If there is such a thing as a landscaping nerd, this lecture should really get them going. At this Tennessee Wild Ones meeting, Cheryl Murphy, Ph.D will talk about native communities likes prairies and savannahs and how to use them in landscaping.
Local classic musicians of all ages will perform Mozart's compositions at The Camp House. Goodwill donations are accepted.
Ernest C. Withers' photographs documented the lives in black Americans from the '40s to the '70s, and an exhibit of his work is on display at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center through March 1st. His daughter, Rosalind, will talk about her father's legacy and the process of preserving more than a million of her father's iconic pictures.
Get busy on a sewing project with company and some sewing pros. This month's project is an iron caddy, used to transport hot irons.
Learn about some biblical archaeology at this talk titled "Tall Jalul: A Levitital City of Refuge in Jordan?" at Southern Adventist University.
Held at the Ringgold Depot, this show honors the memory of Joe Turner and will feature the Sonlife Quartet, Calvary's Blend, Johnnie Sue and others to be announced.
This blues-funk group plays a mix of Motown, old-school hip-hop and rock and roll.
If you've ever been heartbroken by watching your flowering plant or shrub without blooms in the spring, you may have been pruning it incorrectly. Get the right information at this free workshop at the Ooltewah Landscape and Nursery Company.
Originally scheduled to speak during the snow disaster a couple weeks ago, New York-based Dalton native and author Elizabeth Cline will talk about her book, "Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion." Read more about the topic and slow fashion here.
Outdoor Chattanooga's Camp Chair Traveler series on Thursday will focus on the area's most beautiful underground caves.
Part of the Chattanooga Public Library's month-long celebration of Black History Month, a screening of the PBS documentary "Slavery By Another Name," which debunks the long-held historical myth that slavery ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. Learn more about the movie.