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June 23, 1989 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-23

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DOMINICO'S

The film series will kick off
with Suite Harry. Others in
the series are: Encore on
Woodward, Mad Baker, Young
At Heart, Crunch Bird, Jim
Pallas — Electronic Sculptor
and Zug.
Meanwhile the Freedom
Festival's Cinema Canada
will present a day-long
celebration of Canadian films
on Wednesday. The films will
be shown free of charge at the
Detroit Institute of Arts
auditorium.
The film series will kick off
with a succession of animated
shorts, from 11 a.m. until 2
p.m. It will conclude with the
premiere of a Canadian
feature-length film at 7 p.m.
The 31st annual Interna-
tional Freedom Festival, the
nation's largest trans-border
festival, celebrates the United
States Independence Day on
July 4 and Canada Day, the
creation of the Dominion, on
July 1. The festival is
scheduled for today through
July 4.

Concert Series
In Southfield

The Southfield Cultural
Arts Division of Parks and
Recreation Department will
offer 10 free Gazebo concerts
each Wednesday at 7 p.m.
beginning Wednesday. Con-
certs will be in the gazebo
area at Berg Road and Civic
Center Dr. (10 1/2 Mile).
The following are the
scheduled performances:
Wednesday, The 70th Divi-
sion U.S. Army Reserve Band;
July 5, The European
Festival Brass; July 12, Ernie
Matchulat's Downriver Band;
July 19, The Tailgate
Ramblers; July 26, The Steve
Woloson Combo; Aug. 2, The
Bob Durant Combo; Aug. 9,
Mike Karoub's Dixie Synco-
pators; Aug. 16, The Detroit
Euphonia concert Band, Aug.
23, The Gabriel Brothers New
Orleans Jazz Band; and Aug.
30, Ed Nuccilli and the Plural
Circle Band.

Windsor Gallery
Has Kids' Show

A special children's show,
presented by the Art Gallery
of Windsor, will be shown at
the Gallery on Sunday at 1:30
p.m. during this year's
Freedom Festival.
The show stars "The
Stylamanders," a two-man
musical comedy and novelty
group from Toronto, and in-
cludes songs, dancing, mind-
reading, "Waldo the Talking
Dog," and a demonstration by
the Canadian Yo-Yo king.
Tickets are available at the
Art Gallery Gift Shop.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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