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October 2, 2014
New Study Group Series Looks at the Atlanta BeltLine and Health The
Atlanta BeltLine is asking for input in developing a fun culture of
health and activity in Atlanta. Join us during any of the upcoming study
group dates this October to discuss "Health on the Atlanta BeltLine."
These meetings will include an open forum presentation followed by
discussions to identify, create and provide unique opportunities for
healthier, more sustainable living in Atlanta BeltLine communities.
Adults and kids of all ages are invited to join us for another Play Day on the Atlanta BeltLine on Saturday, October 19th.
This event brings everyone together for a FREE day of sports and
activities, in partnership with Atlanta Contact Point, including soccer,
tennis, basketball, ultimate frisbee, flag football, lacrosse, rugby,
volleyball, baseball, softball, dance, gaelic sports, circus arts,
martial arts, and MORE!
a generous donation from The James M. Cox Foundation/PATH Foundation
leading the way, we are deeply grateful to the many donors who are
supporting our current $12.5 million fundraising effort to build the
Atlanta BeltLine on the Westside, among other priorites. Learn more →
can still own a piece of the Atlanta BeltLine, with a limited-edition
slice of the original rail that ran along the corridor. Only 305 of
these beautiful pieces, hand-cut and stamped by local blacksmith Jason
Smith, remain. Get yours now!
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar Environmental Assessments
Please join us during the Westside Study Group Meeting
to learn which route options and MARTA connections will formally move
forward in the Federal Environmental Assessment. We will also learn
about the overall transit system plan and next steps.