Halloween is a time of year when we can step out of our comfort zone, and literally be anyone we want to be! Aside from extravagant costumes and pillowcases of candy, the Halloween season also consists of activities that don’t come around often, like haunted houses, hayrides, and channeling our inner artist for pumpkin carving.
But, if you aren’t someone who enjoys a good scare or an all-out costume attitude, don’t worry! There are many other ways to get involved in the Halloween spirit. Martin Amado shares ways to enjoy your Halloween without a scare, while carving out some quality time with family.
Indulge in some sweet treats like apple cider, pumpkin flavored cookies, and the time-honored pumpkin pie. Hop on a hayride at places like McCall’s Pumpkin Patch or the Galloping Goat Pumpkin Patch. And no season is complete without festively-carved pumpkins, using templates from Pumpkin Masters.
Be sure to mark your calendars for October 26th when more than 1300 citizens from Los Alamos and other cities will gather to attempt the break the world record for most pumpkins carved simultaneously.