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The Japanese Peace Garden is a wonderful spot to go for a walk, spend time in thought, and observe nature…and quite honestly, we could all use a little bit more of that. The garden is quiet and peaceful. Water flows over the rocks and koi fish lazily…

There are a variety of things to see and do at the Moses Lake Museum and Art Center. I love how dedicated they are to preserving the Columbia Basin’s history and culture, and making it available to the community. They regularly host local authors who write about the area and our rich Native American history, and other artists who are nationally recognized. You can follow them on Facebook to keep up to date on their events, from classes, to family days, craft making, wine receptions, live music,

Pho Saigon is an excellent place to get authentic, affordable, and fresh Vietnamese food in Moses Lake. I enjoy eating there two or three times a week…and I get a variation of the same dish, Tofu Pho with Vegetables or Chicken. It is a gigantic bowl of deliciousness and I leave no beansprout behind…seriously.I love that we have healthy and vegetarian options in this town, and that they are conveniently located on 3rd Avenue, giving a boost to the Downtown community. They are one of the

There is this super-organic and joy-filled activity happening in our town thanks to Moses Lake local, Fawn Conner. Hiding hand painted rocks in and around our community spaces for anyone to enjoy. There are thousands of rocks in circulation as we speak and surely more to come. Some of the rocks are truly artistic — check out Kayla Boggs rocks! Some hold positive messages that not only tickle kids hearts, but adults too. Stumble upon a rock as you stroll to dinner or grab a coffee at Masons, or

We live in a community that loves their pets! The Moses Lake Dog park was formed by local residents that felt there was a need, so they put their idea to paper and viola! They also have a Facebook page. Bring your pooch for a run with other friendly do…