October 28, 2020

Halloween's Not Dead: Keep it Safe & Spooky

Halloween's Not Dead: Keep it Safe & Spooky

Halloween will look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be dazzling! While health experts discourage traditional Halloween activities like trick-or-treating and excursions to haunted houses, you can still manifest your own celebrations in the comfort of your home.

Make Fang-tastic Treats
The best Halloween decorations are ones you can eat! We’ve curated a list of sweet, savory and spooky recipes so you can make this holiday the most delicious one yet.

Carve Pumpkins Outside
What is Halloween without pumpkin carving? This activity is the perfect way to get together, social distance and celebrate the holiday. You can gather the neighborhood kiddos outside and set up carving stations six feet apart. If it’s too cold, try a virtual carving party on Zoom!

Host a Binge-Worthy Spook-a-thon
I don’t know about you, but I finished watching all the shows and movies on my bucket list months ago. Luckily, every streaming service offers a wide selection of Halloween classics. For a movie night with the family, we recommend:

  • It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (Apple TV)
  • Hotel Transylvania (Amazon)
  • Hocus Pocus (Disney+)
  • The Nightmare Before Christmas (Disney+)
  • The Addams Family (Netflix)
  • Beetlejuice (Peacock)
  • Dracula (Hulu)

Have a Killer Dance Party
Do the Monster Mash in your living room! Try making your own Halloween playlist or check out these Spotify selections:

This year, costumes and movie classics should be the only things that make Halloween scary. Stay safe and have a devilishly fun time!

Photo by Drew Hays (Instagram - @drew_hays)

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