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Here is What is Happening on Wednesday 3/15 in Chattanooga!
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Special Events Happening Around the Scenic City
The Edney > 1 Million Cups Chattanooga > 1MC Chattanooga: Hip-Hop CHA > What’s a morning without fresh coffee + startup pitches?
Granfalloon is a local venue located on Southside. It houses two large rooms for weddings, parties, performances, meetings, and more. This space is extremely versatile, and the staff loves to tailor the space to each event. Hip-Hop CHA loves Chattanooga and hip-hop. Hip-Hop CHA aims to promote inclusion through hip-hop-centric events across Chattanooga. Lifting up local artists to our own community & worldwide. Join them for a New Music Monday, Hip-Hop Lounge Event, or educational events! Keep track of all events and stay in contact with us! http://
www.1millioncups.com/ chattanooga > 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!
This month’s guest speaker is Nandini Makrandi, Chief Curator at Hunter Museum of American Art. > 8:00 am
Luncheon:Celebrate Outdoor Diversity w/Speaker from Outdoor Afro > Hosted by City of Chattanooga – Government> Join the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and Outdoor Chattanooga for a luncheon at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center to celebrate outdoor diversity and the contributions of people of color to environmental advocacy. Hear from speaker Stefan Moss, who serves as Atlanta outings leader for Outdoor Afro, which is a national organization dedicated to reconnecting African Americans to nature. Moss has held several academic appointments and currently serves as Professor of Environmental Science at Georgia State University. He holds bachelor;s degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Lee University and a master’s degree in Environmental Science from UTC. Reserve your spot for the luncheon – RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 10.> Starts at 11:30 am
Facebook Advertising Workshop 101 >Hosted by BrightBridge WBC > Learn how to target your ads, who your customer is and fine tuning your page info > Required materials: Active Facebook Business Page and laptop computer > Seating is limited, and participants will be screened to ensure that the expectations of our participants are met. (if you need help establishing a page and/or need a laptop let us know at least 3 days in advance) > This workshop is developed and delivered by an e-commerce seller; not a Facebook employee. As such the views or opinions expressed are those of the instructor. > Starts at 10:30 am > Register Here
CWLI Home Office Affinity Group > Hosted by CWLI – Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute > Takes Place at 212 Market Restaurant > Female small business owners and entrepreneurs who work from home are encouraged to attend this informal lunch to build your network and socialize outside the home office! Lunch is on your own. > Hosted by CWLI member, Bea Lurie. > 12:30 pm
Hixson Community Luncheon > Hosted by Hixson Council of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce at North River Civic Center > 11:45-1:00pm > North River Civic Center > Sponsor: Chattanooga Lookouts > Speaker: Jeff Rector with Step Up Program PEF > Caterer: El Meson > $10 per person >
Matthew Thomas Signing Event < Hosted by Star Line Books > Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Matthew Thomas will be signing copies of We Are Not Ourselves, a multi-generational Irish immigrant story.
Described by The New York Times Book Review as “A long, gorgeous epic, full of love and caring…one of the best novels you’ll read this year,” We Are Not Ourselves is a testament to our greatest desires and our greatest frailties. Through the lives of these characters, Thomas charts the story of the American Century. The result is, “stunning…The joys of this book are the joys of any classic work of literature—for that is what this is destined to become—superbly rendered small moments that capture both an individual life and the universality of that person’s experience” (The Washington Post). > 2:00 PM