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So you’re hungry for Thanksgiving dinner, but you’re just not feeling it when it comes to cooking it?

For the 10th year, “The Polar Express 3D” will be shown during the holidays at the Tennessee Aquarium’s Imax Theater, 201 Chestnut St.

The shops of historic Mentone, Ala., atop Lookout Mountain have been decked out for a Holiday Open House on Thanksgiving weekend, offering three days of festive shopping and holiday cheer in one of the state’s most scenic locations.

Two Southeast Tennessee communities have announced plans for holiday festivities the first week of December.

Want to work off today’s big holiday meal? Stop in The Jump Park of Chattanooga on Friday night, Nov. 28, for an hour or two of trampoline exercise.

Take a hike Friday

Tennessee state parks can help you burn calories

You don’t have to walk the mall to work off your Thanksgiving calories. All of Tennessee’s 55 state parks will offer free, guided hikes on Friday, Nov. 28, the fourth in a series of quarterly hikes.

A three-day book fair at Barnes & Noble Hamilton Place could be a book bonanza for Read 20 Chattanooga.

Underground wonderland

On Monday, Ruby Falls opens a new holiday event

After they shooed away the mindless fiends lurking in its darkest recesses, Ruby Falls employees faced some serious blitz redecorating to transform the terrorizing confines of the Haunted Cavern into a cheery holiday wonderland.

Makers, crafters, artists and tinkerers of all types from the EtsyNooga community will show and sell their wares during Small Business Saturday, Nov. 29, at the Chattanooga Public Library, 1001 Broad St.

What’s up with the elves this week?

Have you herd?

The Hilltop Christmas in Harrison has reindeer

This time of year, Santa and his elves are fairly easy to spot as they go about their holiday duties. Reindeer, not so much.

No matter how your shopping acquisitions go on Black Friday, Chattanooga Presents has something to offer that night that kids love as much as toys: fireworks.

If you’re new to this country or recently emerged from a lifelong vegetative state, don’t be alarmed by the carbohydrate-laced smorgasbord on the plate in front of you.

Over the years, we’ve owned two houses, and in that time I’ve had the opportunity to do all manner of renovation and remodeling, or as we like to call it, “moving piles.”

River Gallery, 400 E. Second St., will present an Artists Open House from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28.

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