What’s Open, What’s Closed on MLK Day in St. Michael

Today is the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In observance a federal holiday, several things close down. But we also have a few ideas of how to spend the day.

Kremer Toy and Hobby will host parents and kids for classes Monday.
Kremer Toy and Hobby will host parents and kids for classes Monday.

With today being the observance of the Dr. Marin Luther King holiday, and the man who made his mark in American history, several offices and businesses are closed.

St. Michael City Hall will be closed, as will the St. Michael-Albertville-Hanover Library and the Crow River Senior Center.

The City of Albertville offices at City Hall will also be closed today.

Most banks are closed today, including the Wells Fargo location in Marketplace.

St. Michael-Albertville Schools are closed.

St. Michael Catholic School is closed.


Events Today

• Join Council 4174 for the local round of the Knights of Columbus International Free Throw Championship at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20, at STMA High School. The contest is free and open to boys and girls between the ages of 9 and 14, competing in their own gender and age group. 

All competition starts at the local level. Winners move on to the district, regional, and state or provincial levels. From there, some make it to the international level for championship competition in their group.

Email info@kc4174.org for more information.

• Both kids and adults can learn more about digital photography with local specialist Maris Ehlers on Monday, which is the MLK Day holiday.

First, kids can participate in a full-day class that will feature photography basics, fun and some pizza for lunch. Cost is just 60 bucks.

Then, later that day, teens and young adults can hang out for the evening session which is a “boot camp” for aspiring shutterbugs.More on both classes can be found via Maris’ blog.

• Also, get the kids out and check out Candy Making and yo-yo’s at Kremer Toy and Hobby in Albertville





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