thrilled with the
results they get from
the Detroit Jewish
"The success of
our business from
a little party store
into a major
player today is
due in part to our
advertising in the
Jewish News and
support it has
always given us.
"Because of our
advertising in the
Jewish News, my
mother Lii Bloom's
became a great
success and we
are very proud to
serve the Jewish
Co-owner Shirlee Bloom
Chanukah for Preschoolers
Menorah Art Show and Sale
Exhibition and sale, "Festival of
Lights: Artists Interpret Hanukkiah"
Menorah Art Show runs through
Jan. 29 at the Janice Charach
Epstein Gallery, West Bloomfield
JCC. (248) 432-5448.
Ann Arbor Shabbat
Kary Moss, executive director, American Civil
Liberties Union (ACLU) of Michigan speaks at 7
p.m. on `The Impact of the Patriot Act on Civil
Liberties." Jewish Cultural Society. Ann Arbor
JCC, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. (734) 975 9872.
Cantor Brad Hyman participates in 7:30 p.m.
worship service. Temple Emanu El (248) 967-
Saturday, Dec 6
Co-owner Ron Asmar
B'nai Moshe. RSVP: 788 0600.
Nobody's Gilgul by Lois Roisman, about a
soul, not complete enough to enter heaven and
looking for a way out of her dilemma, runs
through Jan. 4. Aaron Deroy Theatre, West
Bloomfield JCC. $22-$32. Call for times: (248)
Preschool Chanukah class 10 a.m.-noon for par-
ents and children includes songs, stories and
art. $12 one child, $15 two children, for mem-
bers; $15, $19, for guests. Jewish Cultural
Society. Ann Arbor JCC. RSVP: (734) 975-
Book Fair/Fun Day
Judaica and secular books, tapes and CDs for
sale 1-5 p.m. Running concurrently, Fun Day
features story telling, arts and crafts, and Little
Creatures, an interactive animal show. No
• charge for book fair; Fun Day, $3, $15 family
maximum. Yeshivas Darchei Torah (248) 948-
Flutes, Friends and Fa La La
A special performance by kids
with special needs and flautist
Alexander Zonjic presented by
FAR (Fun, Arts and
Recreation) Conservatory of
Therapeutic and Performing
Arts 3-5 p.m. at the Village
Players Theater in Birmingham
raises funds toward scholar-
ships for the students. The FAR
bazaar sells items created by
students and other items for hol-
iday gift giving. (248) 646-3347.
Jewish Singles Network 35+ sing with Baruch
at 7:30 p.m. Beanies, 14 Mile and Farmington
roads. Cindy (248) 542-9166.
Life and Death Decisions
"Chanukah Music & More: An Evening with
Cantor Brad Hyman" welcomes the community
and families with children at 7:30 p.m. Temple
Emanu El (248) 967-4020.
Rabbi Elliot Pachter discusses "Caring for the
Terminally III" at noon; bring a dairy or parve
lunch. $7. Congregation B'nai Moshe, Kolel
Moshe Institute for Lifelong Learning (248) 737-
Brown Bag Lunch and Learn
ay, Dec, 7
"ebay Comes to Temple Emanu-El" when
Donna Klein presents the ins and outs of buying
and selling at 9:30 a.m. Bagels and coffee.
Temple Emanu-El (248) 967-4020.
Bring a dairy or parve lunch to hear Rabbi Arnie
Sleutelberg, Congregation Shir Tikvah, speak on
"Jewish Humor," hosted by the Institute for
Retired Professionals IRP at 12:15 p.m.
Beverages and dessert provided. Oak Park JCC
Mirele Efros, Yiddish video with English subtitles
Sisterhood Chanukah boutiques 11 a.m. 4 p.m.
Keter Torah Synagogue (248) 788 1006.
All About Teenagers
Join an interactive parenting forum with Leonard
Beigler on "What Teenagers Want Their Parents
to Know" at 10 am. Temple Beth El (248) 851-
"End of Life Issues" panel at 11 a.m. includes Dr.
Jerome Seid, Rabbi E.R. Freedman and
Michael P. Witzke. No charge. Congregation
shows at 1 p.m. Oak Park JCC (248) 967-4030.
Decorate cookies for Orchards Children's
Services, 6 p.m. in the kitchen, with Sisterhood
of Temple Beth El. (248) 851 1100, ext. 3135.
Beau Jest Auditions
SRO Productions, sponsored by the City of
Southfield, holds auditions; registration begins at
6:30 p.m. Burgh Church, Civic Center Dr. and
Berg Rd., Southfield. (248) 796-4645.