Don’t forget about Halloween just yet!


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Don’t lose the SPIRIT of Halloween just yet! There are plenty of ways to celebrate this holiday.

As we continue to grow older, some of us lose interest in our traditional Halloween events we did when we were younger, but now that we’re older, we have even more opportunities to do new things for Halloween!

First and the most obvious is dressing up! If you don’t know what to dress up as, you can always choose characters from your favorite show or video game character, or even a real person. Have you considered dressing up as food? You’d make a great taco!

If you’re going to dress up, you can start by making your own costume!

If you’d like to spend Halloween with your friends this year, you could go to Six Flags Frightfest.

If you want to stay safe from COVID-19, however, you could opt to take your decorating skills to the next level and decorating your house, or maybe even just your room!

If you’re more of a home by yourself” kind of person, just have a Halloween movie marathon!

Not too fond of spooky movies? You can always settle for the less scary movies like Coraline,but if you’re into it, you could watch any of The Conjuring movies!

A simpler thing you can do for Halloween, if you’re obsessed with Tik Tok, is make and film a Halloween dance, or learn one that somebody else already made.

If you’re more interested in baking or even learning to bake, you could bake some “spooky” treats.

If your family wants to do something together that isn’t trick-or-treating, check out ABC Tree Farms Pumpkin Patch in American Canyon!

Want to do something more thrilling? You could always pull some (harmless) pranks on friends and family! (Check out our ideas here:

Finally, the most obvious thing you could do on Halloween is trick-or-treating. You’re really not too old after all.