Jane’s Walk ATL Date Night Walking Tour… on the Peachtree Creek Greenway

Jane’s Walk is an annual festival of free, volunteer-led, neighborhood walks that generate conversation about the city and celebrate its vibrant past, present, and future.

The festival honors Jane Jacobs, who was an urban activist, author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities, and believer in the power of citizens to make a difference in their city.

Date Night Walking Tour… on the Peachtree Creek Greenway Along the Romantic Peachtree Creek!
The Peachtree Creek Greenway is a transportation and recreation path and park that, once finished, will connect all the communities along the North Fork Peachtree Creek like Atlanta, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Dekalb, and Doraville. Open from 6:00am to 11:00pm, the greenway is for pedestrians, runners, cyclists, and anyone looking for ways to enjoy nature.

Bring your date, invite a pal, come alone, or take a baby in a stroller on this tour as you explore Peachtree Creek Greenway at night. You’ll learn about and enjoy the lighted trail that runs along the once-forgotten Peachtree Creek, and make 4-5 informational stops where you’ll discuss the history of Peachtree Creek, its current condition, and future plans for Peachtree Creek Greenway.

After learning about Peachtree Creek Greenway, you’ll return to the starting point of the tour on your own.

This tour will take place rain or moonshine, but will be canceled if there is lightning or flooding. The tour will begin PROMPTLY at 9 PM. Please be aware that there are no bathroom facilities on the route.

Participation is free, but space is limited; please register through the link below.

Jane’s Walk Macon

On the first weekend of May every year, Jane’s Walk festivals take place in hundreds of cities around the world. Jane’s Walks encourage people to share stories about their neighborhoods, discover unseen aspects of their communities, and use walking as a way to connect with their neighbors. More information.

Jane’s Walk: Quick, Low-cost Interventions to Improve Mobility in Macon

Take a ride with Bike Walk Macon’s executive director, Rachel Umana, from Tattnall Square Park to Downtown Macon. Along the way, Rachel Umana, Executive Director, will stop and highlight several interventions that Bike Walk Macon has led in the past to improve mobility in Macon, including Open Streets Macon, a bike rack donation program, artistic crosswalks, and Macon’s first green bike lane. This walk will be broadcast via Facebook Live on the Bike Walk Macon FB page.

Jane’s Walk – Tactical Urbanism

Tactical Urbanism includes low-cost, temporary changes to the built environment, usually in cities, intended to improve local neighborhoods and city gathering places. Tactical urbanism is also commonly referred to as guerrilla urbanism, pop-up urbanism, city repair, or D.I.Y. urbanism. Weston Stroud leads this walk and talks about ways to engage communities and how to empower neighborhoods. This walk will be broadcast via Facebook Live on the Bike Walk Macon FB page