Welcome to Chatta Daylife, Nooga Nightlife’s Daytime Partner!! We Will be Listing Events Happening During the Morning and Day Around the Scenic City!!
Here is What is Happening on Tuesday 3/21 in Chattanooga!
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Events Happening Around the Scenic City
Kids In The Garden > Hosted by Ooltewah Farmers Market and Ooltewah Nursery & Landscape Co., Inc. > Tuesday, March 21st > 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. OR 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Join Miss Faith for a fun hour of gardening. This hands-on learning experience is designed for kids ages 5-10. * Tour a working nursery behind the scenes * Watch a demonstration on plant root systems and how they work * Pot a live plant and take it home to grow. * Learn how seeds germinate. * Help plant the kids’ veggie garden. * Come wearing sturdy shoes and clothes that you can get dirty. We are playing in the dirt and doing some walking. There is no charge to attend. This is a free event offered as a service to the community. Younger children (especially those under 5) will need the assistance of a parent or caregiver. This is always a super fun event for the family, and everyone is invited! < 10:30 am
AIR Labs > Tuesday Fun Lab with A.I.R. Labs > Learning Through Gameplay: Students will learn while playing Minecraft, Beseige, Kami and Q.U.B.E. in a supervised setting and on a closed server. Students will spend time playing strategy games off screen, then creating their own board game to play as a group. Minecraft teaches students math, architecture, agriculture, typing skills and collaboration skills. Beseige teaches physics, mechanics and architecture. Kami teaches students geometry, problem solving skills and patience. > 8:45 – 3:45 pm > $75
Childrens Pottery Class > Hosted by Scenic City Clay Arts > This class is for 4 weeks and will explore methods such as, pinching, coiling and slab building projects. Children will also learn to glaze the work they make. please bring a towel and wear old clothes all materials included > 4:30 pm
Ladies Night at The Barn Nursery > Hosted by The Barn Nursery > Enjoy wine & tiny bites at your leisure. “Spin the Wheel” for a chance to receive up to 40% off your highest priced item. Note our spring time extended time 4-7pm
Floral Design and Arrangement Class > Hunt & Burrow – Mercantile, Artisan Studio & Workshop >Join Susan Chapman as she shares her many years of floral design experience and techniques with students. The fee is $55.00 and participants will need to bring a vase or small to medium size container for your arrangement and, if you would like, a note pad and pen for notes. > 6:00 pm
Boost Your Business Strengths > Hosted by BrightBridge WBC > Attendees will learn how to turn three of their strengths into items on an Action Plan to make their business stronger. 6-7 PM (Eastern Time) Linda Murray Bullard, LSMB Business Solutions and BrightBridge Women’s Business Center < Located at 535 Chestnut Street, Suite 161, Chattanooga, TN 37402 > No charge to attend. Please pre-register HERE
Protect Our Parks Rally-Chattanooga > Miller Park > Join your Chattanooga community and The Wilderness Society’s Protect Our Parks team on Tuesday, March 21st at 5 p.m. to stand up in support of our public lands! Our parks and other federal public lands are critically important to us for many reasons: they give us space for recreation with our families, provide clean air and water, serve as wildlife habitats, and are intimately tied to our local economies. In light of recent rhetoric and action taken to weaken legislation protecting our nation’s most valuable land, the Protect Our Parks campaign is hosting a local rally to show Senators Corker and Alexander that their constituents care deeply about our public lands. Together, we’ll demonstrate to Corker and Alexander that Tennesseans want them to pledge to vote against efforts to weaken or repeal the Antiquities Act and the Land and Water Conservation Fund, or efforts to sell off public lands for development. Our shared public lands unite us all, and we must work together to preserve these spaces for future generations. Tennessee alone has 56 state parks, our beloved Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee National Forest, and over 2,814,750 acres of protected land—so this issue hits close to home for our local community. We hope you stand with us to defend #OurWild!
Chattanooga Public Library Events:
Gentle Yoga – Community Class > Hosted by The 4th Floor > Chattanooga yoga teacher, Jeri Harris, will be leading a Gentle Yoga class for adults every Tuesday morning on the 4th Floor of the downtown branch from 9:30am-10:30am. Gentle yoga offers restorative stretches and relaxation techniques. This is a nurturing, slower-paced class with a focus on basic yoga postures and connecting breath to movement. Props are available and encouraged to allow the body to fully achieve each pose comfortably. Perfect for beginners, as well as more experienced students looking to slow down and fine tune their practice. This is a free community class and donations for the instructor are accepted, but not required. A limited number of yoga mats will be available on on a first-come, first-serve basis. Namaste!
Check the Weather Before You Get Out: They Are Expecting a Little Rain in the Afternoon!!