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National Trick or Treat Day - 2021-10-30
What is National Trick or Treat Day?
“Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat!” These are the words uttered by children across America and the globe on Halloween. It is a fun holiday that sees children and adults dressing up in wacky costumes and gathering as much candy as they can hold. Halloween is a big deal in America. People go all out in decorating their homes and gardens with jack o lanterns, fake spider webs, and scary ghostly figures. Most families plan their outfits months in advance. From princesses to pirates, the only limit on your choice of costume is your imagination. Celebrate National Trick or Treat Day this October by dressing up in your scariest costume and decorate your home or neighborhood. Host a Halloween-themed party and invite your friends and family. Post your pictures, tips, and ghoulish recipes on social media using #TrickOrTreatDay.
When is National Trick or Treat Day?
Ghouls and witches celebrate National Trick or Treat Day on the last Saturday of October by walking around their neighborhoods asking for candy. We will celebrate National Trick or Treat Day on October 30 this year.
History of National Trick or Treat Day
In 2018, the National Halloween and Costume Association launched a petition to have the date of Halloween changed to the last Saturday in October. With 70,000 signatures, National Trick or Treat became a national day in 2019.
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