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News Notes: Seattle Night Out – Fremont Chamber Supports FNC Art Project – More

FNC urges residents to participate in Seattle Night Out on August 6 (tomorrow night).  Close your street for free, invite your neighbors for a party, have a potluck and some music, and get to know each other better.  Register your party or find one in your neighborhood here: And be sure to mail your […]

Artists Sought for Fremont Siphon Project

The call-for-artists for the Fremont Siphon is posted to the 4Culture website here.  Please help spread the word to local artists who might be interested in applying.  This is the link to the 4Culture Opportunities page which is the entry portal for all applications.  Scroll down to the Fremont Siphon project for specific links to […]

History House Opens Timber-to-Troll Exhibit–Film, Art and more

Fremont: Timber-to-Troll Exhibit – Grand Opening Event–the entire community is invited to enjoy a preview of a new film about Fremont. Saturday, 2pm, November 10, 2012 at History House of Greater Seattle, 790 N 34th Street, Seattle, WA In Fremont.  Free and open to the public, come see the Grand Opening of the History House […]

JP Patches: ‘Bye for Now!

History House writes that “History House, along price of cialis canada with buy viagra online all of you, mourns the loss of our good friend Chris Wedes. We will figure out some way of publicly remembering our friend in the near future. In the buy generic viagra online mean time, we invite anyone who would […]

Fremont Mural Helps Urban Youth with Art

Urban ArtWorks employs young people working with artists to create murals all around Seattle. In Fremont, the 46th Street Mural was painted by an Urban ArtWorks crew and is listed on their site.  FNC is the fiscal agent for the 46th Street Mural’s creation and its ongoing stewardship.  

Sculptor Richard Beyer Dies

    Fremont mourns the loss of sculptor Richard S. Beyer, whose “Waiting for the Interurban” anchors Fremont’s downtown as one of our most beloved sculptures. The Wenatchee World first broke the story here in Washington and the Seattle Times and KING5 include more detail here and here.