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Tomorrow we Cheers to 10 Years!

Tomorrow We Cheers To 10 Years!

Join us in the Center of the Universe for the fun in the sun at our Summer Networking Happy Hour at Fremont Mischief’s incredible new event space!

Don’t miss the chance to toast the 10th Anniversary of two iconic, Fremont businesses – Fremont Brewing Company and Fremont Mischief – during our Fremont Chamber of Commerce Happy Hour.

Wednesday, August 21st // 5PM–7PM

@ Fremont Mischief Distillery

132 N Canal St, Seattle, WA 98103

Ticket includes a beverage of your choice and delicious appetizers.

Price: $25–Members / $30–Nonmembers

Register NOW!

 

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.

Reserve your listing today!

Seattle’s Largest Beer Fest

Fremont Oktoberfest, a benefit for the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, returns September 20-21, 2019 with 100+ Beers & Ciders in tow. With 100 beers and 50 breweries, Fremont is hailed as one of the Top 10 places in the world to celebrate Oktoberfest! #FOKT
Friday, September 20th — 5PM – 12AM (21+ Only)
Saturday, September 21st — 12PM – 12AM (21+ Only)
Sunday, September 22nd — 12PM – 6PM (21+ Only, Dogs Allowed)
  
BUY TICKETS: Enter promo code WURST for 3 bonus drink tokens when you get your tickets!
VOLUNTEER: Check out all of the awesome volunteer benefits, including FREE admission and beer!
DRINK FOR A CAUSE! About the Beneficiary:
Fremont Oktoberfest benefits the Fremont Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit organization that supports Shop Local, is responsible for procuring and maintaining most of the amazing public art on display throughout the Fremont neighborhood, and celebrates individual talents and creativity to further develop the community, promote business, and education opportunities in Fremont.

Dogtoberfest

Man’s Best Friend is also Man’s Best Drinking Buddy! Bring the whole pack on Sunday for Dogtoberfest, presented by Mud Bay! Your furry friends are welcome Sunday only at Fremont Oktoberfest.

Spotlight on an Industry

Property Management

 

“As landlords and business owners we need to support our Chamber and be active members. The properties Blue Rooster manages in Fremont are members and I am recommending that all of you do the same. The Fremont Chamber has been instrumental in pushing back against SDOT on the Stone and N. Northlake proposed ROW changes and has helped immensely in keeping SPD front of mind on the Bike Trail encampments, just to name a few of the current topics! We have upcoming issues like the Fremont Seawall that will need advocacy for improvements in our roads. All in all, your support goes a long way in keeping our little village from turning into South Lake Union!”

Kevin Conroy | Blue Rooster, Inc.©

President & Founder

Blue Rooster Companies

Why is Kevin Conroy a Fremont Chamber member at the Milky Way level?

“To support the broader Fremont business community– its that simple.”

Shout out to all of our property management members!

 

Office and Retail Space in Fremont and Ballard
With five buildings in Fremont and five buildings in Ballard, our spaces are always changing. Give us a call with your specific needs.
We have lots of outstanding retail spaces and offices from 100 square feet to 5,000 square feet depending on availability.
Unico Properties is a private real estate firm offering user-centered investment, development, management, and sustainability services in emerging markets across the United States. Founded in 1953, we employ nearly 300 real estate-obsessed people between our Seattle-based headquarters and the cities we invest in.

Reflections from Seattle Human Services Department Acting Director

By Jason Johnson

“Are we making any progress on all the tents we see?” It’s a question I get a lot and my answer is, “Yes, and…”
In 2018, more people were served, more moved from homelessness to housing, and more people living with disabling conditions were stably housed. Our data showed that 4,227 households moved from homelessness to housing or were prevented from becoming homeless – an increase of 17% over 2017. And, thousands more people were served than ever before. These efforts, in turn, built on earlier work to increase access to hygiene services and restrooms, and to focus on key at-risk groups like youth homelessness and long-term shelter stayers.
While we are moving more people off the streets and into shelter, Seattle still has too many people outside. That’s when we turn to the City of Seattle’s Navigation Team, which is comprised of outreach workers, field coordinators, system navigators and police officers that work to connect people living unsheltered to shelter and support services. I want to thank the members of this team for their tremendous work. As a result of their effort and commitment, more people are accessing shelter and coming inside from often brutal circumstances.
HSD has just released second quarter performance metrics which show the team working at a higher capacity, connecting more people to shelter when compared to the first quarter of 2019, and increasing operational capacity to better address unmanaged encampments:
  • 16 percent increase in unique individuals engaged by the team;
  • 10 percent increase in unique individuals referred to shelters;
  • 47 Navigation Team-reserved beds available daily, rising from 17 beds available the previous quarter (meaning more beds available in basic shelters, tiny house villages, and enhanced shelters); and
  • 79 more referrals to enhanced shelter and tiny house villages.
While there is still much work to do, we are making progress.
The full report on the Navigation Team includes detailed metrics on several data sets and can be found here.

 

 

Celebrate the 10th anniversaries of Fremont Mischief & Fremont Brewing!
August 21st @ 5PM-7PM
Fremont Mischief
Get your tickets here.
Claret Wine Bar
August 24th @ 12PM-4PM
Celebrating 27 Years Supporting Our Community
August 25th @ 10AM-4PM, rain or shine
3401 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
August 30th-September 1st
Seattle Center
Get your tickets here.
Flow Fitness Seattle
September 1st-30th
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 14th @ 12-3PM
Fremont Mischief
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!
September 17th @ 7:30AM-9:30AM
World Trade Center Seattle

The Big Dig
Please join us at the American Cancer Society’s The Big Dig event! Bring the whole family out to Cedar Mountain Reclamation Facility in Maple Valley on Sunday, September 15th for some fun in the dirt! There will be lots of real equipment for kids to operate, an archaeological dig site for them to dig in, a DJ, food and tons more!

 

Tickets are available for $5.

Friday, September 20th: 5PM-12AM
Saturday, September 21st: 12PM-12AM
Sunday, September 22nd: 12PM-6PM
September 21st @ 7PM
Fremont Arts Council
Green Lake
There is always something happening in the Center of the Universe. Check our calendar or Fremocentrist.com.
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