Ideas to help you and your family enjoy Halloween
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Enjoying the Holiday
By LJ and SLJ editors
The candy, the costumes, the haunted houses. As we all know, many people—and not just kids—wait all year for Halloween. And while the pandemic is definitely changing how the holiday is celebrated this year, the fun will still go on. So, get your costume set and get ready for a spook-tacular time! 
image Ways to Celebrate Halloween
By Melanie Kletter
There are many ways to get into the Halloween spirit and still be safe and socially distant. We have rounded up some ideas to help you enjoy the holiday this year.
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