Howl-oween in April; why people are dressing up tonight, howling

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DENVER (KDVR)– Each night at 8 o’clock, neighbors go out onto their balconies or patios to howl and cheer. On Wednesday, the howling will move to a new level: Howloween. A chance for neighbors to not only go out and howl, but to also dress up in costumes while howling.

Shelsea Ochoa and Brice Maiurro started the Go Outside and Howl at 8 p.m. Facebook page.

While people howl for different reasons, many see it as a chance to celebrate the medical first responders on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis.

Read More: Colorado communities continue to show solidarity, howl together at 8 every night

The description in the Facebook post states, “April 22nd, the New Moon, is Howloween! Get out your costumes, cover your tulips in fake spiderwebs and prepare to Howl at 8pm in your time zone!”

https://www.facebook.com/events/3331883063598405/

If you dress up in your costume, we would love to see it! You can share your photo by clicking the “submit your photo” button at the bottom of the article. There is even a chance we share your picture on TV or social media.

Read more: Technology helps Loveland boy with disability learn how to howl

Happy Howl-oween!

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