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22 Ways To Celebrate Halloween Since It's In The Middle Of The Week

Don't let work or school keep you from celebrating your favorite holiday!

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22 Ways To Celebrate Halloween Since It's In The Middle Of The Week

Who says you can't celebrate Halloween on a Wednesday, especially when it's ACTUALLY Halloween. Don't let the stress of work or school keep you from partying! Here are 22 ideas to keep the Halloween spirit alive on hump day:

1. Go to a pumpkin patch

2. Go to a drive-in movie theater and watch a scary movie

3. Go to a corn maze

4. Go on a haunted hayride

5. Go to a haunted house

6. Carve pumpkins

7. Or paint pumpkins

8. Cook pumpkin seeds

9. Cook pumpkin flavored anything

10. Cook pumpkin, spider, ghost, etc. shaped sweets

11. Throw a low-key Halloween party

12. Host a scary movie marathon

13. or host a Halloween movie marathon if scary isn't your thing

14. Throw a pet costume party

15. Throw a pumpkin spice theme party

16. Throw an adult costume party

17. Do a bar crawl

18. Run a marathon, or something of the like

19. Go trick-or-treating

20. Go to the movies and watch scary movies

21. Scare trick-or-treaters

22. Have a special effects makeup party

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