Please participate in the Lantern Parade in Place - fun for kids and families:
Each year since 2010, intown residents have enjoyed the Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade. This event has attracted nearly 70,000 persons in recent years. Because of the pandemic, this year’s event will be a parade in place, and nearby neighborhoods are participating.
VHCA is encouraging Virginia-Highland neighbors to participate in Light Up Virginia-Highland with Lanterns by decorating their porches and yards with homemade lanterns.
Decorate the front of your home or porch with lanterns and lights. Take a photo and post on social media with #BeltLineParadeinPlace.
September 24, 25, 26
The Krewe of the Grateful Glutton (the creator and host of the Beltline Lantern Parade) will make unannounced pop-up appearances in BeltLine neighborhoods from 8 to 10 PM.
September 26, 7 - 9 PM
Virginia-Highland neighbors can walk their block to see lantern lights. Wearing masks and social distancing is important, of course.
Sooo… get your creative juices going and plan for lanterns on your porch or in your yard this month. Looking forward to significant participation. Post with #BeltLineParadeinPlace to share ideas or show off your work of art! ...
The Virginia-Highland Civic Association (VHCA) is pleased to announce the following 2020 grants:
- Springdale Park Elementary PTO - $1,500
- David T. Howard Middle School Foundation - $750
- David T. Howard Middle School PTO - $750
- Grady High School Foundation - $750
- Grady High School PTSA - $750 ...