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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-05-07

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Emeth of Ann Arbor co-sponsors
monthly hike open to all ages,
married or single. Bring backpack,

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munchies and water. Details: (734)
883-9522; jewish.hikers@gmail.
com .

Delight in the Basset Waddle, as
hundreds of basset hounds fill the

street during city of Birmingham
parade and party Sunday, May
17. The parade starts 1 p.m. from

S. Old Woodward, north of Brown.
The party, 4 p.m. in downtown
Shain Park, offers free activities

for children and music from G-
Daddys. (248) 530-1803, www.

Events That Help


Experience the Grand Bazaar
Friday, May 8, a Moroccan-

Hear what it was like for a Jewish

couple who spent 2 1/2 years

working for Ford Motor Company
in Bangkok, Thailand, 7 p.m.
Thursday, May 21, at Congregation
Beth Shalom, W. Lincoln, Oak Park.

style benefit for the Museum of
Contemporary Arts Detroit, 4454

Woodward, Detroit. Starting at
5:30 p.m., high-end ticket hold-
ers have access to Arabic-style




Join another outing with the
Jewish Hikers of Michigan 11
a.m. Sunday, May 17. Temple Beth

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Reflect on keynote address of
Holocaust historian Deborah E.
Lipstadt, PhD, of Emery University

at program that inaugurates the
new Rabbi David & Alicia Nelson

Legacy Fund 8 p.m. Wednesday,
May 13, at Congregation Beth
Shalom, 14601 W. Lincoln, Oak

Park. There is a charge. (248)









silent auction, raffle, entertainment
and dancing. RSVP: (313) 576-8112,
schwages®karmanos.org .

Take part in Sisterhood Donor
Day, honoring the memory of the

late Toby Dobkin, and featuring
boutique shopping 9:30 a.m.-
2:30 p.m. Monday, May 18, at

Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901
Middlebelt, Farmington Hills. Wall
Street Journal columnist Jeffrey

Beth Shalom members Mandy
Garver and Allen Wolf will speak

about the challenges of living in a
country with diverse religions. The
synagogue's Cultural Commission

ers join partygoers for bazaar
shopping, strolling supper and
dancing. Other features: stroll-

ment 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday,

a.m. Lunch ($45) requires RSVP:

sponsors. Free, but RSVP required.
Doris Schey: (248) 545-7112;
Gretchen Weiner: (734) 261-6468.

ing bohemian musicians, hookah
lounge, and tarot card and Turkish

May 13, at Adat Shalom

(248) 851-5100.

coffee cup readings. Tickets: www.

Farmington Hills. Community-wide

Support the Gary Bernstein

• Public day: Shopping, children's

hair cutting event held in conjunc-
tion with the "Pantene Beautiful
Lengths" program and the

Community Health Clinic when you
play in the annual Gary Bernstein
Golf Classic 11:15 a.m. Tuesday,

May 19, at Shenandoah Country

See Nancy Jonas installed as

president of Tikvah Group,

activities run 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, May 9, for $5 admission.

Find everything from Michigan
wildflowers to hearty perennials

American Cancer Society. Stylists
from Ruby Blu Salon in Farmington
Hills will cut and style donors' hair.

Cranbrook House and Gardens,
380 Lone Pine, Bloomfield Hills.
Event includes guided tour of the

at Cranbrook House and Gardens
Auxiliary Spring Plant Sale, a
benefit for the volunteer organiza-

Make appointment through Jodi
Gross: gross@iadatshalom.org ,
(248) 626-2153.

historic home and grounds. $30.
RSVP by May 12 to Barbara: (248)

tion, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, May
12, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday,
May 13, on grounds of Cranbrook

House, 380 Lone Pine, Bloomfield
Hills. Take free shuttle from Christ

Church Cranbrook lot across from
Cranbrook House. (248) 645-3149.

Two-Man Show

Catch Halpern and Johnson by
Lionel Goldstein, the Jewish
Ensemble Theatre's final pro-
duction of the season, through
May 17, downstairs at the West
Bloomfield JCC. Show times: 8
p.m. Thursdays, 5 and 8:30 p.m.
Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays
and Wednesdays. (248) 788-2900,
www.jettheatre.org .

Zaslow, co-author of The Last
Lecture, is luncheon speaker at 11

Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt,

Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah, at installation lun-
cheon noon Friday, May 22, at






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market, live auction and modern
Middle Eastern cuisine served at
fireside. At 8:30, $75 ticket hold-

Donate your hair to make wigs
for women and children who have
gone through chemo cancer treat-

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Club, 5600 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. Day includes auctions,

awards presentation, lunch and
dinner. Tickets: (248) 758-1690.

Health / Support

arranges 45-minute walks twice a
month on Mondays or Tuesdays,

primarily in the West Bloomfield-

Farmington area. RSVP to Fred:
(248) 320-4831.

Hear lecture, "Skin Cancer
Before and After the Diagnosis,"

6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, May 11,
at Henry Ford West Bloomfield
Hospital, 6777 W. Maple. The "Hot

Topics in Women's Health" series
will feature dermatologists Linda
Stein Gold, MD, and David Kouba,

MD. Free, but pre-registration
required: (800) 436-7936, www.

Share your common experiences
at the stroke support group, Time

Travelers, 10 a.m.-noon Tuesday,
May 12, at Temple Shir Shalom,
3999 Walnut Lake Road, West

Bloomfield. (248) 737-8700.

Take in a panel discussion of
"Trends and Destructive Behavior

Wear comfortable clothes for an
"experiential" service that blends
simple yoga postures with prayer

Among Children and Adolescents"
9:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 12, at
Doyle Center, 7275 Wing Lake
Road, Bloomfield Hills and also
7 p.m. at Eton Academy, 1755

older features casino games, auc-
tions and a cash raffle. Tickets:
$60, $50 advance; includes $100

and meditation, incorporating the
Torah portion of the week, 10 a.m.
Saturday, May 9, in east and west
meeting rooms at Congregation

Melton, Birmingham. Sponsor:
Birmingham Bloomfield Families in
Action. Free. www.bbfaprevention.
org , (248) 341-6340.

in chips, appetizers, desserts, wine
and other beverages. Proceeds
will support the temple. (248) 661-

Beth Shalom, 14601 W. Lincoln,
Oak Park. Certified yoga teacher
Suzy Ran leads. (248) 547-7970.

Get lucky at Temple Kol Ami's
"Aces Chai 3-Peat" 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 16, at 5085 Walnut

Lake Road, West Bloomfield. The
Monte Carlo event for ages 21 and


Help Barbara Ann Karmanos

Cancer Institute raise funds for
cancer care at "Support Our
Hometown Team" 6 p.m.-midnight
Saturday, May 16, at Ford Field

in Detroit. Tickets: $300 $750;


includes strolling reception, dinner,

Get exercise, enjoy nature
and meet new people with the
Jewish Adult Walkers 6:30 p.m.
Monday, May 11, at Heritage

Park, Farmington Road, north of
10 Mile, Farmington Hills. Visit a
local restaurant following. Group,
for all ages and marital statuses

Socialize with the Temple Israel
FUN (Flourish Unite & Nurture)
group for physically challenged
adults at showing of a first-run

movie 7-9 p.m. Thursday, May
14, in the temple's media room,

5701 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. RSVP to Michelle

Chekan: (248) 342-2701.

Calendar on page C12

May 7 • 2009


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