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Eric and Renee
Zacks, Asher, 4,
Micah, 2, and
Leah, 3 months,
Eric and Renee Zacks
have three beautiful
children, Asher, Micah
and Leah. They enjoy
taking walks and play-
ing at the playgrounds
in Huntington Woods.
The Zacks are members
of Congregation Beth
Shalom in Oak Park and
most enjoy the family atmosphere, the friendly congregants and Tot Shabbat services there.
As a family, the Zacks enjoy playing outside, spending time on the lake fishing and swimming,
and making and eating pancakes for breakfast!
BIKE RIDE MID-MICHIGAN
Sunday, July 18th, 9 a.m.
Lake Fenton High School, 4070
Lahring Road, Linden, Ml 48451
PLYMOUTH IN THE PARK
Friday, July 9-Sunday, July 11
The second largest art fair in the state,
artists from all over the country converge in
downtown Plymouth. Your kids could even
steal the show in the interactive family
theater. Times vary. Cost: Free admission.
For more information, (734) 454-1314.
Raise money and bike for MS! Route Length:
30 or 50 mile
Cost: First-time riders register for free or
$250 pledge required. Join Jaimee Wine's
team "Team Love4Meemers" or donate
directly on the MS web-
FAMILY NIGHT IN TROY
Saturday, July 10, 5 p.m.
Troy Community Center
Troy Community Center hosts
wallet-friendly activities like
parachutes, an inflatable castle,
open teen room and more.
Cost: $3.50/residents, $4.50/
non-residents. For more infor-
mation, (248) 524-3484.
Wednesday, July 21-
Saturday, July 24
Friday, July 16-Saturday,
Heritage Park, Canton
Ma 1- 2;
Canton hosts this fun shebang in Heritage
Park, with activities and entertainment
starting at 6 p.m., followed by the movie
Monsters vs. Aliens at dusk. Plus, you have
the option to camp overnight. Cost: $5/activ-
ities, $15/camp fee. For more information:
The Ann Arbor Summer
Art Fair transforms Ann
Arbor into an impres-
sive outdoor art festival
showcasing the best in
fine art and fine crafts. Fairgoers can also
enjoy lively street corner entertainment, art-
ists' demonstrations, children's activities and
the distinctive shops and restaurants of Ann
Arbor. The convenient Art Fair Shuttle with
two park-and-ride locations brings you into
the heart of the fair.
JULY 2010 IN SELECT THEATRES
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Grease: Sing-A-Long Is
Coming To Detroit On July 15
Fans across the country have "demanded"
GREASE: SING-A-LONG come to
their hometowns. As a result, the digi-
tally re-mastered film will expand to the
following additional cities: Houston,
Orlando, Phoenix, San Antonio, and
Detroit. These top five Demand it!® cities
will begin an exclusive run of the film on
Thursday, July 15.
The top five cities were selected based
on the results of an online poll sponsored
by Paramount Picture's Insurge, with fans
across the country "demanding" the
musical open in their city. Tickets
are available online at http://www.
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July 8 • 2010