Today, the United States will celebrate Presidents’ Day. This federal holiday, now observed on the third Monday in February, was initially established to celebrate George Washington’s birthday, which is February 22. It eventually expanded to celebrate Abraham Lincoln, who was born on February 12, but now recognizes all U.S. Presidents.
Here's a run down of what's open/closed:
All municipal, state and federal offices and facilities will be closed. This includes Milton Town Hall, the Milton Public Library, schools and the post office.
All MBTA buses and trains will running on a reduced weekend/holiday schedule. The schedule is available at mbta.com.
Liquor stores: Open at the owner's discretion.
Retail and convenience stores: Open at the owner's discretion.
Restaurants and bars: Most will be open, but call ahead. It's up to the owner.