2016 Lantern Parade

The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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Several hundred people enjoyed a glorious fall day in the park this past Saturday at the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s third and final Play Day of 2016. The site was Boulevard Crossing Park in Chosewood Park, which opened in the fall of 2011 and sits on the southern edge of the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. This is the […] Read more
On April 12, 2016, Georgia’s Own Credit Union (GOCU), in partnership with Park Pride, held a volunteer service day along the City of Atlanta’s Arthur Langford, Jr. Park. The event highlighted how by working together, organizations across the City can play a key role in taking care of the communities where they conduct business touching […] Read more
posted in Community Love // 12/23/15
On December 12, 2015 southwest Atlanta residents were greeted with beautiful skies and an inviting atmosphere as the Atlanta BeltLine held its first neighborhood meet & greet at Kipp Strive Academy. Around 40 neighborhood residents came out to enjoy a jam packed day of fun and learning as the Atlanta BeltLine team was able to introduce themselves […] Read more
posted in Atlanta BeltLine News, Community Love // 09/18/15
Creative Loafing’s Best of ATL Awards for 2015 have been announced, and the Atlanta BeltLine cleaned up in Reader’s Picks categories! (Thank you, CL readers & Atlanta BeltLine supporters!) Among the honors bestowed upon the transportation and redevelopment project were: Best free thing to do Best jogging path Best new thing about Atlanta Best place to ride your […] 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
posted in Community Love, Eastside Trail, Volunteer // 04/30/15
The Atlanta Hawks partnered with the Arrow Exterminators to host the “Threes for Trees” program, donating to Trees Atlanta for each three-pointer made by the team at home during the regular season. The Hawks and Arrow Exterminators presented Trees Atlanta with a $10,000 check on April 10, 2015 to support the Arboretum efforts. Atlanta Hawks […] Read more
posted in Community Love // 10/31/14
Creative Loafing has released their annual Best of Atlanta issue, and the Atlanta BeltLine has come up with some wins again! Critics picked the Southwest Connector Spur Trail and the Lionel Hampton Trail as the Best Place to Ride Your Bike. For those of you that have not visited this scenic area of southwest Atlanta, […] Read more
posted in Community Love, 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 Community Love // 08/11/14
The Mayor’s Summer Reading Club selected Amari’s Bike Adventure for its pre-K to first grade age group this year, which features a story that takes place on the Atlanta BeltLine. In the story, Amari is excited to ride her bike in the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Lantern Parade, but still needs to learn how to ride without training wheels. With a little […] Read more
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