Activate the GreenLine in Hollygrove.
Be part of the community-driven redevelopment of the Hollygrove GreenLine. Come see how this neighborhood corridor is being transformed into to a green park and community space. Learn about the innovative partnerships between public agencies, small community organizations, universities, cultural institutions and others that are working together to bring this project to life.
Hear firsthand accounts of neighborhood history. Learn how the built landscape has changed over time. Witness rebuilding in action. Share visions of how the GreenLine fits into its future. Wear your walking shoes and your Jane Jacobs glasses to explore stormwater management and urban farming in the heart of Hollygrove!
Before the walk be sure to make groceries at Hollygrove Farm and Market, and they’ll keep them fresh for you during the event. A post-GreenLine walk grocery pick-up has been arranged!
Contact Hilairie Schackai at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Time: 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2013
The walk will begin at the 8500 block of Olive Street — just a block or so from the Hollygrove Market and Farm.
Host: Hilairie Schackai, Longue Vue House and Gardens. This GreenLine event is co-hosted by Longue Vue, Tulane City Center, Trinity Christian Community, Carrollton-Hollygove CDC, AARP and Hollygrove residents.
Registration: No registration needed. All are welcome.
Accessibility: This event is open and accessible to Wheelchairs, Bicycles, Seniors, Children