For Healthy Eaters

Registration is open for the Suppers Programs’ Breakfast Challenge, a 10-day interactive workshop designed to provide guidance, education, and support for people as they plan their first meal of the day.

The virtual workshop, which runs from Sunday, March 7, through Wednesday, March 17, gives participants the opportunity to explore and observe how their body and brain responds to different types of food. The Breakfast Challenge includes daily emails with useful information on eating for your health, easy and delicious recipes with a detailed shopping list, tips and techniques to keep motivated, and regular Zoom check-ins along with daily logs.

The program is led by Suppers Board President Fiona Capstick, certified integrative health coach, RN, and co-facilitated by Marion Reinson, Suppers executive director. The cost of the 10-day workshop is $45. Visit www.thesuppers­programs.org.

On Stage

George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick offers audiences the chance to stream “Bad Dates,” a one-woman comedy, through Sunday, March 14. Visit www.gsponline.org for tickets.

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