This is not a drill. Yes, there will be a MOON BOUNCE. Keep reading! > July 1st, 2017, we are celebrating our 3 year anniversary. A family friendly fun time bash on 825 Houston Street. We’ve got the road closed and some pretty insanse stuff to announce. Here is a tentative agenda: 9:00 am – We open for brunch. Serving brunch on all three floors, we’ll sling insane drink specials and a few exclusive food items until 2 pm. That’s right, BRUNCH in the FIX. >> 2:00 pm – The street festival begins. We’re serving beer and food outside. Local vendors, artists, games, a chalk art contest, a moon bounce (all you can jump for $5), cornhole, frisbees, sprinklers, inflatables, and plenty more. >> 8:00 pm – Focus Fox goes on! >> 9:00 pm Behold the Brave rocks out in the street and the crowd goes wild. >> 10:00 pm – H4ppy_C4mper closes down the evening from atop the building on The Fix patio. Dancing in the moonlight, friends. (keep your clothes on, please) > Join us. This event is FREE. Family Friendly. Way better than any other plans you have.
Against the picturesque Tennessee River, the Chattanooga River Market boasts the unique talents of our local and regional artists, offering handmade arts & crafts. We offer a wide selection of jewelry, photography, apparel, woodworks and much more. Special engagements are featured each week, such as free yoga classes at 10 am (bring your own mat please) and live performances by Jennifer Daniels at 12:30 pm. The Chattanooga River Market is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. > 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Events and Happenings Around the Scenic City
Rock City’s Summer Music Weekends > Enjoy some of the best toe-tapping old time blue grass and a mix of modern and folk country music combined with a Seven States View during Summer Music Weekends… featuring the music of Matt Downer – Old Time Traveler, Highbeams, Amber Carrington, Martin & Durham and Tarryn Aimee Smith. Spend a summer day at Rock City Gardens, enjoy a glass of fresh squeezed lemonade, plan to dine at Cafe 7 – serving southern cuisine with a modern twist – AND check out the Rock City Raptors Birds of Prey shows in the Critter Classroom. > 8:30 am – 7:00 pm > See Schedule of Events and Music Here
Tupelo Honey (Chattanooga, TN >Puppers in Paradise with Get Seated > Bring your pups out to “paradise” in their best attire! We will be transforming Tupelo Honey Cafe’s patio into paradise for you and your pups. We will have a photo contest where the best dressed pups will be awarded some awesome prizes! Select drinks will also be on special! > 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Chatter Box Cafe BBQ Throwdown > So you feel like the king of the grill when you’re at the house? We want to give you backyard grill masters a chance to test your skills out! We will be hosting a backyard BBQ throw down. We will have 4 categories (pork, ribs, chicken, & wildcard). With your entry fee we provide the pork, chicken & ribs. Contestants will be responsible for bringing the wildcard meat. There will be 4 judges and each category will have a purse of $100 to total $400 in possible winnings!! Bring your grill, your seasoning, and your A game. Sign up in person of visit or web site. *Limited to 15 teams > Noon – 5:00 pm
Chattanooga Market General Store > Join us at Chattanooga Market General Store to have a “Meet and Greet” with one of Chattanooga’s favorite watercolorists, Jaime Barks. Meet her….watch her work…buy a unique piece of art….have fun…all at Chattanooga Market General Store! Plus, Cookie Cow will be there too! > 12:30 pm
Estate of Confusion > Estate of Confusion Close Out | June 28 – July 2: Wed. Thurs. Fri. & Sat. 10 am – 5 pm & Sun. 12 noon – 5 pm > EVERYTHING. MUST. GO. > 301 E. Main Street, Chattanooga, TN
Hunter Museum of American Art > Beauty is Embarrassing Screening > All are invited to see “Beauty is Embarrassing, “ a film about the artist Wayne White whose work is featured in our newly opened exhibit “Thrill After Thrill: Thirty Years of Wayne White.” Admission to the film in the auditorium is free to all and admission to the exhibit is $15 for adults (free to members and to children 17 and under accompanied by a ticket holding adult). > 11:30 am >>> Wayne Weekend Docents > If you’ve been looking for a way to get more involved with the Hunter but have no time Monday through Friday, now’s your chance! The Hunter is looking for art lovers with a sense of whimsy and love of tomfoolery to help engage guests during summer weekends with our newest exhibition, Thrill After Thrill: Thirty Years of Wayne White. Interested docents will attend three lively 90-minute training sessions on July 1st and July 8th (with an alternate make up date on July 15th). Sessions will include training on Thrill After Thrill and methods for engaging audiences of all ages. These special Wayne-trained docents will then share the exhibition with the general public during select Saturdays from July 22 through September 30 at 2 pm. For more information about this specialized docent opportunity, please contact Adera Causey or (423) 752-2053.
FIT4MOM Chattanooga > Red, White & Brunch for the Whole Bunch > Bring the whole family, and let’s celebrate our freedom FIT4MOM style. Dadurday means we all get to sweat, (even Daddy!), and we all get to play post workout! Bring your favorite festive dish, and let’s play some yard games as families! > 10:00 am
Beef O’ Brady’s, Ooltewah, TN > Come celebrate America with us at our Red, White, and Blue party Saturday July 1st! We will have food and drink specials all day long and the The Stephen Busie Band will crank it up at 6pm! Wear some red, white, and blue for America! > Specials: $5 Tito’s All American Lemonade, $5 Tito’s American Mule, $5 Burger and Fries, & $3 Bud Light Aluminums > 11:00 am
Revelator Coffee Company > Coffee With MJ BOOK TOUR > Book signing for The Faewitch book one in MJ Boshers ‘ Faewitch Series. Books will be available for purchase or bring your own. Available at Barnes and Noble and amazon.com/author/
mjboshers.com MJ will begin her book tour at the Revelator Coffee Co. > 1:00 pm
Southern Belle Riverboat > Sightseeing Cruise June – For those of you Not Looking to have Lunch but want to cruise the River with us. Enjoy the Open Air Promenade Deck ( No Elevator Access ) and relax as the Scenic Tennessee River Flows Along. 1.5 Hour Cruise. We do offer concessions ( Hot Dog, Nacho, Popcorn, Pretzel, Beverages, Beer and Wine style ) You are outside, we do have a mist system but you are not in a climate controlled area. > $24.90 Adults & $13.90 Kids > Lunch Cruise June Deluxe Deli – 1.5 Hour Cruise, Pilot House Tours, Narration, Our One Time Through Buffet Style Lunch Features Soup, Deli Sandwich, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Salad, Potato Chips, Snack Cake, Soda, Iced Tea, Coffee, Water. > $34.90 Adults & $20.90 Kids > Both Cruises Available at Noon & 2:00 pm > Buy Tickets
Clyde’s On Main > Special Brunch Menu 10:00 am – 3:00 pm > Drinks, Food, and Fun on the Southside
The Bitter Alibi > Brunch > 9:00 am – 2:00 pm > You Can’t Beat it!!
Chattanooga Brewing Company > Time for tours from yours truly. Tours are only $8 and that includes, a beer, a pint glass, and brewing knowledge to impress all of your friends. Come by at 1:00 or 3:00 p.m. ready to drink and get your learn on. Cheers!
Bluewater Grille > Brunch Menu Open at 11:00 am
Puckett’s Chattanooga > Open at 7:30 am for Breakfast/Brunch > Buffet Available at 8:00 am >> All till 11:00 am
The Big Chill & Grill > Open For Brunch at 11:00 am < $3 Mimosas, Poinsettias, Bellinis and Chambulls or enjoy a Sangria, Sangria Swirl > Bloody Mary Bar for only $4
The Daily Ration > Open For Brunch and Breakfast at 7:00 am
Beast & Barrel > Open for Brunch > Bloody Mary, Mimosa, and Special Brunch Menu > 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
1885 Grill > Brunch open at 11:00 am
STIR > Brunch 10:30 – 2:30 for $1 mimosas, $5 bloody marys and all-you-can-eat cold bar.
The Camp House > Breakfast Open at 9:00 am
Easy Bistro & Bar > Brunch at 11:00 am
Bluegrass Grill <Open at 7:00 am > For Breakfast
Community Pie > Open at 11:00 am > Half Price Sangrias All Day
The Honest Pint > Brunch from 11:00 – 3:00 pm < Brunch specials until 3pm. #bluegrass #brunch #localmusic #drinklocal >
Food Works > Open at 11:00 am > $1 Champagne or Mimosas, $2 PBR Tallboys, $2 Chambull, and $3.50 House Bloody Marys with purchase of entree
Adelle’s Ice Cream Creperie > Open For Breakfast at 7:00 am > Dakari Kelly on the bass > Come enjoy live music from 11-1 with your Saturday brunch!
Backstage Chattanooga > “Blue Collar Brunch” from 11-3 with down home cookin’ and “Bottomless Mimosas” as well as the soon to be famous “Station Street Bloody Marry” 22oz double vodka with bacon, Shrimp, celery, Artichoke hearts, Olives, green beans and Jalapeño.
Frothy Monkey (Chattanooga, TN) > Open at 6:30 am > Brunch Menu Served till 5:00 pm
Chattanooga River Market Yoga > Did you know that the Chattanooga Yoga Community leads a free yoga session by Maggie White every Saturday at 10:00 am during our Chattanooga River Market season ? Join us on the Tennessee Aquarium Plaza each Saturday. Admission is free, and beginners are welcome to join to learn more about the peaceful exercise.
SUP Yoga & Pilates Fusion> Hosted by L2 Outside > Mind, Body, and Spirit – there is no better way to balance your life than Yoga on the water! Whether you’re a beginner or intermediate you will be challenged and stretched by our Saturday morning class. Stand Up Pilates & Yoga Fusion with Certified instructor Haley Mills. To secure your spot RSVP ahead of time and arrive 15 minutes prior to each session. SUP Yoga & Pilates Fusion – Saturdays @ 9-10 AM > Details: $20 per session // Includes Stand up paddle board rental // Includes PFD & Paddle // Teaching by a Certified Instructor > $10.00 if you BYOB(bring your own board and gear) > Register Here
Rise Up 5K – Chattanooga, TN > On Saturday, July 1, 2017, people of all walks of life, ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations will RISE UP together across the nation for the world’s largest running/walking event. With a collective voice of footsteps, we will run to the cadence of liberty, freedom, and justice for ALL. Join today and make history. RISE UP. RUN. BE HEARD. > Sign Up Here > 8:00 am
Inversions Circus Arts & Performance Center > Acro Introductory Workshop! > Are you interested in jumping on the AcroYoga train, but aren’t sure where to start? Are you looking for a fun way to stay fit while connecting with friends?!?! Then we’ve got your number! Join us THIS SATURDAY for our Introductory Workshop to all things Acro! No experience neccessary! Pricing: Solo participant $30 for the 2 Hours & Duo participants $40 for the 2 Hours > The Acro Introductory Workshop also gets you 20% off of one of our Acro Bundle Class Packs! To reserve your spot, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
om with your contact info – that’s it! And yes, it IS that easy > 2:00 pm >>>> Acro Jam at Inversions! > Come one, come ALL… to our Saturday Acro Jam! Just $5 bucks to drop-in and free to all Inversions members! Lots of room, lots of mats, lines for high tricks PLUS all the coolest acro-cats in (and out of) town will be there > The Acro Jam is not a class, workshop or open studio, but rather a time for experienced acrobats to get together to practice and refine skills with other experienced acrobats. All levels are welcome, but some previous experience is necessary as instruction is not offered. > 4:00 pm
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park > Artillery Programs at Point Park July 1 > On Saturday, July 1, Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park will conduct artillery programs at Point Park on Lookout Mountain. Demonstrations, each lasting approximately 30 minutes, are scheduled at10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm, and 3:30 pm. Admission to Point Park is $5 per adult, ages 16 and over. Youth, ages 15 and under, are free. During the Civil War, both armies claimed to be carrying out the legacy of our nation’s founders and the American Revolution. Join us at Point Park for special artillery programs commemorating the Independence Day holiday in the context of the Civil War in Chattanooga. >>> Meet Author Dr. Andrew S. Bledsoe > In partnership with the National Park Service, Eastern National would like to invite you to meet author Dr. Andrew S. Bledsoe on Saturday, July 1, from 10 am until 2 pm. Dr. Bledsoe will be available inside the visitor center at Chickamauga Battlefield to sign his book, Citizen-Officers: the Union and Confederate Volunteer Junior Officer Corps in the American Civil War and will provide a special program at 1 pm. During his program, Dr. Bledsoe will answer the questions, What is a company officer, How can one become a company officer, What is the role of a Company Officer, and Why is it so Hazardous? > 10:00 pm
Fly Fishing Meet-Up | Hiwassee< Hosted by Blue Ridge Fly Fishing – Chattanooga and Blue Ridge Fly Fishing Company < So, with all the rain we are getting, we are ditching the plan to head for a small freestone stream (since they’ll all be flooded out) and will venture, instead, to the mighty tailwater known as the Hiwassee River. It’ll be raining, so bring your rain gear… don’t worry, the fish won’t care that it’s wet. We will be launching our monthly fly fishing meet-ups this July 1st, where we go out and explore different water every month, so you can get the lay of the land (or water, in this case) and find new fishing spots. We will announce where we are going as we get closer to the weekend. We will have coffee at the shop… we will drive out by 6:30 am, so be there or be square. > 6:00 am
Taylor Talks – Snakes of Tennessee > Hosted by Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center > Familiarize yourself with snakes native to Tennessee and their vital roles in our ecosystem. Members free. Non-members: included with cost of admission.> Starts at 1:00 pm
July Fairy Garden Workshop > Hosted by Signal Mountain Nursery > Cost: $29.99 > Come build a miniature world of your own… Our popular Fairy Garden class is back for July! The cost of the class includes everything you need to build your garden: container, soil, rocks, moss, and three plants. Other accessories are available at additional cost. Great for all ages! (Children should have parental supervision) > Because space is limited, we encourage you to pre-register in store or by calling 423-886-3174 > 10:00 am
St. Albans Hixson Market < A small community market with variety from local farmers & artisans. You will find fresh produce (in season) & a variety of products year round. > 9:30 am – 12:30 pm > Rain or Shine < 7514 Hixson Pike (just past Gold Point Circle, N on the right)
Nutrition World > Opening Weekend of Nutrition World’s Farmers Market > We, as a family at Nutrition World, are beyond excited to bring what we confidently feel is the best of the best local food to Chattanooga. We have spent the last few months meticulously hand picking farmers whose growing methods & practices meet our quality standards. We wholeheartedly believe that the complete picture of health requires many different modalities and without any doubt one of the largest is a clean diet. Since we don’t have the sqaure footage or ability to bring this fresh food to you inside of our store, we have decided to have a market to bring it to you on a weekly basis, straight from the farmer! With the situation of our current food industry as a whole that values productivity and profits over quality and health, it seems turning back to the local family farmer who maintains quality as his top standard is the best health decision. We are proud to bring non-gmo free range eggs, grass fed their entire life beef, raw milk from A2 cows, organic vegetables and leafy superfood greens, kombucha, wild caught salmon, homemade real butter & local fruit pies & beautiful wildflowers. > 11:00 – 1:00 pm
Northside Farmers’ Market on Mississippi < The Northside Farmers’ Market on Mississippi is rising like a tiny lil baby Phoenix to bring some great, sustainably grown eats to the neighborhood and make local food as easy to get as a trip to the Kangaroo mart! As crops begin to come in we will have fruits and vegetables,and some additional folks to sell their produce. But right now, let’s enjoy eggs and beef that are available where your car is already parked! > 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Brainerd Farmers Market > The Brainerd Farmers Market 10am -12pm > Grace Episcopal Church, Brainerd Rd. at Belvoir across from the Bi-Lo
Bettieville on MLK > Come set up your own outside booth! SALE your crafts, home goods, candles, what ever you desire! No limits!! > Just bring your own set up, tables, chairs, canopies…etc… > Parking lot space!! > $20 spots.. ( no limit on space used, just please be courteous of others ) > We are going to be doing this EVERY SATURDAY from now through beginning of winter! > 10:00 am
Chattanooga Public Library Events
Baby Bounce > 10:00am to 10:30am > Kids , Downtown, 2nd floor
Bored? Play Board Games! > 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm > Teens, Tween, Kids , South
Epikos Comics, Cards, & Games – Hixson > Hour of Devastation Open House > Come in and learn how to play Magic the Gathering, an exciting card game that is full of strategic plays and epic battles! Free welcome decks will be handed out to players for the chance to trial run the new play set, Hour of Devastation. Experienced Magic players will teach you the ins and outs of game play, and give advice on strategies and tactics for deck-building. For participating, you will also receive a Premium foil, full-art basic Hour of Devastation land! > Noon