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What's closed Easter Sunday 2014? Stores, restaurants closed on Easter 2014

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What's closed Easter Sunday 2014? The following list will help answer those questions for you. Most of this covers national and federal businesses.

Saving Advice published a report April 18 that reveals which stores are open or closed Easter 2014. Target will be closed Sunday and reopen again at 8 a.m., Monday. Walmart remains open for the holiday as well as national chain grocery stores. Costco is also closed Easter Sunday and will reopen Monday morning.

Drug stores will be open on April 20. It's confirmed that stores like CVS, Walgreens, and Rite-Aide will be open. Independently owned and local stores might be closed. Check websites or call to see if those drug stores are open Sunday.

When it comes to which restaurants are open or closed on Easter 2014, it varies. If they happen to be open, their hours might be different on Sunday.

Gas stations is another business that varies on whether it's open or closed for Easter. Chances are a number of gas stations will be open for business. Again, they could be running on holiday hours.

Post Offices, banks, and credit unions will be closed. reports that banks will be open during normal business hours Monday. They're closed on Sundays no matter what. Same applies to government, state, city, and county offices. All of those in addition to libraries and courts are shut down on the weekends.

A lot of local news sources have a list of what's open and closed Easter Sunday 2014. If you need more information, see what's listed in your local area.



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