Holiday closings

April 16, 1992

A box in The Sun yesterday that listed holiday closings incorrectly reported that state offices are closed today. They are open.

The Sun regrets the error.

This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow through Monday, during the long Easter and Passover weekend:

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY

County offices closed Friday

Courts open

Libraries closed Sunday

FOR THE RECORD - CORRECTION

+Public schools closed Friday and Monday

Trash removal pickup

ANNAPOLIS

City offices closed Friday

Courts open

Parking meters feed

+Public schools closed Friday and Monday

Trash removal pickup

BALTIMORE

City offices closed Friday

Courts Traffic Court only Friday

Libraries closed Friday, Sunday and Monday

Parking meters feed

Public schools reopen Tuesday

Trash removal no pickup Friday

BALTIMORE COUNTY

County offices closed Friday

Courts open

Libraries closed Sunday

Parking meters feed

Public schools closed until April 24

Trash removal pickup

CARROLL COUNTY

County offices closed

Courts closed

Libraries closed Friday

Public schools reopen Tuesday

FREDERICK COUNTY

County offices closed Friday

Courts open

Libraries closed Friday

Public schools closed until April 27

HARFORD COUNTY

County offices open

Courts open

Libraries closed Friday and Sunday

Public schools reopen Tuesday

Trash removal ask contractor

HOWARD COUNTY

County offices closed Friday

Courts open

Libraries closed Friday

Public schools reopen Tuesday

Trash pickup

HER SERVICES,

ATTRACTIONS

Banks, S&Ls closed Friday

Federal offices open

Federal courts closed Friday

Postal service regular service

State offices closed Friday

MTA buses regular schedule

Baltimore subway (Metro) regular schedule

Light Rail regular schedule

MARC service regular service

Museum of Art closed Friday

Walters Art Gallery closed Monday

National Aquarium open

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

*Science Center open 10 a.m. -6 p.m.

xTC %Zoo open 10 a.m.-4:20 p.m.

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