Get spooky on All-Hallows’ Eve, celebrated worldwide every October 31. Guising, trick-or-treating, pranking and getting spooked are all part of this unusual holiday. All inspired by Celtic and Gaelic harvest festivals of pagan roots — Irish and Scots popularized the Halloween in the United States in the 19th century.
Carve a pumpkin with the help of the small ones at home, watch a horror movie and attend a Halloween party. Both kids and grown-ups find ghouly ways of having fun with friends, family and neighbors in Halloween. We hope you have a sweet tooth because sweets abound on Halloween, but both sweet and savory fall specialties make the holiday hauntingly delicious.