James and Kim’s Weekend Bright Spots

Bright Spots

The Chattanooga Ballet will stage socially distanced, outdoor concerts on Saturday, October 24th and Sunday, October 25th at 5pm in White Oak Park, 798 Ben Miller Parkway, Red Bank, TN 37415. Ballet in the Park will be FREE but with a suggested $20 suggested donation.

The Chattanooga State Theatre Department presents The Giver, a play by Eric Coble, adapted from the book by Lois Lowry. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 22-24 and 29-31, at 7:30 p.m. The show is approximately 80-90 minutes with no intermission. The show will be presented outdoors in the Chattanooga State main campus Humanities Building parking lot. Admission is free, but attendees must make a reservation to attend. You need only one reservation per vehicle.

Join us for the Collegedale Apple Festival October 24, 2020 at the Collegedale Commons! Bring the entire family and enjoy everything Apple! We will have fresh apples and apple products provided by Merciers Apple Orchard from Blue Ridge, GA, craft vendors, food vendors, and fun for the whole family!FREE ADMISSION! FREE PARKING!10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The North Georgia Agricultural Fair is proud to announce that we will be going forward with our Fall Carnival for October 22-31, 2020. There will be no indoor activities, all events will be outside. All . For more information, please contact our Fair Manager at 706-278-1712. 500 Legion Drive in Dalton
Get Tickets at: www.northgaagfair.com

Wings over North GA

North Georgia’s #1 Family Weekend returns for the 8th consecutive year on October 24-25, 2020 at Rome’s Russell Regional Airport. Headlining the USAF Thunderbirds and North America’s Finest World Class Performers, Static Displays & Premium Infield Camping! This year’s event will operate as aDrive-In Air Showmodel parking vehicles (including an adjacent tailgate viewing area) on Rome’s Russell Regional Airport flightline only one ticket is needed per vehicle and they must be bought online prior to the show at www.wingsovernorthgeorgia.com


Enjoy an immersive Native American program spanning a timeline of 1400-1800 where you will learn the facets of daily tasks of Native American life. Learn how the Native Americans sustained themselves within these Americas benefiting from the natural use of remnants from animals (deer, turkey, snake and more) that were used as their daily tools. Saturday, October 24, 2020, 1pm-5pm $10

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