Fremont Fair Postponed Until 2021

Fremont Fair Postponed Until 2021

We are saddened to share that the 2020 Fremont Fair, scheduled for this June, has been canceled.
For nearly 50 years, the Fremont Fair has served as Seattle’s celebration to welcome summer, delighting with free-spirit, creativity and whimsy. We will celebrate in the light together again in the Center of the Universe.
While we remain hopeful that the current stay at home and social distancing order continues to slow the spread of COVID-19, we have a responsibility to our Fremont neighbors, the 80,000+ guests who attend, and the hundreds of crafters, artists, chefs and musicians who participate each year. Now more than ever, we must do our part to remain vigilant in protecting our local and global community.
The Fremont Arts Council, organizers of the Fremont Solstice Parade held annually during the Fremont Fair, have also announced this year’s parade has been canceled.
As you can imagine 80,000+ Fremont Fair guests have an irreplaceable and enormous economic impact on the everyday businesses in Fremont. Now more than ever our local neighborhood businesses need your help to stay open. We encourage you to support these small, local businesses as much as you can through online shopping, takeout or food delivery options. Find who is open for business now at fremont.com.
In the meantime, we will be planning one heck of a summer party for June 2021!
helps thousands of folks to discover and visit our beloved #CenterOfTheUniverse.

Fremont Art Council’s 2020 Fremont Solstice Parade Postponed

Dear Fremont Arts Council Family and Friends,
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the postponement of the Fremont Solstice Parade and Celebration at Gas Works until June 2021.
After assessing the current and projected data related to COVID-19 and hearing from King County Public Health and the Seattle Office of Special Events, the Board of Directors felt the wisest and safest choice for the FAC and the community would be postponement to next year.
Looking ahead, the Fremont Arts Council will need your support throughout this year, more than it ever has before. Click here to learn how you can help.

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Stock up early to celebrate 420 at home with Hashtag! Starting April 13, all online orders of our full-price products get 30% off at checkout. Plus, we have five (5!) new flower strains from Emerald Jane’s, Sweetwater Farms, and Lazy Bee Gardens, all exclusive to Hashtag in Fremont, and for sale soon in Redmond.
On the 4/20 to end all 4/20s, THIS MONDAY at 4PM PT, the one-and-only DJ SassyBlack will be taking over Heylo Cannabis’ Instagram Live for a one-hour live DJ set and variety show experience. Stay high at home this 420 with SassyBlack, Heylo, Pax and Hashtag!
Visit: 3540 Stone Way North
OZ. (“ounce”) is Fremont’s oldest licensed cannabis shop, located on Stone Way North between 38th & 39th streets. We are a family run business and are grateful to be able to continue to serve our customers during this uncertain time.
We are like no other recreational shop in Seattle. Our color-coded clipboard menu lines the walls, describing the effects and flavor for each product. Organized by price and type, it’s easy to find quality options for any budget. Our customers can take the time to make an informed decision, and for those who have questions or are new to it all, our knowledgeable staff is happy to help. We look forward to seeing you!
Visit: 3831 Stone Way North

Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day

with Puget Soundkeeper Alliance

Puget Soundkeeper Alliance is going LIVE on Instagram Wednesday April 22nd at 10am to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! The volunteer team will be cleaning up their neighborhoods while educating listeners on marine debris and other ways to get involved this Earth Day.

On your next walk bring a garbage bag and some gloves to pick up trash on the way. Then upload your photos and tag Puget Soundkeeper on social media with the hashtag #PSKvirtualcleanup so we can share your photo! Of course, please wash your hands and keep a respectful distance from others.

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If your business is based in Fremont and you need help completing the forms needed to get grants or loans or funds, we have a Coach for you! Fremont local Leo Griffin has volunteered to serve as a coach to help you fill out those forms! Leo is recently retired, has lived in Fremont for thirty years and is a Fremont Neighborhood Council member. He has experience with FEMA disaster grants and the like, and worked for King County for many years, so is familiar with the way government works.
NOTE: Leo is not a lawyer, banker or CPA. He is offering support based on his prior experience only. There is no fee for his services.
Fremont businesses may contact Leo Griffin at 206-295-1599 (cell) or 206-632-0581 (home).

Who needs a drink? How about a bottle? Introducing The Bottle Shop!

Everything is marked at 50% off menu price and hundreds of selections are available from Purple Bellevue, Seattle, Woodinville, and Claret Wine Bar on Stone Way.
Guests can order and pay online OR text/email/call our sommelier team for a more curated experience. Pickup is available at the 4 locations listed above on various days and times. Delivery is available for a flat $15 fee.
Gift cards are also now available:
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  • Receive a bonus $20 card when you spend $100.
To help support our 500+ employees during this uncertain time we’ve created a GoFundMe fundraiser.All of the money will be evenly distributed among our team. Thank you for you support!

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