Nothing's happening this week in N-town (outside of the regular library programs which you should definitely check out, especially if you have kids--click on the calendar link to the right). So I waited until today to posted upcoming events.
Sunday, Jan 3, 10 am-1 pm, Open Mic at Coffee Talk, 507 W Marshall. $5 admission.
Also on Sunday, after the Open Mic, from 1:30-5 pm, Coffee Talk will also host "Pork and Kraut," an afternoon of music, conversation, and the Polish foods traditional to the New Year. Sponsored by people in recovery and friends. Donation $5. for info, call 610-272-4811.
Monday from 5:30-6:30 pm, Chat with the Chief on Facebook. Chief Mark Talbot will be answering questions and addressing concerns the first Monday of 2016. Everyone is invited. Go to this link and follow instructions. You must be signed onto Facebook to ask questions, but anyone should be able to read along.
Tuesday at 7 pm at Municipal Hall, Council reorganization meeting,
followed by the regular monthly meeting at 7:30 pm. The new council reps
will be sworn in. I'll post next week regarding the agenda.
from 1-2:30 pm at First Presbyterian (E Airy and Dekalb), free
orientation session for anyone interested in becoming a volunteer
literacy tutor for adults. Hosted by the Literacy Council of Norristown.
For info and to register, contact 610-292-8515 or visit their website
Theatre Horizon's Theater School starts its
new classes for kids 5-15 on January 9th. View the offerings and
register at this link.
Saturday, January 9 from 8:30-11:30 pm is Comedy Night at Centre
Theater (208 DeKalb). Starving Artist Prevention presenting Jon Koppel
in "Wait, Who?" Doors open
at 7:30pm, show begins at 8:30pm. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the
door. For tickets, call 484-809-4216 or 215-906-0919 or go to koppel.brownpapertickets.com.
The Historical Society is closed now through January 10. They'll reopen on January 11.
Have a safe New Year's Eve, whatever you've got planned.