Audio Tour: Six Stories in Lake City
What to know:
- The walk starts at 2815 NE 125th, Seattle WA. Stand next to the marker for Jac Trautman.
- The route is in the shape of an inverted 'G' and takes approximately 30 minutes. It is about a 1/2 mile long.
- The walk is set to a leisurely pace. As you come to each site marker you will be cued to pause the audio file to be able to scan the QR code available on each site and contemplate the story.
- The walk requires headphones and a device to play audio (such as a smartphone). To access the QR code you will need a smartphone.
- Please note:
- The audio file is available two ways:
- downloads through Google Drive or a link below.
- Streamed directly from this webpage through Youtube.
- Print the route maps below (recommended) or reference them from this webpage. There will also be instructions in the audio.
- Safety: The route covers public areas that often have swift traffic. Hit and runs have been an issue in the area. Please be aware of your surroundings and stay on the sidewalk, do not stand in traffic.
Site List: (addresses are approximate outdoor locations in Seattle, WA)
Photographer Jac Trautman // 2815 NE 125th
Class of 2020 for BLM, a BLM march organized by Nathan Hale HS graduating class of 2020 // 12501 Lake City Way NE
Refugee Artisan Initiative partners with refugee and immigrant women to foster an inclusive prosperous transition to the US through artisan skills training // 12549 Lake City Way NE
Gifted Cutz /Gifted Nailz, a multigenerational barber shop and nail salon featuring two extraordinary artists // 3019 NE 127th
The Renaming of Hayashi Ave, a community effort to recognize historical displacement and honor a Japanese American family that was forcibly removed during WWII // 2798 NE 127th:
The Jolly Roger, a local mystery legend referencing Lake City's prohibition era past // 12534 30th Ave NE