The City of Chattanooga Department of Education, Arts & Culture and Heritage House arts and civic center announce the 6th Annual HubFest at Heritage House and Heritage Park in East Brainerd (1428 Jenkins Road, 37421) on Saturday, from 11 a.
m. to 4 p.m. Presented by Pepsi Beverages Company and the Friends of East Brainerd, HubFest is a free family-oriented event that takes place every Mother’s Day weekend offering arts and entertainment, activities for kids, food and vendors, community outreach opportunities, and more.
Fletcher Bright & the Dismembered Tennesseans will headline this year’s live entertainment at HubFest, emceed by WRCB Channel 3 meteorologist David Karnes. Also featured in the day’s line-up will be River City Red Hot’s Brass Band “Dixieland Style,” Scenic City Dance Studio, a Retro Fashion Show presented by Collective Clothing, and the “Star Spangled Banner” performed by Nicholas Hickman. Boy Scout Troop 69 is the featured food and beverage vendor for HubFest 2012. Kids’ activities will include games, contests, arts and crafts, art bikes, petting zoo, face painting, pony rides, and more.
EAC Administrator Missy Crutchfield said, “A community event doesn’t get much better than this, and it takes a great team to pull together such a dynamic family-friendly experience as the annual HubFest. The Friends of East Brainerd and the HubFest committee, including the leadership of Buddy Shirk and Annie McGuire, has made this year’s HubFest the biggest event yet with Fletcher Bright & the Dismembered Tennesseans headlining the live entertainment for the day. And we are especially grateful to our District 4 City Councilman Jack Benson for his leadership and support of our beautiful Heritage House Arts and Civic Center and Heritage Park, and all the great events and activities at these public spaces that bring the East Brainerd community together.”