If you haven't seen it yet, please enjoy this virtual performance from Licton Spring's Robert Eagle Staff Middle School. Although we may be physically apart, we can still make music together. The love and joy of learning a subject does not necessarily have to only occur in a classroom.
To learn more about the group's performance, check out the article from KIRO.
Our lives have radically changed over the past six months, and many of the activities we used to enjoy have been postponed or canceled. This is especially true of live music, a cornerstone of modern-day Seattle. Live music has the power to bring communities together, to fill the heart with joy, and spread happiness. And that is what we hope to do on August 19, from 5pm - 7pm.
Your Licton Springs Community Council, in partnership with the City of Seattle, are offering a small bright spot to your day. On Wednesday, August 19th from 5pm - 7pm, local solo musicians will stroll through the streets of Licton Springs to provide an outdoor concert. Pull up a lawn chair or picnic blanket, grab some snacks and enjoy the free moving neighborhood concert. Please remember to wear your masks and keep 6ft between you and non-family members.
We are also raising funds by selling neighborhood t-shirts to help celebrate the designation of Licton Springs or líq’tәd, the area’s traditional name, as an official City of Seattle Landmark. This designation recognizes and celebrates Licton Springs / líq’tәd as a sacred site to the Duwamish people and other indeginous groups of the Pacific Northwest. The Licton Springs Community Council fully supported this designation and was working in partnership with UNEA and ClearSky Youth program to host a large celebration for this summer but, of course, plans changed. We will celebrate this designation at some point when gatherings are allowed again. Funds raised will support such future events.
The shirts feature the original name of Licton Springs: líq’tәd. líq’tәd means Red-Paint in Puget Sound’s Lushootseed language. We sought out and received approval to use the Lushootseed word in our efforts to educate the larger community about the rich history of our neighborhood. You can purchase your t-shirt at: https://www.zazzle.com/store/licton_springs_cc
For questions, please email [email protected]
Every month, we share the upcoming community events in Licton Springs. Given the current environment, most meetings have been postponed or moved virtually. You can check out the meetings still happening below.
- Seattle Office of the Mayor COVID-19: Resources for Community
- WA State Coronavirus Response
- For North Seattle
- Buy Nothing Licton Springs/North College Park, Seattle, WA
- Community Crowdsourced SEATTLE COVID-19 Document of Resources
Community Engagement Events:
Tuesday,June 2nd - Mineral Springs Park Meeting, 7PM-8PM, Phone Conference Call
Discussion will include checking in on how the park is doing over the past month of social distancing/stay-at-home, sharing any updates and identifying emerging issues and discussion of what this summer may look like for the park.
To join, dial (425) 436-6353 and when asked for the pin enter 824120#. For any questions contact [email protected]
Wednesday, June 17th @ 6:30PM-8:30PM, Licton Springs Community Council Meeting, Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84675350498
Note: Invite/Location subject to change. Check back at lovelicton.com or email [email protected]
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Stay Healthy Streets are part of an initiative by the Mayor and SDOT to give people sufficent space to safely walk, bike, and roll for exercise and essential transportation.
Stay Healthy Streets are closed to thru-traffic – but not residents or deliveries – 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the duration of the emergency or until otherwise noted by the City of Seattle. People with destinations along Stay Healthy Streets – like residents, essential workers, emergency service providers, delivery providers, and garbage and recycling collectors will continue to have vehicle access.
If you're interested in volunteering to help with the Stay Heatlh Streets initiative, you can email [email protected]