JUNE 2019

This month we quote Ariana Grande, "Thank you, next!" Dash to Doughnuts is over and we have moved on to our next love: Fremont Fest. What bar is opening this month? Who is responsible for those fabulous flower baskets on Fremont? What is Sonic Life and how can you try it? See if you can keep up. Stay current. Stay connected. Join BBA Today.


Hot Topics

Hi-Top Tavern (old Bottles location) is slated to open the week of June 17. | After a delay in permitting, Truly Juicery is building out their space next to Love Hive Yoga. | John Dunn, property owner of Alameda Brew Pub has a few serious prospects interested in the former Alameda Brew Pub space. Both are brewers and restaurant owners. | Oakshire Beer Hall kicked off Portland Beer Week with a Patio Pop Up. They are hiring and plan to open (former Old Salt Marketplace location) in July. Stay tuned.



Sonic Boom

It's here: The Sonic Whole Body Vibration System -- and we're not talking sex toy. Everyone can reap the health benefits of harmonic resonance. Dr. Laura Washington of Luminance Yoga and Naturopathy is bringing the future of good health to Beaumont. Used in space programs, this state-of-the-art machine can improve bone density, weight loss, happiness, muscle tone and more in just 10 minute sessions (see website.) Sign up for your complimentary half-hour introductory session here (choose sonic vibration at the end.) Or call 503.348.8188.



It's A Family Affair

Your next salmon dinner can be direct from boat to table. Clint and Allison Benson are a local father-daughter duo who founded the Kenai-Red Fish Company - a Community Supported Fishery (CSF) - 5 years ago. From mid-June to August, Clint fishes the Cook Inlet in Homer, AK and hauls home wild sockeye salmon. Buy shares of the catch, which will be flash frozen and vacuum sealed, and delivered right to your door in September -- probably by Allison. For rates and more info on getting fresh, wild-caught salmon from a local family fisherman, check out their website or contact Allison.



Design Within Reach: Roloff Construction

Nathalie Roloff, is co-owner and design lead of Roloff Construction, which has been in business for 20 years. One of her most requested projects is to add a second floor dormer and transform the space into a master suite. As an avid cook, Nathalie’s favorite projects to work on are kitchens. She admits, “I like the designs of Chip and Joanna Gaines, but the pricing is kind of a joke.” (She didn't mention all that shiplap!) If she were to have a design show it would be called FYF Designs and air exclusively on HBO! You'll have to ask. Find Nathalie in a coffee shop and she'll be sipping tea.



Who Keeps Beaumont Blooming?

This year, we needed four sponsors to cover the installation and maintenance of our colorful flower baskets along Fremont. Here are the businesses that stepped up.

Noho's Hawaiian Cafe has been supporting our community for 9 years. The No Hate Zone, is a non-profit that brings together law enforcement and at-risk youth in NE Portland. Noho's hosts dinners for the Breaking Bread to Break Barriers campaign that invites these two groups together to share a meal and start a conversation. Have dinner on the tropical back patio of Noho's as a way to say thank you for beautifying our street and supporting our community.

Curaleaf, a medically-focus dispensary in Beaumont, has been looking for a way to enhance their community involvement. As many of our events are geared towards children, they were struggling for ways to participate. This was the perfect opportunity for them to show their true colors. Stop in for some cannabis and thank them for the buds. (And look for them at Fremont Fest.)

Morel Ink offered to sponsor our baskets, which was no surprise. They are all-out supporters of the Student Access Act, and they rally behind the Cully Farmer’s Market. Let them print your next job and thank them for the baskets.

Lastly, Andrew Frazier, owner of Frazier Wealth Management and the President of the BBA, puts his money where his mouth is. In this case, it's on our 17 flower baskets. Express your appreciation to Andy by coming to the BBA's Haunted House this Halloween. It's his pet project -- scaring little kids! The next time you step inside one of these generous Beaumont businesses, thank them for Keeping Beaumont Blooming.



Vote for our Beaumont Businesses by June 15

Best Bar: Wonderly; Best Donut: Pip’s Original; Best Women’s Boutique: Adorn; Best Bakery: Grand Central Bakery; Best Local Printer: Morel Ink; Best Running Store: Foot Traffic; Best Hardware Store: Beaumont Do It Best Hardware; Best Pet Supply: Green Dog Pet Supply; Best Acupuncture: Wild Hearts Wellness; Best Massage: Wild Hearts Wellness; Best Alternative Medicine Clinic: Wild Hearts Wellness; Best Physical Therapy: Wild Hearts Wellness; Best Pilates Studio: Wild Hearts Wellness; Best Garden Supply: Garden Fever!



Fair Game

The 33rd Annual Fremont Fest street fair is Saturday, August 3 from 10am to 5pm.
We will have a beer garden in the Amalfi's parking lot, a full day's worth of fun activities, kids zone, kids parade, over 300 vendor booths and live music. Mark your calendars.

▪ Vendor booth registration is now open.
▪ State Farm is sponsoring our Kid's Parade.
▪ OnPoint Community Credit Union is presenting sponsor of the Kid Zone -- which means, like last year, all kids play for free.
▪ We still have many SPONSORSHIPS available to promote your business to the 12,000 people that attend this event. Contact Amy for more info.
Vendor booth registration is now open.
State Farm is sponsoring our Kid's Parade.
OnPoint Community Credit Union is presenting sponsor of the Kid Zone -- which means, like last year, all kids play for free.
We still have many SPONSORSHIPS available to promote your business to the 12,000 people that attend this event. Contact Amy for more info.
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