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The Next Alley Transformation in Downtown June 28, 2018

City Thread, a concept from SPORTS, the architecture and design collaborative of Molly Hunker and Greg Corso in Syracuse, New York, has been selected as the Passageways 2.0 winner. City Thread is an art-as-urban-infrastructure installation that uses a continuous sculpture through the alley that allows for a multitude of uses including informal lounging/sitting, mini-stages, framing community murals or art, large gatherings, markets, moving screenings and more. 

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Downtown Living Tour - Did You Go?  June 28, 2018

If you went, we hope you enjoyed the Explore Downtown Living Tour and can complete the following four question survey for us to enhance the program for 2019. 

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July: A Family Sweat and Coworking July 28, 2018

Basecamp, powered by EPB Fiber Optics, is Tuesday, July 10. BYOW - bring your own work. We'll supply coffee, networking, lunch and a 2 O’clock Pick Me Up Challenge sponsored by Pinkberry Chattanooga (free yogurt) with Society of Work who'll have board games and giant Jenga.

July's City Sweat will be held at Coolidge Park, family friendly and led by lululemon ambassador Matthew Averyhart and LaTasha Bester at 6pm on July 12.

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Monthly Events with Chattanewbies June 28, 2018

Gathering those new to Chattanooga or those that would like to mingle with new Chattanoogans, Chattanewbies is a monthly gathering where people can meet and learn more about our great City! July 18, Chattanewbies will gather at Barley on East MLK. Join us!

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Explore Downtown Living this Sunday May 31, 2018

Join us this Sunday, June 3rd from 1-4p.m., to take a self-guided tour of up to 14 residential developments in Downtown Chattanooga. Along with a free trolley loop thanks to Gray Line Tennessee to get you to properties you're interested in, you can be entered to win a prize package for attending along with a long list of special deals and discounts to 12 downtown eateries to enjoy post tour.

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Noontunes Artist Application Due May 31, 2018

Know a local musician? Tell him or her to apply for the third year of Noontunes! Making the move from inside Waterhouse Pavilion to the brand new stage and lawn of Miller Park and sponsored by Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, Noontunes is a weekly, mid-day music series that showcases local musicians starting September 5th. The artist application ends tomorrow, June 1st. 

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