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published on 04/25/2006

Chattanooga's Downtown Calendar of Events

Downtown Partnership

The Chattanooga Lookouts take on the Diamond Jaxx this Monday, April 24th, and Tuesday, April 25th, at Bellsouth Park beginning at 7:15 each night. Visit www.lookouts.com or call for ticket information.

The Alzheimer’s Association will host a Spring Fashion Expo on Wednesday, April 26th, to celebrate Administrative Assistants Day. Attendees will be treated to a show featuring the latest spring and summer fashions from Belk, Stein Mart and Strasburg Children. The luncheon will be held from 11 AM to 1:30 PM at the Bessie Smith Hall. Please call for ticket information.

Chattanooga Downtown Partnership’s Roundtable Breakfast will be held Thursday morning from 7:45 AM to 9:00 AM at The Chattanoogan. Come hear developers share their exciting plans for the following new downtown housing developments: Museum Bluffs Parkview and One North Shore. Other new housing projects as well as new downtown businesses will be on display at this free event sponsored by Regions Bank. A complimentary continental breakfast will be provided. Please make reservations by calling or email .

The dynamic Grammy Award-winning bluegrass trio Nickel Creek returns to the Memorial Auditorium this Thursday, April 27th. Distinguished by their youth and eclectic taste, Nickel Creek became a well-known sensation on the progressive bluegrass scene in recent years. The show begins at 8 PM, with all seats reserved at $27.50. Visit www.ChattanoogaOnStage.com or call 642-TIXS for ticket information.

The Chattanooga Symphony and Opera will ring in Spring with one of the most romantic symphonies ever composed, Rachmaninov’s Symphony Number 2, this Thursday and Friday at the Tivoli Theatre. The program begins at 8 PM each night. Please call or visit www.chattanoogasymphony.org for more information.

An opening reception for Winslow Homer in America will be held at the Hunter Museum on Thursday, April 27th, at 6 PM. Join Chief Curator Ellen Simak for a talk and reception celebrating this new exhibition. Please call for more information.

The Creative Discovery Museum will host Artists-in-Residencies throughout the year. Poet, playwright, choreographer and performance artist Nana Agyeiwaah will perform American Fruits with African Roots on Friday, April 28th, at 9:30 AM and 11 AM. For more information, call the Creative Discovery Museum at or visit www.cdmfun.org.

Live Urban Marketing is hosting the "Art of Living Urban Art Show 2.0", this Friday, April 28th, from 5 to 8 PM at The Cowart Lofts located at 1609 Long Street, on the Southside. For more information, please call or email .

Cottage Walk Antiques brings best selling author Jill Conner Browne, aka – HRH The Sweet Potato Queen – back to Chattanooga to converse about her latest book “The Wedding Planner/Divorce Guide” Saturday, April 29th at 11:30 a.m. in the Chattanooga Trade & Convention Center. Jill’s unique brand of southern humor is a definite crowd pleaser, and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to hear her. With this hottest best selling book, she covers the entire relationship spectrum in a uniquely colorful manner. General admission tickets are $55 and a limited number of “meet & greet” tickets are available for an additional $30. All proceeds from the luncheon benefit Chattanooga Room in the Inn. Tickets may be purchased by calling Chattanooga Room in the Inn at or online at www.chattanoogaroomintheinn.com.

The Shades of Pink Breast Cancer Survivors Mass Choir will perform at the Memorial Auditorium for a “Celebration through Song” on Saturday, April 29th, at 7:30 PM. The concert will benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Please call 642-TIXS or visit www.ChattanoogaOnStage.com for ticket information.

The River Gallery in the Bluff View Art District will host the exhibit Figurative Statements throughout the month of May. Carefree figures and thoughtful ideas are displayed in the works of Nancy Kubale-Wicker and Betty McDonald. For more information, please visit www.river-gallery.com or call .

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