It is all in the spirit of the season, and let's not forget the Day of Dead on November first for a Zoom cocktail to showcase your skeleton and raise some cider. Our resident nomad, BiBi Jordan, has submitted a story pre-pandemic and shares her love for the holiday and its traditions. See her story here.
We've been following along to see what types of events and ideas could be shared to save Halloween. Recently, the New York Times has posted a comprehensive survey of things to do that range from outdoor pumpkin walks in your neighborhood, grab and go ideas for the little ones. Drive-in theater, your favorite streaming online Halloween classics, or making a spooky dinner with your trusted circle of friends. See story here