Halloween is a fun and spooky holiday celebrated in October. A Halloween-themed gift basket might include everything from candies, chocolates, costume accessories, pumpkin-carving tools, and even a spooky movie.
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How to Celebrating Halloween on a Shoestring
Holidays are all about fun, sharing time with family and friends, and creating memories for the future. Holidays may also be a time of added expense to an already tight budget. Having limited resources for entertaining and sharing doesn't have to mean you miss out on the fun of Halloween. With some imagination, your Halloween experience can turn into an annual tradition.
. Invite several couples to your home for a Halloween "costume" party. Each couple can bring a food or beverage item to share. Instruct each couple to come to the party impersonating some great figure in history. There are no actual costumes allowed. Each couple must act out the role of the person or persons they are impersonating without costumes or props of any kind. The other couples must guess the identity of the character being portrayed. Nominal prizes can be awarded for the best impersonation and to the couple most successful in guessing.
. Take your Halloween show on the road. Enlist the help of a few friends. Cover your face with a simple, inexpensive mask or floppy hat and head to the local children's hospital or senior citizen's facility. Pass out treats and spend some time chatting with the residents. Spending time with folks who can't enjoy the holidays without restrictions is heartwarming and enriching.
. Halloween is an excellent excuse to organize a cookie exchange with friends or co-workers. Have a dozen or so friends whip up a batch of their favorite cookie recipes, making enough to share with everyone. Get together over coffee and cookies to share your bounty. Each baker gets a dozen cookies from each of the other bakers while exchanging a dozen of their own in return. Freeze your cookies for a head start on the rapidly approaching holiday season. You'll enjoy the Halloween event as a precursor to the even bigger holiday events to come.
. When it comes to children's Halloween events, remember that you don't have to spend extravagant amounts of money to make kids happy. Gather a group of your favorite kids and a parent and have an afternoon party. Let the children make Halloween masks from construction paper, crayons, or paints. A few games and a fashion show with the newly designed masks will offer all the entertainment needed. Provide healthy snacks and special holiday treats. This might coincide nicely with the cookie exchange group for parents with young children.
Halloween is a holiday celebrated in many different ways depending on where you live and community accessibility. And it's not just a holiday for children. There's no need to be limited to the standard traditions of buying expensive costumes, going door to door in search of candy, or passing out treats to everyone who knocks on your door. With a bit of imagination, this Halloween holiday can be fun and memorable for everyone, regardless of age.