Alameda County Fairgrounds - Alameda County Fairgrounds hosts more 300+ commercial and private events and operates several on-site ancillary businesses including the RV Park Campground and the Off-Track Betting Facility. The Association is completely self-supporting and receives no funding from tax revenue. The Fair began in 1859 in downtown Oakland as a floral event and eventually moved to Pleasanton as the first county fair in 1912. Since that time, the Alameda County Fair has continued as an annual event (except for the War years,) dedicated to celebrating the heritage and diversity of the community. It is ranked among the top 50 Fairs in the U.S. and has won numerous national and international industry awards. This year’s 2019 fair will take place from June 14th through July 7th.
Alameda Masonic Lodge – They believe that every man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. It’s the confidence and trust they enjoy with millions of Brothers around the world that gives them the strength to make themselves better men. As a fraternity, they have championed many great causes, but perhaps none so personal, or so affecting, as that of public education. From helping to establish the nation’s first public school systems to helping bring California’s public schools out of crisis in 1920, Masons have been on the forefront. Every baseball season the Masons of California partner with Angels Baseball, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres, and San Francisco Giants Major League Baseball (MLB) teams to bring the fun and teambuilding skills of baseball to more California kids. Throughout the season, teams of Masonic lodges in each region face off in friendly competition to help the most kids they can by purchasing baseball mitts for children who participate in programs through the MLB foundations.
Farmers Insurance Agency – As your local Farmers® agent in Fremont, CA, we help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. This process is straightforward and personalized to help make you smarter about insurance. They have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether that's auto, home, renters, business insurance and more. Give them a call at (510) 744-9700 and they’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Fremont Youth Soccer Club – Fremont Youth Soccer Club is a non-profit organization with available financial aid, providing a soccer program for players of all levels of ability and experience. Fremont YSC gives youth sports back to the kids with an understanding on psychology of coaching, and a pathway for those players wanting college exposure.
iGen Learning, Inc – IGen Math is an advanced afterschool program based on developing strong logical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students will learn various unique concepts and methods of problem solving. This will allow students to master key math concepts and skills in a more organized way throughout the year and from one grade to the next. It will also call for teachers to use rich and challenging math content and to engage students in solving real-world problems in order to inspire greater interest in mathematics. IGen ELA and Literacy program will greatly assist in your child’s educational journey. While building strong knowledge in grammar, vocabulary and composition, students will read challenging texts that provide facts and background knowledge in various areas including Science and Social Studies. Students will be asked questions that will require them to refer back to what they have read, engaging in deep thought, and also learning important writing skills and techniques.
Tri-City Band Corps – Tri-City Band Corps, a student run nonprofit. The Tri-City Band Corps is a 501(c)3 non-profit student-led music organization enriching the lives of students across the greater Bay Area. The Tri-City Band Corps is comprised of over 400 students at any given point across various performing units that allow students to participate in performance opportunities across the state, country, and even internationally. These units include two parade units, one winter color guard unit, one winter percussion unit, one special needs percussion units and the newly formed Highland Regiment Pipe Band. It is through these performing units that students can come together and share their passion for music and the performing arts. These performance units also help to supplement school programs that are unable to fund such units themselves.
Does your business want to participate? Fremont Chamber of Commerce members may exhibit at Fremont Street Eats. Contact KK at (510) 795-2244, ext. 103.
Fremont Street Eats is produced by the Food Truck Mafia and the Fremont Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit fremontstreeteats.com.