Remember this is Cleanup Norristown Week. At least take a minute to pick up trash on your front sidewalk. And weeds are easier to pull out today after the rain yesterday.
Hitchcock's The 39 Steps continues tonight at 8 pm at Theatre Horizon (Dekalb and Penn Sts.). I saw this show and HIGHLY recommend it. 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of 4), handcuffs, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance! Tickets are $20-31. Performances also Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm, and next Thursday at 7:30 pm. Show runs through June 8. Call 610-283-2230 for reservations or visit the Theatre Horizon website. Click here to find out about free tickets for Norristown residents.
Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 3 pm, come to an outdoor Flea Market in the parking lot at DeKalb and Airy, sponsored by the Dragon Boat Club of Norristown and Norristown Business Association. You can park in the same lot. Besides typical yard sale items, new merchandise, crafts and works of art will be offered. Vendors spaces are still available ($20 a day, both days for $30). Contact email@example.com.
Saturday at 9 am, join the The Norristown Project as they clean up Elmwood Park for the start of summer.. Just show up if you want to help.
Saturday night at 7:30, Coffee Talk (507 W Marshall) presents "Dan May--Short Stories and Songs", with special guest Tom Hampton. Tickets $12. Call 610-272-4811 for info.
Sunday at 3 pm, The Norristown Project will be in Riverfront Park, helping with the cleanup there. Volunteers are welcome. Work gloves might be a good idea.
Tuesday morning, 8:30 to 9:30, The
Norristown Business Association will have their monthly meeting at Caffe
Galileo (317 Swede St.). If you own a business in Norristown, or you're
self-employed here, like me, you should join this group. Guest speaker
will be Joe Januzelli, Municipal Codes Manager. Please RSVP at: firstname.lastname@example.org
night is the May Zoning Board Hearing at 7 pm. The agenda is already
online. http://norristown.org/userfiles/file/events/1293.pdf Questions,
contact Jayne Musonye, Director of Planning and Municipal Development,
night, 5:30-7:30 pm, the Small Business Assistance Center will present
a free workshop on "Becoming Bankable- Traditional and Creative Ways to
Finance Your Business," focusing on how to get capital to grow your
business. The event will be at the Norristown Public Library (Swede and
Powell). Please register for the event at this link. For info, contact E. Scot Fields, at 610-277-4455.
More events on the calendar links in the column to the right. One
caution--the town calendar listings for Theatre Horizon and for the Flea
Market have wrong times and/or are confusing. Go to the links I listed
above for correct info.