A Lewiston Halloween tradition goes “drive-thru”

A Lewiston man known for handing out king-sized candy bars will be shifting to a drive-thru format to keep his Halloween tradition alive during the COVID-19 outbreak.Instead having people come to his home, Peter Geiger is hoping trick-or-treaters can be driven over to the Geiger Building on Mount Hope Avenue.People will be able to drive from Mt. Hope, circle past the cemetery and then around the back of the building, viewing all kinds of spooky displays along the way. Candy will be handed out in paper bags. The man behind it all says it will be different, but it will be good different.”I want people to have fun one more time before the years over, and despite everything that’s been negative, I want to have one positive experience, and so my part is to provide Halloween.” Geiger said.He adds bags of candy will be given to everyone dressed up for the spooky holiday and perhaps a bonus candy bar if the car is also sporting Halloween decorations.

A Lewiston man known for handing out king-sized candy bars will be shifting to a drive-thru format to keep his Halloween tradition alive during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Instead having people come to his home, Peter Geiger is hoping trick-or-treaters can be driven over to the Geiger Building on Mount Hope Avenue.

People will be able to drive from Mt. Hope, circle past the cemetery and then around the back of the building, viewing all kinds of spooky displays along the way.

Candy will be handed out in paper bags.

The man behind it all says it will be different, but it will be good different.

“I want people to have fun one more time before the years over, and despite everything that’s been negative, I want to have one positive experience, and so my part is to provide Halloween.” Geiger said.

He adds bags of candy will be given to everyone dressed up for the spooky holiday and perhaps a bonus candy bar if the car is also sporting Halloween decorations.