As plans for Labor Day celebrations ramp up in Culver City, and across America, trips to the grocery stores are already being made. Trader Joe’s, Vons and Rite Aid are among the popular grocery store chains that have stocked up for the Monday holiday celebrating workers, which falls on Sept. 6 this year.
It’s almost inevitable that a supply of condiments, hot dogs, potato chips and other Labor Day weekend party classics will be forgotten on the day. Luckily for last-minute shoppers, the majority of grocery stores in and near Culver City will still be open to help out.
Many grocery stores are operating under face covering guidelines as the coronavirus pandemic continues amid a nationwide surge of delta variant cases, so make sure to double-check with your neighborhood location on its policy before deciding whether to take a mask with to the store.
Below is a list of chain grocery stores that will be open on Labor Day, along with at least one that won’t. Store holiday hours are subject to change, so call ahead before heading there.
Costco: Costco will be closed on Labor Day , as the membership stores are closed on most major holidays.
CVS: Some CVS stores may have reduced hours, as most pharmacies will remain open.
Erewhon: Most locations will remain open.
Gelson’s: Most locations will be open, according to HolidayShoppingHours.com.
Pavilions: Most locations will be open for the holiday.
Ralphs: Most Kroger stores will be open on Labor Day, according to a Reader’s Digest rundown of stores that will open for the holiday.
Rite Aid: Will be open for regular hours, according to TheHolidaySchedule.com.
Sam’s Club: Will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Plus members can get in early, beginning at 8 a.m.
Sprouts Farmers Market: Will be open for regular hours.
Target: Will be open for regular hours, according to Reader’s Digest.
Trader Joe’s: Most will be open, Reader’s Digest said.
Vons: Most locations will be open, according to HolidayShoppingHours.com.
Walgreens: Will open for regular hours, according to Reader’s Digest.
WalMart: Will be open for regular hours, according to Reader’s Digest.
Whole Foods Market: Most locations will be open, according to HolidayShoppingHours.com.
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