Play Day is almost here! This Sunday, September 21st, come to Adair Park II from 1-5pm to play. The Atlanta Beltline and Atlanta ContactPoint are presenting this fun event that includes all types of sports for kids and adults.
Activities include hockey, kickball, dancing, softball, lacrosse, basketball, soccer, golf, flag football, martial arts, rugby and an awesome game called dragon goal. They do still need volunteers. You can sign up on their website.
Come have some fun in the sun and support this great effort! Check out the ContactPoint website for more information.
The Adair Park Youth Lawn Service Program is in full swing! The service is valued at $30 and is done on Tuesdays from 4-8pm. These hardworking Adair Park teens will cut lawns for free for seniors in need. Donations are always welcome as well.
Please contact Lloyd Rollerson at 404-988-6322 or via email at email@example.com for questions, to get on the schedule or recommend a senior in need. Let’s help out the youth of Adair Park!
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.
Are you a resident of Adair Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Pittsburgh or one of the other surrounding neighborhoods? Then this day is for you! On September 20th, a variety of restaurateurs, developers, and entrepreneurs will tour southwest Atlanta. They will meet at 884 Murphy Ave at 9am and head out from there. The purpose of this bus tour is to welcome the visitors into our community, visit multiple sites, introduce them to residents and inspire them to invest their businesses in our iSWAT neighbor-hoods. They will be shown many areas that are prime for redevelopment.
From now until September 15th, please take the iSWAT survey to give your views on what you like and would like to see in SouthWest Atlanta.
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.
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Join our Capitol View neighbors next door for a great upcoming event! Free pops from the King of Pops!
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.
Maria Saporta, long-time reporter in Atlanta writing for the Atlanta Business Chronicle as well as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, recently visited Adair Park as her son, David Saporta Luse, moved into our fair neighborhood. David was drawn here after meeting a few neighbors and falling in love with the house he purchased. Maria wrote a fantastic post about David’s move into Adair Park. She paints a great picture of our great neighborhood, one we all know to be true. She also asks a great question that many of our neighbors have asked – while the neighborhood is growing and revitalizing with the new Beltline development just around the corner – are we looking out for our longer tenured residents?
Read Maria’s story here – http://saportareport.com/blog/2014/08/welcome-to-the-neighborhood-adair-park-a-historic-atlanta-gem/
This is a fantastic neighborhood and truly a gem in Atlanta that many residents love. Welcome to Adair Park David!