October 24, 2018

Understanding U.S. Holidays: Halloween 2018

Halloween in the USA is celebrated on October 31st every year. It is not considered a public holiday, meaning government offices and businesses still have regular operating hours on this day.How do we celebrate Halloween in the U.S.? There are many costume parties and other events like community haunted house spooks, pumpkin carving, telling ghost stories, and watching scary movies during the entire month of October. Trick-or-treating is done on October 31st evening, where children dress up in costumes and go door-to-door in their local neighborhood and say, "trick-or-treat!" and the homeowners give them candy.

History of Halloween

Safety Tips

Parents should make sure to supervise their children when they go trick-or-treating and check that their newly-acquired candy and snacks are still in their original sealing before eating.Whether you’re already working with us in the U.S., or are interested in joining PassportUSA, we hope you have a great day this October 31st.Healthcare professionals wishing to have future Halloween celebrations in the USA should register with us today!

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