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January 11, 1991 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-11

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Benefit Concert
At Masonic

Leonard Smith will conduct
the 60-piece Detroit Concert
Band in a benefit concert Jan.
13, at the Masonic Temple
Theatre. As a fund-raiser for
the 1990 $5 million renova-
tion of the theatre, the even-
ing will include champagne
and hors d'oeuvres before the
performance from 6-7 p.m.
with an afterglow following
the concert. Proceeds from
tickets will go towards the
cost of the restoration.
The recent renovation of the
theatre included restoration
of the theatre's seats, installa-
tion of more than 4,000
square yards of carpeting in
the auditorium, extensive
refurbishing and painting of
all public areas and a new
roof for the historic building.
Additionally, the 17,000
square foot Fountain Ball-
room, located on the lower
level of the auditorium, was
re-designed.
The Detroit Concert Band,
directed for 44 years by
Leonard Smith, will perform
a program of popular marches
saluting several historic com-
posers including Ludwig von
Beethoven, Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart and John
Philip Sousa.
For ticket information, call
832-7100.

Library Plans
Kids' Programs

Mom and Tot Storytime will
take place at the Huntington
Woods Library 10:30 a.m.
Monday mornings through
Jan. 28. This is for children
2 1/2 to 3 1/2 years old, accom-
panied by a parent. There is
a limit of 10 children.
Preschool storytime will be
as follows: Jan. 22 — evening
storytime 7:15 p.m.; meets
every other Tuesday. Jan. 24
— pre-school storytime 10:30
a.m. every Thursday through
March 7. This is for children
31/2 to 5 years old, not yet in
kindergarten. There is a limit
of 25 children in each session.
The Actor's Company will
return with a performance of
Rumpelstiltskin 2 p.m. Jan.
19 at the Huntington Woods
Library. Audience participa-
tion is required; ages 3 1/2 and
up.
For more program informa-
tion, call Anne Hage,
543-9720.

Before World War II there
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ion Jews in Poland, living in
17,000 cities, towns and
hamlets. Today there are
some 5,000 mostly elderly
Jews in the country.

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