Lantern Parade

More than 10,000 people lit the Eastside Trail with lanterns at the 2013 Lantern Parade.
Photo Credit: Sinan Sinharoy

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posted in Construction Updates // 10/22/14
The Urban Farm in southwest Atlanta is moving forward, and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is now seeking proposals from farmers to take charge of managing the farm. The farm, as part of the Atlanta BeltLine’s Urban Agriculture Program, is a production farm being built with the goal of helping to facilitate nutritional education in neighborhoods considered to be […] Read more
We are pleased to share the news that Historic Fourth Ward Park has received the 2014 Brownfield Renewal Award for Sustainability Impact! The park was honored by Brownfield Renewal, an industry publication dedicated to the remediation, redevelopment and reuse of brownfields. Historic Fourth Ward Park, opened in 2011, is the result of important partnerships between the Atlanta BeltLine, the […] Read more
With the purchase of a natural gas-powered tour bus, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s tour program will become both more environmentally and economically sustainable and handicapped accessible. “As stewards of precious philanthropic resources, we are pleased to introduce this bus that will enable us to more sustainably and cost effectively host our free tours of the […] Read more
posted in Better You, General // 10/15/14
Nearly 250 adults and children attended the September Play Day on the Atlanta BeltLine at Adair Park II, hosted by Atlanta ContactPoint, together with local coaches and organizations, we will provide a free day of sports, fit­ness, arts, and health education. The event featured dozens of sports and activities, including hockey, skating, basketball, kickball, softball, […] Read more
posted in Community Love, General, Programs // 10/13/14
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is well known for its ability to facilitate relationships with and bring together partner organizations to drive innovation and progress. In recognition of the Atlanta BeltLine as a model of successful public-private partnership, on September 18, 2014, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) toured 31leaders of other nonprofit organizations around the […] Read more
posted in Community Love // 10/10/14
We know the Atlanta BeltLine bus tours are a great way to tour the massive redevelopment project’s reach in the city, but it may come as a surprise that they’ve also been a source of creative inspiration for some fans of the Atlanta BeltLine. For Alan Thornton, that’s exactly how the song “Never Alone on the […] Read more
posted in Better You, Get Involved, Plan, Public Health // 10/10/14
How can the Atlanta BeltLine help you be healthier? Do you want more free exercise classes, kids’ activities and nutrition initiatives? What health resources should the Atlanta BeltLine connect with in your community? This Monday at 6:00PM at Trees Atlanta, we want you to join us and answer these questions. YOU can shape the next […] Read more
posted in Events // 10/03/14
Atlanta BeltLine fans joined us for the 6th annual Atlanta BeltLine Night at the Braves on Tuesday, Sept. 16, when the Atlanta Braves competed against the Washington Nationals. The Nationals took home the victory, but a good time was had by all! We were excited to offer a Happy Hour leading up to the game […] Read more
Over a six-to-eight-week window of time this summer, approximately 30 3rd through 6th graders are participating in the Atlanta BeltLine Youth Run Club, a program designed to teach children the importance of fitness and running as a method of fitness which is also part of other sports they play. “Getting Atlanta youth out and running […] Read more
More than 900 feet of photography featured on the Eastside Trail installation ATLANTA – As part of the 2014 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition, Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) is partnering with United Photo Industries of NY to exhibit “The Fence,” a photographic installation consisting of more than 900 feet of work from photographers selected […] Read more
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