Halloween is a favorite holiday for kids; it's the one day of the year when you can get dressed up and ask other people for candy. As fun as Halloween is, it's a good idea for parents to encourage kids to practice safe habits when trick or treating. Here are some safety tips to keep in mind this and every Halloween.
Creepy crawlers, ghosts, goblins, zombies and vampires can all be quite scary to toddlers and small children on Halloween. Besides, there are many more ways to celebrate Halloween without all those frightening sights! From North to South, New Jersey has lots to offer the little ones this Halloween weekend. Grab the kids for a weekend of Fall family fun including hay rides, face painting, parades, pumpkins and more with this list of 7 of the best, not-so-scary Halloween activities and events taking place in New Jersey!
Halloween is the one day out of the year where you can get away with looking completely ridiculous. Every year, Halloween costumes become crazier than they were the year before. With so many options to choose from, it can get tricky to decide which character you should dress up as. Here is a list of new and top selling Halloween costumes for 2013.
There are plenty of great things to do around The Garden State. Whether you're looking to take your family out for a day, or to spend a nice evening with someone special, there is always something fun to do in New Jersey. Six lucky winners will be enjoying some of the exciting things New Jersey has to offer, thanks to The Jersey Prize Club!
Emergencies come without warning. Having an evacuation plan will increase your chances of staying safe in emergency situations. If you own a pet, you should include them in your evacuation plans and know what to do in the event you are forced to leave your pet behind. Here are some tips on how to keep your pet safe during an emergency.
This October, many people are wearing pink to show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness. Several stores are holding campaigns that will donate a portion of the money you spend on pink items to raise money for Breast Cancer Foundations. Take a look at some of the products you can buy to show your support for a cure for Breast Cancer.
Power outages can occur at any time. In some cases, we are able to know if a power outage could strike, but most times we are unaware of when we will lose electricity. In cases like these, it’s important to be prepared for an outage, so that your chances of staying safe are increased. Here are some tips of how to prepare for an unexpected power loss.
Snowstorm season is approaching. It’s important to be prepared to make sure you are ready for a snowstorm that may hit your area. Planning for an emergency ahead of time could increase your chances of safety. Here are some tips to help you be prepared for a potential snowstorm this season.
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