Spooky season is officially here! Nothing in 2020 has been the same Halloween isn’t canceled. We repeat, HALLOWEEN WILL NOT BE CANCELED. Instead of traditional trick-or-treating, we’ve gotta get creative with some new ways to celebrate safely with your friends and family.
WORLD WIDE SPIDER WEB: Go Virtual
Get dressed up and show off your creative costumes in virtual gatherings. Plan a Zoom party complete with all Halloween essentials, like costume contests, pumpkin carvings, and spooky decorations, to get you and your gang in the Halloween spirit with (virtually) no risk.
A HAUNTED HUNT: Find Ticks & Treats Indoors
Let’s be real, kids just want candy. Instead of trick-or-treating, organize an indoor scavenger hunt for your family. You could just hide candy throughout your home or take it a step further and leave clues with the candy to help them find the next piece. If the weather allows, you could even take it outdoors to your yard.
MAKE SPACE FOR SPOOKING: Stay Socially Distant
Good news: trick-or-treating is not a lost cause. If you aren’t ready to forego trick-or-treating altogether, opt for a socially-distant approach. According to the CDC, one-way trick-or-treating significantly lowers risk. Try lining up individually wrapped goodie bags at the end of the driveway or yard for kids to grab while minimizing face-to-face contact.
And most importantly, join us for our first ever Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch on October 17 and 18!
However you choose to celebrate, we hope you have a spook-tacular Halloween!