From festivals to history lessons, these are a few ways to celebrate Black History Month locally.
Immersion Gallery will host its next event following its opening in December.
Local adventure, travel, and tour company Outshine Adventures will offer a weekend getaway to anyone who feels like a women’s retreat is right for them.
This fundraising event will offer an “elevated hot chocolate experience.”
In celebration of Black History Month, local organizations Culture Books + Rhyme N Chatt will present the Black History Festival.
Rock the Riverfront will return to the Chattanooga Green from March 17-April 16 with a new interactive art installation, Los Trompos.
The fundraising gala will take place on Feb. 24, 2023.
Take this opportunity by the horns.
Check out winter and holiday-themed events happening in and around Chattanooga in this seasonal guide.
Over 20 businesses in Signal Mountain participate in this beloved holiday tradition.
Southside’s 24-hour festival, MAINx24, will take place on Saturday, Dec. 3 this year. Here’s the need-to-know info.
Some of the events that we’re looking forward to at MAINx24 this year.
This year’s RED DOT: “Bird of a Feather” selection supports + celebrates the organization’s artists in residency.
The Tennessee Aquarium’s IMAX Theater will host the “iHeart Radio Jingle Ball: The IMAX Experience.”
The inaugural event shows attendees a behind-the-scenes look into one of Chattanooga’s most beloved holiday traditions.
The beloved event returns for holiday fun on the Tennessee Riverfront.
Experience another culture without leaving the Scenic City.
The free community-wide Thanksgiving meal will return after a two-year hiatus.
The annual fundraising event will be held on Thurs., Oct. 20.
The annual festival showcases rare, historically significant cars over the course of three days in downtown Chattanooga.
The annual event is back at the First Horizon Pavilion from Sat., Oct. 8-Sun., Oct. 9.
This is an annual event held in Sculpture Fields at Montague Park.
Get your calendars out for some fun October events in the Scenic City.
The Chattanooga Bacon & Barrel Festival returns to the First Horizon Pavilion on Oct. 13.
Celebrate Pride in Chattanooga, TN all week long with special events and festivities.
The four-day festival will take place Oct. 19-22.
The 21st anniversary of 9/11 is this Sunday. Several remembrance events will take place in Chattanooga, TN.
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