Bees On A Bicycle Hosts 2 Events

Thursday, September 7, 2017
Bees on a Bicycle is a new business on Market Street, an urban garden center. It will host the following events:

Morning Joe
Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 8-10 a.m.    
Organizers said, "Save the date for networking in the garden at Bees on a Bicycle. Come meet members of the community, business owners and the Southside Council of the award-winning Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce. This is a great way to meet new people and increase your visibility." Overflow parking on Emerson St as well as Cornerstone Church lot less than a block away at 19th and Long.


Open House and Ribbon Cutting
Wednesday, Oct. 4 from 4:45-7 p.m.
Bees on a Bicycle, Chattanooga's newest urban garden center is open for business and celebrating with you. Officials said, "Please come join us as we cut the ribbon to officially launch our efforts." Light refreshments will be served in the garden. Overflow parking on Emerson Street as well as at the end of the block at Cornerstone Church at 19th and Long Streets.

Bees on a Bicycle is at 1909 Market Street, 703 225-9686.


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