Updated: Nov 6, 2020
With regulations in place to keep everyone safe, many trick-or treating events have been canceled this year.
But that doesn’t mean that we still can’t have lots of masked
fun and enjoy all of the sweet treats!
Here are some great ideas of how to make this
Halloween extra special:
Halloween Card Exchange
Get crafty this spooky season and send greetings in the mail to your favorite ghouls and goblins! Get your neighborhood, friends, and family involved and see how many cards you can collect!
Stuff a piñata full of your favorite treats and let the whole family take a whack! This is a perfect way to enjoy the evening and collect treats!
Create A Candy Scavenger Hunt
Make a list of creepy clues to lead the monsters and magicians to the candy treasures hidden around the house and outside!
Scary Movies or Ghost Stories
Get out the candy, popcorn, and blankets and find your favorite Halloween classics on Netflix. Or sit around a firepit in the backyard and share scary stories while toasting marshmallows!
Set Up A Haunted House
If you’re feeling extra creative this year, create a spooky haunted house right in your living room or backyard! Everyone gets dressed up and walks through for a spooky surprise!
John L. Scott Online Costume Contest
Join the community and enter your costume into an online contest for charity! Free to enter and for every entry we will donate to a local charity! PRIZES FOR WINNERS!
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