Join Freedom Park Conservancy on a brisk urban hike and explore one of Atlanta’s largest green spaces!
On the morning of December 8th, Freedom Park Conservancy Board Chair Harriett Lane, an experienced tour guide, will lead attendees on a < 5 mile trek on the Freedom Park PATH trail. Attendees will learn about the history of Freedom Park and FPC’s plans for its future while enjoying the sites and sounds of this urban oasis, sipping hot chocolate along the way!
Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. Families welcome.
This event is free but donations to Freedom Park Conservancy are welcome! You can donate by clicking below or in person at the event.
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Light up Freedom Park on our Radiant Ride!
Join Freedom Park Conservancy at 6pm on December 16th as we create a sparkling spectacle through one of Atlanta’s largest public parks.
The Radiant Ride is free and open to all to participate, no registration necessary. Bring your friends and help us highlight what Freedom Park has to offer! Decorate your bikes (and yourself) in lights for this night time event.
We will gather at Condesa Coffee at 6pm. Attendees are encouraged to bike to Condesa, but there is limited street and deck parking on John Wesley Dobbs Avenue.
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reposted from HuffPost Healthy Living
Losing weight is America’s most popular New Year’s resolution. And many people stick to their resolutions — well, at least for the first month or so. With more than one-third of adults and nearly 20 percent of youth considered obese in the United States, it’s no wonder we all want to shed a few pounds. We know that eating better (more fresh fruits and veggies) and getting a minimum of 30 minutes (60 for kids) of exercise each day can help us reach a healthier weight, but how does our environment impact our health and wellness plans?
Read the rest here,there are lots of great links and information in the article – good news for neighbors of Freedom Park!