The Halloween spirit is in the air - soon children will be dressing up and hitting the town for some Trick-or-Treating. But how old is too old, when it comes to Halloween?

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Can adults still dress up for Halloween? Should they? This is the big question today on your Workday Kick-Off with Matt and Naomi. Sure, there is an age when Trick-or-Treating just isn't the thing to do anymore. Usually there is a span of not dressing up, and Halloween 'is a kid holiday' in the teenage years, but what about after that?

Into college, it seems acceptable to dress up for Halloween - with costume-themed events and parties. And the same holds true as you get into your 20s and 30s - more Halloween parties and such. But what if there is no event or party to go to? Is it acceptable to dress up and hand out candy to the kids Trick-or-Treating? Is it acceptable to dress up and be a character in your own 'haunted yard' on Halloween?

What do you think? Are you still dressing up for Halloween? Or is this a time for the children to go out and have fun, and adults shouldn't be dressing up? Vote now:

Make sure you listen during the Workday Kick-Off on Lite 98.7 as Matt and Naomi share the results, and find out once and for all, if there is an age-limit on Halloween.

 

 

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