All The Hocus Pocus You Can Conjure Up For A COVID-Free Halloween

In a pandemic, it’s better to be safe than sorry — so skip the packed costume parties. We bring you ideas for how you can safely get into the spooky spirit.

Halloween is one more thing being upended by the pandemic. Federal guidelines advise against traditional trick or treating, but parents across the country are trying to make the holiday special for their children anyway.
Halloween is one more thing being upended by the pandemic. Federal guidelines advise against traditional trick or treating, but parents across the country are trying to make the holiday special for their children anyway.
Halloween is one more thing being upended by the pandemic. Federal guidelines advise against traditional trick or treating, but parents across the country are trying to make the holiday special for their children anyway.
Halloween is one more thing being upended by the pandemic. Federal guidelines advise against traditional trick or treating, but parents across the country are trying to make the holiday special for their children anyway.

All The Hocus Pocus You Can Conjure Up For A COVID-Free Halloween

In a pandemic, it’s better to be safe than sorry — so skip the packed costume parties. We bring you ideas for how you can safely get into the spooky spirit.

During a global pandemic, a lot of things look a lot different and that includes Halloween. The Illinois Department of Health is strongly discouraging residents from trick-or-treating, but did provide guidelines on how to reduce risk. So with a few weeks left until the big night, Reset hears from listeners about how they’re choosing to get creative and get into the Halloween spirit.

GUESTS: Jenny LeFlore, creator of Mama Fresh

Dan Barrie, organizer with Terror in the Timbers, a drive-thru “haunted house” in Elgin