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Halloween Traditions for your Family

These fun Halloween traditions will get your family in the spooky spirit faster than you can say boo!

  • Decorate your Yard/House for Halloween. Dollar Tree has plenty of cheap decor.
  • Pick out Matching Costumes as a Family
  • Plan a Fall Vacation to Watch Leaves Change
  • Organize a Halloween Parade/ Block Party
  • Have a Halloween Movie Night Outside - watch the classics. Hotel Translvania, Hocus Pocus, The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown & Ghostbusters should get you started!
  • “Boo” your Neighbors with a Special Treat Bag
  • Visit a Pumpkin Patch or Farm
  • Carve Pumpkins Together
  • Tye Dye Halloween Shirts to Wear
  • Host Crazy Hair/Sock Satudays
  • Put together Halloween Care packs (fill with Tuna packs/water/cookies). Give out to shelters/those in need
  • Decorate Halloween Cupcakes

October should be a celebration of all things spooky-sweet with frightfully fun traditions that last all month long.


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Early detection means more treatment options and a greater chance of survival. Don't forget to schedule your mammogram today. It's never too late to start weekly self- exams.


  • Dyslexia Awareness Month
  • October 1: World Smile Day
  • October 1: Camera Fees Due
  • October 6: Nat'l Walk to School Day
  • October 8: Nat'l Hero Day
  • October 11: Closed for Columbus Day
  • October 19: Picture Day
  • October 25 - 29: Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Out Week
  • October 29: Fall Party
  • October 31: Happy Halloween


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