James and Kim’s Weekend Bright Spots

Bright Spots

James and Kim’s Weekend Bright Spots

 

 

Praters Mill Country Fair

At the fair, visitors take self-guided tours of Prater’s Mill viewing operating grist and Meadows mills and Shugart Cotton Gin. View displays of antique tractors, cars, plows and more. Continuous live entertainment on the main stage under the Saylors Pavilion as well as “Little Texas” kid’s train ride and Petting Zoo. Enjoy live demonstrations and more! Adult admission is $7.00 cash per
person per day; children 12 and under, free; military with ID, free; parking & shuttle service, free. 10/12- 13

 

Chattanooga MotorCar Festival

The inaugural Chattanooga MotorCar Festival borrows the style of its European counterparts by incorporating unique classic car events tailored to the vintage/historic car collector and racer with the welcoming hospitality that is the trademark of the American South. The Festival is sponsored by Volkswagen, hosted by the Westin Hotel and Chattanooga’s West Village, and benefits Erlanger’s Neuroscience Institute. Tickets $35-$145 10/11-13

 

Columbus’ Ship Tours

The ‘Pinta’ and the ‘Nina’, replicas of Columbus’ Ships, are open in Chattanooga. The ships will be docked at Chattanooga Pier, 200 Riverfront Drive, until their departure early Monday morning, October 28th. Tickets are $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors, $6.50 for kids, and free for 5 and under. www.ninapinta.org

 

Oktoberfest at the Market

As Chattanooga’s oldest and largest Oktoberfest celebration, our festival draws crowds locally and regionally each year. Many come to enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of the German traditions, bringing their families for a day of entertainment, shopping, and live musical performances. The annual festival includes an array of Oktoberfest traditions: brats and other German inspired foods, four bier gardens featuring over 99 local and season craft brews, and the infamous Wurstbrats Oompah Band!

 

More Than Pink Walk

Join Susan G. Komen® Central Tennessee introduces the Chattanooga More Than Pink WalkTM! On the 20th Anniversary of the Race for the Cure®, the next evolution in the history of the Race for the Cure® series. Chattanooga will be one of 26 locations across the country premiering the Susan G. Komen MORE THAN PINK WalkTM Sunday, October 13th at the UTC McKenzie Arena from 11am-4pm in Chattanooga, TN. Register today! Have questions? Visit the Walk FAQ page at http://ow.ly/qsk950sjsVw

 

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