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11:59am

Fri September 12, 2014
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Creative Discovery Museum Pours On the Chocolate for 3rd Festival

The 3rd Annual Chocolate Festival at the Creative Discovery Museum is Saturday, September 13, 2014 from noon to 4:00. 

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11:51am

Fri September 12, 2014
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Local Heroes The Producers Headline This Year's Final Riverfront Nights Show 9/13

The concert on September 13th, which is the last concert in this year’s Riverfront Nights Series,  features what organizer Jeff Styles calls a “name.” He says that every year the series includes one act most people recognize—this year it’s a Georgia band that made its debut with MTV in the early 1980’s.

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2:26pm

Tue September 9, 2014
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Reflection Riding's Native Plant Sale Starts 9/12

Reflection Riding and Arboretum is one of the most beautiful places in the Chattanooga area  and yet many people have never been there. The people who know it go there to get away from urban life for a spell, but at this time of year many local gardeners head for the Arboretum for the semi-annual native plant sale. Over 12000 plants representing over 100 different species are for sale beginning this Friday September 12th. I went over to the Arboretum last week to talk to Dr. Paola Zannini Craddock who, along with a crew of volunteers, was busily preparing for the sale.

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1:44pm

Tue September 9, 2014
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The Cast Iron Cook-Off Returns to the Chattanooga Market September 14th

Credit Tennessee Aquarium

The Cast Iron Cook Off is Sunday, September 14th at the Chattanooga Market located in the First Tennessee Pavilion. 

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12:14pm

Mon September 8, 2014
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3rd International Cowpea Festival and Cookoff Happens September 13th

The International Cowpea Festival and Cook-Off is this Saturday, September 13th in Charleston Tennessee, just north of Cleveland. 

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12:35pm

Fri September 5, 2014
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A GeoCASH Adventure: Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga Offers $35K in Prizes 9/13

The Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga is turning 50 years old, and they’re celebrating by hosting a race for a total of $35,000 in prize money.  Teams from 25 area nonprofits will compete September 13th in the Greater Race: A GeoCASH Adventure The public is invited to a finish-line party at the First Tennessee Pavilion in downtown Chattanooga.  The race begins at 9 a.m., and the public is encouraged to show up at the pavilion at 10 a.m.

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12:30pm

Fri September 5, 2014
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The Main Squeeze are the Main Act at Riverfront Nights Show 9/6

There are two more shows left in this year’s Riverfront Nights series. Jeff Styles,responsible for finding the bands and organizing the shows every week, says that this year’s series has been by far the most successful season yet.

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11:49am

Thu September 4, 2014
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Quilt Week Comes to Chattanooga September 10 - 13

Art quilt made by Denise Ohlman.
Credit Denise Ohlman

Chattanooga will be hosting the 30th anniversary celebration of the American Quilter’s Society during Quilt Week September 10th through the 13th at the Chattanooga Convention Center. 

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4:46pm

Wed September 3, 2014
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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Rolls out 'Railfest' 9/6 & 9/7

Robert Pettway joins us to talking about the upcoming Railfest celebration.

From a media release:

The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is celebrating its 4th Annual Tennessee Valley Railfest on September 6-7 at the Grand Junction Depot off Jersey Pike in Chattanooga.  The weekend event is a salute to railroading history with unique excursions and family fun.

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10:56am

Wed September 3, 2014
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Tim Hinck's 'Eve Apart' Opens 9/4 in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre

A new musical and theatrical production by local composer Tim Hinck will receive its world premiere Thursday, September 4th in the Chattanooga Theatre Centre. Called Eve Apart, it focuses on the conflicts between men and women and the role of women in society. Working with such weighty themes led him to write a piece that is part light opera, part Broadway musical.

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10:55am

Wed September 3, 2014
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ShawNuff Productions Presents Gee's Bend at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre September 10 - 21

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ShawNuff Productions will present Gee’s Bend at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre September 10th through the 21st. 

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10:41am

Wed September 3, 2014
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Chattanooga City Hall Performance Series Starts September 3rd

Chattanooga’s City Hall Performance Series starts September 3rd and will offer a variety of free performances and art for the public to enjoy. 

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10:07am

Wed September 3, 2014
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Crabtree Farms Prepares for Fall Plant Sale & Festival

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Crabtree Farms is hosting the 12th annual Fall Plant Sale on Saturday September 6th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

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2:23pm

Tue September 2, 2014
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Free Anti-Bullying 'Bootcamp' for Chattanooga Parents & Kids set for 9/4

From a media release:

  UTC Football Coach Russ Huesman to kickoff the evening with a reading of “Bully Beans”

 

Addressing the serious issue of bullying and how to help stop it, is the focus of a free two hour Kidklout™ “Bootcamp” taking place on Thursday September 4th from 6PM-8PM at the Walker Pavilion in Coolidge Park in downtown Chattanooga.

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4:12pm

Fri August 29, 2014
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This Labor Day Weekend, Riverfront Nights Celebrates the Working Man

Riverfront Nights is back Saturday evening after taking a break for the Southern Brewers festival last weekend. As always in addition to the music there are a number of activities planned including paddle boarding and a couple of trail runs. Jeff Styles talks about the music and Randy Whorton from Wild Trails talks about the trail runs and paddle boarding.

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