Our marquee is getting crowded!

CT Marquee

And that’s a good thing! We really appreciate all of the support we’ve received during the past few months. Our doors are wide open and we have two great events scheduled for February. We’re putting some new paint on the walls and we’re getting some new seats for the fourth floor theater to hold us over until we can raise enough money for a full rehab of the space. We’re also raising money to get our blade sign back in fully functioning order. So, come one come all to these two great events, share with others, including those looking for space to rent, and we’ll continue our behind the scenes work to bring the Centre Theater back up to full speed. As our Twitter tagline says, Steeped in history, excited for the future!


One thought on “Our marquee is getting crowded!

  1. Minister Howard Scott

    Norristown, PA – As Black History Month 2016 quickly approaches, preparations are underway to celebrate the unique contributions of people of color throughout the world.
    On February 12-13, 2016 an educational showcase featuring artifacts, prints, relics, photographs, memorabilia, historic depictions, skits, music and an opportunity for vendors to display and sell approved merchandise and community organizations to provide information on their services. This exciting two day event will be held Friday February 12, 2016 at The Centre Theater 208 Dekalb Street, Norristown, PA. And Saturday February 13, 2016 at Vance Center 212 Cherry St., Norristown, PA both events begin promptly from 12:00 noon until 9:00 PM. A reception from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in the lobby located on the main level at The Center is planned for Friday evening. This is a multi-cultural educational community event open and free to the general public. A number of guest speakers including Josh Culbreath Olympic bronze medal winner in 1956 will be on-hand to expound upon obscure and well-known historical facts.
    Producer of the event Howard Scott commented, “The United States is referred to as the melting pot of the world and as a result each culture under its umbrella should be respected and embraced for its unique contribution to society. Education is an excellent way to clear up the misconceptions and myths that produce fear and prejudice of the unknown. Finally, we would end the production with a reception in the evening at Vance Center 7:00PM to thank our corporate sponsors, present our “Good Corporate Partner” award and acknowledge others who have contributed to the success of this worthwhile project.
    True Reflection Ministries a 501c3 non-profit organization in association with Vance Center invite you to participate in our annual Black History Month, African-American Community Education Program to benefit residents of the greater Montgomery County region.
    For more information call 484-964-4075 or email aahpc1@gmail.com. Visit http://www.thelivingground.com for regular updates.


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