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WTCI-PBS TO HOST INAUGURAL BIG BIRDIE OPEN GOLF TOURNAMENT AT BLACK CREEK

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WTCI, the Tennessee Valley’s PBS station, will host the inaugural Big Birdie Golf Tournament at Black Creek Club on Monday, May 14th. Guests will enjoy one of the premier golf courses in the region and compete to win exciting prizes at this tournament to benefit WTCI, Channel 45. Sponsored by Susong Dermatology, First Volunteer Bank, J.D. Frost & Company PLLC, Kirk Machine, Embark Project Services, TPC (Textile Printing Company), Southern Star, Core Fit Pros and the Hamico Foundation, this event will combine the best of PBS and golf in a fun day. read more...

WTCI-PBS ANNOUNCES 2018 MASTERPIECE EXPERIENCE WINE DINNER AT THE WESTIN HOTEL

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WTCI, the Tennessee Valley’s PBS station, invites members and supporters to share in an unforgettable *Masterpiece Experience* wine dinner at the Westin Hotel on Tuesday, March 20.  The gourmet Westin chefs have created a unique 5-course meal for WTCI guests in Chattanooga’s newest downtown venue. These unique dishes are specially designed for the evening and are paired with wines to complement each delicious course. read more...

WTCI TO HOST SCREENING OF “LORRAINE HANSBERRY: SIGHTED EYES/FEELING HEART” FEBRUARY 15 AT PALACE THEATER

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WTCI will host a free screening of the new documentary, *American Masters - Lorraine Hansberry: Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart* at the Palace Theater on February 15th. When Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun opened on Broadway it changed the face of American theater forever and she, as the first-ever black woman to author a play performed on such a coveted stage, did not shy away from unprecedented subject matter. This documentary portrays the story of her lifetime commitment to fighting injustice and how she found her way to the theater as her medium for activism at a crucial time for black civil rights. This free screening will begin at 6 PM and tickets can be reserved online at www.wtciTV.org/palace[http://www.wtcitv.org/palace]. read more...

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