Halloween begins the yearly period of time that is dedicated to remembering the dead. Celebrated differently across the world, it is typically a fun holiday for people to dress up in costumes and for children to go trick-or-treating around their communities.
Halloween is not an official Iceland holiday, but in recent years more and more people have begun to celebrate it. The popular grocery stores have started to sell pumpkins and even a few creepy decorations. The holiday is the most popular among the children who dress up as different figures. The idea of dressing up has also spread to adults due to an uptake in Halloween parties.