Friday, September 15, 2017

Theater, Rock The Block, Mexican Fest, and More

A touch of Indian summer this weekend (thanks to Irma whipping some tropical air our way). One note though: Riverfest has been cancelled for this year.

Friday, September 15, 9 am-2 pm, PARK(ing) day on Main St. in front of the Courthouse. The notice says "Everyone is invited to come see how an ordinary parking spot can be transformed into a great public space." But the purpose of PARK(ing) Day is for everyone to get involved. If you want to participate, all you need to do is pay the meter for each hour that you're going to use the space and bring whatever you need to turn that space into a recreational space.

Friday, 8 pm at Centre Theater (208 Dekalb). the play "'Night, Mother," presented by 1880 Theatricals. Also Saturday night at 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm and next Thurs, Fri. and Sat. at 8 pm. Tickets:

Saturday, Sept 16, 8 am-3 pm, Habitat for Humanity's Rock The Block, Cherry St Park (W Oak and Cherry). Lunch provided. Info and registration online at or on their Facebook page at HabitatMontco.

Saturday, 9 am-noon at Montgomery Hose Fire Co. (Freedley and Pine). Rabies Clinic for all dogs, cats and ferrets. Only $10 per pet.

Saturday, 7:30 pm at Coffee Talk (507 W Marshall), Herman Bruning performs. Donations accepted.

Saturday, 8-11 pm, Five Saints Distilling (Main and Green). Music by Brick.

Sunday. 1-6 pm at St. Patrick's Hall and parking lot (Dekalb and Chestnut). Mexican Independence Day Festival. Great Mexican food and beer. Music and dance. Grupo de Danza Nuevo Mexico (also known as the Mexican Kids Dancers) will perform.

Tuesday, 6:30 pm, Council Workshop at Municipal Hall.

Thursday, 11 am-2:30 pm on East Main in front of the Courthouse. The Norristown Farmers Market still continues every Thursday through Oct 26. Fall seasonal veggies and apples, farm fresh, plus baked goods (even gluten-free).

Next Saturday, Sept 23, 10 am at Eisenhower Middle School. Convoy of Hope. Free groceries, health and dental screenings, haircuts, family portraits, meals, etc. While supplies last.

Also next Saturday, 11 am at Montgomery Cemetery. How the Streets Got Their Names Cemetery Tour by the Historical Society.

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