Category: Halloween

Oct 13

DIY Halloween Costume: Autumn Faun Part One

Are you looking for a Halloween costume that is unique, inexpensive, and eye-catching? Try being an “Autumn Faun” this year! With only 6 household items, you’ll be able to create a floral head piece worthy of extra candy. The great thing about this project: it takes about 20 minutes to make and is really affordable. Don’t …

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Oct 13

An Inside Look At Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!

Mickey Mouse has invited his favorite villains and YOU for a hauntingly good time at Magic Kingdom. Disney’s annual event, “Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party” is held during the whole month of October. It’s the one night everyone is allowed to dress up in costumes, trick-or-treat and meet with some face characters not traditionally …

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Aug 26

A History of How Halloween Came to America

Halloween has most definitely been “Americanized,” in the sense that it has become all about buying large amounts of candy and discounted decorations.  It is a mindless holiday that people ritualistically practice without even thinking about it.  It is rare to hear someone talk about the history of Halloween.  However, the history of Halloween and …

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Sep 04

Fifty Fun Halloween Facts

Halloween is held on October 31st which is the last day of the Celtic calendar. The Halloween custom has evolved from the ancient Celts belief that the border between this world and “the Other-world” becomes thin on All-Hallows-Eve. People wore costumes to disguise themselves and avoid harm. The day after Halloween is called All Saints …

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Aug 04

Treats without Tricks: Safety and Nutrition Tips for Halloween

(BPT) – Halloween night is swiftly approaching and parents want children to stay safe while having fun. It’s easy to take the tricks out of trick-or-treating with simple Halloween safety and nutrition tips. As you prepare to send off your little ghouls and goblins for a night of fun, keep in mind these tips from …

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Aug 25

Go Green for Halloween

Halloween is the season of dress-up, make-believe and fun. Great preparation goes into buying costumes that transform young children, teens, college students and even adults into an array of characters including ghosts, goblins, witches, devils, superheroes and storybook characters. It’s a time when it’s okay to be something or someone other than yourself for a …

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