This Monday is President's Day, a federal holiday which honors the birthday of George Washington and the other great Presidents of the United States.
Because the day is recognized as a holiday, several businesses, offices, and other places may have altered hours as a result. Below is a list of expected hours for various places.
National Parks: Parks are all expected to be open, and will all include free admission in honor of the holiday
Private Businesses: Check with local establishments to see what hours they may have. Some may be closed entirely, operate on a normal schedule, or have reduced hours.
Restaurants: Expect most chain restaurants to be open and operating with normal hours, though call ahead to check.
Retail Stores: If you need to do some shopping, all stores, including Costco, Walmart, Target, Kohls, Macy's Rite-Aid, CVS and more are not only expected to be open with normal hours, but most are also expected to offer big sales and deals in honor of the day.
Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA): All Commuter Rail, Buses and Trackless Trolleys will operate on a Saturday Schedule. Red, Orange, Blue, Green B/C/D/E and Mattapan Subway lines will also operate on a Saturday schedule. Silver Line subways, as well as all boat services, will operate on a weekday schedule.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA): Trains and buses will operate on Saturday Service schedules
Banks: Most banks should be closed, though check with your specific financial institution to be sure.
Courts: State and Federal courts are closed
Department of Motor Vehicles: DMV Offices are closed
Federal Offices: Federal Organizations (FDA, IRS etc.) are closed
Libraries: Libraries are closed
Municipal Offices: These offices, usually dealing in more localized governmental affairs, are closed
Post Office: All post office locations are closed and mail delivery is suspended
Sanitation Department: Sanitation services and garbage collection are suspended for the day and landfills are closed
Schools: Public and Private schools are closed. As for colleges, check with your specific institution
State Offices: State offices are closed
U.S. Stock Market: Financial markets are closed