What's all this about some towns and communities moving Halloween to a different day?
I had never heard of such a thing, but apparently it's quite common. For example, city officials in Oxford, Massachusetts moved trick-or-treating to Saturday, Nov. 1 (instead of Friday, Oct. 31) because of safety concerns. At first rescheduling a holiday seemed like crazy talk to me, but if it means protecting our little Tiggers, I can certainly see the point.
Does your community do this? What do you think about it?