Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Halloween "Stuff to do" - A Great List from the Boston Globe
Well, it is if you are me. There are few things I enjoy more than spookifying my house, making costumes for the family, getting out to the Salem Halloween Parade and Salem Kids Day, researching designs for our pumpkins (yes, stay tuned for photos), and spending hours on Halloween craft projects with my 9 year old. And then there's Trick or Treating in my childhood neighborhood which is about the picture of what Halloween Night should look like with neighbors decorating their houses, and dads scaring the little people with horrible gory masks, lots of hot cider to be had and a demand for candy at my mother's neighborhood preschool (Hartz Street Nursery in Gloucester) that tops the charts. On average she passes out about 300 pieces!
To share the holiday spirit, I thought I'd share some favorite resources for maximizing the month. It only comes once a year, after all. Check out this full list of Halloween "Goings On" I snagged from the Boston Globe. And stay tuned for more craft ideas, costume ideas, baking ideas, and cool spooky whatnots.