The Atlanta Planning Advisory Board is hosting a free citizen engagement seminar on Saturday, September 13th from 9am-3pm. This seminars is geared towards those interested in taking an active role in their community or currently working within their community that want to:
- Learn more about city and community services,
- Receive information on how to have your voice heard, and
- Be empowered to share resources that will enhance communities.
For more information, read the flyer here. You can register for this FREE seminar on their Eventbrite page.
On August 17th join some of your Adair Park neighbors plus a host of other folks for the Living Walls Bicycle Tour! The tour starts at the Atlanta Beltline Bicycle at 151 Sampson Street and will tour some of the 2014 murals. This is a relatively easy ride and the only cost is a $5 donation!
For more information, please visit their Facebook page. To register, go to the Eventbrite page.
Adair Park resident Matt Garbett recently authored an article giving his thoughts about why Atlanta is not a world-class city and some things we can do to improve our fair city. Read all about it on Creative Loafing. Thoughts?
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.
This month, from March 7th – March 23rd, Atlanta’s historic built environment of buildings, landscapes and neighborhoods is an integral part of the City’s culture and economy. The Phoenix Flies Celebration provides an opportunity to learn about, celebrate and strengthen these assets to the benefit of all.
Here is a list of events. We hope to see you out learning about our history!
Join neighbors from surrounding communities on Saturday, March 22nd from 1-3pm for a public art meeting about the University Avenue Corridor public art project. More information can be found on the project website. Also see their Facebook page for more information.
Come join your neighbors for the Adair Park Today monthly community meeting tomorrow night, March 4th at 7pm at the Kroc Center, located at 967 Dewey Street. This is just across Metropolitan from Adair Park. We will hear from several community leaders, discuss what is going on in Adair Park and talk about upcoming events. We hope to see you there!
Multi-family yard sale on Saturday, March 8th at 9am! As the winter cold thaws and sunshine comes in, Adair Park families do some spring cleaning and have organized a yard sale! More details to come, but the majority of the items for sale will be in Adair Park One on Mayland Avenue near the intersection with Catherine Street. We hope to see you there! Check the Adair Park Neighbors Facebook page for more information.
Atlanta Public Schools wants your feedback to improve their emergency preparedness plans. They have posted a “Lessons Learned: APS Response to Storm Leon 2014” survey for all residents to fill out. Please take the time and answer these few questions to try and help avoid what happened with the recent storm.
Fill out the survey here.
Come join your neighbors for the Adair Park Today monthly community meeting tonight, February 2/4/2014 at 7pm at the Kroc Center, located at 967 Dewey Street. This is just across Metropolitan from Adair Park. We will hear from several community leaders, discuss what is going on in Adair Park and talk about upcoming events. We hope to see you there!
Also, here is a copy of the Adair Park Today Newsletter February 2014.