Utah

Where did trick or treating come from?

The custom of 'trick or treat' probably has several origins, mostly Irish. An old Irish peasant practice called for going door to door to collect money, bread cake, cheese, eggs, butter, nuts, apples, etc., in preparation for the festival of St. Columbus Kill. Yet another custom was the begging ...

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What is Pioneer Day?

Pioneer Day is a celebration of the arrival of the early pioneers in the Salt Lake valley in Utah. That was on July 24, 1847. Some people think that it is a celebration of Utah gaining statehood, but that wasn't until January 4, 1896, and Pioneer Day was celebrated much earlier.

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How can you get your mom to take you trick or treating?

Ask your mother nicely to take you.

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What are opinions on the best places to go trick-or-treating?

the best place to go trick-or-treating is out in center ville why? *there are alot of people to watch the children and they can get (alot of candy)!

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Are there any places in the US that prohibit trick-or-treating?

This is funny: It's against the law in Norfolk VA. to trick-or-treat after 8 p.m. or to do it if you're older than 12. Violations are Class 4 misdemeanors, punishable by a fine of up to $250. Thats the only thing I found but I hear most places want you to stop around 8 or 9pm but not enforced str...

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How Did Trick or Treating come to be?

how did trick-or-treating began

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How do you do trick or treating?

You dress up in a Halloween costume and go door to door on oct.31st and say trick or treat. then they will give you candy... wrong.... trick or treating the last five years (where I live) hasn't been on the 31st.

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What day is for trick or treating in Utah?

Utah is strange when it comes to Trick-or-Treating. If Halloween falls on a Sunday, Trick-or-Treating usually takes place the day before Halloween. But since this hear Halloween falls on a Monday, Trick-or-Treating will take place on Halloween as usual.

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