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January 23, 2004 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-23

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Brotherhood Shabbat
Temple KO! Ami Brotherhood-led serv-

ices at 8 p.m. include klezmer music by
Schmaltz and speaker Allan Gale, asso-
ciate director, Jewish Community
Council, "Current Situation in Israel: An
Optimistic Viewpoint." (248) 661-0040.

Caturday, Jan. 24

Sisterhood Shabbat

Services at 9 a.m. celebrate the role that
women play in nurturing and strengthen-
ing the shul with a service run by
Sisterhood members. Congregation
B'nai Moshe (248) 737-1931.



Jews in the World

Rabbi Klein speaks at 9 a.m. on "The
History of the Jews in New York."
Breakfast. $5. Temple Emanu-El. (248)

For Women
Sanctify the new month through prayer
and Torah study at 10 a.m. with
Michigan Branch Women's League for
Conservative Judaism. Congregation
Beth Ahm. Debbie Balkin (248) 865-

Sunday Schmooze
Join the Jewish Cultural Society 10
a.m.-noon for noshes and "Raising
Strong Jewish Kids," a workshop led by
social workers Carol Lapidus and
Stacey Weinberg. Ann Arbor JCC, 2935
Birch Hollow Dr. (734) 975-9872.

Family Research
Steven Gold speaks on "How to Make
the Most of JewishGen's New
Databases," hosted by Jewish
Genealogical Society of Michigan at 2
p.m. No charge members, $5 guests.
Temple Beth El library. Pam Gordon
(248) 738-6655.

Family Outdoor Event
West Bloomfield JCC presents

"Nature's Way — The Great Outdoors"
with Eastern Mountain Sports and
National Wildlife Federation: a snowshoe
clinic and winter scavenger hunt at 2
p.m. for families and children ages 6-12.
Children receive fanny pack and Ranger
Rick magazine. No charge. RSVP: Nancy
(248) 432-5481.

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Monday, Jan. 2i;

Pajama Party

Holocaust Survivors

"Abba's Baggy Bear P.J. Night" for dads
and children 5:30-7 p.m. Wear pajamas,
bring a flashlight and sleeping bag,
enjoy pizza and hot cocoa.
Congregation Beth Shalom (248) 547-
7970, ext. 234.

Dr. Charles Silow facilitates support
group 10-11 a.m. for Program for
Holocaust Survivors and Families. Oak
Park JCC. (248) 661-2999.

Join caller Howard Guttman for fun,
prizes and refreshments at 12:45 p.m.
Charge. Oak Park JCC.

JET Theatre
JET's Festival of New Plays presents It
Should Be by Ted Herstan, directed by

Harold Jurkiewicz, at 7:30 p.m. and 7:30
p.m. Tuesday. $5. Aaron DeRoy Theatre,
West Bloomfield JCC. (248) 788-2900.

Voice of Reason
Join the Birmingham Temple at 8 p.m.

for "The Religious Right and the
Michigan Legislature," a look into the
workings of our state government with
State Sen. Gilda Jacobs (D) and State
Rep. Marc Shulman (R).
(248) 432-5577.

Hungarian Jewry

Prof. Howard Lupovitch discusses
"Hungarian Jewry in the 20th Century:
Rebirth and Revival After the Fall of
Communism" 7:30-9 p.m. $8 members,
$10 guests. Congregation B'nai Moshe
(248) 737-1931.

Tuesday, Jan. 27

Cooking Demo

Matt Prentice, CEO, Unique Restaurant
Corp., presents "A Kosher Taste of
Klass" of winter vegetarian fare to
Greater Detroit Chapter of Hadassah,
Eleanor Roosevelt Group 7 p.m. $12.
Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard Lake
Road, West Bloomfield. (248) 683-5030.

Wednesday, Jan. 28

Meet and Greet Seniors
Supportive Communities greets older

adults at 1 p.m. with a concert by
pianist Michael Krieger, refreshments
and raffle. Oak Park JCC (248) 967-

Book Review

Review and discuss The Blessing of a
Broken Heart by Sherri Mandell at 1:30

p.m., led by Julie Solomon, librarian.

West Bloomfield JCC (248) 432-5577.

Hillel Open House


Prospective kindergarten and first grade
students invited to learn about and visit
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit
at 7 p.m. 32200 Middlebelt Rd.,
Farmington Hills. RSVP: Helen Brody
(248) 539-1483.

Meer Movie
View Yiddish musical comedy with.
English subtitles, His Wife's Lover 7:30
p.m., sponsored by Program for
Holocaust Survivors and Families.
Meer Apts., West Bloomfield. (248) 661-

Thursday, Jan. 29

Harp Concert
Onita Sander entertains at 1 p.m. $1
members, $2 guests. Oak Park JCC
(248) 967-4030.


Meet at the bar at 6:30 and stay for din-
ner with Shir Shalom Singles 40+. J.
Alexander's, West Bloomfield. Bev (248)

a- Jan. 30

Medical Report
Dr Steven Bolling speaks on "Touch
Beyond Our Reach, See Beyond Our
Vision" and Drs. Sara Warber and
Monica Myklebust on "Minimizing Stress
and Optimizing Health: Herbs and Mind-
Body Approaches" when Jewish
Women's Foundation of Metropolitan
Detroit and University of Michigan
Integrative Medicine Program present
"The Future of Ancient Medicine 9:30
a.m.-noon. $10. Continental breakfast.
Max M. Fisher Federation Bldg.,
Bloomfield Twp. (248) 203-1483.

Sunday, Feb.

Celebrate Tu B'shevat
Jewish Cultural Society program

focuses on the historical, cultural and
ecological elements of Tu b'Shevat 10-
noon at Matthaei Botanical Garden, Ann
Arbor. $3 adults, $1 children. RSVP:
(734) 975-9872.

1 Community Calendar Notes: Items may be submitted to Community Calendar in three ways. Write: Bobbi Charnas, Editorial Assistant, the Jewish News, 29200 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 110,
Southfield, MI 48034; fax: (248) 304-8885 or e-mail bchamas@thejewishnews.com . The deadline for submissions is 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, 9 days prior to issue date. For more information, call
1 (248) 354-6060, ext. 237.

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