Now 97.7. is handing out limited edition trick-or-treat bags all month long in the Hudson Valley.

When the candy is eaten and the pumpkins are wilted, it's time to put away the Halloween decorations. However, one thing you should keep out year-round is your limited edition Now 97.7 trick-or-treat bag. These bags are made of canvas and are totally reusable and repurposable for pretty much anything. Here are my five favorite things you can do with these bags to use them all year:

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1. Farmer's Market Bag
When you're at the Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market or the farmer's market by Vassar College, these bags are the PERFECT size to hold all of your finds. Maybe even use it when harvesting your own garden?

2. Travel Toiletry Bag
When you're taking a staycation to your favorite Hudson Valley spot, throw all your toiletries in these bags. Any styling tools will fit perfectly, makeup and hair products are sure to fit too. Lotions, perfumes, and all that jazz are meant for this bag

3. Emergency Bag To Keep In The Car
I don't know about you but I've had too many occasions where I wish I had a spare shirt, band-aid, or deodorant in my car. These bags are the perfect size to keep all those spare things you always wish you had in your car. Maybe even keep some jumper cables or flashlight in there?

4. Laundromat Essentials Bag
As someone who goes to the laundromat to do laundry, I know it's a real pain to carry the detergent, fabric softener, and dryer sheets, on top of my overflowing basket. This bag is perfect to throw all the laundry essentials in and carry on your shoulder as you haul your month's worth of laundry.

5. Home Organization and Storage
Have some odds and ends of sewing stuff for when you need a quick fix? Maybe the notorious random cords that you don't know what they're for but refuse to throw out? I know I'm guilty of both and these bags are perfect for all that, and any kind of storage.

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