The Witchery 3.0 Dinner is a Vegetarian Halloween/Samhain Feast

This upcoming Halloween Samhain event sounds cool and tasty: the Witchery 3.0 dinner is a casual evening featuring a wholesome five course vegetarian feast and guided communications with ancestral spirits. Organizers Chloe Elgar, Natalie Miles and Emily Davies are actually encouraging guests to leave their costumes at home to get in touch with their magical sides this holiday (a bonus for those of us who prefer not to stress over getting dressed up).

Blue Heron Creamery nut cheeses, Culver City Salads and GLOW Chocolate are all contributing to the night’s culinary creations, with Oddity Kombucha mixing non-alcoholic cocktails to sip on, including a special witchy concoction for the occasion. Early bird tickets are already sold out, but you can still snag a seat here.

Tue, Oct. 31st | 7-11pm | Heritage Hall (3102 Main St.) | Ticket: $166

 

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