James and Kim’s top 5 for the weekend!

Food Truck Fridays
Come enjoy Culture Fest, music and dance in beautiful Miller Park. Come experience the rich cultural diversity of Chattanooga through arts, food, dance, and live music during your lunch hour!
Food Truck Fridays will happen every Friday, September 28 through November 16 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at 928 Market Street.
In addition to the Rolling J’s, Chatterbox, Clumpie’s and Go Gyro Go food trucks and cart that will be located on Market Street right beside Miller Park. Not only can you get great local food from the food trucks or one of the many surrounding restaurants to enjoy but also you get to enjoy local musicians and entertainers on your lunch break, free of charge.
To learn more about Food Truck Friday’s sponsored by Market City Center and other events happening in Miller Park or Miller Plaza, visit www.millerparkplaza.com

Walker County Ag Fest
Open to the public at 9am the Walker County Ag Fest takes place at the Walker County Ag Center in Rock Springs. Enjoy vedors from around the area with quilting, home goods, local artisans and animal showings from rabbits, chickens and goats. Also take classes throughout the day from Master Gardeners, top chefs and more. Plus, learn beekeeping skills and flower arranging!

Blowing Springs Farm Enchanted Maize
Rock City’s fall attraction in the valley below Lover’s Leap: each year a new cornfield maze design that will intrigue adventurers! Find fall fun with activities for the whole family! Get lost in the corn, go on a hayride or cow train ride, take aim with a corn slingshot, pet some animals at the Critter Corral and more! This event was selected as a Top 20 Event for 2017 by Southeast Tourism Society. www.blowingspringsfarm.com

Apple Fest at the Market
It’s prime time for APPLES at the Chattanooga Market! Local really is better and you’ll taste the difference. Apple cake, apple jelly, apple pie, even apple candles – you get the idea! Plus, fall activities for the whole family!

The race will begin with a time trial bike start at 8 a.m. Competitors have 8 hours and 10 minutes per athlete to finish the bike leg with a 12:40 a.m. final cutoff for the full race, according to Ironman Senior Regional Director Keats McGonigal. The bike course will remain the same, but part of the run course is underwater and will be slightly changed. It will still be 26.2 miles. Officials are still working on the exact route. All qualifying slots will still be awarded.

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