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July 05, 2002 - Image 162

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-05

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Detroit Zoo, Royal Oak.
(248) 398-0900.

Meadowbrook Music
Festival, Rochester Hills.
(248) 377-0100.

Henry Ford Medical Center, West
Bloomfield. (954) 472-3755 or
(248) 626-3636.

International Freedom
Festival fireworks light up the sky.
The world's largest international bor-
der festival held in Hart Plaza and
across the river in Windsor, Ontario.
10 p.m., rain date: June 27th.
(313) 923-8259 or (800) 838-7648.

Historic Fort
Wayne, Detroit. (313) 843-6940.

Center Parking Garage, Detroit.
(313) 923-7400.

Community House, Birmingham.
(248) 644-5832.

An outing based on
themes from Jeff Daniels movies.
Proceeds to support The Purple Rose
Theatre Company. Polo Fields Golf
and Country Club, 5200 Polo Fields
Drive, Ann Arbor. $2500/foursome.
Corporate sponsorship available.
Call: (734) 433-7782.

Meadow Brook Music
Festival, Rochester Hills.
(248) 377-0100.
W. 9 Mile,
downtown Ferndale.
(248) 546-1632.

Hall, Plymouth. (734) 455-2110.

The Blind Spot is expanding outdoors. Along with our quality
window treatments we are pleased to be your new source for

Retractable Awnings

Before or after touring the Hall, stop
in the Christopher Wren dining room
for a light summer lunch featuring
delicate salads, summer dishes and
cold beverages. Begins at noon and
costs $18/person. Call: (248) 370-
3140. July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30.

take place in the Rock Garden. Cost
is $22/person and includes the Picnic.
Doors open at 9 p.m. and the movie
begins at 9:30 p.m. July 12, 19, 26.
Call: (248) 370-3140 or www.mead-
owbrookhall .org.

Contact the City of
Birmingham at (248) 644-1800.

Listen to live jazz while relaxing in
Meadow Brook Hall's Pegasus
Garden. Cost $15/person. There will
be a cash bar and hors d'oeuvres avail-
able for purchase. The concert will be
held in the Pegasus Garden from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m. Please call: (248)
370-3140. July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.

Enjoy an
Independence Day celebration for the
entire family with picnics, fireworks,
and patriotic music performed by the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Tickets: DSO hotline (313) 982-6180
or www.detroitsymphony.com .

Bring your own blanket and
view 1930s films outdoors while
enjoying a picnic of gourmet cheeses,
crackers and dessert. Wine and bot-
tled water also included. Friday Flicks

Theatre series runs until
August 30th. On the steps of
Birmingham City Hall at 6:30 p.m.
Contact the BPSD at
(248) 433-3550.

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Summer Pleasures/2002

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Junior & Adult Sailing Classes
Racing & Rendezvous Programs
Swimming Pool & Galley
Children's Play Areas
Social Programs

Just Completing remodeling of all boating
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For information
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