What’s Open, What’s Closed Around Columbus Day Weekend

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Most places are open on Columbus Day, with government offices and most banks the major exception.

The New York City Columbus Day Parade runs from 12 noon to 3 p.m. along Fifth Avenue from 44th Street to 72nd Street. Some streets will be closed and some transportation disruptions will result, see details here.

Before Monday

On FRIDAY, Oct. 11: Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles major customer service offices will CLOSE for the Columbus Day holiday on Friday, Oct. 11, at 12:30 p.m. and reopen Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 7:45 a.m.

On SATURDAY, Oct. 11: The town dump (also known as the Transfer Station and the Recycling Center) will be OPEN for normal hours.

 

Monday, Columbus Day

CLOSED:

Darien Senior Center is CLOSED

At Home In Darein is CLOSED

MOST GOVERNMENT OFFICES ARE CLOSED:

U.S. Post Offices

Darien town government offices

Connecticut state government offices

U.S. government offices

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles is normally closed on Mondays

OPEN:

Darien Library

Darien Public Schools

Darien YMCA

Town Dump

YWCA Darien/Norwalk

These Banks are open:

—TDBank

—Webster Bank

Most BANKS are closed:

Bank of America — CLOSED

Bankwell — CLOSED

Chase Bank — CLOSED

Citibank — CLOSED

DRBank (formerly called Laurel Road Bank) — CLOSED

HSBC Bank — CLOSED

Fairfield County Bank — CLOSED

First County Bank — CLOSED

M&T Bank — CLOSED

Patriot Bank — CLOSED

People’s United Bank — CLOSED

Wells Fargo Bank — CLOSED

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