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May 24, 2007 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-05-24

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five minutes too. Hire our
talented artists to entertain at
your next event. We're fast,
accurate and fun to watch!
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Suzanne Chessler
Special to the Jewish News

etro Detroit entertainment centers offer plenty of activities
June 1-Labor Day, with many events returning, many debuting
and many standing as one-time specials.
The list below gives core information for concerts, art fairs,
festivals, theater pieces, specialty sports meets and charity fundraisers. As
a bonus, some events, designated by a star (*), do not charge an admission
fee.
Even when information seems complete for a destination of interest,
the particulars should be checked - with a call or visit to the Web site - to
make sure that there have been no changes or cancellations. Event plan-
ners also suggest that Web sites be visited periodically to note schedule
additions.
Find your favorites and have some fun.

248.652.891

www.goofyfaces.co

info@goofyfaces.c.

JUNE

Gwen Stefani

June 1- 8 p.m.
Palace of Auburn Hills
$39.50-$69.50
(248) 377-0100

Montgomery Gentry with Flynnville
Train

June 2 - 7:30 p.m.
DTE Energy Music Theatre - Independence Twp.
$10-$35.50
(248) 377-0100

Steely Dan

Adat Shalom

June 4 - 8 p.m.
Freedom Hill - Sterling Heights
$25-$79.50
www.freedomhill.net

Nursery & Kindergarten

A warm, loving atmosphere with truly caring
teachers that empower your child to grow socially,
emotionally, physically as well as intellectually.

Battle of the Bands

June 8 - 7 p.m.
Shain Park - Downtown Birmingham (Rain
- Birmingham Ice Arena, 2300 East Lincoln)
Local high school bands showcase their talents.
(248) 644-1800, ext. 245

Now taking summer and fall applications.

For children 2 to 6 years.
2,3 or 5 Day Summer & Fall Programs
Half & Full Day Options
Kindergarten
Sign Up Soon!
Limited Space Available
Extended Care Available

• • •-• • •••

Parent—Todder, Music Wijoy and Just For Me classes
are also available for your 6 month - 3 year old!

For more information call (248)

Jordana Weiss, Director

851-5105

1257650

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May 24 • 2007

Detroit Festival of the Arts

June 8-10
Detroit's Cultural Center
Music, art and food are featured.
(313) 577-5088

Summer Stroll for Epilepsy

June 9 - 7 a.m.-noon
Detroit Zoo - Royal Oak
Participants help fund Epilepsy Foundation pro-
grams.
(248) 351-7979

Stevie Nicks/Chris Isaak

June 9 - 7:30 p.m.
DTE Energy Music Theatre - Independence Twp.
$28-$125
(248) 377-0100

Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival

June 9-24
Various venues in the area.
Noted classical musicians perform at popular
venues.
www.greatlakeschambermusic.com

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