When: Tue., Oct. 11 2011
While Lake View Cemetery may be home to some of Cleveland's most famous corpses, tonight's moonlight walk spotlights another type of resident: the furry, four-legged kind. As one of the largest expanses of greenery in a vast urban area, the 285-acre cemetery naturally plays host to hundreds of species of critters — including the deer and red fox that are the focus of this evening's program. Aided by both the light of the full moon and the informative prowess of a naturalist guide, tonight's attendees will search for signs of the animals' presence, while learning all about their habitat. The walk happens from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Cost is $7, and phone reservations are required. Participants are asked to enter the cemetery through the Cleveland Heights entrance at Mayfield and Kenilworth Roads; the walk steps off from the Community Mausoleum just inside the gates. — Boggs Mayfield and Kenilworth Rds., Cleveland Hts., 216-421-2687, lakeviewcemetery.com.