Friday, Oct. 25: guests are invited to tour the 19th century Selma Mansion, Norristown’s premiere haunted house, for a Halloween ghost tour. Proceeds will benefit Norristown Preservation Society and will help to restore Selma. Refreshments will be available. Click HERE for more info.
Saturday, Oct. 26: Norristown Parks & Recreation
presents a Halloween Spook-tacular at Elmwood Park in Norristown where people
of all ages can don a costume and come to the bandshell at 1 p.m. Judging will
start at 1:10 p.m. where prizes will be doled out. All people participating
will receive a goody bag, a hot dog and a drink. The age groups are 2-5, 6-8,
9-12 and 13-? The rain date is Oct. 27. Click HERE for more info.
Saturday, Oct. 26: West Norriton will hold its annual
Halloween Parade & Party at the Norristown Area High School’s athletic
complex in Norristown starting 10 a.m. All children must be in costume. There
will be candy, live entertainment, give-aways and food. The East Norriton
Middle School Marching Band and the Frank C. Parker Post American Legion Post
901 will lead the parade, which will begin at the track. After the parade has
finished the "Give & Take Jugglers" will perform in the gym. Should
it rain, the day will start in the gym at 10:30 a.m. Click HERE for more info.
Thursday, Oct. 31: Trick-or-treating in Norristown, East
Norriton and West Norriton.
Thursday, Oct. 31: The Kingdom Family Fellowship is hosting a ‘Hallelujah Night’ with fun, games, costumes and more for children and families held at the Faith & Hope Church of the Nazarene in Norristown. Children ages 5-13 are welcome with supervision to enjoy games and snacks and to dress in costumes that evoke the bible; there will be a prize for the best biblical costume. According to Pastor Marvin Savage, it is a night for fun and fellowship. Click HERE for more info.
Friday, Nov. 1: the Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center in Norristown will host a Halloween Step Show and Battle of the Bands from 7-10 p.m. where students from historically black higher education institutions show off their moves, along with marching bands. Tickets are $15. Click HERE for more info.