Fremont Fair Seattle Reviews
Jun 18, 2007
On a short trip home from University my parents took me to the Fremont Fair 2 years ago. It was so much fun. You must be open minded and easy going to enjoy this wild parade of nudist cyclist decked out in body paints and glitter! The point of the fair is to encourage freedom and love of all people.
The Fremont District itself has much to be explored, even if you can’t make it to the 2 day fair which is usually in mid-June, it is definitely a place to visit.
(From the Website)
ABOUT FREMONT FAIR:
Fremont Fair is located in the funky and friendly Fremont neighborhood—Seattle, Washington's own "Center of the Universe."
Now in its 36th year, Fremont Fair returns to celebrate the Summer Solstice and the best of our community: art, spirit, sharing, celebration and working together to help each other. During Fair weekend, people from all walks of life come together to shop, eat, drink, perform, smile, dance, run, converse, debate, groove and parade.
And while Fremont Fair continues to emphasize good times, don't forget about the good work it does by raising awareness and understanding of the needs of low-income people in our community. Presented by Solid Ground, formerly Fremont Public Association (FPA), all donations received during this FREE event go directly to fund Solid Ground programs that provide shelter, food, advocacy and care for low-income families and individuals throughout Seattle and King County. YOU CAN HELP! Bring a buck or two to drop in the orange donation boxes at the main festival entrances. It only takes $1 to make a difference!
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