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each year. RSVP: (313) 577-3559,
www.preservationwayne.org .


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Learn from "The Story of the
Aliya Bet and Machal" through

July 31, at Amster Gallery inside
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County, 935 Birch
Hollow, Ann Arbor. Informative
panels tell about American and
Canadian men and women, Jews

and Christians, who risked their
lives between 1946-49, for the
creation of the State of Israel.
juliegalesg-jccfed.org . (734) 971-
0990.

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DO YOU BELONG TO A
CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE?

Shaarey Zedek is now offering mein s er rates
to both our Beth Hayeled Nursery School &
Religious School to all individuals who are
members of a Conservative synagogue.

Two Campuses to Choose from to Meet Your Needs!

Religious School families will have the choice
of attending Tuesday afternoon School in either our
Smithfield or West Bloomfield synagogue buildings.

riz, Call 248/357-5544 To Register Today
& Secure Your Child's Future!

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www.shaareyzedek.org

Enjoy Marlee Hoffman's show,
"An Invitation to the Moment,"
daily except Mondays through
Aug. 2, at Washington Street

Gallery, 306 S. Main, Ann Arbor.
(734) 761-2287, www.wsg-art.
com .

Appreciate "Sculptures in Love
with Architecture," includ-

ing work by Lynne Avadenka,
at Lemberg Gallery, 23241

Woodward, Ferndale. Show closes
Aug. 8. (248) 591-6623, lem-
berggallery.com .

Take pride in the tribe at the
"From Haven to Home: Jewish

Life in America" exhibit through
Aug. 30, at Detroit Historical
Museum, 5401 Woodward at

Kirby. Open Wednesday-Sunday.
Free admission through July.

Exhibit information: (313) 833-
1805, www.michjewishhistory.org .

Cinema er Stage

Arts & Culture

Explore the world of "Art
Spiegelman: Portrait of the
Artist ..." through July 26, at
Museum of Contemporary Art

Detroit, 4454 Woodward. The
Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist
created the Holocaust memoir,
Maus: A Survivor's Tale. Open

11 a.m. daily except Monday and
Tuesday. Free. (313) 832-6622,
www.mocadetroit.org .

Talk about the Entre Rios Trilogy
with Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah's Book Discussion
Group 10-11:30 a.m. Monday,
July 27, at Davidson Hadassah

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House, 5030 Orchard Lake Road,
West Bloomfield. These three

connected novels by Argentine
writer Perla Sues, translated by

Rhonda Buchanan, tell stories
of Jewish settlers, starting with

beginning of the 20th century.
(248) 661-5694.

Peek behind the curtain on
Preservation Wayne's annual

Detroit Theatre Tour 9-11:30 a.m.
Saturday, Aug. 15. Tour, includ-
ing box lunch, will visit nine
downtown Detroit historic enter
tainment venues. Departures
every half hour from the Fillmore
Detroit Theater, 2115 Woodward.
Tickets ($40) sell out quickly

Bring back childhood memories
watching the Soupy Sales film
series, featuring two differ-
ent episodes from his classic
children's show 1 p.m. Saturday

and Sunday, July 25-26, at
Detroit Historical Museum, 5401
Woodward. Detroit Historical
Society will present series
through Aug. 30. Free museum
admission during July. Open

daily except Monday-Tuesday.
(313) 833-1805,
www.detroithistorical.org .

Audition for Hamlet begin-
ning 6:30 p.m. Monday, July
27, at the Historic Burgh

Church, 26060 Berg, Southfield.
Registration at 6. City of

Southfield Parks & Rec. Dept.

ORT Cruise

Cruise the Detroit River
with Glennwood ORT
2:45 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 9, departing
from dock of Diamond
Jack's River Cruise,
Superior Blvd. at Van
Alstyn, Wyandotte.
Dinner follows at Lions &
Tigers & Beers, 2929 Biddle,
Wyandotte. Cruise only: $14; send
check by Aug. 1 to Olivia Hammer. RSVP for her address:
(248) 661-6878.

and SRO Productions will present
Shakespeare's drama on week-

Get tickets for the "Young
American Comedy Tour," featur-

ends in October. Details: (248)
796-4645, www.srotheater.org .

ing headliner and Detroit native
Mike Young 10 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 8, at City Theatre, 2301

Enjoy two theatrical produc-
tions presented on Water
Works Theatre Company's
outdoor stage in Jaycee-
Starr Park, 13 Mile between

Woodward, Detroit. Also on the
bill: Jeff Dwoskin & DJ Bam, with
musical performance by Hush.
$31.50. (313) 471-1611.

Coolidge and Crooks, Royal Oak.
ww.waterworkstheatre.com:
• The Commedia Robin Hood:
Come to opening of Lane

Subscribe to the five-play season
at Oakland University's Meadow
Brook Theatre, starting with The
Legend of Sleepy Hollow on Oct.

Riosley's 55-minute play on
Tuesday, July 28. Shows: 7 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday and
11 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Continues through Aug. 9.
• Macbeth: See contributions of

7, at 207 Wilson Hall, Rochester.
(248) 377-3300, www.mbtheatre.
com .

several Wayne State University
Hilberry Theater alums to the
Shakespearean drama through
Aug. 9. Shows: 8 p.m. Thursdays-
Saturdays, 7 p.m. Sundays.
Purchase tickets ($15): www.
waterworkstheatre.com . Free on

Anticipate beautiful music per-
formed by Detroit Symphony
Orchestra led by Maestro
Leonard Slatkin (Weekend 1) or
Resident Conductor Thomas
Wilkins (Weekend 2) during

Sundays for up to two children
under age 18 with adult ticket
purchase. (248) 399-3727.

Find more laughs at Kwame
a River Part 2: The Wrath of
Conyers, a new sketch show
coming to Andiamo Novi Theatre,
42705 Grand River. Previews: 7
and 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, and
8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2. Opening
night: 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6.
The production picks up with
Kwame Kilpatrick, the hip-hop

mayor, out of jail and living in
exile in Texas. In his absence, the
unpredictable Monica Conyers

has become president of Detroit
City Council. Tickets ($15 or
$20) through Dec. 31: (248) 348-
4448, www.ticketmaster.com .

Concerts

"Summer Nights at Meadow
Brook Music Festival" on the
campus of Oakland University,
Rochester Hills. Tickets: (313)
576-5111, (248) 377-8601.

Schedule, including featured
guest artists:
• Tchaikovsky Spectacular:

Violinist Karen Gomyo, 8 p.m.
Saturday, July 25.
• Gershwin Galore: Pianist

Jeffrey Siegel , 7:30 p.m. Sunday,
July 26.
• Big Band Bash: A 100th

birthday celebration honoring
American jazz musician Benny
Goodman with the Dave Bennett
Sextet, 8 p.m. Friday, July 31.
• All-Beethoven: Violinist Ilya

Kaler, 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1.
• Musical Magic: Children's favorites
at matinee, 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2.

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