In addition to kites, visitors will enjoy music, activities, a costume parade, local food trucks and a beer tent. Public figures will be battling it out from above with Rokkaku fighting kites.
Some kites will be massive, spanning 20 feet and so large they must be anchored to the ground. Kids will be able to race parachute-like kites (bols) in what fliers call Running with the Bols. Visitors also will be able to make or purchase their own kites.
For further information, please contact at email@example.com or (423)266-7288 or go to sculpturefields.org.
Sculpture Fields is helping transform Chattanooga’s Southside and is making a noticeable difference in the entire community. The international sculpture park includes nearly 50 monumental-scale sculptures, almost two nmiles of walking paths and 100 trees in its Commemorative Forest. The park also hosts school tours and weekend events such as artist demonstrations, yoga, kite flying demonstrations, music and dance performances.