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Party at Point Park

Thursday, September 3

5:30 to 8:30 pm

 

Enjoy a great buffet dinner, silent auction, and music by The Power Players at the base of the New York Peace Monument.  Take a stroll through the park to enjoy the magnificent views and take a picture at Chattanooga's first tourist destination -                                                                   Umbrella Rock. 

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June 1, 2015 - National Park Night with the Lookouts at AT & T Field

 

General Admission Tickets: $5.00

 

What do you get when you combine America’s favorite past time – baseball – and America’s best idea – National Parks?  You get - National Park Night with the Lookouts.  Join the Friends of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and the National Park Service in celebrating Chattanooga’s National Park.  The 7th annual National Park Night with the Lookouts is Monday, June 1.  

"Days of Blue & Gray" CD

A professionally recorded CD directed by Phillip Rice of the Chattanooga Choral Arts Society. This CD will leave you breathless with the production quality and beautifully well orchastrated music.

 

Dixie - (Emmett/Arr. Luboff)

He's Gone Away - (Shaw/Parker)

Goober Peas - (Arr. Moore)

Shenandoah - (Arr. James Erb)

Beautiful Dreamer - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Steal Away - (Arr. R. Carter)

Sourwood Mountain - (Arr. Rutter)

Gentle Annie - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Black Sheep - (Arr. Rutter)

Aura Lee - (Arr. Palmer)

Oh! Susanna - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

My Old Kentucky Home - (Foster/Arr. Wagner)

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming - (Foster)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - (Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Battle Hymn of the Republic - (Arr. Wilhousky)

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"Days of Blue & Gray" CD

$10.00

A professionally recorded CD directed by Phillip Rice of the Chattanooga Choral Arts Society. This CD will leave you breathless with the production quality and beautifully well orchastrated music.

 

Dixie - (Emmett/Arr. Luboff)

He's Gone Away - (Shaw/Parker)

Goober Peas - (Arr. Moore)

Shenandoah - (Arr. James Erb)

Beautiful Dreamer - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Steal Away - (Arr. R. Carter)

Sourwood Mountain - (Arr. Rutter)

Gentle Annie - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Black Sheep - (Arr. Rutter)

Aura Lee - (Arr. Palmer)

Oh! Susanna - (Foster/Arr. Shaw/Parker)

My Old Kentucky Home - (Foster/Arr. Wagner)

Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming - (Foster)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - (Arr. Shaw/Parker)

Battle Hymn of the Republic - (Arr. Wilhousky)


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'Signed With Their Honor' Book

Photo essay produced by the Friends, featuring beautiful color and black-and-white photos by award-winning photographer Robin Rudd.

64 Pages, softbound.

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'Signed With Their Honor' Book

$6.00

Photo essay produced by the Friends, featuring beautiful color and black-and-white photos by award-winning photographer Robin Rudd.

64 Pages, softbound.


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Note Cards & Envelopes

Packet of 8 fold-over cards on fine, white stock. 4" x 5.5" Front is detail from  James Walker painting, "The Battle of Lookout Mountain."

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Note Cards & Envelopes

$7.50

Packet of 8 fold-over cards on fine, white stock. 4" x 5.5" Front is detail from  James Walker painting, "The Battle of Lookout Mountain."


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Battle of LookoutMountain Panorama

Reproduction of painting by James Walker (1819-1889). Print is 6" x 13."  Original is oil on canvas, 13 x 30 feet, and is on permanent display at the Lookout Mountain Battlefield Visitor Center, Lookout Mountain, TN. Commissioned by General Joseph Hooker in 1864 for $20,000, it took 10 years to paint.
Suitable for framing.

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Battle of LookoutMountain Panorama

$8.00

Reproduction of painting by James Walker (1819-1889). Print is 6" x 13."  Original is oil on canvas, 13 x 30 feet, and is on permanent display at the Lookout Mountain Battlefield Visitor Center, Lookout Mountain, TN. Commissioned by General Joseph Hooker in 1864 for $20,000, it took 10 years to paint.
Suitable for framing.


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Friends of the Park

P.O. Box 748

Chattanooga, TN 37401

Phone 423.648.5623
FAX 423.648.5624

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