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To Do!

Calendar on page 73

Digest some knowledge at
the Adat Shalom Adult Study
Commission's lunch-and-learn
series exploring 20th Century
Thinkers on God noon to 1:15
p.m. Tuesdays, Oct. 2 and 9, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901
Middlebelt in Farmington Hills.
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz will use
texts by Elliot Dorff and Rabbi
Edward Feinstein. The $10 admis-
sion charge includes lunch. RSVP
to Charlotte Fiszbein by the
Thursday before each session.
(248) 851-5100.

Attend a panel discussion on the
road to peace for Israel and the
Palestinian people 8 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 1, sponsored by the Forum
at the Birmingham Temple, 28611
W.12 Mile, Farmington Hills. The
event co-sponsors are But Tzedek
v'Shalom-Jewish Alliance for
Justice and Peace, Ameinu and
Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring.
Panelists are professors Frederic
Pearson, Thomas Aboud and
Aaron Ahurra. There is no admis-
sion charge. (248) 477-1410.

Register now for a 10-week
series of Yiddish classes starting
Wednesday, Oct. 10, at the Oak
Park JCC. Intermediate level will
meet 7-8:15 p.m. and beginners
from 8:30-9:45. Community part-
ners with sponsoring Workmen's
Circle-Arbeter Ring include the
Broder Yiddish Culture Fund and
Driker Fund for Yiddish Culture.
Tuition is $140, with a $30 dis-
count for members of WC/AR, the
JCC, Sholem Aleichem Institute
and Temple Emanu-El. Checks pay-
able to Workmen's Circle-Arbeter
Ring should go with contact infor-
mation to 26341 Coolidge, Oak
Park, MI 48237. More details are
at (248) 545-0985 and micircle1@
aol.com .

Event Hotline.

Experience the Education Expo,
visiting exhibitors focused on
children's academic success, 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, at
the Cranbrook Institute of Science,
39221 Woodward in Bloomfield
Hills. There is no admission charge
and participants will get compli-
mentary box lunches. Learn more
at www.MetroParentEvents.com or
(248) 398-3400.

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September 27 • 2007

Take notes as Greater
Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah presents
NBC and MSNC
travel editor Peter
Greenberg at its
-
opening meeting
10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
2, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
27375 Bell Rd. in Southfield. The
day features lunch, boutiques and
prize raffle to support Hadassah
projects. $45/members; $55/oth-
ers; $25/speaker only. Learn
more at (248) 683-5030 or www.
detroit.hadassah.org .

Tee off at the Men's Club of
Adat Shalom Synagogue's Golf
"Scramble" starting 10 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 7, at Shenandoah
Golf Club in West Bloomfield.
There is a $90 per person charge.
Pre-registration is required at
(248) 851-5100.

Participate at two events of the
Greater West Bloomfield Chamber
of Commerce: (248) 626-3636.
• Business Expo '07: Find out
about more than 50 businesses
showcasing their products and
services 3-7 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
4, at Courtyard by Marriott Hotel,
31525 W.12 Mile Rd. in Farmington
Hills. The event includes blood
pressure screenings, antiques
appraisal, appetizer buffet from
Bentley's Restaurant and enter-
tainment by the Gratitude Steel
Band. Admission is free.
• Art in Bloom reception and art
sale: Join event chairman Allan
Sefton for a reception, strolling
art sale, silent auction and car
lease raffle. 6-9 p.m. Saturday,
Oct. 6, at Art Leaders Gallery,
33030 Northwestern Hwy. in West
Bloomfield. Event tickets are $20.

Take a breath, relax and enjoy
Stretch and Kvetch, a yoga class
for moms and tots offered through
Federation's Shalom Baby 10-
11:30 a.m. Monday, Oct. 8, at
the Federation Building, 6735
Telegraph in Bloomfield Hills.
Participants are asked to bring a
blanket, a toy or visual aid for baby
and a small bottle of massage
oil. The program cost is $8 per
adult. RSVP by Oct. 1 to Lisa Soble
Siegmann at (248) 205-2534 or
e-mail Siegmann@jfmd.org .

Join Rabbi Steven Rubenstein at
the Ma Tovu Minyan, a song-filled
service that includes the melo-
dies 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, Minyan Matters
coordinator, (248) 737-1931 or e-
mail nancyellen879@comcast.net .

Health

Listen as dermatologist Alice
Watson and nurse Susie Clelland
discuss how to recognize and treat
rosacea, melanoma and other skin
conditions 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 2, at Henry Ford Design
Center, Pinewood Industrial Park,
2001 Dallavo Drive, Suite 102, in
Commerce Township. The program
is part of Henry Ford Hospital's Hot
Topics in Women's Health series.
There is no charge to attend. For
registration and information, call
(800) 436-7936 or visit www.hen-
ryford.com/hottopics.

Attend the Michael Golds
Memorial AD/HD Conference for
information on various aspects
of attention deficit hyperactivity
disorder Friday, Oct. 5, at Oakland
Community College on Orchard
Lake Rd. in Farmington Hills.
Keynoter Michele Novotni, Ph.D.,
speaks at 11 a.m. followed by a
choice of additional sessions, such
as Sleep Disorders in Children and
Adolescents and The Secret Lives
of Women with AD/HD, at 1:15 and
3 p.m. Admission charge of $50
includes lunch. To register, call
(248) 522- 3645 or visit www.
chaddmi.com .

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.

Helping Out

Raise food allergy awareness by
participating in the Food Allergy
& Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN)
Walk for Food Allergy: Moving
Toward a Cure 8:30 a.m. Saturday,
Sept. 29, at Kensington Metro
Park's Martindale Beach in Milford.
Register at www.foodallergywalk.
org .

Join Gilda's Comedy Walk at the
Zoo starting 8:45 a.m. Saturday,
Oct. 6, at the Detroit Zoo in Royal
Oak. Funds raised will support
Gilda's Club of Metro Detroit, a
nonprofit cancer support com-
munity for those with cancer
and their loved ones. The $40
registration fee includes parking,
zoo entry, T-shirt and admis-
sion to a Registration Party, 7
p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, at Mark
Ridley's Comedy Castle, 269 E.
Fourth in Royal Oak. Registration is
also available online at gildasclub-
detroit.org . or call (248) 577-0800.

Have a special night out and
assist Jewish Home & Aging
Services 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept.
30, at Detroit Opera House,1526
Broadway in Detroit. Entertainment
is Three Cantors Plus One, a musi-
cal tribute to Jewish composers
from Hammerstein to Bernstein.
JHAS Executive Director Carol
Rosenberg will be honored.
Proceeds will support the Acts of
Loving Kindness-Gemilut Chasdim
Fund, providing financial support to
residents unable to fund their own
care. Contact (248) 661-2999, ext.
348, or e-mail btryon@jhas.org.

Laugh at skits and see trendy hair
styles and fashions during Hairball
2007 starting 7 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 30, at the Royal Oak Music
Theatre, 318 W. Fourth in Royal
Oak. Sponsored by AlfaParf Milano
and Beaute' Craft Salon Services,
some of the night's proceeds
will benefit Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation. Ticket price
is $65. For details, contact event
producer Norman Wagner at (586)
778-6379.

Reserve by Monday,
Oct. 1, for a hands-
on lesson in making a
family history scrap-
book page 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 7, at the
Holocaust Memorial
Center, 28213 Orchard Lake Rd.
in Farmington Hills. Presenters
Dick and Caryn Jaeger will tell
how they chronicled their family
history research in a scrapbook.
Admission is free for members of
the Jewish Genealogical Society
of Michigan and $10 for others. E-
mail AlexandraAtGofP@aol.com or
call (248) 496-1324.

Inquire about available referral
and placement services at the JVS
Women to Work meeting 9-11 a.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 2, at JVS, 29699
Southfield Rd. in Southfield. The
program assists women who have
been out of the workforce and
need to find immediate employ-
ment. For additional information,
contact Judy Richmond at (248)
233-4232 or jrichmond®jvsdet.
org .

Learn to Live Consciously, Buy
Wisely and Make a Difference at a
Tikvah Hadassah Group meeting
noon Tuesday, Oct. 9, at a private
home. Betsy Winkelman will be the
speaker. Admission is $10. RSVPs
are due by Oct. 4. Call Linda at
(248) 851-7757.

Take steps to join Walk to D'Feet
ALS and support ALS research
and community-based patient
services programs Saturday, Oct.
6, meeting at the Belle Isle Casino
in Detroit. Registration begins at 9
a.m. and the walk is at 11. Contact
Erin Ehlers at (248) 680-6540, e-
mail eehlers@alsa-michigan.org or
visit www.alsa-michigan.org .

Check out the Jewish Baby
Boomer Summit 11 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the Jewish
Community Center of Washtenaw
County, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. in
Ann Arbor. Jewish professionals
are invited to hear keynoter Mark
Goldstein, president of Impact
Presentations Group and co-
founder of Age Wave, and then
discuss Is our Jewish community
prepared to engage and serve
Baby Boomers? The cost of $12
includes lunch. Register online
by Oct. 5 at www.jfsannarbor.org .
For information, contact Abbie
Lawrence-Jacobson at (734) 769-
0209 or abbie@jfsannarbor.org .

Find support if you're grieving
the death of a parent 7-8:30 p.m.
every Thursday, Oct. 4-Nov. 8,
at the Birmingham Temple, 28611
W.12 Mile in Southfield. Cindy
Goldman of Hospice of Michigan
will lead the adult bereavement
group on behalf of SPACE for
Changing Families, a program
of National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Section.
Donations are appreciated. Pre-
registration is required for the six-
week series at (248) 355-9936.

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