I'm a beginner, but maybe I can be of help. How many hours did you see active fermentation? What temperature did you pitch the yeast at?
From what I've read on here, the airlock isn't the best sign of fermentation. I would give it until Friday and then take a hydrometer reading. Take another on Saturday and if the readings are the same, its done and you can transfer to secondary.
My first batch was a Cooper's Dark Ale. All airlock activity had ceased about three days after I pitched the yeast, and a day later, being impatient and wanting to be able to try my first brew, I bottled. The SG had gone from a little over 1.04 to a little under 1.01, so I got about 75% attenuation which was right for the yeast that I used.
[I]On Deck - Pranqster Belgian Golden Ale Clone
Primary 1- Last of the Summer Wheat
Secondary - Empty
Bottled & Drinking - Nitro Amber, Dark Ale, Nut Brown Ale
Long Gone - Sam Adamesque Amber, Kolsch, Coopers Blackout Ale