Event Cancellations. Baby Gorilla. And More!

Event Cancellations. Baby Gorilla. And More!

MARCH IN-PERSON MEETING CANCELED:

Building a Destination Business and World Class Product: Fremont Women in Spirits
Dear Friends of Fremont:
Due to the recommendations on public gatherings during the Coronavirus outbreak, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce Board has opted to cancel our in-person March membership meeting. For those who have already purchased tickets, we will refund your fee. The Board is discussing an alternate plan to have the March meeting speakers participate in a free video presentation. We will email and post to social media any updates as soon as we have further details. Finally, the Fremont Chamber Board is working on initiatives to help our businesses during this trying and extraordinary time. Feel free to share ideas with Whitney Moore, Fremont Chamber at programs@fremont.com.
Stay healthy!
Brandi Gaines,
Fremont Chamber President

CANCELED: Free Willy Wonka Tour of Theo Chocolate

Due to the recommendations on public gatherings during the Coronavirus outbreak, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce Board has opted to postpone our tour of Theo Chocolate on April 1st.

The Uncommon Cottage has Moved!

The Uncommon Cottage has moved to 465 N 36th St. Suite A and opened in their new space on March 6th! Join the Fremont Chamber of Commerce for a ceremonial ribbon cutting to welcome them to their new space on Friday the 13th!
Friday the 13th @ 11 a.m.
About: The Uncommon Cottage is a gift shop and alternative accessories shop. Weird and Whimsy enchants every aspect of this independently owned clothing store & gift boutique.

St. Patrick’s Day in Fremont

It’s almost March 17th! If you’re looking to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, grab a beverage at Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill & Irish Pub or at one of the other many fine establishments in Fremont!

Agrodolce
Aslan Brewing Seattle
Ballroom
Brouwer’s Cafe
Claret Wine Bar
El Camino
Eve Fremont
Fiasco
Fremont Brewing Company
Fremont Mischief Distillery
Hale’s Ale Brewery
High Dive
Nectar Lounge
Norm’s Eatery and Alehouse
Outlander Brewery & Pub
Pablo y Pablo
Pomerol
Red Star Taco Bar
RockCreek Seafood and Spirits
Roxy’s Diner
Schilling Cider House
The Back Door
The Masonry Fremont
Triangle Spirits
Tutta Bella Neopolitan Pizza

2020 Fremont Troll Stroll

You’re invited to the 19th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Fremont Troll Stroll on Saturday, April 25th starting at 12:00 PM! Your VIP ticket will include a wristband, official Troll Stroll T-Shirt, and promotional item. Your GA ticket will include a wristband that will allow for specials between 12pm-5pm at participating locations:
  • The Dock Sports Bar & Grill
  • Shawn O’Donnell’s
  • Triangle Spirits
  • Red Star Taco Bar
  • Norms Eatery & Alehouse
  • Ballroom
  • LTD Sports Bar & Grill
  • Woodsky’s
  • George & Dragon Pub
Stay tuned and follow our Facebook Event Page for details on the specials. For more information, please contact: David Leon, dleon@cff.org, 206.282.4770

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Zoo Shares First Photos of Baby Gorilla

SEATTLE—Uzumma (uh-zum-ma), a western lowland gorilla gave birth to a healthy boy on March 4 at Woodland Park Zoo.

The zoo is pleased to share the first photos and video of the first-time mom and her newborn: https://blog.zoo.org/2020/03/uzumma-and-baby-thriving-and-bonding.html
The baby, who is not yet named, is the first offspring between 12-year-old Uzumma and 20-year-old Kwame (KWA-may). The new mom and baby remain off view in the sleeping dens where they can bond in a hushed, comfortable environment and staff can closely monitor them. Stay tuned to updates by following the zoo’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. #GrowingUpGorilla.

The current Fremont Branch was renovated and reopened April 16, 2005. The Library features a wheelchair ramp to the lower-level meeting room. The historic branch has since been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and named a landmark building by Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board.
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Your Voice, Your Choice 2020: Share your ideas for park and street improvements

SEATTLE – Now’s your chance to share ideas for small-scale park and street improvements in your neighborhood during Your Voice, Your Choice 2020. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is asking community members to democratically decide how to spend $2 million of the City’s budget on these improvements.
Until March 18, community members age 11 and up (13 and up to participate online) who live, work, go to school, receive services, or participate in activities in Seattle can submit their idea online or in-person at any Seattle Public Library branch. Projects could include park benches, trail improvements, marked crosswalks, and sidewalk repair, to name a few. The only criteria are the project ideas focus on physical improvements to Seattle’s parks or streets, benefit the public, and cost $150,000 or less.
Once ideas are submitted, volunteers are recruited to turn the ideas into 8 – 10 proposals per council district. Then this summer, everyone will have the opportunity to vote for the top projects within their district. Of the $2 million budget, approximately $185,000 is allocated to each council district. The remaining funds are allocated to projects in underrepresented communities or Equity and Environment Initiative (EEI) Focus Areas.
Share your ideas today! You can learn more about the YVYC process and how to get involved on our webpage. For questions, email shaquan.smith@seattle.gov or call 206-256-5944.

Spotlight on a Milky Way Member: Thank you, Roxy’s Diner!