Posts tagged: Liberty Lake Days
Samuel Randall, 6, watches after he throws a plastic bowling ball at oversize pins at a game booth at Liberty Lake Days on Saturday at Pavillion Park. SR photo/Jesse Tinsley
It looks like reporter Chelsea Bannach visited the Liberty Lake Days celebration yesterday in Liberty Lake. The people photographed by Jesse Tinsley looked like they were having a good time checking out the car show, playing games and listening to music. Though I don't recall seeing this on the flyer, apparently there was also a talking robot that “roamed the park playfully heckling people.” You can check out her story from today's paper here.
Oh, and for those of you wondering why I'm posting on a Sunday - I work a Sunday shift in our downtown office occasionally. I took Friday off instead, and in the process missed what must have been a really active day on the scanner.
If you are in the mood for a party with a side of classic cars, make plans to check out Liberty Lake Days. The event starts tonight at 7 p.m. with a car cruise through Liberty Lake. The cars will start in the Albertson's parking lot and follow a loop on Liberty Lake Road to Appleway, Madison, Mission and Country Vista Road. Later in the evening the section of Liberty Lake Road between Country Vista and Appleway will be shut down for a street dance.
The event continues in Pavillion Park at Country Vista Drive and Molter Road on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be parking available at Liberty Lake Elementary and a shuttle will run back and forth to the park. The day includes a car show, carnival games, music, vendors, contests and more. There will be valve cover races at noon and car show awards will be given out at 4 p.m.
It sounds like there will be a little something for everyone, so head out there to check things out.
We'll have a bunch of interesting things coming your way in the Thursday Valley Voice. Perhaps the biggest news of the week is that last night the Spokane Valley City Council killed a zone change request that was filed by St. John Vianney Church to allow them to build low income senior housing. I'll have the details on that discussion.
Last week the city had a small celebration to celebrate a new state law that requires cattle trucks weighing more than 40,000 to go through the Port of Entry instead of through residential neighborhoods. Reporter Lisa Leinberger has information on the Liberty Lake Days event coming up this weekend in Liberty Lake.