Open and closed for Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Here are a few things that are open or closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Garbage and recycling services - in this industry, workers can count on only two holidays - Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. If Thursday is your regular pick up day, put your bins out on Friday. If Friday is your day, put your bins out on Saturday.

Grocery stores - I checked with a couple.

Loreen at Village Market Thiftway (Ballinger Thriftway) says normal hours on Wednesday, then open Thanksgiving Day from 6am to 5pm. The only day they are closed is Christmas Day. They have a nice espresso café which will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 6am to noon. Their cheese counter is amazing - love the

Joel at Central Market (Shoreline) says they will close at 4pm Thanksgiving instead of their usual 11pm closing. They have wonderful fresh made goods - love the chicken pot pies, quiche, and pizza. It's also a very good place to go Christmas shopping.

Lake Forest Park's favorite home town store, Albertson's, is closing at 4pm Thanksgiving Day but returning to its usual midnight closing the next day.

City Hall
Both Shoreline and Lake Forest Park City Halls will be closed on Thanksgiving and I wouldn't plan on doing any business at the County level either. LFP will continue the closure on Friday after Thanksgiving. Can't tell about Shoreline but call first.

On Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 27, Metro Transit will operate a Sunday schedule. On Friday, Nov. 28, Metro will operate reduced weekday service.

WSDOT's list of things to do / things to avoid (depending on your point of view!)

Eating turkey isn’t the only thing many of us will be doing this Thanksgiving weekend. Expect thousands to pack Seattle streets for a number of events, including a few that require road and ramp closures:


Sarah,  November 27, 2014 at 9:38 AM  

QFC in Richmond Beach is also open until 6pm.

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