Immediately after receiving the conditional Certificate of Occupancy from the City of Chattanooga, we began moving five years of accumulated goods and furniture from our 800 square foot storage unit to St Francis Cottage.
Don't miss these Chattanooga Area Events for April 2017
Thursday, April 6 – Sunday, April 9 – CHATTANOOGA FILM FESTIVAL
Head on down to Chattown for four days of fun-and-films at the Fourth Annual Chattanooga Film Festival! (Say that quickly four times!) Check out the website for film schedules, discussions, parties and more. The CFF has become a significant assemblage of filmmakers in the Southeast, and you won’t want to miss being a part of this regional cinematic event.
Thursday, April 6 – TASTE – Stratton Hall
Plan an extended springtime get-away weekend in Chattanooga, starting off with exquisite cuisine at Taste, while supporting the Kidney Foundation of Greater Chattanooga. This year’s participating restaurants include some of the best in our area along with great music and drink to create a super party atmosphere to begin your weekend.
Thursday, April 6 – Mozart and Mahler – Tivoli Theater
For all you music aficionados, begin your long weekend with an eclectic evening of music at Chattanooga’s famous Tivoli Theater, featuring Mozart’s Don Giovanni followed by Exsultate Jubilate (featuring Soprano Maria Valdes), and ending with Mahler’s 4th Symphony. From humor to sacred music to symphony, you’ll experience a little bit of everything musical.
Although winter 2016-17 has been extremely mild in Southeastern Tennessee due to global warming (that doesn’t exist, but really does), we’re seeing the gardens awaken from winter rest. The daytime temperatures have ranged from the 30’s to high 70’s during February and March, and the plants faithfully roll with the punches.
We are closer to welcoming you as a guest at St Francis Cottage
Each day brings us closer to opening by our early-April target date. Most recently, the parking lot and upper driveway were completed by Alguire Construction, who did an impeccable concrete finishing job within just a couple of days. John Cantrell and his team at Ames Excavating worked from sun-up to sun-down grading and moving tons of dirt to prep the driveway and parking areas. John is currently underway on the final phase, prepping the 500-foot driveway down the hill to Gunbarrel Road. John Alguire and his competent team will then take over with the final forming and pour.