Hundreds of Downtown Greenway supporters with strong arms, legs, hearts, and minds came out on Saturday, September 15, 2012, for the 3rd Annual Run 4 the Downtown Greenway! With the help of 130 volunteers, 150 fun runners, 400 8K runners, and 800 partiers - we raised $10,000 for the Downtown Greenway Maintenance Endowment! Check out all the 2012 Run 4 the Greenway photos on our Flickr page! Fun Run Photos ~~ 8K Race Photos ~~ Party Photos
Happy New Year from the Downtown Greenway! Click here to see the 11 things we're particularly grateful for 2011!
Thanks to all who came out to support the Downtown Greenway this weekend! It was a beautiful evening and a great event! The results are in and the photos are up! Click here to see the official times. Click here to see race day photos! We look forward to reporting our fundraising contributions soon!
The winner of the TREK Bike Raffle was announced at the Action Greensboro Groundbreakers Event on March 17 at the Empire Room in Downtown Greensboro. More than 50 people entered to win the TREK bike, donated by Greensboro's local TREK bike shop, but only one could win! Congrats to Beth Boulton! We can't wait to see you enjoying your bike on the Downtown Greenway!
Artist Juan Logan begins work on Grounded Here, the piece commissioned to commemorate the important history of Ashe Street and the Warnersville community.
Artist Brower Hatcher completes work on The Gateway of the Open Book Cornerstone. This piece includes Brower’s framework with embedded items created by local artist Frank Russell in collaboration with students from the Warnersville neighborhood, Jones Elementary School, and Smith High School. This piece will be stored in Rhode Island until the site is ready for installation, which is expected in Fall 2010.
Triumph, Endurance, Hope, Strength, and Faith again have a place in the Warnersville community. A group of Greensboro Parks and Recreation workers installed the much-discussed benches at their new home near the Freeman Mill Road exit to Lee Street early Tuesday morning. The benches are near their old location, but still within sight of the road. Read the full Greensboro News & Record story here.