by Cherie Ward, Our Mississippi Home
Have you and your family decided not to go trick-or-treating for Halloween this year?
Well, that doesn’t mean Halloween has to be canceled, and maybe, just maybe, it is an opportunity to make it more creative and memorable than just going to your neighbors’ houses and asking for candy.
With alternate Halloween activities such as organizing a neighborhood block party or a trunk-or-treat event, you can make this year special with these great entertainment ideas that are sure to please kids and adults alike.
Halloween Block Party
Organizing a neighborhood block party can be fun and easy. You and your neighbors can set up party booths in driveways and front yards and walk to each Halloween-themed activity. There can be scavenger hunts, fortune tellers, bingo and other games, reading…
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