THE DIRT Trip trinkets
On our vacation in Mexico last week, we did make time for a bit of shopping. :)
We didn't buy a ton of stuff, but we did get quite a few of the "typical" things: Mexican coffee, Mexican vanilla, some... Posted on 3/6/13 at 8:53 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Funny Halloween Costumes for Kids (and we want to see them!)
I was googling "Halloween Costumes for Kids" today. Not because my kids are in need of a costume. Nope. They knew what they were going to be weeks' ago. Halloween is a very big deal at our house. But ... Posted on 10/30/12 at 2:25 PM
FAIRLY CRAFTY DIY Kid's Costume Makeup
Did you know that I love Halloween?
Last week I shared some fun makeup tutorials for adults. Now it's time for the kids! Click the picture to find the tutorial!
B... Posted on 10/26/12 at 8:30 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Halloween Party Treats
Not all kids like to go out trick or treating. Some would just as soon stay home and party there. And any Halloween get-together wouldn't be complete without some good-tasting snacks. What would be ev... Posted on 10/1/12 at 3:07 PM
Prepare yourself this Halloween for a procession of pint-sized trick-or-treaters like none you've encountered before. If the companies that gamble on offering the right mix of costumes are correct, visitors to your doorstep will include a grisly array of waist-high killer clowns brandishing blood-soaked machetes, deranged convicts and zombie ninjas armed with knives.
Melissa Rayworth, Associated Press
, October 24, 2012
On Monday parts of Jamestown will be filled with trick-or-treaters as children flock from door to door in search of their ultimate Halloween prize: free candy. It is important to keep safety in mind during the festivities.
Offer apples to trick-or-treaters and risk having your house get egged — maybe even by your own kids.
But dentists and dietitians say you can still make Halloween reasonably healthy for little devils and witches without resorting to dracul-onian tactics, like no candy.
By Lindsey Tanner , The Associated Press
, October 29, 2011
Halloween, or the eve of All Saints’ Day or All Hallows Eve, depending on which century you reference, is fast approaching.
Legend has it the traditional holiday at the end of October has its roots in pre-Christian Celtic Ireland, but some draw a connection back to Roman times.
By Jon Echternacht, Forum Communications Co.
, October 28, 2011
If ghosts, goblins, fairy princesses and superheroes are looking for treats on Monday, they won’t need any tricks to find them.
Jamestown groups and organizations are hosting at least six events for children as young as toddlers up to seniors in high school. And the severity of scary varies too.
Halloween is a holiday in which children seek sugary treats, but the health and safety concerns of the evening can be downright scary.
Health experts and law enforcement officials offered a few tricks recently to stay well and out of harm’s way.
Jamestown College student volunteers will trick-or-can from door to door throughout the community from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday to collect canned goods and other nonperishable food items for the Community Action Food Pantry.
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