5 Ways to Spookify your Halloween

Keela Delves, Reporter

Halloween Movie Marathon

TV channels such as Freeform offer “31 Nights of Halloween” during which you can watch a plethora of Halloween classics. Favorites such as Hocus Pocus, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Ghostbusters are  frequently played throughout the month of October. 

Pick/ Decorate Pumpkins

Picking pumpkins at local pumpkin patches such as Strites Orchard, Cherry Crest Farms, and Corn Cob Acres can be a fun fall activity. Many of these patches also offer pumpkin painting after you have picked your pumpkin. 

Make Halloween Cookies

Making sugar cookies to decorate is always an enjoyable Halloween activity. Cookie brand, Pillsbury, offers a multitude of different varieties of spooky cookies. Cookie decorating can be a fun way to enjoy your holiday. 

Go on a Hayride

Whether it be scary or fun, there are lots of hayrides to choose from. Hayrides are a sure way to get in the Halloween spirit. Field of Scream and Jason’s Woods have endless spooky fun. Corn Cob Acres offers a family friendly hayride experience for all to enjoy. 

Decorate your Room

Decorating your room always gets you in the holiday spirit. Target and Michael’s offer a variety of small decorations to spruce up your room. Holiday scented candles can also be found at both locations. 

Freeform’s “31 Nights of Halloween” continues all through the month of October. The schedule shows all available Halloween movies, as well as some family-friendly classics. (Freeform)