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Five ways to have a fun Halloween indoors

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.

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Watch a scary movie marathon

Depending on the age range at your house, maybe line-up some horror movies on Netflix or choose some family friendly flicks on Disney+. Have those snacks ready and curl up on the couch.

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.

Carve pumpkins

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!

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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!

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