Just because you’ll need to put some more thought into this year’s spooky celebrations, doesn’t mean they need to be any less fun. Here are a few of our favorite (safe) ideas for Halloween 2020.

Host a Zoom Halloween Party:  If you can’t physically attend a Halloween party this year, don’t forgo celebrating. Get a group of friends together and plan a time for you all to dress up, catch up, and enjoy. Costumes mandatory!

Watch a Spooky Movie:  There’s certainly no shortage of Halloween movies. From family friendly classics (Hocus Pocus, Casper) to horror flicks (Halloween, Silence of the Lambs), there’s something for everyone. Swap your popcorn for Candy Corn and let the movie marathon begin.

Have Some Spooky Family Fun in the Kitchen:  Who says Halloween is all about the candy? This is the perfect time to get creative with cooking and baking. 

Craft a Halloween Playlist:  There are more Halloween-themed tunes than you’d expect. There’s the age-old classic “The Monster Mash,” along with more modern interpretations like “Heads Will Roll” and “She Wolf.” So, build a playlist curated to your tastes and let the Halloween home dance party begin