So what is Montana's top pick for favorite Halloween candy? I decided to do some research and was shocked at what I found. According to candystore.com, which has an interactive map of all of the favorite Halloween candy around the United States, number one in Montana is...
Easter (4/21) and National Jelly Bean Day (4/22) are falling on back-to-back days this year so sales of the sugary confection are expected to hit record levels. One candy maker is calling 2019 the "perfect storm for a jelly bean supernova."
The Downtown Billings Alliance is hosting a "safe Halloween alternative" this Wednesday, October 31st from Noon to 5pm. Participating business will have candy, prizes and other healthy treats along with special themes and activities.
The St. Patty's Day parade is 3 weeks from Saturday. If we don't get any warmer between now and then, they will have to cancel it . More people get hurt falling on the ice than trying to retrieve candy.........
The DBA in Billings wants stricter enforcement of the no candy for kids law at our parades. I think that's ridiculous. Candy at parades is about as American as you can get. What's next; no bicycles, no skate boarding, no sledding because of safety concerns...
Yes. There is a legitimate equation for figuring just how much Halloween candy you should buy for trick-or-treating!
The housing blog Apartment Therapy has come up with a formula. The formula is as follows...
kids in your neighborhood
servings in one bag of candy
quality of decorations in the neighborhood on a scale of 1 to 5
quality of the weather on a scale of 1 t