Just because it looks like trick-or-treating might be off the table this year doesn’t mean you and your family can’t still have fun this Halloween. Get dressed up in your costumes, and enjoy these three ways to celebrate Halloween at home.
Craft the night away. Crafts are always a go-to way to entertain kids of all ages, and it’s super easy to find the right project for your children, whether it’s a monster puppet or paper plate pumpkins. You can also add to your front porch decorations by carving even more pumpkins.
Cook up a spooky dinner. Rather than going out and gathering candy, join together as a family and create the perfect spooky dinner. There are tons of ideas for Halloween-themed foods to choose from on Pinterest, from mummy hot dogs and eyeball meatballs to ghostly desserts. You can even make some sugar cookies and spend the night decorating them to add to the buffet.
Have a dance party. There are so many great spooky songs out there to choose from, so why not get dressed up in your costumes and have a Halloween dance party? Set out delicious treats and dance the night away to celebrate the spookiest time of the year.
From the Don Wessel Honda family to yours: have a safe and wonderfully spooky Halloween! We’re here for all of your automotive needs, and we won’t charge you an arm and a leg, dismembered or otherwise.