Come to Adair Park II on Tift Avenue for a play day! Saturday, September 20th from 1-5pm the Atlanta Beltline and Atlanta ContactPoint are presenting this fun event open to anyone and everyone.
Play Day is a free day of sports, fitness and health education for the community. There will be local coaches and organizations to facilitate games and drills for a wide variety of activities including flag football, soccer, softball, lacrosse, basketball, hockey, skating, dance, martial arts and more!
Visit Atlanta ContactPoint’s website for more information, check out the PLAY DAY partners and see the schedule of events.
Come to the entrance to the Beltline on Allene Avenue on Sunday, September 7th for an awesome event! From 2pm to 8:30pm there will be music, dance and fun! Plenty of AP neighbors and those from surrounding communities will be in attendance so come out and enjoy the fun.
In addition to the art festivities, Adair Park is teaming up with Capitol View and Capitol View Manor to host a picnic for paid members of those neighborhood organizations. We ask that you bring a side or dessert to share as we will provide a main course and a vegetarian option. Bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy this beautiful community event!
For a complete schedule, visit the Art on the Beltline schedule.
The west side trail of the Atlanta Beltline is getting underway soon! One of our own neighbors, Michelle Rushing, was featured along with Adair Park in this WSBTV recent news story. Michelle is actually a 10+ year resident of Adair Park. A little disconcerting that the money goes away if they have not broken ground by the fall, but from neighborhood meetings that seems easily attainable. Watch the video for more information.
Thursday, August 14th from 6pm-8pm the Atlanta Beltline will hold their third quarterly briefing of 2014 at Passion City Church, 515 Garson Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30324. There is some parking available, and the Lindbergh MARTA station is 1/2 mile away.
- Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Progress & Updates
- The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Updates
- Special Presentation: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Year Five
Come to Washington Park on Saturday, August 16th for the Atlanta Beltline Street Cup soccer game! Here is how to get there, information on the flyer below. Hope to see you there!
Join everyone in the fun this Sunday, April 20th! Join us on Sunday, April 20th from 2pm-6pm in Atlanta’s Historic West End and surrounding neighborhoods where we’ll close the streets to cars and open them to people. Bring your bicycle or just your feet, and get ready to explore your community streets in a safer, healthier, more livable way.
The event will kickoff with the Atlanta Streets Alive BICYCLE PARADE. Everyone is invited to join. Meet at Gordon-White Park at 1:30pm for line-up. Then roll out together just after the streets are opened at 2pm.
Check out the activities here.
On Thursday, January 23, 5:30 – 8pm at Gideons Elementary School (897 Welch Street SW), the Annie E. Casey Foundation will host a public forum on economic development opportunities for the 31.4-acre site at 352 University Avenue. All are encouraged to attend for a review of the initial findings of market research and discussion of ideas. Dinner will be served – RSVP to Moki Macias at 404-222-3675 or email@example.com.
The Atlanta Beltline is hosting an open house on Tuesday, January 14th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at West End Seventh Day Adventist Church to discuss the westside trail.
In case you haven’t heard, the Atlanta Beltline was awarded TIGER V funding for 2.5 miles of shared trails, trailheads and access points on the westside of Atlanta.
This is of particular interest to Adair Park as the part of the trail in question will run right alongside Adair Park, as that 2.5 miles is from Washington Park to University Avenue. For more information, visit the Beltline event here.
Quarterly briefing public meetings are designed to provide the community and stakeholders citywide with updates on the progress of the Atlanta BeltLine with regards to planning, design, construction, community engagement, affordable housing, public art, and transit and transportation. This is also an opportunity to hear from you. Please join us and learn the continued plans to move Atlanta’s most transformative project forward.
Atlanta BeltLine Plans & Progress Updates
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Update
Atlanta Police Department’s Path Force Division
Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 6pm to 8pm
225 Chester Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30316
Public Transit: MARTA Bus Route 21 “Memorial Drive”
Parking: Limited on-street parking available
Atlanta City Councilmembers Joyce Shepherd, Carla Smith and Cleta Winslow are hosting a community meeting on “Implementing the Atlanta Beltline.”
This meeting will take place on Thursday, February 7th from 6:30-8:30pm in the Dennard Center at the Atlanta Metropolitan College, located at 1630 Metropolitan Parkway. They will discuss prioritization of projects and cover some next steps.
Since the Atlanta Beltline will run alongside our neighborhood, we hope you can attend! See the attached pdf for more details.