Yellow Dragon Productions presents "Three Viewings" October 18, 19, 26, and 27 at St. Luke United Methodist Church.
Dr. Tiffany Ahlberg talks about the importance of getting a baseline hearing test. Find her and her team at Ahlberg Audiology in Cleveland.
Enjoy a meal at Community Pie, Taco Mamacita, Milk and Honey, Urban Stack, or High Five Clyde's on October 20 and help the MacClellan Family Shelter.
Rustic Trading Company invites you to their VIP Night on October 19. Shop the sales on all Fall items, as well as discounted DIY classes. Very fun!
First Things First invites you to a Date Night on November 1st at The Westin. There's only room for 150 couples, so act quickly!
Rustic Trading Company, on the North Shore, invites you to a VIP Night on October 19.
First Things First holds another of its famous Date Nights on November 1st, but you need to act quickly. There's only room for 150 couples.
Liz Henderson and members of her exercise class at Eastgate Senior Center show off some easy exercises for your legs.
Flavored Nation comes to the Convention Center this weekend, offering a taste of all 50 states under one roof. Very fun!
Cleveland is set to break ground on The Trek Thru Truth Museum in 2020, turning 52 Bible stories into interactive play.
EggFest comes to The Commons in Collegedale, October 19, to benefit the Chattanooga Area Food Bank.
Bead Therapy on McCallie Avenue offers classes and kits to help you create beautiful pieces like these.
It's Halloween time, and Mark Hite, with Mark Hite Keller Williams Realty, gets in the spirit with some of the scariest concerns worrying home buyers and sellers.
Hamfest Chattanooga 2019 comes to Camp Jordan Arena, this weekend. These students from LaFayette Middle School will be there.
The Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga invites you to the Parade of Homes October 19,20,26, and 27.
The Stuffing Strut 5K comes to Chester Frost Park on Thanksgiving morning. Monies raised help non-profits north of the river.
Dr. Shawn Jones of Chattanooga Wellness talks about alternatives to antibiotics, as well as their second place finish in Best of the Best.
This cute little pumpkin is named Dusty- an 8 year old retriever mix who is looking for a home. You can meet him at the Humane Educational Society.
Dr. Randy Hammon talks about keeping your pets safe this Halloween.
Lily's TV Items is offering a special on their heaters, this week. All you have to do is mention you saw Dottie on 3 Plus You.
Allan Valenzuela with Alliance Physical Therapy talks about Juvent. This machine helps with arthritis, bone loss, and other aches and pains.
Granite Empire offers a special to 3 Plus You viewers this week, only. It's a $200 value, so if you're looking to redo your kitchen, don't miss the offer.
Community Options thanks area businesses for welcoming employees with disabilities into their offices. As they say, everyone deserves the right to work.
Lydia's Market comes to First Baptist Church of Dalton, October 31st- November 2nd to help women across the world with fair trade.
TVFCU invites you to the Idea Leap Grant Pitch Night on October 22. Five local small businesses will walk away with $50,000 in grant money.
The Autism Awareness Walk comes to Coolidge Park on November 9.
Arts for Cares brings "Opulence" to the Read House on October 19 to benefit CEMPA.
The Chattanooga Market celebrates Oktoberfest.
Cindy Deering, of Cindy's Choice, talks about a few of her favorite clients and what they are doing in the community.
Ed Jones and Cady Kuhlman, with Nutrition World, share their list of 4 essential supplements they say we all need.
Dr. Aaron Solomon of Village Podiatry talks about taking care of your feet as the weather gets cooler.
It's always a good day when Linda Mines is here to share her love of history.
Cameron's Cause Toy Drive brings hope and help to children fighting childhood cancer.
Hitson Cabinets creates beautiful custom kitchens and baths with personalized service.
Dottie Davis shares some of her favorite things from Lily's TV Items.
The Austin Hatcher Foundation helps children who have battled childhood cancer with the lingering effects the disease can bring.
The Howl and Kelly Subaru team up to help shelter dogs find owners to adopt them, by using life size cut outs, like these. It's working!
Opera Tennessee presents "Don Giovanni", October 10,11, and 13.
Casey Waddle, with the Mary Ellen Locher Breast Center, talks about the importance of mammograms and the power of early detection.
True Health Journey, on Chattanooga's Southside, offers group classes to help patients learn the joy of healthy living, together.
The Tennessee Whiskey Festival benefits the Hart Gallery. Don't miss the fun, October 12, at the Choo Choo Gardens.
The Catoosa County Business Expo brings networking opportunities to business owners and consumers, alike.
The Rustic Trading Company brings Annie Sloan Chalk Paint back to Chattanooga. Check out one of their classes on the North Shore, and have fun with your own DIY project.
Bernadette Peters comes to the Tivoli Theater on October 12 for one performance, only.
Local musician, Ryan Oyer, prepares to release his new album, "Silver Linings." It includes new songs, as well as standards like "It's a Wonderful World."