Don't let me hear you say there's nothing to do this weekend in Norristown. The party starts at sundown.
Also tonight, from 8-11 pm at the CARVER COMMUNITY CENTER, a TEEN DANCE for ages 13-17. Admission: $3.00. You must have a student I.D. Concession stand will be open.
Tomorrow, start the day at the St. Augustine Academy Thrift Shop at St. Augustine Church, 1208 Green St, from 10am to 2 pm. Enter to win a flat screen TV! Donations of clothing, books, furniture, etc are highly appreciated.
From 11 am to 2 pm, Saturday, come out and support GENERATION NEXT TRACK CLUB by purchasing food and beverages at Express Check Cashing, 408 W. Main St. Donations will be used to support track expenses such as practice facility, equipment, and travel arrangements. I met some of these young people at Riverfest--definitely a worthy cause.
You can also benefit the PAL FIELD HOCKEY Empowerment Program tomorrow by getting 4 friends together to go play bocce ball tomorrow at Holy Savior Club's (436 E. Main St) Bocce Ball Tournament from 11 am to 5 pm. Cost per person is $40.00 ($10.00 for children) and includes all food and cost of the lanes. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org .
After all that, go to LITTLE BOO AT THE ZOO, at Elmwood Park Zoo, noon to 3 pm (also on Sunday, same times). Trick or treat stations, costume contests both days at 2:30. The regular zoo admission gets you in. For more info go to http://www.elmwoodparkzoo.org/event/67
I'm willing to bet that Norristown's got more going on this weekend than surrounding communities. How could you not be proud of this town?