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October 07, 1994 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-10-07

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When You Want The Best Catch.

High Quality Meals At
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LUNCH:
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Old World
Market Returns

Palace Hosts
Singers, Skaters

The 68th annual Old World Mar-
ket, the area's largest interna-
tional festival will return to the
Southfield Civic Center Pavilion
the weekend of Oct. 14-16. Hours
are Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat-
urday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Sun-
day, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sponsored by the International
Institute of Metropolitan Detroit
and the City of Southfield, the
event is a metro-area celebration
of ethnic arts, crafts, entertain-
ment and foods.
The event will feature 20 mu-
sic and dance groups is continu-
ousperformances; 41 shopping
booths offering imports and items
from around the world; children's
booths; craft demonstrations; and
a nationality costume show with
more than three dozen authentic
costumes.
This year's event will kick off
Oct. 14 at 9 am. with a swearing-
in ceremony for new American
citizens in the metro area, a
special highlight of the annual
festival.
Tickets for the Market are
available at the door, or in ad-
vance at the International Insti-
tute, 111 E. Kirby, Detroit 48202.
For information, contact the
International Institute, (313) 871-
8600; or the city of Southfield,
(810) 354-4854.

The Unbeatable Wheatables
Tour featuring Little Texas, Tim
McGraw and Blackhawk will
come to the Palace of Auburn
Hills Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. This past
year Little Texas was named
Band of The Year by Radio &
Records magazine, received the
Top Vocal Group award from the
Academy of Country Music and
received an American Music
Award nomination.
The British ice dancing pair
Torvill and Dean will perform at
the Palace of Auburn Hills Nov.
11 at 7:30 p.m.
For ticket information, call the
box office, (810) 377-0100.

Stagecrafters'
New Season

Stagecrafters, celebrating its 10th
season at the Baldwin Theatre in
Royal Oak will present the area
premiere of Terrence McNally's
comic and dramatic play A Per-
fect Ganesh. The play presents
the story of two outwardly un-
remarkable, middle-aged lady
friends who throw themselves
into a tour of India, each one hav-
ing her own secret dreams of
what it will do for the suffering
she hides within.
A Perfect Ganesh will be pre-
sented Fridays and Saturdays,
Oct. 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 8 p.m.;
and Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. All seats are
reserved. For tickets, phone (810)
541-6430.

U-M Presents
Sondheim Work

The University of Michigan will
open its 1994/95 performing arts
season with Stephen Sondheim's
Pulitzer Prize-winning musical
Sunday In The Park With George
Oct. 13 - 16 at the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre in Ann Ar-
bor
For ticket information., call the
box office, (313) 764-0450.

Kids Koncert
Does Musical

The Cultural Arts Division of
Southfield Parks and Recreation
will present Pinocchio, The Mu-
sical Oct. 22 as part of its Kids
Koncert Series. The program pre-
sented by Tedd E. Bear Produc-
tions, will take place from 1:39 to
2:15 p.m. in Room 115 of the
Parks and Recreation Building.
There is a charge.
For information about the Kids
Koncerts series, call Marlowe Be-
langer, (810) 354-4717.

Roman Costumes
Are Shown

The Cultural Arts Division of
Southfield Parks and Recreation
will present Norma Goldman as
the first lecturer in its Author's
Lecture Series. Mrs. Goldman
will present 'a lecture and fash-
ion show of ancient Roman cos-
tumes Oct. 12 at 12:30 p.m. in the
Parks and Recreation Building.
There is an admission fee.
With the use of slides and live
Texas singer-songwriter Hal models, Mrs. Goldman will bring
Ketchum appears in concert at 3 to life the ancient Etruscans and
and 7 p.m. Oct. 16 at Macomb Romans; each of the costumes
Center for the Performing Arts. created and sewn by Mrs. Gold-
The performance kicks off the man is based on paintings, sculp-
Center's Country Series which tures and mosaics produced by
also includes Marty Stuart, Ron- the ancient Romans.
nie Milsap and Crystal Gayle.
For more information on the
Call the Macomb Center box series, call Marlowe Belanger,
office, (810) 286-2222, for tickets. 354-4717.

Ketchum Stars
At Macomb

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