The National Heritage Area is a pretty fascinating place and we’re pleased that others think so too. Here we’ll share the most recent stories published about events, activities and general interest.
Posted by the PATH Foundation | March 6, 2018 DeKalb County will close the Arabia Mountain Trail between N. Goddard Road and the intersection with the east-west trail from Murphy Candler School from March 6 through June. The sewer line south of N. Goddard Road has failed and must be replaced. Mile 5.0-5.8 will be […]
The Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance announces the election of two new members to its Board of Directors. Joining the non-profit board are Sue Sanders and Joel Thibodeaux. “We are very pleased to welcome these two outstanding leaders to the board. The talent and diverse experience they bring to the table will further strengthen the […]
Posted April 6, 2017 by John Hewitt | The Champion Newspaper “Signs, signs, everywhere signs; blocking out the scenery, breaking my mind.” –Lyrics to the song “Signs” by Five Man Electrical Band Slabs of granite that will ultimately be incorporated into AMNHA signage designs. Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area (AMNHA) will soon be getting new signs, but they’re […]
Posted May 26, 2017 by Valerie Morgan | On Common Ground News The Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance hosted an open house on May 23 to provide the community an opportunity to learn about the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area (AMNHA). The open house was held from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Alliance’s office, 3350 Klondike Road […]
Posted March 17, 2017 by Valerie Morgan | Local News Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area officials, DeKalb County commissioners and other key partners unveiled renderings of the signage that will mark trailheads and other areas of historic and natural interests in the National Heritage Area. The unveiling followed another big announcement on the same day: the DeKalb County Department […]
The Champion Newspaper | Posted by Gale Horton Gay on July 12, 2017 in Lifestyle A place where monks spend their lives in prayer and labor may not sound like an attraction for outsiders to tour, but that’s exactly the opportunity being offered at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. Located in the Conyers countryside, the monastery, home […]
Posted May 25, 2016 By: Jill Vejnoska – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Go take a hike! We’re not being mean. Just the opposite, in fact. Stop beating yourself up for not spending enough time outside in the beautiful spring weather. Or not spending enough time inside, at the gym, getting into tiptop shorts-and-tube-top shape. Instead … Go […]
The camel’s whiskers tickled my cheek, searching for an opening to enjoy some of my morning coffee. Waking up with camels is all part of the plan at the North Georgia Zoo.Overnight campers set up tents or campers next to the camels for sleepovers at the zoo, protected by the Great Pyrenees dogs that roam […]
By: Sue Rodman http://fieldtripswithsue.com/archery-panola-mountain I’ve been doing a little research for a post on Experiencing the Hunger Games in Atlanta. If you’ve read any of the books, you know the main character, Katniss Everdeen is an expert archer. So of course my research had to include learning how to use a bow and arrow, and […]
More than 2,000 acres, two monadnock mountains, three lakes and many historic sites. The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area, located just outside I-285 perimeter on Atlanta’s east side, is full of opportunities for outdoor adventure close to the metro area.