Thanksgiving Day 2020: Are the liquor shops open? Is parking free in Harrisburg? –

Hopefully, you don’t have business to attend to on Thanksgiving Day.

But, if you do, your best option is online because many places are closed.

Here’s a quick rundown of what we were able to determine regarding what’s closed on Thursday, Nov. 26, for Thanksgiving, and in some cases, Nov. 27.

Banks: Closed

CAT: No service.

County government – Dauphin and Lebanon counties are closed on Nov. 26. Adams, Cumberland, Lancaster, Perry and York are closed Nov. 26-27.

Federal government – The Ronald Reagan Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Harrisburg will be closed.

Harrisburg parking – Free Nov. 26-27.

Libraries – Dauphin County Library System, Cumberland County Library System (Coy Public Library is also closed Nov. 27), Lebanon County Library System, closed Nov. 26-27, Hershey Public Library, closed; and Middletown Public Library, closed Nov. 26-27.

Liquor stores – Closed.

Municipal government – Closed.

PA Media Group – Closed.

PennDOT – Closed Nov. 26-27.

Post Office – Closed.

Public schools – Closed.

Rabbittransit – No service.

Retail stores – Some are open.

State government – Closed Nov. 26-27.

Trash collection – Waste Management, Penn Waste, Republic Services – no collection on Thursday, in most cases collections are delayed one day for the rest of the week.

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