Friday, April 25, 2014

More Stuff To Do

A friend asked a group of us this morning what summer plans we had. Others talked about going away. It occurred to me that there's so many great events--festivals, etc.--coming up in N-town in the next months that I'm looking forward to staying in town.

A few more events for the coming week:

Tonight at 8 pm is the Norristown Ladies Flag Football Pre-Season Party at the George Washington Carver Center. $10 per person.

Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4 pm at Jus' Java -- Book signing and coffee chat on Vision by Michelle Govan, the author of "Soldiers in Stilettos" and "Up Now". LightRefreshments and a raffle will be part of the event.

Sunday from 2 to 4 pm, Norristown Ladies Flag Football hosts "Women Community Involvement", for women 27 yrs and older. Location: Norristown State Hospital "Norristown Youth Eagles Field".  Contact Ericka Wharton or Latisha Howell at

Sunday April 27th, 3-9 pm at Almaz Cafe, a Chicken and Fish Fry, $25 per person. I have this as benefiting Norristown Ladies Flag Football (even though they're at the State Hospital until 4 pm?) If this is wrong, someone please chime in.

Next Saturday May 3rd, after the Arts Festival, you have your choice of two banquets:

From 7 -11 pm, the Montgomery County OIC will present Fantastic Voyage in The Empress Room at St. Helena's, 1489 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell. $60 per person. Contact Denish Ashe, 610-279-9700 or purchase tickets online through PayPal

Or from 8 pm 'til midnight, Norristown Men of Excellence presents their Black Tie Scholarship Masquerade Ball at Theater Horizon, 401 Dekalb St. $40 per person, includes food and drinks, all proceeds benefit the NMOE Scholarship, Music by DJ Malc Geez, Hot 107.9.

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