Friday Five: Chattanooga's Best Events 7/8-7/15

Posted by Anna Varnell on Friday, July 8th, 2022 at 11:33am.


Check out our list of upcoming Chattanooga area events happening locally from Friday, July 8th to Friday, July 15th.

Sunday, July 10th

Peach Festival

When: 11:00am-4:00pm
Where: First Horizon Pavillion, 1826 Reggie White Blvd
Cost: Free

This week, the Chattanooga Market will be just PEACHY! The Peach Festival will begin at 11am and offer not just delicious, fresh picked peaches, but will challenge each vendor to incorporate this week's theme into their craft. From yummy peach treats like cobblers, salsas, jams, & jellies, to peach scented candles, lotions, and scrubs. See how each vendor creates their own peach themed craft as well as enjoy the regular food trucks and market to shop local vendors. What better treat to enjoy the hot summer day than with refreshing, yummy peaches. For more details, check out the Chattanooga Market's Website, here.

July 8th-July 10th

It's a Scavenger Hunt! Chattanooga

When: 10:00am-8:00pm
Where: Chattanooga
Cost: $25

As we reach the middle of summer break, you may be looking for something a little different to spice up your summer activities. Look no further! It's a Scavenger Hunt! is a fun way to spend the day and you can do it anywhere! This activity isn't just for the kids. Young and old, individuals, families or friends can all participate in a group, as a couple, or individually. Create multiple teams and compete against each other to be the highest ranked in our Hall of Fame. All you need is a mobile device and data connection. Explore your surroundings, attempting to quickly locate a variety of items as they are revealed one at a time by your game master. The price is per team so gather as many people as you can. The even better news is that this game can be played any time and any where! Check out their website here for more details on how to get started! 

Saturday, July 9th

Music & Movie at Miller

When: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Where: Miller Park, 928 Market St.
Cost: Free

If you're looking for something to do outside, but don't want to melt away in this summer heat, we have the answer for you. How about a fun evening enjoying music and a family friendly movie? Music & Movie at Miller starts the night off with musical entertainment, oversized games, artist vendors, food trucks and will also feature a non-profit partner like this week's partner, Culture Chatt. End the night watching a movie under the stars so don't forget to bring your blankets and chairs. This week's musical entertainment will be Ryan Oyer Band and the featured movie will be Raya and the Last Dragon. For more details and a full list of movies playing this summer, click here

Sunday, July 10th

Goat Yoga on the Farm

When: 9:30am-11:00am
Where: Moser Manor Farms, 1649 Kamin Rd.
Cost: $25

This Sunday, start your day off with a little yoga and... goat cuddles? That's right! Moser Manor Farms is hosting Goat Yoga on the Farm where people of all yoga experiences are welcome. The classes are entirely outdoors where you'll be surrounded by serene, calming pastures. Once the instructor begins, the goats will be released and looking for cuddles! According to their website, goat cuddles reduce anxiety and depression by increasing oxytocin and dopamine levels, those good ole bonding and feel-good hormones. What could be more relaxing than yoga and baby animal cuddles? Head over to their website for all of the details on what to expect and to purchase your ticket by clicking here.

Saturday, July 9th

Burn Your Half Off

When: 7:00am-12:00pm
Where: Tennessee Riverpark Shelter 4, 4301 Amincola Hwy
Cost: $65+

Is a summer run one of your favorite outdoor activities? Take on the summer heat in the Burn Your Half Off race. This multi-loop race is focused on high fives, loud music, cheering, and FUN. Runners of all levels are welcome, but this is not a highly competitive, speed focused race. The refreshingly flat course is along the Tennessee Riverwalk with beautiful views of the river and restrooms conveniently placed. The finish line food and festivities continue until the last person finishes. The race distances included a 5K, 10K, and Half Marathon and the finisher's medal is a sugar skull. How cool is that!? For details on how to sign up, click here

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