Halloween in Stapleton. WOW. The Stapleton Home Team hopes you a had a fun and safe Halloween!
Kids—The very concept of Halloween might rattle your brains. Free candy for kids? Something so wonderful and godly couldn’t possibly exist, you might say. But believe it. We wish you the best in your endeavor to get as much candy as possible.
Pre-teens—The question of when it is still socially acceptable to trick-or-treat might cross your mind. Our answer: If your love of candy is still strong enough to wear a weird outfit that may not fit quite right, then enjoy the night!
Adults—As we grow older, it becomes more rare to fill up with glee over simple things. But Halloween is a time to celebrate simple victories like a big candy bar or feeling like a real superhero in a costume hidden beneath a winter coat. (I can’t remember a Colorado Halloween that isn’t freezing or snowing). So, join in the simple fun with your kids.
Admittedly, I have been Halloween-ing. A longtime tradition of mine, each year I build a haunted house, and with the help of three of four friends we scare passerbys, as seen below.
Halloween reminds me of why I love Stapleton. Populated with young families, this area is vibrant right now. Cobweb-covered houses, carved pumpkins, perhaps a fall beer for the adults—it’s a fun time in the family-oriented neighborhoods of northeast Denver.
For families who don’t want to go door to door, another trick-or-treating option was the Police District Two and Five 20th Annual Halloween Party and Haunted House at the Denver Police Academy, 2155 Akron Way, there was so many kids and tons of candy, arcade games and trick-or-treating.
To all—In the aftermath of the best holliday of the year try to control the sugar intake, if possible, clean up and pack away the spider webs and body parts until next year. It was so much fun.
If you have any questions of how you can get into this great Halloween neighborhood give the Stapleton Home Team a call.
Happy Halloween from the Stapleton Home Team!