New Jersey Institute of Balance - November 2018

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INSIDE This Issue

A Russo Family Thanksgiving

Caramel Apples, Knitting, and Bonfires

Patient Success Story

What to Talk About This Thanksgiving

Chipotle-Roasted Carrot Salad

Northern New Jersey Shows

Bringing Fiction to Life

Check Out These Shows This November

‘Star Wars: A New Hope’ When: Friday, Nov. 23–Sunday, Nov. 25, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Where: Count Basie Center for the Arts (Nov. 23), New Jersey Performing Arts Center (Nov. 24),

minutes and is recommended for children ages 4–10. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit sopacnow.org or call 973-313-2787. ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ When: Sunday, Nov. 18, 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. Where: Mayo Performing Arts Center Admission: $20–$30 Celebrate the stories of author and illustrator Eric Carle at this production of some of his best-known works. See“Brown Bear, Brown Bear”performed in celebration of its 50th anniversary, and enjoy some of Carle’s other classics, including“10 Rubber Ducks,”“The Very Lonely Firefly,”and, of course, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.”If you can’t make it to this particular event, check with the Mayo Performing Arts Center for more dates and times. Visit mayoarts.org for more information.

Books, folklore, and a galaxy far, far away all come to life in northern New Jersey this November. Check out some of these events, and don’t miss your favorite story in action! ‘Pinocchio’ When: Saturday, Nov. 17, 2 p.m. Where: South Orange Performing Arts Center 333 State Park Rd., Great Meadows, NJ Admission: $20 Come see the classic story of the wooden boy who came to life. Carved by his“mother,”Dame Gina Geppetto, Pinocchio turns into a real boy and experiences Stromboli’s traveling show, Pleasure Island, and the inside of a whale. Go on an adventure with this boy as he journeys from being a toy to meeting new friends, like the Blue Fairy and Jiminy Cricket. This show runs 60

State Theatre New Jersey (Nov. 25) Admission: Varies by seat and venue

Join Luke Skywalker and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra on a journey that will change the galaxy. Follow along with live music from the orchestra as Skywalker leaves his planet to battle the Empire and master the Force. Each day’s performance will be held in a different location, so learn more about ticketing and venues at njsymphony.org .

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