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Your Guide to October

Eat, drink, and be scary!



World Animal Day

The beauty and diversity of the animal kingdom is truly breathtaking. Take time to appreciate it by watching a wildlife documentary, donating to a shelter, or just cuddling your pets.



 

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Celebrate the rich culture of Native Americans today! This is a great opportunity to learn more about the history and traditions of indigenous peoples in America.



 

Sweetest Day

This holiday is an opportunity to express your love and appreciation for all the special people who brighten your life!





 

World Food Day

Efforts are taking place across 150 countries today to end hunger and promote food security for all. Join in by donating to a food bank, hosting a food drive, or learning more about how to help!

 


Get Smart About Credit Day

What’s a good credit score, and how can you use credit responsibly? Learn more about credit scores and take control of this vital number!


 

Halloween

Legendary horror actor Vincent Price said, “It’s as much fun to scare as to be scared.” Hey … try both today! (Or just eat some candy.)



It’s the most spook-tacular holiday of the year, but how much do you know about it? Hold your friends spellbound with this magical collection of Halloween trivia!



  1. Make sure kids (and adults!) trick-or-treat safely: Stick to well-lit sidewalks, cross at the corner, and put cell phones down while walking.

  2. Use reflective tape on costumes and bags to improve visibility.

  3. Drive carefully and watch for pedestrians at intersections and crosswalks.

  4. Handing out treats? Clear your sidewalk so little ghouls and goblins have a clear path, and put out extra lights if possible.


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