Halloween

Tips for Going Natural & Healthy this Halloween, While Still Keeping it Fun

According to the National Retail Federation, roughly $7 billion will be spent on the Halloween season. A good portion of that money will go to candy purchases, which will be given away to the tens of millions of trick-or-treaters who take to the community streets and neighborhood parties. Armed with a bag full of candy, many parents worry about whether or not their child is getting a sugar overload as this yearly holiday makes its way through their home. The good news is that there are ways that people can help make Halloween more natural and healthy.

Tricks and Treats for a Happy, Healthy Halloween

Eating a nutritious and filling meal before heading out to trick-or-treat can be a great way to ensure little ones do not overindulge in treats throughout the night. Though a few snacks along the way are probably guaranteed, full tummies will discourage them from making candy their dinner selection for the night.

Halloween Tailgating Fun

Halloween is coming quickly, do you have your plans in place? How about trying something unique this year? Well, you probably have already done the trunk or treating thing, what about taking that up a notch with your friends, groups, church, etc., with Halloween Tailgating!

Aqua Tots Swim School Halloween Bash 10/23

Splash into some fun on October 23rd with the Aqua Tots annual Halloween bash! This year, they are taking the pumpkins out of the patch and into their pool! Dive into their floating pumpkin patch and join them for two hours of Halloween themed games, crafts, open swim, and snacks. The event is only $10 per child and admission is free for parents, who are welcome to join the swim! Open to the general public. Ages 4 months to 12 years old.