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Kalish, 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
15, at Seligman Performing Arts
Center of Detroit Country Day
School, 22305 W.13 Mile in
Beverly Hills. For concert tickets
and to RSVP for a catered dinner
at 6, call (248) 855-6070.

Support young musicians Ari
Teitel, Ami Edwards and Tony
Lannen and their Jam Society
Band when they open the concert
scheduled 6:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 19, in the Southfield Public
Library meeting room, 26300
Evergreen. (248) 796-4365.

Audition for the Bel Canto Choral
Society, an all-women's group
rehearsing Monday evenings at
the Oak Park JCC. The group
sings show tunes and popular,
seasonal, operetta, classics and
ethnic music at JCCs, senior
residences, synagogues and
other venues. Director Marty
Mandelbaum does not require
auditions. To learn more, contact
Katy at (313) 640-0123 or e-mail
kparcells@aol.com .

Education

Speak the mameloshn with mem-
bers of the Yiddish Club 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 18, at Temple Shir
Shalom Library, 3999 Walnut Lake
Rd. in West Bloomfield. (248) 737-
8700.

Learn all about roundabouts, such
as the one under construction in
West Bloomfield, from a represen-
tative of the Oakland County Road
Commission 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 19, at Echo Valley
Clubhouse. There's no charge
to attend. Host Glennwood ORT
requests questions and RSVPs to
Anna Hyman at (248) 851-3034.

Bring a bag lunch (beverage
provided) to the new season of
lunch and learn noon Thursday,
Sept. 20, at Temple Beth El, 7400
Telegraph in Bloomfield Twp. The
temple's director of education,
Keren Alpert, will discuss the
prophet Isaiah, whose words we
read on Yom Kippur. To register,
call (248) 865-0612.

Hear Rabbi Dovid Gottlieb speak
on "Another Yom Kippur" 12:30
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20 at a
lunch and learn of Ohr Somayach.

Kosher lunch included. $18. Call
352-4870 or e-mail osdetroit®
g ma il.com .

Minyan Matters coordinator,
(248) 737-1931 or e-mail nancyel-
len879@comcast.net .

Register for an 11-week
Introduction to Judaism course
starting 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 25, at Temple Israel,
5725 Walnut Lake Rd. in West
Bloomfield. Class includes a
Shabbat dinner and tour of the
Holocaust Memorial Center in
Farmington Hills. Registration,
including a book fee, is $130; $20
less for couples. (248) 661-5725.

Health

Take an introductory
Hebrew class for adults
4:45-5:45 p.m. Tuesdays
through Dec. 18, at Congregation
Shir Tikvah, 3900 Northfield
Pkwy. in Troy. Rebecca Starr
teaches both modern and prayer
book Hebrew. The course is $30
for members, including the text-
book, and $40 for others. (248)
649-4418.

Event Hotline

Browse and take part in family
activities at Books & Beyond 1-5
p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 15-
16, on the front lawn of Southfield
Public Library, 26300 Evergreen.
There's no admission charge. Visit
www.southfieldlibrary.org .

Get party ideas at an event-plan-
ning trade show 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 16, at the West
Bloomfield JCC. Admission is free.
Joe Cornell Entertainment has
details at (248) 356-6000.

Pose questions about the Red
Wings to Ken Daniels, Fox TV
hockey commentator and fea-
tured guest at Sports Night,
6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901
Middlebelt in Farmington Hills.
Gary Graff chairs the dinner-pro-
gram. The admission charge is
$10. Families are welcome. (248)
851-5100.

Join Rabbi Steven Rubenstein at
the Ma Tovu Minyan for a relaxed,
song-filled service that includes
the melodies of Shlomo Carlebach,
Danny Maseng and Leonard
Cohen 9 a.m. every Sunday at
Congregation Beth Ahm, 5075
W. Maple in West Bloomfield. For
information, call Nancy Kaplan,

Hear about new treatments and
advanced tests at lecture by pul-
monologist Michael Simoff, MD,
Breathing Easier: Lung Health &
Women, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 18, at the Henry Ford Design
Center, Pinewood Industrial Park,
2001 Dallavo Drive, Suite 102, in
Commerce Township. Dr. Simoff's
appearance is through the Henry
Ford Hospital series Hot Topics
in Women's Health. There is no
admission charge. For registration
and future programs, call (800)
436-7936 or visit www.henryford.
com/hottopics.

Meet with members of the Time
Travelers stroke support group 10
a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, in Foltyn
Social Hall of Temple Shir Shalom,
3999 Walnut Lake Rd. in West
Bloomfield. (248) 737-8700.

Get support from the attitudinal
healing group 6:30 p.m. every
Tuesday, in the Art-Music Room at
Temple Shir Shalom, 3999 Walnut
Lake Rd. in West Bloomfield. (248)
737-8700.

Attend the Michael Golds
Memorial AD/HD Conference
Friday, Oct. 5, at Oakland
Community College on Orchard
Lake Rd. in Farmington Hills. Day
includes keynote speaker Michele
Novotni, Ph.D at 11 a.m. and choice
of additional sessions at 1:15 and
3 p.m. Admission charge of $50
includes lunch. To register, visit
www.chaddmi.com .

Helping Out

Explore volunteer opportunities
with the Detroit institute of Arts
at an open house 1-3 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 16, in the DIA Lecture Hall.
The museum concludes its six-year
building renovation and expansion
project on Nov. 23. For information
on volunteering, call (313) 494-
5221 or e-mail diavol@dia.org .

Find something good to read
at the Friends of Farmington
Community Library's book sale 9
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at
the Farmington Farmer's Market

on Grand River, west of Farmington
Rd. in downtown Farmington. Get
information at (248) 553-6880 or
www.farmlib.org/friends.

Bring non-per-
ishable items
to Temple Shir
__- Shalom's annual
food drive 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept.
16, at 3999 Walnut Lake Rd. in
West Bloomfield. (248) 737-8700.

Enjoy an afternoon of craft activi-
ties 1-4:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17,
at the Oak Park Library, 14200
Oak Park Blvd. Possibilities will
include making recycled paper and
business cards, adding recipes and
stories to a cookbook and mak-
ing your own blocks for a quilt.
Admission of $3 will be donated to
a Ben-Gurion University (in Israel)
scholarship fund. The library
phone number is (248) 691-7589.

Purchase items to support
Meadow Brook Theatre at the
Props and Costume Sale Friday-
Sunday, Sept. 21-23, Prop Shop at
Oakland University in Rochester.
Kristen Gribbin has sale hours at
(248) 370-3309.

Hear the riveting story of
Antarctica explorer Dr. Jerri
Nielsen, a breast cancer survi-
vor, at the Mothers, Daughters,
Sisters & Friends Luncheon
9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26,
at Shenandoah Golf, Banquet &
Country Club, 5600 Walnut Lake
Rd. in West Bloomfield. Proceeds
will benefit the Francee & Benson
Ford Jr. Breast Care & Wellness
Center at Henry Ford West
Bloomfield Hospital. Event includes
boutique shopping and luncheon
at 11. Program emcees are WXYZ-
TV broadcasters Diana and Glenda
Lewis. Event chairs are Francee
Ford, Micki Kline, Lisa Lis and
Florine Mark. Patron chairs include
Nancy Gershenson. Patron tickets
begin at $600. (248) 661-7194.

Attend a tribute brunch salut-
ing Ann Newman and Aliza Nivy,
honorees at the upcoming Zionist
Organization of America Balfour
event, noon Sunday, Sept. 23,
at Tam O'Shanter Country Club,
5051 Orchard Lake Rd. in West
Bloomfield. Patron tickets start
at $360 per couple. Contact ZOA
for information about the brunch,

Balfour event on Nov.1 and pre-
event VIP dinner with former
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu. Call (248) 282-0088
or send an e-mail to zoa@estart.
corn.

Attend the Vine & Dine event 6-
9 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, at
Cranbrook Institute of Science
in Bloomfield Hills and assist the
Gleaners Community Food Bank
of Southeastern Michigan. For
details, visit www.vinendine.com .

Holidays & Shabbat

Join Barry Levine's discussion
of the weekly Torah portion
with the Shabbat Morning Study
Group 10 a.m. every Saturday, at
Congregation B'nai Moshe, 6800
Drake Rd. in West Bloomfield. At
12:30 p.m. Sept. 15, following ser-
vices and Kiddush, Judaic studies
teacher Hershel Poger will talk
about his Prague experience in
Cantor Klein Chapel. (248) 788-
0600.

Remember victims of the
Holocaust and departed loved
ones at the Radomer Mutual
Society of Detroit's annual Yizkor
service noon Sunday, Sept. 16, in
the Radomer Section of Hebrew
Memorial Cemetery in Clinton
Township. All are welcome. For
information, call Esther at (248)
788-0595.

Kol Nidre begins on the evening
of Friday, Sept. 21. Yom Kippur
is Saturday, Sept. 22. Sukkot is
Sunday, Sept. .30:
• Birmingham-Bloomfield Chai
Center: High Holiday services will
be held at Masonic Lodge, 37357
Woodward in Bloomfield Hills.
There is no membership require-
ment or charge for seats. For
information, call (248) 203-6721
or e-mail chai-rabbi@sbcglobal.net .
• Aish HaTorah of Metro Detroit:
Participate in Yom Kippur services
at Burton Elementary School,
26315 Scotia in Huntington Woods.
Programs for children and teens
and break-out sessions are offered
at no charge. For information, con-
tact info@aishinthewoods.com .

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