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"In Honor of Design" blogger Anna Liesemeyer explores Chattanooga with her family.
Experience the best of Tennessee cycling with Velo View Bike Tours!
Artist Karen LaMonte challenges the inherent qualities of glass and explores the dress form as a metaphor for gender, identity and the human body. Special Collections, May 25 - September 2
6-7:30 PM, Bands on the Bluff welcomes I Can Japan to the stage. Inspired by the East meets West vision of our newest exhibit Embodied Beauty: Sculptures by Karen LaMonte. $5 for adults (FREE for members and children 17 and under).
After a gallery experience looking at a vast landscape and serene water, we’ll experience a yin yoga practice led by Adriana Rios, Jana Vcelkova and Savana Williams.
Ice Cream Safari
Evening artful yoga, vino and vinyasa and instructor Kyle House come together for an art inspired dialogue, an intense practice and a cool down featuring wine from Empire wines.
Stand up paddleboard your way through the architecture and art of Chattanooga in our next Nature of Art program with Reflection Riding.
Charlie The Head will bring on the heat for some psychedlic fun. Enjoy live music, art activities and neon experiences. $5 admission.
Join Chattanooga Rape Crisis Center Director Rebecca Jones as we look at our current culture and sexual violence through art.
Swim through art (and the Tennessee River) in our next Nature of Art with Reflection Riding.
Come float and glow with today’s yoga practice with a gallery discussion on a glass piece by our special exhibit artist Karen LaMonte and an active practice led by Victoria Priest.
An amateur BBQ contest benefiting the kids of Lana's Love. Sign up to compete today and see who's the best backyard cooker in the Chattanooga area!
The nightmare knows no boundaries for the 14th year as Ruby Falls joins Fear Connection for the annual Haunted Cavern, this year at Dread Hollow
While mining for rubies at Ruby Falls, an underground passage was uncovered that leads to the North Pole! Visit Santa in the Ruby Falls mines and see how he and his elves mine for Joystone - the special stone that represents the spirit of Christmas!
Ruby Falls celebrates 88 years since its discovery in 1928.
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