2020 has been a crazy year, this phrase sounds like a broken record. Despite quarantines and regulations, people have found creative ways to stay safe and have fun. We’ve researched some safe Halloween events here in Davis County, as well as safe ways to celebrate at home. Whatever your circumstances may be, we hope you can find a way to participate in some seasonal fun this Fall.
Obviously, if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19, you should not be hosting or participating in any gatherings. Be aware of levels of COVID-19 in your community, that can help you determine the risk of having any kind of gathering. If you do host or participate in an event, consider holding it outside, implement social distancing, wash hands, wear masks, and practice safe food handling. Did we mention the broken record theme? The CDC provides detailed information and ideas for activities ranging from low to moderate risks. Check it out on their website.
Davis County Events
Check out some of the local events going on in the surrounding areas. Lagoon has Frightmares, filled with haunted attractions and spooky entertainment. Cherry Hill has transformed into Scary Hill, complete with haunted mini golf. There’s a variety of pumpkin patches and corn mazes, and events for kids at Station Park in Farmington. There are plenty of outdoor seasonal events! If you want to avoid crowds, hop in the car and hit one of the many nearby canyons to see the fall colors.
Celebrate at Home
Pumpkin carving and decorating is a Halloween staple. Maybe this year you can amp up your decorating game and buy props, paint, and kits. You could hold a contest with your household or neighbors. Have a virtual costume party, this is a good way to include at risk individuals that may be at home alone. If you’ve got kids at home sad about missing out on trick or treating candy, get a piñata! That way you can fill it with their favorite treats. If you prefer your sugar in baked goods instead of candy, make caramel apples or donuts. Create a scavenger hunt looking for Halloween themed objects in your house or neighborhood. Maybe your style is more relaxed. You can throw on one of these Halloween classics and have a movie night in your pajamas with popcorn.
Whatever it is you decide, we hope you have fun and stay safe. As always, let us know if we can help you with any of your real estate needs. You can check out our website or give us a call at (801) 544-3407. Happy Halloween!