Holiday Hours 2022

Note that Jewish holidays begin the previous evening at sundown (indicated here by the word “Erev”).

*Shabbat Style: Fitness Center, Gym, Library, and all outdoor facilities will be available; the Snack Bar will be closed and all vending machines unplugged; no organized sports or exchange of money

January
January 1: New Year’s Day — regular hours (see below)
January 17: Tu BiShvat (New Year for Trees) — regular hours (see below)

February

March
March 17: Purim (Joyous Holiday) — regular hours (see below)

April
April 15: Erev Passover — regular hours (see below)
April 16: Passover (Celebration of Freedom from Slavery in Egypt) — closed
April 17*: Passover — regular hours (see below)
April 21: Erev Yom Tov — regular hours (see below)
April 22: Passover — closed
April 23*: Passover — regular hours (see below)
April 28: Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) — regular hours (see below)

May
May 4: Yom Hazikaron (Israel Memorial Day) — regular hours (see below)
May 6: Yom Haatzma’ut (Israeli Independence Day) — regular hours (see below)
May 30: Memorial Day — regular hours (see below)

June
June 4: Erev Shavuot — regular hours (see below)
June 5: Shavuot (Giving of the Torah on Mt. Sinai) — closed
June 6*: Shavuot — regular hours (see below)

July
July 4: Independence Day — 5:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

August

September
September 5: Labor Day — 5:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
September 25: Erev Rosh Hashanah — regular hours (see below)
September 26-27: Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) — closed

October
October 4: Erev Yom Kippur (Kol Nidre) — regular hours (see below)
October 5: Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) — closed
October 9: Erev Sukkot — regular hours (see below)
October 10: Sukkot (Feast of Booths) — closed
October 11*: Sukkot — regular hours (see below)
October 16: Erev Shemini Atzeret — regular hours (see below)
October 17: Shemini Atzeret (Concluding Day of Sukkot) — closed
October 18*: Simchat Torah (Rejoicing the Torah) — regular hours (see below)

November
November 24: Thanksgiving and Sam Lapidus Montclair Run — 5:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

December
December 18-26: Chanukah (Festival of Lights, which includes lighting a new candle each night December 18 through 25) — regular hours (see below)
December 24: Christmas Eve — regular hours (see below)
December 25: Christmas — 8 a.m.-noon
December 31: New Year’s Eve — regular hours (see below)

*Shabbat Style: Fitness Center, Gym, Library, and all outdoor facilities will be available; the Snack Bar will be closed and all vending machines unplugged; no organized sports or exchange of money