Friday, April 6, 2018

FREE Comic Fest, Community Arts, and More

This weekend's event at Selma Mansion, Ladies of Selma II, has been rescheduled to April 28 due to bad weather and cold. But Comic Fest is still on at the library.

Saturday, April 7, 10 am-3 pm at Norristown Public Library. Comic Fest. Gaming, cosplay, workshops, vendors and more. Plenty of things to see and do for any interest and age. Special activities for kids include: Read to a Superhero Therapy Dog from 11-1, Writing a Great Comic workshop at 11 am, and Creative Cartooning at 1 pm, plus crafts, special guests, and other fun activities. For info contact Asha Verma, 610-278-5100, ext 0 or

Saturday, 7-11 pm, Five Saints Distilling (Green and Main). Wildflower performs.

Sunday, 1-4 pm, Community Arts Norristown (506 Haws Ave--where ACPPA used to be). Open House. Meet the teachers, check out the schedule, see the space. Refreshments and a drawing for a free class. Call 610-275-1545 for info.

Monday, 5:30-8 pm at Stewart Middle School. Family Night Out continues. For parents and youth aged 10-14. Help your youth succeed during their teen years. Free progam, dinner, raffles and prizes. This program is 7 Mondays from April 9-May 14. To sign up, contact Carolyn Herrera 610-630-2111, x270 or email

Tuesday, 7 pm, Municipal Hall. Planning Commission meeting.

Wednesday, 1-3:30 pm, Norristown Public Library Board Room (Powell and Swede, 2nd Fl), Mary's Matinee. Enjoy a free movie in our boardroom the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. This showing: "Darkest Hour." Drop in. Contact Mary Motta at 610-278-5100 x111 or

Wednesday, 5-7 pm at Norristown Library. My Life Montco meeting.

Also next Saturday, 7 pm at August Moon. The Last 2nd Saturday Jazz Night until the fall. The Tony Smith Quartet performs.

On Saturday, April 28, 11 am-4 pm at Selma Mansion (1301 W Airy). The Ladies of Selma II. FREE and open to the public. Norristown Preservation Society takes another look at the feminine side of our American past. Learn about the Women of Selma Mansion, historical women’s clothing, and the surprising political histories of pockets and pot holders. Help churn fresh butter. Sample historical recipes. Music and more. Drop in.

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