Halloween may be a little different this year. Kids may not be going trick-or-treating, and Halloween parties may be cancelled. HOWEVER, that does not mean that we can’t still have lots of fun this Halloween. We have come up with some hauntingly good ideas on “How to Halloween During a Pandemic.” We hope you have a spook-tacular time!
Host a Virtual Pumpkin Carving Party:
We may not be able to attend an in-person Halloween party this year, but we can definitely have a virtual party that is just as much fun! Put on your costume, grab a pumpkin, some carving tools and hop on a virtual call with your friends & family. You can even have a contest and vote to see who carved the best pumpkin!
Have a Halloween Movie Marathon:
Get your popcorn and blankets ready! A Halloween movie marathon is the perfect way to spend the evening at home. Here are a list of our 10 favorite family friendly Halloween movies:
- Hocus Pocus
- The Addams Family
- The Corpse Bride
- The Nightmare Before Christmas
- Hotel Transylvania
Visit an Illuminated Pumpkin Display:
The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze has been one of the top Halloween attractions in the Westchester county for years. This year, it has come to Long Island! Get your tickets HERE to view thousands of hand carved, illuminated pumpkins at Old Bethpage Village Restoration.
Plan a Spook-tacular Family Dinner:
Cooking a meal is the perfect way to get the whole family together. What better way to spend Halloween indoors this year than with a simple and spooky Halloween themed menu!
All recipes on this post were found via foodgawker.com
What better accompaniment to your Halloween dinner than a spine-chilling playlist to play in the background! Check out this playlist we’ve curated just for spooky season! You can play directly from this post below, or by searching Center Stage Music Center on Spotify.
Whatever you decide to do this year, we want to wish everyone a safe and Happy Halloween!