Oh my gourdness, Halloween is almost here! Choosing costumes, decorating pumpkins, and getting special treats brings joy to many children at Halloween. However, this year families across the nation are haunted by the same dilemma: How can we safely keep the pandemic from overshadowing Halloween?
Trick-or-treating rules and regulations will vary by city and state. But there are so many safe and fun ways to celebrate Halloween outside of trick-or-treating!
Lowe’s Home Improvement stores will be holding drive-thru, curbside trick or treating at their stores on the 22nd and 29th. They’ll be giving out free candy and a small pumpkin. You can dress up in a costume, but Lowe’s says you don’t have to. There’s also Boo at the Zoo and the Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular. Or, take your chances at a haunted house at Waverly Hills, Danger Run East or Grim Trails.
Staying at home can have its fun perks too! You could arrange a “reverse trick-or-treating” with your neighborhood where kids stay home and dress up and neighbors do a parade and throw candy. Have the kids hunt for candy in the backyard using a flashlight, just like a traditional Easter egg hunt. Plus, here’s a list of 29 classic Halloween movies for a Movie Scare-O-Thon.
No matter how you choose to celebrate Halloween this year, be safe, have fun and please continue with the same practices you’re doing now. Wear a mask, stay 6ft apart and make sure the kids wash their hands properly before snacking on their treats.
Have an eek-tastic Halloween!
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