Your Local Looks
Scenic City Clay Arts is hosting a Virtual Auction, Tuesday March 29th through Sunday April 3rd. Each item you will bid on has been created by local artists and local potters. Money raised will benefit community outreach programs. That’s the Scenic City Clay Arts virtual auction, March 29th through April 3rd. Bid at ScenicCityClayArts.org
Don’t miss Trivia Night at the Songbirds Foundation, at the Chattanooga Choo Choo. It’s held every Monday night at 7, and your $5 admission helps with their “Guitars For Kids” program. It’s fun trivia, every Monday night at Songbirds, at the Choo Choo. $5 fee
The National Federation For The Blind connects those who are losing their sight, with programs and resources to help them live full and enriching lives. If you would like to make a donation, or perhaps you are visually-impaired and you need the services they offer, visit NFB.org, That stands for National Federation For The Blind… NFB.org
Through April 17th for Spring Break, some Chattanooga attractions are taking part in a scavenger hunt. And prizes are involved! You WILL need to pay regular admission price to get in to some of these attractions here in the city, but it’s a family-oriented theme adventure and scavenger hunt. The website is VisitChattanooga.com and click “things to do”
There will be a golf tournament to raise money for art and music programs in Hamilton County Schools. It’s called the “Swing For Kids Golf Tournament”, June 3rd at Bear Trace At Harrison Bay. Register your team today by calling (423) 498-7212.