Friday, April 16
Friends Stroke Group
Social group for those recovering from a
stroke meets 11:30 p.m. the third Friday of
each month. Light lunch provided. No
charge. Congregation B'nai Moshe. RSVP;
Shelly Milstein (248) 655-5976.
Friday Night Fever
Congregation Shaarey Zedek presents a
musical Kabbalat Shabbat service 6 p.m.,
followed by dinner and recognition of those
going on the Miracle Mission 4. $15 adults,
$5 children, no charge children 3 and under.
RSVP: Janet Pont (248) 357-5544.
Sunday, April 18
Yom HaShoah Service
Keter Torah Synagogue commemorates
Yom HaShoah with 9 a.m. service followed
by an 11 a.m. presentation by Southfield
native Susie Levin Abir, mayoral representa-
tive of Arad, Israel, in the Negev. Dessert to
follow, (248) 681-3665.
Michael A. Weil, attorney and C.P.A., speaks
to Men's Club of Adat Shalom 9:30 a.m.
on "Estate Planning for 2004 — What You
Should Know." Breakfast. RSVP: No charge
members, $3 guests. $5 at door. (248) 851-
Jewish Cultural Society hosts speakers
from the Corner Health Center, which pro-
vides community-based care for pregnant
teens and their families 10 a.m.-noon. Ann
Arbor Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch
Hollow DE (734) 975-9872.
Enjoy continental breakfast and visit Zagreb
and Croatia with a slide show by Drs. Harris
and Phoebe Harris 10:30 a.m. $3 members,
$3.50 guests. Congregation Beth Ahm
Sanctify the New Month
Prayer and text study for women and post-
bat mitzvah girls features MSU student
Deena Rachel Loeffler describing her recent
visit to the Jewish community in Argentina;
davening led by Marjorie Shulman Saulson.
B'nai Moshe Sisterhood. (248) 788-0600.
Tour the Holocaust Memorial Center with
MOSAIC Outdoor Club of Michigan 10
am. Lunch at Fiddler and walk in the park
follows. RSVP: (734) 883-9522, (248) 885-
Commemorate Yom Hashoah
Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, professor of history, U-
M Dearborn, speaks at luncheon program
12:30 p.m. on "Voices, Visions and Silence:
Reflections on Listening to Holocaust
Survivors." $5. Temple Emanu-El. RSVP:
soldier present at a concentration camp lib-
eration speaks, and students recite poems,
essays and stories. A service featuring can-
torial music and a candlelight remembrance
follow. Temple Beth El (248) 851-1100.
Aging Services (248) 661-2999.
Shlomo Avineri, political scientist, Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, speaks on "The
Origins of Zionism and the Crisis of
European Society: A Commemoration of the
Yahrzeit of Theodor Herzl" 7:30 p.m., spon-
sored by Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic
Studies and Congregation Beth Ahm. No
charge. Congregation Beth Ahm (248) 851-
Stitch and Learn
Holocaust in America
Study Yemini design techniques with
Pomegranate Guild of Southeastern
Michigan 1 p.m. Judy Galperin (248) 661-
Rabbi Adam Chalom leads 8 p.m. discus-
sion. Birmingham Temple (248)477-1410.
Yom HaShoah at HMC
Program at 1 p.m. Program for Holocaust
Survivors and Families, Jewish Home &
Music at the Temple
Aviva Ezring, accompanied by Thomas
Bandy, sings music of the Holocaust and
songs of Jewish content in commemoration
of Yom HaShoah 3 p.m. No charge. Temple
Kol Ami. RSVP: (248) 661-0040.
Program for Holocaust Survivors and
Families, Jewish Home & Aging Services
features The Light Ahead 7 p.m. in Yiddish
with English subtitles. Fleischman
Residence, West Bloomfield. (248) 661-
"The Warsaw Ghetto Remembered" with
Isadore Burstyn, survivor, 7 p.m. Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue, 115 Giles Blvd.
Monday, April 19
J.D. Salinger and Jewish Families
Four-part study series 12:30 p.m. with Barry
Levine studies "The American Jewish Family
as Depicted in J.D. Salinger's Nine Stories."
Bring a copy of the book and dairy or parve
lunch. $7 per session. B'nai Moshe (248)
Yom HaShoah Program
Dr. Charles Silow and Holocaust Survivors
and Families commemorate Yom HaShoah
1-2 p.m. No charge. Oak Park JCC (248)
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Holocaust survivors tell personal stories, a-/,-.
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Workmen's Circle-Arbeter Ring, Michigan
District, commemorates the Warsaw Ghetto
freedom fighters with reading, music and
candlelighting 8 p.m. No charge. Workmen's
Circle Educational Center, 26341 Coolidge
Rd., Oak Park. RSVP: (248)545-0985:
Tuesday, April 20
Luminar Classical Trio entertains at noon
luncheon of the Beth Elders of Temple
Beth El. $10 members, $12 guests. RSVP:
Doris Kushner (248) 352-5882, Hermina Leib
Yiddish Culture Club
See Humor in Jewish Life in Yiddish and
English 1 p.m. No charge. Oak Park JCC
Dig for Your Roots
Jim Grey, Jewish Genealogical Society of
Michigan discusses new Internet resources
for tracing family trees 7 p.m. with Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, Eleanor
Roosevelt Group. $5 in advance, $7 at
door. Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard Lake
Rd., West Bloomfield (248) 683-5030.
Wednesday, April 21
Marshall Goldberg, Fishman, Goldberg &
Jacobs, speaks on "You're the Judge — Is
Justice Really Blind?" 1 p.m. for Brandeis
University National Women's Committee.
Dessert and coffee. $10. Huntington Woods
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