Are people going to be trick or treating this year?
With the number of COVID cases on the rise, many people are trying to figure out how they want to celebrate Halloween this year. So the first topic: How are you going to celebrate this year? Lauren said she is going to do socially-distant trick-or-treating with the help of a candy chute. Her husband Michael is building the chute so they can safely send candy down to the kiddos. Jason’s recommendation is to turn off all the lights and stay away from the windows so people know you’re not participating.
Should adults still be able to do these 4 “kid” things?
Kids get to have a lot of fun, like have all their friends over for a big birthday party, or go trick or treating, but adults want to have fun too! Today on “What’s the Buzz” we talked about things kids get to do when they are young, and if adults should be able to do the same thing when they are older. So, should adults be able to participate in nap time? Is it weird for adults to have a big birthday party every year? We asked them: Should adults have a big birthday party every year?
Trick or Treat on the River gets Ann Arbor families into the Halloween spirit
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Starting at the Gallup Canoe Livery, ghastly ghouls, families of witches and wizards and furiously fuzzy creatures are invited to paddle along the Huron River. On Oct. 13, the annual Trick or Treat on the River will return to the Huron River for an afternoon of canoe or kayak-based trick or treating. For more information, visit the city of Ann Arbor Department of Parks and Recreation Trick or Treat webpage. About GIVE 365GIVE 365 is a volunteer and outreach program managed by the City of Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation. All About Ann Arbor is powered by ClickOnDetroit/WDIV.