(NEXSTAR) – With Easter now upon us, many families will be getting together for egg hunts, basket swaps, and likely, a large meal. Forgot a basket-stuffer, a side dish, or, even worse, the holiday ham?

Before you run to the store, be aware – some have closed their doors for Easter Sunday.

Here’s a look at which grocery stores are – and aren’t – open for Easter:

ALDI: Easter Sunday is one of the four holidays ALDI closes its stores for, according to the company’s website.

Central Market: Both Austin stores are closed Easter, according to the company’s website.

Costco: No last-minute purchases here – Costco locations are closed on Easter.

CVS: Many locations will remain open for Easter, a spokesperson tells Nexstar, but some pharmacies may be closed or working with reduced hours. You can call ahead to check your store’s hours or check online here.

H-E-B: Stores are closed Easter, including curbside and home delivery services.

Kroger: According to the chain, the Kroger family of stores will be open for their regular hours on Easter Sunday.

Sam’s Club: You won’t find an open Sam’s Club on Easter — it’s one of four holidays the retailer closes.

Sprouts: Your local Sprouts store will be open for business on Easter Sunday.

Target: You won’t be able to make a Target run on Easter — stores will be closed.

Trader Joe’s: Stores will be open until 5 p.m. on Easter Sunday, according to the company’s website.

Walgreens: Stores will be open but pharmacy hours may vary. You can check your Walgreens location’s hours here.

Walmart: Your local Walmart will be open but hours for services like the pharmacy or vision center may vary. You can check your location’s hours here.

Whole Foods: Though stores often have modified hours for other holidays, Whole Foods locations will have regular hours for Easter.

Don’t see your store listed? Before you head out, be sure to check your grocer’s hours online or over the phone.