June CHNA General Body Meeting, June 20th, 7pm

Posted by on Jun 19, 2016 in News |


CHNA General Body meeting is June 20th, 7pm, at No Mas! Cantina (upstairs). The social will follow at Poco Mas! at 8pm. May’s meeting minutes can be found on the meetings page along with the upcoming agenda.  If you’d like to get involved and stay up to date on community happenings, be sure to attend.

If you haven’t paid your membership dues this year, we sure would appreciate your support – there’s so much we have in store this year! Just go to the Join CHNA link under the Association tab on the website. From there, choose your membership level and tell it you forgot your password so it will set you up in our new membership database whether you’re a new or previous member. It’s super quick and easy. It’s especially important if you’re a business to fill out/update all your info and attach your logo for any future promotions or marketing opportunities for neighborhood events.

Membership is open to all residents (18 years or older) living within the neighborhood boundaries. Visit the Membership page today to support your neighborhood.  Individual membership is $25.00 and you can pay via check or PayPal. Businesses currently pay $100 and  secures you a spot on the Art Stroll Maps.

See you at the meeting on Monday, June 20th!


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Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site Needs Your Vote

Posted by on Jun 19, 2016 in News |

MLKvoteThe Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site needs your help! They are competing with 19 other National Parks for part of a $2 million grant to raise awareness of the importance of preserving historic places. www.VoteYourPark.org/historicmlk

The public is encouraged to vote for their favorite parks through July 5 on VoteYourPark.org, the online portal hosted by National Geographic, this year’s media partner, to determine which sites will receive preservation grants. The public is also invited to share their experiences on social media and celebrate these sites using #VoteYourPark.

See the attached press release for full details.

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Doc B Cares 2016 Summer Educational Trip

Posted by on Jun 19, 2016 in News |

docb2Doc B Cares, Inc Travels Back in Time to Washington, Dc and Jamestown, Yorktown & Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia July 11- 15.  The cost of the trip is $350.00 per youth and donations are being accepted by Paypal at www.docbcares.org.

Located at 251 Walker St SW, Doc B Cares, Inc is invested in nurturing the scholarship, entrepreneurship and leadership potential of the whole child by providing academic, social and civic activities. Dr. Blackshear, CEO, has had many success stories and with your support they can continue to help shapes the lives of youth.

For more information or to volunteer contact 404-694-7690.

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Castleberry Hill 2nd Friday Art Stroll, July 8th, 7-10pm

Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in News |

artstrollimageCome stroll and shop through Castleberry Hill, Atlanta’s historic arts district, during the next installment of the 2nd Friday ArtStroll, the Best Art Stroll in Atlanta and named One of the Top 10 Arts Districts in the Country!  Check out the latest feature in Time Out Atlanta’s ‘Top 10 Things to do this Summer’!

Visit fascinating and diverse galleries and get a taste of what Atlanta has to offer.  Neighborhood businesses and restaurants will be open and welcoming you to our little corner of Atlanta!

Visit the 2nd Friday Art Stroll Facebook Page  for more Art Stroll pics and happenings, or the  Castleberry Hill Neighborhood Association website to find out more about the neighborhood, local businesses, and events!

Tweeting during the Stroll? Make sure to follow us @Castleberry411 and tweet the Art Stroll love with #CHArtStroll throughout the night and get your friends down here! #atlantaartliveshere

For the latest Art Stroll Event Info check out the facebook page! For directions to Castleberry Hill click here and for the full business map click here



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Castleberry Hill Loft featured on MA Architecture Tour

Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in News |

unnamedDon’t miss the MA Architecture Tour & International Design Exhibition June 11-12, 10am-4pm. This years line-up features a Concept Kitchen in Mueller Lofts.

After a successful 2015 North American launch in Atlanta, Naber’s Concept Kitchen, designed by Kilian Schindler, is back as part of the MA! Architecture Tour and MA International Design Expo. Visitors have the opportunity to see this multi award-winning modular-based kitchen applied in a real world project located in Castleberry Hill.  Tickets are available at Eventbrite.

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CycleHop Bike-Share Launch

Posted by on Jun 9, 2016 in News |

bike-share-bikeAtlanta’s bike-share program, operated by CycleHop, launches Thursday with 100 bikes at 10 downtown stations. Thursday’s event marks the beginning of the demonstration phase with 100 bike-share bikes and 10 stations in downtown Atlanta.

Castleberry’s bike station is located at the Nelson Street Bridge. Other installation sites include:

– Broad Street (Broad Street & Mitchell Street)
– M. Rich Center (MLK Jr. Drive & Pryor Street)
– City Hall (Trinity Avenue & Central Avenue)
– Underground Atlanta (Peachtree Street & Wall Street)
– GSU Arts & Humanities (Gilmer Street & Peachtree Center Avenue)
– GSU Petit Science Center (Piedmont Avenue & Decatur Street)
– Woodruff Park (Auburn Avenue & Park Place)
– Sweet Auburn Market (Jesse Hill Jr. Drive & Coca Cola Place)
– Hardy Ivy Park (Peachtree Street & Baker Street)
– Nelson Street Bridge (Nelson Street & Chapel Street)

Users can choose from four price plans that are based on usage time. The simplest is to pay $8 an hour (prorated). Other plans for regular users run at $15 a month, which allows an hour’s use a day, and $20 a month, which allows 90 minutes a day. There is also a special plan for area university students for $25 a semester that allows for an hour’s time each day.

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Atlanta Streets Alive, June 12th

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016 in News |


On Sunday, June 12th, Atlanta Streets Alive takes over Peachtree Street from Edgewood to 17th Street! The event kicks off at 4:00 p.m. with a bicycle parade, and it continues until 8 p.m. Enjoy biking, skating, walking and rolling down the streets and take part in this fun, free, family-friendly event! This section of Peachtree will be closed to motorized traffic.

Participants can expect a wealth of activities hosted by community organizations and businesses. The Bicycle Parade lineup begins at 3:30pm and wheels hit the ground rolling at 4pm. Decorate yourself and your bike with stripes, in honor of the stripe theme (aka pushing for protected bike lanes\stripes on Peachtree Street.) Join the parade at the intersection of 16th Street & Peachtree Street.

Be sure to use the convenient Interactive Walkabout Map!

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