Gilbert Physical Therapy - March 2020

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Dr. Milliron Shares His Love of Reading

6 Empowering Books to Read With Your Kids for International Women’s Day Why We Love PT

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The Benefits of Physical Therapy Over Surgery Green Velvet Cheesecake Bars

March Local Events

Whether you’re looking for a way to spend more time with family or you find yourself concerned about the future, you can put your worries away this March. Create unique memories without breaking the bank with these local events! Art Education Senior Show at Messiah College When: March 28 to April 8, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Where: Aughinbaugh Gallery Admission: Free afternoon spring date or just a way to stir your family’s intellect. The reception for artists will be Low-Cost Local Events!

ENGAGEWITH THE COMMUNITY ORWIND DOWNWITH FAMILY

held on March 28 at 7 p.m. ‘Amélie’ the Musical When: March 5–7, 7:30 p.m. Where: Open Stage, Harrisburg Admission: $18–$37

Inspiring Community Conversations When: March 25, 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m Where: Messiah Lifeways Admission: Free A collaboration among Penn State Health, Highmark, Messiah Lifeways and Hospice of Central PA, and Inspiring Community Conversations, this free community event provides a safe space to facilitate conversation about difficult topics, like end-of-life wishes and advance care planning. The program is at no cost to the community! Advanced registration is required, and a free lunch will be provided for all registered attendees.

Enjoy a new gallery opening and support your local artists for free! “Senior Show I” presents artwork by senior art majors in the studio and art education programs at Messiah College. This event is a perfect addition to your

Based on the five-time Oscar-nominated French romantic comedy film, the musical keeps all of the heart of its quirky protagonists. We follow a young waitress named Amélie, who Playbill says “brings joy (and mayhem) to strangers” in Paris by peculiar improvised acts of kindness. She finds Nino, someone with familiar peculiarities and collects discarded photo- portraits of strangers. Join us in experiencing this musical revival of a cult favorite!

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