Livable Buckhead will unveil proposed designs for crosswalks that would designate where PATH400 runs through the Lindbergh area at an event Nov. 4.
The organization hired local artists to create “bold” and “colorful” designs for the crosswalks, according to a press release. The public will chose the winning design, and voting will begin at the Nov. 4 event, which will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. at the beginning of PATH400 at 2323 Piedmont Road.
The dog and family-friendly event, called “Trails, Tails and Ales,” will also include free yoga sessions, live music, yard games and trail tours, according to the release. Food trucks scheduled to be on site include Namaste, Grubbin’ Out, Atlanta Seafood Company, A Haute Cookie and King Kabob, the release says.
Parking in the area is limited and Livable Buckhead encourages visitors to ride MARTA to the nearby Lindbergh MARTA Station or use a ride-share service, such as Uber or Lyft.
Earlier that day from 10 a.m. to noon, Livable Buckhead is co-hosting a Peachtree Creek clean-up event with CH@RM, the South Fork Conservancy and the Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission.
Volunteers participating in the event will meet at 2323 Piedmont Road between 9:30 and 10 a.m. and a shuttle will bring them to the creek. For more information about the clean-up project and to sign up, visit Hands On Atlanta’s website.