Should Halloween be moved to the last Saturday in October?

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Past year she and a group of friends also did the whole "Thriller" dance at a Halloween party, further proving her dedication to the holiday.

So far, the petition has about 39,500 signatures and is hoping to reach a target of 50,000.

Check out all the best costumes celebrities have rocked for this year's spooky festivities. With decorations galore, Halloween is a well thought out event for neighbors there and 2018 is no different.

Think back to your childhood days of Halloween festivities; you'd run home from school after a day packed with Halloween activities, and eagerly await your parent's vehicle pulling up in the driveway with takeout steaming up the windows.

"We always run out of candy and we get lots of people", Bremer's neighbor, David Hamburger, added.

Some people work all year on their Halloween costumes, creating works of art, be it Voldemort or Sansa Stark.

"I didn't even know that".

It wants the public's help in asking President Trump to move Halloween from October 31 to the last Saturday of October.

"I think it'd be great if it was on a weekend". Giving parents the opportunity to start trick or treating earlier in the day would avoid such issues.

Although, the main argument from parents seems to focus more on how the holiday celebration affects schedules. "They held hands here and there and it was very sweet", the source noted.

"In the school buildings, kids are hyped on that day so no matter when it falls, it's kind of a wasted day", he said.