What’s open on Fourth of July in Lexington? What’s closed?
Holiday Trash Collection in Lexington
The upcoming Fourth of July holiday impacts collections by the city’s Division of Waste Management. Collections will be made Wednesday, July 3 prior to the holiday.
Other waste management services, however, including the Electronics Recycling Center, Lexington Recycling Center, the Haley Pike Waste Management facility, the Loan-a-Box program and the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station, are closed on Thursday, July 4.
For more information, contact LexCall at 311 or (859) 425-2255.
What’s Open in Lexington
Aldi is open from 8 am to 4 pm on July 4.
Central Kentucky YMCAs are open 10 am to 6 pm on Thursday July 4.
Costco will not be open on July 4.
Fresh Market will be open regular hours on July 4.
Fayette Mall is open on July 4 from 10 am to 6 pm.
Since July 4 falls on a Thursday, the Tuesday/Thursday Farmers’ Market is open at the Maxwell Street and Broadway location and is fully stocked with Kentucky Proud corn and other produce for your cookout.
Good Foods Co-op is open from 8 am to 8 pm on July 4.
Lexington area Krogers are open on July 4. Can you get a prescription filled? Most Kroger pharmacies will be open, but will have reduced hours. Check with individual stores.
Most Meijer locations are open on July 4.
Movie theatres are open on July 4. Check with theaters for special holiday show times.
The Summit is open on July 4, but check with individual stores and restaurants for their hours.
Target will operate under a normal schedule, but hours may vary by location on July 4.
Trader Joe’s is open from 8 am to 5 pm on July 4.
Walgreens will be open normal hours, but select pharmacies may have reduced holiday hours.
Walmart will be open normal hours on July 4.
Whole Foods is open 8 am to 8 pm on July 4.
Closed in Lexington
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government offices are closed on Tuesday, July 4, in observance of the holiday. The Lexington Recycling Center, the Electronics Recycling Center and the Haley Pike Waste Management Facility are also be closed on the holiday.
The DMV is closed on July 4.
All Lexington Public Libraries are closed on July 4.
Banks and post offices are closed in observance of the holiday.
LexTran operates on an extended Sunday schedule on July 4th.
In addition to the post offices being closed, FedEx and UPS also do not deliver in observance of the holiday.
Lexington Restaurants and Bars on July 4
Lexington area restaurants and bars vary widely on holiday observances.
Corto Lima is closed from Monday July 1 thru Thursday July 4 for summer vacation/holiday — re-opening at 4 pm on Friday July 5.
Pivot Brewing will have growlers of cider or beer available for your evening plans, or you can swing by the taproom and stay for a downtown view of the fireworks. Nathan’s Taqueria will be on site.
Ramsey’s Diners are closed on July 4, but they are serving up corn downtown as part of the July 4 festival (find them in front of the library).
Shamrock Bar at Hartland will be closed on July 4, re-opening on July 5 at 11 am.
Zim’s Cafe is roasting a pig and grilling out outside their location at the old courthouse — huevos rancheros tacos 9 am to 11, and then pulled pork and sausages from 11 am until sold out.
West Sixth will be open normal hours on the holiday, and they’ll be serving downtown at the festival and parade also.
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