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La Paz Chattanooga’s annual signature fundraiser, Sangria on the Bluff, will be held at the Hunter Museum of American Art. lapazchattanooga.org/sangria.
The MainStreet Cruise-In continues from 1-6 p.m. in Downtown Cleveland. Downtown streets will be filled with vehicles and spectators are invited to view the cars, shop, have dinner in one of the locally owned restaurants, and enjoy specialty foods such as funnel cakes, kettle corn, and fried apple pies from the vendors. Music from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s will fill the air to add to nostalgic atmosphere. The swap meet will be in the parking lot on Broad Street south of Inman Street. Spaces are free and are available on a first come bases. Free to enter a vehicle and free to spectators. www.mainstreetcleveland.com.
The Harrison Ruritan Club Open Car Show from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at Tennessee River Park, 4301 Amnicola Hwy. Spectator admission is free and pre-registration is $20 and day of show is $25. Registration will be from 8 a.m.-noon and judging begins at noon. Rain or shine. More information and registration forms can be found on the Harrison Ruritan Club website: http://harrisonruritanclub.webs.com or contact Don Ramey at email@example.com, 364-3634 or Jim Holcomb firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-6140.
The third annual Chattanooga Tabletop Game Fest, 10 a.m.-10 p.m., on International Tabletop Day at historic Ridgedale Masonic Lodge, 1500 Dodds Ave. in downtown Chattanooga. The event features 12 hours of non-stop board games, role-playing, war games, card games and every other kind of game you play on a table. Over 100 open game demos will be available. Volunteers will be on hand to help teach games to new players. Guests are also welcome to bring their own games. Entry is $10, parking is free and food and drink will be available for purchase.
Dogma Dance Off is an annual celebration of music, art and charity that has expanded from a one-day event to a three-day festival, spanning Nashville (May 31), Murfreesboro (June 1) and Chattanooga (June 2). At Chattanooga's Barking Legs Theater on June 2, get ready for an all-day event on two stages (indoor and outdoor) with some of the region's pop, rock and hip-hop sounds from emerging artists, plus a showcase of art for sale, food trucks, drone yoga, and much more. For more information visit the Facebook page, Dogma Dance Off, Mark Making, or Jessi Zazu, Inc.
CSMO Riverbend Race 5K and 10K. Start time is 7:30 a.m. at the Riverfront Parkway (under Olgiati Bridge). Activities will include brunch, adult beverages, live music, vendors, finisher medals, framed awards for overall winners and three deep in age groups. There will also be team challenges of 5 person teams. Register here: RunCTC.org. Corporate sponsors are Center for Sports Medicine and Friends of the Festival.
Make Music Chattanooga will return for its 4th year with a focus on encouraging community music making by local musicians and self-described “non-musicians” alike. Over 10 events will welcome Chattanoogans to pick up an instrument, lift their voices and dance in celebration of Make Music Day in addition to over 40 concerts. A growing schedule of events can be viewed at ConcertHopper.com/MakeMusicCHA.