Friday, January 8, 2016

Comedy, Music, Baseball and More

Not too many special events this week but remember, the Library always has something going on. Click on the link in the right column to see those events.

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?" Performances by Brandon Mitchell, Jeff Roser, and Robert Rule. Audience will vote to determine their next headliner. 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.

Also Saturday night, 8-11 pm at August Moon, Harry Butch Reed featuring SoulFuego. Doors open at 7 pm. 3 sets on the hour. $10 cover, 2 drink minimum

Monday, 6-8:10 pm in the Eisenhower Middle School Gym,  Norristown Little League Clinic begins. Ages 4-7 (6:15-7 pm), 8-12 (7-8:10 pm) Cost: $25/6 weeks. NLL has partnered with some great local college coaches to work with the kids and run the clinics. For more info contact William Plichta, Recreation Director, 610-270-0467, or go to this link

Also Monday, 7-9 pm, at Montgomery County Human Services (1430 Dekalb), Free class sponsored by Genesis Housing on understanding credit and credit scores. Obtain a Free Credit Report from Major Credit Bureaus with Scores. Learn How to Improve Your Credit Score. Register online at

Tuesday from 5:30-8:30 pm at Montco Intermediate Unit (2 W Lafayette), Introduction to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. A public information session for parents, students, professionals and other community stakeholders. Participants will receive an overview of OVR and the services available. Highlights of the Early Reach Initiative will also be discussed for youth between the ages of 14-21 to engage with OVR at an earlier age. Contact the Early Reach Coordinator: Stephanie Perry at 484-250-4340 ext 161 or

Also Tuesday, 7 pm at Municipal Hall, Planning Commission Meeting. No agenda yet.
Wednesday from 6-7 pm, Norristown Municipal Administrator Crandall Jones is holding a Facebook Live Chat. Go to this link at that time. You need to sign onto Facebook to ask questions, but  you should be able to read along otherwise. I don't think too many people showed up for the chat with Chief Talbot last week (probably too close to the holidays). Here's your second chance to find out what's going on in the borough from the comfort of your own computer.

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