Memorial Day Ceremony


Memorial Day Ceremony

May 30th

9:00am: March From North Liberty Grade School to Eastlawn Cemetery

9:15am: Recognition to those on program by Rich Warner

NL Police, NL & Liberty Township Fire

Boy Scout & Cub Scout Groups

Dick Scott Commander VFW Post #1954

Pete Tomson Commander American Legion Post #365

Falcon Pride Marching Band

9:20am Prayer by Rich Warner, Chaplin American Legion Post #365

9:25am Nation Anthem and Flag Raising

John Glenn Band, under the Direction of Mr. Dan Fortlander: Director of Bands

9:35am Address by Rich Warner

9:45am John Glenn Band Playing “God Bless America”

9:50am Placing of the wreath by:

Rhonda Cole ladies Auxiliary American Legion Post #365

Jill Varga Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post #1954

10:00am Firing Squad followed by Taps

End of Program






4th of July Celebration

July 4th

Join in the fun and celebration on Saturday, July 4, 2015!!

The parade will begin at 2 pm with the theme: “Indiana Bicentennial 1816-2016″.

Our parade Marshall this year is Senator Jim Arnold.

Activities, entertainment, and food booths will be available immediately after the parade at North Liberty Elementary School Park.

Fireworks will begin at dusk.


Potato Creek and Lions Strawberry Festival




Join us in downtown North Liberty, Indiana on June 10 and 11, 2016.  There is food, fun, entertainment, and vendors. Admission to this event is free. Traditional festival favorites include: potato soup and potato donuts by the Masons and the Eastern Star, and strawberry shortcake by the Greene Township Lions.

Bring the whole family!!  Children can have their face painted, play games, jump in bouncy houses, get a balloon animal from Sparky the Clown, play in a round of the “Hot Potato Game”, enter the Talent Show, pet a Police K9, and/or take part in a Pedal Tractor Pull.  On Saturday, the 5K MDA Spud Run and Fun Walk will take place.  Proceeds of the Spud Run go to the MDA.  Raffle tickets will be available to help fund the festival.  Bring your lawn chairs to watch the entertainment (including the John Glenn High School marching band The Falcon Pride) and enjoy all that our home town community has to offer!


Check out the Event Schedule: Potato Creek and Lions Strawberry Fest Event Schedule.


The Circus is coming to town!


The Culpepper & Merriweather Circus is coming to North Liberty on June 8th! Two shows will be performed under the big top RAIN or SHINE!

Location: North Liberty Elementary School Grounds
Show Times: 5:00 & 7:30
Tickets go on sale: May 13th
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased at a discounted price ($10 for adults and $7 for children and seniors) from the following locations:

– North Liberty Chamber of Commerce
– 1st Source Bank
– Dogwood Designs
– North Liberty Branch Library
– Bob’s Country Store
– North Liberty Clerks office

On circus day, tickets can be purchased at the box office and will be $13 for adults and $8 for children and seniors. The ages for a child’s ticket are 2-12 and seniors are 65 & over. Buy your tickets early and save!

Circus press letter



Town-Wide Garage Sales


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                      Starting at 8:00 am. Rain or Shine

See the North Liberty Chamber Facebook page to see Garage Sale Locations


1st Annual Fish Fry!

thESZQX8RTNorth Liberty’s 1st Annual Fish Fry will be held Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 4:00 – 7:00pm at the North Liberty Community Building, 300 S Main St, North Liberty. Tyner Oddfellows will be frying the fish. Dinner will be available for Dine-in or Carry-Out, Dessert is included. Tickets are $9.00 for adults, and $4.50 for children(6-10), (under 6 free).  Proceeds to benefit community projects of the Cub Bare Scholarship, 4th of July Celebration, Potato Creek Festival & Spud Run, Holiday Walk, and Town Wide Garage Sales.


FUN was had by ALL!!

The Annual Meeting and Dinner held on January 8 was a fantastic evening! The Chamber highlighted their 2015 successes, the Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann spoke regarding North Liberty growth (past and future) and fun was had by all!! A BIG thank you to those who attended the event! Thank you Doug Annis for these photos! 2015 Chamber Dinner 045 2015 Chamber Dinner 052 2015 Chamber Dinner 055 2015 Chamber Dinner 057 2015 Chamber Dinner 066 2015 Chamber Dinner 069 2015 Chamber Dinner 073 2015 Chamber Dinner 089 2015 Chamber Dinner 094


Annual Meeting & Dinner

“Celebrate the Future” of our community at the 2015 North Liberty Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Dinner! Join us for our business meeting and some fun!! See poster for details.IMG_1359


6th Annual Holiday Walk

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This event that takes place on Saturday, December 5, 2015!

The day kicks off mid afternoon.  Tour beautifully decorated houses from 3 to 7 pm.  Stay in town to take in the holiday atmosphere as luminaries light up Main Street and hay wagon rides skirt through town.  Visit our retailers in town!!  If you get cold during the tour stop by North Liberty United Methodist Church for a warm bowl of chili served by the Boy Scouts.  There will also be a couple of cute elves there to get your picture with.  Don’t forget to stop by the North Liberty Branch Library with the kids for some holiday crafts and free pictures with Santa.  Participate in the walk with Santa to the tree lighting ceremony at 7:15 pm.  There will be a police escort as we walk and sing carols to the town flag poles.  (Bring your own candlelight – cell phone, flashlights, glow sticks).  Great day for all!!


Visit Matthys Farm Market today!!

Matthys Farm Market, located on the west side of South Bend, Indiana, continues to be a family-owned and operated business since the early 1900s.

Arriving from Belgium, Henry Matthys founded the Matthys Family Farm shortly after the turn of the century.  With his wife, Marie, and their nine children, Henry established a reputation for an industrious work ethic and generous spirit while attending to the farm.  Building upon his father’s foundation, Raymond Matthys and his wife Florence continued to raise corn and soybeans on the land and established a successful feed and milling service during the 1940s.  The local community responded to the enterprise with zeal and soon customers were relying on the Matthys family for animal feed, homegrown produce, and good conversation.

Today, owners John and Teresa Matthys continue to meet the needs of their customers with the same knowledgeable service and compassionate heart established over 50 years ago.  As a third generation farmer, John preserves the family’s dedication to quality by harvesting most crops by hand, a tradition appreciated by both retail and wholesale consumers alike.  John and Teresa have also responded to the needs of the local community by expanding the business to include lawn care, garden supplies, and a seasonal petting zoo.  With so much to offer, Matthys Farm Market has become a local favorite.  Visit them at the farm located at 57754 Crumstown Highway, South Bend.


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