Did you see an teal pumpkins while out trick-or-treating last year around the Twin Ports? If not, you may run into some this year while you're out in the Duluth-Superior area. Here's the meaning, and some of the places you might find them this year.
I grew up in Wrenshall so I lived the country side of trick or treating. There has always been definite differences between country and city trick or treating but now even more so, due to the world we live in and safety. It's sad that some sinister people actually put a legitimate scare into the art of trick or treating.
If you have ever been with someone who is experiencing a reaction to a food allergy, it can be an extremely scary and serious situation. Children and their families in our area and across the US have to be so very careful during the Halloween trick or treat season due to their food allergies. But, three years ago the Teal Pumpkin Project was started and it changed Halloween for kids with food al
The third annual "Haunted Happenings" trick or treating stop will make its way to Harrison Community Center in Lincoln Park on October 31. Families are invited to stop by between 4 and 7:30 pm. This year's theme is "The Tragic Tale of the Timber Beast"
Boo at the Zoo is a Northland tradition for may families and tomorrow will be the last Saturday this year to keep that tradition. Don't let the construction on Grand Avenue SCARE you, the humans at the Lake Superior Zoo, 7210 Fremont Street, Duluth have it all figured out and have made it very easy. Why not take advantage of the safe trick or treating environment?