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Originally published October 16, 2021. Updated on October 1, 2023.
Halloween is right around the corner. What are you doing this year — a gathering, trick-or-treating, or just a quiet night at home? Here are some of my previous posts to help you plan your Halloween celebration — whatever they might be.
Remember to be safe, no matter what you do.
Having a Party
Many people are planning normal Halloween celebrations — safely of course. These posts provide some ideas and recipes for food for Halloween parties.
- 5 Themes for Your Adult Halloween Party
- Last-Minute Party Foods
- Freaky Food & Creepy Concoction Halloween Recipes
Even before COVID, many parents had been looking for different ways to celebrate Halloween with their kids. This led to the rise of events like Trunk or Treating and other similar activities. If your kids are going trick-or-treating, being safe is still the most important thing!
- Trunk or Treat: A Halloween Tradition for Today’s Families
- 4 Trick-or-Treating Alternatives
- Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating
- Digging the Dirt Cake
- Halloween Games for Kids
Staying at Home
Staying at home is still an option. Here are some menu options and suggestions for Halloween fun at home.
- Kid-Friendly Halloween Meal Ideas
- Suggestions for Halloween Dinner
- Tips for Halloween Night 2020 : While this is an old post, the activities are still fun!
Whatever your Halloween Celebration is, be safe!
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*This post is just about Halloween Celebrations. I am not suggesting that you and your family go trick-or-treating or have any parties. Following the safety rules of the CDC or of your local jurisdiction is the most important.