A fairly calm upcoming week in Norristown, except maybe for the zoning meeting, if enough of you get angry enough to go protest still another high-density development on a small lot.
"The Who's Tommy" continues this weekend at Theatre Horizon (Dekalb and Penn Sts), presented by New Cavern Productions. For show times and tickets, go to http://www.eventbrite.com/o/new-cavern-productions-5220323245
Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, Car Wash Hosted by Back Talk youth group in the parking lot at PAL Fundraiser for their Dorney Park trip in Aug. Come out and support. For info or if you'd like to support in any other way, email email@example.com or call 610-630-2111, ext 226.
Saturday at 4 pm in Elmwood Park band shell, Summer Concert Series presents a FREE Gospel Concert. I haven't seen announcements for this at all (except for erroneous listings claiming it's Sunday), so I honestly don't know if this is still on or not.
Monday, July 21st, 10:30 am, Job Corps Information Session, Human
Services Center, 1430 DeKalb St. Contact 1-800-733-JOBS (5627), www.recruiting.jobcorps.gov, or www.facebook.com/doljobcorps.
at 7 pm at Municipal Hall, Zoning Board Meeting. On the agenda are
these addresses: 672 Kohn, 1855 Markley, 1424 Juniper, 1329 Willow
(Siloam Baptist Church), and 522 Cherry. The latter is another project
of stacked townhomes (why can't we just call them condos?)--this time 16
units on less than a half acre. A TOTAL violation of the new zoning
code. So in all likelihood, I'll be reporting on this one next week.
from 2 to 4 pm, Montco OIC (Arch and Basin) will start a FREE class --
Coding and Web Design 101. Participants will learn how to build a basic
webpage and add codes to customize it to their preference. Class is
limited to 8 students per session and will meet on the 4th Wednesday of
each month, all other times by appointment. Call (610) 279-9700 to
As always, check the calendar links to the right of
this blog, but also, you might want to call before going to an event.
For instance, I know Jus' Java is on vacation, so this week's usual
events are off.