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March 25, 2010 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-25

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YOU'RE IN FOR
AN AWAKENING.

To Do!

--ALENDAR

Calendar from page 65

A groundbreaking fusion of

U-M Jewish Alumni
Visit Detroit Zoo

morality, sexuality &
rock n' roll like
no other musical
in years.

Join University of Michigan Hillel's

Association of Jewish Alumni for a "Day at

the Detroit Zoo" 10 a.m. Sunday, April 4, at

8450 W.10 Mile, Royal Oak. Free coloring,

crafts projects, family photographs and

kosher-for-Passover treats for visitors at

alumni tent, located by the wolverine exhibit

in the southwest corner of the Zoo. No cost

oto by Timo th Whi t -

to attend beyond regular zoo admission.

"BOLD, EXHILIRAT1NG AND
UNFORGETTABLE:!_meNew

Tony

York Times

Schedule a Special Play Date through
Temple Shir Shalom's Preschool: The
Learning Center, 10-11:30 a.m. Sunday,
March 28, at the Corners, 2075 Walnut
Lake Road, in West Bloomfield. Children
from six months through 6 years may
come with adult family members or
caregivers. Free; guests welcome RSVP
to Ilene: (248) 406-4255. www.shirsha-
lom.org .

Awards
includin g

BEST MUSICAi,

MATURESUBJECT MATTER

RSVP required for planning. Alison Sheren at

U-M Hillel: asheren@umaja.org or (734) 769-
0500, ext. 209.

Fisher Theatre • April 20—May - A • Tickets at Fisher Theatre box office,

Ticketmaster.com , 800.982-2787 & all ticketmaster outlets
Groups of 12+: 313.8711132 or email GroupSales@NederlanderDetroit.com
Info 313.8721000 • — BROADWAY IN DETROMCOM • springawakening.com

Enjoy a celebration of spring children's
concert with the brothers Gemini and
friends 1 p.m. Sunday, March 28, at
the Ark Coffeehouse, 316. S. Main, Ann
Arbor. $10. www.geminichildrensmusic.
com , (734) 763-TKTS or www.theark.org .

Grand opening of our West Bloomfield Location!
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Take "A Walk Through Jerusalem," an
interactive exhibit at the Shalom Street
museum, noon-5 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday, inside the West
Bloomfield JCC. Family and children-
centered activities are themed around
Israel's capital and the Old City's eight
gates. Admission charge. Details: (877)
Shalom-3.

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Mediterranean cuisine since 1999

Carr/ out /Catering /Dine in /restaurant

Grand opening special good thru Jan 20th, 2010

Buy One Sandwich get
-e second for Free

Buy one lunch or entree
at regular price
get the second for 1/2 off

Z-6540 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield • 248-855-6929

Come to Bais Chabad Torah Center for
"JM for KM: "Jewish Music for Kids
and Moms" led by Zeesy Silberberg,
Wednesdays in her home, 6231
Ramwyck Court, West Bloomfield. Music,
movement, drama and crafts.10:30-11:30
a.m. for infants and toddlers; 4:30-5:30
p.m. for ages 3-7. Charge. RSVP: zeesy®
baischabad.com .

Of equal or lesser value, not good
with any other offer Expires 04/10/10

Of equal or lesser value, not good with any other
offer. Exp 04/10/10 good for lunch or dinner

32748 Woodward Ave.
Royal Oak • 248-554-9881

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Divorce Support Group

Attend a six-week, non-sectarian divorce

support group for adults 7-8:30 p.m.

Tuesdays, beginning April 27, at the National

Council of Jewish Women/Space for Changing

Families office, 26400 Lahser, Suite 306,

Southfield. No charge, but donations are

appreciated. Co-facilitators: Jennifer Lopatin

and Cindy Goldman. Pre-registration required:

(248) 355-9936 or e-mail SPACE@ncjwgds.org .

HOW TO SEND IN CALENDAR LISTINGS:

Submit event listings to the Calendar
by our noon Tuesday deadline,
nine days prior to publication.
E-mail Calendar listings and questions to

calendar@thejewishnews.com .

For telephone inquiries, call

David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

Shul Food

The community is invited to the following events:

• Adat Shalom Synagogue, 29901 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills 48334: Synergy Shabbat

your TOTAL
food bill

- ANY TIME

Dinner: Dine together following services at 6:45 p.m. Friday, March 26. Magic show for
children at 8 while adults see performance at 8:15 of Eddie, a one-man play starring pro-

Dine in only

Not good with
any other offer

fessional actor Marvin Starkman. He and Bob Feinberg wrote script about President Harry

Truman and his lifelong Jewish friend, Eddie Jacobson. Dinner: $20 adult, $10 ages 3-12,

expires 0411 011 0

$48 per household. Contact for space availability: (248) 851-5100.

ew Seoul G ard en

• Congregation B'nai Moshe, 6800 Drake, West Bloomfield: Enjoy an American-style

Authentic Korean & Japanese Cuisine

Phone (248) 827-1600
www.newseoulgarden.com

66

March 25 • 2010

Open Daily

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Catering Available

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27566 Northwestern Hwy. ;t

Passover buffet 5:30-8 p.m. Thursday, April 1. $29 adult, $18 ages 5-11. Pre-paid reserva-
tions only to Elite Kosher Catering office at the shul: (248) 592-0200.

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