Though not as big a holiday as, say, Thanksgiving or the 4th of July, Presidents Day — Monday, Feb. 18 — will have a lot of closures that could affect your routine.
Since it's a federal holiday (fun fact: the U.S. government officially calls it "George Washington's Birthday"), most federal offices will be closed.
That includes the ones in Minnesota, the majority of which are in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
But what about state offices, banks and retail stores? Here's a quick list of what's open and what's not on Monday.
1. State government offices
Most, including state court offices, will be closed.
2. City government
Minneapolis government offices will be closed. However, the city says trash and recycling pickup schedules will not be affected, and that parking meters won't be enforced.
St. Paul government offices will also be closed.
3. Public transit
Metro Transit will not be affected by the holiday.
4. Public schools
Most will be closed, but as USA Today points out, some schools may be in session "to make up for weather-related cancellations." Check with your local district to be sure.
The vast majority will be closed.
7. Mail service
8. Malls and grocery stores
The vast majority will be open.