This Sunday is Mother’s Day! The Woodland Park Zoo is hosting a Mom and Me day where mom’s get half price entry tickets. Cafe Turko is taking reservations for the day with their new spring menu and Shawn O’Donnell’s will have a brunch buffet set up for you and your mother. If you still need to purchase something for you mom our local shops have you covered! Stop by Portage Bay Goods, they are the best for procrastinators. Need flowers? Juniper Flowers has some of the best arrangements and succulents around. Want to get something more shiny? Essenza, Les Amis and Pipe and Row have great accessories that your mom will probably never take off! Get what you need for your mother in Fremont. #ShopLocal #ShopFremont
Also, next week will be the Fremont Chamber’s Annual Safety Meeting on Wednesday May 16 from 8a-9:30 at Ivar’s Salmon House on Northlake Way. We will have North Seattle Police Department Precinct Commander Captain Sean O’Donnell addressing public safety issues that concern our businesses and community. We will have conversations about RV and tent camping, shoplifting and property damage, employee and residential safety and much more. Come join us for breakfast and bring your questions for the North Seattle police Department. Register TODAY!
SHOUT OUT: Happy 30 years in Fremont to the Red Door! They will be having many events this summer to celebrate this great achievement. This Wednesday they will be having their Class of 1988 Reunion Party and Costume Party to celebrate by having tasty craft beers from breweries that opened in 1988! Keep up to date by liking their Facebook Page and check out all their great events.
GOOGLE SCAVENGER HUNT: Google is excited to announce their first annual block party in Fremont to be held in mid-July. This event will include a scavenger hunt for employees to take place throughout Fremont, hopefully including your businesses! The goal is to showcase local Fremont businesses with their employees through a fun, interactive afternoon from 2pm-6pm with a closing party at the office at 5pm. The plan is to send Google employees on tours throughout Fremont in small teams, during which they will accomplish tasks and activities at participating businesses. They hope to familiarize Google employees with this incredible neighborhood, while also driving economic value and new customers to your businesses! If you are interested in participating, please click here to complete a short registration form, and they will follow up with you. Thanks!