Inman Park & Little Five Points
Inman Park is a neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, and its first planned suburb. It was named for Samuel M. Little Five Points (also L5P or LFP or Little Five) is a district in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, east of downtown./5
Missing cat adopted from our friends at PAWS Atlanta is missing in the Little Five Points and Inman Park areas of...
Freedom Park is the collaboration of the Poncey, Inman Park & Little Five Points. See all of the homes on market here
I have enjoyed reading all of these posts.I lived near Little Five Points on Sterling St. My parents grew up there and attended Bass High School. I LOVED looking at my Mom's old scrapbooks. I attended Candler Park Baptist Church and Mary Lin Elementary School (19651968). I remember Inman Park Library, The Varsity, Krispy Kreme Donuts, Zestos, flying kites at Candler Park, Rich's Great Tree, The Pink Pig, shopping with my aunt downtown, the hippies,.too many memories to mention. These things are just a small part of my heritage, memories I will always treasure!
ATLANTA CAMP is proud to announce its participation in the worldwide “GLOBAL CANNABIS MARCH”. The event is scheduled in Atlanta to begin at Freedom Park in Little Five Points on Saturday May 4th. The public will assemble @ 11:30 am in Freedom Park on the southside of Moreland Avenue, in front of the Freedom Park sign. The MARCH is scheduled to begin at 11:30 am and will stay on the sidewalks to Findley Park in Little Five Points. From Findley Park the march will proceed southwest down Euclid Avenue to Inman Park at Euclid Avenue and Hurt Street. (behind the Inman Park MARTA station) If you didn't march with us ~ TAKE MARTA to the festival. THE GREAT ATLANTA POT FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD IN THE PARK. SPEAKERS, MUSIC and INFORMATION for cannabis reform efforts in Georgia will be featured in the Park. The public is invited to join us in support. We have had successful events in Findley Plaza for the last five years. In the past we have sponsored many events in Piedmont Park. In 1992, we assembled over 50,000 ...
Day 3 was MUCH better!!! Weather was incredible! Route really showed off ATL to everyone...GT campus, Virginia-Highlands, Piedmont Park, Inman Park, N. Druid Hills golf course, Fernbank Park, Freedom Pkwy...!! A few hills but pathways were great. And I saw Dr. John Kennedy working the Medical tent @ lunch time. Glad I only needed a hug from him. My back wasn't a problem today. Yea! We finished with close to 18 miles so a total of around 64 miles for the 3days!!! No wonder I'm ready to hit the bed! =} We did end the event with our annual celebration at Front Page News in Little Five Points. Dayna, Jon and Elysia held two tables for us...not an easy feat for outdoor dining on a sunny Sunday. Anyway, all the teammates and 3 spouses were able to get to together! I will miss being with my teammates. Thank you again for all of you who supported me monetarily and with faith & prayers!
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