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March 29, 1991 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-29

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ENTERTAINMENT t•'"""•''''""'"

Renee and Ron Forman

and the staff of

April Programs Set
By Baldwin Library

Wish Everyone
A Healthy and Happy
Passover

We Will Close
Friday, March 29 at 3 p.m.
And Reopen
Tuesday, April 2 at 10 a.m.

Join Us For Traditional
Passover Dishes Including
Fried Matzo

MAGNIFICO!

"Andiamo is another stunning
contribution to Detroit's restaurant
scene. The place works terrifically as
a restaurant. It has warmth, verve
and characters"— Mel Gourmet, Detroit Monthly

COMPLFTE NEW MENU

19 MILE

CHEF

Come enjoy the relaxed atmo-
sphere where good food and
good think are the attraction!

WISHING ALL OUR
CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS A VERY
HAPPY PASSOVER

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"Andiamo!"
Let's go . to Italy!

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, ITALIA

268-3200

Open Easter Sunday 2-10 p.m.

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OUR MUSIC
WILL HELP MAKE
YOUR PARTY!

(313) 544.7373

FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1991

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We Sincerely Wish
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& Friends
The Very Best For
A Happy & Healthy
Passover

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HAPPY
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Located on 19 Mile Road
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... a truly Italian restaurant
where the food is prepared with
heart and soul Classic flavor.
Wonderfully delicate. Superb
presentation. Modestly priced.

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EVERYBODY'S TALKING
ABOUT & GOING TO

Now —
breast cancer
has no place to hide
in Michigan.
Call us.

AMERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY !

The Baldwin Public
Library, Birmingham, will of-
fer a varied schedule of events
and activities for kids, from
live theatre to tee-shirt
designing. April programs
are:
"Mr. Inflation," 2 p.m. April
1. An April Fool's program
with balloon sculptures and
fun. No registration.
Storyteller Laura Pershin 2
p.m. April 2 embellishes her
stories from around the world
with rhythmic chants, move-
ment and song.
"Heroes, A Celebration of
American Dreamers," 2 p.m.
April 3. TheatrEtcetera will
perform this musical story.
No registration.
"Onion Magic," 2 p.m. April
4 is an adaptation of "The
Foolish Frog" fairy tale, per-
formed by Puppet Place
Theatre. No registration.
Mary Ellen the Clown 2
p.m. April 5 performs a varie-
ty show of magic, puppetry
and storytelling for the whole
family. No registration.
Stories, puppets and masks
2 p.m. April 6. Marilyn
O'Connor will dramatize
traditional stories with
original puppets and masks.
No registration.
Preschool
Storytime
10-10:30 a.m. or 2-2:30 p.m.
April 9, 23 and 2-2:30 p.m.
April 10, 24 for ages 3-5.
Stories, action games and
fingerplays for the indepen-
dent listener. No registration.
Bedtime Stories 7 p.m.
April 17 for ages 3 and up.
Come in pajamas. Miss
Marion will delight with
stories and games.
Beth Katz and the Red Rug
Puppet Theatre 7-8 p.m. April
18 will present "Frilly Frog's
Library Show" in celebration
of National Library Week.

Bring a picnic supper; the
library will supply the punch.
This is a program for the
whole family. Registration
will begin April 8.
Earth Day Celebration 3-5
p.m. April 22. Kids all ages
can create their own Earth
Day message on a tee shirt.
Kids bring the shirt; the
library will supply the
materials. Registration will
begin April 12.
Drop-in Craft Session 4-8
p.m. April 30. Independent
artists can make their own
wind sock. No registration.
For information, call the
Youth Services Department,
647-1700.
The Library's book discus-
sion series will continue in
April with three programs.
"Other Lives, Other Roads"
noon April 3. Librarian Jo
Ann Juvonen will discuss fic-
tional portrayals of racism,
sexism, prejudice and
discrimination. Bring a bag
lunch; the library will provide
tea and coffee.
"The Family Crucible"
noon-1 p.m. April 10. A
discussion will be led by
Ralph Hoke as part of the
Getting in Touch series co-
sponsored by the Evergreen
Counseling Center.

Reconstruction: After the
Civil War 7:30-9 p.m. April
23. Professor Donald Proctor,
U. of M. Dearborn, will
discuss the book by John
Hope Franklin, one of
America's black scholars, who
sees the price of peace and
reconciliation (during Recon-
struction) as another century
of second-class citizenship for
black Americans.
For information, call the
Baldwin Public Library Adult
Reading Department,
647-1700.

Bloomfield Library
Plans Programs

The Bloomfield Township
Public Library has set its
April schedule.
"The Magic Onion," will be
presented by the Puppet
Palace 4-5 p.m. April 3. It's a
puppet show for the whole
family. No registration.
Paperback Book Swap will
take place 3-5 p.m. April 4 for
kids ages 8-13 to bring books
to swap. Books must be paper-
back, in good condition and
suitable for the age group.
Creating a Wildlife Habitat
in Your Yard — Master
Gardener Program 7:30-9

p.m. April 9. Master gardener
Coleen Trayor will show how
to restore the natural habitat
of birds, rabbits and raccoons
on your own property.
The Beauty of Banff 7:30-9
p.m. April 23. Ernest Ban-
field will conduct a tour, via
slides, of the Canadian
Rockies and the City of Banff.
Herb Gardening — Master
Gardener Program 1-4 p.m.
April 27. Janet Macunovich,
master gardener from the
Oakland County Cooperative
Extension Service, will show
how to create an herb garden.

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