Calling all ghosts, ghouls, goblins, and their moms and dads! Southern Tier Lowe’s Home Improvement stores will be hosting a curbside trick-or-treat because they understand our kids have been through a lot this year and want to help put a smile on their faces.

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In a press release, Joe McFarland, Lowe's executive vice president of stores said,

We know that customers still want to celebrate Halloween, even if the holiday may look different for us this year. While the pandemic has changed many elements of everyday life, the tradition of trick-or-treating doesn't have to be one of them.

McFarland continued,

Our associates take great pride in serving our communities, and as we all find new ways to safely celebrate the holiday, we look forward to welcoming families to our drive-through curbside trick-or-treating events this year.

The Lowe’s Curbside Trick-or-Treat will take place on Thursday, October 22, and on Thursday, October 29 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. each date. Space is limited, so each family will need to register each of their children so that no kid has to miss out on the opportunity for sweet treats and their very own pumpkin.

Starting on October 10, families can visit the Lowe’s website to register their children and reserve their spot. Costumes aren’t necessary when parents drive their children through the Curbside Trick-or-Treat, but the store associates would love to see little ones dressed up.

In Broome County, Lowe's on the Vestal Parkway and on Upper Front Street will be participating. Outside of Broome County, the Lowe's locations in Sayre, Ithaca, Cortlandville, Norwich, and Big Flats will also be hosting Curbsite Trick-or-Treat events.

Looking for more? Broome County Parks and the Afton Fairgrounds are also both planning to host drive-through style Halloween events for children this year.