First, someone tell me what's up with the town calendar at Norristown.org. Hardly anything is listed on it, not even Municipal meetings like Council and Zoning. The one event that IS there--the ICN Senior Fair--is listed on the wrong days and as a repeating event, which it isn't (it's listed as the right day on the home page, but if you click through to the calendar, it's wrong). This gives visitors to the site the impression that our town drunk is in charge of updating the calendar. Not a good look for the town and not a positive way to start off the year. Can we fix it, please?
Thanks to Shae Ashe for keeping a dependable calendar of Norristown events on The Norristown Project site.
Saturday, January 7 at Noon, 1:30 pm and 3 pm. Tour Five Saints Distilling (Green and E Main). Tours are 1.25 hours and include the firehouse, distillery and a tasting. Tickets $10 per person.
Saturday, 8-10 pm, Five Saints Distilling. Peggy Kellar performs live.
Tuesday, 2-3:30 pm at the Norristown Library (Swede and Powell), Great
Books Group. Come for an engaging book discussion. This month's book is
The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. The Great Books group meets every
second Tuesday of the month. New members are welcome. For more
information, contact Shirley Miller at 610-272-4179.
Tuesday, 7 pm, Municipal Hall. Planning Commission meeting.
Wednesday, Indoor Soccer at Eisenhower Middle School. Ages 4-8 starts at 6:15 and 9-13 at 7 pm. Register at 610-270-0467.
6:30 pm, the Norristown Riverfront Community will meet at Alfredo's
Restaurant (Hamilton and W. Main). This month Carrie Barron from the
Audubon Center at Mill Grove will be on hand to discuss the possibility
of partnering with NRFC for some programs and projects starting in the
spring. What would you like to see at Riverfront Park? Activities where
kids can learn about the river and nature? A native plants garden? Bird
walks? It's important that Norristown residents are involved in the
process. Come Wed night and give your input. For info, contact Elena at email@example.com
Saturday, January 14, 8-11 pm, August Moon, 300 E Main. Second Saturday
Jazz features the Dylan Taylor Quartet. Dine in during the show to
enjoy August Moon's Korean/Japanese cuisine and sushi. Jazz doors open
at 7 pm. Sets on the hour.
The Sewing Club of Ebenezer Methodist
Church (234 E Spruce) is organizing a bus trip to the National Museum of
African American History & Culture in Washington, DC. The trip will
be Saturday, April 22. $80 per person. If you're interested, call