published Saturday, July 16th, 2011

AROUNDTHEREGION

TODAY

  • Benefit Garage Sale: Partnership for Families, Children and Adults, 1800 McCallie Ave., 8 a.m.-noon, rummage sale benefits Partnership’s Elder Services program. 697-3829.

  • Bluegrass Jamboree: Harrison Ruritan Club, 5709 Tyner Lane in Harrison, 6-10 p.m., free, donations of canned and nonperishable foods accepted for Chattanooga Community Kitchen. 344-7848.

  • Chattanooga State Fish Fry: Chattanooga State Community College, Amnicola Highway, 11 a.m., fish fry and registration session for prospective students to meet with admissions and financial aid staff. 697-2482.

  • Fish Fry: Second Missionary Baptist Church, 2305 E. Third St., 11 a.m.-3 p.m., fish fry and $5 car wash sponsored by youth ministry.

  • Mother-Son Bowling: Holiday Bowl, 5530 Hixson Pike, 5:30 p.m. registration, 6 p.m. bowling, $10 per person. 843-2695.

SUNDAY

  • Complementary Health Education Organization: Miller-Motte Technical College, 6020 Shallowford Road, 2-4 p.m., free, visitors welcome, program spotlights CHEO board members and their health specialties.

  • Counterpoint Concert: First Baptist Church chapel, 401 Gateway Ave., 5 p.m., $10, performances by Sara Schone, soprano; Dr. Nikolasa Tejero, clarinet; and Tim Hinck, pianist; discussion with musicians follows.

  • Jericho Brass: First-Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1505 *. Moore Road, 4 p.m., free concert by brass band.

  • Mural Unveiled: JJ’s Bohemia, 231 M.L. King Blvd., 4 p.m., “I Have a Dream” mural revealed by artist Mark Making, first in a series of murals planned for M.L. King revitalization.

MONDAY

  • AARP Driver Safety Class: Garden Plaza at Greenbriar Cove, 4586 Forsythia Way off Ooltewah-Ringgold Road, 9 a.m., $12 AARP members, $14 all others. 396-5100.

  • Together Knits: Ashland Terrace Christian Church, 915 Ashland Terrace, 1 p.m., visitors of all skill levels welcome to Chattanooga knitting guild. fatelmo@bellsouth.net.

TUESDAY

  • NAACP Meeting: Glenwood Recreation Center, 2610 E. Third St., 6 p.m., visitors welcome. 432-9776.

  • Preschool Open House: Ringgold United Methodist Church Preschool, 7484 Nashville St., Ringgold, Ga., 4-6 p.m., serving ages 1-4 for full or half days, either three or five days a week. 706-935-4777.

THURSDAY

  • Civil War Lecture: Cleveland State Community College, Barker Humanities Building Room 112, Cleveland, Tenn., 6 p.m., free, Professor Neil Greenwood gives lecture on the first Battle of Bull Run. 472-7141, ext. 300.

  • Fleet Reserve Association: Navy Marine Corps Reserve Center, Amnicola Highway, 2 p.m., meeting of FRA Branch 187 open to all active or retired Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel with veterans status, ladies auxiliary will meet at the same time.

  • Southern Appalachian Back Country Horsemen: Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland, Tenn., 6:30 p.m., visitors welcome, Dr. Jim Blackford presents program on Inside a Colic Surgery with video. 238-5540.

JULY 23

  • Chief Vann House Days: Historic Vann House, intersection of Georgia highways 52A and 225, three miles west of Chatsworth, Ga., 10 a.m.-4 p.m., $5 adults, $3.50 ages 6-18. 706-695-2598.

SUNDAY, JULY 24

  • Benefit Bike Ride: Diamond Billiard Club, noon barbecue and registration, first bike out at 1 p.m., ride ends at Bart’s Lakeshore about 5 p.m., $10 per hand, $20 for three, poker run and boat float to benefit children of the late Jimmy Hess. 240-4207 or 762-3097.
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