What's open, closed on President's Day
A kind reminder that today is President's Day. Here's a handy guide for what is open and closed in the Twin Cities.
From the Star Tribune :
SENDING MAIL: All post offices closes except the 24-hour office at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
MONEY: TCF in-store and traditional branches are open normal hours. U.S. Bank branches are open. Call Wells Fargo for hours.
FOOD: Major supermarkets are open.
SHOPPING: Most malls are open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call for hours.
BUSES/TRAINS: Metro Transit buses and light-rail trains will follow regular schedules. Call 612-373-3333 or visit the Metro Transit site for more information.
ON-STREET PARKING: Parking meters not enforced in Minneapolis and St. Paul, but the University of Minnesota will enforce meters. Minneapolis parks will enforce meters unless noted on the meter.
SCHOOL: Many public schools are closed; check with your local district. The University of Minnesota is open.
GOVERNMENT: Local, state, and federal offices are closed.
LIBRARIES: Most are closed, but Hennepin County Suburban branches are open.
WORKING OUT: Call your gym or recreation center for hours.
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