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Breaking a Sweat at City Sweat April 26, 2018

Chattanooga, it's time to get your City Sweat on again for the 2018 season. Join our partners at lululemon Chattanooga for this monthly complimentary class the second Thursday of every month. While most classes happen in Miller Plaza, the first class on May 10th is starting on the Riverwalk and focused on endurance. Join us at 6 p.m.

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Basecamp is Back for 2018 April 26, 2018

Basecamp, powered by EPB Fiber Optics, returns Tuesday, May 1. This free monthly coworking day in Miller Plaza is designed to keep the Startup Week Chattanooga buzz going year round allowing entrepreneurs and downtown workers the opportunity to collide in Downtown Chattanooga’s Innovation District. Bring your work, and we'll supply the coffee, charging stations, lunch speaker, ping-pong, a happy hour and even a new mid day pick me up all stating at 10 a.m.

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Noontunes is on the Move April 26, 2018

Returning for its third year, Noontunes is making the move from inside Waterhouse Pavilion to the brand new stage and lawn of Miller Park for the upcoming 2018 season. Sponsored by Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, Noontunes is a weekly, mid-day music series that showcases local musicians. The 10 week series starts September 5, and the artist application is now open.

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Passageways 2.0 Semifinalist Showcase April 26, 2018

Three different teams will showcase three, very different design concepts for Passageways 2.0 on Thursday, May 10 at 6 p.m. at The Camp House. Free and open to the public, you can meet the teams, review proposed design ideas, ask questions and offer feedback on what you think of each proposal.

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Strong Towns' Chuck Marohn in Town April 26, 2018

On Thursday, May 3rd at The Camp House, Chuck Marohn will be presenting as a part of the Chattanooga Design Studio's CIVIQ series. Marohn is the president of Strong Towns which “aim(s) to inspire readers to ask a different set of questions about the way their towns are built, and to encourage you to demand a better approach in the places you love.” 

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BettyeLynn Smith: See What's Happening on MLK April 26, 2018

Over the last year, we've shared many stories of businesses and developments along the MLK Boulevard. But, we also captured stories from people who've worked tirelessly to do big things for East MLK Boulevard. One of those people is BettyeLynn Smith. Hear her MLK story and what she sees on the street today.

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