This Week in Atlanta

This week is a busy one here in Atlanta.  To start the week off, the local conviviums of Slow Food USA are holding Eat-Ins for the National Day of Action to get Real Food in Our Schools. There are a number of these going on around the area tomorrow.  There are several Beltline 101 sessions going on.  So, if you are living in or plan to live in an area where the Beltline will go through, you have an opportunity to give your input.  There are several networking events this week and we have the Atlanta Arts Festival this weekend.  Try to get out and take part in something this week.  I am planning on attending the Sierra Club Metro Atlanta Chapter meeting on Tuesday.

Sept 7 (Monday)

7am - 4pm - Atlanta Bicycle Coalition - Labor Day Share the Road Challenge

11am - 1pm - Slow Food USA National Day of Action - East Cobb (R)

11am - 2pm - Slow Food USA National Day of Action - Buckhead (R)

12pm - 3pm - Slow Food USA National Day of Action - Atlanta (R)

12pm - 3pm - Slow Food USA National Day of Action - Gwinnett (R)

Sept 8 (Tuesday)

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

6pm - 630pm - Westside Beltline 101

6pm - 9pm - US Green Building Council - GA Chapter Green Scene Networking Event (R)

7pm - 9pm - The Homeowner's Guide to Green Remodeling Seminar @ Decatur Library

7pm - 10pm - Sierra Club - Metro Atlanta Chapter Meeting - Will Atlanta have a Beltline?

Sept 9 (Wednesday)

1145am - 130pm - Green Chamber of the South - Green Wednesdays ($,R)
6pm - 630pm - Northside Beltline 101

Sept 10 (Thursday)

Cox Conserves will Announce Its 2009 Local Hero Award Winner

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

7pm - 9pm - Sierra Club & Citizens for Progressive Transit - Hot Planet, Cold Drinks

Sept 11 (Friday)

No Events Scheduled

Sept 12 (Saturday)

8am - 12pm - Lawrenceville Farmer's Market

8am - 12pm - Suwanee Farmer's Market

8am - 1230pm - Alpharetta Farmer's Market

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

9am - 11pm - Kids Fishing Event - Chattahoochee National Recreation Area ($,R)

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

9am - 12pm - Serenbe Farmer's Market

9am - 1pm - Piedmont Park Green Market

9am - 4pm - Atlanta Audubon Society - 2009 Wildlife Sanctuary Backyard Tour ($,R)

9am - 5pm - American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association Conference ($,R)

10am - 12pm - Kwanza Hall/GreenCell Community Clean-Up

10am - 7pm - Atlanta Arts Festival

12pm - 1230pm - Southwest Beltline 101

Sept 13 (Sunday)

830am - 3pm - American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association Conference ($,R)

10am - 6pm - Atlanta Arts Festival

3pm - 5pm - Oakhurst Community Garden - Hands On Fall Vegetable Planting ($,R)

6pm - 9pm - An Audubon Evening ($,R)

 

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

 


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