History Collective curates conversations and storytelling about the preservation and history of Seattle neighborhoods from community members, artists, historians, business owners, and residents.
Historic Seattle is excited to present the next History Collective, in partnership with HistoryLink, on Thursday, April 22nd! This conversation will accompany HistoryLink’s Walking Tour of Seattle’s Central Waterfront.
We encourage you to venture down to the waterfront for the self-guided walking tour – then join us on Thursday, April 22nd, for a conversation exploring how we, collectively and individually, can reclaim space on Seattle’s waterfront.
Want to make your tour experience even sweeter? Check out this fabulous playlist, “Water Front Vibes: An Audio Fantasy,” curated by David Rue, courtesy of Friends of Waterfront Seattle. #Gold #Gems
- Jennifer Ott, Assistant Director and Historian at HistoryLink
- Leonard Forsman, Tribal Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe
- Jordan Remington, Community Engagement & Programs Coordinator at Friends of Waterfront Seattle
- Guy Michaelson, Principal Landscape Architect at The Berger Partnership
Registration for this event is now closed. Please click here to view the live stream on our YouTube channel.
Image courtesy of Seattle Municipal Archives
The Zoom link will be emailed 1-2 days in advance of the event. If you do not receive the event confirmation email, please contact Taelore Rhoden, Community Events Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Historic Seattle’s virtual programming is funded in part by a grant from the Eldridge Campbell Stockton Fund for Washington of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.