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What's Open, Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Stoneham

Retail stores are open for business Dec. 24.

Here's a list of what's open and closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas in Stoneham:

Christmas Eve (Monday, Dec. 24):

  • Retail stores: Most open, some with varied hours.
  • Supermarkets, liquor stores and convenience stores: Most open.
  • Bars and restaurants: Most open.
  • Stock market: Closes at 1 p.m.
  • Municipal offices: Closed.
  • Banks: Some open, most close early.
  • Library: Closed.
  • Schools: Closed.
  • Post office: Open, although many will close at noon. Regular mail delivery will take place, last mailbox collections will be at noon.
  • MBTA: Operating on a modified schedule.

Christmas (Tuesday, Dec. 25):

  • Retail stores: Closed.
  • Supermarkets and liquor stores: Closed.
  • Convenience stores: Most open. 
  • Bars and restaurants: Most closed.
  • Stock market: Closed.
  • Municipal offices: Closed.
  • Banks: Closed.
  • Library: Closed.
  • Schools: Closed.
  • Post office: Closed.
  • MBTA: Operating on a modified schedule.

Other holiday hours of operation notes from Stoneham businesses:

  • To Make Beautiful will be open Sunday, Dec. 23. The business will be open from 10 a.m. to noon on Christmas Eve morning. The store is also expected to be open New Year's Eve from noon to 7 p.m.
BookOasis December 22, 2012 at 02:45 PM
The Book Oasis will be open 11-5pm on Sunday, December 23rd, and 10-4pm on Monday, December 24th - thanks to our community for shopping local this year! We will gift wrap for the guys on Sunday for a donation to Mission of Deeds. Dan & Deb @ The Oasis
Mark Ouellette December 22, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Thanks for posting your holiday hours, Dan and Deb. Happy holidays! :)

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