About 15 years ago, it was only a dream… make Theo Chocolate the best in the world. But it goes beyond making incredible chocolate. Theo’s mission is to help create a beautiful, compassionate and enduring world by responsibly making delicious and inspiring products for everyone. All from the Center of the Universe!
And managing that brand today is CEO Etienne Patout, our program speaker.
Today, more and more customers expect brands and a business to have not just functional benefits but a social purpose. How do you create a world-class brand? Build customer loyalty? Instill company values into employees? Build a global supplier partners network who share your values? Make your passion profitable? Make your business marketing more than just an advertisement? Those questions and more will be addressed at our September membership meeting.
Brouwer’s Cafe @ 400 N 35th Street
Members: $25 / Non-Members: $30
Theo Chocolate is offering a free small group, 30-minute tour of the factory following our meeting.
There is limited space, so please RSVP when you register.
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Thank you to our sponsor:
Thank you to our venue!
Now accepting listings for 2020!
The Walking Guide is a reference map geared towards Fremont visitors. The 50,000 printed maps are distributed via the Hysterical Markers throughout Fremont, in area businesses, as mailers to visitors who contact the Chamber, through the Seattle Visitor Bureau and in downtown hotels. All Listings include your business name, address, phone and a 35-word description of your business. There is limited space in the WG – inclusion is on a first come, first serve basis.
Get your awesome business listing right here!
With 100 beers and 50 breweries, Fremont is hailed as one of the Top 10 places in the world to celebrate Oktoberfest! #FOKT
Fremont Oktoberfest, a benefit for the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, returns September 20-22, 2019 with 100+ Beers & Ciders in tow. Let’s party in the street! Prost! Get your tickets here!
It takes 700+ volunteers to make Oktoberfest happen, come be part of the experience. Check out all of the awesome volunteer benefits including FREE admission and beer!
Volunteers needed for Puget Soundkeeper’s
Final Seattle Summer Cleanup
Join us for the final cleanup of our Seattle Summer Cleanup Series! On August 31st from 10AM-12PM we’ll be at Seahurst Park in Burien and we’d love for you to join us!
So far this summer, we’ve had more than 700 volunteers help us pick up 2,300lbs of trash from our region’s waterways. It’s our goal to get to 3,000lbs before the summer’s end, will you help us? Collecting marine debris is an important step in protecting our orca and ocean life, hope you can join us!
Register to volunteer here!
Volunteers needed to help develop the
Master Plan for Seattle Pacific University
SEATTLE (August 15, 2019) – The City of Seattle is seeking community members to help develop the new Master Plan for Seattle Pacific University (SPU) to guide the school’s future development. Volunteers would serve on a Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) which is made up of neighborhood residents with experience in neighborhood organizations and issues, land use and zoning, architecture, landscaping, economic development, building development or educational services who will work with the City and SPU.
The Master Plan includes the types and locations of new physical development on campus and establishes guidelines for the design of future development. It also includes a Transportation Management Plan, along with other actions to reduce negative impacts of proposed development on the neighborhood.
The Advisory Committee will meet monthly in the evening for approximately two years or until the Master Plan is completed. More frequent meetings may be necessary at times.
If you are interested, please send a resume and letter describing your interest in being on this Committee by September 30 to:
Mailing Address: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
P.O. Box 94649
Seattle, WA 98124-4649
Please make sure to include your address. For additional information, contact Nelson Pesigan, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, at 206-684-0209.
The City of Seattle is committed to promoting diversity in its boards and committees; women, young adults, senior citizens, persons with disabilities, sexual and gender minorities, persons of color, and immigrants are highly encouraged to apply.
The Major Institutions and Schools Program provides a way for neighbors of Seattle’s hospitals, universities, and colleges to be directly involved in the development plans for those institutions to ensure neighborhood concerns are considered when those plans are made. It is a program of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods.
August 30th-September 1st
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August 31st @ 10AM-12PM
Flow Fitness Fremont
Celebrating 27 Years Supporting Our Community
September 1st @ 10AM-4PM, rain or shine
3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
September 10th @ 5PM-7:30PM
Broadway Performance Hall
Face to Face will focus on the critical races in districts 1, 2, 3 and 7.
September 13th @ 9AM-2PM
Mercer Island Community Center
September 14th @ 12-3PM
This event will sell out! You must purchase a ticket to attend.
Captains for a CURE fundraiser and auction is hosted by Fremont Mischief Distillery, Trident Seafoods, Cameron Catering, and five of your favorite “Deadliest Catch*” Captains, all with the goal of raising $250,000 benefiting the American Parkinson Disease Association!