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About Halloween
Halloween, also called All Hallows Eve or All Saints’ Eve, is celebrated on October 31 of each year. Halloween is celebrated primarily in the western world, originating in Ireland and gaining popularity when Irish immigrants brought the practice over during the 1846 Irish Potato Famine. Halloween is also celebrated in Scotland, Isle of Man, England, Wales, Canada, Mexico, Sweden, Italy and other places in Europe. Although the most popular Halloween tradition is to dress up in costume, other Halloween activities include trick-or-treating for candy, hay rides and ghost tours, reading scary stories or watching scary movies, costume parties, carving jack-o’-lanterns and more. Candy Corn is a popular candy that is available exclusively during the Halloween season. Many television shows produce annual Halloween shows, but none more than The Simpsons, which will produce their 20th Halloween special in 2009.
MarkTheDay.com is a useful tool for organizing your Halloween holiday tasks. Using MarkTheDay.com, you can create custom email reminders to aid in accomplishing tasks and remembering appointments in conjunction with the Halloween holiday season.
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