Halloween may look a little different this year, but there are still lots of ways to celebrate! Outdoor gatherings are the perfect place to hand out spooky treats to the kiddos, so deck out your ride and get ready for some trunk-or-treating.
Guys, this is not a drill. As of right now, Halloween is less than two months away and that means that it's socially acceptable to start decorating. If you have no desire to be the all-out “creepy neighbor” there’s plenty of small, tasteful outdoor additions you can make right now to let your spooky spirit shine.
Trick or Treating can be a fun night full of family memories, or it can be pure chaos worse than any Stephen King movie could ever capture.
Especially when you throw bad weather into the mix. According to The ABC 7, Radar snow is on the forecast for Wednesday the 30th. This could make for a pretty soggy Halloween.
We talked to local parents from around the area and asked them their best tips and tricks to make Trick Or Treating go as smooth as possible.
I will be the first to admit there are a few Christmas Movies I watch every year. I can't go a Christmas without "It's a Wonderful Life", "Frosty the Snowman" even try to watch "Bad Santa" just because.