Greater Norristown Police Athletic League
Education, Health, Recreation, Community
The Greater Norristown Police Athletic League is a non-profit, volunteer
organization serving the youth and families of the Greater Norristown
community with recreational, educational, and cultural programs
addressing citizenship, self-esteem, avoidance of substance
abuse, and respect for law and order.
Since 1976, Greater Norristown PAL (GNPAL) has served thousands of area youth in a variety of programs. In 2005, the GNPAL moved into the old Stewart National Guard Armory building near the Elmwood Park/zoo/sports complex, and the building is now called the Greater Norristown PAL Center.
You must be a GNPAL member to participate in leagues, classes, or programs. GNPAL members must also pay any fees for classes or programs that they participate in. Members will receive a card that must be presented to gain access to the GNPAL Center.
What’s new at Greater Norristown PAL?
Free Music Lessons for GNPAL Members
Free music lessons are now being offered to GNPAL members at the Centre Theater Music School. For more information, click on Programs in the blue navigation bar at the top of this page, then click on “Music Lessons” in the dropdown menu.
Support GNPAL by using Amazon Smile!
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For more information, click on “Donate” in the blue navigation bar at the top of this page.
Subscribe to the Times Herald and support Greater Norristown PAL!
Subscribe to The Times Herald and help GNPAL. For every PAID 8 week subscription that is sold, GNPAL will receive a $40 donation in your name and you will receive a $10 gift card to a local store. Print the ad (pdf), click here, and use it to send in your subscription request, or call the Times Herald at 1-888-933-4233.