Castleberry Hill Loft Tour October 22nd!

Posted by on Oct 21, 2016 in News |


The Castleberry Hill Neighborhood Association’s (CHNA) Castleberry Hill Loft Tour will be held October 22nd 11am – 5pm, throughout the historic Atlanta neighborhood. The Loft Tour is excited to welcome attendees to the Landmark District to explore hand-selected lofts and the neighborhood’s distinctive art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and businesses. Make sure to check out and follow us on social media for the latest updates!



For Media Inquires:
Kim Singleton – Brite Creative

Photography Shoutout:
Calvin Lockwood

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Castleberry Hill Annual Trick or Treat Parade and Pumpkin Carving – Oct 29th

Posted by on Oct 21, 2016 in News |

DSC_0002.NEFIt’s almost time for our annual trick or treat parade! The Saturday, October 29th parade is open to all adults, kids, and pets. Please see details below:

3:00 p.m: Pumpkin Carving and snacks at Bottle Rocket

5:00 p.m.: Assemble for parade route and trick or treating through our neighborhood

If you wish to participate, please email by Monday,OCTOBER 24, so I may get an accurate count of participants and stops. The final route and participant count will be emailed to everyone on Thursday, October 27.

1) If you wish to be a STOP, please provide me your name, building/business, phone number. Suggested handouts include candy, toys, dog treats, adult beverages…

2) If you wish to walk in parade, please provide name(s) of adults, kids, pets

If you have any questions that may apply to all, please comment. If not, you may email at:

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October CHNA General Body Meeting, Oct 17th, 7pm

Posted by on Oct 17, 2016 in News |


CHNA General Body meeting is October 17th, 7pm at No Mas! upstairs. The social will follow at Meikos, 102 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, 8pm. September’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! 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, October 17th!


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ELEVATE Microcosm Oct 13th-21st

Posted by on Oct 16, 2016 in News |

elevate2The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is excited to host the sixth annual ELEVATE public art festival this coming October 13-21! The theme of this year’s ELEVATE public art festival is Microcosm. Artists will explore how a community reflects the larger world around it. Four curators have assembled more than 200 artists to create contemporary art and cultural events in order to spark dialogue around how a community deals with social, racial, and economic issues ranging from inequity to gentrification. ELEVATE Microcosm will take place in south downtown Atlanta, primarily on Broad Street SW. This emerging cultural district seeks to use creativity to build community and inspire constructive change in collaboration with the area’s stakeholders.

The curators of Microcosm represent a sample of the diverse Atlanta art community. The curatorial team is made up of Allie Bashuk, Monica Campana, Mark DiNatale, and Pastiche Lumumba. They aim to bring often whispered conversations out into the streets through public art, dialog, and performance. South Downtown, like the rest of our city, and country, is situated at a crucial moment in its history. This time and space is a Microcosm from which we can unpack a multidimensional dialogue about the past, present, and future of cultural value in South Downtown.


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Atlanta Streets Alive! Oct 23rd

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in News |


Organized by Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, the fourth Atlanta Streets Alive (ASA) of the year will take place on Sunday, October 23rd from 2pm-6pm. Come celebrate Atlanta’s signature Peachtree Street, from Downtown to Midtown.

They will close the streets to cars and open them to people. Bring your bicycle or your feet, and get ready to explore your community streets in a safer, healthier, more livable way.

Though you may “start” anywhere along the route, the kickoff will happen at 16th & Peachtree Street (outside the High Museum.) The Atlanta Streets Alive Bicycle Parade will line up at 1:30 at this location, and roll down the route at 2pm.

Sunday, October 23, 2016  2-6 pm

Opportunities for volunteers and businesses, as well as detailed information can be found at

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Help Build Castleberry Hill’s Trenholm Community Space

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in News |

The Castleberry Hill Athletic Club is raising money to build a soccer field and community pop-up space right here in Castleberry Hill! This is an amazing community project. They’ve come a long way and have worked really hard, but they need a little bit more to get the project done. Click on the link and check it out. If you like what you see…ya know, maybe throw ’em a little somethin’ eh’? any amount helps!!!

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