Our community and our nation are speaking out, pleading to be heard. Pleading for change. Pleading for something that should be a given. Pleading for racial equality, human dignity and justice. The events of this past week affect every single one of us and each of us must be part of the force for change. Chattanooga Tourism Co. is committed to help foster a culture of open mindedness, change, compassion, racial equality and human justice for all in our community in order to make our home better than it is today.
Went to lots of movies there. Very nice atmosphere!
I live in Louisville Ky since 1960 and I remember my mom and I would ride the bus down town and dress up and go to the movies at the Tivoli. I remember how ornate it was. I hope the Tivoli never goes away.
I miss going to the Tivoli. We’ve never seen a bad show there.
I wanted to provide a quick update on the operations of Wild Laurel in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As you all may know Governor Lee will not be extending the stay-at-home order, but he has put in place the “Tennessee Pledge”. This pledge lays out new guidelines that will allow businesses to slowly return to normal. For restaurants and bars, though, this pledge still creates some obstacles.
With a date still to be determined, the Wild Laurel Tavern will not be re-opening any time this week. For consumer protection, the Tennessee Pledge still requires all bar areas to remain closed, and is not allowing live music. The pledge also wants businesses to take customer’s temperatures in order to be permitted onto the premises -- Wild Laurel is not equipped to screen customers in this regard -- therefore, we are waiting until these guidelines have expired to re-open the Tavern. We are hopeful to have everything back to normal by Memorial Day, however we understand this is a fluid situation that changes daily.
As for the fitness center, we will be permitted to open the fitness center this Friday, May 1st. In doing so we will be providing sanitizer for members to clean their machines after each use. We ask that if you are feeling unwell to please refrain from utilizing the facility.
Golf operations will continue as they have been – inverted cups, sanitized golf carts, no bunker rakes, no water coolers, etc. We will slowly return to normal over the next couple of weeks when we see that the severity and spread of COVID-19 has decreased.
As always, I am wishing you and your family good health during this time, and look forward to seeing you all again soon. We sincerely appreciate your support.
It’s allergy season, and sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between coronavirus symptoms and allergies. Dr. Marc Cromie and Dr. Todd Levin with the Chattanooga Allergy Clinic will walk us through the symptoms of both and help you determine if you need a COVID-19 test or an allergy test. ... See MoreSee Less