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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Members of Atlanta’s fastest growing population segment get up-close-and-personal on the Eastside Trail ATLANTA (September 27, 2016) – In collaboration with the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta City Councilman and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. board member Andre Dickens offered a group of the city’s “golden citizens” an up-close-and-personal experience during his annual Senior Atlanta BeltLine Walk. Now […] Read more
Interested Community-Based Health Organizations Encouraged to Apply for Program Funding The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP) and Kaiser Permanente of Georgia (KPGA) have announced Westside Trail Community Health Grants, a new program designed to provide funding to organizations interested in developing and implementing unique, health-related programming in communities along the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail corridor. This […] Read more
Funding contribution announced at the Atlanta BeltLine’s Fall Play Day ATLANTA, GA – Cigna, a global health service company, announced yesterday that it will be providing funding to support more than 500 free fitness classes at the Atlanta BeltLine, Atlanta’s sustainable redevelopment project and network of public parks, multi-use trails and transit. Through a unique […] Read more
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
Strategy Will Guide Atlanta BeltLine Program through its Completion in 2030 Atlanta, GA – Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s (ABI) Board of Directors unanimously approved the Atlanta BeltLine 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP), which will guide the citywide transportation and redevelopment program through its completion. The first seven years of the program generated a roughly 3:1 return […] Read more
posted in Events, Public Health // 11/06/13
Nearly 40 youth between the ages of five and 19 joined us for the first Atlanta BeltLine Street Cup – presented by the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Soccer in the Streets – on Sunday, October 27 at D.H. Stanton Park. With walk-up registrations and game-day team formations, the event provided an opportunity for all to […] Read more
posted in Events, Health & Fitness, Public Health // 10/28/13
Aerobics, Bike Riding, and Trail Yoga – Oh My! The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is encouraging Atlantans to get out and get active on the Atlanta BeltLine, and is making that easier through new health programming that includes free, fun fitness activities at parks and trails around the Atlanta BeltLine. From aerobics to FitWit and REI-led […] Read more
The 2013 National Brownfields Conference came to Atlanta on May 15 of this year, and the Atlanta BeltLine was a prominent presence. The Conference convenes every 18 months and is the largest event in the nation focusing on environmental revitalization and economic redevelopment. Brownfields are defined by the Environmental Protection Agency as property that has […] Read more
posted in Press Releases, Public Health // 05/21/13
The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has been awarded grant funding from The Coca-Cola Foundation as part of its active healthy living initiative and The Coca-Cola Company’s global anti-obesity campaign. The Coca-Cola Foundation awarded a $100,000 grant to help fund Atlanta BeltLine health initiatives, including free and reduced-price fitness classes in the parks around the Atlanta BeltLine […] Read more
posted in Eastside Trail, Public Health // 04/22/13
By Atlanta BeltLine Blog contributor Melanie Lasoff Levs, reported in March 2013. If you have visited the Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine even once, you have noticed its diversity – the scenery, the bikes and dogs (and other animals on and off leashes), and, most obviously, the people. Every day, people of all ages, […] Read more
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