Since it seems like trick-or-treating will look a bit different this year, it’s time to start thinking about other ways to celebrate Halloween. If you’re stumped on ideas, never fear — we’ve put together some fun, family-friendly ways you can enjoy the spookiest time of the year while still social distancing.
Through a spooky dinner party
Get into the ghoulish nature of the season while enjoying delicious food. Have your kids dress up in their costumes and put together a feast for dinner. Consider holiday-themed treats like deviled eggs eyeballs, mummy dogs, and more. Check out Pinterest for some fun Halloween food ideas.
Create a haunted fort
Blanket forts are fun, no matter the season, but you can really add a creepy-crawly element to celebrate Halloween this year. Create the fort and decorate it with cobwebs, LED candles, and other scary features. Then, spend the night telling ghost stories, watching Halloween movies, and eating your fill of sweets.
Go on a Halloween scavenger hunt
You can do this activity both indoors or out. Go around your neighborhood and look for some seasonal items, whether it’s pumpkins, black cats, ghosts, or something even spookier. There are tons of ready-made templates available online, so have a look before you head out.
Fall is upon us, which means it’s time to prepare for the spookiest holiday of the year – Halloween. These are some fun Halloween events in Kansas City you should add to your calendar this year.
From October 18th to 19th and October 25th to 26th, you can bring your family to George Owen’s Nature Park to enjoy the Enchanted Forest. This non-scary, stroller-friendly walk is ideal for families of all ages, allowing you to dress up, walk along a paved trail through the magical forest, and enjoy skits. It costs $3 per person ages two and above, so get your favorite costume on and head out for an enchanting experience.
Boos, Barks & Badges Halloween Parade
The only thing better than seeing a dog is seeing a dog dressed up in a Halloween costume. By heading out to Boos, Barks & Badges, you and your family – including the furry, four-legged members – can get into the Halloween spirit while enjoying a cuteness overload. This event, which takes place in downtown Lee’s Summit from 10 am to noon on October 26th, is free to attend. You can even enter your dog in the Halloween costume competition, and your kids can trick-or-treat at participating downtown businesses.
All of us at Honda of Tiffany Springs want to wish you a fun, safe season of regional festivities. If your car is due for any routine maintenance, make sure to stop by our service department before you hit the road for a fun fall event.