The public is invited to come learn the in's and out's of the most misunderstood of bicycle parts: the derailleur, at Outdoor Chattanooga's next Bike Maintenance Clinic
on Wed., June 19, 6 p.m. at Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. Learn from the experts at the Trek Store of Chattanooga. To learn more, email
or call Outdoor Chattanooga at (423) 643-6888
Downtown Kayak Adventures Continue June 22 & 23
Our weekly Downtown Kayak Adventures continue this Sat. and Sun., June 22 and 23, 9 a.m. and continue through Aug. 18. Make a reservation to join this beginner friendly excursion around the downtown waterfront.
Advanced beginner and intermediate level whitewater kayakers can join this weekend skills clinic in the mountains o f Western North Carolina Fri. - Sun., June 21-23, with Outdoor Chattanooga's Rapid Learning Whitewater Program. Cost is $150 and includes all transportation, meals, equipment and instruction. To learn more or register, email Terri Chapin or call (423) 643-6888.
Sierra Club at Outdoor Chattanooga June 24 - TN Healthy Energy Campaign
The Sierra Club, Cherokee Group will host their monthly meeting on Mon., June 24, 7 p.m. at Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St. in Coolidge Park. The public is invited to come hear Megan Spooner, local organizer for the TN Healthy Energy Campaign, will highlight efforts to conserve energy in the TN Valley.
Rapid Learning Beginner Whitewater Kayak Trips June 29 & 30
Outdoor Chattanooga's Rapid Learning Whitewater Program will host beginner whitewater kayak trips on Sat. and Sun., June 29 and 30, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Participants will spend the day practicing basic rescue and paddling skills on an area Class II whitewater stream. The trips are open to Rapid Learning members for $35 or non members for $45 (includes one day membership). Email Terri Chapin or call (423) 643-6888 to learn how to sign up.
Featured Community Event
Adventure (and Science) on Mt. Everest June 25
The Rock/Creek Wild Trails Pint Night will present Adventure (& a Little Science) on Mt. Everest on Tues., June 25, from 6:30-9 p.m., at the IMAX Theatre in downtown Chattanooga. Climber and photographer Kris Erickson will present his photographic documentation of 10 years of climbing on some of the world toughest peaks. Cost is $10 and proceeds benefit Wild Trails.
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