By Anna Hazard
As the temperatures being to drop and the leaves begin to change (at least in some regions), this marks the time of year where autumn and winter holidays begin parading in -- starting with a classic favorite in Halloween.
While All Hallow's Eve is best known for its trick or treating festivities for children, it definitely remains a holiday meant for the young at heart as well as the young of body.
Even ignoring some of the gorier or scarier ways of celebrating (from full blown murder mystery parties to visiting the haunted houses that spring up like mushrooms around this time of year), there are plenty of spooktacular activities that seniors and elderly loved ones can easily participate in to join in the spirit of the holiday.
Here are some senior friendly activities listed below...
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