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August 18, 1995 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-18

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Otte Of Michigan's finest art festivals!

Sets Calendar


JPM Hosts
Music Program

The Maple-Drake Jewish Corn- The Jimmy Prentis Morris Jew-
munity Center will offer the fol- ish Community Center will pre-
lowing programs. Ron Coden sent Music Appreciation on
with Steve Fava and Ron Blight Tuesday, Aug. 22, at 1 p.m. Fabs
will appear at the Center on Kaldobsky will present a dis-
Wednesday, Aug. 30, at 1p.m. cussion of world famous corn-
There will be transportation posers and their music. This
available from the 10 Mile build , program is free of charge.
ing to Maple-Drake for a charge
of $1. Admission for members:
$2; non-members: $3. The Low
Vision Support Group is invit-
ed to attend this performance.
Captured Moments, Past and
Present with oral historian, Glen Jewish Experiences for Families
Ruggeles, will instruct in the way will host single Jewish fathers at
to ask the right questions to a focus meeting at AJE, 21550
gather and preserve family's his- W. 12 Mile Road, Southfield, on
tory. This class, open to all ages, Tuesday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m.
will start Sept. 7, for four con-
The session is designed to give
secutive Thursdays from 4:30-6
single Jewish fathers an oppor-
p.m. No charge; fee for optional tunity to voice their thoughts,
ideas and needs regarding the
Learn to cook healthful, low- Jewish community, in a com-
fat and vegetarian meals in fortable group setting.
Kooking Kosher. The class be-
For information or to respond,
gins on Sept. 5, for four consecu- call the JEFF office, (810) 354-
tive Tuesdays from 6:30-8 p.m.
1050, by Aug. 25.
Members: $65; non-members:
Beginner bridge class will be
for eight classes beginning
Wednesday evening, Sept. 6,
from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday
mornings, Sept. 7, from 9:30 On Sunday, Aug. 27, from 9 a.m.
a.m.-noon. Members: $65; non-
to noon, educators in the Jewish
members: $80.
community will have the oppor-
A sign language class will run tunity to participate in the
for 8 weeks beginning on Sept. Agency for Jewish Education's
6, Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m. third annual NIRIM back-to-
Members: $45; non-members: school workshops, "A Taste of
$60 (book charge not included).
Honey." The program will be
A class in the card game Pan, held at the Agency for Jewish
will start on Sept. 7, for four con- Education, 21550 W. 12 Mile
secutive Thursdays from 1-3 p.m.
Road, Southfield.
Also on Thursdays starting
The NIRIM program provides
Sept. 7, for four consecutive ongoing professional enrichment
Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 a.m., opportunities for Jewish educa-
a class in canasta will be held. tors. Educators completing 10
Members: $25; non-members: units or more receive a financial
incentive and a certificate of com-
Learn mahjongg from Lillian pletion form the Agency for Jew-
Meyers starting Sept. 7, for five ish Education at the end of the
consecutive Thursdays from school year.
9:30-11:30 a.m. Members: $30;
During the morning, partici-
non-members: $40.
pants will tour the AJE Teach-
Sign up for the Shaw Festival ers' Resource Center, as well as
at Niagra-On-The-Lake, Ontario attend one of the following work-
on Wednesday/Thursday, Sept.
shop sessions: "Planning for a
6, 7. Enjoy Noel Coward's Cav- Sweet Year" presented by Shawn
alcade and Edward Percy's Locke; "Involving All of Your
Ladies in Retirement.
Children in the Learning
For a complete itinerary, costs
Process: Let Them Taste the
and information, call Lorraine Honey!" with Terri Ginsburg;
Morris, 661-7649. If class regis- "Discipline Magic" taught by
trations are made before Sept. 3, Robyn Glickman; Raquel Pomer-
take a $5 deduction for each antz Gershon's "The Magical
Musical Classroom;" and "Get-
ting Off to a Good Start: Creat-
ing a Positive Environment for
Publicity Deadlines
Learning Hebrew Prayer," pre-
The normal deadline for local news
sented by Nira Lev.
and publicity items is noon Thurs-
For more information, or to re-
day, eight days prior to issue date.
call the Agency for Jewish
The deadline for birth announce-
Education, (810) 354-1050. Two
ments is 10 a.m. Monday, four days
NIRIM units are awarded to par-
prior to issue date; out-of-town
ticipants. There is no fee for this
obituaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday, three
days prior to issue date.



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aturing 200 national & international
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