What's to do in a town of 1000 people such as the town I call home in Waterville, Washington? Recently I was showing a home to a young mother of 4 who wanted the small-town atmosphere such as Waterville offers, but she worried she wouldn't be able to
find anything to do and would have to travel back to Wenatchee for entertainment. For being less than 45 minutes from Wenatchee, Waterville actually has a lot more going on than you would think.
I have gathered a few for your information.
you're thinking of moving to Waterville but don’t know what there is to do, here are a few highlights.
For the little ones, there are two parks, one right in the center of town close to the main street and the other one is at the pool. Both have lots of grass and shade, tables, and lots and lots of butterflies and birds to look at.
At the library, there are activities for all ages. Right now the summer read is going on and will continue until August 31st. Zoom storytime is happening now. Puppet shows and the bug man should be scheduled in the future and the master gardener comes
up a few times a year. Friends of the library book sale and a quiet reading room are some more the library has to offer.
Check out all the activities at https://lnkd.in/gpAbe56
Waterville is hosting their first-ever Farmers Market this summer, the first one was this week July 10th. There was a great turnout with booths for woodworking, knitting, embroidery, meat producer, along with the booths that had produce and food for
sale. Everyone I talked to(and there was a lot) seemed to be in a great mood. The weather was balmy with a gentle wind and was not too hot. And a major surprise was a car show.
All in all, Waterville has a lot to offer including our own grocery store, a variety of food establishments, a thrift store, a museum, and much more. You should come and check it out. #realestate #realtor #agent509 #KWNCW
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