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The 20th annual 4 Bridges Arts Festival has gone virtual! While we are all finding new ways to work during the pandemic, the festival has found a new home this year on a free smartphone app for Apple and Android users. From September 3-September 5, For more
information, visit www.avarts.org

 

The TN Valley Railroad is offering a donation-based outdoor movie night on September 4 th at 9:30pm. You have to register online for entrance to the screening of October Sky (featuring Steam Queen 4501). The event will be set up for socially distancing customers so that all can enjoy a safe evening at the Tennessee Valley Railroad. Recommended donation of $5.00 per person

Labor Day at the Post in Rossville is happening Saturday frpm 10am-3pm. Enjoy family fun with food, crafts, vendors, a cruise in and entertainment. For information call 423.645.3378

This Sun., Sep. 6 at sunset, Friends of the Festival is hosting a family drive-in movie night at the Tennessee Riverpark, 4301 Amnicola Hwy. “Jumanji: The Next Level” will be showing, and tickets are $25 per car. Tickets are for sale online only here

The 2020 Labor Day Car & Motorcycle Show to benefit the Al Millard Memorial Stocking Full of Love will be held Monday, September 7th at the Walker County Civic Center from 8am-4pm. Enjoy a Dunk a Cop water tank, games for the kids and BBQ email
stockingfulloflove@gmail.com for additional information.

The CSO will begin its unique 2020/21 season with a free community concert at the beautiful Tennessee Riverpark on September 11th 7pm. This event is free and open to the public, and attendees will need to bring their own chairs and/or blankets for lawn seating. Additional concerts open for sale to the public will be announced soon. Watch the website
at chattanoogasymphony.org for the most up-to-date details

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre is reinventing what the live theatre experience looks like as it moves forward with an abbreviated season of three live productions. The first show is “Having Our Say” opens Sept. 25 and runs through Oct. 11. Due to limited seating, tickets are recommended to be purchased well in advance. For safety purposes, tickets must be purchased at last 24 hours before performances as no walk-ups are permitted. For tickets, call the box office at 267-8534 (Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.) or visit
TheatreCentre.com

A pair of local cyclists launched a new website dedicated to promoting gravel cycling in Tennessee’s Southern Blue Ridge Mountains (east of Chattanooga and south of the Smoky Mountains). The new website, TennesseeGravel.com, showcases a wide variety of ways to enjoy the beautiful backroads in and around the Cherokee National Forest, from simple day trips to overnight bikepacking adventures to bike races and events.