Halloween on last Saturday of October

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We have holidays that are observed on different dates every year; Thanksgiving, Easter, Memorial Day, and Labor Day.  Halloween is a holiday celebrated by families, FOR CHILDREN, on the 31st of October, but would be better for families, and especially children, if the holiday was always observed on a Saturday.  Changing the holiday to the last Saturday of October would give more parents an opportunity to celebrate and participate in Halloween festivities with their children, as well as alleviate Halloween interfering with "school night" or "work night" routines.  Let's not allow "tradition" to impede the logical solution to a holiday, that has no significant historical reason to ALWAYS be observed on the 31st of October, being changed to a more practical date on the calendar.  Changing the holiday to the last Saturday of October would alleviate the stresses that come with a midweek holiday that doesn't give children or parents a day off of school or work to enjoy festivities.  Let's be honest, midweek Halloweens weren't cool when we were kids and they certainly aren't while we are parents.  Let's change it!



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