Spotlights. Renewals. First Friday. Cocktail Week.

Spotlights. Renewals. First Friday. Cocktail Week.

Building a Destination Business and World Class Product: Fremont Women in Spirits

How can your business become a destination for customers?
What are the best strategies to create a unique selling point for your business and its products?
What tactics can help add value to your business and increase sales?
Those questions and more will be addressed at our March membership meeting with the women leaders of three fabulous Fremont businesses:
Panelists:
Sara Nelson, Co-founder of Fremont Brewing
Heather McClung, Director of Operations at Hale’s Ales
Patti Bishop, Owner of Fremont Mischief
Moderator: 
Eva Otto – Owner/Broker of Infiniti Real Estate & Development
Wednesday, March 18th
Hale’s Ales Brewery & Pub
4301 Leary Way NW
Registration: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Member: $25 // Nonmember: $30

Please welcome the new Fremont Chamber Executive Board!

Introducing your new Executive Fremont Chamber Board Members, from left to right:

Paul Robinson
Fremont Chamber Vice President
HomeStreet Bank
Brand Gaines
Fremont Chamber President
Adobe
Phil Megenhardt
Fremont Chamber Treasurer
Bold Hat Productions
Amina Leighton [Not Pictured]
Fremont Chamber Secretary
Fremont Dock Co.

THIS Friday is Fremont First Friday Art Walk!

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!

Seattle Cocktail Week is Upon Us!

@seattlecocktailweek |March 1–8, 2020

Seattle Cocktail Week is a week-long celebration of the Emerald City’s cocktail scene. Over 60 participating bars and the world’s best liquor brands will come together to highlight all of the best cocktail concoctions available in Seattle.

Check out our Participating Locations, the amazing events happening all week and don’t miss our grand tasting event, Cocktail District, with over 200 spirits to try, masterclasses, food trucks, and more!

Join The Red Door to raise a glass to 31 years before they close on MARCH 8TH!
Visit: 3401 Evanston Ave N.
Schilling Cider House is a tasting bar with 30+ craft ciders, on tap & in bottles.
Visit: 708 N 34th St.

All Roads Lead to Fremont

With the weather getting nicer and tourist season quickly approaching, here’s a reminder of the sights in the Center of the Universe.

What is there to see in Fremont?

 

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.

Join Our State of Mind!

Become part of a fun business network of almost 250 members strengthening the business climate and improving the quality of life in the Fremont community!
Check out the member benefits here. Join the Chamber!