Friday, October 20, 5:30-7 pm, Musselman Learning Center, 1020 Sandy Hill Rd. Fire Safety Fair. FREE and open to all.
Friday, 5-6 pm at Greater Norristown PAL (340 Harding Blvd). Tell It Like It Is. New program for Teen Girls (13+). Open discussion. Bring a friend.
Friday, doors open 5:45 pm at First Presbyterian Church (Airy & Dekalb). Norristown Rec presents Movie Night. Kung Fu Panda 3. FREE. Also an open gym and craft room.
Full schedule and tickets at this link.
Saturday, Noon-7 pm at St. Patrick's Church Hall (in the basement, enter to left of church at 714 Dekalb St.) Soul Food Day. The Davis Family will cater a special fundraiser for St Pat's Church. $14 per person gets you a choice of fried or baked chicken, fried fish or barbecued spare ribs, choice of sides: Mac and cheese or potato salad; collards or string beans or sweet potatoes. Variety of pies and cakes for dessert. BYOB. No reservations, just stop by.
Saturday, 3-5 pm at Elmwood Park Zoo's Pavillion. Climate change Is Not A Myth. PennEnvironment will show how climate change is effecting our community and what you can do about it. FREE admission. For info, contact Angelique Hinton, 610-952-2282, Angeliquehinton03@gmail.com.
Saturday starting at 7 pm at Diva's Kitchen (9 W Main). Pre-Halloween New Wave Show. $10 for admission and finger food. BYOB. For info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-202-5064.
Saturday, 8 pm-midnight at Five Saints Distillery (E Main and Green Sts.). Jazz 180 will perform.
Tuesday, 5-7 pm at the Carver Center. Expungement Clinic hosted by Senator Daylin Leach and LegalAid of Southeastern PA. To attend, you must RSVP to email@example.com or call 610-768-4200.
Tuesday 6-8 pm, Historical Society of Montco (1654 Dekalb). Understanding Style in Early America. New workshop will take a look at various styles in the arts and architecture of early America. $10 Members/$15 Nonmembers. Contact Barry Rauhauser, 610-272-0297, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, 7 pm, Zoning Board Hearing at Municipal Hall. Agenda at this link.
Wednesday, 4:30-6:30 pm at First Presbyterian Church (Airy and Delkalb). Volunteer Tutor Orientation. Find out how to become a tutor for an adult needing help with reading, writing, math, GED prep or English as a Second Language (ESL). Free 1.5 hour Orientation offered by the Literacy Council of Norristown. To register, call (610-292-8515) or visit our website: www.LcnLit.org. Contact Theresa Oliver, 610-292-8515, email@example.com.
Thursday, 11 am-2:30 pm on East Main in front of the Courthouse. LAST DAY for the Norristown Farmers Market this year. Fall seasonal veggies and apples, farm fresh, plus baked goods.
Next Saturday, October 28, 10 am-noon, new Life Internet Cafe (19 W Marshall). Photo ID Clinic. If you need a photo ID, bring any of the following: SS Car, old photo ID, driver license, military ID, marriage or divorce papers, passport, school ID, birth certificate, naturalization/ citizenship papers. Also bring proof of residence. Info at 610-945-6398.
Next Saturday, 10 am-2 pm, Norristown Police Department, 235 E Airy, Take Back Day. Make your home safer by cleaning out your medicine cabinets and dropping off unwanted or expired prescription and over-the-counter medicines.
Next Saturday, 2-5 pm at Selma Mansion (1301 W Airy). Bring your kids Trick or Treating at Selma. FREE admission. Costume Contest at 3 pm. Cheap kids games (25 cents/ticket). Benefits the upkeep of Selma Mansion.
Next Saturday, 3-6 pm at Martin Luther King Park (Oak St). Fall Festival. FREE for kids. Games, food, raffles, lots of candy. Positive costumes allowed.