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Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so now is a great time to start planning your day. We’ve gathered up the best Mother’s Day events that Chattanooga has to offer, so no matter what your mom likes, you can find something that is a good fit for her special day! 

Explore the Chattanooga Market Together 

When: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Where: First Tennessee Pavilion, 1801 Carter Street
Cost: Free 

Come to the Chattanooga Market for a special Mother’s Day celebration wrapped up just for you! Pamper the special lady in your life with a selection of wines and champagnes along with an assortment of locally made treats as she enjoys live music on the EBP stage. Grab some spring flowers, fresh ingredients for a meal tonight, a piece of local art, and

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Check out our list of upcoming Chattanooga area events happening locally from Friday, June 1 to Friday, June 8. 

Friday, June 1

Chattanooga Bacon & Barrel Festival

When: 6-9 p.m.
Where: First Tennessee Pavilion, 1826 Reggie White Blvd 
Cost: $34

Visit the Bacon & Barrel Festival and celebrate two commonly appreciated southern traditions: hearty food & distilled spirits. This event will bring together 20 of Chattanooga's best restaurants and a vast array of spirits to savor a weekend of bacon, bbq and all the good things that come from old oak barrels. Enjoy healthy portions of unique and delicious bacon dishes while listening to live music, chatting with distillers, and sipping fine bourbons, whiskeys, and more. If you're still thirsty

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Check out our list of upcoming Chattanooga area events happening locally from Friday, September 15 to Friday, September 22. 

September 15-16

Anne of Green Gables, The Musical

When: Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m. and Sept. 16 at 1 and 7:30 p.m.
Where: The Colonnade, 264 Catoosa Circle, Ringgold, GA 30736 
Cost: $13-17

Storyteller Productions will present "Anne of Green Gables, the Musical." With a book by Donald Harron and music by Norman Campbell, this classic tale of an orphan girl, Anne, who rises from destitution to happiness in the farm country entirely by her pluck and personality is faithfully retold. Anne's adventures at Green Gables, the farm owned by her new caretakers, are both comical and heartwarming. Originating in Canada, the play left

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The Chattanooga area is full of makers and growers! In order to give us a way to support these artisans and local farmers, the city has become home to several markets. Nearly any day of the week you can get your hands on the highest quality local produce and handcrafted goods made by Chattanoogans for Chattanoogans! Check out our list below and go visit them while we still have some summer left: 

Chattanooga Market

When: Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April - December
Where: First Tennessee Pavilion, 1826 Reggie White Blvd. Chattanooga, TN 37408 

This is Chattanooga’s largest and arguably most beloved market in the Tennessee Valley. Named one of the “Top 10 Public Markets in America” by Formers and featuring more than 300 vendors, the

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Need a last minute gift for Father’s Day? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered with our picks for local shops with gifts for every kind of dad (even the one who has everything). 

For the fashion dad:

Hanover Blue
1100 Hixson Pike #112, Chattanooga, TN 37405
(423) 531-2120

If your dad is the type who likes to look put together, a safe bet for gift shopping is Hanover Blue. With everything from Southern-style Collared Greens bow ties and Euro chic Billy Reid shirts, there are options for whatever his style. Hanover Blue also offers beautiful leather accessories, fun sunglasses and Yeti products. Bonus, this Riverview shop neighbors Alice Blue and Verde Boutique, in the event that you need to do a little shopping of your own. 

For the foodie

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She gave you life, taught you everything you need to know and has had your back since day one! Now’s the time to show your mom some appreciation this May 14 in honor of Mother’s Day and in honor of all she’s done for you. But we say, don’t stop there! Here are some of our favorite ideas for celebrating Mom all month long in Chattanooga: 

1. Take her shopping at a local boutique or gallery

If you don’t know what to get your mom for Mother’s Day, why not take her out shopping and just pay attention to what she likes. If you can make it out this weekend together, you’ll still have plenty of time to sneak back to the store before next weekend. We recommend checking out Sophie’s Shoppe for beautiful home furnishings and jewelry by local artisans,

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Have you been impatiently awaiting locally grown produce, handmade crafts and the epic deep-friend sugary goodness served by the bucketful at Monkey Town Donut Company’s food truck? 

That last part may be just us, but in general, we’re really excited for the return of the Chattanooga Market opening Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30th for a full weekend start to kick off the season. 

A local staple, the market blends a farmers and artists market with community ties. Every Sunday, Chattanooga Market features farms and food artisans selling produce, meats, cheeses, breads and specialty prepared foods, keeping the selection varied and fresh. There are also local and regional artists and crafters offering unique finds such as pottery, jewelry,

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If you love farm-fresh food, but not so much the cooking process, you’re in luck this week! 

Some of Chattanooga’s best restaurants are serving up specialties in honor of the sixth annual Chattanooga Restaurant Week, a celebration of our city’s top notch chefs and restaurants. 

The event, which began on Monday, includes 212 Market, 1885 Grill, Alleia, Bald Headed Bistro, Broad Street Grille, Cafe on the Corner, Ceniza, Dish T'Pass Cafe, Easy Bistro & Bar, Embargo 62, The Feed Co., Five, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Flying Squirrel, Good Dog, Hummingbird Pastaria, Lupi's Pizza Pies, Main Street Meats, Mellow Mushroom, Mrs. B's Reggae Cafe, New York Pizza Department, Poblanos Mexican Cuisine, Il Primo, Public House, Puckett's, Root Kitchen & Wine

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