Holiday closings, Friday

November 29, 2013 

The following will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving.

Compiled by: Rebekah Friedman

GOVERNMENT

•  Some Fort Jackson offices will close today for a training holiday.

•  State government offices will be closed today.

•  Richland County offices will be closed today. Today’s solid waste will be collected Saturday.

•  Lexington County offices will be closed today. Today’s solid waste will be collected Saturday.

•  Kershaw County offices will be closed today.

•  Columbia city offices will be closed today.

Forest Acres city offices will be closed today.

•  Lexington town offices will be closed today. Solid waste collection will remain on schedule.

•  West Columbia City Hall and city offices will be closed today.

•  Cayce city town hall and city offices will be closed today.

Irmo town offices will be closed today. Solid waste collection will remain on schedule.

•  Batesburg-Leesville offices will be closed today. Solid waste collection will remain on schedule.

Springdale town offices will be closed today. There will be no solid waste collection today.

•  The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed today.

SERVICES/BANKS

•  SCE&G will be closed today.

•  Mid-Carolina Electric will be closed today.

•  Lexington’s Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission offices will be closed today.

•  Richland County Recreation Commission offices, recreation and community centers will be closed today. LinRick golf course will be open today.

•  The South Carolina Education Lottery offices and claims center will be closed today.

LIBRARIES/MUSEUMS/ZOO

•  Lexington County Public Library System, including all branch locations, will be closed today.

•  Kershaw County Library will be closed today.

•  The S.C. Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum will be closed today through Sunday.

•  The S.C. Military Museum on National Guard Road will be closed today through Sunday.

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