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Enjoy s'mores and campfire songs
at a Havdalah campfire 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 25, on the front
lawn of Temple Emanu-El.14450
w.10 Mile in Oak Park. Bring lawn
chairs. (248) 967-4020.
Give thanks to Sharona Shapiro,
outgoing director of the local
American Jewish Committee,
at a dessert reception celebrat-
ing her 20 years of service, 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, at the
AJC offices, 6735 Telegraph in
Bloomfield Township. $18. RSVP to
Join Glennwood ORT for a free
membership tea and fashion
show by Lord and Taylor 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 15, at Echo
Valley Clubhouse in Farmington.
Reserve a place by calling Natalie
Katkowsky at (248) 543-1848.
Tour the Fall Parade of Homes,
an exhibition of 61 new model
homes, Aug. 17-Dec. 31. Sponsors
are Building Industry Association
of Southeastern Michigan and
LaSalle Bank. Visitors can see the
latest trends in energy efficiency
and green building, architecture,
interior design, amenities and
materials. Call (248) 862-1032 or
visit www.builders.org .
Attend a Dream Cruise picnic in
celebration of the 30th anniversa-
ry of the Child Abuse and Neglect
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a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at
CARE House, 44765 Woodward in
Pontiac, north of Square Lake Rd.
Lawn chairs, cameras, binoculars,
barbeque, birthday cake and ice
cream will be the order of the day,
according to Pat Rosen, executive
director. A donation of $30 is sug-
gested. (248) 332-7173.
Hear heartwarming stories of
struggle, courage and survival
7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, in
Prentis Memorial Library of
Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph
in Bloomfield Township. Dr. David
Nathanson will discuss his book
Ordinary Miracles: Learning from
Breast Cancer Survivors, joined
by survivor Wendy Goldberg, BSN,
an oncology nurse with Henry
Ford Health System. There is no
admission charge. For information,
call temple librarian Eileen Polk at
(248) 851-1100, ext. 3138.
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Find out about the cervical cancer
vaccine at a talk 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Henry
Ford Design Center, Pinewood
Industrial Park, 2001 Dallavo
Drive, Suite 102, in Commerce
Township. Gynecologist Brent
Davidson, MD, will be the first
presenter in the new Henry
Ford Hospital series, Hot Topics
in Women's Health. There is no
charge to attend. For registration
and details of future programs,
call (800) 436-7936 or visit
Find quality clothing and shoes,
household items, toys, antiques
and more at Temple Emanu-El's
rummage sale Thursday-Friday,
Aug. 16-17, at 14450 W.10 Mile in
Oak Park. Sale hours are 9 a.m.-
4:30 p.m. Thursday and until noon
on Sunday. Drop off donations
Mon.-Wed., Aug. 12-15. (248) 967-
Participate in the local
Alzheimer's Association's Memory
Walk Saturday, Aug. 25, at the
Detroit Zoo. Greater Michigan
Chapter seeks walkers and pledg-
es now. Learn more at (800) 272-
3900 or www.alzgmc.org .
Holidays & Shabbat
Find out why Jewish is Bluish,
Rabbi Joseph Klein's summer
series of answers about Judaism,
during outdoor services 7:30 p.m.
Friday, at the temple, 14450 W.
10 Mile in Oak Park. Topics are
Burial and Mourning, Aug. 17; and
Life-cycle Events, Aug. 24. (248)
Join Barry Levine's discussion
of the weekly Torah portion
at the Shabbat Morning Study
Group 10 a.m. every Saturday,
Congregation B'nai Moshe, 6800
Drake Road in West Bloomfield. At
12:30 p.m. Aug. 11, following ser-
vices and Kiddush, Levine will read
selections from David Patterson's
Greatest Jewish Stories in Cantor
Klein Chapel. (248) 788-0600.
at the door, but free if a place is
reserved by Aug.13. Call Elaine
for reservations and information.
Attend a lecture, Everything
You'd Want to Ask an Elder Law
Attorney, 1-2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13,
at the West Bloomfield JCC. The
presenters are attorneys R Mark
Accettura and Samuel Hurwitz,
founders of the Elder Law Institute
of Michigan, PLLC. Admission is
free, but RSVP by Aug. 12 to Fran
Cook, (248) 432-5486.
Relax with entertainer Ilya
Kozadayev at the next Cafe
Europa program 1 p.m. Monday,
Aug. 20, at the Oak Park JCC.
Series sponsor is the Holocaust
Survivors and Families Support
Group. (248) 967-4030.
Learn from "Fabs" Kaldobsky at
his music appreciation program
Musical Adventure at the JCC 2
p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the Oak
Park JCC. This month's program
will feature music by Augustin
Barrios, Ludwig von Beethoven,
Frederic Chopin, Antonin Dvorak,
Franz Liszt, and Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart. There is no
admission charge. (248) 967-4030.
Enjoy a buffet indoor picnic and
dance to Wally Duda and his
Orchestra noon-2 p.m. Tuesday,
Aug. 21, at Temple Beth El, 7400
Telegraph in Bloomfield Township.
The Ambassadors of Temple Beth
El invite area seniors to attend
for $7 per person. For reserva-
tions, call Doris Kushner, (248)
352-5882, or Regina Weiss, (248)
Learn about the vision problems
common in older adults at a
lecture, Vision Matters, 1-2 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 15, at the West
Bloomfield JCC. The presenter is
011ie Lester of the Greater Detroit
Agency for the Blind and Visually
Impaired. Light refreshments will
be served. Admission is free, but
RSVP by Aug.14 to Fran Cook,
Come to a luncheon-program with
members of CHaZaKaH-Young-
at-Heart 12:30 p.m. Thursday,
Aug. 23, at the synagogue,
29901 Middlebelt in Farmington
Hills. Singer and "one-man band"
Rennie Kaufmann will entertain.
Group members are charged $10
and it's $12 for others. Mail checks
by Monday, Aug.13, to Dorothy
Goldberg, 28303 Franklin Rd.,
Apt. A130, Southfield, MI 48034.
For information, call Adat Shalom.
Ponder aspects of peace when
Dr. Fred Pearson of Wayne State
University presents a lecture
series 2:30-4 p.m. Wednesdays
at the West Bloomfield JCC.
Sponsor is the Institute of Retired
Professionals. Schedule: Peace
Keeping, Aug. 15, and Peace
Building, Aug. 22. Underwriting
for the series comes from the
Harry Kirsh Fund, for programs
related to international relations.
The public is invited at no charge.
(248) 967-4030, ext. 2018.
Join the Temple Israel Seniors for
a performance by Cantor Michael
Smolash 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug.
16, at the synagogue, 5725 Walnut
Lake Rd. in West Bloomfield. The
program is free of charge. (248)
Worship with the Temple Israel
Seniors at Senior Saturday
Shabbat 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18,
at the synagogue, 5725 Walnut
Lake Rd. in West Bloomfield.
There is a charge for lunch of $3
Dance or tap your feet with Sam
Barnett and his band at the annual
Glassman Party for seniors 1 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Oak
Park JCC. Door prizes and refresh-
ments are part of the event, which
carries a charge. An RSVP is
required. (248) 967-6380.
Brush up your game by joining
the Bridge Club at the Oak Park
JCC. All levels are invited to play
1-3 p.m. every Wednesday. (248)
Learn beginning skills in various
media at Farber Adult Art classes
9 a.m.-noon every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at the Oak
Park JCC. Harriet Gelfond guides
the ongoing class. The charge to
attend 10 sessions is $40 for JCC
members, $60 for others. Price
includes art supplies. (248) 967-
Create a special piece at the
Barbara Bloom Judaica Arts &
Crafts Class 9:30-11:30 a.m. every
Thursday at the Oak Park JCC.
Rifcah Krolikowski leads the ongo-
ing class. The charge is $2 for JCC
members and $4 for others. (248)
Drop in to play cards with the Ben
Gurion Men's Group noon-4 p.m.
every weekday at the Oak Park
JCC. There is no charge to partici-
pate. (248) 967-4030.
Play against others experienced
in duplicate bridge 1-3 p.m. every
Wednesday at the Oak Park JCC.
There is no charge to participate.
Discuss current events with an
ongoing group facilitated by Dave
Weiner 10:30 a.m. every Thursday
at the Oak Park JCC. There is no
charge to attend. (248) 967-4030.
Come to an incoming fresh-
men picnic for Michigan State
University students 6 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 19, at Marshbank Park, 2805
Hiller Road in West Bloomfield.
RSVP to Marisa Saltzman, MSU
Hillel program director, at marisa®
Encourage children to read books
with Jewish content during the
Summer Reading Club for Kids,
sponsored by the Henry & Delia
Meyers Library through Aug.
31, at the West Bloomfield JCC.
Prizes will be awarded to those
reading five or more books. To
participate, call Francine Menken
at (248) 432-5546.
Music Of The Night
Kadima of Southfield will honor
Naomi and Lionel Margolick at
its benefit on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at
the Max M. Fisher Music Center,
Joshua Nelson and the Kosher
Gospel Singers will perform.
Nelson provides Hebrew and
Jewish music with soul.
Lionel Margolick owns
Margolick Financial Group, a