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Madeline J. Zimberg — Local artist
and teacher exhibits watercolors,
pastels and Impressionistic oils. Oak
Park JCC. April 26-May 14. (248)
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(1/8 mile north of 14 Mile Rd. in Robin's Nest Plaza)
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2005 Visions of Peace — Children's
art based on the United Nations
Convention on the Rights of the
Child. Swords Into Plowshares Peace
Center and Gallery, 33 E. Adams,
Detroit. May 3-July 16. (313) 963-
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Puppeteer Maureen Schiffman —
Performance Network, 120 E.
Huron, Ann Arbor. 2 p.m. Saturday,
April 23. $10 adults, $7 ages 16 and
under, $7.50 members. (734) 663-
Spring Farm Days — Michigan
State Fair Blue Ribbon program,
hands-on activities, clearing fields
and planting crops. Greenfield
Village, 20900 Oakwood, Dearborn.
9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., 7 days a week,
April 27-May 1. (313) 982-6001 or
Basic Nutrition: -What Diet Is
Right for You? — Educator on vege-
tarian nutrition George Eisman
speaks. Farmington Community
Library, 32737 W. 12 Mile,
Farmington Hills. 7 p.m. Thursday,
April 21. RSVP: (248) 553-0300.
Michele Malkin — Best-selling
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reveals the consequences of uncon-
trolled illegal immigration on this
country. Bloomfield Republican
Women's Club. The American Polish
Cultural Center 2975 E. Maple,
Troy. 6 p.m. book signing reception,
dinner and program, $50; 7 p.m.
dinner and program, $40; Friday,
April 22. Jean Fritz (248) 647-1921.
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radar of most listeners.
Today she is semiretired, writing
just a few songs a year, but you can
experience her melodic sense, per-
sonal lyrics and vocal stylings 8
p.m. Thursday, April 28, as she
takes the stage at the Ark in Ann
Arbor. Tickets are $22.50. (734)
Approved by Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Cranbrook Academy of Art in
Bloomfield Hills hosts its annual
Graduate Degree Exhibition, in
which more than 70 second-year
graduate degree candidates present
their thesis work, April 23-May
Cranbrook students work with 10
artists in residence, each of whom
heads one of the academy's 10
departments: architecture, eramics,
2-D sesign, 3-D sesign, fiber, metal-
smithing, painting, photography,
print media and sculpture.
A silent and live auction of works
of art by current Academy students
will be held 4 p.m. Saturday, May
7, in the Forum Gallery, New
Studios Building; proceeds will ben-
efit the student scholarship fund.
For more information, call (248)