"Blue Moon Barking, An Evening Of Celebration & Awareness, Is Sunday At Grey Rocks

Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Grey Rocks at Cravens Terrace features its first charity event of the year with "Blue Moon Barking: An Evening of Celebration & Awareness" which will take place on Sunday at 7 p.m. at Grey Rocks, 1509 Caroline St., on the side of Lookout Mountain.

The evening will feature tours of the historic home "Grey Rocks" which has been undergoing an authentic historic restoration since Spring 2018, after sitting vacant and abandoned for the last three years.

A silent auction will also take place that evening with items from Chattanooga Auction House (featuring three 20th Century Guilt Bronze Light Wall Sconces valued at $1,500), a Shuptrine’s Gallery print (featuring a signed Artist Proof Print entitled "Eternal" from Alan Shuptrine, valued at $387), and a canine chiropractic adjustment package from Chattanooga Wellness (valued at $100).

Other featured auction items include gifts and packages from Grey Rock's Collection, One Price Framing, Nutrition World, Thrive Yoga and Wellness, Missy Crutchfield's Yoga on Union, Toe's Yoga, Melissa Turner's Plant Based Academy, M5 Salon, and Soft Touch Therapeutic Massage.

Earth Fare of Chattanooga is also providing refreshments for the evening's heavy Hors d'Oeuvres featuring vegan selections such as Oyster Mushroom Vegan "Calamari," Vegan Crabcakes, Vegan Cheese "Shrimp" & Grits, and a Vegan cheese tray, among other delicacies.
Chili’s on Brainerd Road will also be providing refreshments for the event.

Named in honor of Grey Rock's new owner Garnet Chapin's beloved rescue dog, "Blue Moon," the event will help raise funds for low-cost animal care provider Dixie Day Spay in Cleveland, Tn.

For more information about Grey Rock's "Blue Moon Barking: A Day of Celebration & Awareness" event, visit www.facebook.com/GreyRocksAtCravensTerrace.

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