Have a Safe Halloween Night

Before your ghosts and goblins trick or treat this year, parents should keep in mind some safety tips.
  • Carry a Flashlight ~ A glow bracelet, necklace, or flashing attire also work well for visibility.
  • Plan Route in Advance ~ Trick or treat in familiar neighborhoods or areas.
  • Only Visit Lit Houses ~ Residents who do not wish to be bothered by trick or treaters often leave off their lights.
  • Accompany Your Children ~ If they are older and trick or treat without an adult, set firm rules and have them carry a cell phone.
  • Think Practical for Costumes ~ Be sure a child's mask allows full visibility and breathing.
  • Inspect All Candy ~ Never allow children to eat candy before it is inspected and throw away anything that is opened.

CLICK HERE for more safety and planning ideas.

Cut Some Shapes & Roast Those Seeds!

Want to know how to carve the best pumpkin? You'll find tons of tips here, along with a few secrets on how to keep your jack-o-lantern spooking up the neighborhood longer.



Monster Eye Balls?

Pumpkin Butter?
Pumpkin Cheesecake, Goblin's Delight, Tips for Cooking With Pumpkin...

Curious? Mouth Watering?

STEP INSIDE for a list.


Fun for the young and young at heart!

Why not try ~ Napkin Ghosts, Shrunken Heads, or Trick-or-Treat Buckets?

CRAFT INSTRUCTIONS and more ideas.

Treat Ideas

Great Ideas for
Candy Alternatives:
~ Halloween Themed Tattoos

~ Bubbles

~ Party Favors
~ Silly Putty
~ Mini Bouncing Balls
~ Chewing Gum
~ Crayons/Markers
~ Stickers
~ Hair Barretts
~ Glow Sticks


Halloween Ideas

Did You Know?

Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain, a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture.

Read more about its roots and traditions around the world.
WOWT NBC Omaha 3501 Farnam Street Omaha, NE 68131 (402) 346-6666 sixonline@wowt.com
Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.