Enzo's moving forward, April open date likely
At the end of January, the sign on the new Southside grocery store Enzo's went up on the building, and leaders said this week that an April opening is likely.
"[There's] lots to do," Gavin Thomas, one of the operating partners, said via email.
Blacksmith's officially downtown
According to its Facebook page, Blacksmith's Bistro and Bar is officially open in its new downtown location.
The building where Blacksmith's was will be changing into a new restaurant called 1885 Grill.
One of the partners in the ownership of the current Blacksmith's building, Stephen O'Neil, recently told Nooga.com that the space will have a new restaurant that should be open sometime near May.
Chattanooga Library, CO.LAB organize Maker Day: Thinking in 3-D Program
The Chattanooga Public Library and CO.LAB are presenting the city's first 3-D printing event, Maker Day: Thinking in 3-D.
The free event will be March 16 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. on The 4th Floor of the downtown branch.
Maker Day will showcase the art and science of 3-D printing, an increasingly popular and developing technology that allows users to make three-dimensional physical objects from a single digital file.
The Maker Day Program, a first of its kind in Chattanooga, will feature expert demonstrations, information kiosks, question-and-answer opportunities, displays of high-definition 3-D prints and models, and interactive activities with 3-D scanners.
“The Chattanooga Public Library’s mission is to be the community’s catalyst for lifelong learning. Events like Maker Day help us bring the tools and technology that will be at the center of jobs in the not-so-distant future into the public realm right now,” Chattanooga Public Library Executive Director Corinne Hill said in a prepared statement. “We look forward to introducing more programs and hands-on opportunities for everyone to explore this exciting technology at the library.”
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