Here's what's open and closed on Memorial Day 2023

Here's a fun fact for you: The stretch between Washington's Birthday and Memorial Day is the longest time we go between federally recognized holidays in the U.S. This year, it's been 98 days between nationally-sanctioned hooky.

Here's a list of places that will be open and closed in Massachusetts on Monday, May 29:

Federal offices: Closed.

Federal courts: Closed.

Post offices: Closed.

State offices: Closed.

RMV: Closed.

State courts: Closed.

Municipal offices: Closed.

Public schools: Closed.

Libraries: Closed.

Trash pickup: Check with your local government or provider. Boston residents can check for pickup delays by searching their address here.

Banks: Closed.

Stock market: Closed.

Retail locations: Open.

Liquor stores: Open at noon.

Supermarkets: Open.

MBTA: Subway, bus, and RIDE service will run on a Sunday schedule, while the commuter rail will follow a weekend schedule. The ferries are a little more complicated: The Hingham-Hull-Logan ferry will run on a Sunday schedule, and both the Charlestown and East Boston ferries will operate on weekend schedules. There is no direct Hingham-to-Logan ferry on Memorial Day.

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