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February 23, 1990 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-23

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1 LOCAL NEWS

We've Grown
a Lot in
60 'Years.

Did you know that at the
House of Watchbands, we

Maxwell St. Klezmer Band

Shaarey Zedek Hosts
Maxwell St. Klezmers

In celebration of Jewish
Music Month, the Shaarey
Zedek Cultural Commission
will host a program at 7:30
p.m. March 6.
The presentation will be an
evening of klezmer music
with the Maxwell St. Kelzmer
Band of Chicago. The band
consists of a group of seven
musicians who re-create the
authentic flavor and spirit of
klezmer music. Headed by
Lori Lippitz, the group has

performed nationally and has
received many awards for
their performances.
While dedicated to preserv-
ing the klezmer tradition, the
Maxwell St. Band introduces
modern touches, such as vocal
accompaniment. They in-
clude Russian, Romanian or
Hungarian pieces in their
program.
Admission is free and the
concert is open to the
community.

Temple Beth El Hires
Douglas Lachman

Temple Beth El has created
a new department, Program
Development, with Douglas
Lachman as director. A varie-
ty of programs including
workshops for parents of

Lachman is a native of
Detroit; he received his
master's degree in social work
from Wayne State University,
working as a child and fami-
ly therapist. He has taught
psychology students, both in
the States and in South
America, in the use of play
therapy and led a number of
communication seminars.

■ Carry the largest selection
of watchbands and watches
in the area.
■ Repair your watch on the
premises.
■ Sell batteries for every
watch made.
■ Cut our own crystals.
■ Repair jewelry.
■ Restore Vintage Watches.

Yavneh Academy
Holds Open House

Douglas Lachman

young
children
and
adolescents, singles groups,
bereavement support groups
and chavurot, will be
planned.

Yavneh Academy, the
Reform Jewish day school,
will hold an open house at 2
p.m. March 4.
The school is located at the
Jewish Community Center in
West Bloomfield in what was
Room 333. Prospective
parents and students can tour
the school and meet with
teachers. Current Yavneh
parents and students will also
be there to answer questions.
Yavneh is now taking
enrollment for kindergarten,
first and second grades for
September. For information,
call Dr. Margaret Eichner,
headmaster, 661-2220 or
661-1000, ext. 275.

WATCH BANDS

... and now watches too!

SOUTHFIELD: Southfield & 12 Mile . . . 552-0080 ■ MT. CLEMENS: Garfield & Canal . . . 263-7700
PONTIAC: Telegraph & Voorheis 333-2263 ■ MADISON HEIGHTS: Dequindre & 12 Mile 541-0808
FARMINGTON HILLS: Orchard Lake & 13 Mile... 851-0440

MONDAY & THURSDAY 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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