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Posts from April 2018

Chattanooga For Active Seniors

Monday, April 23, 2018 7:00 PM

While we’re known for beautiful mountain vistas and outdoor fun, you can still explore Chattanooga’s natural beauty without breaking a sweat. We’re also a city steeped in history, with myriad attractions for both active seniors or those looking to retire.

Senior travelers are drawn to Chattanooga

Featured Blog - Southern Belle Riverboat

Friday, April 13, 2018 6:00 AM

I’ve driven over Chattanooga’s four bridges too many times to count. The view never gets old. But as much as I’ve admired the Tennessee River from above, I wanted to actually experience it. So I hitched a ride on a riverboat called the Southern Belle.

3rd Deck Burger BarI boarded the 450-passenger boat on the first


Wednesday, April 11, 2018 4:00 PM

Artburst is Chattanooga's month-long celebration of art, artists and the blooming of color in spring. Every week you'll find events and destinations designed to stimulate the senses and bring new color and energy into the city.

See the full list of Artburst events here and visit ARTBURSTCHATT.COM

Chattanooga's Local Markets

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 10:00 AM

Supporting local food and farmers is important to Chattanooga. The Scenic City is home to a plethora of local markets that have the freshest and highest quality produce and artisan goods all sourced from right here in the Tennessee Valley.

Chattanooga MarketChatt. Market
(423) 648-2496
First Tennessee Pavilion

Chattanooga Film Festival 2018

Monday, April 2, 2018 1:00 PM

What started out in 2014 as a small film festival in Chattanooga has turned into what Southern Living magazine has deemed as "The Sundance of the South." The Chattanooga Film Festival is four days of independent films, parties, workshops, discussion panels, and more. Last year's festival drew over