🌱 New art exhibition at Townsend Atelier + Tackling Food Insecurity
Happy Wednesday neighbors! Here you will find everything you need to know on site today.
First today’s weather:
Mostly sunny. High: 62 Low: 36.
Here are today’s top stories in Chattanooga:
- Townsend Atelier has announced a solo exhibition of work by Ukrainian artist Victoria Kalaichi. Dubbed Reflections of the Soul, the exhibition is free, open to the public, and features over 30 paintings ranging from still lifes to human figures. The exhibition features works that are available for purchase. The exhibition can be seen until March by appointment. (Chattanooga Pulse)
- The Chattanooga Area Food Bank is working with the Tennessee Valley Authority to address food insecurity for residents of the community of Chattanooga. The Tennessee Valley Authority is providing $25,000 to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank to help the organization provide access to food to those in need. (Chattanooga Pulse)
- Are you looking for a new home in the Chattanooga area? Each week, Patch partners with Redfin to bring you a list of the latest houses to hit the market. This week you can find homes for sale between $199,900 and $550,000. (Chattanooga Patch)
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Today in Chattanooga:
- Open mic night At WanderLinger Brewing Co (19.00)
From my notebook:
- Members of the Chattanooga Fire Department visited kindergarten and first graders at the Calvin Donaldson Environmental Science Academy to educate them on the importance of fire safety and teach them all about what a firefighter does. (Facebook)
- The Tennessee Aquarium would like to introduce Beaver, a giant Pacific octopus from Vancouver, Canada. Beaver can be found in the Boneless Beauties gallery in Ocean Journey! (Facebook)
- Let yourself be inspired Black History Month with Book Chatt Connection on Wednesday at the Chattanooga Public Library. (Instagram)
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That’s it for today! See you tomorrow for your next update.
— Kayla Harrison
About me: Kayla Harrison is a professor of writing arts and a freelance writer for content creation agency Lightning Media Partners. In her free time, she listens to podcasts, writes poetry, and visits local cafes.