Chattanooga has been voted the “Best Town Ever” by Outdoor Magazine…twice. So when it seems like we’re boasting about this city we are lucky enough to call home, at least we can back it up, right?! As the fall approaches, we’re busy planning away the events at the shoppe. We’re also getting giddy about all the amazing outdoor events around the city!
This riverfront event has been held in the scenic city for the past decade, the event brings top Bluegrass artist every year. Although coolers will not allowed, I'm planning a pre-party beforehand and feature a few of my favs….maybe a taco bar from Taco Mamacita! Our Chips + Dip Napkins are perfect for the occasion! Toss all the sauces + dips into our recycled glass bowls for a easy + clean set up!
Falling on the same weekend as 3 Sister’s, Wine Over Water is celebrating it’s twenty-third year. This event begins on Friday evening with a silent auction + wine tasting at the Chattanoogan Hotel. The following day, the event will take place on the historic Walnut Street Bridge. Check out the complete schedule here! After the event is over, I know i’m going to be picking out my favorite wines and wanting to grab a stemless wine glass + enjoy! Don't forget that wine + wrapped in a tea towel is the perfect hostess gift!
Known as Chattanooga’s oldest and largest Oktoberfest, this local event is held at the Chattanooga Market October 14 + October 15th. The event boasts local breweries and food vendors. Grab your favorite beer from the festival + fill up our recycled conical glass. 50 Places to Drink Beer + Elk Bottle Opener can be your go-to gift of the season for all the beer connoisseurs in your life.
This family-friendly event will have fun for you + your little ones! I’m taking my sweet niece + cannot wait to see her excitement! Get your house ready for Halloween with fun decor the kids will enjoy! Jack O’Lanterns + Black Cat Pillows + Metal Pumpkins
This annual event is one of the largest regatta rowing competitions in the country. Held the first weekend of November every year, Head of the Hooch attracts thousands to the scenic city. Andrea Davis’ artwork shows the different views of the Tennessee River where the regatta is held.
Happy fall y'all!