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August 25, 1995 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-08-25

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A September not to be forgotten.
At Barnes & Noble Booksellers.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS EVENTS

WEST BLOOMFIELD EVENTS

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
7:00-8:00 P.M.
Author Doron
Levin leads a dis-
cussion about his book
Behind the Wheel at
Chlysler. This shocking
exposé reveals the corruption that
ran rampant at the nation's number
three automaker.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
7:30-8:30 P.M.
Authors Lew and
Gloria Richfield
lead an evening of discovery as they
reveal the secrets of their more than fifty
happy years of marriage. They will sign
copies of their book Together Forever!

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
12:00 NOON-
1:00 P.M.
Cookbook author
Barbara Norman
will visit and sign
copies of her book
What Can I Do With
244:1, Bread Machine? Barbara will give
a baking demonstration
WHAT CAN I DO WITH MY
MEAD MACHINE?
and share samples from
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her fabulous recipes for
lemon poppy seed bread,
foccacia, bread sticks
and more.

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8:30 - 10:00 P.M.
We are pleased to host a lecture evening
featuring a discussion by Michael Berger
on the Aish Torah. All are invited to
attend. (No reservations required.)

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
12:00 NOON - 1:00 P.M.
Children can learn to better
appreciate the world of nature
during our back-to-school yoga demon-
stration. They'll stretch like a cat, bal-
ance like a flamingo and grow strong
like a tree.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
12:00 NOON-1:00 P.M.
Join us for a Storytime
Workshop for Parents. This
discussion for parents of children ages 3
through 6 will explain the process of
reading, detail approaches to choosing
the best books for reading readiness,
and describe ways to help beginning
readers advance.

Bloomfield Hills

6575 Telegraph Road at Maple
(810) 540-4209

Open Mon.-Sat. 9 AM-11 PM
Sun. 9 AM-8 PM

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ROVANTK WARIACE

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
8:00 P.M.
Our Artist in the Cafe series
welcomes local author. lawyer
and editor William Hare. who will
lead a discussion of his book Struggle
for the Holy Land. In this fascinating
work, he traces the history
of Jews and Arabs from
biblical times to the
present. examining the
evolution of their customs
and beliefs.

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What will you find when you visit the
Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Bloomfield
Hills and West Bloomfield? More than 150,000
titles arranged in a spacious and inviting
setting. Wander through our wide aisles, pick
a few favorite titles and settle back into one
of our comfortable chairs. Take your time. No
one's in a hurry here.
And there's more. Barnes & Noble brings
the literary community to your community.
This month, we're hosting a variety of events
ranging from author discussions and signings
to cooking demonstrations and more.
Whatever your preference, Barnes & Noble
has something for you.
So join the fun. Circle the events that
interest you and hang this up where you
won't miss it—or miss out.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
7:30 P.M.
This Wednesday night. and
the last Wednesday of every
month, our Mystery Book Club meets.
Our Book Club Leader, Guida Golby.
takes your thinking into new realms as
we discuss our September selection.
The Alienist, by Caleb Carr.

West Bloomfield

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6800 Orchard Lake Road, south of
Maple Road (810) 626-6804

Open Mon.-Sat. 9 AM-11 PM
Sun. 9 AM-8 PM

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The Book Lover s Second Home

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