What’s Open & Closed on the Indigenous Peoples’ Day/Columbus Day Holiday in 2022

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FRAMINGHAM – Monday, October 10 is Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day in Massachusetts.

Columbus day is still a federal holiday, although many don’t celebrate the holiday. Some celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. And some communities celebrate both.

Federal, state, and municipal offices, including the City of Framingham’s Memorial Building are closed on Monday.  Ashland and Natick Town Halls are also closed.

There is no curbside trash or recycling collection on Monday in Framingham.

Framingham DPW will be on a one-day delayed scheduled for collection the rest of the week.

There is an Indigenous People’s Day ceremony at 1 p.m. at Fuller Middle School in Framingham. The public is invited.

Mail: Post offices closed; express delivery and Amazon available, but no home delivery.

Supermarkets: Open

Convenience stores: Open

Banks: Some open and some closed.

Stockmarket: Closed

The MBTA doesn’t modify its schedule for Columbus Day.

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