I'm doing my listing of events a day early because I'll be out teaching writing to 4th graders tomorrow. If I hear of other events in the meantime, I'll do another blog tomorrow afternoon or Saturday.
Tonight, don't forget about the Police Department's public COMPSTAT meeting, 6:30 pm at Municipal Hall Council Chambers. It's a good way to see firsthand how our police have changed their methods and why crime is down 23%.
Also tonight, also at 6:30 pm, come to a discussion of how an ArtPlace grant for art along the Schuylkill River trail could boost Norristown's downtown economy, hosted by Norristown Arts Hill. The discussion will be led by members of the Montco Planning Commission. At the Montco OIC (Basin and Arch--park in the lot off Basin), 2nd floor. Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Saturday from 11 am to 1 pm, YouthNET holds FREE Creative Workshops every Saturday morning for students ages 12-16 years old at 19 W Marshall St. Lunch is included.
Monday night starting at 6 pm, Norristown Council will conduct a Budget Workshop in the Municipal Hall 1st Floor Conference Room.
Tuseday evening at 7 pm is the Zoning Hearing Board Meeting. The agenda is available at http://norristown.org/userfiles/file/events/1129.pdf
. I'll cover the items in another blog before the meeting. Questions
should be directed to Jayne Musonye, Director of Planning and Municipal
Wednesday at 3 pm is the monthly
meeting of the Norristown Schuylkill River Action Team at Barton
Partners, 700 E Main St, #301. The team, in cooperation with the
Pennsylvania Environmental Council, is working on developing
recreational opportunities along the Norristown section of the river and
Schuylkill River Trail, and on ways that improving the riverfront and
trail can boost the town's economy. All Norristown residents are welcome
to join the team. RSVP to Lizzie Hessmiller at email@example.com.
is Thanksgiving and Friday? Forget the insane crowds at the mall and
shop in Norristown instead. Don't know where to shop in town? The
Norristown Business Association has begun a directory of Norristown
small businesses on their Facebook page. They'll be adding a new business each day, so check back often.
Saturday Nov 29th is Small Business Saturday. Shop the many small businesses we have in Norristown (do it every day, not just once a year). Next Saturday, the Norristown Business Association will be at 31 W Main St, in front of Banh Mi Bar & Bistro from 11 am to 2 pm, handing out info about our small businesses and about membership in the NBA. They'll hold a raffle drawing at 1 pm. You can't win if you don't stop by.
Theater classes for kids and teens will start at Theatre Horizon in January. Go to this link for more info and to register.
Check the calendar links in the right column for more events at the library and elsewhere.