Do you enjoy canoeing or kayaking on the Tennessee River? Share all of your river experiences and ideas for enhanced river access using the interactive survey, called RiverGauge, designed to support ongoing development of the @TennesseeRiverLine vision!Read More
Conference organizations plan to use the opportunity of Chattanooga as host of the international event to share with our visitors the work being done by local community leaders, stakeholders, artists, and designers through open workshops throughout the City and Chattanooga Region.Read More
Talented artist Esther Hart live-illustrated these colorful murals as our Thriving Communities teams from Bridgeport, Dayton, and LaFayette journeyed through their Strategy to Reality session, evolving their “distinctive plays” (strategies based on what sets them apart) for future pop-up events and strategy implementation.Read More
Georgia Tourism, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), announced that it has awarded more than $64,000 in tourism product development grants to 14 new and expanding projects across the state, including one in the Thriving Community of Fort Oglethorpe!Read More
According to an analysis published by the Economic Policy Institute, the arts, entertainment, and recreation industry is the second highest in job creation for every $1,000,000 invested. The ripple effect shows how even the intangible enjoyment of arts and culture bolsters the balance of our economy.Read More
Thrive Regional Partnership has accepted Bridgeport, Alabama, Dayton, Tennessee, and LaFayette, Georgia into the third round of the Thriving Communities creative placemaking program.
100% of participants in Thriving Communities community accelerator program receive $20K in seed funding from the Lyndhurst Foundation! The will now implement catalytic community projects, that they developed during the program. The creative placemaking program is designed to create asset-based community vibrancy and growth by leveraging arts and cultural assets.