Eat, Drink & Be Merry this holiday season in the Center of the Universe!
Craft beer, craft cocktails, and craft foods pair nicely with craft shopping around Fremont. Nosh & sip your way through December with us in the Center of the Universe! Find Creator Culture
Kick off 2020 right with our first program of the new year!
Join us for breakfast, a community update from Seattle Police Department and the 2020 Fremont Chamber of Commerce Awards!
Keynote Speaker: Captain Eric Sano
North Precinct Commander, Seattle Police Department
Wednesday, January 15th
Registration: 8AM – 8:30AM
Program: 8:30AM – 10AM
Location: Tableau @ 744 N 34th Street
Members: $25 // Guests: $30
Checked your business listing lately?
With your membership in the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, you receive a listing on fremont.com. View your listing to make sure it says what you want and has your most current logo. You can update your listing by logging inhere whenever you like. You’ll need to registerif you haven’t already.
B.F. Day Playground Play Area Renovation Survey
Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the Fremont community to review and provide input on the proposed design for the B. F. Day Playground Play Area Renovation project. Please participate in the online to inform the design for the renovation. The survey will be closing Jan. 1, 2020. For more information about the project, click here.
Rain City Acupuncture is located 425 N 36th St in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood. We specialize in utilizing the ancient principles and treatments of East Asian medicine to help improve quality of life and focus on the health of the whole person. Our focus is on improving the health of the Seattle community and forming a treatment plan that enhances your physical and emotional health.
While our central focus is acupuncture, we incorporate a number of techniques that cater to the needs of the individual. For in-hospital, home visits and corporate packages please call 360.209.2129 for details and available times. Check out their services here!
Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill & Irish Pub has been serving fine food and good times since 1990. Join us for traditional Irish-American fare featuring creative Burgers, crispy wild Cod, tender Corned Beef, savory Shepherd’s Pie and homemade Bread Pudding!
Pub Trivia is every Tuesday! It’s just $2 to play and cash prizes to winners. Enjoy our $5 drink specials and dinner specials before the game starts at 8PM.
The Northwest’s favorite Irish-American restaurant hosts a live Irish music session every Wednesday & Thursday at 7:30PM in Fremont! And remember, it’s only 84 days until Saint Patrick’s Day—Sláinte!
Seattle’s Neighborhood Matching Fund announces funding programs for 2020–Fund supports Seattle groups for community-initiated projects
Seattle Department of Neighborhood’s Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) announces its 2020 funding programs. Its two funds – the Small Sparks Fund and the Community Partnership Fund – support grassroots projects that build stronger neighborhoods and communities. Examples of projects include park improvements, public art, cultural festivals, community organizing, and much more.
The Community Partnership Fund has good news for next year! The Fund’s maximum award will increase to $50,000 so that it can accommodate larger projects, as well as fund a wider array of project types. The 2020 deadlines for the Fund are February 25, May 19 and September 15 by 5:00 p.m.
The Small Sparks Fund provides funding up to $5,000 per project and accepts applications on a rolling basis through October 31. This fund is perfect for small community activities such as Neighbor Day, Night Out, neighborhood clean-ups, and others.
Since the first grant projects began in summer 2018, recipients have:
- Educated and engaged 4,322 people on waste prevention
- Prevented 3,700 plastic bottles from being used
- Repaired or upcycled 641 textiles and other items
- Rescued 7,009 pounds of food
- Donated 4,643 pounds of food to local food banks and meal programs
- Provided 16 people with jobs and job skills training
- Increased equitable access to waste prevention opportunities and benefits for low-income, African American, immigrant, and refugee communities
Applications are available in several languages and may be submitted in print or video format. They may also be submitted in a preferred language and SPU will provide translation.
For more information, go to www.seattle.gov/utilities/wastefreegrants.
Waste-Free Communities Matching Grant Program Manager
City of Seattle, Seattle Public Utilities
O: 206-684-7868| email@example.com
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