Who is ready for Halloween? Are you searching for the perfect quote to add to your social media posts? Check out the following quotes for Halloween to get you into the spooky spirit.
- “Anyone could see that the wind was a special wind this night, and the darkness took on a special feel because it was All Hallows’ Eve.” – Ray Bradbury
- “There is something haunting in the light of the moon.” – Joseph Conrad
- “During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.” -Unknown
- “‘Tis the night—the night of the grave’s delight, and the warlocks are at their play; Ye think that without the wild winds shout, but no, it is they—it is they.” – Cleveland Coxe
- “I’m a witch every day. Not just for Halloween.” – Unknown
- “Halloween is not only about putting on a costume, but it’s about finding the imagination and costume within ourselves.” – Elvis Duran
- “Every day is Halloween, isn’t it? For some of us.” – Tim Burton
- “On Halloween, the parents sent their kids out looking like me.” – Rodney Dangerfield
- “Dear Great Pumpkin, Halloween is now only a few days away. Children all over the world await you coming. When you rise out of the pumpkin patch that night, please remember I am your most loyal follower. Have a nice trip. Don’t forget to take out flight insurance.” – Linus
- “Have you come to sing pumpkin carols?” – Linus (It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown)
- “By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” – William Shakespeare
- “Each year, the Great Pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch that he thinks is the most sincere.” – Charles M. Schulz
- “Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.” William Shakespeare
- “Where there is no imagination there is no horror.” – Arthur Conan Doyle
- “Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can’t see where it keeps its brain.” -J.K Rowling
- “When the witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers ’tis near Halloween.” – Unknown
- “Nothing on Earth so beautiful as the final haul on Halloween night.” – Steve Almond
- “The witches fly, Across the sky, The owls go, ‘Who? Who? Who?’ The black cats yowl, And green ghosts howl, ‘Scary Halloween to you!’” – Nina Willis Walter
- “Halloween was confusing. All my life my parents said, ‘Never take candy from strangers.’ And then they dressed me up and said, ‘Go beg for it.’ I didn’t know what to do! I’d knock on people’s doors and go, ‘Trick or treat…No, thank you.’” —Rita Rudner
- “On Halloween, witches come true; wild ghosts escape from dreams. Each monster dances in the park.” – Nicholas Gordan
- “There is a child in every one of us who is still a trick-or-treater looking for a brightly-lit front porch.” – Robert Brault
- “Halloween is huge in my house, and we really get into the ‘spirits’ of things.” – Dee Snider
- “If human beings had genuine courage, they’d wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween.” – Douglas Coupland
- “We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.” – Stephen King
- “Halloween wraps fear in innocence, as though it were a slightly sour sweet. Let terror, then, be turned into a treat …” – Nicholas Gordon
- “Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep.” – A Nightmare on Elm Street
- “Shadows mutter, mist replies; darkness purrs as midnight sighs.” – Rusty Fischer
- “A mask tells us more than a face.” – Oscar Wilde
- “Be afraid…be very afraid.” – The Fly
- “Listen to them—the children of the night. What music they make!” – Bram Stoker
- “It is impossible to say how first the idea entered my brain; but once conceived, it haunted me day and night.” – Edgar Allan Poe
- “Sticky fingers, tired feet; one last house, trick or treat!” – Rusty Fischer
- “There is something at work in my soul, which I do not understand.” – Mary Shelley, Frankenstein
- “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself… and spiders.” – Unknown
- “Werewolves howl. Phantoms prowl. Halloween’s upon us now.” – Richelle E. Goodrich
- “Magic is really very simple, all you’ve got to do is want something and then let yourself have it.” – Aggie Cromwell (Halloweentown)
- “The moon has awoken with the sleep of the sun, the light has been broken; the spell has begun.” – Midgard Morningstar
- “I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker color.” – Wednesday Addams, “The Addams Family”
- “October was always the least dependable of months … full of ghosts and shadows.” – Joy Fielding
- “On Halloween, you get to become anything that you want to be.” – Ava Dellaira
- “Shadows of a thousands years rise again unseen, voices whisper in the trees, ‘Tonight is Halloween!'” – Dexter Kozen
- “Darkness falls across the land, The Midnight Hour is close at hand.” – Rodney Lynn Temperton
- “The farther we’ve gotten from the magic and mystery of our past, the more we’ve come to need Halloween.” – Paula Guran
- “The dead rise again, bats fly, terror strikes and screams echo, for tonight it’s Halloween.” – Unknown
- “Everything seemed cut from soft black velvet or gold or orange velvet. Smoke panted up out of a thousand chimneys like the plumes of funeral parades. From kitchen, windows drifted two pumpkin smells: gourds being cut, pies being baked.” – Ray Bradbury
- “It’s as much fun to scare as to be scared.” – Vincent Price
- “Witch and ghost make merry on this last of dear October days.” – Unknown
- “Hocus pocus. Time to focus.” – Unknown
- “Just because I cannot see it, doesn’t mean I can’t believe it!” – Jack Skellington in “Nightmare Before Christmas”
- “That’s the problem. He was dead to begin with.” – Ichabod Crane, Sleepy Hollow
- “Things are never quite as scary when you’ve got a best friend.” – Bill Waterson
- “Being normal is vastly overrated.” – Aggie Cromwell
- “When the witches went waltzing.” – Linda Williams
- “Clothes make a statement. Costumes tell a story.” – Mason Cooley
Do you love the spooky season? Are you looking to have more Halloween fun this October? Create a Halloween-themed bucket list with your family or friends. If you need inspiration, check out the following ideas for your 2022 Halloween bucket list.
- Decorate for Halloween
- Make and send out Halloween cards.
- Visit your local pumpkin patch.
- Carve pumpkins.
- Bake pumpkin seeds.
- Try a new pumpkin recipe.
- Give out Boo gifts.
- Create a spooky playlist.
- Host or attend a Halloween party.
- Make your own Halloween costume.
- Try bobbing for apples.
- Read a thriller or horror novel.
- Go on a haunted hayride.
- Create and hang a spooky wreath.
- Hand out candy on Halloween night.
- Participate in Trunk-or-Treat
- Make Halloween slime.
- Make Halloween play dough.
- Purchase a Halloween mug for hot cocoa or mulled cider.
- Join or watch a zombie walk.
- Visit a haunted fun house.
- Attend a murder mystery dinner.
- Bake pumpkin bread.
- Hike a haunted trail.
- Navigate through a Halloween-themed corn maze.
- Create a Halloween tree.
- Go on a haunted tour.
- Look at local decorations.
- Eat a Halloween-themed meal by candlelight.
- Binge-watch the entire series of The Adams Family or the Munsters (or both)
- Host a bonfire and tell scary ghost stories.
- Create a Halloween-themed gingerbread house.
- Take an evening walk with flashlights. (Many local or state parks host events around Halloween)
- Watch: “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
- Create a Halloween village.
- Paint a pumpkin.
- Wear Halloween colors: orange and black.
- Host a movie night with Halloween-themed snacks.
- Make Halloween masks.
- Visit an escape room.
- Do a Halloween-themed photoshoot.
- Host a Halloween crafting session.
- Make Soul Cakes.
- Write your own Halloween story.
- Go look at local Halloween decorations.
- Attend a Boo at the Zoo event.
- Host a Halloween scavenger hunt.
- Watch: “Hocus Pocus” 1 & 2
- Host a Halloween crafting session.
- Host a Witches’ Tea
- Attend a Pumpkin weigh-off competition.
- Dance to “Monster Mash” & “Thriller”
- Get your face painted at a local event.
- Wear Halloween pajamas.
- Eat candy corn.
- Make pumpkin pancakes.
- Bake Halloween cookies.
- Participate in a Halloween fun walk or Run 5K
- Make paper Mache pumpkins.
- Tie-dye a t-shirt orange and black.
- Go to a Halloween parade.
- Make popcorn balls.
- Make a costume for your pet.
- Paint Halloween-themed rocks to hide around the neighborhood.
The spooky season is here! Are you ready to get creative? Drawing is a wonderful creative outlet for the entire family to enjoy. If you need inspiration on what to create, check out the following drawing prompts for Halloween.
- Self-Portrait in a Halloween Costume
- Witch’s Hat
- Pumpkin Patch
- Jack O’Lantern
- Monsters or Creatures
- Halloween Scene
- Monster Party
- Spooky Woods
- Haunted House
- Leaves (Colorful Foliage)
- Design a Trick-or-Treat Bag
- Webs with Spider
- Full Moon
- Halloween Candy
- Artist’s Choice
- Happy Halloween!
Happy Drawing! Have a great Halloween!
Autumn is a wonderful time of year. The changing leaves and cooler temperatures are a major part of the fall season in the Northern Hemisphere. Exploring your hometown is one of the best ways to enjoy fall. Attend local outdoor events or on rainy days revisit past favorites. If you need inspiration on how to be a tourist in your hometown, check out the following for ideas.
When was the last time you spent wandering around your hometown or the surrounding area?
- Begin by researching your hometown.
- Look for anything new that interests you.
- Join social media groups that focus on your hometown or county. The shared information is a great resource.
Check Seasonal Events for Autumn
The changing seasons bring new community events. The autumn events are generally a yearly occurrence.
- Farmers’ Markets
- Pumpkin weighing contests
- Corn mazes
- Haunted houses
- Homecoming parades
- Fairs and festivals
- Craft shows
Write a Local Bucket List
Approach your hometown like any other travel destination. Begin by making a list of places you want to see. Are you traveling solo or with family and friends? Travel buddies are a great way to enjoy your hometown experience with a new perspective.
- Check out new restaurants, revisit childhood favorites, and go to art galleries, historical sites, or other interesting events.
- Consider taking a different mode of transportation to get around your hometown. Ride the bus, rent an e-bike, or walk around your neighborhood. The change in transportation is a great way to see everyday sights from a new perspective.
- Go ahead and use coupons for discounts on meals, tours, or admission costs. Many coupons use free items as an incentive for spending a certain amount of money. Businesses use self-promoting products as a way to draw tourists to their locations.
- Check out the tours of your local hometown attractions. Follow the tour guide throughout the museum or local sites. Every tour is a learning experience.
- Buy postcards.
- Take business cards.
Document Your Travels
Do not forget your camera. Or use your phone to document your travels around your hometown.
- Eat or get a beverage at a local café. Try the hometown special. If you are traveling solo, bring a small journal with you. Use the time at the cafe to write notes about your day’s experiences.
- Take photos of everything. Even if you pass the place every day going to work or running errands, stop and take a photo. Try different angles. The final results may surprise you.
- After each hometown adventure, create a scrapbook with photos, postcards, and notes.
Have fun! Enjoy your day acting like a tourist in your hometown.
Autumn is the perfect season to snuggle under your favorite blanket and watch movies. Grab your favorite mug filled with hot chocolate, make popcorn with lots of butter, and find a new fall favorite. If you need inspiration, check out the following films to watch in autumn.
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- Sweet Home Alabama (2002)
- Little Women (2019)
- Love Story (1970)
- Always Be My Maybe (2019)
- Mystic Pizza (1988)
- When Harry Met Sally (1989)
- Soul Food (1997)
- Runaway Bride (1999)
- Roman Holiday (1953)
- A Walk to Remember (2002)
- Under an Autumn Moon (2018)
- The Lake House (2006)
- Casablanca (1942)
- Save the Last Dance (2001)
- If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)
- Rudy (1993)
- The Notebook (2004)
- Friday Night Lights (2004)
- 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
- A Star Is Born (2018)
- St. Elmo’s Fire (1985)
- October Sky (1999)
- You’ve Got Mail (1998)
- Home for Harvest (2020)
- P.S. I Love You (2007)
- Hoosiers (1986)
- Autumn in New York (2000)
- Maid in Manhattan (2002)
- Dead Poets Society (1989)
- Falling for Vermont (2017)
- Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
- Sweet November (2001)
- Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
- Autumn Stables (2018)
- To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018)
- Love and Basketball (2000)
- Titanic (1997)
- The Blind Side (2009)
- Sylvie’s Love (2020)
- Love Actually (2003)
Do you have a favorite autumn movie? Happy watching!
Today, September 22, is the first official day of fall. The season brings a change to the landscape with colorful leaves and frosty mornings. Artists have been singing about the changing seasons for decades. Do you have a favorite? Check out the following autumn songs to add to your playlist this season.
- “Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day (2004)
- “Autumn In New York” by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald
- ‘Autumn Leaves” by Eva Cassidy (1996)
- “Colder Weather” by Zac Brown Band (2010)
- “November Rain” by Guns N’ Roses (1992)
- “Harvest Moon” by Neil Young (1992)
- “Harvest Time” by Luke Bryan (2011)
- “September Song” by Frank Sinatra
- “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire (1978)
- “Indian Summer” by Ella Fitzgerald
- “September in the Rain” by Dinah Washington
- “The Last Leaf” by The Cascades
- “Autumn Waltz” by Tony Bennet
- “Forever Autumn” by Justin Hayward (1978)
- “Autumn Serenade” by John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman (1963)
- “Shine on Harvest Moon” by the Four Aces
- “’Tis Autumn” by Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass
- “Autumn’s Not That Cold” by Lorrie Morgan (1991)
- “Autumn Town Leaves” by Iron & Wine (2018)
- “Just Like Autumn” by The Tuesday Crew, Carly Bannister, Jordy Searcy (2018)
- “October” by U2 (1981)
- “Sweater Weather” by The Neighbourhood (2013)
- “Pale September” by Fiona Apple (1996)
- “Autumn Almanac” by The Kinks (1967)
- “When Fall Comes to New England” by Cheryl Wheeler (1993)
- “Autumn Sweater” by Yo La Tengo (1997)
- “September” by Corb Lund (2012)
- “Harvest Fair” by Summer Salt (2019)
- “Autumn Song” by Van Morrison
- “Chill of an Early Fall” by George Strait
- “The Last Day of Summer” by The Cure
- “Boys of Fall” by Kenny Chesney
Today, September 22, 2022, at 9:03 pm EST in the Northern Hemisphere, marks the official first day of autumn. The fall season ushers in cooler temperatures and beautiful foliage. If you are looking for ways to celebrate the autumn equinox, check out the following for inspiration.
Enjoying nature is the best way to celebrate the autumn equinox. Spend as much time as possible outdoors. Enjoy the fresh air.
- Go on a hike.
- Go stargazing.
- Grab your camera and go on a nature walk.
- Gather pinecones, acorns, twigs, leaves, rocks, and other nature items for crafts.
- Have a picnic in the park.
- Read a book while sitting under your favorite tree.
- Mediate outdoors.
Create a Feast
The autumn season is historically a time to harvest crops. Make a meal or dessert with freshly harvested fruits and vegetables.
- Make a stew in your crock pot. The smell will fill the entire house.
- Bake an apple or pumpkin pie.
- Make fresh soup from squash, pumpkin, or potatoes.
- Eat fruit including apples, pears, and berries.
- Make zucchini bread.
- Create a salad from fall harvest vegetables
- Eat corn on the cob or fresh carrots.
Staying home? That’s okay. There are still small ways to celebrate the autumn equinox.
- Read a fall-themed book.
- Watch an autumn-inspired movie.
- Light a candle with a fall-related scent.
- Listen to autumn-themed music.
- Start a journal.
- Do autumn crafts.
- Decorate your home in autumn-inspired colors.
Enjoy the start of the season with these simple ways to celebrate the autumn equinox. Happy fall!
Fall ushers in cooler weather, football games, tailgating, and changing leaves. The season is a great time to enjoy everything Autumn. Gather your friends and family to make a fall bucket list. If you need inspiration, check out the following ideas for your fall bucket list.
- Go apple picking.
- Watch cider pressing.
- Bake a homemade apple pie.
- Go on a hayride.
- Go to a pumpkin patch.
- Hike in a state or national park.
- Host a bonfire.
- Make a fall wreath.
- Eat pumpkin spice waffles or pancakes.
- Make a DIY bird feeder.
- Press wildflowers.
- Make a scrapbook of your summer adventures.
- Rake fallen leaves into large piles and jump in.
- Take a fall family or friends’ professional photo.
- Go on a nature walk.
- Photograph the colorful foliage.
- Eat pumpkin cheesecake.
- Have a fall picnic.
- Eat a Carmel apple.
- Go to a football game.
- Go to a homecoming parade
- Make homemade apple jelly, apple butter, or apple sauce.
- Make a scarecrow.
- Visit a fall-themed festival.
- Host a game night.
- Do fall crafts.
- Drink pumpkin spiced latte.
- Go star gazing.
- Go to a farmer’s market for fresh vegetables and fruit.
- Make an entire meal from your farmers’ market finds.
- Decorate with items from nature.
- Make homemade chili and bread.
- Go Geocaching.
- Host or attend a fall scavenger hunt.
- Visit a brewery or winery.
- Build a blanket fort.
- Host a movie night.
- Read by the fireplace on a cold autumn night.
- Plant autumn flowers.
- Light fall candles
Have a fantastic autumn season!
The official first day of Autumn is almost here! Are you ready for the changing leaves and cooler temperatures? If you are searching for the right words to add to your social media posts, check out the following quotes for autumn.
- “Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.” — John Howard Bryant
- “Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.” — Yoko Ono
- “I would rather sit on a pumpkin, and have it all to myself, than be crowded on a velvet cushion.” — Henry David Thoreau
- “Autumn… the year’s last, loveliest smile.” – William Cullen Bryant
- “I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L.M. Montgomery
- “Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go.” – Unknown
- “Is not this a true autumn day? Just the still melancholy that I love—that makes life and nature harmonize.” – George Eliot
- “If a year was tucked inside of a clock, then autumn would be the magic hour.” – Victoria Erickson
- “Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple.” – J.K. Rowling
- “I cannot endure to waste anything so precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne
- “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” — Albert Camus
- “It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.” — Sarah Addison Allen
- “I loved autumn, the one season of the year that God seemed to have put there just for the beauty of it.” — Lee Maynard
- “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald
- “Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits.” — Samuel Butler
- “No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace as I have seen in one autumnal face.” — John Donne
- “Go, sit upon the lofty hill, and turn your eyes around, Where waving woods and waters wild Do hymn an autumn sound. The summer sun is faint on them— The summer flowers depart— Sit still— as all transform’d to stone, Except your musing heart.” -Elizabeth Barrett Browning
- “Listen! The wind is rising, and the air is wild with leaves / We have had our summer evenings, now for October eves!” — Humbert Wolfe
- “I hope I can be the autumn leaf, who looked at the sky and lived. And when it was time to leave, gracefully it knew life was a gift.” – Dodinsky
- “A fallen leaf is nothing more than a summer’s wave goodbye.” – Unknown
- “And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of trees and changing leaves…” — Virginia Woolf
- “If you run, then allow those first few breaths on a cool Autumn day to FREEZE your lungs and do not just be alarmed, be ALIVE.” — Kyle Lake
- Why did dusk and fir-scent and the afterglow of autumnal sunsets make people say absurd things?” — L.M. Montgomery
- “Give me juicy autumnal fruit, ripe and red from the orchard.” — Walt Whitman
- “The tints of autumn…a mighty flower garden blossoming under the spell of the enchanter, frost.” — John Greenleaf Whittier
- “Autumn is as joyful and sweet as an untimely end.” — Rémy de Gourmont
- “Autumn is the hardest season. The leaves are all falling, and they’re falling like / they’re falling in love with the ground.” — Andrea Gibson
- “Autumn leaves don’t fall, they fly. They take their time and wander on this their only chance to soar.” — Delia Owens
- “Autumn lingered on as if fond of its own perfection.” — Winston Graham
- “And I rose / In rainy autumn / And walked abroad in a shower of all my days…” — Dylan Thomas
- “Fall has always been my favorite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” — Lauren DeStefano
- “The heat of autumn is different from the heat of summer. One ripens apples, the other turns them to cider.” — Jane Hirshfield
- “It was one of those perfect English autumnal days which occur more frequently in memory than in life.” — P.D. James
- “Two sounds of autumn are unmistakable…the hurrying rustle of crisp leaves blown along the street…by a gusty wind, and the gabble of a flock of migrating geese.” — Hal Borland
- “Just as a painter needs light in order to put the finishing touches to his picture, so I need an inner light, which I feel I never have enough of in the autumn.” — Leo Tolstoy
- “Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.” — Jim Bishop
- “There is something incredibly nostalgic and significant about the annual cascade of autumn leaves.” — Joe L. Wheeler
- “I can smell autumn dancing in the breeze. The sweet chill of pumpkin, and crisp sunburnt leaves.”– Ann Drake
- “Winter is an etching, Spring a watercolor, Summer an oil painting and Autumn a mosaic of them all.” — Stanley Horowitz
- “Autumn dresses up in gold; the richest season of the soul.”— Angie Weiland Crosby
Are you ready for the fall season? The first official day of autumn is just around the corner! The changing seasons are a perfect opportunity to add photos to your social media platforms. When you use hashtags, your posts receive more attention. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following hashtags for autumn.