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April 28, 1995 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-28

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Book Groups
At Borders

SUN DAY MAY 21, 1995

AT THE

Borders Books & Music in Farm-
ington Hills will hold three book
discussion groups this month.
One group focuses on Jewish au-
thors and topics, one on general
literature, and one on gay/les-
bian issues and authors. They
meet once per month in the Cafe
Espresso. Free coffee is provid-
ed and there is no charge for at-
tending.
Jewish Authors & Topics will
meet Monday, May 15, at 7:30
p.m. to discuss A Beggar in
Jerusalem. by Eli Wiesel.
The gay and lesbian book
group will meet Monday, May
31, at 7:30 p.m. to discuss The In-
vention of Truth by Marta
Morazzoni.
Borders is located on Orchard
Lake Road just south of 14 Mile
Road. Call (810) 737-0110 for in-
follnation.

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
MAPLE/DRAKE CAMPUS

"The Bruce Springsteen of Israel"

A day of fun, food a
for the whole famil

Library Holds
Used Book Sale

The Friends of the Southfield
Public Library will hold its semi-
annual used book sale in the
Marcotte Room of the library
May 8-11.
To open the sale on Monday,
May 8, the Friends will host the
customary Preview Night, which
lasts from 6 to 8:30 p.m. There is
an admission fee (for this night
only) of $4, which entitles the
book browsers to have first look
at the books for sale and compli-
mentary refreshments.
Remaining Book Sale hours
will be: May 9 and 10-9:30 a.m.-
8:30 p.m.; May 11-9:30 a.m.-
6:30 p.m.
Thursday, May 11 is a notable
day because all the books sold
then will go for half price. The
proceeds from the Friends' book
sales are used to fund Library
programming and other special
projects.

Flute Festival
Set For May

As the grande finale of its 1994-
95 concert season, Musica Viva
International Concerts will pre-
sent the Third Annual Michigan
Flute Festival at Detroit's Or-
chestra Hall.
As one of the world's largest
flute festivals, the event draws
participants from over 120 Michi-
gan communities including
soloists, ensembles, flute choirs,
and the Mass Flute Choir con-
sisting of 200 to 400 flutists.
The special guests artist
comes directly from Italy-the
flute virtuoso Raffaele Trevisani.
Tickets are on sale at the box
office of Orchestra all, (313) 833-
3700.

FEST

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• Walk for Israel - 1 p.m. • Children's Entertainment All Day

LIVE ON STAGE
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• DAVID BROZA — 7:30 P.M.

• Fireworks Finale

Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and its Michigan/Israel Connection
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center and The Jewish News

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