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Community & Fundraising Events

WTCI hosts and participates in community events throughout the year as part of our mission. We welcome everyone to our community events and encourage everyone's participation. We also hosts special events throughout the year to raise funds to help support our mission of enriching lives through quality programs and services that educate, engage, and inspire a lifetime of learning and exploration. 

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February through July

Join us for our series of family & community workshops at Carver Community Center and East Chattanooga Community Center featuring shared meals, hands-on learning, books & games, and take-home activities! CLICK THIS LINK to register today.

Our Ready To Learn Initiative is focused on connecting children’s media and learning environments to build key skills for success in school and life, including functional literacy, critical thinking, and collaboration, as well as showing them career options in age-appropriate ways. The program is part of the CPB-PBS Ready To Learn Initiative, funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Free Screening July 23rd

Join WTCI PBS for a free screening of the award-winning documentary, “How to Sue the Klan”, July 23rd at 6pm in the WTCI Studio.  Made by a local team of Chattanooga filmmakers, the film tells the story of five Black women from Chattanooga who used legal ingenuity to take on the Ku Klux Klan, setting a legal precedent that inspires the ongoing fight against organized hate. The screening will be followed by a Q&A.

CLICK THIS LINK to reserve your seat today.