Event transforms meters into creative spaces

Photo by Anna Prater
Photo by Anna Prater

Anna Prater, Chattanooga, Tenn. – Chattanooga’s Park(ing) Day brought residents of the Scenic City out in droves Friday, Sept. 18; from the 10 a.m. opening to the time booths began packing up at 4 p.m., downtown buzzed with excitement.

With a wide range of more than 50 vendors, from adopting pets with the Humane Society to tailgating with Bellhops and playing games with The Bitter Alibi, there was something for everybody to find.

Speaking of finding – a scavenger hunt, which encouraged passersby to check out more booths by taking photos at different locations, kept everyone busy and having fun while also offering prizes such as dinner for two and IMAX tickets.

Hayden Seay

Hayden Seay

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Majoring in communication and history, Hayden just wants to write. He is currently writing his first novel, but also plans on delving into historical and political writing. He avidly reads and plays video games, and will debate over which breed of cat is the most adorable. To read more of his work, click here.

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