Tennessee Valley Heart Walk Is Popping Up Across Chattanooga

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

The Tennessee Valley Heart Walk will pop-up across the city to bring Heart Walk event to the public where they are. It will be held Saturday from 9-11 a.m. 

This year’s new experience will offer start lines across the community to provide maximum flexibility while still driving the community to move more and raise lifesaving funds.

All are invited and there is no admission cost.

Register by visiting www.chattanoogaheartwalk.org and join at Sculpture Fields at Montague Park, Enterprise South Nature Park and Vandergriff Park in Hixson. 


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