Here are a few ideas for Halloween night if you're not big on tricks and treats.

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    Ragin Cajuns Basketball

    Avoid the trick or treaters and traffic in your neighborhood by watching the women's Cajuns basketball team take on LSU - Alexandria. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. at the Cajundome.

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    Watch A Horror Movie

    You may not care about Halloween or trick or treating anymore, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a good scary movie. Our Chris Meaux has a list of suggestions for just about anyone's taste.

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    Have A Non - Halloween Party

    Gather those of your friends who also don't have a reason to celebrate Halloween and have a 'non - Halloween' party or dinner. It's a weeknight, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun.

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    Go On A Date

    Halloween night is a great night for a date. Going to dinner on Halloween night means no demands for reservations and no waits because of no big parties.

    Halloween is also a great night to take a date to the movies. There are no young children or teens on cell phones to disrupt the movie, and there are a couple of scary movies out now to ensure you have a fun time with your date.

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    Stay Home and Turn Out the Lights

    If none of these ideas work for you, just stay home and sit in the dark. If you turn your lights on, the little ghouls will be looking for you as they trick or treat down your block. Or you could always just give in and run to the drugstore and pick up a few bags of candy on the way home tonight.