When is Halloween?
On Friday night, October 31, the first full day of Halloween in the United States will begin.
This year, Halloween falls on Friday, October 28.
The full moon has been observed throughout the month of October, with the moon rising at 11:55 p.m.
Eastern Standard Time on October 28, which is also the time of the full moon on October 31.
With this full moon, the total lunar eclipse begins on October 30, with a total solar eclipse occurring on November 4.
On Halloween, many Halloween celebrations are held.
There is also an annual Halloween parade in Chicago.
In addition, there is a variety of costumes that you can purchase for Halloween, including masks, face paint, scarves, hats, gloves, headbands, scarabs, masks, gloves and a variety others.
Additionally, Halloween is often called the “Night of the Long Knives.”
For the latest information on Halloween in Illinois, visit halloween.illinois.gov or facebook.com/halloweeninilinois.
There are also many other ways to celebrate Halloween in Chicago including, gatherings, family fun, costume contests, arts and crafts, costume parties, parades, street parties, parties, Halloween crafts, street festivals and more.
As for Halloween in other parts of the country, many people will dress up in costumes for Halloween.
For example, in Ohio, Halloween is celebrated with street fairs, costume parades and other events, but there are also other ways that people can enjoy Halloween as well.
Holidays are also celebrated in many other places in the world. Check out this article for a list of other countries where Halloween is celebrated, or visit the official website for more information on countries celebrating Halloween.