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Why is the Fremont Bridge Blue and Orange?

The Fremont Historical Society’s annual display at the Fremont Branch Library features “What the Bridge Has Seen.” Learn about  the history and relocation of the Fremont Tavern/Red Door building, the growth of maritime businesses, why the Fremont Bridge is painted blue and orange (including the role of the FNC in continuing that tradition), options for […]

Wanted: Musician/Composer for Fremont Bridge Residency

Calling all musicians and composers–see this  on February 5, 2018 by Otts Bolisay Leave a Comment “The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), seeks a practicing composer and/or musician to be an Artist-in Residence in the northwest tower of the Fremont Bridge. The selected composer […]

Go on Down to the Sea in Ships from Fremont

Sail on the Virginia V to celebrate the Fremont Bridge, the Ship Canal and Ballard Locks. Dates: Sunday, July 10th, and Sunday, August 14th, 1 pm to 3:30 pm. Cost: $15 (14 and under are free!) More information and ticket purchase here.  Summer 2016 begins a year-long centennial celebration of the completion of the Lake […]

Extra Closures to Paint Fremont Bridge Scheduled in September

Fremont Bridge getting facelift–here’s the info from SDOT: Hey Fremonsters – Crews have been busy working inside the “heel” of the bridge on the north side of the ship canal – the area under the bridge that pivots down when the part you see goes up.  They’ve been hauling out road grit and pigeon guano, […]