Posts from June 2018

Chattanooga's Public Art

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 8:00 AM

Scattered throughout Chattanooga’s streets, you’ll find exciting artwork on almost every corner. The city is filled with 125+ pieces of public art, bringing the sidewalks to life with sculpture gardens, moveable bridges, and Native American waterscapes. As you explore, keep an eye out, have your

7 Ways to Stay Cool This Summer In Chattanooga

Friday, June 22, 2018 8:00 AM

Summer time means hot weather and with the temps rising, everyone is looking for ways to stay cool. Even though the North Pole sounds enticing, there’s no need to travel around the world to find a cool summer escape.

Chattanooga is located right on the Tennessee River and just being close to the

5 Cool Summer Camping Spots Near Chattanooga

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 2:00 PM

The dog days of summer are here, and unless your idea of camping involves sitting inside a land yacht with the AC running, picking the right destination is critical. Although I once survived a 100 degree afternoon in a campsite by sitting in front of no less than six box fans running at full tilt,

Make Music Chattanooga

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 10:00 AM

Make Music Day is a worldwide celebration of music, where musicians – of all levels at any age – will fill the city’s streets, parks, rooftops, etc., playing live music on June 21 (the Summer Solstice). This event was started in France in 1982 and has grown to include over 700 cities in 120

Chattanooga Fireworks

Friday, June 8, 2018 11:00 AM

Why settle for just one round of firework shows when you can pack in multiple nights of fireworks this summer!

2018 Chattanooga Fireworks Schedule
Every Friday home game - Chattanooga Lookouts
Saturday, June 16th - Riverbend Festival
Monday, July 2nd - Lake Winnepesaukah
Tuesday, July 3rd - Pops on

5 Awesome Swimming Holes Near Chattanooga

Friday, June 1, 2018 8:00 PM

Swimming holes are what Southeastern summers are all about. And while the Chattanooga area is home to some seriously incredible places to take a natural dip, it's also home to plenty of private land with a number of tricky access issues. So, disclaimer: It's likely that your favorite Chattanooga