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Destination Norristown Arts Hill: Creating change through creativity The Norristown Arts Festival brings together talents from across the Philadelphia region for a day of food, fun and entertainment for people of all ages. Showcasing local and regional talents the festival strives to bring new life to the Norristown community through the arts. Visit for directions and more information.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Norristown Gears Up For Festival

                  2nd Annual Arts Festival
              Saturday, May 7, 2011
                         Rain or Shine
         DeKalb Street between Lafayette and Airy
                  Scheduled Performances By          
Centre Theater              
Theatre Horizon Metropolitan Ballet       
Cabrini Dance 
George Weldon Jazz Trio           
Alaina Nelson                                                       
Coptic Youth Choir
Iron Age Theatre           
Tom Rogers                 
Dave C. Perry                  
ACPPA  Arts Cntr         
Montco Theatre  
Bowman Dance Co & School
John Crouse
         Join us for the Celebration
           Festival Office: 484-961-0884

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

PECO Sponsors 2nd Annual Norristown Arts Festival

Norristown, PA:  PECO Energy has made a $5,000 grant to support the second annual Norristown Arts Hill Festival. 

"PECO’s great show of support is truly appreciated. Their contribution significantly helps to meet the needs of producing a large scale event such as this," says Richard W. Rogers, Jr., Norristown Arts Council President/Festival Logistics Chairman.

The Norristown Arts Hill Festival will be held on Saturday May 7th, from 10 am to 5 pm, at Main and DeKalb Streets in Norristown.  Last year’s Festival drew over 2,000 visitors and featured 30 performers.  The Festival is located on “Arts Hill”, a section of Norristown that includes the Montgomery County Cultural Center, Theater Horizon, Iron Age Theatre, Centre Theater, and the Project Twenty1 film studio. 

“We believe Arts Hill will be a destination for artists, businesses and consumers,” says Gene Frank, Festival Coordinator. He continues, “Countless members of the community are giving their time, energy and money to help make this vision a reality.  We’re excited that PECO has chosen to participate in such a big way.”

“Arts and culture organizations have an economic impact of more than $1 billion on our local economy,” said Suzanne Ryan, PECO’s Montgomery County External Affairs manager.  “Through PECO-sponsored programs we help people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy and experience the arts throughout our region.”

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