The weather is supposed to be beautiful tonight for both Fourth Friday and Family Fun Friday. Get out and enjoy it.
Today is Fourth Friday Downtown. Come for the food and the arts or enjoy a relaxing game of Spades. Here's the schedule:
Noon - 2 pm, Courthouse Square - Food and other vendors with fun lunchtime activities. Brush up on your golf putting, play a quick game of chess or paint a masterpiece with friends (group painting), PLUS see children from the ACPPA Community Art Center perform selections from their upcoming production at Theater Horizon at 1:10 pm!
5 - 7 pm, Sessano Cafe & Deli (corner of Airy and Swede) - Award winning sandwiches meets Group Art Painting. Come out to create your own masterpiece. ($7 admission for painting workshop)
7 - 10 pm, Jazz on Cherry Street (216 Cherry) The impeccable sounds of Saxophonist Mike Clay as he leads his Jazz Ensemble with Straight Ahead and Contemporary Jazz to soothe your soul! (Tickets $15 at this link.)
8-10 pm, also at Jus' Java – Spades Tournament. Are you interested in
playing spades? If you love to play cards, you'll have a good time. Come
out and compete in the spades tournament.
as usual, it's Family Fun Friday tonight at Scag Cottman Park (Basin
& Violet Sts) from 6 to 9 pm. Movies, food, games and entertainment
for kids ages 6-13. Presented by Buck Jones in association with Main St.
Water Ice. For info, call 267-774-1694.
This weekend the Ancient
Order of Hibernians are meeting at a local convention and on Saturday
at 4 pm, a special Irish mass will be held at St Patrick's Church
(Dekalb and Chestnut). Come if you want to see Irish pageantry, bagpipes
night's FREE Concert in the Park this week features British Invasion -
60's British and American Music. 7 pm-9 pm. Elmwood Park bandshell.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Food available for purchase.
- Friday from 6-8 pm, Norristown Youth Eagles registration, at the
field. 484-429-9330 or email email@example.com
night at 7 pm at Municipal Hall. Zoning Board Hearing. Agenda can be found at this link.
from 7-9 pm at the Historical Society of Montgomery County (1654
Dekalb), local historian and author Michael Tolle will discuss his
newest book "They've Been Down So Long...". Copies of his book will be
available for purchase and signing. This program is free and open to the
public. Contact Karen Wolfe, Executive Director 610-272-0297 or
Wednesday at 3 pm, Elmwood Park Zoo will hold a
"Keeper Chat" on Facebook. Go to this link at that time and one of
their lead keepers will answer all of your questions about the Zoo's
newest residents, the red pandas.
Lots of other events at the Zoo and Library. Check out their Facebook and web pages for more details.