One of the disadvantages of the otherwise excellent Evernote note-taking software is that it does not have an alarm function. However you can work around this because it does produce an individual hyperlink for each of its notes. This link can then be dragged or copied to a variety of programs which do have alarms. The most obvious of these is Microsoft Outlook. I've already described here and here some of the ways in which links can be used in Outlook Tasks. This is another.
If you are an Evernote user, try dragging a note heading into the Task icon in the Outlook left-hand margin. What happens?
You will see that a Task box opens up with the link to the Evernote note shown as an icon. Click on the icon and you will be taken directly to the note (it will be the last note shown on the Evernote page).
You can now use the alarm function on the task box to bring the note link up whenever you wish.