James and Kim’s Weekend Bright Spots
Join CSO Principal Pops Conductor Bob Bernhardt for a behind-the-scenes look at the lives and works of musicians and composers during Bob’s Bootcamp. In this class, we’ll celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth with an in-depth look at his 9 symphonies, with a focus on the 5th. Ticket price ($35) also includes lunch.
Learn more about Bob’s Bootcamps: http://chattanoogasymphony.org/education-community/adult/
Chattanooga men’s basketball hosts Samford on Saturday, January 11 at 2:00 p.m. Be there to cheer on
your Mocs! Boy Scout Day – Boy Scouts who wear their uniform to the game can purchase a Lower Bowl ticket for
just $10 at the door and receive a FREE Chattanooga patch!Marion County Day – All Marion County residents can purchase a Lower Bowl ticket for just $10 by presenting their ID at the doors on game day!
No Room For Bullies
Sisters Who Care & Women on Mission are putting on a free community event that teaches kids how to respond to bullying as well as addressing the issues concerning our youth and suicide prevention. Bring your kids out to an event that will bring awareness to hard issues that our society faces.
Come out for back packs, gift bags, a surprise guest gospel rapper as well as several guest speakers! There
will be a panel and time for Q&A! Free 11-1pm Community Room 1200 Dodson Avenue
Chattanooga Wrestling hosts Gardner-Webb in Maclellan Gym on Sunday, January 12 at 2pm. Come out to support your Mocs! Public tickets are just $6 each. UTC students get in free with a valid Mocs ID.
Mozart and More with the CSO
Enjoy varied pieces performed by the principal musicians of the CSO ranging from Farkas’ playful and rhythmic Quattro Pezzi, to Mozart’s charming Quintet for piano and winds. Hand-selected by our principals, these works have it all! Tickets: $28 Chattanooga State Humanities Theatre