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 General // 06/22/15
On June 6, 2015 Invest Atlanta, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., and many others partnered to host the first Westside Trail Open House Walking Tour. Music, games, and fun lined the streets of the Adair Park neighborhood as over 500 future and current homeowners were introduced to available homes for sale near the Westside Trail. The free […] Read more
posted in Learn // 06/17/15
This article was originally published in Atlanta VeloCity Magazine, Issue #10, June/July 2015. It’s that time of year again when the birds are chirping and the pollen is a yellow haze around our heads. As the weather warms up, more and more people take to the Atlanta BeltLine to jog, hike, and cycle their way through the […] Read more
This past semester, Georgia State University professor Adina Langer led a Master’s class in history: Theory and Practice of Digital History. As a semester-long assignment, the students were required to study the Atlanta BeltLine from a historical perspective, focusing on a topic with geographical ties to the railroad corridor. The project culminated in the Rail Corridor […] Read more
The Eastside Trail has a new art installation that pays homage to Trees Atlanta and its Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum program. The installation, “33 Oaks,” is a collection of stainless steel leaf sculptures representing 33 species of oaks native to Georgia. These art pieces are not only nice to look at; they also serve as an educational tool for […] Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine is so much more than just trails, and our parks are true gems along the city’s “emerald necklace.” We hope our “Park of the Month” series will help you find greenspaces on the Atlanta BeltLine that you haven’t discovered yet, and maybe even show you something new about your favorite parks! This month, we are […] Read more
posted in General // 05/27/15
With gorgeous weather, great food, fun games and fantastic performances, more than 1000 Atlantans gathered on the city’s Westside for the inaugural Atlanta BeltLine Jamboree on Saturday, May 17. In Washington Park and along the Westside, people from Atlanta neighborhoods and across the region enjoyed Atlanta Jazz Festival performances, delicious food truck treats, Monday Night […] Read more
posted in General, Press Releases, Westside Trail // 05/26/15
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has successfully completed its most recent capital campaign to support the building of the Westside Trail. Inspired by a lead gift of $5 million from Jim Kennedy through The James M. Cox Foundation / PATH Foundation and invigorated by a number of donations of $500,000 or more, the $12.5 million campaign […] Read more
Largest outdoor temporary exhibition in the south awarded for excellence in public works of art On May 19, 2015, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. accepted an Award of Excellence for the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. Awards of Excellence are presented to programs, projects and individuals who significantly contribute toward the enhancement of the City of […] Read more
posted in Events, Park of the Month, Parks // 05/22/15
The Atlanta BeltLine is so much more than just trails, and our parks are true gems along the city’s “emerald necklace.” We hope our “Park of the Month” series will help you find greenspaces on the Atlanta BeltLine that you haven’t discovered yet, and maybe even show you something new about your favorite parks! May’s Park of the […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Transit // 05/21/15
On Tuesday, May 12, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Senate Bill 4 (SB4) to provide a way for public/private partnerships to finance Atlanta BeltLine transit, trails, parks, and streetscapes. Across the nation, the cost of providing public infrastructure continues to rise while the amount of public funding available is becoming less certain. Georgia state […] Read more
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