Friday, February 19, 2016

Theater, Sports, Police Town Hall

(Maybe even a Zoning Meeting, if they can get their act together, but don't hold your breath.)

Friday, Feb 19 at 8 pm at Theatre Horizon (401 DeKalb), "Lobby Hero" continues. Performances this week are Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm, Wednesday at 6:30 pm, 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

Monday and Wednesday, 6:30-8 pm at Eisenhower Middle School, registration for Norristown Elite Track & Field for ages K-8. Also registration on Saturday the 27th at the Bandshell in Elmwood Park from 10-11:30 am. Cost: $110/registration (includes sweatshirt, t-shirt, uniform and track meet fees). For info, contact Mark Benjamin or the Recreation Department at 610-270-0467. Anyone who is looking to volunteer or be a coach, please reach out ASAP.

Also Monday and Wednesday, 6:30-8 pm at Eisenhower Middle School and Sat Feb 27 at the Bandshell, 10-11:30 pm, registration for Little League Baseball and T-ball, ages 4-16. Fee: $120 per player (includes Beef & Beer ticket), $25 each additional sibling/ Late fee after Feb 27 $10. For Further Info Call 610-270-0467 or or go to They need coaches, sponsors, umpires, volunteers for snack bar, etc.

Monday, 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.

Tuesday, 7 pm at Municipal Hall, Zoning Meeting. The agenda is available at this link, but frankly, if council still hasn't appointed the vacancies yet, you might as well not go because they won't have a quorum and the people asking for variances will get whatever they want by default. In this way, Council allowed Sarah Peck permission to do whatever she wants with 1529 Dekalb, despite the protests of residents in the neighborhood and the rest of us who are thoroughly pissed off that the Historic Erskine Tennis Club will be destroyed, not because of any democratic vote but because people in government didn't do their jobs properly.

Wednesday from 6-7:30 pm at Evangel Assembly of God, 810 E Marshall. First 2016 Town Hall Meeting for the Norristown Police Department. They'll talk about patrol strategy, review crime reduction and have a Q&A session with the officers patrolling your streets. Invite your friends, neighbors and family.

Thursday, February 25, 5-6:30 pm at the Historical Society of Montgomery County (1654 Dekalb), Lisa Minardi will give a lively presentation about the ongoing research and restoration of The Speaker’s House, the historic home of Frederick Muhlenberg in Trappe, PA. The presentation begins at 5 pm with a social gathering and light refreshments. Lectures begin at 5:30 and last for about an hour with time for questions at the end. This program is free and open to the public.

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