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Tree Time: A Living History Walk
November 12 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
Join us for the first event in The City is a Circle, a series of free walks, talks, and urban adventures on the Atlanta BeltLine, running the second Sunday of each month through April 2024.
The first installment, Tree Time: A Living History Walk, will be a full-day guided tour between two of the oldest trees along the Atlanta BeltLine.
During the walk, you’ll have the chance to witness over seven miles of ancient, changing, and connected landscapes, and hear from community leaders and memory-keepers including Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Scholar-in-Residence Rachel Parish, Ann Hill Bond, and Heather Bird Harris.
The walk begins at Ashview Community Gardens and ends at Atlanta Memorial Park.
Along the way, you’ll explore the developed and undeveloped parts of the BeltLine as well as the surrounding neighborhoods, navigating through industrial infrastructure and wild spaces.
The trip will be about seven miles of walking in total. Comfortable shoes are recommended. Snacks and lunch will be provided.
To learn more about the event — and reserve your free spot — click here.