Twenty years of Voices of Lee history will culminate on the Conn Center stage Saturday, Sept. 20, as current and former members of Lee University’s premiere a cappella ensemble perform in a reunion concert.
The adoptable animals at Pet Placement Center will benefit from Tails on the River, a fish fry and bluegrass festival set for noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Camp Dixie, 2421 Buffalo Lane in Soddy-Daisy.
Another round of polo matches at Bendabout Farm is scheduled this weekend, weather permitting.
Member Donna Segars is offering this 16- by 20-inch oil painting, “Fantasy Flowers,” for raffle during the Hamilton County Republican Women’s Fashion Show & Luncheon, to be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Heritage Landing clubhouse, 1100 Heritage Landing.
The watercolor painting “Chick and Rooster” is among the works by Carole Jarboe Cullen on display through October at Crossville City Hall, 392 N. Main St., Crossville, Tenn.
Exum Gallery at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 305 W. Seventh St., is hosting the Chattanooga Area Art Instructors Annual Exhibit, featuring mixed-media works by more than a dozen local educators. The show runs through Sunday, Oct. 12. The church office is open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. For more information, call 423-266-8195.
There’s a slight nip in the air these days, which means two groups of area storytellers are ready to warm up with some good yarns.
Chattanooga Market promises to be a little spicy, a little messy, and a whole lot of fun this Sunday, Sept. 21, as the market celebrates Scenic City Wings. Seven local eateries will compete for the best wings title.
The artwork that adorns the walls of Kitchen at Union Square offers more than a pleasing aesthetic for diners. In a partnership with the nonprofit Hart Gallery, the restaurant at 200 W. M.L. King Blvd. showcases these creations to give homeless and nontraditional artists a chance to sell their work in a public setting.
C.S. Lewis’ Dante-esque comedy “The Great Divorce” will be presented in two performances Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Tivoli Theatre by the Fellowship for Performing Arts, a New York City-based producer of live theater from a Christian worldview.
This weekend is “lights, camera, action” for Capture: A Community Filmmaking Project. And after a whirlwind 48 hours, directors with the Association for Visual Arts will be ready to strike the set, if only symbolically.
A tale of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery — set to music — will be staged in Chattanooga this weekend by Closed Door Entertainment.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, will be the guest speaker for the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga’s eighth annual First Amendment Dinner, set for 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Jewish Cultural Center, 5461 North Terrace.
What was the last event you attended inside the Bessie Smith Cultural Center? Or when was the last time you were inside the facility? For me, it was an ArtsBuild event last year.
Last Tuesday, Apple pulled back the curtain on its latest-generation mobile phone, the iPhone 6, and its much-anticipated — if confusingly named — Apple (symbol) Watch.