The free Friday night concert series Nightfall will return to Miller Plaza in May.
From breakfast to dinner — we’ve rounded up a day full of kid-friendly activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Bring your friends and family to watch a movie for free in some of Chattanooga’s parks.
From getting a permit to catering, we’ve got the details on how to plan a wedding, family reunion, or special occasion in a national park.
These free community events will provide safe spaces for local youth to gather and enjoy their spring break.
Making summer plans for the kiddos? Check out these local summer camps.
Spend spring break on a scavenger hunt through Chattanooga attractions.
Daylight saving time has been around as early as 1918, and many legislators across the country are looking to change that.
This annual event includes art installations, vendors, live music, family activities, and more.
Ridges to Rivers will open on Wednesday, March 1.
The local aquarium is featured in USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice 2023 poll.
Rock the Riverfront will return to the Chattanooga Green from March 17-April 16 with a new interactive art installation, Los Trompos.
Scuba Claus returns to spread some holiday cheer with the aquarium’s underwater friends.
The Chattanooga Department of Parks and Outdoors’ Summit of Softball Complex will host a dazzling drive-thru holiday lights experience.
The beloved event returns for holiday fun on the Tennessee Riverfront.