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Moses Lake Creative District

Moses Lake is conveniently located on Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington, in between Seattle and Spokane. At 25,000 + residents, Moses Lake is the largest city in the surrounding area, making it a hub of arts and culture for Grant County and beyond. Visitors to the area appreciate our dry, sunny climate, abundance of outdoor recreation, and small-town vibe.

The Moses Lake Creative District is in the heart of Moses Lake, encompassing our historic downtown area and extending to public parks and the lakefront. Moses Lake is home to a large community of artists, creators, and makers. A stroll around the creative district will take you to some of the best food, art, and activities in Moses Lake.

Features include:

  • Historic Downtown Third Avenue
  • Moses Lake Museum & Art Center
  • Moses Lake Public Library
  • McCosh Park including the Centennial Amphitheater
  • Japanese Peace Garden (open seasonally)
  • Neppel Landing, a waterfront trail
  • Sinkiuse Square
  • Public Art including metal sculptures and murals
  • Skate park

Annual events and activities include:

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration
  • Saturday Farmers Market (May-October)
  • Moses Lake Spring Festival
  • Summer Concert Series
  • Downtown Moses Lake Association’s:
  • Brews and Tunes
  • Sip and Stroll
  • Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony
  • Agricultural Appreciation Parade
  • Juneteenth Freedom celebration
  • Independence Day celebration
  • Umani Festival, a celebration of Hispanic cultures and people

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