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Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012    |   

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MUSIC

3: Adler & Hearn at Charles & Myrtle's Coffeehouse

3: Uptown Big Band concert at Mountain Arts Community Center, Signal Mountain

3-4: CSO Masterworks, "Dvorak Symphony No. 6," at Tivoli Theatre (Saturday) and Volkswagen Chattanooga Conference Center (Sunday)

5: Jim Witter presents "Feelin' Groovy: A Musical Journey Through the '60s Featuring the Music of Simon and Garfunkel" in Cleveland

5: An Evening With Judy Collins at Athens City Middle School

6: War Bonds at Gem Theatre, Calhoun, Ga.

7: Lindsey Buckingham at Track 29

THEATER

1-12/22: "A Sanders Family Christmas" at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.

2-3: "An Evening of One-Acts" in UTC Fine Arts Center

2-4, 8-10: Lee University Theatre presents "Big River" in Dixon Center

ARTS EVENTS

2: Artist demonstrations at Art Creations

2-30: "The Art of Gifting" at In-Town Gallery

6-1/4: "The Art of Still Life" at The Arts Center, Athens, Tenn.

COMEDY

1-3: Etta May at The Comedy Catch

2-3: Alysia Wood at Vaudeville Cafe

4: Ron White at Tivoli Theatre

COMPETITIONS

3: U.S. Bands' Southern National Championships at Finley Stadium

3-4: Head of the Hooch at Ross's Landing

4: Cheerleader competition at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton

COMMUNITY EVENTS

2: USO Dance at American Legion Blair Post, East Ridge

2-4: Tennessee State Numismatic Society coin show at Camp Jordan, East Ridge

3: Santa Arrival Parade at Hamilton Place

3: South Pittsburg Volunteer Fire Department's Christmas for Kids Open Car, Truck, Bike & Craft Show on Main Street

3, 10, 17, 24: Holiday Harvest Open House at Georgia Winery, Ringgold, Ga.

4: Chattanooga Market's Bark for Life at First Tennessee Pavilion

4: Dino Richardson Memorial Toy Run, benefiting Al Millard Stocking Full of Love, from Ridgeland High School to LaFayette High School

7: History Makers Luncheon at Chattanooga Convention Center