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What's Open and Closed on Patriots' Day

Monday is Patriots' Day, a state holiday but not a federal holiday. Find out what to expect open and closed.

Monday is Patriots’ Day, a state holiday in Massachusetts marking the Battles of Lexington and Concord and the start of the Revolutionary War. It is not a federal holiday.

Here’s a look at some of what is open and what is closed on Monday. As always, it is best to call ahead.

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U.S. Post Offices and mail delivery: The post offices in , and will all be open and there will be mail delivery.

Trash pickup: No trash pickup, pickup is delayed by one day all week.

Banks: Banks generally close only on federal holidays. Call ahead.

MBTA commuter rail: Commuter rail to and from will operate on a regular weekday schedule.

: All schools closed for Patriots’ Day, which is the first day of April vacation week.

: Closed for Patriots’ Day, school resumes on Tuesday.

Supermarkets, convenience stores, pharmacies, restaurants and other retail businesses: Many local businesses are open regular hours, but it is always good to call ahead. Use Patch’s directory section to look up contact information for any local businesses.

Liquor Stores: Most are open. Call ahead.

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