Around the City – Norrista Garden Club Set my music

On Saturday, September 25, the Norrest Garden Garden Club is hosting a flower show Do mine rock Me Central Schweinfeldder Church, 2111 Valley Forge Road. Lansdale, PA 19446. The flower show features garden and design exhibits. There will also be a craft market. The people should marry respectfully for this free event.

MC-NPL expands hours

The Montgomery County-Noristory Public Library (Main Library at 1001 Paul Avenue, Norrista) is open to the public on an extended schedule. Pedestrian removal services will continue for those who do not want to enter the building. The schedule does not apply to our branches. Each branch has its own hours and services. Please contact your branch for more information. The main library is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• Pick up cards, items, and containers

• Use our fencing removal service

• Return items

• Use our catalog

• Using computers

• Copying / printing

• Ask questions

The Children’s Learning Center, Community Room and Board Room are currently closed.

For more information, visit or call 610-278-5100.

The Michael Petron Foundation Golf Journey is scheduled for September 20, 2021

The 22nd Michael Petron Foundation Golf Club will host the Gilberttsville Bella Vista Golf Club on September 20, 2021. This year’s exit will be held in memory of MPF friend Phil Cavalcante. Proceeds from this year’s outlet will be donated to Cavalcante by Ken Craw and Kiston fighters for organizations close to the heart. For more information on the exit, visit the foundation’s website at

Michael Petron Foundation In 1999, he underwent a heart and kidney transplant in honor of his classmate Petron, who died a year ago. It was founded to support the four most important things for Mike’s family, friends, children, and charities that reflect his hometown’s Norris. Since 1999, members of the Petron Foundation have worked to help those in need to honor their loved ones.

Free movie nights in Norrista

The Norrista Municipality offers a free movie night throughout the summer at the Fire Chiefs’ memorial at Elwood Park.

Bring these family-friendly movies with snacks, blankets and chairs at 7 p.m.

The film program is as follows:

September 24 – The Croods

SOMC golf tournament at TM is back

Special Montgomery County Golf Annual Golf Tournament returns to Thee.

SOMC will celebrate the 25th Annual Golf Classic on Monday, September 13, 2021 at the North Hills National Club in Glendale.

To register online, go to SOMC and follow the link.

Shooting starts at 10:00 pm, 12:00 PM. Foursomes must be registered separately.

For more information on the Golf Classic, please visit the Special Olympics website here. All government guidelines and CDC guidelines apply to COVID-19.

New Year: Please visit SOMC’s online bid here ( New items are added regularly before the event, so check back often. The first item is the Ryder Cup flag signed by USA team captain Steve Stricker.

All revenue goes directly to SomC athletes!

MC-NPL offers virtual programs for children

Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library, 1001 Powell Street, Norristown, offers virtual programs for children. Currently, all programs will be online until further notice or as a catch-all activity.

Bounce & Rhyme Storytime

Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to December 14

Stories, songs, poems and finger toys for you and your child! 0-18 months old. Drop it. A mask is required.

Prepare a school notebook

Tuesday, September 7

Available all day

Celebrate back to school with a school diary! Make an exciting collage that you can fill out during the school year and save for future years. Supplies are limited. Intended for ages 5-12. fall out.

Pokémon Club

Wednesday, September 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 4:15 p.m.

New to MC-NPL this fall! Call all Pokémon trainers! Are you a fan, or interested in learning more about this fun franchise? Join our new Pokémon Club! Learn about business cards, complete art projects, try new video games and more! Intended for 6-12 years. A mask is required.

Virtual history time

Wednesday through December 15th

Can’t live in history? Will it stay safe during the outbreak? Check it out on our YouTube channel! Stories, songs and poems for 2-5 year olds. Check out the new story time every Wednesday at

History of Way Readers

Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 16 p.m.

Stories, songs, poems and activities for 2-5 year olds with a guardian. Drop it. A mask is required.

Family History Time

Saturday, September 11 at 11:00 p.m.

Join us for a time of history for the whole family! Stories, songs and poems for 2-6 year olds. Drop it. A mask is required.

Make a circuit board!

Thursday, September 16

Available all day

Light up your designs using LED bulbs, flexible tape, and batteries. If you are unable to attend this program in person, there is limited supply of luggage and transportation. Call 610-278-5100 x 205 to book. Intended for ages 5-11. Adult monitoring is required for this activity.

Crafts go!

Saturday, September 18

Grab a picture or craft supply to make some fun creations at home and go. A different project each month. If you would like to follow, or use the instructions included to compile the project yourself, a YouTube tutorial will be posted on our YouTube channel. Supplies are limited. Some projects require additional supplies. Call the library at 610-278-5100 X. 205 to book your package.

Find lessons on our YouTube channel

I can draw!

Friday, September 24

Do you always want to learn how to draw your favorite characters? Join us for a special drawing class on Friday, September 24 at 4:30 p.m. Learn to draw a dog man, a pickup, and more! Intended for 6-12 years. Mask required

Kinder music

Saturday, September 25 at 10:30 p.m.

Music fun for ages 2-5. Jingle, bang, sing, shake and clap for fun. Your little one will explore different instruments, melodies, songs, and more! Drop it. A mask is required.


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