Have a Spooktacular Halloween!

Halloween may look a little different this year, but we can still have some spooky fun! Here are our ideas for a safe and scary Halloween for all ages!

Scary Movie Night

Movies like The Addams Family, Beetlejuice, and Hocus Pocus are always fun and spooky classics. For parents and older kids looking for something a little scarier, try The Haunting of Hill House or Crimson Peak.

Spooky Decor

Carving pumpkins can be fun but messy! Why not try painting your pumpkins metallic silver and gold for a more modern accent? PopSugar has some tips here.

Looking for easy door decor? Keep on eye on the neighbors with googly eyes! All you need are some white Styrofoam balls and black felt for pupils. Get the details here from Country Living.


Talk to your neighbors about holding a Trick or Treat Parade! All the kids dress up and show off their costumes with a parent on their front lawns for adults to drive or walk by throwing candy!

Plan a Ghost Hunt! Wrap a few pieces of candy in white tissue paper and tie with a bow for a DIY ghost. Then hide them around your house and yard for a sweet and spooky scavenger hunt! Thanks to Ashlee Nicholas, a mom and special education teacher for this clever idea.

If you do opt for in-person Trick or Treating this year, make sure to wear masks and remember to wash your hands. Read a full safety guide from public health experts here curtesy of Eater.


Looking for something better than leftover candy to snack on? 

Try this autumnal Pumpkin Pie Dip recipe from Delish. Best served with ginger bread cookies!

Or Try these BOO! Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars from Half Baked Harvest for the cutest Halloween ghosts with no added sugar!

We hope you have the spookiest Halloween this year! Share your Halloween photos with #ValleeHalloween to be featured on our Facebook or Instagram!

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