to http://www.pavillionpark.org/movies-in-the-park.html



FROZEN SING ALONG - July 3RD, 
Pavillion Park At Dusk

LORAX - July 11th,
Pavillion Park At Dusk

ROMAN HOLIDAY - July 28th, 
Rocky Hill Park At Dusk

THE SPIDERWICH - July 19th, 
Pavillion Park At Dusk

HOW TO TRAIN YOU DRAGON - July 25th, Half Moon Park At Dusk

TURBO - July 26th,
Pavillion Park At Dusk

PRINCESS BRIDE - August 2nd, 
Pavillion Park At Dusk

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS - August 9th, Pavillion Park At Dusk

THE CROODS - August 16th, 
Half Moon Park At Dusk

Brave - August 29th
Pavillion Park At Dusk

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