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There is a Wildflower Walk this Friday June 17th at The Chattanooga Nature Center, from 9 until 11am. You’ll be with a member of their Conservation Team, and you’ll walk some trails and see what’s blooming, Friday morning at the Chattanooga Nature Center. Info at ReflectionRiding.org, click Events

Back Alley Productions in Lafayette will present The Secret Garden, this Friday and Saturday and Sunday. Tickets start at $13 and are available at the door for each show, at the Mars Theatre

The Atlanta Braves Championship Trophy Tour brings the trophy to: The Blueberry Festival in Norcross, Georgia this Saturday the 18th at 5pm; and to the “The Mill” in Canton, Georgia, this Sunday the 19th at 1:00. Snap a free selfie with the Trophy

Chattanooga is #50 on the Wallet-Hub Top 100 “List of Best Places For A Stay-Cation”. and Nashville is #36; Knoxville is #54 on the list. (#1 is Honolulu, Hawaii)

A Juneteenth Celebration will be held this Sunday June 19th at the Medal Of Honor Museum, in downtown Chattanooga. A special admission price will be $8.65 from 10am until 3pm Sunday. The day will honor the United States Colored Troops, and the Buffalo Soldiers, many of whom received The Medal Of Honor.

Chattanooga has a Roller Derby team and their next event will be in July at the Convention Center. Get details at ChattanoogaRollerDerby.com

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