The historic East Chattanooga community will host Glass Street Live on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in conjunction with the HATCH Chatt Arts Festival.
Officials said the event will be held rain or shine.
The day will include music, food, crafts and more. The event will be held at 2508 Glass St., at the intersection of North Chamberlain Avenue.
Glass House Collective partners with residents and merchants of East Chattanooga who aim to bring Glass Street back to life.
The day begins at nearby Hardy Elementary at 2100 Glass St. with the “touch-a-truck” activity, showcasing Chattanooga’s biggest trucks.
-Historic train rides with the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
-Civil War walking tour with local historian Jim Ogden
-Live music featuring DJ Selecta K7 on the rooftop of Custom Cycles
-Kids activities such as inflatables, screen-printing T-shirts, decorating bird houses and a LEGO building competition
-Mobile garden demonstration and planting activities with Fair Share
-Pop-up ping pong arena with LifeKraze
-Living history museum where you can share your Glass Street story with the Glass House Collective
-Youth basketball tournament with East Chattanooga Parks and Recreation and Hope for the Inner City
Glass Street Live is sponsored by Stone Services, Memorial Health Care System, AREA203 Digital, East Chattanooga Improvement, Peter Murphy, Coca Cola, Kevin Bate and J.T. McDaniel.