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Waterfront Acreage For Sale At 13412 Bellacoola Road in Soddy Daisy, TN

by The Paula McDaniel Group


Escapes can be part of your daily routine when you build your home on this double waterfront lot with a dock, almost 200 feet of water frontage ​and ​framed by 1.37 +/- acres of wooded privacy. Your summer can be filled with activities like fishing off of the dock, boating, swimming in the lake, and more! Conveniently located within 30 +/- minutes of downtown Chattanooga and 10 +/- minutes to Dayton/Sale Creek​. If you are searching for waterfront lots for sale in Soddy Daisy, then be sure to Call The Paula McDaniel Group at 423-667-2997 or at Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC at 423-362-8333 to schedule your tour of 13412 and 13416 Bellacoola Road today! Buyer is responsible to do their due diligence to verify that all information is correct, accurate and for obtaining any and all restrictions for the property. Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA.

Nooga Happenings for January 25-27, 2019

by The Paula McDaniel Group

Check Out This Weekend's Nooga Happenings for January 25-27, 2019.

 

 

Open House at The Farm - New Subdivision in Soddy Daisy

Open On Saturday From 10-4, And Sunday From 1-5.

The Farm is a new subdivision in Soddy Daisy with craftsman style homes built by Nu-Era Construction. Pick your lot and start building your semi or full custom home today! Homes are currently under construction and start at $339,000.

http://bit.ly/2rGH8u4

The Paula McDaniel Group 423-760-4603.

Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC 423-362-8333.

Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA.



 

Etta May at The Comedy Patch-Jan. 23-Jan. 27

Winner of the prestigious American Comedy Awards “Comic of the Year,” this Kentucky woman is a comedy icon! Hailed as the “Polyester Princess,”

the reigning Queen of Southern Sass delivers a high-powered, take-no-prisoners performance full of truth, irony, humor and wisdom.

Visit the link below to purchase tickets and to see the show times.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

 

Lookout Wild Film Festival 2019-Jan. 24-Jan. 27

Tivoli Theatre

Visit the link below to purchase tickets and to see the show times.

 Photo and information about this event are from www.tivolichattanooga.com

Mystery at Magic School-Family Dinner Theater-Jan. 25-Jan. 27

Christian Family Theater-Chattanooga

Join us for our family friendly mystery dinner theater.

It's a new year at Harry Houdini's School of Magic and Trickery. The school is plunged into an uproar as a priceless artifact goes missing causing all the professors and students to become suspects. With help from our audience of inquisitors we will get to the bottom of this disappearance.

Shows Dates

January 25  @ 7:00pm Dinner   $23.50

January 26  @ 7:00pm Dinner   $23.50

January 27  @ 3:00pm Dessert  $18.50

Dinner Theater Includes:

Salad, Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Vegetables, Roll, a drink, & Butterbeer cupcakes.

or you can select the vegetarian option of:

Cheese Ravoli, Roll, steamed vegetables, dessert, a drink, & Jumbo Butterbeer cupcakes.

Dessert Theater $18.50

Dessert will include jumbo butterbeer cupcakes and other assorted desserts.

Each year our family mystery dinner theaters sell out. We recommend you purchase tickets early.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


Chattacon 44-Jan. 25 at 10:00pm-Jan. 27 at 3:00pm

The Read House

Chattacon is an annual speculative fiction literary convention held each January in Chattanooga, Tennessee USA.

Go to http://chattacon.org/ for more information.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events



Friday, January 25, 2019:



Southern Home Market Winter BLOWOUT Sale!!

Friday, Jan. 25-5:00pm-7:00pm

Saturday, Jan. 26-10:00am-1:00pm

Gateway Mall (3987 Cloud Springs Rd, Ringgold, GA 30736 → I-75, Exit 353 just past Costco)

Southern Home Market must clear out and liquidate all inventory to make room for all new items in 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣9️⃣!! Come shop 50-75% off original prices!! We’re ready to slash prices on everything so we can move in ALL NEW items!!

Don’t miss this ❄️WINTER BLOWOUT💨 SALE! Open for 2️⃣ DAYS ONLY so mark your 📆 NOW!!

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

 


 

Fourth Annual Christmas Tree Bonfire-6:00pm-9:00pm

Treetop Hideaways

Now that Christmas is over, you could put your poor dried out Christmas tree by the curb.

OR

you could continue the celebratory season by watching your tree burn in a glorious blaze atop a pile of other trees! What better way to start the new year than by watching a conflagration of past  Christmas celebrations and the remnants of the old year turn to ashes.

Your new year needs to begin with friends around a bonfire...

Drop off your tree anytime before Friday, January 19th at 576 Chattanooga Valley Road. This will again be epic, and you can take part! (Last year we had 119 trees!)

BYOCT (bring your own Christmas trees. And hot dogs and beer and chairs and things too.) This is a free event and will be a family-friendly environment. Dogs are welcome on a leash.

Whoever brings the most Christmas trees will receive a free night in the treehouse!

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

Free Sign Friday at Board and Brush Chattanooga-6:30pm-9:30pm Choose your own wood sign from our gallery of 200 plus designs! Plus you will receive a FREE "Love You Then" 8x24 sign along with you main project! Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

Live Music Every Friday and Saturday Night--begins at 7:00pm

Jim Oliver’s Smoke House Restaurant

Join Us For Our Live Show! Music on the Mountain features the best artists and songwriters from Nashville, TN (better known as “Music City, USA”), every Friday and Saturday night from 7:00pm to 10:30pm. NO COVER CHARGE!
Show Start Times:
1st Act at 7:00pm  | 2nd Act at 9:00pm  | Doors open at 6:00 pm
All shows are FREE to the public and Family Friendly!

Photo and information about this event are from thesmokehouse.com/events


The Mountain Opry -8:00pm

Old Community Hall in Walden, Tennessee

The Mountain Opry takes place each Friday night in an atmospheric old community hall in Walden, Tennessee. Bluegrass and old-time acoustic bands take the stage at 8pm and play thirty minute sets. The venue is classic, from the homemade banner to the American flags to the concession stand selling popcorn and soft drinks. Head to the Mountain Opry, and let the spirit move you!

FREE event!

Photo and information about this event are from www.chattanoogafun.com/event


Overland Express-8:30pm-11:30pm

Songbirds South

Originals influenced by Southern Rock, Country Rock, and good old Rock and Roll, Overland Express has been one of the best bands to ever come out of Chattanooga. Band members include Randy Clark, Rick Williams, Michael Welch, Tommy Lifsey and Kris Phillips.

Purchase tickets via EventBrite for $16.65-$20.19

Photo and information about this event are from www.eventbrite.com

Saturday January 26, 2019:

 

14th Annual Pink Gala!

Chattanooga Convention Center

CHI Memorial Foundation is pleased to announce the 14th annual Pink! Gala will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Dr. Lee and Sharron Jackson, and Dan and Amber Norton will co-chair the Foundation’s signature black-tie event. First Tennessee Bank is the presenting sponsor for the 2019 Pink! gala.

Over the past 13 years, Pink! has raised more than $4 million to further the mission of the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center at CHI Memorial ensuring the women in our community have access to the highest level of breast care available”, say Dan and Amber Norton.

The theme for this year’s gala is “The Greatest Show”. Pink! has set the bar as “the can’t miss event” in the Chattanooga region and 2019 will be no exception. Guests can expect an elegant evening with over-the top décor and entertainment.

Proceeds from Pink! are used to ensure the MaryEllen Locher Breast Center at CHI Memorial has the latest equipment and technology available, and provides the highest quality care available to women in need. Proceeds from the 2018 event helped build the fourth MaryEllen Locher Breast Center site located at Atrium Medical Center on Gunbarrel Road which is scheduled to open later this year.

Pink! is a celebration of life for breast cancer patients and survivors raising more than $4 million since 2006 to ensure our community has access to the most advanced breast cancer treatments available.

FOr more details, visit the link below.

Photo and information about this event are from www.memorial.org


Teacher Appreciation Day-10:00am-6:00pm

Tennessee Aquarium

Teachers - enjoy free admission on Teacher Appreciation Day on Saturday, January 26, 2019!

This offer is good for one teacher and one guest.

Teachers will have an opportunity to see first-hand what we offer to school groups by visiting the Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX 3D Theater. Educators must provide a current teacher ID or pay stub at check-in to receive admission. Additional guest tickets may be purchased at the discounted rates listed below. There is no charge for children under 3 years old.

Children (3-18): $13 Aquarium + IMAX

Adults: $32.50 Aquarium + IMAX

Admission includes one IMAX movie. Film entry is on a first come, first served basis. Throughout the day, our education staff will be available to show teachers how the Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX Theater can serve as an extension to the classroom.

We are the only U.S. zoo or aquarium certified as a school by SACS/AdvancEd.

If you have any questions, email [email protected] or call the education department at (423) 785-4176.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


NoBaked Cookie Dough Chattanooga Grand Opening-12:00pm-11:00pm

330 Frazier Avenue

Come join us for our highly anticipated GRAND OPENING! We hope to see you there!

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


West Village Chili Cook-Off-12:30pm-4:00pm

West Village Chattanooga

Come fire up your taste buds and meet us on 8th Street for the 2019 West Village Chili Cook Off!

$5 wristbands will offer spectators a tour de force through some of Chattanooga’s finest kitchens:

Bald Headed Bistro

Lil Oso

Old Gilman Grill

The Read House

Puckett's Chattanooga

The Great American Filling Station - Chattanooga

Citron et Sel

Innside Restaurant

Alimentari Cucina e Bar

Chattanooga Brewing Company

The Westin Chattanooga

The 405 Mid-East Bistro

Judged by the Chattanooga Police and Fire departments, and benefiting the Forgotten Child Fund, the West Village invites you to taste the competition at the 2019 West Village Chili Cook-Off!

P.S. – Don’t shave those winter coats! At 3:30 pm, the Chattanooga Beard Company will comb through the crowds to discover the best head of facial hair in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Can your beard compete with the best? Prove it at the beard competition!

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


6th Annual Brew-ha-ha-1:00pm-5:00pm

Museum Center at 5ive Points

Come out and taste a variety of beer and food at our 6th annual beer festival! Join local brewers and distributors from Cleveland, TN and the surrounding areas to celebrate the miracle of beer with your refillable tasting mug. Tickets include unlimited beer tastings and snacks!

Additionally, local restaurants Stack Southern Bistro, Catch Bar & Grill, and CBC Cleveland are offering special discounts to attendees with show of ticket the day of the event.

Vendors/Sponsors:

Tarver Distributing

Cherokee Distributing Company

Monkey Town Brewery

Ocoee Winery

Dry Valley Brewing

Mash & Hops

Stack Southern Bistro

Chattanooga Brewing Company

The Village Bake Shop

Big River Grille

Catch Bar & Grill

CBC Cleveland

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


Scott Mulvahill with Stephen Day-7:00pm-9:00pm

Songbirds North

Scott was recently seen on the Tivoli stage with Lauren Daigle. Before that a jaw-dropping performance at Songbirds North. We are so happy to bring him back to headline our North stage again. This time, Scott will be showcasing songs from his latest CD, Himalayas.

He has shared the stage with some of the greatest artists of modern music, such as Alison Krauss, Barry Gibb of the BeeGees, Bruce Hornsby, Brad Paisley, Peter Frampton, Steven Curtis Chapman, Emmylou Harris, Dave Barnes, Ben Rector, and many more.

He’s currently touring in support of his September release, Top Of The Stairs (EP), which was produced by himself, Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars, The Lone Bellow) Gary Paczosa (Alison Krauss, Sarah Jarosz), and Shani Ghandi (Sarah Jarosz).

Purchase tickets via EventBrite for $16.65

For more information about this event, visit the link below.

 Photo and information about this event are from https://www.eventbrite.com/e/scott-mulvahill-with-stephen-day-tickets-50788589037?aff=ebdssbcitybrowse

Corey Smith at the Signal-8:00pm

Doors 6:30pm | Show 8pm

18+ (Under 18 admitted with parent or legal guardian)

Tickets on sale November 23 at 10am ET

$27.00 Advance / $30.00 Day of Show

$54.00 Balcony

Corey Smith, the fan-made man, has sold over 1 million concert tickets, 1.5 million digital singles and over 220,000 albums. Smith has amassed an unfailingly devout fan base, not only in his native Southeast region, but all around the nation, simply by telling it the way it is. He has released 10 albums—including 2011’s Top 20 release The Broken Record. Corey has written every word on every album himself and he produced 9 out of 10 of the records. In Summer 2015, Corey teamed up with producer Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band) for his album, “While the Gettin’ Is Good, ”which was released on Sugar Hill Records. Smith’s concerts, which were documented on his last live record, Live in Chattanooga, regularly sell out, with audiences singing along to such fan favorites as the coming-of-age anthem “Twenty-One,” the nostalgic time warp “If I Could Do It Again” and the group hug “I Love Everyone.” Corey consistently tours, hitting around 120 dates per year and has begun releasing singles from his upcoming project, the Great Wide Underground.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

Neon Moon: The Ultimate 90's Country Tribute Band ft. Ben Chapman-9:00pm-12:00am

Songbirds South

Dust off the boots and shine up the belt buckle, its time to re live all the country hits of the 90's. From Garth Brooks to Randy Travis, Clint Black to Brooks and Dunn you'll hear all your favorite hits from this all star band.

Purchase tickets via EventBrite for $20.19

Photo and information about this event are from www.eventbrite.com

Sunday January 27, 2019:


OPEN HOUSE IN HAMPTON CREEK FROM 2-4PM.
www.7230ClaudesCreekDr.com - $389,900.
Ooltewah - Hampton Creek Golfing community with a gated entrance, clubhouse & restaurant, pool, & More. 3 BR, great room w/FP, kitchen opens to keeping room, bonus room, deck, invisible fence and more! MLS#1288076.

Choo Choo Entertainment’s Local Bands Meet and Greet-3:00pm-10:00pm

SkyZoo Chattanooga

Instead of us all waiting til someone is sick or in worst cases death to meet, lets come together and talk shop, listen to each others stories etc. This will be held the last Sunday of every month. This is NOT an open mic night. P.A.and Drums will be provided only.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events


Family Movie Night with Mission Trip Fundraiser-5:00pm-8:00pm

White Oak Baptist Church

Jamaica mission team Fundraiser. Come join us for a Jamaica Missions Fundraiser as we watch the film "I Can Only Imagine." We will have Chili, hotdogs, popcorn, chips, and desert all for  a donation from you.

Photo and information about this event are from www.facebook.com/events

Sport Schedules:

UTC Basketball Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 26

UTC at Samford-3:00pm, ESPN3 (Women’s Game)

UTC at Wofford-7:00pm, ESPN+ (Men’s Game)


 

SEC Men’s Basketball Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 26

Alabama at Baylor-12:00pm, ESPNU

Iowa State at Ole Miss-12:00pm, ESPN

Florida at TCU-12:00pm, ESPN2

South Carolina at Oklahoma State-2:00pm, ESPNU

Texas at Georgia-2:00pm, ESPN2

Kansas State at Texas A&M-2:00pm, ESPN

Vanderbilt at Oklahoma-4:00pm, ESPN2

West Virginia at Tennessee-4:00pm, ESPN

Arkansas at Texas Tech-6:00pm, ESPN2

LSU at Missouri-6:00pm, SEC Network

Kansas at Kentucky-6:00pm, ESPN

Auburn at Mississippi State-8:30pm, SEC Network

SEC Women’s Basketball Schedule

Sunday, Jan. 27

LSU at Tennessee-1:00pm, SEC Network

Alabama at Georgia-2:00pm, ESPNU

Arkansas at Florida-2:00pm, SEC Network+

Ole Miss at Mississippi State-3:00pm, SEC Network

Auburn at Missouri-3:00pm, SEC Network+

Kentucky at Texas A&M-5:00pm, SEC Network+

NFL Schedule

Pro Bowl!!

Sunday, Jan. 27

AFC vs NFC-3:00pm

If you or someone you know is in the market to buy or sell a home, then call The Paula McDaniel Group today!
423-667-2997 www.AllChattanooga.com [email protected]
Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC. 423-362-8333
Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA.

Tax Deductions for Homeowners: How the New Tax Law Affects Mortgage Interest

by Leanne Potts. © Copyright 2019. NATIONAL ASSOCIATI


Tax Deductions for Homeowners: How the New Tax Law Affects Mortgage Interest

Tax changes for 2019 change the landscape for homeowners.

Tax season is upon us once again, and to make it even more interesting this year, the tax code has changed — along with the rules about tax deductions for homeowners. The biggest change? Many homeowners who used to write off their property taxes and the interest they pay their mortgage will no longer be able to.

Stay calm. This doesn’t automatically mean your taxes are going up. Here’s a roundup of the rules that will affect homeowners — and how big of a change to expect.

Related: Are Closing Costs Tax Deductible?

Standard Deduction: Big Change

The standard deduction, that amount everyone gets, whether they have actual deductions or not, nearly doubled under the new law. It’s now $24,000 for married, joint-filing couples (up from $13,000). It’s $18,000 for heads of household (up from $9,550). And $12,000 for singles (up from $6,500).

Many more people will now get a better deal taking the standard than they would with their itemizable write-offs.

For perspective, the number of homeowners who will be able to deduct their mortgage interest under the new rules will fall from around 32 million to about 14 million, the federal government says. That’s about a 56% drop.

“This doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll pay more taxes,” says Evan Liddiard, a CPA and director of federal tax policy for the National Association of REALTORS® in Washington, D.C. “It just means that they’ll no longer get a tax incentive for buying or owning a home.”

So will you be able to itemize, or will you be in standard deduction land? This calculator can give you an estimate.

If the answer is standard deduction, you’ll be pleased to know that tax forms are easier when you don’t itemize, says Liddiard. Find instructions for IRS Form 1040 here.

Personal Exemption Repealed

One caveat to the increase in the standard deduction for homeowners and non-homeowners is that the personal exemption was repealed. No longer can you exempt from your income $4,150 for each member of your household. And that might temper the benefit of a higher standard deduction, depending on your particular situation.

For example, a single person might still come out ahead. Her $5,500 increase in the standard deduction is more than the $4,150 lost by the personal exemption repeal.

But consider a family of four with two kids over 16 in the 22% tax bracket. They no longer have personal exemptions totaling $16,600. Although the increase in the standard deduction is worth $2,420 (11,000 x 22%), the loss of the exemptions would cost them an extra $3,652 (16,600 x 22%). So they lose $1,232 (3,652 – 2,420).

But say their two kids are under 16, giving them a child credit worth $2,000. That offsets the loss resulting in a $758 tax cut.

The takeaway: Your household composition will probably affect your tax status.

Mortgage Interest Deduction: Incremental Change

The new law caps the mortgage interest you can write off at loan amounts of no more than $750,000. However, if your loan was in place by Dec. 14, 2017, the loan is grandfathered, and the old $1 million maximum amount still applies. Since most people don’t have a mortgage larger than $750,000, they won’t be affected by the cap.

But if you live in a pricey place (like San Francisco, where the median housing price is well over a million bucks), or you just have a seriously expensive house, the new federal tax laws mean you’re not going to be able to write off interest paid on debt over the $750,000 cap.

State and Local Tax Deduction: Degree of Change Varies by Location

The state and local taxes you pay — like income, sales, and property taxes — are still itemizable write-offs. That’s called the SALT deduction in CPA lingo. But. The tax changes for 2019 (that’s tax year 2018) mean you can’t deduct more than $10,000 for all your state and local taxes combined, whether you’re single or married. (It’s $5,000 per person if you’re married but filing separately.)

The SALT cap is bad news for people in areas with high taxes. The majority of homeowners in around 20 states have been writing off more than $10,000 in SALT each year, so they’ll lose some of this deduction. “This is going to hurt people in high-tax areas like New York and California,” says Lisa Greene-Lewis, CPA and expert for TurboTax in California. New Yorkers, for example, were taking SALT deductions around $22,000 a household.

Rental Property Deduction: No Change

The news is happier if you’re a landlord. There continue to be no limits on the amount of mortgage debt interest or state and local taxes you can write off on rental property. And you can keep writing off operating expenses like depreciation, insurance, lawn care, and utilities on Schedule E.

Home Equity Loans: Big Change

You can continue to write off the interest on a home equity or second mortgage loan (if you itemize), but only if you used the proceeds to substantially better your home and only if the total, combined with your first mortgage, doesn’t go over the $750,000 cap ($1 million for loans in existence on Dec. 15, 2017). If you used the equity loan to pay medical expenses, take a cruise, or anything other than home improvements, that interest is no longer tax deductible.

Here’s a big FYI: The new rules don’t grandfather in old home equity loans if the proceeds were used for something other than substantial home improvement. If you took one out five years ago to, say, pay your child’s college tuition, you have to stop writing off that interest.

4 Tips for Navigating the New Tax Law

1. Single people may get more tax benefits from buying a house, Liddiard says. “They can often reach [and potentially exceed] the standard deduction more quickly.” You can check how much you’re likely to owe or get back under the new law on this tax calculator.

2. Student loan debt is deductible, up to $2,500 if you’re repaying, whether you itemize or not.

3. Charitable deductions and some medical expenses remain itemizable. If you’re generous or have had a big year for medical bills, these, added to your mortgage interest, may be enough to bump you over the standard deduction hump and into the write-off zone.

4. If your mortgage is over the $750,000 cap, pay it down faster so you don’t eat the interest. You can add a little to the principal each month, or make a 13th payment each year.

Soddy Daisy, TN. 1+/- acres with beautiful water views for sale

by The Paula McDaniel Group

Approximately 1+/- acres with beautiful water views! This property backs up to TVA waterfront on the main channel with year around water. No dock permit is allowed. Convenient to downtown Chattanooga, Dayton, shopping, public lake access, Shady Grove Marina, and Pine Harbor Marina. If you are searching for acreage for sale in Soddy Daisy, then be sure to Call The Paula McDaniel Group at 423-667-2997 or at Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC at 423-362-8333 to schedule your tour of 2147 Clift Eldridge Road today! Buyer is responsible to do their due diligence to verify that all information is correct, accurate and for obtaining any and all restrictions for the property. Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA.



Check out the December 2018 Residential #HousingMarket report for the Greater #Chattanooga and N. GA areas. If you or someone you know is in the market to buy or sell a home, then call The Paula McDaniel Group today! 
The Paula McDaniel Group 423-667-2997.
www.AllChattanooga.com
Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC. 423-362-8333. 
Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA. 
All data from Greater Chattanooga REALTORS®.

Nooga Happenings For January 18-20, 2019

by The Paula McDaniel Group

Check out this weekend’s Nooga Happenings For January 18-20, 2019.

Friday, January 18, 2019


Real Estate Partners Sponsors Ice on the Landing at the Choo Choo-- open everyday through Jan 21 :)

Friday: 2:00pm-11:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am-11:00pm

Sunday: 12:00pm-9:00pm

This 120’x40’ open-air skating rink offers the fun and nostalgia of outdoor ice skating surrounded by gas lanterns, fountains and holiday grandeur at the Southside’s iconic landmark, the Chattanooga Choo Choo Gardens.

Ice on the Landing will be open every day for a nine-week season, closing on January 21, 2019.

Ticket pricing will remain at $10 for an adult ticket, and $8 for a child ticket (12 and under.) This includes skate rentals and a minimum two-hour skate session.

Weekly promotions will keep the schedule lively with fun events throughout the season ranging from Family Night, Student Night, Charity Night, Pajama Night, Tacky Christmas Sweater Night and much more!

Rink-side vending will include hot chocolate, coffee, soft drinks and water, along with Nutella crepes and ham and cheese crepes from Adelle’s Creperie.

Photo and information about this event are from https://www.chattanoogafun.com/event/ice-on-the-landing-at-the-choo-choo-gardens/9613/ and www.iceonthelanding.com





2nd Annual “All in for ALS”--6:30pm-9:30pm

Stratton Hall

Back again this year, All In for ALS is a unique, exciting event the Tennessee Chapter introduced FIRST in the Chattanooga community. Join the ALS Association Tennessee Chapter for a night of fun casino games, food and drink, silent auction, and more! 21+ event only!

Event sponsorships are available! Please email [email protected] for more information.

We welcome you to join this inspiring community & encourage you to help spread the word about this fun, unique event! Suggested Attire: Monte Carlo Classy - business casual with a twist of casino flair!

Tickets at the door:

VIP: $105

GA: $65

Designated Driver: $55

Photo and information about this event are from www.eventbrite.com



Cheese & Beer Pairing with Chattanooga Brewing Co.--7:00pm-8:30pm

Bleu Fox Cheese Shop (330 East Main Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408)

Join us as we spend an evening with Chattanooga Brewing Co. We will embake on an tasty guided tour with our cheesemongers through cheese & beer pairings. Come enjoy the thoughtful bits and stellar beers while hearing the story behind each of these artisan products.

Purchase tickets via EventBrite for $40.86.

Photo and information about this event is from www.facebook.com



Live Music Every Friday and Saturday Night--begins at 7:00pm

Jim Oliver’s Smoke House Restaurant

Join Us For Our Live Show!
Music on the Mountain features the best artists and songwriters from Nashville, TN (better known as “Music City, USA”), every Friday and Saturday night from 7:00pm to 10:30pm. NO COVER CHARGE!
Show Start Times:
1st Act at 7:00pm  | 2nd Act at 9:00pm  | Doors open at 6:00 pm
All shows are FREE to the public and Family Friendly!

Photo and information about this event are from https://thesmokehouse.com



McCallie vs Baylor Boys’ Basketball Game--7:30pm

The McCallie varsity basketball team has an away conference game @ rival school Baylor (Chattanooga, TN) today @ 7:30p.

Photo and information about this event are from www.maxpreps.com and https://www.google.com/search?q=mccallie+vs+baylor&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS827US831&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiKt4-ygvjfAhUoTd8KHUbEDk0Q_AUIDygC&biw=1920&bih=938#imgrc=IZVKCxlv7LqfSM:



The Mountain Opry--8:00pm

Old Community Hall in Walden, Tennessee

The Mountain Opry takes place each Friday night in an atmospheric old community hall in Walden, Tennessee. Bluegrass and old-time acoustic bands take the stage at 8pm and play thirty minute sets. The venue is classic, from the homemade banner to the American flags to the concession stand selling popcorn and soft drinks. Head to the Mountain Opry, and let the spirit move you!

FREE event!

Photo and information about this event are from www.chattanoogafun.com


Saturday January 19, 2019:


Open House at The Farm - New Subdivision in Soddy Daisy

Open On Saturday From 10-4, And Sunday From 1-5.

The Farm is a new subdivision in Soddy Daisy with craftsman style homes built by Nu-Era Construction. Pick your lot and start building your semi or full custom home today! Homes are currently under construction and start at $339,000.

http://bit.ly/2rGH8u4

The Paula McDaniel Group 423-760-4603.

Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC 423-362-8333.

Equal Housing Opportunity. Licensed in TN and GA.


Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival--Jan. 19 8:00am - Jan. 20 4:00pm

Birchwood, Tennessee

This is a free festival for anyone that loves the outdoors!

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is happy to host the 2019 Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival in Birchwood on January 19-20 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. Olan Chlor will once again sponsor the event. The festival includes the popular American Eagle Foundation, recording artists 2ND Nature, a main speaker, folk singers and arts and craft vendors.

The Cherokee Memorial is once again hosting Native Americans folklorists and crafts throughout the weekend. This inspiring place evokes responsibility and remembrance of our acts as a nation. The memorial also serves as a place of celebration for a people still thriving with a rich tradition and culture.

The entire region buzzes with birds and birdwatchers alike. Along with the star of the weekend, the Sandhill crane, many types of waterfowl, bald eagles, golden eagles, white pelicans and even whooping cranes are spotted each year. Free buses run the short distance from the Birchwood Community Center to the Hiwassee Refuge and Cherokee Removal Memorial. Both the memorial and refuge provide great birding opportunities, with views of the Hiwasseee. Volunteers and scopes are set up at each location to help novice birders or curious visitors.

Beginning in the early 1990’s the recovering population of eastern Sandhill cranes began stopping at the Hiwassee Refuge as they migrated to and from their wintering grounds in Georgia and Florida. TWRA has been managing this refuge for more than 60 years for waterfowl. Therefore, cranes find a perfect combination of areas for feeding and roosting. As many as 12,000 cranes have been known to overwinter at the confluence of the Tennessee and Hiwassee Rivers.

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Princesses and Pancakes at Puckett’s Chattanooga--9:00am-11:00am

Dine with royalty at Puckett's Chattanooga! Bring your little princess or prince to Puckett's on Saturday, January 19th at 9 AM for Princesses and Pancakes! Anna, Elsa, Moana, and Repunzel will be joining us for a delicious pancake breakfast and spending some quality time with your little ones. Each child will have a photo opp with their favorite princess! Come out and join us and Magic Lamp Entertainment for a morning to remember!

Tickets include silver dollar pancakes and sausage and drinks for one child and one adult. Each additional child is $5.

Tickets: $5-$25

This event is now SOLD OUT!

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The Big Lebowski at the Tivoli Theatre--3:00pm and 7:00pm showings

This cult classic from 1998 stars Jeff Bridges as Jeff Lebowski, a burnout who insists on being called "the Dude.” As it happens Jeff has the same name as a millionaire whose wife owes a lot of money to dangerous people, resulting in “the Dude” having his rug soiled as he’s sent spiraling into the Los Angeles underworld.

All tickets are General Admission.

$12 Adults | $10 for Children (12 and under) | $10 for Seniors

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Brewer’s Battle: Stout Competition at Edley’s Bar-B-Que--4:00pm-10:00pm

Join us for some Brews and 'Que. We will have four craft breweries competing for the best stout.

First brewery team to tap the keg of their featured stout will be the winner!

Featured Breweries:

 Highland Brewing Company - Midnight Summit Stout

 Terrapin Beer Co. - Moo-Hoo Chocolate Milk Stout

 OddStory Brewing Company - Snake Root Coconut Milk Stout

Wiseacre Brewing Company- Gotta Get Up to Get Down Coffee Milk Stout

Brewing teams will be serving samples and will have swag to hand out!

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Stairway to Zeppelin-8:00pm-11:59pm (Doors open at 6:30pm.)

The Signal

Stairway To Zeppelin is comprised of 5 outstanding world-class musicians who grew up on the iconic music of Led Zeppelin and perform it as if it was a reincarnation of the original recordings. They have performed for thousands of fans in their individual careers. Nashville, the hub of the world’s best musicians, brought them together to form what people are saying is the best Led Zeppelin tribute ever!

Tickets: $20-$70 via ticketfly or at the door if not sold out.

18+ (Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.)

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Back in Black--9:00pm-12:00am

Songbirds South | 18+ only | Doors: 8 PM

A non-stop, 2-hour adrenaline rush! Back N Black delivers the goods with a set list that spans 4 decades of AC/DC's finest!

Thunderstruck, Shoot To Thrill, TNT, Back In Black, Highway To Hell, You Shook Me All Night Long , Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, Moneytalks, Who Made Who, Rock And Roll Train, Sink The Pink, Jailbreak, Heatseeker, Let There Be Rock, Whole Lotta Rosie, Hells Bells, If You Want Blood..You've Got It, The Jack, Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution, It's A Long Way To The Top, For Those About To Rock We Salute You and many, many more.

At a Back N Black show you will see everything that is AC/DC...from Angus' SG, school-boy uniform, duckwalks, striptease and constant headbanging to the shoulder ride, extended guitar solos and much more. It's all there, including the gear that's used. From the vintage Marshalls, Gretsch and Gibson guitars to the Sonor drum kit that is the same gear used by the legends themselves.

Tickets: $12-$15

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Sunday January 20, 2019:

OPEN HOUSE ON SUNDAY FROM 2-4PM.
​Apison - The Ridges of Crystal Brook.
​4 Bedroom home for sale with a show stopping kitchen, the main level is great for entertaining, bonus room, screened porch, deck, #ApisonElementary and #EastHamilton school zones, and so much more! MLS#1290089. $420,000. http://bit.ly/9311PeppyBranch  




2019 Polar Beer Fest + Corn Hole Tournament! --12:00pm-7:00pm

TailGate Brewery

Embrace the cold.

We're hosting our own cold-weather beer fest with your favorite Winter seasonals. Special beer releases and tappings in the taproom and brewery warehouse!

No ticket necessary! Wristbands available for unlimited beer pours 12-7PM!

Show off your corn hole skills with a free corn hole tournament in our brewery starting at 1pm! Registration for 2 person teams begins at 12pm. 1st place wins (2) $50 gift cards, (2) shirts and the opportunity to name a beer! 2nd place will win (2) $25 gift cards.

In true beer fest fashion, we will have Polar Beer Wrist Bands available for purchase online and on site. $40 will get you unlimited 5oz tasting of beers until 7pm. Mug Club Members check your email or ask your bartender for discounted pricing.

Bundle up, grab a pint, and "toast" with us!

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To Kill a Mockingbird at the Tivoli Theatre-2:00pm and 6:00pm showings

Ranked 34 on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 Greatest American Films, To Kill a Mockingbird is quite simply one of the finest family-oriented dramas ever made. A beautiful and deeply affecting adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Harper Lee, the film retains a timeless quality that transcends its historically dated subject matter (racism in the Depression-era South) and remains powerfully resonant in present-day America with its advocacy of tolerance, justice, integrity, and loving, responsible parenthood.  Atticus Finch, the small-town Alabama lawyer and widower father of two, Gregory Peck gives one of his finest performances with his impassioned defense of a black man wrongfully accused of the rape and assault of a young white woman. While his children, Scout and Jem, learn the realities of racial prejudice and irrational hatred, they also learn to overcome their fear of the unknown as personified by their mysterious, mostly unseen neighbor Boo Radley.

All tickets are General Admission.

$12 Adults | $10 for Children (12 and under) | $10 for Seniors

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Matt Mitchell--shows starting at 7:30pm and 9:45pm The Comedy Patch Matt Mitchell is a pure southern mash boogie comedian from Alabama with barefeet, mush-mouthed drawling and a mile-wide social streak. Kinda like Lynyrd Skynyrd as a stand-up comic… only fatter. Purchase tickets at red.vendini.com for $10-$16. Photo and information about this event are from https://www.facebook.com and https://www.google.com

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SCHEDULES:


UTC Basketball Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 19

Furman (DH) at UTC-2:00pm, ESPN3 (Women’s Game)

The Citadel at UTC-4:30pm, ESPN3 (Men’s Game)


SEC Men’s Basketball Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 19

Florida at Georgia-12:00pm, CBS

Arkansas at Ole Miss-1:00pm, SEC Network

Alabama at Tennessee-2:00pm, ESPN2

Missouri at Texas A&M-3:30pm, SEC Network

Kentucky at Auburn-4:00pm, ESPN

South Carolina at LSU-6:00pm, SEC Network

Mississippi State at Vanderbilt-8:30pm, SEC Network


SEC Women’s Basketball Schedule

Sunday, Jan. 20

LSU at Alabama-2:00pm, SEC Network

Florida at Ole Miss-4:00pm, SEC Network

Texas A&M at Georgia-4:00pm, ESPN2


NFL Schedule

Conference Championships!!

Sunday, Jan. 20

Rams at Saints-3:05pm, FOX

Patriots at Chiefs-6:40pm, CBS

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Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC. 423-362-8333
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