Archive for October 12th, 2010

Holiday Invite: Halloween on the Net

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

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Happy Halloween!

The year’s most ghoulish holiday is upon us and Holidays on the Net is delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Halloween.

Come read the story of Halloween. Discover its roots in the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain and its connection to the Mexican holiday of Los Dias De Los Muertos. Then click over to discover the origins of Halloween traditions like pumpkin carving, witches, black cats, and trick-or-treating.

Speaking of trick-or-treating, what are your favorite Halloween candies? While many are partial to the perennial candy corn, you might want to branch out with this list of the top fifteen best Halloween candy treats. For more fun Halloween factoids, be sure to check out our Did You Know? article.

Want more ideas for celebrating Halloween? How about planning a terrifying night of Halloween fun at one of America’s Top Thirteen Haunted Houses. Or organizing a spooktacular Halloween kids’ party. We’ve got a recipe box full of Halloween treats to serve at any All Hallow’s Eve gathering.

Your littlest ones are sure to enjoy our Halloween crafts, Halloween coloring pages and DIY costume ideas. And don’t forget to share the jack-o-lantern love by sending out one of our free Halloween e-cards.

This year Halloween will celebrated on Sunday October 31st. We look forward to seeing you at our Halloween celebration!

Happy Halloween,

Louie and the Holiday Elves

Holiday Reminder: Halloween

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010

 

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Holiday Reminder: Halloween will be celebrated on Sunday October 31st, 2010!

The year’s most ghoulish holiday is upon us and we are delighted to invite you to join our celebration of Halloween.

 

 

(October 12) Today we’re celebrating . . .  International Moment of Frustration Scream Day

Tuesday, October 12th, 2010


International Moment of Frustration Scream Day

All the people of the world are invited to join together, outdoors, at 12 hundred hours Greenwich time* to release their frustrations by screaming for 30 seconds

*12 hundred hours Greenwich
EST: 7AM
CST: 6AM
MST: 5AM
PST: 4AM
AST: 3AM
HST: 2AM

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