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published on 05/03/2006

Downtown Chattanooga This Week

Downtown Partnership

The Chattanooga Lookouts take on the Tennessee Smokies today, May 2nd, through Saturday, May 6th, at Bellsouth Park beginning at 7:15 each night, except Wednesday which is at 12:15 PM. Visit or call for ticket information.

The Thursday Market returns to Miller Plaza this Thursday from 11 AM to 2 PM with fresh strawberries, baked goods and handmade jewelry. For more information, visit

The new Back Row Film series continues this Thursday, May 4th, at the Hunter Museum at 5:30 PM. Experience the Chattanooga premier of “CSA: The Confederate States of America,” a Spike Lee-produced “faux documentary” that speculates what America might have looked like if the South had won the war. For more information, please call or visit

The Friends of the Ronald McDonald House will host a Mexican Fiesta with free food and drink on Thursday, May 4th, at the Tortilla Factory Rooftop Bar between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. The event is in support of raising awareness of the services the Ronald McDonald House provides to the community. For more information, please call .

Veggie Tales Rockin’ Tour Live! Will be at the Memorial Auditorium on Thursday, May 4th, for two shows, 3:30 PM and 7:00 PM. Based on the best-selling Veggie Tales video series, this cast of zany veggies will bring their antics to the stage. All seats are reserved at $20.50, with $5 discount coupons available at Chick-fil-A. Visit or call 642-TIXS to purchase tickets.

The Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting of the Main Branch and Headquarters of Regions Bank will take place on Thursday, May 4th, at 8:30 am at the Tallan Financial Center at 2 Union Square. Refreshments will be served for visitors who would like to take a look at the new facility and meet the staff of the new office.

The Rhythm & Noon Concert Series returns to Miller Plaza on Friday, May 5, from noon to 1 PM. Enjoy lunch outdoors while listening to the Chattanooga State Concert Choir & Vocal Ensemble. Rhythm & Noon is sponsored by Coca-Cola Bottling Company, WTCI Channel 44 and Sunny 92.3. For more information, call or visit

River Gallery’s May exhibit, Figurative Statements, is now showing through the end of May. Carefree figures and thoughtful ideas are displayed in the works of Nancy Kubale-Wicker and Betty McDonald. An opening reception is planned for Friday, May 5th at 6:30 PM. For more information, please visit or call .

The Chattanooga Theatre Centre presents two new shows this Friday, May 5th. A Raisin in the Sun premiers on the MainStage at 8 PM. The Youth Theatre Production Peter Rabbit & Me begins at 7:30 PM. For all show dates and prices, please call .

The Tennessee Aquarium will host a puppet show by Lee Bryan in their auditorium on Saturday, May 6th, beginning at 1:30 PM. Please call for further information.

The Three State/Three Mountain Challenge will take place this Saturday and Sunday. This challenge draws athletes and outdoor enthusiasts to Chattanooga from all over the nation. Cyclists challenge themselves on routes over three mountains in three states. For more information, call or visit

The Hunter Museum’s “All Things Spring Trunk Show” will be held Saturday, May 6th. This all day family shopping extravaganza will include an assortment of high-end and cutting edge goods and services, along with one-of-a-kind designer originals. Doors open at 10 AM, with the first 50 patron receiving a complimentary gift bag. For more information, please call or visit

On Sunday, May 7, the Chattanooga Market will host La Feria Hispania from noon to 5 PM at the First Tennessee Pavilion. This Latin fair will feature Hispanic food, culture, dance and music. A wide variety of handcrafted art, farm direct produce and baked goods will also be available. For more information, visit

Volunteers are needed for the first annual TaleSpin Festival, a major storytelling event featuring national and regional tellers, in Downtown Chattanooga from May 12 through May 14. Volunteers are needed on Saturday and Sunday at the event entrance and ticket sales area, in the storytelling tents, the food & music tent, hospitality areas, merchandise sales tent and at various other areas throughout the event site. Volunteers will receive free admission to the event, a TaleSpin Festival t-shirt, on-site parking and refreshments throughout their shift. To volunteer for the 2006 TaleSpin Festival, please call or visit or

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