Fremont Wallingford News & Events

What's Up Fremont & Wallingford!

Food, Fun & Community in Fremont and Wallingford: Served fresh here every 30 minutes.


Wednesday June 20th, 2018

Get them while they last! Apricots have appeared at the market but they’ll be gone quick. Grab the first pick of the season from Rest Awhile And Lyall Farms at the #wallingfordfarmersmarket ... See MoreSee Less

Get them while they last! Apricots have appeared at the market but they’ll be gone quick. Grab the first pick of the season from Rest Awhile And Lyall Farms at the #wallingfordfarmersmarket

Thursday June 21st, 2018

Not only does Anchor End make amazing pretzels but they will be at the market with their delicious pierogis and breakfast sliders! ... See MoreSee Less

Not only does Anchor End make amazing pretzels but they will be at the market with their delicious pierogis and breakfast sliders!

Thursday June 21st, 2018

Happy Solstice everyone! What are you up to the longest day of the year? #SummerSolstice #solsticeshenanigans #makeart #celebrationart #communityart ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Solstice everyone! What are you up to the longest day of the year? #SummerSolstice #solsticeshenanigans #makeart #celebrationart #communityart

Friday June 22nd, 2018

Hey guys! Come to Roxys for breakfast and grab a $3 mimosa before you hit the Pride parade tomorrow! We look forward to seeing all of you! ... See MoreSee Less

Monday June 4th, 2018

We don’t know why these creatures are so tasty. Maybe it’s because they move so slowly, crawling with their tube feet, and sometimes pushing themselves with their spines. Or maybe because they feed on algae and other slow-moving animals taking the time to savor each bite. Whatever the reason, we love how such a beautiful combination of buttery, sweet, briny, and silky can come from these spiny beings. 🌊💜🔮 ... See MoreSee Less

We don’t know why these creatures are so tasty. Maybe it’s because they move so slowly, crawling with their tube feet, and sometimes pushing themselves with their spines. Or maybe because they feed on algae and other slow-moving animals taking the time to savor each bite. Whatever the reason, we love how such a beautiful combination of buttery, sweet, briny, and silky can come from these spiny beings. 🌊💜🔮

Thursday June 21st, 2018

Happy summer solstice! Chef Ellie shopped the Wallingford Farmer’s Market yesterday in preparation for tonight’s market menu. A la carte menu and reservations as usual, but one-night-only dishes! We look forward to seeing you for this solstice 🌞 #seattlewinelovers #seattlesummer #summersolstice #wallingfordfarmersmarket #farmtotable #cantinettamarketdinners ... See MoreSee Less

Happy summer solstice! Chef Ellie shopped the Wallingford Farmer’s Market yesterday in preparation for tonight’s market menu. A la carte menu and reservations as usual, but one-night-only dishes! We look forward to seeing you for this solstice 🌞 #seattlewinelovers #seattlesummer #summersolstice #wallingfordfarmersmarket #farmtotable #cantinettamarketdinners

Friday June 22nd, 2018

Reminder: CityArtist Projects application now open- Music, Dance & TheaterDeadline: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 5p.m. PST."Grant funding for presentation of work created by generative Seattle-based individual artists/curators. The 2019 cycle will accept proposals from artists/curators working in dance, music and theater (including scriptwriting). Awarded artists will need to offer a public presentation in Seattle. We support a broad range of artistic and cultural expression reflecting Seattle’s diversity.Eligibility: Applications from artists creating or curating work in dance, music and theater (including scriptwriting) arts will be accepted. Traditional/ethnic and multi-disciplinary projects are always welcome, as long as a primary art form is one of the eligible disciplines listed.Funding: Applicants can request one the following set amounts: $2,000, $5,000, or $8,000.Application: The guidelines are available at www.seattle.gov/arts/cityartist-projects. The application is available on 4Culture's website here.Workshops: Get insider tips on how to submit a strong application.Draft Review: Monday, July 9 from 5– 7p.m.Seattle Public Library – Columbia City Branch4721 Rainier Ave S, 98118Please RSVP here for an appointmentInfo For application or eligibility assistance contact Irene Gómez at (206) 684.7310 or irene.gomez@seattle.gov. For computer system technical assistance with the online grants system contact Heather Dwyer at 4Culture at (206) 263-1597 or heather.dwyer@4culture.org ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: CityArtist Projects application now open- Music, Dance & Theater

Deadline: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 5p.m. PST.

Grant funding for presentation of work created by generative Seattle-based individual artists/curators. The 2019 cycle will accept proposals from artists/curators working in dance, music and theater (including scriptwriting). Awarded artists will need to offer a public presentation in Seattle. We support a broad range of artistic and cultural expression reflecting Seattle’s diversity.

Eligibility: Applications from artists creating or curating work in dance, music and theater (including scriptwriting) arts will be accepted. Traditional/ethnic and multi-disciplinary projects are always welcome, as long as a primary art form is one of the eligible disciplines listed.

Funding: Applicants can request one the following set amounts: $2,000, $5,000, or $8,000.

Application: The guidelines are available at http://www.seattle.gov/arts/cityartist-projects. The application is available on 4Cultures website here.

Workshops: Get insider tips on how to submit a strong application.

Draft Review: 
Monday, July 9 from 5– 7p.m.
Seattle Public Library – Columbia City Branch
4721 Rainier Ave S, 98118
Please RSVP here for an appointment

Info 
For application or eligibility assistance contact Irene Gómez at (206) 684.7310 or irene.gomez@seattle.gov. For computer system technical assistance with the online grants system contact Heather Dwyer at 4Culture at (206) 263-1597 or heather.dwyer@4culture.org

Comment on Facebook

Don't know much about it but it might be worth checking out Nicole Renae Miracle.

Friday June 22nd, 2018

Wanna be part of the Wallingford Parade family? All you have to do is learn ONE French word AND volunteer. There are various shifts available! Register here: bit.ly/2K9ErZD ... See MoreSee Less

Wanna be part of the Wallingford Parade family? All you have to do is learn ONE French word AND volunteer. There are various shifts available!  Register here:  https://bit.ly/2K9ErZD

MORE FREMONT & WALLINGFORD

 

Comments are closed.

Close