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At Sculpture Fields, The Burning Time Of The Year Is Here

The wooden sculpture for this year’s “Fire Up the Fields.”
Sculpture Fields at Montague Park
The wooden sculpture for this year’s “Fire Up the Fields.”

Visit Sculpture Fields at Montague Park in Chattanooga - and you’ll see a 40-foot tall structure made of wood.

Designed and constructed by a local artist, it is the centerpiece of this weekend’s “Fire Up the Fields Sculpture Burn” - a free event for the community on Saturday, starting at 5 PM.

Come sundown that evening, the sculpture will be set ablaze.

Matt Carrington and Jim Jagels are board members at Sculpture Fields.

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