Fit23 Wellness Program

Pittsburgh Yards 352 University Ave SW, Atlanta, GA, United States

MC Healthcare, Inc. and Atlanta Beltline Partnership, are collaborating to offer a NEW & EXCITING wellness program to Atlanta's District 12 Community. The Fit23 Wellness Program kicked off August 20th in Pittsburgh, Adair Park, Capitol View … Continue Reading →


FUNctional Strength

Grant Park (Parking Deck) 718 Boulevard Southeast, Atlanta, GA, United States

CUT Body: FUNctional Strength is 35-45 minutes of good music, strength, dynamic stretch and mixed cardio-based exercises that will assist you with tools to help you achieve your fitness and … Continue Reading →


Indigenous Stickball Game

Atlanta, GA, United States

For the first time in over 200 years, Indigenous Stickball will be played by native nations on traditional Muscogee Land in the heart of Atlanta. Organized by Chickasaw and Choctaw member, Addison Karl, in collaboration with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and Emory University, the Southeast Woodlands Stickball Summit will showcase the history and future of the game to the public.

Westside Trail – Segment 3 Ribbon-Cutting

720 Law Street, Atlanta, GA 30318 720 Law Street, Atlanta, GA, United States

Please join Mayor Andre Dickens Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and The PATH Foundation for the Grand Opening Of The Westside Trail – Segment 3 Tuesday, October 18, 2022 10:00 a.m. Location: Westside Trail … Continue Reading →


Power Hour w/ Fulton Fit Academy

Adair Park I 742 Catherine St. SW Atlanta, GA, US 3031 742 Catherine St. SW, Atlanta, GA, United States

  Power Hour w/ Fulton Fit Academy This class will be a 45 minute metabolic conditioning (MetCon) class that will combine both strength training and cardio conditioning. Each class will … Continue Reading →

Virtual Event


Historic Fourth Ward Park 680 Dallas St., Atlanta, GA, United States

Energizing sixty-minute workout for all ages! Join us for fun, free fitness on the Atlanta BeltLine! Led by Young at Heart Fitness, aerobics classes are designed for all ages and … Continue Reading →