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To Do!

E-mail items to calendar®thejewishnews.com
Mail items to Calendar, the Jewish News, 29200 Northwestern, Suite 110, Southfield, MI 48034
Fax items to (248) 304-8885 • Deadline: noon, Wednesday, eight days prior to publication

Mixed Media

The creativity of Linda Sterns, who does paintings, watercolors
and mixed media collages, will be on display through Nov.1 at the
Woods Gallery, located at the Huntington Woods Library, 26415
Scotia. Sterns has an eye for transforming what she sees into
multi-textured images that evoke a mood or memory. She is an
intuitive painter using brush strokes that are fluid, flowing and
loose with an emphasis on movement, force, energy, dynamic
shapes and forms.
An opening reception is scheduled 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept
18. Exhibition hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-
5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Learn more at the Web site
www.woodsgallery.org or call (248) 581-2696.

Check It Out!

its & Culture

"Witness for the Nameless," an
exhibition of photographs and
poetry by Norman Dubin and Edna
Garte, will be on display at the
Waterford Public Library through
Oct. 4, and at the Southfield
Public Library, Nov. 1-Dec. 30.
Next year, it will travel to the
Swords Into Plowshares Gallery in
Detroit. A reception open to all will
be held 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept.15
at the Waterford library, 5168 Civic
Center Drive. (248) 618-7693.

Ask George Erdstein of Huntington
Woods to sign his newly pub-
lished novel, Mountain Rat, 4 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 16, at the Holocaust
Memorial Center, Zekelman
Campus, 28123 Orchard Lake Rd.
in Farmington Hills. Set in 1957,
Erdstein's story about a Jewish
pre-med student working as a
busboy in the Catskills explores
the young man's connection to the
Holocaust. (248) 553-2400.

Attend the awards reception that
opens From Our Perspective,
a national women's art exhibi-
tion, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
20, in Smith Theatre Gallery,
Oakland Community College's
Orchard Ridge campus, 27055
Orchard Lake Rd. south of 1-696,

in Farmington Hills. Presented by
OCC Womencenter, the works of 36
juried artists can be seen through
Oct. 12. Gallery hours are 10
a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays. Admission
is free. For information, contact
Arlene Frank at (248) 522-3642.

View nature and wildlife pho-
tographs by Judy Yaker of
Bloomfield Hills Friday, Sept. 21-
Nov. 25, at the Ford Education
Center Exhibit Gallery of the
Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak. Details
are at (313) 852-4056.

See works by artists Prudence
Bernstein of Bloomfield Hills,
Stanley Rosenthal of Huntington
Woods, and Donald and Linda
Mendelson of Southfield dur-
ing the Michigan Water Color
Society's 60th Annual Exhibition
Travel Show, through Sept. 27, at
Eastern Michigan University's Ford
Gallery in Ypsilanti. Exhibit details
are at www.mwcsart.com .

Admire 35 art quilts by Studio
Arts Associates through Sept. 29,
at Lawrence Street Gallery, 22620
Woodward in Ferndale. Exhibit is.
Hours are noon-5 p.m. Wednesday-
Saturday, and until 9 p.m. Friday.
For details, call (248) 568-5739
or visit www.lawrencestreetgallery.

Dining Out

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Sign up for Recipe for Creativity,
starting 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
25, at the Oak Park JCC. Mixed-
media artist Edie Simons will
teach collage and stitching of
recipe cards to swap or keep.
Bring personal recipes and original
photographs; copies will be made.
The six-week class is $75 for JCC
members; $95 for others. All ages
are welcome. (248) 967-4030, ext.
2028.

Appreciate four exhibits through
Oct. 5, at Birmingham Bloomfield
Art Center, 1516 S. Cranbrook in
Birmingham. Represented are the
Michigan Hot Glass Workshop,
Birmingham Society of Women
Painters, Donna Engstrom's multi-
media show and Dan Keller's adult
painting students. Information is
at www.BBArtCenter.org or call
(248) 644-0866.

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Find out JN columnist Danny Raskin's
thoughts on dining out at a meeting of
Eleanor Roosevelt Hadassah 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 25, at Sarah and Ralph Davidson
Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard Lake Rd. in
West Bloomfield. Admission is $5, but free
for anyone joining Hadassah that evening. For
information, call (248) 683-5030.

Arts@Paramount Gallery, 22635
Woodward in Ferndale.
• 3Quarters-3Artists-3Views,
representing three generations
of exhibitors, is 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tuesday-Saturday at DAM, 4719
Woodward in Detroit.

Peruse the Michigan Weavers
Guild's 60th anniversary exhibi-
tion through Oct. 5, in Alfred
Berkowitz Gallery of Mardigian
Library at University of Michigan-
Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen in
Dearborn. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
(313) 593-3592.

Cinema & Stage

See Head of the Class - 2007
Faculty Exhibition, works in
various mediums by Wayne State
University's professional art facul-
ty, through Oct. 12, in Community
Arts Gallery,150 Community Arts
Building in Detroit. (313) 577-0770.

Tour two exhibitions of the Detroit
Artists Market (DAM) through
Oct. 20. More details are at (313)
832-8540 or visit www.detroi-
tartistsmarket.org
• Lois Teicher is among nine art-
ists featured in 3X3, exhibited 9
a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays and until
noon Saturdays at the Community

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Join the Cohn-Haddow Center for
Judaic Studies for a free show-
ing of the award-winning docu-
mentary film The Lost Wooden
Synagogues of Eastern Europe
3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at the
West Bloomfield Township Public
Library, 4600 Walnut Lake Rd. in
West Bloomfield. Independent film
maker and producer Albert Barry
will speak. RSVP by Wednesday,
Sept. 26, at (313) 577-2679 or e-
mail aa2690@wayne.edu .

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Linda Sterns

Watch a movie drama, The
Substance of Fire, whose cast
includes Timothy Hutton, Sarah
Jessica Parker, Ron Rifkin and
Tony Goldwyn, 10 a.m.-noon
Sunday, Sept. 16, at Congregation
Shir Tikvah, 3900 Northfield Pkwy.
in Troy. Admission is free. (248)
649-4418.

See Jeff Weiner of Troy in
Thoroughly Modern Millie, the
Stagecrafters' high-spirited musi-
cal, through Sept. 30, at the
Baldwin Theatre, 415 S. Lafayette
in Royal Oak. Show times are at
8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and
2 p.m. Sundays. For information
on tickets and a raffle, call (248)
541-8027.

Laugh out
loud at Hello
Muddah! Hello
Fadduh!: The
Allan Sherman
Musical, through
Sept. 16, in Aaron DeRoy Theatre
of the West Bloomfield JCC. Final
two performances by the Jewish
Ensemble Theatre are at 8:30
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, and 2
p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16. Tickets
cost $29-$39, with discounts for
seniors and students. When avail-
able, discounted "rush tickets" for
$18 may be purchased one hour
before curtain. (248) 788-2900.

Enjoy The House of Blue Leaves,
a prize-winning comedy, through
Sept. 23, in the Village Players
Playhouse, 34660 Woodward in
Birmingham. Performances are at
8 p.m. Sept. 14-15, 21-22; and 2
p.m. Sept. 16 and 23. Marni Raitt
of Royal Oak is in the cast. Tickets
are $15. For more, call (248) 644-
2075 or visit the Web site www.
birminghamvillageplayers.com .

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Take in a Chamber Music Society
of Detroit concert, featuring
Grammy Award-winning soprano
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