Holiday Date Ideas

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Holiday Date Ideas


The last months of the year, October through December, have many holidays. Most of which are date-worthy. Though grades are a important to high schoolers, dating also makes the “high-priority” list. Date plans can be difficult to come up with, so here are some ideas specifically for the holiday season:


October Dates:

  1. Scary movie night

          – Cuddle up on the couch and watch movies like Scream, Charade, When A Stranger calls, (etc).

  1. Go to a pumpkin patch
  2. Carving/painting pumpkin competition

             -Turn on Halloween music while you carve/paint.

      4. Go to a haunted house

          -This is essential during the spooky season.

November Dates:

  1. Fall photoshoot

          -You will eventually figure out who the better photographer is.

  1. Go admire foliage in the canyon
  1. Go on a fall hike

            -Bring a picnic and eat when you get to the desired point on the hike.

  1. Host a “Friendsgiving Feast” with other dates                                                                                                                                 -Invite friends over and require each couple to be in charge of a dish
  1. Go to a drive-in movie

                 -Make sure to bring warm blankets and sweaters because it might get chilly.


December Dates:

  1. Christmas movie marathon
  1. Sledding followed by hot cocoa

-The warm beverage will warm you up after you have an unplanned snowball fight.

  1. Make a gingerbread house
  1. Drive around and look at Christmas lights

-Listen to Christmas music while you admire the lights.

  1. Go thrifting and buy ugly sweaters and decorate them

-Have a competition to see who can make the ugliest Christmas-themed sweater.

Hopefully this gave some of you some ideas on some festive dates during the most wonderful time of the year.


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