It will look a little bit different this year due to COVID19. You might not be able to go trick or treating, but you could have a small gathering and have fun doing it. It could be on one of your kid’s birthdays at a tiny party in the park (note: In Victoria, we can’t do this until the 19th!). Even then, you still cant visit each other’s houses for Halloween.
Halloween is on the 31st of October. It is prevalent in the US but not so much in Australia. Due to the virus, many events have been canceled.
You can do themed scavenger hunts and hold a Halloween party provided that it’s only a small gathering. You should all wear masks, and you can make some themed face masks.
You can make your own cupcakes and other treats. If you can’t see friends, why not make it a virtual one. Turn off all the lights and scare each other online. You could make a virtual party with all the trimmings.
Due to the virus, I don’t whether trick or treating would be such a good idea. It involves getting close to people and not within the 1.5-meter distance. Also, no grabbing candy from the bowl this year as it could be a way to spread the virus. You could, however, give out some small and secure lolly bags with gloves on. Or you could hand people their sweets (but wear your gloves and mask)!
Hope this helps in times of COVID!