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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-04

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Summer Shabbat

Friday Services at Temple Israel Begin at 7:30 p.m.

Susan Lazar, F u e Dian

Ruth Myers,Haipist

July 11

My 25

Family Picnic Klezmer Band an Salute
To West Bloomfield Police & Firefighters

August 1

Dave Reed String Trio

August 8

Israeli Scouts

August 15 Family Picnic David Syme, Concert Pianist

August 22

Simone Vitale Band

August 29

Royal Garden Trio

Summer Shabbat Picnics 2003

Fridays at 6:00 p.m. July 4 & 25, August 15

Please join us for this wonderful, joyful experience

Enjoy a reasonably priced buffet supper or bring your own picnic dinner.
We provide paper goods, plastic ware, candles, wine or juice, and challah
for Shabbat blessings. Please call Liz at 248-661-5700 for reservations.

Chairs are provided for Shabbat Under The Stars or you may bring a blanket!

Camp Shabbat — Celebrate Shabbat Kid-Style
August 15, 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

Children get their first taste of Shabbat in this age-appropriate experience,
designed exclusively to help instill the love of being Jewish and being at
temple on Shabbat.

Create awesome Jewish art projects
• Sing special songs and prayers
• Make new Jewish friends
+ Learn new Israeli dances
• Have fun with the cool Shabbat Camp Counselors + Hear exciting stories

Camp Shabbat is open to children ages three through seven; camp-goers
must be out of diapers. Following Camp Shabbat, children rejoin their families
to go up to the bimah.

Summer music program sponsored by the Rabbi M. Robert Syme Memorial Fund

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