“Mom, what am I going be for Halloween?”
National Costume Swap Day Canada Changes How We Dress Ourselves Up!
How Do I Host A Swap?
The Key Factors
- Finding a Location to host your swap
- Setting a date for your swap
- Advertising and spreading the word
- Get some volunteers to help
What I Love About Doing A Costume Swap
You can register your swap at NCSDC which is also cool as they do a lot to help us be and stay prepared. You get a welcome package, get to be a part of something fun and easy to do. You also get to make your kids happy by involving them and even letting them hang out and help out if you wish.
Note: If you can’t host a swap yourself in your local area but know of a small business like children’s thrift shops, book stores, or natural food stores. You can suggest they host a swap. This a great way to get media attention for their store at next to no cost for them. Send them Captain Costume logo and a note on how awesome National Costume Swap Day Canada is and do something as a community together!