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Top 6 Reasons a Lookouts Game is the Perfect Way to Spend a Summer Day #chattanoogaactivities

Top 6 Reasons a Lookouts Game is the Perfect Way to Spend a Summer Day

With summer officially upon us and the kids all out of school, families all over the Chattanooga area are searching for fun ways to pass the time, and what better way to do that than to head on over to AT&T Field to catch America’s favorite pastime with the Chattanooga Lookouts baseball team. Here are […]

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Chattanooga Summer Survival Guide: Outdoor Activities that Beat the Heat

Gorgeous summer weather in the Tennessee Valley has us all itching to get outside, but it’s just SO. HOT. What’s a parent to do when the first words out of her child’s mouth every-single-morning are “Outside, mama?” Charlie and I have gathered a list of some of our favorite outdoor activities in the area that can […]

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Chattanooga Independence Day Events 2016

If you are looking for something fun to do on Fourth of July weekend but aren’t sure what is out there, check out this list of events in and around town. Have fun and be safe! Collegedale’s Independence Day Concert and Fireworks July 3, 4-10pm Collegedale Veteran’s Park Fourteen-time Grammy award winning artist Ricky Skaggs […]

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Chatt and Relax Recap

CMB’s very first Mom’s Night Out was such a blast! On May 21, over 30 moms joined the Chattanooga Moms Blog contributor team for food, wine, massages, makeup tips, giveaways, and more at Massage Heights at Northgate Mall. The Massage Heights team performed shoulder, back and hand massages, skin analyses, and hand treatments. It was a real treat […]

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Chattanooga VBS Guide – Summer 2016

My sister and I always joke that our mom (a teacher, well-deserving of her three-month break) sent us to a Vacation Bible School every single week during the summer. It didn’t matter if it was at a Methodist, Baptist, or Presbyterian church, if a bus ran by our house, we were on it, off to learn about Jesus […]

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Chattanooga Farmers' Markets and CSA Share Programs

Chattanooga Farmers’ Markets and CSA Share Programs

Fresh fruit, veggies, and herbs, oh my! Without farmers, we would have no food in our bellies. What they do, their work in the soil, is imperative to our survival! Luckily for us, Chattanooga has many options when it comes to eating local, supporting our farmers, and building relationships within our community. It’s one of […]

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