Also know as “All Hallow’s Eve”, Halloween is celebrated annually on October 31st, the eve of All Saint’s Day. All Saint’s Day, November 1st, is historically dedicated to remembering the dead, including Saints and Martyrs. Halloween is said to be influenced by the Celtic festivals and festivals of the dead.
Over the years, the day has evolved into a family celebration where children dress up in costumes, go trick-or-treating, carve pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns, bob for apples, visit haunted houses, read scary stories, and watch horror movies. In more recent years, adults have also been getting into the Halloween spirit!
This year, Halloween falls on a Sunday AND it’s daylight savings time, so the clocks turn back one hour! If you are looking for a last minute costume, check out The Costume Shoppe on Blackfoot Trail!
Whether you choose traditional Trick or Treating, or a different type of Halloween celebration this year (check out these great scavenger hunt ideas!), we hope you have a fun and safe Halloween!
The Costen Insurance Team
October 25th to October 29th
Join us for our first ever Costen Halloween “Spirit Week”!
2. Share your pictures on social media with the hashtag #CostenHalloween and don’t forget to tag us!
3. For each pictured shared, you will receive an entry into our four draws:
The winners will be announced the morning of Friday, October 29th and the prizes will be available at our Office for pickup!
In addition, for every person that participates in the challenge Costen Insurance will donate $10.00 to our Charity Partner, Helping Families Handle Cancer!
PS. Don’t forget to invite your clients, friends and family! The more the scarier!