During the Fall season, there are many different activities to do, but due to the coronavirus, some of these activities might be changing, or no longer happening. In years past, many people would do things like corn mazes, haunted houses, carving pumpkins, and sometimes parades. Due to different social distancing actions, some rules and guidelines have changed.
This year, haunted houses are still one of the main attractions during this time of the year, even with the coronavirus going on. A haunted house is when you walk into a building or generalized area, usually a house, that is filled with people in costumes, props, and terrifying scenes, all meant to scare the people coming into the attraction. Sometimes the people chase you, jump scare you, or are just there to frighten you by looking at you.
Corn mazes are also still here during the coronavirus pandemic. A corn maze is an attraction set up in a cornfield where people typically enter from one side of the maze and attempt to find their way to the exit. These are usually giant mazes consisting of many paths that are made to confuse the people walking through. Some corn mazes even have people in them that try to scare the people walking through.
Carving pumpkins is something that has always been around. Carving pumpkins isn’t anything that involves any type of social gathering, besides when getting a pumpkin of course. When you carve a pumpkin, you normally would cut off the top, take all of the seeds and guts out of the pumpkin, and then cut a design into one