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Liberty Lake Spring Events Poster
CLICK HERE to view and download your own copy of the 11x17 "Springtime is Blossoming with Community Activities in Liberty Lake" 2023 poster, with dates on local events happening from the first day of spring in March through the last day of spring in June. Poster also includes details about the April 13-June 1 City Academy as well as activities at the Liberty Lake Municipal Library.
2023 & Annual Community Events
• Liberty Lake Kiwanis Club's Father Daughter Dance — Saturday, March 4, 2023. Website
• Easter Egg Hunt — Saturday, April 1, at Orchard Park starting at 11:00 a.m. Presented by Girl Scouts Troop 2360, with $5 admission as fundraiser for Girl Scouts. (Previous annual Easter Egg Hunt at Pavillion Park not being held during 2023.)
• Liberty Lake City Academy — Thursdays, April 13-June 1, starting at 7 p.m. at City Hall (8 total sessions). Details and separate web page will be posted on our website soon.
• City of Liberty Lake Spring Cleanup Day — April 22, 2023
• Farmers Market at Town Square Park — Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during May 20-Oct. 14. Website
• Windemere Marathon — Sunday, May 21
• Memorial Day Weekend's Rotary Luminary Tribute at Pavillion Park — May 26-30.
• Memorial Day Ceremony and Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast at Pavillion Park — Monday, May 29. Breakfast served 8 to 10:30 a.m. Ceremony starts at 9 a.m.
• Winter Glow Spectacular Golf Tournament at Liberty Lake Golf Course — Saturday, June 10
• Friends of the Library Summer Book Sale at Liberty Lake Municipal Library — Friday-Saturday, June 16-17.
• Kiwanis Yard Sale (citywide) — Saturday, June 17
Soapbox Derby — June (TBA): The Greater Spokane Valley Rotary Club hosts its annual Challenge Series Race near Pavillion Park. This race is intended to offer special needs children with a memorable experience in which they are paired with a volunteer driver and a soapbox derby-type race car. There is no charge to participants or for spectators to come watch. Contact the Grater Spokane Valley Rotary Club to learn how to nominate a special needs child to race or how to become a sponor or volunteer as a driver. Further information can be found at the Greater Spokane Valley Rotary Club's Facebook site.
Liberty Lake Centennial Rotary's RIM (Rotary In Motion) Ride — Sept. 10, 2023: For bicycling enthusiasts of all ages and skills, the Rotary In Motion Ride (RIM Ride) is an elevation ride that explores the beautiful areas of Liberty Lake, Post Falls, Hauser Lake, Newman Lake, Green Bluss, and Spokane Valley. Proceeds from this ride suppor the Rotary Club and its community outreach projects. See the event's website for registration and other information. Or get further updates at its Facebook site.