Category Archives: things to do

Beth talks family

Beth, church secretary, talked family.  If you want to get connected join a community pool.  That’s where the locals hang out and relax during the Summer and a conversation is easy to strike up.  You can go to the City … Continue reading

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48 Hour Pre-event Pitch Night

A quick note on this run-up event.  Chattanooga bills itself as, among other things, a progressive city that puts its ideas into action.  The 48 Hour Launch is one place where this all comes together.  Hosted by the good folks … Continue reading

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Urban Design Challenge

A quick note here about the Urban Design Challenge.  Again we see, what to me, is a characteristic and a strength of Chattanooga.  The ability and desire to throw ideas out there to see where they lead.  And if nothing … Continue reading

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Hot Chocolate at the Camp House

Okay, CoffeeConnect is officially off and running.  Susanne and I met with Elena and Gina at the Camp House on Williams Street between Market and Main.  If you haven’t visited that part of town, you are missing out.  It’s one … Continue reading

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What do you do on your first day as a Chattanoogan?

Food.  That’s the answer.  We are now firmly ensconced on the Chattanooga mainland, and the first order of business is food.  So what did we find as we scrambled around North Chattanooga?  Well, Taco Mamacita for one.  The California Club … Continue reading

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Time to join the Tennessee Aquarium

We may be 4 days away from moving to Chattanooga but that didn’t stop us from getting a family membership at the Tennessee Aquarium.  Our six year old is totally excited but he doesn’t know the half of it.  Starting … Continue reading

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