Thursday: Cloudy with a passing shower from time to time. An afternoon high in the upper 70s to near 80.
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hard to believe but it's that time of year again that you see christmas coming out and that means it's time for the angel tree with the salvation army
Kimberly Kyriakidis George --Director of Marketing and Development with --The Salvation Army Greater Chattanooga was guest
-----registration for the Angel Tree program and volunteering for upcoming holidays.
All info can be found at www.CSArmy.org or by calling 423-756-1023.
mark calendars for The Salvation Army Annual Christmas Kickoff, November 3, at 3:00 PM at Hamilton Place Mall Center Stage.
Registration dates for the Angel Tree are: October 23 - 25; October 29 - November 2; November 5-7 at warehouse located at 5001 Covington Street in Chattanooga.
FACEBOOK FRIEND OF THE DAY
Mary Augustino originally from Birmingham, Alabama, and now calls Chattanooga home. She is a 2008 graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and was also a cheerleader for the Blue Raiders. She works as a wellness coordinator in Chattanooga and loves being a mom and rooting for her beloved Crimson Tide. Congrats to mary augustin0 newschannel 9's facebook friend of the day
It's that TIME again...the time some folks DREAD, while others decide to igNORE. Of course, I'm talking about the time to get our flu shots. Joining lifewatch today was a person who knows every excuse there is for NOT getting vaccinated; she's heard 'em ALL. But Sharon Goforth ALSO knows the price that sometimes accompanies that decision-for more information call your local health department.
Atop Lookout Mountain in DeKalb County, fall colors are beginning to emerge as hints of orange, red, and yellow begin to pop in all directions. To welcome nature's colorful display, the town of Mentone comes together for its annual celebration, Colorfest, set for October 20-21, 2012.
todays guest were elaine gauldin along with Doreen WatersThe two-day event kicks off at 7 p.m. on Friday at the Mentone Inn Pavilion with a bonfire, plenty of good eats by Moon Lake School, and live entertainment featuring Fort Payne's Dooley's Blue Review.
The festivities get underway on Saturday with live music beginning at 9 a.m. at Brow Park. DayDreamers, Jason Rogers, Three By Grace, Jess Goggans Band, and Chris Hale are all slated to perform. Headlining the 30th annual event is Kozmic Mama, a soul, rock, and blues band from Huntsville, Ala., who will get the crowd rockin' at 7 p.m. In between musical acts, a dramatic white dove release is set for 12:30 p.m. at Brow Park to commemorate the 30th anniversary.
On Sunday, live music returns to the stage at 11 a.m. with a performance by the Dulcimer Club. Also slated to perform Sunday are Clay States and Curtis Strange, and an open jam session will wrap the day up around 3 p.m.
Plenty of food will be available throughout the weekend. A Catfish Fry hosted by One World Travel is set for 4-6 p.m. on Saturday behind the Mentone Inn. On Sunday, The Moonlight Bistro gets the morning started by hosting a pancake breakfast.
For more information on Colorfest or on additional things to do in and around DeKalb County, contact the DeKalb Tourism at 888.805.4740 or visit www.DiscoverLookoutMountain.com.
MR FOOD - for todays receipe go to www.mrfood.com
Rocktoberfest - haunts and mazes - what do they all have in common
joining us today were Meagan Jolley along with Kim jackson to tell us about these event
------Rocktoberfest and rock city's partnership w/MaryEllen Locher Foundation,
Get in touch with Rock City's German Heritage during the 7th annual Rocktoberfest!
Rock City Square will be transformed for a celebration of harvests and fall foliage. This premiere Fall Celebration includes live German Music, Polka Lessons, German Food, Specialty Beer, Costume Characters and Fun for the whole family. Join the fun at Rock City as we celebrate our German heritage and honor our founder Frieda Utermoehlen Carter!
Saturdays and Sundays in October----12noon - 5pm
------- haunt at Blowing Screams Farm.
Blowing Screams Farm is a haunted attraction location on Blowing Springs Farm in Flintstone, Georgia just 3 miles from Chattanooga. Blowing Screams Farm features roaming monsters, bonfires, and 2 massive haunts: Forest of Fear & GhostRide. Forest of Fear is a walk-through haunted attraction that takes you through twisted woods, dark swamps, and a 10,000 sq. ft. maze filled with hideous creatures stalking YOU! GhostRide is a combination hayride and walk-through haunt that will have you screaming to escape the cornfield of SCREAMS.
Blowing Screams Farm is open every Friday and Saturday night in October.
trail opens after dark (generally 7:00pm) and the terror continues until the
last victim screams
Thursday - Sunday----now - October 28
In addition to the Maze & all the great food, it's the special activities and events that make it the best fall event in the area. Kids activities include:
Critter Corral, Inflatables, Hayrides, Kiddie Cow Train, Face Painting, Pumpkin Painting, Corn Slingshot, and more
for more information about all these events go to www.seerockcity.com