Friday, January 22, 2016

Events (But Stay Home Instead)

Once again, hardly anything going on this week in town, which is a good thing, because of the snowstorm.  Hopefully most of us will be out and about by Monday (though alleys don't get plowed, so those of us who must park behind our houses will see you in the spring). As for the events below, I'd call ahead to make sure they haven't been cancelled or postponed.

Need a snow day activity? Go to this link and vote for the Montco Happenings you liked best this past year.  Selma Ghost Tours, Riverfest, and Winter Wonderland were all nominated again (weirdly, Winter Wonderland says Worcester. It should be Norristown.) Check out the other categories, too. You can add favorite places or events. Let's put Norristown on the Happenings map.

If you were planning to go to Salsa on Cherry Street Saturday, it's been cancelled due to weather.

Monday from 7-9 pm at Montgomery County Human Services (1430 Dekalb), Free Home Buying Basics class sponsored by Genesis Housing. Learn about realtors, agreements of sale, mortgages, inspections and more. Learn about grant and loan programs for homebuyers.

Tuesday, noon at Casa Bonita, the Norristown Schuylkill Rivertown Action Committee is meeting to discuss art on the trail. If you'd like to be involved, RSVP to Lizzie Hessek at The Rivertown Committee is under the auspices of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council.

Tuesday, 6:30-8:30 pm, The nurses of Mercy Suburban are once again offering a free laundry event at the laundromat in the 800 Block of Dekalb. Free use of washers and dryers for those who need it. Join them for some laundry and conversation.

Tuesday at 7 pm, Zoning Board Hearing at Municipal Hall. Agenda this link. Interestingly, 1529 Dekalb is NOT listed, though I thought they were supposed to take a vote on that (that's the historic Tennis Club building and lot).

ACPPA's Summer Camp Registration is open. This summer's theme is Animal Planet and will encourage campers (ages 3-12) to consider the many ways in which we share this world with other living things and how they inspire us. In addition to intensive creative explorations of visual arts, dance, music, and drama, students will enjoy weekly swimming trips, zoo and aquarium field trips, and visits from special guests. For more information or to register for Animal Planet, visit this link or call the office at 610-277-2270.

Stay home. Enjoy the blizzard from indoors.

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