Milk + Cookies at 787 Windsor in Mechanicsville

On April 7th, Bowe, Inc. will produce and promote Milk + Cookies at 787 Windsor. Milk + Cookies is a dessert themed music event with curated food selections, conceived to explore and satisfy the diverse pallet of Atlanta. Similar to everyone’s favorite
snack pairing, Milk + Cookies, this event blends music genres and creative activities to produce a blissful experience. We will feature live music by eight (8) national and local artists.

I have organized and produced seven (7) previous concerts in Atlanta (at Atlantic Station and Piedmont Park) similar to this where we are assembling all of the necessary components on a site within the city. All of these events were a success and without incident or nuisance to neighboring businesses or residents.

Bowe, Inc. is honored and enthused to be able to host this event in Atlanta. We look forward to engaging with the stakeholders in our neighborhood, in our city and to celebrating Atlanta’s social and cultural connections with the other international cities that will be participating.

If you have any questions, please contact Jhana Grant at

Culture Labs Plaza Party in Summerhill

On April 28th, Culture labs will produce and promote a special event at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Hank Aaron across from the stadium. Their goal is to gather the best local artists together for a single night to show off their artwork accompanied by
delicious treats.

Representing more than just a show, this is a unique experience that will connect a community and celebrate our love of music appreciation. We’re an overall experience. Culture Labs is Honored and enthused to be able to host this event in Atlanta. We look forward to engaging with the stakeholders in our neighborhood, in our city and to celebrating Atlanta’s social and cultural connections with the other international cities that will be participating.

If you have any questions, please contact Jhana Grant at

Emory UHI Poverty Simulation Event-March 24

The Emory University Urban Health Initiative would like to formally invite you to attend a Poverty Simulation Event on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 from 1-4pm at Atlanta Community Food Bank located at: 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd, NW Atlanta, 30318. Admission is free, but spaces are filling quickly, make sure to reserve your seat today!!

Poverty is a true reality and unless you have personally experienced this, it is truly difficult to understand. Attend our poverty simulation and see how you can make a difference in communities all around the nation and the globe stricken by poverty. Our poverty simulation is the real deal, we are interacting with Community Action clients and their personal experiences with poverty.

Heritage Owner-Occupied Rehab Programs

Heritage Owner-Occupied Rehab (OOR) is a new affordable housing initiative to help current lower-income City of Atlanta residents remain in their homes and avoid displacement. Heritage OOR includes three programs offering residents forgivable loans to make critical health and safety repairs on their homes. Senior households aged 55+, military veterans, disabled head of households, and those that have been in their homes for 15+ years will have priority in the programs.

For more information, please reach out to the Program Managers listed below. They will begin accepting applications on April 4, 2018. Please contact the Program Manager for your Council District. (Click here to find your District. Type in your address and look under Administrative Area.)

Council Districts Organization Contact Phone Email
1, 9 & 10 House Proud Lisa Jones 404-437-4246
3 & 4 Meals on Wheels Atlanta Vona Cox 404-351-3889
5, 11 & 12 Synergy Real Estate Program Manager 678-763-1127

NPU-V residents can apply under the Atlanta Heritage program. The citywide program will provide up to $30,000 to eligible City of Atlanta homeowners, and is funded under the Housing Opportunity Bond, a $40 million bond issuance unanimously approved and supported by Atlanta City Council in March 2017. Program details, eligibility guidelines, and FAQs can be found here:


Council District 12 Blueprint Plan + Community Engagement – March 24

The District 12 Neighborhood Blueprint Plan represents the collective vision, goals, and policies of the neighborhoods of Adair Park, Sylvan Hills, Capitol View, and Capitol View Manor. The Blueprint will capture the unique history of the neighborhoods, catalogue community’s assets as well as challenges, and identify catalytic sites and projects to spur redevelopment within the study area. Additionally, the plan will specifically outline strategies to leverage development activity in nearby Fort McPherson and Turner Field, MARTA stations, and commercial redevelopment opportunities at key nodes, along Metropolitan Parkway, and the BeltLine. More importantly, the plan will assist the effected communities in expressing a vision that will establish a quality of growth consistent with the existing character of the neighborhoods.

The plan will utilize its Stakeholder Committee to actively and passively engage the public through events, displays, community meetings, and a community survey. Please continue to check this website for updates on the plan, future events, and to find the posted link to the community survey when it becomes available.

Hosea Feed the Hungry Easter Event Notification 2018

Hosea Feed the Hungry (Hosea Helps) will host its annual Easter Sunday event this year at the Orange Lot of former Turner Field, located at 513 Capitol Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30312, on Sunday, April 1, 2018 from 10:00am to 3:00pm.

This event will be much like our regular holiday dinner events, where we provide food/beverages, clothing, barber services, and more at no cost to those in need. We will also have an Easter service and live performances, as well as fun Easter activities for children.

We will have no lane closures for this event. We expect a moderate impact to the traffic on Capitol Avenue/ Hank Aaron Drive, but nothing that will cause any significant inconvenience to the residents in the area.

As we continue uphold our mission to rescue, restore, and re-stabilize at-risk and homeless individuals and families so they can thrive and become self-sufficient, we encourage you to stop by at our event this Easter Sunday. There will be fun and food for families and individuals alike.

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Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Bike Safety Rodeo

The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office is hosting is yearly Bike Safety Rodeo. The event will include food, instructional stations, bike drawing, music, entertainment, and more. Bring your bike to participate in the riding stations.

Time: 10:00am, Saturday, April 14th
Location: Fulton County Juvenile Courthouse (395 Pryor Street SW)
To register, call 404-612-6624 or go to

Downtown Master Plan Task Force Kickoff Meeting

The Downtown Atlanta Master Plan Task Force will meet for the first time on Thursday, March 15. Information on the event, and registration, is below. Both Summerhill and Mechanicsville are included in the overall plan. Please share this information with people in your community who may be interested in being involved with implementation of the Downtown master plan.


We’re excited to announce the launch of the Downtown Master Plan Task Force. The Task Force will be a key player in helping us implement recommendations from the Downtown Atlanta Master Plan.

The Downtown Master Plan Task Force will have its kick-off meeting on Thursday, March 15 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at The American Hotel.

Attend to learn about the Master Plan and how to stay involved. We’ll also discuss the role of the Task Force and seek your input on how the group functions moving forward.

Follow the link below to register! (please register by March 12)

Inner City Kids Protest Gun Violence

Kids United Club representing youth from Peoplestown will be protesting gun violence at 5pm on Friday, March 9th. They will be at the corner of Haygood and Hank Aaron.

When: Friday 3/9/18 5PM

Where: Corner of Haygood Avenue &
Hank Aaron Drive SW Atlanta 30315

Who: Kids United Club, Parents,
Peoplestown Neighborhood

Contact: Rick McDevitt 404-219- 6685 or
Columbus Ward 404-797- 1195. On Site
Ms. Morgan Waller 678-651- 7071 Age 16
years young