Even with the holidays, there's still a long list of things to do in Norristown this week.
Today Friday, Dec 18th, 8-11 am in the Main Floor Lobby of Human Service Center (1430 Dekalb St) is the Nurse Family Partnership Bake Sale. All proceeds benefit our volunteer photographer so she can continue to take pictures of the NFP babies for free of charge.
Tonight, ACPPA's "Norristown Nutcracker" opens at 7 pm at East Norriton Middle School. Second performance on Saturday at 2 pm. Tickets at this link.
Also tonight at 7:30 pm, "The Santaland Diaries" opens at Theatre Horizon. It runs 3 days only--Friday, Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets $25-32.
Saturday from 10 am-2 pm at the Norristown Library (1001 Powell St); New Beginnings Evangelistic Outreach Ministries presents Christmas Fellowship. Food, fun, door prizes, games.
Saturday from 11:45-2 pm at the First Presbyterian Church Gym (Airy and Dekalb), FREE Open Gym. Pick up dodgeball games, pillo polo, indoor soccer, ping pong, foosball, air hockey or just running around. Just show up for fun. Sponsored by Norristown Recreation and First Pres Sports Club. You can also register for winter Recreation programs there.
Sunday from 11 am -3 pm at Hair Illusions, 1221 W Main St - Handbag
& Jewelry Expo with door prizes, wine & cheese. Holiday sale 40%
off everything. More info call Hair Illusions at 610-277-6808.
at 1 pm at Casa Bonita (Oak and Dekalb), the Norristown Rivertown
Action Team will be meeting to discuss signage along Norristown's
stretch of the Schuylkill River Trail and for Riverfront Park. This is a
great way for Norristown businesses to attract the thousands of
potential customers who use the trail. Come be a part of the team. The
more residents/businesses who get involved, the better for Norristown.
RSVP to email@example.com
Tuesday at 7 pm at Municipal Hall.
Zoning Board Hearing. No agenda is posted yet, but I believe they might
be voting on the proposed high density development at 1529 Dekalb. Not
posting the agenda in a timely manner if it contains a major development
like that is a HUGE disservice to the community. I get the feeling
Scrooge is behind this.
Next week's list of events (if any) will probably be posted on Saturday the 26th. Have a safe and very Happy Christmas.