Out & About

By JULIA BONNEY

If you're looking to add some fun to your weekend, Chattanooga is the place to be and summer is the time to be there. We've rounded up a few events to help you prepare for the perfect weekend, no matter what you enjoy.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Chattanooga Lookouts finish out a five-game home stand against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos with a fan-favorite promotion: Used Car Night.

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By STAFF REPORT

The weather failed to cooperate for Camp Jordan Jams earlier this month, so the city of East Ridge has rescheduled the Fourth of July-themed event for Saturday, Aug. 1.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

“We expect about 500 collectors, dealers and displayers here, not counting the general public,” says Joiner. “Right now, we’ve got 161 dealers and 260 display tables.”

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By KAREN NAZOR HILL

Fresh lettuce. Ripe tomatoes. Sweet peaches. Crisp cucumbers -- and peppers, zucchini, squash, onions, beans …

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By STAFF REPORT

Blizzards are in the forecast today, July 30, at six area Dairy Queen and DQ Grill & Chill restaurants for the 10th annual DQ Miracle Treat Day.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

BAT CAVE CANOE TRIP — Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St. Guided, family-friendly canoe trips to Nickajack Cave to watch endangered gray bats fly out at dusk, leaving at 7 p.m. EDT Fridays through August. $20 ages 14 and up, $10 ages 13 and under accompanied by an adult; all equipment ...

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By STAFF REPORT

For rising kindergartners, it’s not just the end of summer coming, but the start of something big.

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By STAFF REPORT

Tennessee Aquarium officials say that three gentoo penguins born earlier this summer are developing well, although their raising has presented a unique set of circumstances.

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By STAFF REPORT

Guthrie’s restaurants will celebrate the golden anniversary of their golden fried chicken fingers with several promotions Friday, July 31.

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