Hitting the streets to trick-or-treat this year is not in the COVID-cards, but there are many ways to get your spook on all month long!
Make Halloween snacks
Witch guacamole, mummy hot dogs, or black cat cookies, here’s a list of 40 easy, festive appetizers you can make to share with your household — or nosh on your own.
Watch a scary movie marathon
Have a Halloween dance party
Thriller, Ghostbusters, I Put a Spell on You — songs of the spooky season are plenty. Hit play on this playlist and do the monster mash.
Tell ghost stories
You’re never too old to build a blanket fort, turn out the lights, climb in with a flashlight to light your face from the chin up and spin a creepy tale! If you live a lone, FaceTime those ghost stories and give your friends a scary thrill.
Carving pumpkins is the classic Halloween activity. Keep it simple with triangle eyes and a toothy grin, or level up to something more complicated. Save the seeds to roast and snack on later!
It’s been hard to change how we celebrate various holidays this year, but Halloween can still be a blast indoors, on your own, and at a safe distance. Happy Halloween!