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A Winter Night Of Natural Wonders At Reflection Riding

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Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center

Nature at night is quite a sight by firelight and starlight.

This Saturday, starting at 5 PM, Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center here in Chattanooga will host “Follow the Fire”: a chance for all ages to explore, experience and enjoy the outdoors at night.

Mark McKnight is president and CEO of Reflection Riding.

Tish Gailmard is learning and engagement specialist there.

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