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 www.metrotransit.org. 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.
COMPILED BY PATRICIA GRICE
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