The plans for one of the biggest developments Chattanooga has ever seen are set to be revealed at a public meeting Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6-8 p.m. at Hixson United Methodist Church.
The North River Civic Center is hosting an opening reception for its exhibit “Art for the Holidays” Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-7 p.m. The show will be on display at the center until Feb. 28, 2014.
Few authors are so willing to admit that their characters are drawn from real life, and few families are as artistically inclined as the Holmes family.
Plenty of gems are hiding in the Briar Patch, Chattanooga’s newest spot for finding antiques, refurbished furniture, gifts and handmade goods. Located at the foot of Signal Mountain across from Baylor School, the Briar Patch will be open from now until Sunday, Dec. 15.
Built by C.E. James in 1913, the Signal Mountain Inn was basically the start of the Signal Mountain community, which James connected to the valley by building a trolley up the mountain. Purchased by the Alexian Brothers in 1936 and renamed the Alexian Inn, the historical building is the featured landmark on this year’s collectible ornament sold by the Walden’s Ridge Guild.
The first-ever FIRST LEGO League Chattanooga Area Qualifier Tournament held Nov. 23 at Signal Mountain Middle/High School was an incredible success, said Scott Rosenow, event manager and liaison between TVA Partners in Education and Hamilton County Schools.
12 Paws Pet Bakery has moved from Signal Mountain to Red Bank, and the store is holding an open house Friday, Dec. 6 from 5-8 p.m. Owner Betty Crawford said she moved the store so she could combine it with the 4 Paws Pet Food Pantry she recently helped start.
Christmas is just around the corner, and the Signal Mountain Farmers Market is stocked up with handmade gifts and locally grown produce for holiday meals. The market is held at Bachman Community Center Thursdays from 4-5 p.m.
Russ and Sara Holmes, owners of 517 Subs, say the Salvation Army is their favorite faith-based ministry because it provides more assistance than any other charity.
Getting out of the heat and humidity of south Florida was the goal for the Northrup family, our November Newcomers of the Month, in moving to Signal Mountain.