The Origin of Halloween: Where it all started
Halloween is celebrated annually on the 31st of October. It was initially celebrated 2000 years ago as the Celtic festival of Samhain, now known as United Kingdom, Ireland and Northern France where people would dress up in costumes and light bonfires. Surprising isn’t it?
Halloween - 2018
Just like every year, Halloween will be celebrated on 31st of October, which is a Wednesday this leaves us with only a few weeks from now.
How Is Halloween Celebrated?
Halloween marks the beginning of the festive season; it’s when people start getting into the holiday spirit. There are many different ways people celebrate the evening which includes.
People especially kids with fancy dress and mask visit door to door singing songs and reciting poems in exchange for candies, the custom dates back to 16th century which was practiced in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Fancy dress parties are arranged where guests dress up as fictional characters and enjoy treats such as warm apple cider, Pumpkin flavored drinks, hayrides, and corn mazes; games like apple bobbing and mirror-gazing are all-time favorites. Food usually involves baked items like cakes decorated with special Halloween theme and color.