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As a community theater, Montgomery County Cultural Center offers an auditorium that seats 75 people to view productions in. The center often hosts programs featuring students from summer camp and theater classes.
The Norristown Arts Building is home to the teaching, creation, and viewing of art. The Pagus gallery houses a contemporary art exhibit, while private studios are home to artists in residence and daily public workshops in drawing, painting, and sculpture.
For a night of edgy, awe inspiring, and smart entertainment, visitors go to Iron Age Theater. The theater features performances including classic dramas, and new plays that challenge the social justice of our culture.
Located in a former costume factory, Pagus Gallery is a non-profit gallery featuring the artwork of local artists. The gallery hosts open studio events and receptions where visitors can meet the artist behind the work.
A variety of performances can be viewed at The Centre Theater. From musicals to student productions, these limited-seating attractions are comfortable and entertaining. Summer camps and educational programs are available for younger fans of the theatrical arts.
An indoor sports club, the Mount Carmel Sport Club offers leagues for both darts and bocce ball, both of which are open to club members. The club also features large screen televisions and available refreshments.