Canoe Kayak Chattanooga | Explore the Tennessee River Gorge by kayak or canoe — Pontoon Boats are also available for rent by the day.
This content is sponsored by Rock/Creek Outfitters. Their goal is to equip you with everything you need to enjoy the great outdoors. Get outfitted for summer in one of their two Chattanooga locations or online.*
WSLR Presents: Cristina Vane | Wed., June 22 | 7 p.m. | The Woodshop, 5500 Saint Elmo Ave. | $20+ | Nashville-based artist Cristina Vane is taking the town by storm with her unique blend of blues + folk music.
Lookout Farmers Market | Wed., June 22 | 3 p.m. | Red Bank United Methodist Church, 3800 Dayton Blvd. | Free+ | Shop from local + regional vendors. 🥕
Native Plants 101 | Thurs., June 23 | 6-8 p.m. | Crabtree Farms | $20 | This class is a brief introduction to local native plants complete with outdoor identifications. 🌱
Chelcie Lynn | Thurs., June 23 | 7 p.m. | The Waker Theatre | $35+ | Lynn is a comedian, actress, and internet personality who was recently named one of Variety’s 2021 “Top 10 Comics To Watch.”
Navy League Dinner | Thurs., June 23 | 6-9 p.m. | National Medal of Honor Heritage Center | $30 | Navy League members visit the Heritage Center’s exhibits and enjoy a barbecue dinner.
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We’d never guess that these chic patio chairs are made from recycled water bottles. | Photo provided by Outer
If you hear the word “wicker” and think of a frumpy, broken piece of furniture, you’re not alone — but thanks to Outer, a company that crafts stylish outdoor furniture with an eye toward sustainability, it’s time to rethink wicker.
By using recycled water bottles as source material, Outer has created eco-friendly wicker furniture that not only looks ultra-modern, but is durable enough to last a decade.
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Hamilton County secured $1.86 million in low interest state planning + design loans for five Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority projects. Among the projects is a reassessment of the Signal Mountain Wastewater Treatment Plant. (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
The Chattanooga Area Food Bank received a $1 million donation from the Frank P. Pierce Foundation. This donation will help provide hunger relief in nearby Northwest Georgia, such as Murray, Walker, and Whitfield counties. 🥫 (Local 3)
Hamilton County school board candidates will meet in six debates, hosted by Chattanooga 2.0, the Chattanooga Times Free Press + Local 3 News, in July. Citizens can submit questions for candidates online. Hamilton County’s general election is Thurs., Aug. 4. Residents have until Tues., July 5 to register to vote. 🗳️ (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Did you knowChattanooga State Community College offers different pathways to achieve your academic goals — no matter where you’re at in life? We recently chatted with four recent ChattState grads about their ChattState experience + why students should consider applying. Read their stories. 🎓 *
At Bonnaroo last weekend, Mayor Kelly presented rapper + Chattanooga native Isaiah Rashad with a key to the city and declared June 17 as Isaiah Rashad Day. Rashad has been signed to California-based label Top Dawg Entertainment — along with Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar — since 2013. 🗝️ (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Hamilton Place Mall announced the upcoming opening of four new stores this summer. Rose & Remington, a women’s clothing store, Tradehome Shoes, a footwear retailer, Hollie Ray Boutique, a women’s clothing boutique, and 96’ Kickz, a limited edition footwear store, will open at the mall soon. 🛍️ (WDEF)
McKamey Animal Center is looking for summer volunteers. Anyone 16 and older can volunteer, while those 10-15 years old are welcome to volunteer with a parent or guardian. Volunteer duties include dog walking, working at special events, and helping with laundry. 🐾
Culture Chatt will celebrateBrazilian culture with the Festa Junina this Sat., June 25 at Sculpture Fields at Montague Park. The festival will feature a capoeira exhibition, traditional Brazilian food — made by local Brazilians — and a kids play zone. 🇧🇷
The Pop-Up Project’s Prom 2022 will take place on Sat., June 25 at Studio 34. Come dressed in your tackiest prom attire, sip on spiked punch at the event’s open bar, and hit the dance floor. This prom is a fundraiser supporting The Pop-Up Project’s programming.
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Editor’s pick: I am happy to report that my co-editor Bri is officially a married gal. It was an absolute pleasure celebrating her +her husband’s wedding this past Saturday at the Waterhouse Pavilion. The ceremony was so beautiful and I’m still thinking about the chocolate + raspberry cake we had.Sending lots of love and safe travel wishes their way as they head to Mexico for their honeymoon.
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