Halloween

October 31st will soon be upon us.  Find all types of Halloween fun this fall.

Countdown to Halloween 2021:

 

 
 

Here’s hoping that Halloween 2021 is more like the Halloween we all know and love. While the care and dedication displayed by event organizers and households across the country was amazing to witness (and be apart of, with our social distanced trick-or-treaters picking up treats left on a table near our sidewalk), we know you’re looking for a return to normal events like parades, parties, trunk or treats, and more! We’ll be checking for Halloween 2021 events beginning late August 2021, so check back then!

Halloween 2020 Events have been updated! Many have been canceled or were not updated for this year. Please double-check the event organizer’s websites before heading over to any events in case of any changes or cancellations.

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Halloween Fun
Halloween Fun

History
There’s a long and murky history behind the day that evolved from Samhain and some religious holidays.  As well as some of the traditions such as trick or treating.

Pumpkins
Check out our section on pumpkins and pumpkin recipes.

Candy
Find out all you wanted to know about candy corn, classic candy, checking candy for safety concerns and what to do with it when you’ve got too much.

It’s a Party!
Everyone associates Halloween with going to trick or treat.  But now it has also become one of the biggest parties for adults of the year.  And we’re not just talking bobbing for apples.  There are plenty of other Halloween party games to play. Great Halloween music is available.  And you’ll definitely enjoy these Halloween recipes.

We’ve also found Halloween parties, parades and other events in thirty cities around the United States. See the complete list above!

Whether you engage in some Halloween travel to a huge party or throw your own, there is no excuse for not dressing up!  There are plenty of costumes to choose from here at Funtober.

We’ve even got photo tips to help you capture the evening and a book to help you with a ghost tale.

Trick or Treating:

Alabama
Arkansas
Arizona
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
New Hampshire
New Jersey
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Virginia
West Virginia
Wisconsin