Fremont Sunday Market under the Fremont Bridge! TWO COVERED LOCATIONS…
Don’t miss this important community update!
Join us for a delicious breakfast, a community update from the Seattle Police Department and presentation of the Fremont Chamber Awards!
Wednesday, February 19th
Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill & Irish Pub
3601 Fremont Ave North
Registration: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8 – 9:30 a.m.
Members: $25 // Guests: $30
Captain Eric Sano has been with the Seattle Police Department since 1984 and is the North Precinct Commander. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Society and Justice from the University of Washington. He is excited to serve the citizens of the North Precinct and to foster great relations with many of the residents, neighborhood groups and business owners. Read more.
Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill & Irish Pub has been serving fine food and good times since 1990! The Northwest’s favorite Irish-American restaurant hosts a live Irish music session every Wednesday & Thursday at 7:30PM in Fremont. Join us for traditional Irish-American fare and Pub Trivia every Tuesday. Sláinte!
Fremont Dock is a family-owned and operated property management business since 1947. We are lovable landlords trying to leave Fremont a little better than we found it! Learn more.
Register for our February event here!
Saying Goodbye to the Red Door
A message from Pete & Emily
It is with great sadness that we share that we will be closing the Red Door at the end of our current lease, and our last day of business will be Sunday, March 8th.
We take our stewardship of this historic building and business seriously, but we just aren’t able to make it work financially. We notified our team in person today and will be doing anything we can to support them in this transition.
We are grateful for you, and each and every person who has come through our doors – whether customer, supplier or team member – and will miss being a part of our wonderful Fremont community.
Please join us often between now and March 8th to raise a glass and celebrate the 31 years we’ve had together.
Pete and Emily
Come one, come all to our Red Door Reunion!
Sunday, February 16th at 5PM–11 PM
We’re creating this event for former and current employees to gather, reminisce, and raise a pint or two to the Red Door. We will still be open to the public for any regulars that want to join and catch up too.
Feel free to share any favorite photos from your Red Door days on theRed Door Facebook page.
We’ll have some special guest bartenders too!
Join us February 16th, RSVP here!
4Culture Project grants fuel the experiences that shape the cultural life of King County.
From sculpture to skywriting, exhibits to interviews, early research to the final touches, these grants can help put your ideas in motion. We award Project grants in three disciplines: arts, heritage, and preservation. Make sure to read the guidelines carefully, as they each have slightly different requirements. Learn more.
Fremont Arts Council Volunteer Opportunities
The Fremont Arts Council is powered by volunteers. We are always looking for new volunteers to help make community art thrive. If you are interested, please register hereand let us know your interests and skills!
Volunteer for an Event: Help is always needed on the day of the Fremont Solstice Parade, Luminata, Powerhouse art workshops and other FAC events. Organizational Support: Could you help with administrative tasks, with our website (WordPress), I.T., graphic arts, or support the Powerhouse in some way? There are lots of ways to help.
Leadership Teams: Would you like to join our inner circle of friends who are committed to supporting the FAC year-round? This is your chance to meet a parade of new friends and to help make community art happen and thrive. We have opportunities in:
- Program and Events
- Development and Outreach
- Finance, Operations and Governance
Don’t have time to volunteer? Donate to fill the green hat! Your gift helps bring the Fremont Solstice Parade to Life.
Seattle Renters’ Commission urges City of Seattle to enact eviction forgiveness measures
SEATTLE – Members of the Seattle Renters’ Commission have issued a statement urging the City of Seattle to enact eviction forgiveness measures that will prohibit the use of eviction records older than 3 years when determining eligibility for housing and seal all eviction records after 7 years. Read the full statement from the Seattle Renter’s Commission on our website under “Statements from the Commission.”
The Seattle Renters’ Commission (SRC) provides information, advice, and counsel to the Mayor, Seattle City Council, and departments concerning issues and policies affecting renters. Learn more at seattle.gov/neighborhoods/seattle-renters-commission. The SRC is staffed by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.