Have last years Halloween costume taking up space in your closet? Looking for a new costume to scare the neighborhood ghouls away, but don’t want to leave your wallet a ghost town? Participate in National Halloween Costume Swap Day and get rid of the clutter, save some money, and put your old costume to good use! It’s the green thing to do!
Hundreds of communities across the country will gather this weekend to “swap” old costumes for new as a way to celebrate Halloween in an environmentally friendly and affordable way.
WHO: Families, neighborhoods, schools and libraries holding free Halloween “Costume Swaps” in their communities.
WHAT: National Costume Swap Day – October 13, 2012.
WHEN: Most events are on October 13th at various times, though swaps are happening throughout October.
WHERE: Nationwide. For specific events please visit
WHY: Green America’s Green Halloween® program has helped to organize more than 150 costume swaps in 37+ states around the country. Costume Swaps save money and resources, build community, and help families to celebrate in a more eco-friendly way!
Here is a list of the Costume Swaps happening this weekend:
Reduce, reuse, recycle! You can make a difference too!