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Auchentoroly Terrace BLM March on Washington 3

57th March on Washington

Community members & Auchentoroly Terrace Association 's Youth Patrol stood along Gwynns Falls Parkway in support of the 57th Anniversary March on Washington on August 28, 2020.

COVID-19 Reopening Phase 2

BALTIMORE, MD. — Today, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced Baltimore City would move into its second phase of reopening businesses and services. Mayor Young issued the following statement:

ATA response to COVID-19

ATA response to COVID-19

ATA encourages residents to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19. HANDS: Wash them often ELBOW: Cough into it FACE: Don’t touch it FEET: Stay more than 3ft apart, preferably 6’ FEEL: sick? Stay home. Read our full post for more resources.

Fruit Tree Fair 2020

Fruit Tree Fair 2020

JOIN US for the Fruit Tree Fair happening at Rawlings Conservatory on April 4, 12-3pm. Local emcee Alanah Nichole elevates the energy at this event with the open mic. Artists of all ages performing spoken word poetry and live music. Guests are invited to peruse the greening fair vendor tents to learn about caring for plants, honey bees and native pollinators, nursery plants for the orchard, as well as environmental and community non-profit groups, and food and drink options. Free fruit tree for City residents only.

2019 Auchentoroly Terrace Youth Jam group

2019 ATA Youth Jam

On August 25th, 2019, the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association held our 2019 Youth Jam at the Liberty Pavilion in Druid Hill Park. Residents and partners gathered to celebrate our community and enjoy free health and safety resources including dental supplies from Jackson-George Dental, book information from the Pratt Bookmobile, bicycle repair by Bikemore, transportation advocacy information from TAP Druid Hill, wildlife education from Park & People, anti-bullying humor exercises with Big Fred of Lil Laughs, and a self-defense demonstration from Umar Boxing. Representatives from city agencies, community partners, and elected offices also shared important information, including the Fire Department Engine 52 and the Baltimore City State's Attorney Office. Participants enjoyed free food, music, yard games, and t-shirts promoting pride in our neighborhood. Thank you to all of resident volunteers for making this wonderful event possible!

Auchentoroly Terrace Banner at Edgemont detail

Auchentoroly Terrace Banners are Up!

The New Auchentoroly Terrace Association (ATA) is excited to showcase our strong and beautiful neighborhood with eight new street pole banners! The banners were funded by a Baltimore City BMORE Beautiful “Love Your Block” grant, and donations from numerous local residents and businesses. Spanning all nine blocks of Auchentoroly Terrace along Druid Hill Park, the banners project a positive local image while encouraging people to slow down and walk our historic district. The banners were designed by local resident and public artist Graham Coreil-Allen. Through these banners, ATA seeks to improve the quality of life for existing and future residents of all income levels and backgrounds by promoting Auchentoroly Terrace as a historic, inclusive, and positive place place to live.

ATA 2019 Youth Jam

ATA 2019 Youth Jam

Local residents are invited to the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association 2019 Youth Jam Sunday, August 25, 1-5pm, at the Liberty Pavilion in Druid Hill Park. Celebrate our community and enjoy free health and safety resources including dental supplies from Jackson-George Dental, the Pratt Bookmobile, bicycle repair with Bikemore, anti-bullying humor exercises with Lil Laughs, and self-defense demonstrations from Umar Boxing. Representatives from city agencies, community partners, and elected offices will also share important information. Come out to enjoy free food, music, t-shirts promoting community pride, and all ages lawn games.

TAP Druid Hill Auchentoroly Mondawmin Pedestrian Safety Walks

Auchentoroly / Mondawmin Pedestrian Safety Walks

The Access Project for Druid Hill Park (TAP Druid Hill) invites residents living on the west side of Druid Hill Park to participate in a set of pedestrian safety walks on Saturday June 29, 2-4pm, and Saturday July 27, 2-4pm. Walk in community while identifying opportunities for making our streets safer, especially for seniors and children on foot, wheelchair, bicycle, and e-scooter.

Auchentoroly by Foot walking tour residents

Auchentoroly Walking Tour Success

On Saturday, April 20th, the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association and Baltimore Heritage co-hosted Auchentoroly by Foot. Over 50 residents and visitors participated in the walking tour about the history and future of Auchentoroly Terrace and Druid Hill Park. Community leaders, local historians, and resident artists spoke about the area's development history, Civil Rights legacies, artistic heritage, and the current transportation safety efforts.

Baltimore Office of Sustainbility Open House 190417

Baltimore Sustainability Open House 2019

Join us for the Baltimore Office of Sustainability’s annual Open House! This is a free event, open to all who...