Community Halloween Activities

Halloween is going to look a bit different this year! Don’t you worry, there are still many ways you can celebrate and have fun with friends and family!

Unfortunately, it’s not recommended to go door-to-door trick or treating or even “trunk or treatingdue to the difficulty social distancing in those scenarios.

One idea presented by Dr. Blum with Community Hospital was Social Circle Parties! These celebrations should be done in groups of 12 people or less and take place outside where proper social distancing can be practiced.

Plan for some of the following activities to take place during the celebration;

  • Pumpkin Painting
  • Pumpkin Carving
  • Individual Packaged Treat Bags
  • Halloween Scavenger Hunt

As a community manager you’re in a great place to facilitate participation from your homeowners. One great way to get everyone in the spooky Halloween spirit is with a pumpkin carving contest! You can have each household participate on their own time and have them submit pictures to management via email.

Even though this holiday will look different in 2020, be sure to celebrate with friends and family to make the most out of these unfortunate circumstances.

Want more information on how to stay safe this Halloween? Checkout Dr. Blum’s video below, and as always check the CDC’s website for recommendations.

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