Not as busy as last weekend, but still quite a few events, for families or an adult night out. Enjoy the summer-like weather.
Friday, April 28, 6:30 pm at Stewart Middle School cafeteria. Family Bingo Night. $15 per family includes 12 games and one raffle ticket. Additional games and raffles available for purchase. Refreshments available.
Friday, 8 pm at Theatre Horizon, "White" continues its run. Other shows this week are Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm (limited availability) and a second Norristown Night on Tuesday at 6:30 pm because the NN show on Wednesday is already sold out. Tickets and performance schedule at this link. The show runs through May 21.
Saturday is the last chances to see Norristown Remembered: The Art of Frank Batson, at The Historical Society of Montgomery County (1654 DeKalb). Exhibit is FREE and open to the public. Hours vary. For info, contact 610-272-0297 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Society is handicapped accessible.
Saturday, 10 am-1 pm at Covenant of Praise Church (900 W Airy). Community Flea Market. Rent a 10X10 Spot for $15 (you supply the table) or for $20 (we supply the table). $5 entry fee for best table theme along with a gift card give-away every hour. Music, food and fun. Contact Daniel Phaeton for info, 610-633-8182, email@example.com
Saturday, 8-11 pm at Five Saints Distilling (Main and Green). Brian Horoho performs.
Monday, 6-7:30 pm, Christian Network Outreach Church (1001 Swede). Norristown Community Meeting of Habitat (for Humanity) Montco to discuss our future Neighborhood Revitalization efforts.
Tuesday, 2-3:30 pm at the Norristown Library Board Room (2nd Floor). Mystery Tuesdays Book Club. Meets the first Tuesday of each month, led by Monica D'Antonio. This month's book is the classic “And Then There Were None," by Agatha Christie. Copies of the book are available at the Front Desk. Pre-registration is encouraged. Stop by the Front Desk or call to pre-register. 610-278-5100, x0 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 7:30 pm, Council Meeting at Municipal Hall.
Thursday, at the Norristown Library. Registration for Science in the Summer begins. Children entering grades 2 through 6 in the fall can sign up for this free, fun science enrichment program provided by The Franklin Institute. This year: the Science of Sports. Behind every professional basketball player, gymnast, swimmer, and sprinter is a team of scientists who help athletes excel in their sport, from trainers, nutritionists and physical therapists to statisticians and equipment engineers. Students will learn about these scientists and tackle basic scientific concepts through fun, hands-on activities like experimenting with healthy sports drink recipes and creating their own bouncy balls to test bounce height against other sports balls. Two-day session dates are July 5 and 6, or July 31 and August 1. Sign up is online at this link and requires an email address. Please visit http://www.scienceinthesummer.com/ to sign up.