5 Halloween-Themed Celebrations Going on Today in Cleveland

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Frightfully Delicious

If fright fests aren't your thing, try something a little different this Halloween. Join the fine folks at Bistro 185 for a special five-course vintage wine dinner. Menu items include festive favorites like house-made pumpkin and mascarpone ravoli, pan-seared scallops with caramel-orange sauce, bacon-and-pear Brussel Sprouts and apple-pear marzipan tarts with brown-sugar whipped cream. The meal is accompanied by a flight of red and white wines, expertly paired with each dish to really make your taste buds pop. The cost is $75 per person, plus tax and tip. Reservations are required. Call 216-481-9635 for more information.

Zombie Apocalypse

This Halloween, experience one of the most epic zombie takeovers ever. The folks at Punderson Manor Lodge and Conference Center are hosting a glow-in-the-dark paintball zombie massacre on their sprawling Newbury disc-golf course. Each participant will be armed with a high powered paintball gun and must run, jump, and roll their way through the thrilling 6,200-yard course without being eliminated by real-life zombie chasers. Participation costs $159 and includes a one-night stay at the Punderson Manor, plus all of your paintball gear. Space is limited, so if you want to partake in this year's zombie festivities do make sure you call 440-564-9144 in advance.

Halloween Photo Safari

Today is the final day to participate in the 2013 Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Photo Safari contest. Spend Halloween day taking photos of frightfully scary animals — or merely your favorite zoo creatures — and you could win a whole slew of fabulous prizes, including family zoo memberships, Metroparks golf passes and behind-the-scenes zoo tours. Photos will be judged in six categories: birds; mammals; plants and insects; reptiles, amphibians and fish; family and friends; and dinosaurs. You can submit your photos online at clemetzoo.com and check out the other competing submissions. The contest is open to all amateur photographers, and the only cost is zoo admission.

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Alaina Nutile

Alaina Nutile is the Web Editor who oversees all digital content and social media initiatives for Cleveland Scene Magazine and Detroit Metro Times. Before joining the staff in June 2013, she interned at Business Insider in New York City, and at La Hora in Quito, Ecuador. Alaina is a graduate of Kalamazoo College...
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