Many activities for kids and adults this Presidents' Day Weekend. Check out the Zoo and the Library, but also Valley Forge National Historical Park has FREE programs at the Visitor Center on Monday between 10 am and 2 pm for Washington's Birthday (with free birthday cake).
Friday, February 17, 2 pm at the Norristown Library (Powell and Swede). Spy Codes. Schools are off today so bring your kids to the library to learn about George Washington and Revolutionary spies. Decipher a code to find a hidden message, then make up coded messages of your own. Grades K-6. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.
Friday at 8 pm, "Grand Concourse" continues at Theatre Horizon. The play will run through Feb 26 (only 1 week and 3 days more). This week's other performances: 8 pm Saturday, 2 pm Sunday, and 7:30 Monday and Thursday. Go to this link for information and tickets.
Saturday, 7-11 pm at Five Saints Distilling (Green and Main). Rhodes Less Traveled will perform.
Monday, 1-2 pm at Elmwood Park Zoo. President's Day at EPZ. Ever wondered what animals have walked the halls of the White House? Learn all about the pets who have been President's best friend at our favorite annual "Presidential Pets" animal show in the Canopy Gardens Hall. FREE to attend with zoo admission. For more information, contact Guest Services at 610-277-3825 x222.
Mondays 5:30-7 pm starting this week at 1341 Sandy Hill Rd. "Understanding DAD -- An Awareness and Communication Program" for moms. Refreshments included. Contact Rev. Helen M.C. Jones at 610-275-7943 to register or learn more.
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Tuesday, 6:30 pm at Municipal Hall. Council Workshop.
Wednesday, 6:30 pm at Alfredo's Restaurant. Norristown Riverfront Community meeting. This meeting will focus on plans for an Earth Day event on April 22 at Riverfront Park to include a cleanup of the park, plus activities and info for kids and adults. All volunteers will be welcomed.
Next Saturday, Feb. 25, 10 am-noon at the New Life Internet Café, 19 W. Marshall. Photo ID Clinic, for photo IDs, birth certificates, Social Security cards, voter registration information or social services applications. Bring personal identification paperwork, such as your social security card, old photo ID or driver’s license, military ID, marriage or divorce certificates, passport, naturalization or citizenship certificate, or your birth certificate. You’ll also need proof of residence, such as a rental agreement, mortgage paperwork, utility bills, medical bills, W-2 forms, work ID, tax returns or bank statements.
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 484-674-5479.