First Friday. Chocolate Factory. Nominations.

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
Keynote Speaker
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.
Delicious Breakfast
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!
Generous Sponsor
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.

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Fremont First Friday Art Walk is THIS Friday 🚀

Fremont First Friday Art Walk brings together a number of our neighborhood’s
arts-supporting shops, galleries, and restaurants each month for 3 hours of celebrating creativity in its many forms.
Expect to see everything from oil paintings to encaustics, photography to illustration, sculpture to mixed media, and more. Along the way you can stroll by Fremont’s many outdoor art installations (most notably the Lenin statue, the Troll under the Aurora bridge, and the Rocket) and try locally made wine, beer, coffee, chocolate, and other delectable fare from local establishments.
The FIRST FRIDAY of every month is a great opportunity to get a taste for the creative culture that Fremont is known for. We’ve got your fives senses covered here at the Center of the Universe!

View the map here!

Theo Factory Experience | Running Daily

Taste your way through the incredible cocoa farm to chocolate bar journey on our version of a factory tour. During this hour-long interactive experience, you’ll discover the origins of cacao, see how we craft our chocolate from scratch in Seattle, and learn about the close partnerships we’ve cultivated with the farmers we source from. Plus, you’ll get an inside view of our factory to see where the magic happens. And what chocolate experience would be complete without tasting? During your visit you’ll indulge in a wide range of treats, from our nationwide best sellers to hand-crafted confections.

Book your experience here!

Office of Economic Development | Legacy Business Program

The City of Seattle is committed to supporting a strong and resilient economy that generates economic opportunity and prosperity for all of Seattle’s diverse communities. Small, long-tenured businesses also known as legacy businesses are an important part of this vision.
To address commercial displacement and preserve the neighborhoods that Seattle residents cherish, the City’s Office of Economic Development (OED) has developed the Legacy Business pilot program that provides specialized support for long-standing, culturally relevant Seattle small businesses. In order to be considered for the Legacy Business Program, a business must meet the following criteria:
  • Independently owned, for-profit business,
  • Minimum of ten years of continuous operation in Seattle,
  • Fewer than 50 employees, including the owner(s)
Do you know of a business that meets the criteria? Nominate them as a Legacy Business!

Nominate a business here!

We’ve got some ideas about North Link Connections,

Tell us what you think!

Thank you to the many people who shared their thoughts with us during the first phase of our engagement. Your feedback helped us better understand the mobility needs and priorities in north King County. Metro and Sound Transit are working to finalize an integrated, customer-centered transit network, and we want to keep hearing from you.

Check out the proposed concept and ideas for change on the North Link Connections project webpage and then let us know what you think by taking the online survey, open now through April 7, 2020.

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! Register here to get started and questions can be directed to [email protected]
Don’t have time to volunteer? Donate to fill the green hat! Your gift helps bring the Fremont Solstice Parade to Life.

Part-Time Opening at B. F. Day Elementary School

Part-time opening in preschool classroom at B. F. Day Elementary School in beautiful downtown Fremont. We are seeking a part-time assistant in our inclusion preschool room at B. F. Day Elementary. This is a 17 hour a week position that pays $16 an hour. We are looking for someone with an abundance of patience, kindness, and loads of calm.
The hours are 9: 30 a.m. to 1 every day but Wednesday. On Wednesday the position is 9:30 a.m. to 12:30.
The students in this room are amazing! We have a mix of 4 and 5 year old students with and without special needs. The assistant will do a combination of working with students/helping prepare the room and materials. This could be an ideal position for a stay at home parent or a student with a break in their day. Candidate must be 18 years or older. Please contact Carrie Bauer, 206-252-6010 or [email protected], if you have any questions.

Stoneway Hardware was founded in 1986 by five friends in the hardware industry who saw the need for a locally-owned neighborhood hardware store. What started out as a 3000-square-foot hardware “mini-mart” has grown into a 12,000-square-foot specialty hardware powerhouse. We are fortunate to have extremely supportive neighbors who have watched us grow over the years, and that support is appreciated.
Get the right tools and supplies for your next project. Whether you’re building a gazebo for the backyard, or an addition to your home or business, we have what you need to get the job done.
Visit: 4318 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA 98103
Contact: 206.545.6910

Scott’s Trophy was established in 1954. We continue serving our clients with quality workmanship, reasonable prices and fast turnaround time. Choose from our large selection of stock items or design your own. Our friendly staff would be glad to put our decades of experience to work for you.

Scott’s Trophy uses the latest technology in processing your order. Available: Laser Engraving, Sublimation, Silk Screening, Metal Photo as well as Computer, Electronic and Pantograph Engraving.

Each order is customized to your needs. Please contact us today for a quote or request a catalog online.

Visit: 1115 NW 46th St.

Seattle, WA 98107

Contact: 206.706.1711

For community events, visit the Fremont Chambercalendar or The Fremocentrist calendar.
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