Fall is in the air and the trees are beginning to show off their brightest colors up and down Kansas and Franklin streets, the two major streets leading to and from downtown Liberty. It’s worth a trip just to see the trees. While you are here, we have 26 shops and 12 eateries that will fill your day – no matter what month you come. All the shops are locally owned and we think you’ll be surprised at all you’ll find.
Just in case you are here in October, here’s what you’ll find:
Historic Downtown Liberty Farmers’ Market
Open on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. If you are traveling to Liberty by vehicle, this is your stop to get your mums, pumpkins and squash. Everything is grown with 110 miles of downtown Liberty, so you would be supporting local farmers. The market is located on the streets surrounding 1 Courthouse Square.
4th Friday – October 27
On 4th Fridays, the shops downtown stay open until 9 p.m. – giving you the opportunity to come downtown, eat at one of our fine restaurants and then shop the stores. We bet you’ll find something unique you can’t live without . . . and we love that you are supporting the local economy!
Want to experience some local theatre while you are in town? Head to the Corbin Theatre
for top notch plays for just $12 for adults. On Oct. 27 and 28, the Corbin Theatre presents “Mornings at Seven” at 7:30 p.m. at Corbin Theatre. Learn more and order tickets online
Family Fun on Halloween
Going to be in the area on October 31? “Trick or Treat Downtown” is a night of costumes, candy and fun for the whole family. Business owners stand outside their storefronts from 5 - 7 p.m. as families pass by and add treats to their bags. What a safe way to have a fun time.
Come see us in October. We’re waiting for you . . .