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HVP October 2019

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Page 16 of 31 n Hudson Valley Parent 17 your kid is just over it? How do you spend your Halloween night then? Here are 11 alternatives to trick or treating for your teen or tween: 1. Host a spooky movie night at home. Settle in for the night with your teen or let them invite a few friends over to make snacks and watch a thriller from the comfort of your couch. 2. Book an escape room adventure. Skip hitting the streets all together and get your By ROXANNE FERBER T here comes a time in every kids' life when the thrill of trick-or- treating seems dim. But that doesn't mean you have to let go of having fun on Halloween. There are still plenty of things to do with your teen or tween on Halloween night that does not require walking for hours knocking on doors in your neighborhood. There are plenty of older kids still excited to dress up and head out for candy. But what if adrenaline pumping as a team trying to find your way out of a locked room or put your heads together to solve difficult puzzles. 3. Take a haunted hayride after dark or try not to get lost in a haunted corn maze at a local farm. The Headless Horseman in Port Ewen offers a death-defying night of terror. (It's so spooky, it comes with a warning about disturbing scenes). Kevin 11 trick-or-treating alternatives for teens Festive fun for kids who have outgrown trick-or-treating (Continued on Page 18)

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