Save the dates, October 11th,12th,13th. The Fremont Fall Festival in Fremont Nebraska
Plans are underway for the Fremont Fall Festival. 2019 will mark the second year of this wonderful fall festival held in our historic downtown Fremont. Last year was such a success, minus the rain. Fall in Fremont is such a wonderful time of the year and this year will be better then ever. Some of last years favorites will be back including Farm-to-Table dinner, Pancakes in the Parking Lot, Fall Artisan Market. Plus, we are adding some more adventures this year including a Backyard Barbecue Contest, Corn Hole Tournament, and more music.
We are looking for volunteers in all areas in putting this event on. Every Friday afternoon at 3:00 pm at Milady Coffeehouse, the Fremont Downtown Development Group gets together to talk downtown. If you are interested in helping, please feel free to contact us thru our Facebook page
Fremont Downtown Development Group: To lead community investment and drive the social, cultural & economic engine of an authentic Fremont by creating and promoting a vibrant, innovative & sustainable downtown.
Join Us! For our All-Inclusive Downtown Discussion on Tuesday, July 16th. Pizza and beer at 5:30 pm, Discussion starts at 6:00 pm. Over 200 invites went out to building owners. We will be hand delivering those businesses that don’t own the building they occupy. If you do not personally receive one of these cards and you are reading this blog post, consider yourself invited. Anyone with a love for downtown Fremont is welcome to attend .
Stacy Heatherly will be our guest speaker talking about her upcoming purchase of the Empress Theater and her future plans with the historic movie theater.
Boy Scout Motto: “Be Prepared”. Historic Downtown Fremont Motto: Better to be safe then sorry.
March 16th, the word went out that there was a possibility of the flood waters reaching the downtown area. Local shop owners took the warning and prepared their front entrances. The ‘All Clear’ was given on Monday that the threat was over and that the city was doing a great job in redirecting the flood waters away from the city.
Standing as tall as this grand old Downtown Fremont building is one of the class acts of our Historic business community, Mr. Kirk Brown. By now we have all been given some small bit of the news that Buck’s Shoes will soon stop selling and start closing it’s doors for good. Soon, very soon the discount sale will begin. A letter has been sent to Bucks supporters and then the wall to wall liquidation will be open to all. As in all things changing, nobody knows what’s next for Kirk and Molly Brown and nobody knows what may be in store for the property at the corner of 6th and main street in Historic Downtown Fremont, Nebraska. Good luck and God bless.
Join Us! For our All-Inclusive Downtown Discussion on Tuesday, March 19th. Pizza and beer at 5:30 pm, Discussion starts at 6:00 pm.
Over 200 invites went out to building owners. We will be hand delivering those businesses that don’t own the building they occupy. If you do not personally receive one of these cards and you are reading this blog post, consider yourself invited. Anyone with a love for downtown Fremont is welcome to attend.
Over 200 invites are hitting the Post Office today. Expect yours soon.
We will be holding our quarterly Downtown Discussion on December 4th at 6:00 pm. We will be offering Small Business Social Media training at 5:00 pm for those who would like to participate. Pizza and drinks will be provided. We invite everyone who has a love for our downtown to attend and join in on the discuss.
This is a public forum, so all are welcome and please be sure to invite a friend to come you.