October 13, 2011 by staff
Halloween Masks, I can not help it – I know – I’m well beyond the trick-or-treating population (in fact, so are my children) – but I love to dress up for Halloween. Always have. Always will. I can not help it. Seriously. My favorite childhood (I remember): yellow pencil, gypsy, a witch (I went as a witch for many years), and, of course, dead party girl (I was in college).
Therefore, this year gives me the Explorers Program Library Hedberg Public Library from 3:30-4:30 pm on Halloween, so it is absolutely necessary cool suit. While I am aware of the fact that witches have a bad reputation for Halloween (but why is Halloween for mercy?) – I am tempted to wear my witch costume more impressive. It’s great (it really is!). There is the fear of type – is fun. Therefore, at this time, which is the favorite.
I understand that some people take up arms for Halloween – but for me – the day has always been about the celebration of the imagination and have some fun pretending to be someone / something you’re not. (Although some might argue that the witch costume is not too much of a stretch for me … but I digress …)
The Explorers program is aimed at school children (K-5 th grade). On day 31 we will play some Halloween games, in addition to Apple, hula-hoop ghostly, and probably freeze Zombie Dance, because it’s fun. Let’s make a trade and then I will tell some ghost stories (from least to most fear – the children may choose at any time by lurid stories too horrible). Children should wear their costumes! No registration is required. October 31 from 3:30-4:30 pm (we will do a lot of time to get the goblins trick-or-treat).
So – any great Halloween costumes that you remember from your childhood? What is not of so great? I seem to remember that a Wonder Woman costume really horrible with one of those awful plastic masks with small eyes, rectangular slots in the mouth. Yuck. Those things were awful.
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