Friday, April 3, 2015

Easter, Book Signings, Baseball and More this week

Saturday from 11 am-1 pm at the bandshell in Elmwood Park is the Easter weekend celebration. The Norristown Recreation Committee invites you to join them. All participants will get a prize. Bunny hop, bean bag toss, dart game and so much more.

Also Saturday at the Norristown Library from 2-3 pm, Cube Sleuth Comedy Show. Dave Terruso, author of Cube Sleuth and stand up comedian, will be on hand to sign copies of his book as well as present a short comedy sketch. Cube Sleuth is a dark comedy and amateur-detective murder mystery. Books will be available for sale. Please sign up for your copy at the circulation desk. Free program. More info at this link or contact

Monday starting at 3 pm, Jus' Java (317 Swede) will celebrate the Phillies home opener with Dollar Dog Day. Come in to watch the game and get those dollar hot dogs.

Tuesday from 10 am to 2 pm, only 2 more AARP Tax Aide sessions at the Norristown Library before April 15. Get help with your taxes. AARP Foundation Tax Aide is available free to taxpayers with low and moderate income, with special attention for those 60 and older. Contact: 610-278-5100 . Last session April 14.

Tuesday at 7:30 pm at Municipal Hall, Council Meeting. No agenda posted yet, but I have it on good authority that the Norristown Business Association will be doing a presentation about plans for 2105.

Thursday, from 9 -10:30 am, Interagency Council of Norristown Membership Meeting (ICN) will take place at the Montgomery County Human Services Center, 1430 Dekalb St. Speakers will include Jennifer Butler, Montco Commerce Department, and Tracee Yawger, Head of Children's Services of Norristown Public Library.

Next Saturday from 11 am to 12:30 at the Norristown Library - Learn how to create healthy soil with less work and more benefit to the environment. Guest Speaker, Tom McGlynn, of Feed the Burbs will instruct. $5/workshop. Please register in advance by calling  610-278-5100.

Also next Saturday at 1 pm at Jus' Java,  a book signing by Toni McCloe, author of "Rude Awakening."

Also next Saturday from 1-3 pm, the Norristown Public Library will host an Open House. I know, you're thinking that the library is already open to the public, right? This time they'll have door prizes, refreshments, live music and much more. Imagine, live music in a place they usually tell you to be quiet.

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