Season Ends October 9
1421 N Meadowwood Ln
Liberty Lake WA 99019
The Liberty Lake Farmers’ Market was formed in 2002 with a simple tagline: Shop. Eat. Connect. That is exactly what’s happened in the Town Square ever since. LLFM has seen the young children who years ago ran around the market while their parents shopped grow into young adults now meet at the lively Saturday morning market for warm food, hot coffee, and good conversation. With the “stay awhile” atmosphere, it’s not uncommon for vendors to say hello to a customer at nine, only to find themselves chatting with them again at noon.
With 71 vendors for the 2021 season, Liberty Lake takes the cake for most vendors in a Spokane County Farmers’ Market. Farm forward, focused on an abundance of produce and flowers, this market is true to its name. Their season opener left vendors’ baskets and bushels bare, selling out of everything from tomato plants to pizza after a rush of almost 3000 shoppers. But don’t let that deter you from visiting this large, open market. The LLFM has the privilege of plenty of parking, including a huge dirt lot and the STA park & ride lot.
In the past the market has held pie festivals, art festivals, and an Italian Festival, complete with a Leaning Tower of Pisa! As they wait on the pandemic guidelines to relax, they are hopeful to start the festivities back up again.
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