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Well the weather is finally turning to Fall and with that there is a lot of fun goin on in our area! Do not miss out!

First, the Greek Bake Sale returns! On Friday, November 10 from 10 am-6pm, and Saturday 8am-3pm Saturday, you can go check out all of the tasty Greek food and go shopping for some olive oil and different crafts and merchandise, just in time for the holiday season! You will not want to miss this! The bake sale will take place at Annuciation Greek orthodox Church downtown Chattanooga, at 722 Glenwood Drive, across from the Memorial Hospital.

This weekend you do not want to miss out on the seventh annual Anime Blast Convention! Robbie Daymond who voiced Peter Parker on Disney XD's Spider Man is one of the featured celebrities for this big event. You can be a part of this event at the Chattanooga Choo Choo located at 1400 Market Street. This event starts today, Friday November 10, and goes through Sunday November 12. For more information animeblastchattanooga.com

Next weekend, you will not want to miss out, the Mannheim Steamroller is coming to Chattanooga for their Christmas show! It will e at the Tivoli, on Saturday November 18, at 3:00 and 7:30. Then on Sunday, November 19, at 7 pm Alton Brown the scientist will be there.

Do not miss this! Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is coming to Chattanooga, LIVE! This show will be at the Tivoli, 709 Broad St. at 3 pm on Sunday, November 12. For more information you can call 42-757-5580.

This weekend at the Chattanooga Market, (1826 Reggie White Blvd.) at the First Tennessee Pavilion, you will want to bring your dancing shoes! On Sunday, November 12. from 11 am- 4pm the Sweet Georgia Sound will be performing, as they have been performing at the market since 1994.

On December 9, at 2pm and 7:30 pm and on Sunday December 10 at 2 pm, the Nutcracker will be performed live at the Tivoli Theater. Tickets range anywhere from $22-$34. For more information you can call 423-265-0617 or 423-642-8497.

Saturday, November 11, Cabela's in Fort Oglethorpe is hosting a Duck- calling contest and a kid's calling clinic! How cool is that? They are going to have all kinds of activities going on! For all the information you need, call Cabela's at 706-956-2800 or check the website at www.cabelas.com/ftoglethorpe

If you are looking for a way to honor our Veterans this year, what better way then to go to the Memorial Auditorium, 399 McCallie Avenue, at 7:30 pm. There will be a concert put on by the Chattanooga Symphony. This concert is open to the public,,, and FREE!

Lastly, in my opinion, the best for last! If you have little kids, whether they are into the Princesses or not, this year's Disney On Ice, I guarantee, will be worth it! This year's theme of the Ice Skating show is "FROZEN," however, I saw the show last night with my family and it was way more than just Anna and Elsa! Just like always, Disney put on a fantastic show and did not disappoint! If you would like to take your family to this two-hour fun filled ice skating show, take them down to the McKenzie Arena, on the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's campus. It is located at 720 E. Fourth Street. There is a showing at 7 pm tonight (Friday, November 10), a 11am, 3pm, and 7pm showing tomorrow (Saturday, November 11), and then a 1pm and 5pm showing on Sunday, November 12. Admission is anywhere from $15-$55. For more information you can call 423-266-MOCS (6627).



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