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January 13, 1989 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-13

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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

CENTER FOR JEWISH CREATIVITY & EXPLORATION
WINTER SERIES11989

The Cultural Arts Department

Presents .. .

SPECIAL SEMINARS

invites friends and prospec-
tive members.
The Theater Group will at-
tend the Birmingham
Theater matinee performance
for Stephen Sondheim's
musical Company on Feb. 15.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call Alice Cohen,
352-1792.
Young At Heart will not
hold a general meeting dur-
ing February; however, there
are several programs schedul-
ed by the Congregation that
members may attend.
On Feb. 4 there will be a
Shabbat "Lunch and Learn"
after services, and on Feb. 12
there will be a congregational
movie night at 7 p.m.
For information, call the
synagogue office, 352-8670.

Senior Adults
3 ear Concert

-

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will take 44
seniors to attend a Detroit
Symphony Orchestra Coffee
Concert today.
On Sunday at 2 p.m., Archie
Leslie will show the Charlie
Chaplin movie, Modern
Times. This program, which
is being offered at no cost, will
take place in the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Building
assembly hall.
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
will speak on "Jewish History
Through the Eyes of the
Torah" on Tuesday at 1:15
p.m. in the JPM assembly
hall. Following the lecture, a
travelogue will be shown in
the assembly hall.
Sidney Mann, violinist, will
entertain the Yiddish
Culture Club on Thursday at
12:30 p.m. in Jaffe Hall of the
JPM.

LOCAL NEWS

JAN. 18, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29

Beginning January 17!

Jewish Ensemble Theatre of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Presents
8 . 00 P.M.
"SAM AND ITKEH"
(Special Matinee 2:00 P.M., Jan. 29)

T-1
The Rich Traditions of
Jewish Dance

FEB. 8

7. 30 P.M.
FAIRFAX TALES
A reading based on the Academy Award Winn-
ing movie, "Number Our Days". Co-sponsored
by Temple Shir Tikvah.

with Harriet Berg

This 4 part series will explore the
dances of the 18th and 19th Centuries
in the context of shtetl life and how that
heritage was continued and transform-
ed in the American milieu. Dance artists
will include Sophie Maslow, Felix Fibich,
Anna Sokolow, Jerome Robbins, and
Elliot Field. (JAN. 17, 24, 31, FEB. 7:
MAPLE/DRAKE)

FEB. 9

7:30 P.M.
MY JOURNEY TO JUDAISM
A special lecture with Julius Lester

FEB. 11

AN EVENING ON BROADWAY —
A CABARET CONCERT FEATURING
8 P.M.
"COMPANY FIVE"
Presented by The Julius Chajes Music Fund
Concert Series.

T-2
Who Wrote the Bible?

with Rabbi Sherwin Wine

This 3-part series will focus upon three
major themes: Religion and Politics in Ancient Israel, Creating the Documents, and the Final Edi-
tion, (JAN. 17, 24, 31: MAPLE/DRAKE)

T-3
Judaically, Mystically, Legally Speaking

FEB. 16
Jewish Ensemble Theatre of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Presents
7. 30 P.M.
"A KIND OF MADNESS"
A two-act play by Nikki Harmon

FEB. 18

with Rabbi Chaim Bergstein

This 4-part series will include discussions of the world of Jewish law — the Halachah, Jewish mysticism
— the Kaballah, and the issues that raise challenging contemporary and traditional solu-
tions. (JAN. 17, 24, 31, FEB. 7:
MAPLE/DRAKE)

S-4
Introduction to the
Jewish Soul

JCC Kosher Dinner Theatre presents
"A FESTIVE RAINBOW NIGHT" . . . 8:15 P.M.
Starring Nancy Gurwin

For further information on all special cultural
arts events, call 661-1000, ext. 348.

J. P. M. Features

12:30 P.M.
YIDDISH CULTURE CLUB
Feb. 2 Singer Alex Nemoff
Feb. 9 The musical Gorlicks
Feb. 16 Singer Fannie Rosen
Feb. 23 Violinist Sid Mann
March 9 Betty Kroker, Eva Meister,
Eileen Israel, Lillian Zellman

with
Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg

This monthly Sunday evening seminar
is in conjunction with the COMMUNITY
NETWORK FOR JEWISH SINGLES
and YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD.
The January 15th program will focus on
the warm, strong, caring, loving, in-
telligent, and sensitive soul within each
of us. (MAPLE/DRAKE) Special rate: $2.
Center Member/$3. Non-Center
Member.

TUESDAY LECTURE SERIES

1 . 00 RM.
Rabbi Silberberg, "Jewish History
thru the Eyes of the Torah"
Feb. 28 Cathy Ozery, Jewish Community
Council, "A Soviet Jewry Update"

Feb. 7

SPECIAL WEEKLY WEDNESDAY PROGRAMS

Our series begins the week of January 17. All seminars run from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. with refreshments following in the
main lobby. With each seminar, note the code that denotes the DAY the program occurs: "T" stands for ibesday, "W" stands
for Wednesday, "Th" for Thursday, "S" for Sunday. The location is included in each description above.
You may register in person prior to the first evening's classes or by mail. Address all correspondence ATTN: STUART
ROGOFF or call 661.1000, ext. 267. CLASS FEES: 4 sessions: M1$16, NMI$24; 3 sessions: $12, NM1$18; 1 session: M$4, NMI$6.

Israeli Dance Class
Conversational Yiddish
Learning with the Rabbi,
featuring Rabbi Gorrelick
Hebrew Language Discussion

10:30 A.M.
12:30 PM.

12:30 RM.
12:30 RM.

For more information about JPM special programs,
contact Judy Blustein, 967-4030

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Young Adults
Plan Activity

Detroit-area Jewish young
adults, age 21-35, are invited
to a post-inaugural celebra-
tion Jan. 24, at Mr. Sports in
Farmington Hills.
The event, sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Young Adult Division, begins
at 8 p.m.
The party is open to those
21-35, with valid identifica-
tion. There will be no cover
charge and no solicitation of
gifts.
Deborah S. Mazer and
Steven S. Perlman are YAD
Social Committee chairmen.
For information and reser-
vations, contact the Young
Adult Division at Federation,
965-3939, ext. 161.

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