5 Favorite Things: November 4 - November 10
http://www.sopacnow.org/humpty-dumpty/ The Halloween festivities are all done so now we get to enjoy the calm (yeah right!) of fall.
Fall Festival Street Fair
Saturday, November 6
10 am - 4 pm Springfield Avenue from Livingston Street to South Street transforms into a giant block party during this annual event, which includes kiddie rides, face painting, a climbing wall, petting zoo, pony rides, and more. Local shops will showcase their goods, and food vendors will offer a variety of classic fair treats such as fried dough, lemonade, hot dogs, cheesesteaks, and Italian ices.
Fall Mini Camps at Turtle Back Zoo
Thursday & Friday, November 10 & 11, 9 am - 4 pm
Each camp features science-based activities, crafts, projects, animal presentations, and investigations that feature Zoo Animals and support our mission of conservation and stewardship.
Camps are for ages 5-10 and require advanced registration and payment.
Carolyn Dorfman Dance @ Morris Museum
Sunday, November 6, 2:00PM
Immerse yourself in the “worlds” that Dorfman creates. From her newest full company work, Traces, with its shifting sets, ever-evolving video images, and score by Svjetlana Bukvich, to Echad (One), her signature work featuring eight dancers and a 120lb, 8ft diameter aluminum wheel, Dorfman takes audiences on amazing journeys.
$35 General, $15 Students 18 & under
Kids Cook @ Healthy Italia
Friday, November 4, 3:45 - 5:15 pm
Ricotta Gnocchi is on the menu!
Wednesday, November 9, 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm
It's time for homemade Tagliatelle!
Humpty Dumpty & The Big Book of Nursery Rhymes
SOPAC, 1 SOPAC Way, South Orange, NJ
Saturday, November 6 @ 2 pm
Kids can join Humpty Dumpty and other classic nursery rhyme characters on a musical adventure.
Rose is lost in Rhyme Town. Fortunately, Humpty Dumpty knows how to get her home, but to do this, he needs the help of other nursery rhyme characters. The audience must help them collect magic to get home by meeting all the residents of Rhyme Town including, Old King Cole, Little Bo Peep, The Grand Old Duke of York and Little Miss Muffet while singing their songs.