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Coolidge Park Carousel…Kids Take the Parents and Grandparents!

Coolidge Park Carousel

Coolidge Park Carousel-What a classic 10 minutes of fun!

After a day that included visting a great grandmother, running Rock City and enjoying a late lunch, what a great end to the day with Luke, Roz and Patrice! Wonder across the Walnut Street Bridge to Coolidge Park.

Roz and her dad enjoying the calipso and carousel ride. After the fun on the carousel we wandered over to the Delta Queen to show Roz and Luke this piece of maritime history in Chattanooga.CIMG0144

– Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors®  with Keller Williams Realty here in Chattanooga are the real estate experts for anyone considering relocation to our “Scenic City”.  We are passionate about this wonderful town!

ChattanoogaAndBeyond.com is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee area featuring housing, events, attractions, recreation, schools, dining, local news and much more.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Southeastern Tennessee area…Put Us to Work for You Today! Call us at 423-503-6953 or 424-8749 or write Patrice & Jeff

 

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Day 100: A Christmas Story at The Theatre Centre-Chattanooga, TN

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2 Shows Remain! A Christmas Story at The Chattanooga Theatre Centre, this Wednesday and Thursday December 22 & 23 @ 7-9 p.m. Adapted for the stage by Philip Grecian, based on the original novel and screenplay by Jean Shepherd. A Christmas Story Is A Tribute to the Original, Traditional, One-Hundred-Percent, Red-Blooded, Two-Fisted, All-American Christmas… A Holiday […]

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Day 95: Winter Days and Lights in Chattanooga, TN

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November 26 thru December 4 2010 Christmas in Chattanooga kicks off on the Friday after Thanksgiving with the Christmas on the River & Grande Illumination, which features a lighted boat parade on the Tennessee River at Ross’s Landing, a visit from Santa Claus accompanied by the Lindsay Fussel Dancers and the Choo Choo Kids, and a magnificent fireworks show. […]

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Day 93: Vote! Tuesday November 2

October 30, 2010 365 Things To Do

Click here for your polling place and ballot. – Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors® with Keller Williams Realty here in Chattanooga are the real estate experts for anyone considering relocation to our “Scenic City”. We are passionate about this wonderful town! ChattanoogaAndBeyond.com is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee […]

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Day 92: Wine Over Water-Chattanooga, TN

September 26, 2010 365 Things To Do

Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Throughout the evening, local restaurants 212 Market, The Acropolis, Bluewater, Broad Street Grill, Easy Bistro, Foodworks, La Cabriole, Niko’s, St. John’s and Table 2 will offer a variety of tasting plates for purchase. Niedlov’s and Bluff View bakeries will be providing complimentary breads with some available […]

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Day 79: Foreclosure Properties in Chattanooga, TN

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Where are you able to search accurate foreclosure listings…without giving up a credit card? With 1 of every 4 new listings a foreclosure I wanted to share this up-to-date, accurate listing of foreclosure properties in Chattanooga by area. Navigate to each “list by area” simply by scrolling down and you will find the entire list […]

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Day 63: Chattanooga Brewing Company Beer Tasting Event

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“Our beers are liquid food” – Chattanooga Brewing Company 1901 One day early in the spring, I was walking on Frazier snapping some pictures when I noticed something happening in one of the storefronts. Chattanooga Brewing Company is resurrecting! Chattanooga Brewing Company was a prominent local brewery from 1890 to 1915. It was shuttered just […]

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Day 61: Civil War Trails – Chattanooga, TN

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“America has no north, no south, no east, no west. The sun rises over the hills and sets over the mountains, the compass just points up and down and we can laugh now at the absurd notion of there being a north and a south. We are one and undivided.” – Sam Watkins 1st Tennessee […]

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Day 60: The Big Table – Chattanooga, TN

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I was introduced to The Big Table as a member of the Signal Mountain Lions Club, they cater dinner for the Lions at each of the regular meetings. This quickly became a favorite for lunches with co-workers and dinner for Patrice and I. This small, off the beaten path, and absolutely delicious, family-owned establishment is […]

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Day 57: 2010 Fireworks All Over Chattanooga

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Independence Day Celebrations stretch across a “three day” holiday this year! Saturday, July 3 – Soddy-Daisy at Soddy Lake. Festivities most of the day ending with the fireworks display. Saturday, July 3 – Chattanooga “Pops on the River” July 3 at Coolidge Park with the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera. Get there early and ride the […]

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