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Ocoee Fest, a celebration of bands, brews and braving the rapids, returns for its second setup this weekend along the Ocoee River.

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park rangers tell the story of Civil War artillery in a living-history day at Chickamauga Battlefield on Sunday, Aug. 31.

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Britt Hancock (Shrek), Anna Baker (Fiona) and Michael Ruff (Donkey) will take their final bows this weekend as “Shrek: The Musical” ends its summer run at the Cumberland County Playhouse.

World of Beer will open its 60th franchise in Chattanooga this weekend with two days to party.

Nearly 500 watch and clock collectors will be in town Friday-Saturday, Aug. 29-30, and they’re inviting the public to spend some time with them.

Payouts totaling more than $11,000 are on the line in the American Rock Crawling Series finals, set for Saturday, Aug. 30, at Adventure Offroad Park, 1040 Ellis Cove Road in South Pittsburg, Tenn.

“Learning the Curve: The Artistry of Matt Moulthrop” will open Friday, Aug. 29, at the Museum Center at Five Points

The names of all the doomed owners who bought the Porsche Spyder that James Dean drove when he plummeted to his death are emblazoned in your memory.

Swing dancers in the Athens, Tenn., area can show off their fancy footwork at a Swing Dance Party on Friday, Aug. 29, at The Arts Center.

Lake Winnepesaukah will mark the Labor Day weekend with two concerts and the final chance to show off your swimsuit on the “wet side” of the amusement park.

In a Fall Gardening Workshop, set for 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Aug. 30, Crabtree Farms manager Sara McIntyre will teach tips and techniques for growing fall vegetables such as kohlrabi (left), beets, carrots, lettuce, greens and berry bushes for spring.

The nonprofit service organization Scenic City Serves will present its inaugural Scenic City Car Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at Clear Creek Church of Christ in Hixson.

The Shaking Ray Levi Society will present the fifth and final installment of its Dilating Nexus series with a tribute to one of its founders, the late Dennis J. Palmer.

Four-day music, worship event in Dalton is a Crabb family production

An opening reception for “Literary Art,” an exhibition celebrating books and their readers, will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 28 at Reflections Gallery.

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