In Switzerland we don’t celebrate Halloween. But we have a kind a related tradition with the 🎃
We call it “Räbeliechtli” (turnip-lights)
They are made out of a white turnip. It’s actually a thing for children. Most they made them in school and then take them at home.
Some day in middle November (depends on which state and which town) there are a kind a parade in the early morning where all children from the town walk (it’s called “Räbeliechtliumzug” turnip-lights parade) through the dark streets with their lights (the public street lights don’t get turned on during this parade). They walk through the streets and traditionally sing special “Räbeliechtliumzug” songs.