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Here is What is Happening on Thursday 3/23 in Chattanooga!
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Women Business Owners Coffee > The Edney >Join City of Chattanooga – Government Office of Multicultural Affairs and women business owners from across the city for coffee. We’ll have a panel of diverse women business owners to share stories of their success, learn about new developments in City Govt. purchsing, and find out how KIVA funding can help your business to grow. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend. > 8:30 am
CHA Dev Lunch > Chadev is a weekly lunchtime talk series about all things software. Every Thursday 12:00 PM. A weekly series of lunchtime talks. We meet every Thursday and cover all things software related. From ideas to design to implementation. We feature local speakers and non-local alike. Thanks to our sponsors we’re able to provide lunch to our members every week. Hope to see you at Chadev soon! For More Info Visit: www.meetup.com/chadevs/ > This Week: The Other Cloud: Azure IaaS w/ Richard Smith > What do you get when you combine an open source cloud management tool with Azure orchestration templates, Python Requests and Flask? Come and see if I am able to pull off this live demo of orchestrating the creation of Azure IaaS resources that are managed by MangeIQ!
National PUPPY Day! > Hosted by Humane Educational Society at the The Spice & Tea Exchange (Chattanooga, TN) > Join the Humane Educational Society at The Spice and Tea Exchange Thursday, March 23rd for National Puppy Day! The Spice and Tea Exchange offers a variety of spices, teas, salts, sugars, spice blends and more! Adoptable dogs from HES will be on site to celebrate National Puppy Day by hopefully finding their forever home! Even if you can’t adopt you’ll feel great about making a purchase because The Spice and Tea Exchange will donate 10% of your sale to help animals at HES! Don’t miss out on this unique shopping experience! > Noon – 5:00 pm
Desmond Doss Wreath Laying Ceremony < Chattanooga National Cemetery < This event commemorating the life and legacy of Medal of Honor recipient Desmond Doss will include remarks from Brigadier General Carl Levi, US Army National Guard [Ret.] and Major General Bill Raines, US Army [Ret.] followed by a wreath laying and benediction by Mr. Doss’s former pastor. This event is jointly sponsored by the Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center, the Desmond Doss Council, the Chief John Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Desmond Doss American Legion Post 257, and the governments of Chattanooga and Hamilton County.> Noon < See Agenda at Event Link Above
Thursday Lunch – Try something different for lunch today! > Hosted by Calamansi Cafe at Chattanooga Kitchen > What’s cooking in the kitchen? We will be cooking different, hot, and fresh Filipino American Fusion lunch every Thursday in the Chattanooga Kitchen. It is our way of introducing and creating fusioned foods in the kitchen that allow a first taste of Calamansi Cafe’s Filipino American Fusioned cuisine. Stop in from 11 to 1 and grab a plate to go! (Limited quantity/Until gone) >> Chattanooga Kitchen at the First Tennessee Pavilion 1900 Reggie White Blvd.
Bird-House Building Tweet Party at The Barn Nursery! > Hosted by The Barn Nursery > Bird-House Building Tweet Party at The Barn Nursery! > Ok, it’s Spring Break for Hamilton County, and it’s a great time to be at The Barn Nursery. Thursday , March 23, 2017
at 11-12pm and also at 3-4pm. > Enjoy Spring Break at The Barn Nursery. Look- ing for something for the kids to do? Look no further, we are hosting a Bird House Building Tweet Party! Introduce children to the won- ders of nature in a fun, hands-on way with a Build a Birdhouse kit. This kit includes all the parts necessary to build a classic wooden birdhouse. Instructors on site to lend a hand and to offer all types of “Bird” knowledge. Recommended for ages 5 and up. Cost: $15.00. Limit 20 per class, so sign up early.
Guys and Games: What Video Games Tell Us about Learning > Hosted by Chattanooga State’s Chautauqua Series > Join Dr. Eric Niemi for discussions of what men learn when playing video games and how that learning develops their masculinity. The discussion will also include how the development of this gendered identity affects their relationships with others, including women. < Takes Place at Augusta R Kolwyck Library
Play Day: Tractor Day > Hosted by Hidden Hills Farm & Saddle Club > How we appreciate tractors on the farm! Come let your kids get a little grease on them! Here’s what to expect: 1. Take a pony ride! We always have a couple of our favorite horses/ponies out to ride on! 2. Pet the other farm animals: Babe and Ruth, Melody, Bandette, and some other furry and feathery friends! 3. Enjoy the extra activity: playing on the tractors! 4. Make a little take-home craft–for the creative ones out there! 5. Play! Chickens, sandbox, dirt, wide open spaces–for just being a kid on the farm. 6. Expect to get dirty, especially if it has rained recently! Also, dress for the weather. You might consider a change of clothes and a plastic bag–just in case! 7. Bring a picnic lunch, if you’d like! Lay out a blanket and enjoy being outside. 8. Cost: $10 for the first child and $5/sibling. Cash or check preferred. > 10:30 am
Bob Clement Signing Event > Hosted by Star Line Books > Former U. S. Congressman Bob Clement will be signing copies of Presidents, Kings, and Convicts on Thursday, March 23rd from 4-6 p.m. at Star Line Books Presidents, Kings, and Convicts journeys from a colorful youth growing up in the governor’s mansion, to a distinguished military career, and seeing firsthand the politics of world events during the second half of the twentieth century, and tells the story of Congressman Bob Clement’s multifaceted life, and it reveals many previously untold stories about > 4:00 pm
Chattanooga Public Library Events:
Sew What – Patchwork Coasters > Learn the basics of patchwork quilting with an adorable and useful project as we create patchwork quilted coasters together through the month of March! This first come, first served beginners sewing class focuses on one project per month in our new Sewing Lab on the 4th Floor. All ages are invited but kids under 10 will need an adult helper. Please join us at Sew What every Thursday afternoon from 4:00pm to 5:45pm > Adult, Teens, Tween ,Downtown, The 4th Floor
Check Out Some Local Farmers Markets
Signal Mountain Farmers’ Market > LOCATION > 1210 Taft Hwy, Signal Mountain TN, 37377, in the parking lot of Pruett’s Signal Mountain Market > 4:00 – 5:30 pm > Local produce, eggs, beef, natural body products, crafts, coffee, boiled peanuts, baked goods and flowers.
Ooltewah Farmers Market > LOCATION > At Ooltewah Nursery & Landscape Co. > 3:00 – 5:00 pm > Local produce, eggs, beef, natural body products, crafts, coffee, boiled peanuts, baked goods and flowers.
Check the Weather Before You Get Out: It Is Going to Be A Beautiful Day in Chattanooga!!