Tonight, Friday (Nov 20) starting at 7 pm at George and Marshall Sts, Norristown Rebels would like to invite everyone, family and friends, to the Norristown Stop The Violence March. They'll end at Willow and Spruce for a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the ones we have lost in our community. Join in and support peace in our town. If you can't walk, come for the vigil at the end.
Go to this link to see the schedule. For free tickets, call 610-283-2230 ext 1. For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2-4 pm -- Norristown Public Library (Powell and Swede) has a new Third
Saturday Book Club that meets monthly. If you are an avid reader and
would like to discuss a book a month with other adults, contact Asha
Verma, 610-278-5100, email@example.com.
(Remember that the library also has regular events for kids and adults nearly
every day. Click on their calendar link to the right of this article.)
Purchase tickets at this link. Proceeds support the arts in Norristown.
Tuesday at 7 pm at Municipal Hall, Zoning Board Hearing. The agenda is available at this link.
2 properties are involved. 637 Markley is the Mexican market near W.
Marshall. The agenda doesn't say what the owner wants to do with it,
only that he wants a variance. The other is 1529 Dekalb, the Tennis Club
property. Sarah Peck's Progressive Ventures wants to build 34 housing
units on 1.2 acres.
On Thursday, have a good and safe Thanksgiving.