Friday, May 1, 2015

2 Carnivals This Week and Much More

Today from noon to 1 pm, the Montgomery County Police Memorial Service will take place at Main and Swede Streets.

Tonight from 6 to 10 pm and tomorrow from 2-10 pm at St. Francis Church, Marshall and Buttonwood, Annual Carnival. Food, fun, games, rides.

Only NINE more performances for Theatre Horizon's IN THE BLOOD: Tonight and tomorrow at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 and 7:30 pm, Monday and Thursday at 7:30pm, Next Friday at 8 pm and next Saturday at 2 and 8 pm. Tickets and information at this link.

Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm at Elmwood Park Band Shell, the Crying Sam Elmwood Jam 4 The Hill. 7 bands, Times Herald’s presentation of the third annual Montco Idol Contest, Gretz Beer, food vendors. For more information go to this link. If you go, please remember that this isn't downtown, it's a residential area. Please be respectful of the neighbors and their properties.

Saturday from 1-3 pm at Jus' Java (317 Swede), book signing with Author David Child and his book "Santa Visits, Not What You Expect." Bring your children or someone else's. Free parking on weekends. Info about book at Also, don't forget Jus' Java's Sunday Live Music Series. Free live music in the afternoon on Sunday..

Tuesday at 7:30 pm, Council Meeting at Municipal Hall. No agenda yet.

Thursday, 5-10 pm at Elmwood Park Zoo, 1661 Harding Blvd. Season Kickoff Carnival. Games, food and fun in the zoo's lower parking lot. Thursday is wristband night. The carnival continues next Friday at 5 pm, and next Saturday and Sunday at noon. For more information, contact Guest Services at 610-277-3825 x222 or email

Thursday, at 7 pm at Eisenhower Middle School. Planning meeting for the Ntown Rhythm Youth Marching band. They need adult volunteer music and dance coaches. If you have an interest please attend the meeting. For info, contact Band Director Jocelyn Gooden Hadrick at

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