Rev. Latonya Fakir of St. Peters Church in Minneapolis prayed at a faith rally at the Minnesota State Capitol on the 45th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination on April 4, 2013.

Glen Stubbe, Star Tribune

Martin Luther King Day: What's open and closed

  • Article by: PATRICIA GRICE
  • Star Tribune
  • January 20, 2014 - 5:30 AM

Post offices: Closed. No regular mail service.

Banks: All Bremer Bank branches will be closed. TCF traditional branches and in-store branches (at Cub stores) will be open normal hours. Wells Fargo in-store and traditional branches will be closed. All U.S. Bank traditional branches in the Twin Cities metro area will be closed. U.S. Bank in-store branches in Byerly’s stores in the Twin Cities metro area will be open regular hours (9 a.m. until 7 p.m.) . Two of U.S. Bank’s on-site branches, at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and at 3M, will be open regular hours.

Groceries: Most major supermarkets will be open.

Malls: Most stores will be open.

Mass transit: Regular Northstar service will operate. Metro Transit buses, Metro Blue Line (Hiawatha) and Red Line will follow regular weekday service. For route information, call 612-373-3333 or go to Minnesota Valley Transit Authority, Maple Grove Transit, Plymouth Metrolink and SouthWest will follow regular weekday service. Call Metro Mobility for service. University of Minnesota commuters: There will be no service on campus express buses.

Parking meters: Will not be enforced in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The University of Minnesota will not enforce meters unless otherwise noted on the meter. Minneapolis parks will enforce meters unless ­otherwise noted on the meter.

Schools: Many public schools and the University of Minnesota will be closed.

Public agencies: Local, state and federal offices will be closed.

Libraries: Generally closed. Call for hours.


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