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In the Heat of the Night

The Metroparks stay open late for a summertime shindig.

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At tonight’s Nature at Night event at North Chagrin Reservation, you’ll get to do a bunch of things at the Cleveland Metroparks you won’t get a chance to during daylight hours. There’s a campfire (complete with songs, stories, and marshmallows), telescopes, and programs that shine flashlights on nocturnal critters. Also, experts will lead visitors on night hikes, help kids make crafts, and show off their collection of creepy bugs that come out after sundown. Plus, local band Unknown Reason plays Beatles and Tom Petty cover tunes under the stars.

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