Bring the whole undead family to Zombietoberfest in Audubon Park on Saturday

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Resist the temptation to do nothing but catch up on The Walking Dead in advance of the Season 6 premiere on Sunday. Or at least take a break between episodes to head over to the Audubon Park Garden District for its annual Zombietoberfest celebration. One of the bigger events that APGD throws each year, the festival draws a sizable crowd of living dead enthusiasts for a zombie walk, live music and a costume contest. This year, there will also be a competitive scavenger hunt that starts at 2 p.m. Gather a team and race through the businesses of the district to collect items and solve the mystery of how to cure the zombie outbreak. Regardless of who wins, though, the zombie outbreak is scheduled for 8 p.m., as zombie volunteers of all ages stumble through the streets in a big undead horde. Just leave the shotgun at home; no one thinks it’s funny.

2-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 | Audubon Park Garden District, East Winter Park Road and Corrine Drive | apgardens.com | free; $6-$10 to participate in the scavenger hunt


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