Decomposers are an important part of the circle of life, but a part that we don’t often like to talk about. Vermiculture opens the door to demystify the deconstruction process through the disposal of food waste and creates nutrient rich compost to plant in to begin the cycle again. The best part is that it is easy and cheap to set up and requires very little maintenance for a great reward!
We asked our staff and activity leaders what they love about Halloween. Check out their answers in their own words below! […]
Though the modern take on Halloween is more commercial than ever, the current festivities can find their roots in the older celebrations from which the holiday as we know it was born. Let’s learn more about the history of Halloween and where it all began.
Create some spooky apothecary bottles to decorate your house! This craft can be made with little to no money and the customization possibilities are endless. [...]
Ghastly greetings, you spooky party ig-ghouls out there! What's that, you say? You plan to participate in the Spoopy Cookie Decorate-along during our famous and fa-boo-lous Halloween Party? Well, this here is a little prep post to get you ready for our sugary shenanigans.
This year at IGGPPCamp, everyone was invited to submit a ghost story based on prompts. (You can check out the winning entries here, here, and here if you want a trio good, creepy tales!) But there's one last story to tell. Enjoy. :)
At IGGPPCamp this past August, Troop Nook made terrariums. If you joined in on that craft, congratulations, you’re one step closer to today’s HallowIggles DIY Cemeterrarium. Get it? It’s a terrarium AND a cemetery. All in one? Yeah, you get it. If you were unable to join in that craft, we've got your how-to from top to bottom! Let's get spooky!
To get you in the mood for All Hallows’ Eve, we’ve collected some creepy classics for your viewing pleasure. A bit of horror, a smidgen of laughter, an unreliable narrator or two, and a big dollop of Alfred Hitchcock make for the perfect recipe of spooky movies.
This year’s 24-hour Halloween party is a sleepover! The staff have sneaked off to the haunted library for ghost stories, urban legends, and gossip. Come join us! We’ve got candy.
One of my favorite things about Halloween is when you can invent "new" names for food. In this case I wanted to use vampire blood, zombie brains and orc meat. For vampire blood we have the black pasta, which is made with squid ink. What can resemble like zombie brain? Shrimp, of course! And for orc meat? Spinach! And everything put together you will have a super yummy and healthy monster pasta dish to comfort you.
Whether you want a classic like The Haunting of Hill House or a more modern tale like World War Z, there's a scary read for every taste!
Spooky morning, everyone! Are you ready to start the day with the perfect Halloween Breakfast? […]
STUDENT DEBT! THE ECONOMY! TRUMP! Did I scare you? No? Well if that didn’t scare you try these horror podcasts to get you in the [...]
Being Halloween and all, we always need some special recipes to celebrate. Today, I’m sharing with you my latest recipe, which I hope you like! It’s [...]