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Here is What is Happening on Wednesday 5/17 in Chattanooga!
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Special Events Happening Around the Scenic City
Chattanooga Lookouts > Home Vs Birmingham > Business Person Special: Join us for day baseball and take advantage of our special offer! Purchase a ticket and a lunch voucher (hot dog, chips & drink) for just $11! > School Day Matinee: School children from around East Tennessee are invited to enjoy day baseball at AT&T Field! > First Pitch at 11:15 am > Tickets Start at $7.00 > Click Here For Tickets
The Edney > 1 Million Cups Chattanooga > 1MC Chattanooga: UTC Student Pitch > What’s a morning without fresh coffee + startup pitches? 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. > If you’ve been coming to 1 Million Cups for the last few months you know we have had many UTC students consistently attending. Tomorrow is Danielle’s time to shine! She is currently a UTC student and will be pitching her venture and we are eager to learn more! < 9:00 am
Noontunes: Megan Saunders > Hosted by River City Company at The Waterhouse Pavilion > The songs of Megan Saunders build a sense of story and place, with inspiration drawn from exploits, love and insomnia across the back roads of rural America. Using a combination of earnest vocals and a variety of acoustic string instruments, she creates a sound that spans playful and luminous to sultry and haunting, all the while keeping a foot in American roots music. Megan recently relocated from Santa Cruz, CA, where she opened for several nationally-acclaimed acts with her band, The Driftless, including Dead Winter Carpenters, The Blackberry Bushes, American Nomad and Evie Ladin. Now a new member of the Chattanooga community, she is currently performing solo and with Jason Reed (guitar) and Ashley Cofield (violin). Together they create a joyous space, a refuge that you can share. As Tom Miller (concert programmer) explains, “The plaintive original melodies of Megan Saunders and The Driftless can take you to an earthy, vintage, dreamlike setting. They will hold you there like a feast of comfort food with no bones to pick or rinds to peel or bitter tastes to distract – seamless pleasure.”
>> Noontunes is a weekly, mid-day music performance in Miller Plaza. This series will showcase local talent and offer a platform for artists to be seen and heard every Wednesday in May, June and July from noon-1pm. Each performance will be open to the general public free of charge, live streamed by on CityStream Powered by EPB Fiber Optics and recorded and aired later on WUTC. This River City Company program sponsored by Millennium Bank is made possible through our partners at SoundCorps,Chattanooga Fun, Jazzanooga, WUTC, EPB Fiber Optics and The River City Sessions.> Noon
Fundamentals, Beginners’ Series (2) > Hosted by Cairn Yoga > Start your yoga practice out right! This series is ideal for students who have no or little experience in yoga. Jennifer Blair will take you through basic principles in alignment to help you gain strength, understanding, and control in your body. Expect side effects of feeling stronger, more flexible, and less stressed. This is the best way to start your yoga practice. Take advantage of this special series! > $16 per session, or $55 for the series. Class cards and monthly unlimited packages may also be used for this series. > Noon > Sign Up Here
Ooltewah/Collegedale Council Meeting > Hosted by Ooltewah/Collegedale Chamber Council at Collegedale City Hall >Our speaker this month is Chief Brian Hickman he is a 17-year veteran of the Collegedale Police Department, Collegedale Tennessee. He now serves the Collegedale Police Department as Chief of Police. Before becoming the Chief of Police, Chief Hickman worked as the Sergeant over the traffic division, Commander over the Special Operations Response Team, and as a Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division. Chief Hickman worked as the Governors Highway Safety Law Enforcement Network Coordinator for the Chattanooga Regional Network area for several years, and continues to instruct for the Governors Highway Safety Office. > 9:15 am
Southern Belle Riverboat > Lunch Cruise May School Pizza – It is Field Trip Season !!! Many of our Week Day Lunch Cruises have School Groups On Board. This 1.5 Hour Lunch Cruise offers Pilot House Tours, Narration, Our One Time Through Buffet Style Lunch Features 2 Slices Pizza, Bread Stick, Salad, Snack Cake, Soda, Iced Tea, Water.> Adults $32.90 & Kids $18.90 >>> Sightseeing Cruise May – It is Field Trip Season !!! Our Weekday Noon Cruises Often Have School Groups On Board. This 1.5 Hour Sightseeing Cruise Features Pilot House Tours, Narration, Concessions Available for Purchase. > $22.90 Adults & $13.90 Kids > Both Options Available at 10:00 am > Buy Tickets
Main St Farmers Market > Main St Farmers Market’s in the new location at the corner of Main St and Chestnut St. Come visit us in our brand new spot right across the street from T-Bones on the Southside. Come enjoy the festivities as we kick off our 9th season as Chattanooga’s premier mid-week farmers market. This free event has something for the whole family! The Main Street Farmers Market is providing live music for the community during the Spring-A-Ma-Jig. Walter from Hoe Hop Valley Farm is preparing his famous pasture-raised chicken and pork for street-style tacos so you can eat while you shop. There will be activities for the kids to enjoy as well. Be sure to show up at this free community festival, and remember that Main St Farmers Market is open year-round, rain or shine: Every Wednesday from 4-6 pm! > 4:00 pm
Chattanooga Market at Erlanger East > 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.
Chattanooga Public Library Events
4th Floor Staff One-on-One Assistance > 02:00pm to 02:45pm > Adult, Teens, Tween, Kids ,Downtown, The 4th Floor
STEAM Study Break < 04:00pm to 05:00pm < Tween, Kids , Eastgate
MakeaNooga: DIY Bowtruckles @Downtown Branch>Tweens & Teens! Join us to make a posable, adorable bowtruckle from the film Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them! > 4:00pm to 05:00pm > Tween, Kids , Northgate