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Festival Clean-Up

Neighbors! Spring is here and that means Festival! Please join us to spruce up the neighborhood and make it shine for all the visitors we'll host during the Festival!!

Everyone is invited! It’s Clean-up Day!
  • What: Pre-Festival Neighborhood Clean-up
  • When: Saturday, April 22 @ 9:00 a.m. (Rain date - Sunday, April 23 @ 9:00am)
  • Where: Euclid Ave at Sprigvale Park 
  • We’ll Have: Leaf and litter bags 
  • You Bring: Gloves, rakes, shovels, blowers
  • Why: To help our Festival footprint shine

Come to Euclid Ave at Springvale Park (where the Big Tent will be for Festival!) to help clean up the neighborhood for a little while, and don't forget to bring your garden gloves, rakes, shovels, blowers if you have any. We will be mulching the neighborhood together, making sure everything looks superb for Festival!

The more we have the shorter and happier the work!

IPNA and Trolley Barn Blood Drive

The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak.  Accordingly, IPNA and the Trolley Barn are co-hosting a blood drive on Thursday, April 9, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at the Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Avenue NE
To schedule an appointment to donate badly needed blood, go to ( and use the sponsor code THETROLLEYBARN. 
To protect us donors, the Red Cross is following these safety procedures, some of which are standard and some heightened:
  • Checking the temperature of staff and donors before entering a drive to make sure they are healthy
  • Providing hand sanitizer for use before the drive, as well as throughout the donation process
  • Spacing beds to follow social distancing practices between blood donors 
  • Increasing enhanced disinfecting of all surfaces and all equipment
  • Routinely wiping down donor-touched areas
  • Wearing gloves and changing gloves with each donor 
  • Using sterile collection sets for every donation
  • Preparing the arm for donation with an aseptic scrub 
You can find an infographic on the Red Cross safety precautions at You can read a letter from the Red Cross medical director at
Please consider donating blood. If you have questions or concerns, you may direct them to Jim Abbot, [email protected] or 404-281-0638. Thank you. 

Responding to COVID-19, Town Halls with Amir Farokhi

Volunteer Fair Cancelled

The Volunteer Fair scheduled for Sunday, March 22, at the Trolley Barn has been cancelled.

March 11 - MR-MU Town Hall With Commissioner Keane

Good afternoon, all,

I have invited Commissioner Tim Keane of the Department of City Planning, and Keyetta Holmes, Interim Director of Zoning, to join us for a public conversation on MR-MU zoning designation and the City’s intent, expectations, and guidelines for it. All are welcome.

While the conversation may be shaped, in part, by MR-MU zoning in the Old Fourth Ward, other neighborhoods in District 2 will also be invited.

Please mark your calendar for Tuesday, March 11, at 6pm-7:30pm at the new Station 464 Apartment Homes (464 Boulevard NE 30308). A big thank you to Wingate for hosting us that evening.

All the best,

Amir Farokhi
Atlanta City Council
Councilmember, District 2

Next Hulsey Master Plan Workshop

Next Hulsey Master Plan Workshop -
Saturday July 13th!

The planners at Lord Aeck & Sargent have spent the last month digesting the feedback from the pop-up studio.  They will have three different plans to present to the community.  Your vote and opinions matter - please pencil in some time to attend and provide your input!

Did you know the analysis and results from last month's pop-up studio are available online?  Check out the Hulsey Master Plan website to view it:

Reminder - Inman Park Fourth of July Party

Inman Park Social

Join the Inman Park Neighborhood Association and it's 21 volunteer committees for our first ever Inman Park Social! We'll have food trucks, free beer and wine, live music and opportunities to get involved in your community.

Inman Park is a walkable neighborhood with historic homes, friendly neighbors, delicious food, locally owned retailers, and public art. Communities like ours don't happen organically.  They happen because hundreds of neighbors donate their time and talents to continually create and maintain Inman Park. Donate your time and talent to one of our committees. Commitments aren't a full time job. Donate what time you have and offer your expertise. 

Volunteering is also a great way to get to know your neighbors. Your home is in Inman Park, become part of your community. Inman Park is more than a location. 

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Buy Wine Stroll Tickets Friday!

BeltLine Wine Stroll Tickets Are on Sale!

The link to purchase tickets can be found on the BeltLine Wine Stroll Facebook page --  Buy your tickets soon! The Wine Stroll benefits the Inman Park Security Patrol and Springvale Park, generally sells out quickly.

Participating venues include: Barcelona, Fritti, Ladybird, Hampton & Hudson, Bread & Butterfly, Bill Hallman, Made Again, City Issue, Amara, Serpas, Two Urban Licks, The Albert, Parish, King of Pops (the window location on Elizabeth and Bernina), The Atlanta Bicylce Barn (formerly BeltLine Bicycles), The Collective, The IceBox, and the VIP location, VinoTeca.

Going to Have a Ball 2017

Get Ready to Party
“We’re Going to Have a Ball”

By Thea M. Quillian Butterfly Ball Chair 2017

2017 Festival planning is underway, and so is the planning for our yearly kick off extravaganza, Butterfly Ball.

This year get ready to eat, drink, dance and have a Ball under the star lit tent. Bogey and The Viceroy will be back to keep us on our toes and entertain us throughout the evening.

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18th Annual Inman Park Polar Bear Jump

18th Annual Inman Park Polar Bear Jump

Sunday, January 1, 2016 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Inman Park Pool.
It’s the very first party of 2017, right here in Inman Park. It’s a social event, a family outing, and a hangover cure all in one happy gathering! We still insist that it has cured the common cold. And we’re done before New Year’s Day parties and Bowl games! Rain, sleet or snow…we jump! Just bring your swimsuit and a towel and join in on the icy plunge. Or just come watch and cheer on your friends and neighbors (over Irish coffee)Changing rooms will be open.

The festivities begin at 10 a.m. on January 1, with the jump scheduled for 11 a.m.

Merry Market


Inman Park United Methodist Church is excited to host its very first Merry Artists Market!

We will be featuring local artists with an assortment of crafts, jewelry, ceramics, and edible treats that will be perfect for Christmas gifts. We will have a kid zone so kids can stay busy creating fun Christmas crafts while the parents can relax and shop at the market. 

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Support Little Five Alive Fundraiser at The Porter on July 19

Come out for a fun night of good food and drinks at The Porter on July 19 from 5 to 11 p.m. to support Little Five Alive. 10% of sales for the day are generously being donated by The Porter to Little Five Alive!
What's Little Five Alive?
It is a community organization made up of members from Candler Park, Inman Park and other surrounding neighborhoods with a mission to transform the public spaces in L5P to be brighter, cleaner and more attractive while continuing to showcase its unique creative spirit. Through the use of public art, community events, and partnerships with the L5PBA, L5PCID, Park Pride and the City of Atlanta, we are heading towards our goal of creating a more attractive, fun and safe community in L5P.

Event: Little Five Alive Fundraiser
Date: July 19, 5-11 p.m.
Location: The Porter, 1156 Euclid Ave. N, Atlanta, GA 30307
For more information, visit the event's Facebook page here:
We look forward to supporting our neighborhoods and seeing you there!