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For the first time since World War II, people in all parts of the world will be able to see the Oct. 31 Blue Moon. It is called the blue moon because it's the second full moon of the same month, following the harvest moon of Oct. 1 through Oct. 3. Despite all the creative Halloween full Moon pictures, a full Moon occurring on Halloween is not a common occurrence and only happens every 18 to 19 years.
Halloween—also known as All Hallows’ Eve—always occurs on October 31; it’s only the day of the week that changes from year to year.
Plan a marathon of Halloween-themed movies or TV shows. The Branigan Library offers Kanopy, a video streaming service. To start watching for free you just need your library card.
To see the full list of movie recommendations, divided by age groups, click here
Instead of trick-or-treating around the neighborhood, children can trick-or-treat around the home or at the backyard. Hide treats, create clues, and send your child on a spooky scavenger hunt. Click here to enter the adventure.