When it comes to Halloween I think everyone is a kid at heart. While you may not dress up anymore, if you’re like me, every time you see the kids in costume it takes you back to the Octobers of your youth. You would start off the month deciding what you wanted to be. As you eagerly counted down the days with anticipation you would meet with your friends to define your trick or treat strategy, maximizing the amount of ground you could cover to get the biggest haul. Halloween has a special significance for almost all children everywhere. Children are allowed to freely dress in funny or ghostly costumes and knock on neighborhood doors shouting “Trick or Treat!”. Pirates and princesses, ghosts and witches all hold bags open to catch the candy or other goodies that the neighbors drop in. Even though children are allowed to visit other people’s houses for candy and goodies, parents should know not to let their children out of their sights and to not let the children eat their candy (they received) until each piece is thoroughly checked for tampering. But most parents already are aware of these conditions and have made precautions for any situation they might come across. You can learn where Trick or Treating originated by going onto History.com, you never know you might learn something new.
Halloween For Uniontown
With Halloween just being right around the corner, Uniontown, as well as many other counties, are getting ready for this October. The Uniontown Halloween Parade will be on October 26th at 6:00pm. Trick or Treating in Uniontown will be in North Union Township Monday, October 31st 6 to 7:30pm. If you would like to see other trick or treat dates and times, for other communities across western Pennsylvania, you can go to WPXI.com. Were they show counties like Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Lawrence, Mercer, Washington, and Westmoreland.