Saturday Morning in Chattanooga, Check Out Some Awesome Brunch Spots, Events, and So Much More!!
Looking For Something To Do Saturday Night or After Work: Check Out Nooga Nightlife’s “Saturday Night 2/18 Posting” Here
Early Voting for the March 7th Local Government Elections Continues TODAY through March 2nd
Here are the Locations & Times of the Voting Locations >>
Brainerd Rec Center: Monday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
North River Civic Center: Monday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Election Commission Office: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 7:00 pm & Saturday 9:00 am – 6:00pm
Men’s Basketball vs. ETSU > Calling ALL Mocs fans > Today is a WHITE OUT! Come show your support! > Tip Off at 5:00 pm > We are honoring the 1977 National Championship team at halftime and distributing these FREE replica t-shirts. It’s also youth jersey night, any child wearing a youth jersey will receive one (1) free general admission ticket, all other general admission tickets are just $5! Get tickets now: http://bit.ly/MBvsETSU > Mckenzie Arena
Chattanooga Softball > Lady Mocs vs IUPUI > at 1:30 pm > Frost Stadium > Chattanooga Challenge Tickets Only $10
Clyde’s On Main > Special Brunch Menu 10:00 am – 3:00 pm > Drinks, Food, and Fun on the Southside
The Bitter Alibi > Brunch > 9:00 am – 2:00 pm > You Can’t Beat it!!
Chattanooga Brewing Company > Open at 11:00 am for Lunch > Free Brewery Tours at 12:00 pm & 5:00 pm >
Bluewater Grille > Brunch Menu Open at 11:00 am
Puckett’s Chattanooga > Open at 7:30 am for Breakfast/Brunch > Buffet Available at 8:00 am >> All till 11:00 am
The Big Chill & Grill > Open For Brunch at 11:00 am < $3 Mimosas, Poinsettias, Bellinis and Chambulls or enjoy a Sangria, Sangria Swirl > Bloody Mary Bar for only $4
The Daily Ration > Open For Brunch and Breakfast at 7:00 am
Beast & Barrel > Open for Brunch > Bloody Mary, Mimosa, and Special Brunch Menu > 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
1885 Grill > Brunch open at 11:00 am
STIR > Brunch 10:30 – 2:30 for $1 mimosas, $5 bloody marys and all-you-can-eat cold bar.
The Camp House > Breakfast Open at 9:00 am
Easy Bistro & Bar > Brunch at 11:00 am
Bluegrass Grill < Breakfast Served Starting at 6:30 am >
Community Pie > Open at 11:00 am > Half Price Sangrias All Day
The Honest Pint > Brunch from 11:00 – 3:00 pm <We’re bringing bluegrass brunch back! Live Music From “The Scenic City Serenaders” 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm, and brunch specials until 3pm. #bluegrass #brunch #localmusic #drinklocal >
Food Works > Open at 11:00 am > $1 Champagne or Mimosas, $2 PBR Tallboys, $2 Chambull, and $3.50 House Bloody Marys with purchase of entree
Adelle’s Ice Cream Creperie > Open For Breakfast at 7:00 am >
Backstage Chattanooga > “Blue Collar Brunch” from 11-3 with down home cookin’ and “Bottomless Mimosas” as well as the soon to be famous “Station Street Bloody Marry” 22oz double vodka with bacon, Shrimp, celery, Artichoke hearts, Olives, green beans and Jalapeño.
Special Events Happening Saturday Afternoon
Coffee and Conversation with the Candidates > The neighborhood associations of Orchard Knob, Ridgedale, Highland Park, and Glenwood cordially invite you attend a morning meet and greet for the Districts 8 & 9 City Council and Mayoral candidates for office. Coffee and Conversation with the Candidates will take place from 10am-12pm on Saturday February 18 at Sacra Coffee and Tea, located at 801 S. Orchard Knob Ave. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. The event is free and open to the public. This non-partisan forum will focus on issues of governance in the City of Chattanooga. Candidates will have an opportunity to introduce themselves to the audience and briefly explain how, once elected, they will use the authority of their office to work for the welfare of our city and/or the residents of their districts. Introductions will be followed by a Q & A session and questions will come from the audience. The forum will be moderated by Marvene Noel of Orchard Knob.
Bessie Smith Cultural Center > African-American Entrepreneur Financial Empowerment Seminar > The Bessie is pleased to partner with SunTrust, Launch and the Chattanooga Chamber Diversity & Inclusion department to offer an empowering seminar for African American entrepreneurs. The mission of the financial empowerment seminar is to develop and foster business growth for African-Americans by serving as a conduit for learning, teaching and networking for success. The seminar offers a great opportunity to connect African-American entrepreneurs focused on creating economic development through education, training and empowerment for the Chattanooga African-American community. During the seminar, we will address challenges and contributions of past and present entrepreneurs as a foundation upon which future entrepreneurs can stand in this new startup environment that is growing in Chattanooga. At this time, it is critical to bridge the gap between the development taking place with the GIG city movement and the African-American community. > Starts at 10:00 am
Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga > Million Dollar Quartet > This thrilling musical brings you inside the recording studio with four major talents who came together as a red-hot rock ‘n’ roll band for one unforgettable night. Don’t miss your chance to be a fly on the wall of fame… at MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET! > 2:30 pm > Buy Tickets Here > They Start at $20
Chattanooga Zoo > Zoo Birthday Bash > The Chattanooga Zoo is inviting YOU to the biggest, wildest birthday party around! Join us this Saturday to wish our Zoo animals that have spring birthdays and very “happy birthday” at our Birthday Bash! Sign a birthday card, watch our animals open their gifts, make crafts, and more! All activities are free with regular Zoo admission! > 10:00 – 3:00 pm
Creative Discovery Museum < Preschool Adventure Day: “B is for Bears” < Join us as we break out the bear books during our next Preschool Adventure Day! “B is for Bears” is a fun, literature rich, multi-sensory event for children aged 18 months to four-years-old and their caregivers. Children will recognize their favorite bears from literature as they engage in special activities such as: Attending a Teddy Bear picnic, Stringing buttons like Corduroy, Playing in “honey” like Pooh, Dancing to Teddy Bear Teddy Bear, Painting with “snow” for Polar Bear and more! > Acitivies are included with Museum admission. > http://cdmfun.org/
preschool-adventure-days-in -chattanooga-for-toddlers > 10:00 am
Chattanooga Public Library Kids Events
Craft – a – Nooga Tweens > Are you feeling crafty? Explore your creative side with exciting art projects and fun crafts. This program is for elementary ages but younger children may attend if accompanied by an adult. Northgate: 2:30 – 3:30 pm & Downtown: 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Etsy Success Workshop February – (Registration Required) > 12:00pm to 03:00pm > Adult, Teens , Downtown, The 4th Floor
Fleet Feet Sports Chattanooga > Pop up class at Fleet Feet > Hosted by Pure Barre North Shore > We LOVE partnering with local businesses and supporting our community! Join us for a FREE pop up class at Fleet Feet! Even better? Decide you love it and sign up that day to receive 20$ off your package! No better way to spend a Saturday morning then with Pure Barre and Fleet Feet ❤ > All you need to bring is a yoga mat or a towel and some H2O- we got the rest > 8:30 am
Scenic City Boot Camp > Free Boot Camp Class > Join us for a FREE 60 minute cardio workout in honor of Heart Healthy Month! Bring your friends & family to get your heart pumping and blood flowing. Spread the love! > 9:30 am
FRONT RUNNER ATHLETICS > Front Runner Shelter Dog Walk/Run > Make a difference in a shelter dog’s life by giving them the privilege of getting outside for a walk or run before a busy day of meeting potential adopters! All ages and fitness abilities are welcome. This is a FREE event open to the community! To help the staff at McKamey, please fill out the waiver ahead of time and email it to laryssa@frontrunnerathleti
cs.com or bring it the morning of the 18th. https://drive.google.com/ drive/folders/ 0B8vnXTiuz2Y-bmZrNDBfaDQ1Mm s McKamey will have around 25 DOGS AVAILABLE to walk/run. By clicking “GOING” on this Facebook event, you reserve a spot. Please change your RSVP status if you are no longer able to attend! > – This is a rain or shine event > Personal dogs are allowed, however McKamey can’t guarantee they will have a compatible dog available. > Head to Greenway after you get your dog for a fun hour of exercise and socializing! Be prepared for your dog to ride in your vehicle. > 9:00 am
Glass House Collective > Healthy Heart Trail Walk > Come out to enjoy the newly completed Fitness Loop trail connecting Awtry St. with the Sherman Reservation connector trail! Neighbors made it clear that a safe, connected fitness loop is a high priority, so we are excited to showcase the recent work done by the Southeast Conservation Corps trail crews. It’s still Valentine’s week, so we’re thinking of how to best care for our hearts and those of the people we love. This walk is a great way to spend time with friends and family while being good to our hearts! > 11:00 am
Crossfit Ooltewah > BOA 2 – Chattanooga, TN > The Battle is coming to Chattanooga, TN for year 2!!! This event will sell out quickly! Teams of 4. 4 separate decades. Athletes must come from any combination. Example – 13-19 , 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 or 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 60 plus. Can be any combination. Teams will be tested and many domains of fitness. WODs will be posted here: www.battleoftheages.com > Come Be a Spectator > 7:00 am
Blissful Wellness > Train with a Friend < Train w/a Friend 💪🏾 > Grab a friend and set your workout date for 2/18 at 2pm! This will be a total body conditioning class utilizing lots of partner exercises with some nice stretching at the end. All levels welcome & bringing a partner isn’t necessary (you will be partnered w/Frances or someone else in class).