Liberty Lake Farmers Market

Located in the Liberty Square Parking Lot in Liberty Lake. 20 minutes from downtown Spokane, 15 minutes or less from Spokane Valley, 20 minutes from downtown Coeur D'Alene, and 10 minutes from Post Falls. Opens the Saturday following Mother's Day, and is open from 9:00am to 1:00pm every Saturday through the middle of October.

Meet the people who grow your food, ask them questions about the varieties offered, and get tips on how to best prepare local produce. At the Market you will find locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables in season, fresh flowers, plants, artisan breads, fresh made breakfast and lunch, and a variety of crafts. Local musicians perform at the market, and tables and chairs are provided for breakfast and lunch time shopping and dining.

The Liberty Lake Farmers Market is a member of the Washington State Farmers Market Association. Farmer vendors at the Market accept WIC/Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers, and are involved in supplying produce for Spokane Valley Meals on Wheels clients during the growing season.

Our thanks to: Farmers Market vendors, customers who support Market producers, and our community. Without you, none of this would be possible.

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Listing last updated on May 27, 2011

The Liberty Lake Farmers Market is committed to add value to the Liberty Lake and surrounding communities through local foods, social interaction, and economic development.



Schedule and Location:

Liberty Square Parking Lot
1421 N. Meadowwood Lane
Saturdays 9:00am to 1:00pm



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We live in Rathdrum Idaho and drive to the Liberty Lake farmers market every Saturday it is open or we are in town, we love it! The vendors are GREAT! I get all my herb, veggie and fruit plants for my garden at this market and the bakery is the best! You have to check it out!


All around wonderful market with great variety of vendors, good food, friendly people, and caring community. We look forward to attending this market every week!


I love the Liberty Lake Farmers' Market because of the variety of vendors, the atmosphere, and of course- the fabulous produce harvested by our local farmers.... [more]

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Support a local CSA- Eat out on Tuesday March 2nd

2010-02-26

When you eat out on Tuesday, March 2nd, you'll be helping to feed others in our community. A portion of the day's sales from the following restaurants will be used to help fund scholarships to offer low-income families a season's worth of fresh fruits and vegetables.... [more]


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