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Liberty Lake Fourth of July

I'm posting about the Liberty Lake Fourth of July celebration today for two reasons. Some events are happening Saturday and Sunday, plus I won't be here on the Fourth. I plan to be sitting by a barbecue having a burger.

Saturday night at dusk the Friends of the Pavillion Park will host a free showing of the movie “The Lion King” (G) in Pavillion Park. On Sunday night the film “October Sky” (PG) will show at dusk. Concessions will be available during both movies, so just bring a blanket to sit on.

The real fun begins on Monday. The Alpine Shores neighborhood will have their annual parade on Alpine Drive and Shoreline Drive starting at 11 a.m. Free games and other events will follow in Alpine Shores Park on Shoreline Drive. The popular local group Men in the Making will start a concert in Pavillion Park at 7:30 p.m. Monday, followed by fireworks at 10 p.m. Concessions will again be available in the park during the event.

Here's a few notes on driving and parking. Molter Road and Country Vista Drive near the park will be shut down beginning at 6:30 p.m. Your best bet is to park in the Liberty Lake Elementary School parking lot and ride a shuttle to Pavillion Park. It will start running at 5 p.m. Have a safe Fourth! 

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