This Week in Atlanta

This week is a little lighter than last week but there are a still a few good events on tap.  The big event this week is the Beltline Night at the Braves on Wednesday.  Purchase your tickets through the link below and 50% of the proceeds will go to the beltline.  Unfortunately, I don't get the opportunity to attend all of the events that we post here on GreenPeaches but every once in a while we run across a good recap of one.  Two weeks ago, the GreenBusiness Works 2009 conference was held at the Cobb Galleria and the Verus Carbon Neutral Blog has a good run down here.  Last week, we had the opportunity to hear Nick Conable, Sr. Project Manager for the Beltline, address the Sierra Club Metro Atlanta Chapter about the current state and future of the Beltline.  It is very apparent that it is happening and that there is a lot of momentum behind it.  There are five new parks that are set to open by the end of next year.  Also, Cox Conserves named Don Wells, co-founder of Mountain Stewards, its 2009 Cox Conserves Hero.

Sept 14 (Monday)

7pm - 9pm - Oakhurst Community Garden - Growing a Fall and Winter Vegetable Garden ($,R)

Sept 15 (Tuesday)

4pm - 8pm - Whistlestop Farmer's Market - Norcross

6pm - 630pm - Southeast Beltline 101

6pm - 630pm - Atlanta Bicycle Coalition - Bike to the Braves

7pm - 10pm - Beltline Night at the Braves ($)

Sept 16 (Wednesday)

6pm 9pm - An Audubon Evening @ The Chattahoochee Nature Center ($,R)

Sept 17 (Thursday)

6pm - 10pm - Atlanta Botanical Garden - Cocktails in the Garden ($,R)

730pm - 930pm - Atlanta Mayoral Forum

Sept 18 (Friday)

No Events Scheduled

Sept 19 (Saturday)

8am - 12pm - Lawrenceville Farmer's Market

8am - 12pm - Suwanee Farmer's Market

8am - 1230pm - Alpharetta Farmer's Market

8am - 4pm - Keep Atlanta Beautiful - Electronics Recycling Day @ Grady High School

8am - 5pm - Georgia Organics - Fundamentals of Organic Farming & Gardening ($,R,3 weekend class)

830am - 12pm - Peachtree Road Farmer's Market

9am - 4pm - Living Green Pages - Living Green Festival in Chastain Park

9am - 12pm - Trees Atlanta - Planting - See Website for Details

9am - 12pm - Serenbe Farmer's Market

9am - 1pm - Piedmont Park Green Market

430pm - 530pm - Trees Atlanta - Midtown Treek Walk with Walter Reeves ($,R)

Sept 20 (Sunday)

1pm - 5pm - Georgia Organics - Fundamentals of Organic Farming & Gardening ($,R,3 weekend class)

2pm - 5pm - Oakhurst Community Garden - Get the Buzz: An Introduction to Beekeeping ($,R)

3pm - 6pm -Atlanta Bicycle Coalition - Heart of the City Bike Tour ($,R,M)

 

Ongoing Activities

Tour LEED Certified Chattahoochee Nature Center - Mondays & Thursdays @ 1pm, Sundays @ 4pm (General Admission, Members Free)

Naturalist Led Canoe Trips from the Chattahoochee Nature Center - August - Saturdays 830am - 11am

This Week in Environmental History

Sept 16 - Montreal Protocol Signed by 24 Nations - 1987


$ - Event Costs Money
R - Registration Required
P - Private Event Invite Only
M - Group Membership Required
V - Volunteer Event

If you know of any other events, please add them in the comments.