Most important notice this week. If you're not registered to vote, do so by Monday, April 20 so you can vote in the May primary.
Tonight at 8 pm, In The Blood at Theatre Horizon (401 DeKalb Street). Free tickets are available for Norristown residents. Contact Josh Millhouse, Audience Services Manager, for more information: 610-283-2230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Show runs through May 9. Go to this link for more info.
Saturday, April 18th from 11 am to 1 pm, ACPPA, 506 Haws Ave, lower
level, will host another Community Creation Day. All are invited to join
them in exploring the cultural imagery of the play, Asian Cinderella: The Story of Pear Blossom, through the creation of props, backgrounds, and costumes. Please register at this link so they can have enough supplies for everyone.
Monday from 1 to 4:30 pm, Money Smart Monday is at the Norristown
Library (Swede and Powell). From 1-2:30 pm is the Credit Sense session,
then Financial Preparation from 3-4:30 pm. Call 610-278-5100 for
There's a special meeting of the Zoning Board listed for 7 pm Monday night. No agenda listed so I don't know what it's about.
Tuesday at 6:30 pm, Council meeting at Municipal Hall. No agenda listed yet.
for Earth Day, The Norristown Project will conduct a clean-up of
Riverfront Park (1 Haws Avenue) from 5-7 pm. Can't make that one? A
second session will be held Saturday from 12:30 to 3 pm. All ages can
volunteer. Volunteers will be asked to clean Riverfront Park--trash that
has washed on the shore over the winter, plus debris and weeds around
the park. Time permitting, volunteers will then head to the surrounding
area and clean up trash and debris off the sidewalks. Just show up in
the parking lot of Riverfront to volunteer.
Next Friday morning at 10 am, Norristown Municipal Administrator Crandall Jones will hold another Facebook Chat at this link.
Go to that page and wait for the Chat post to come up. You must sign
onto Facebook to ask questions, but you should be able to read the
questions and answers even if you're not signed in.
is FOURTH FRIDAY DOWNTOWN and this month, it's bigger and better. From
noon-2 pm on Swede in front of the Courthouse and on the Public Square,
vendors will be on hand selling food and other items. Here's the evening
5-9 pm – Banh Mi Bar & Bistro (31 W. Main) – French/Vietnamese cuisine and live Asian music. No cover charge.
pm – Jazz on Cherry Street (216 Cherry) will present saxophonist Sam
Peake and pianist Carlos Jones. Free live jazz concert begins at 6 pm.
Mix and mingle atmosphere.
6-8 pm – Las Palmas Del Sur (10 W. Main) - Mexican cuisine and live music. No cover charge.
8-10 pm – Salsa on Cherry (216 Cherry, 2nd Floor)– Salsa lessons until 9 pm ($7 per person) followed by free dancing.
8-10 pm – Jus’ Java (317 Swede) - Live acoustic music. No cover. Gourmet coffee, tea and café food available. BYOB.
Remember, parking on the streets is free after 6 pm. There's also a parking garage at Cherry and Main.
Saturday from 7-10pm, ACPPA will hold their annual benefit gala: An
Evening on the Red Carpet, at Grace Lutheran Hall on Haws Avenue. $35
per person general admission or VIP admission at $45 per person which
includes access to champagne bar, chair massages and VIP gift. Delicious
catered food, an open bar, and great music throughout the entire
evening’s affair. While you are enjoying yourself upstairs, there will
be a complimentary separate party for the kids, ages 2-12 as well. For
more information about the gala, please visit acppa.net. Tickets are available at http://acpparedcarpet.eventbrite.com, in their office, or over the phone at 610-277-2270.