Despite the Martin Luther King's Day holiday, Springfield schools are open today. Per an announcement at a December meeting of the Springfield Board of Education, classes are in session to make up for time missed earlier in the school year.
The Inter-Faith Clergy Council will have an observance honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. at 11 a.m., in the Kenneth Faigenbaum Committee Chambers on the second floor of town hall.
The Springfield Township Committee holds its second meeting of January at 7:30 p.m. at the Springfield municipal building.
The Dayton hockey team takes on Westfield in a conference game at Warinanco Park at 8:30 p.m.
The Jewish Learning Center hosts its weekly "Torah in Our Times" roundtable doscussion, focusing on Jewish History, tradition, laws and customs, and the Talmud and Kabbalah.
McLynn's holds its weekly open mic night. Full bands and individual musicians take the stage for a free form jam that changes every session.
Temple Beth Ahm Yisrael holds its weekly get-together for new moms and mothers of newborns.
Throughout the month, the Springfield Library's Donald Palmer Museum displays the painting series by Rosalind Dorlen titled “The Front Porch," alongside Mary Kooi's “The Art of Mary Kooi."
The Dayton Boy's varsity basketball team plays a home game at 7 p.m., facing David Brearley.
Chabad of Union County hosts a “Caffeine for the Soul” discussion on the Torah's lessons for family life at Barnes & Noble on Route 22.
Springfield's Board of Ed meets on Monday, Jan. 28 at Dayton.