The Chastain Park Conservancy is kicking off a street campaign to raise funds and awareness for Chastain Park capital improvements projects (Walk Chastain and Play Chastain). We are currently seeking street captain volunteers to contact neighbors, provide information about the projects and construction timeline and assist with raising remaining funds.
You won't have to travel far for summertime fun! Check out all the summer options here at Chastain Park. Registration is now underway for camps and classes.
Ray Mock, CPC Director of Operations, recently received accolades for his leadership in developing a community service program that benefits both Chastain Park and juvenile offenders. An article praising the program and Ray Mock was published in the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange on February 20, 2014. (Read article below.)
Tickets are now on sale for Farm, Fork and Cork to be held here at Farm Chastain on Saturday, March 22nd from 5:30 to 8:30 PM. The event will be hosted by the Southeastern Horticultural Society (SHS) to benefit Farm Chastain and other learning gardens, urban farms and educational programs of the SHS.
Join West Stride for a fun hill challenge run Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 7:30 AM to raise funds and awareness for Walk Chastain. Celebrate the hills of Buckhead by running a 6 or 12 mile route with water stops along the way.
Over the last 10 years, the CPC has been dedicated to its mission to restore, enhance, maintain and preserve Chastain Park. We have worked with park partners and many volunteers to keep Chastain Park clean, green and safe for our park visitors. Thank you for your continued support of the CPC and our mission.
Register now for the 2014 Chastain Park TriPATHlon. This fourth annual event will be held Saturday, April 5th and offers participants the opportunity to compete in a USAT sanctioned sprint triathlon at Chastain Park. Mercedes-Benz of Buckhead, Cox Media and The Coca Cola Company are sponsoring the event.
The Chastain Park Conservancy celebrated its ten year anniversary with approximately 125 supporters and friends on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at the Chastain Horse Park. The event highlighted completed park improvement projects and presented future initiatives that are scheduled to break ground in 2014. Attendees also had the opportunity to enjoy a presentation by WSB Radio host and Atlanta's favorite gardener, Walter Reeves, on native plants entitled "Going Native with Chastain."
To commemorate its 10th Anniversary, the Chastain Park Conservancy is kicking off a capital campaign to fund two exciting new park initiatives -- Walk Chastain and Play Chastain. The projects, which were outlined in the 20 year Master Plan, will solve critical safety and accessibility issues for park visitors.