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Kevin James can make you laugh any number of ways.

An event that helped shape Chattanooga’s reputation as an outdoors destination marks its 10th year this weekend.

Three wineries along the Ocoee River in Southeast Tennessee will take part in a coordinated Wine Trail experience on Saturday, Nov. 1.

Its all about healthy living — fresh produce and free health screenings — when Chattanooga Market hosts the Erlanger HealthFair on Sunday, Nov. 2.

Get your costume on Oct. 31 and join goblins haunting Lake Winnepesaukah during its first Halloween night party. Friday night’s spook-tacle offers all the fun of the amusement park’s WinnepeSpookah, which has been held weekends in October, plus special events just for Halloween night, says Lake Winnie spokeswoman Talley Green.

You’ve seen pumpkins fly through the air on Science Channel’s “Punkin Chunkin.” Now you can clock your own pumpkin’s hang time on Saturday, Nov. 1, when Crabtree Farms hosts its Pumpkin Smash fall festival.

Area residents can find out for just a night what it’s like to be without permanent shelter as Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga hosts its sixth annual Box City Camp Out To Stamp Out Family Homelessness.

Candy’s dandy, but some ghosts and goblins crave more than sweets on Halloween. Here are a few ideas beyond the trick-or-treat circuit.

Whether you're ready to get lost in corn mazes or find bigger frights in haunted places, you'll find plenty of seasonal attractions awaiting around the region.

June 14, 2014

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