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Here is What is Happening on Wednesday 2/22 in Chattanooga!
Looking For Something To Do Wednesday Night or After Work: Check Out Nooga Nightlife’s “Wednesday 2/22 Posting” Here
Early Voting for the March 7th Local Government Elections Begins 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
Special Events Happening Around the Scenic City
The Edney > 1 Million Cups Chattanooga > 1MC Chattanooga: Roundtable > What’s a morning without fresh coffee + startup pitches? This week we are mixing it up! Join us for a roundtable discussion for you to bring any and all ideas or thoughts. We will have coffee and conversation at the ready at 9AM! This meetup is for anyone and everyone who is interested in learning about new startups and ideas. Whether you have an idea or want to hear what’s happening in our community, Wednesday mornings at 1 Million Cups are all about coffee and connecting. < 9:00 am
Black Coffee Discussion Series > Hosted by Jazzanooga > The best conversations happen over a cup of coffee. Black Coffee is a new dialogue series created to grow connections between Chattanooga’s communities of Color and local arts and culture efforts. Each month, join us for a morning of free coffee, a presentation, and some conversation led by artists of color and representatives from Chattanooga’s arts organizations. This monthly gathering will be moderated by Jazzanooga’s co-founder, James McKissic! > Featured Artist this month for Black Coffee: R Josiah Golson!! > Starts at 8:00 am
Music Wednesdays with Times Free Press > Hosted by Jazzanooga > Chattanooga Times Free Press / Chattanooga Now are coming to Jazzanooga! > Every Wednesday around noon, Chattanooga Times Free Press has been doing something called Music Wednesdays which features a live musical performance and discussion with Chattanooga’s local artists/performers. > Join us as Entertainment and Events Columnist, Barry Courter talks with Jazzanooga Director, Shane Morrow about our local music scene, upcoming Jazzanooga events and get to experience his live musical performance! > FREE ADMISSION TO THE TAPING AND PERFORMANCE! Refreshments will be provided! Great way to spend your lunch! > Starts at Noon
Outdoor Chattanooga > Try Archery > Take aim at Outdoor Chattanooga’s “Try Archery” class. This free indoor class offers a hands on opportunity to learn more about the sport of archery. Concentrating on range safety rules and fundamentals of archery, the class is taught using the National Archery in Schools NASP equipment and procedures. The session is walk-in and open to ages 6 and up. No reservation or prior experience required. All equipment provided. Cost: free. Just show up, take aim and give archery a try! > For questions or more information call Outdoor Chattanooga at (423) 643-6888. > 3:30 pm
How Do Refugees Come to the United States? > Hosted by Lester Law, Chattanooga, TN > Takes Place at: The Mad Priest Coffee Roasters > Because of the recent changes in the U.S. immigration system, it is necessary to stay well informed. Lester Law is hosting a Coffee and Tea with an Immigration Attorney discussion, open for anyone who would like to learn more about the refugee process. Amber Seay, a local immigration attorney, will explain the process and steps refugees go through to get to the U.S., and what happens once they arrive in the U.S. Mad Priest Coffee Roasters is providing a comfortable atmosphere for this discussion. Questions and answers will follow > Starts at 8:00 am
Star Line Books > Book Release – We Are Water > This book features haiku and color photographs with the photograph and matching haiku appearing on facing pages. The poems are inspired by the nature photographs in a style known as ekphrastic. Ray shot the photographs on film as 35 mm color slides, and they were later converted into digital media. > 4:00 pm
Erlanger East Hospital > The Chattanooga Market > New for 2017! The Chattanooga Market at Erlanger East will be a weekly market featuring a dozen local farms and food artisans. Conveniently located inside the new Erlanger East Hospital terrace, this mini-market will enjoy year-around access to seasonal foods and local products. Our only year-around market, we are open from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm every Wednesday. Admission is free and open to the public.
Main St Farmers Market > Open 4-5 pm every Wednesday > 325 East Main St, Downtown Chattanooga > Check Out the Following Link for All of the www.mainstfarmersmarket.com > All goods at the market have been grown or produced locally by the seller. Selection changes weekly based on what is fresh and in season.
Chattanooga Public Library Events
Chattanooga Public Library Tweens and Teens > MakeaNooga: Travel Tic Tac Toe @Downtown Branch > Make your own burlap and glass rock tic-tac-toe game set. Great for when on the go or for playing around the house! > Starts at 4:00 pm