Friday, February 26, 2016

History vs. Developers, plus music, theater, and other events

A few important events that should be noted: Ebenezer Methodist Church is now an official historic site. The marker will be dedicated Sunday at 11:30 am. Hopefully that will keep it from ever joining other Norristown landmarks that have been demolished. If you want to express your opinion on the latest endangered historic building, The Erskine Tennis Club, Valerie Scott Cooper will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting with guest speaker, developer Sarah Peck on Thursday. Details below.
Friday, Feb 26 at 8 pm at Theatre Horizon (401 DeKalb), "Lobby Hero" continues. Performances this week are Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm. The show will run through March 13. Tickets and schedule at this link. For information, contact Josh Millhouse, 610-283-2230 or go to

Saturday from 5-9 pm at the Carver Community Center, Apollo Night Talent Show hosted by the Norristown R.e.b.e.l.s. Singers, Rappers, Dancers. Open to ages 5-13, 14-17, 18 and up. Cash prizes. 3 professional judges and 1 sandman.  Contact 484-868-7656 or 484-288-0982. After party also, 9 pm-1 am.

Sunday at 11:30 am at Ebenezer Methodist Church, 234 E Spruce (at Arch). Dedication of their historical marker. Ebenzer Methodist Church has been named to the National Register of Historical Sites. The Montgomery County Historical Society will be on hand to assist in the dedication.

Sunday at 4 pm at Coffee Talk, 507 W Marshall. Blues and Jazz featuring Vince Roggio and friends. Admission $5.

Tuesday, 7:30 pm, Municipal Hall. Council meeting. No agenda yet.

Wednesday, 6:30 pm at Norristown Library, Town Hall Meeting sponsored by Councilwomen Valerie Scott Cooper. Guest Speaker developer Sarah Peck (Tennis Club demolition and development at 1529 Dekalb).

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