Strictly speaking, Monday is known as Washington's Birthday (though the great man was born Feb. 22), and has only become known as "Presidents Day" more recently to also ecompass Abraham Lincon's Feb. 12 birthday (in Connecticut, a state holiday).
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- Greenwich Town Hall
- and Perrot Memorial libraries are closed.
- Greenwich Post Office—There will be no mail delivered or sent Monday.
- Greenwich Public Schools—No school Monday due to the holiday—last day of winter recess. Classes resume Tuesday.
- Most banks are closed, including Bank of America and People's United Bank (see note about banks below).
State & Region
State of Connecticut offices, including:
- Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles customer services offices will close at 12:30 p.m. Friday and all day Saturday, and will be closed Monday.
- Holly Hill Transfer Station Open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- YWCA of Greenwich.
- YMCA of Greenwich.
- TD Bank is open in Darien and across the state (most banks are closed; see note about banks below).
Organizations-State & Region
- Metro-North Railroad will operate on a Saturday schedule.
- Connecticut Transit will have a regular schedule except for reduced Commuter Connection service (see attached holiday schedule).
- Here's a nice list of family activities for Presidents' Day weekend in Connecticut, including a Winter Creature Cruise of the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk.
Banks in Connecticut
Banks, under Connecticut law, are allowed to remain open on a holiday if they notify their customers beforehand by posting information in their lobby or office.