Well Halloween is quickly approaching and the list of activities in our community are getting longer and longer!
First up is BOO in the Zoo at the Chattanooga Zoo! You get to do a scavenger hunt, go trick-or-treating, and have a costume contest. How Fun! This event takes place on October 20,21,22,27,28,& 29 from 5:30-8:30 each night. For more information you can visit www.chattzoo.org/fundraiser/boo-in-the-zoo.
Next up, why not a fall festival? Saturdays from 12-6, from now until November 4, go ride the hay wagon through the beautiful fall colors at Cloudland Canyon State Park. Lots of food and fun! Visit www.friendsofcloudlandcanyon.org .
The Haunted Market is happening Sunday, October 29, 11am-4pm at the First Tennessee Pavilion. There will be a costume parade at noon, 1:30 and 3 pm. Don't miss them. For more information visit www.chattanoogamarket.com.
How about a brand new event? Chattanooga is holding its first Ciclovia event this Sunday. What is this event, you may ask? This is an event where Chattanooga is hoping to fill the streets with cyclists and pedestrians as the event will start at the Stove Works development on Holtzclaw near Main Street. It ends near the intersection of Dodson Avenue and Glass Street. This is a free event from 11:30 am-6 pm. Don't miss thr fun, with free food and parades!
if you have always been interested in American Indians and history, why not take a drive to the Red Clay State Park in Cleveland, Tennessee, this weekend for the Red Clay Powwow. The Grand entry of this event is set for 1:00 in the afternoon. There will be American Indians in native dress at a previous Red Clay Powwow. There will be people in Native American dress, games, music, dancing and drumming and more!
You can see "The Sound of Music," as they play is coming to town, at the Tivoli theatre, 709 Broad St., for a performance on Friday, October 27, at 7 pm and then Saturday, October 28, at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $77, $67, $52 and $37. For more information call 423-757-5580.
Have you ever wondered how cool it would be to go trick-or-treating, or to wear your Halloween costume inside the Aquarium? Well, now is your chance to experience it. Spooky- fun is taking place at 'Aquascarium.' Families are encouraged to come in costume for trick-or-treat stations throughout both buildings and lots of special activities. This event will take place on Friday, October 27 and will start at 4 pm and end at 8:30 pm. Visit www.community.tnaqua.org/events/member-programs/fall/2017/aquascarium.
Here are some Trunk-or-Treat sites!
Fall Festival & Trunk or Treat: St. Luke United Methodist Church, 3210 Social Circle, 4:30-6:30 p.m., October 28. For more information, call 423-877-6447.
Trunk or Treat: Abba's House, 5208 Hixson Pike, 6-8:15pm, October 28, with fireworks at 8 pm. The best part about this event is that WE will be there! Come see Jared at the J103 booth! We will have candy and decals!
Trunk or Treat: Good Shepard Lutheran Church, 822 Belvoir Avenue, 6:30-8 pm, October 28th. 423-629-4661. www.gslcflock.org, for more information.
Trunk or Treat: Middle Valley Animal Hospital, 6310 Hixson Pike, 3-5 pm, October 28. Candy for the kids and treats for the furry friends! Call 423-842-6758 for more information.
Trunk or Treat: Hickory Valley Baptist Church, 2320 Hickory Valley Road, 6-7 pm., October 29. For other details call 423-892-1916.
Trunk or Treat: Middle Cross Baptist Church, 4009 Norcross Rd. Hixson, TN, 6-8 pm., October 31. A candy giveaway and a chili supper! Do not forget to wear your costume, for any other information call 423-877-5742.
Trunk or Treat: Toyota of Cleveland, 3560 Village North Blvd. SW Cleveland, TN, 5-7 pm., October 31. They will have candy and face painting! Call 664-9715 for more information.
Trunk or Treat: Greenwood Baptist Church, 8529 Snow Hill Rd., Ooltewah, TN 6-8 pm., October 31. If you have any questions feel free to call 423-344-8566.