By Dana Casadei
Meridian Times staff writer
MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP — On a perfect fall evening, with the temperature just right, a group gathers, with their dogs and friends, to take part in the Harris Nature Center’s Howl at the Moon event, which takes place once a month. “It’s a special event because the Harris Nature Center rarely does night events,” said Rebekah Faivor, Assistant Naturalist, who led the walk. The event took place on Friday, Oct. 14, which started around 7:30 p.m. and lasted about an hour. The walk began at the Harris Nature Center parking lot and is usually a full loop, ending at East Gate Park, but due to flooding issues on the trail this group didn’t complete the full loop, with everyone turning around half way.