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Chattanooga-area residents can commemorate Easter in ways secular and sacred. Here are some of the celebrations with kids in mind.
Elmer Fudd might consider them wascally, but the folks at Chattanooga Zoo feel diff-wently.
It's not just spring that's sprouting on Lookout Mountain. Rock City Gardens gets even greener this weekend with the return of EarthDayz.
Trainers from the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, a Boulder, Colo.-based nonprofit that teaches how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly, are in Chattanooga over the next few days.
Saturday event includes award presentation to local teacher
Barnes & Noble, 2100 Hamilton Place, will play host to eight authors in the next three days, seven of them for a Spring Break Book Signing from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 19. The other event is at 6 tonight, April 17.
About 30 years ago, I was finishing up my degree in broadcast journalism at UTC. It was a brand-new degree and department at the school, so there were only a handful of us pursuing the degree. This gave me access to some pretty amazing stuff for the time.
Daily departures on the new Zoo Choo Train have begun at Chattanooga Zoo, 301 N. Holtzclaw Ave. The trackless train features multiple wagons to hold up to 20 children at one time, plus sound and wheels in motion and a smoke machine.
The Chattanooga Lookouts are on the road against the Tennessee Smokies this weekend, but the team will return next week to AT&T Field, 201 Power Alley.