The West Liberty Downtown Farmers Market will kick off on Wednesday, May 3 and fresh produce will be sold every Wednesday through October from 4 pm to 7 pm. It will be located by Jan’s Flower Yard and the old fire department building. For more information or to sign-up as a vendor contact Manager Jennifer DeFosse at 563-571-4092[...]
On October 27 from 6-9 pm the West Liberty Public Library invites 4 th -8 th graders to play a series of games in the dark and then settle in with a snack and some ghost stories by the glow of your flashlights. Bring a cozy blanket, wear your pj’s, and don’t forget your flashlight.
Tour some of the historically haunted sites of downtown West Liberty October 28 at 6:30 pm. As the sun sets on our haunted sites participants will be privy to ghost stories and a reading from a psychic medium in one of the oldest buildings in town. Tickets are $20 per person and will sell out fast, so don’t[...]
The West Liberty Trick or Treat Trail returns October 31 from 5-6 pm. Starting on the south side of the high school parking lot, the trail follows the walking trail and ends with free pizza in Railroad Park. Local businesses will be handing out candy all along the trail. If your children (or you) want more treats, the[...]
The West Liberty Chamber of Commerce is an action oriented association of businesses and individuals working together to meet the needs of its membership, the community of West Liberty and surrounding area. The Chamber works exclusively to improve the business climate and the quality of life in the community by taking a leadership role in the areas of commercial growth and development, community marketing and improvement, and governmental affairs.
The West Liberty Chamber of Commerce welcomes you and your business
and looks forward to working with you in meeting your business needs. The Board of Directors, Chamber members and staff wish you and your business the very best and will do everything possible to partner with you in that effort.
The West Liberty Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors holds its monthly meeting the first Wednesday of each month at the Regional Learning and Cultural Center. Chamber Members are invited to attend and participate during the Open Comment session.
The Chamber Board of Directors will have their next monthly board meeting Wednesday, October 4, 12 pm at Mangolandia.
Chamber Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10 am to 4 pm.
Chamber Director Hired The West Liberty Chamber Board is pleased to announce Stephanie Martin as the new Chamber Director. Stephanie has been an active supportive member of our community for years and is looking forward to her new role as Chamber Director.
It is time for the annual WLHS Fine Arts Boosters Evergreen Sale. If you would like to purchase evergreen items, contact Nathan Shivers (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ashley Smith (email@example.com), and we will make sure that a student contacts you to take your order. A sale brochure can be found online at WLHSCometBand.com Orders must be turned in before October 26, and wreath delivery will begin November 14.
Profits raised from this sale provide students with a performing arts education at little to no cost to their families. This sale helps us fund marching band uniforms, concert tuxes and dresses, show choir music and choreography, marching band and color guard choreography, theatre equipment, visiting clinicians and educators from area universities and much more.
There are many Chamber bucks that were given by individuals and groups for special occasions that have not been cashed. They are not doing any good sitting in a drawer. Contrary to what it says on some of them, there is NO EXPIRATION DATE. Therefore, even if you have had it more than a year, you can still spend it at our local Chamber businesses. If you don’t want to use it, give it to a friend or someone who needs money for basic needs that are available in West Liberty. You use them like a regular check. Let’s show support for our local businesses by spending those dollars.