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A Family Diner

Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

CALENDAR

Calendar from page 41

MasterCard

(248) 682-3400

To Do!

4170

Orchard Lake Rd.
(near Pontiac Trail)
Orchard Lake, MI 48323
Monday - Sunday
Tam - I Opm

One Acts Festival

Shake off the blues at the One Acts

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Festival, organized by TLC Productions,

8-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jan.
21-22, and 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 23,

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at Village Theater at Cherry Hill, 50400

Cherry Hill in Canton 48187. Each show

offers six one-act plays, including Mark
Harvey Levine's The Rental and Lorin

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Howard's Uncomfortable Sex, which

has Jewish characters. $10. ticprod.

Buy any bottle of wine for 1/2 off the regular price*
with purchase of two full course dinners
(cannot combine with any other offers)

$5.00 off

burs open Monday — Friday at 10:30 a.m. I Saturday and Sunday at 1:00

Private party rooms • Full bar • Children's menu

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Weddings

Birthdays

Bar/Bat Mitzvahs

Showers

Reunions Anniversaries

Etc

WE CATER AT MOST SYNAGOGUES,
TEMPLES, HOTELS AND THE HALLS OF YOUR
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CLASSIC CUISINE

Approved by Council
of Orthodox Rabbis

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Come prepared for Jumpn & Jivin', a musi-
cal open gym experience for babies through
age 4, attending with an adult, 10-11:30 a.m.
Thursdays, through Jan. 27, at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. Free. Megan:
mtopper@shaareyzedek.org or (248) 357-
5544, ext. 43.

Take youngsters, toddler-age and older, to
Kids Corner on Saturdays, at Young Israel
of Southfield. www.yisouthfield.org or (248)
358-0154.

37646 West 12mile at Halsted Farmington Hills
248-994-4000 www.antoniosrestaurants.com

Banquets

394-5300.

congregation follows. Details Nina: (248) 851-
6880, ext. 25 or nrosenblum@cbahm.org .

With purchase of 2 full course dinners • Specials not included,
dine in only • Mon-thurs only
Excludes holidays • Expires 1/31/11

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Mark Harvey Levine

Farmington Hills

The JN's To Do! Calendar compiled this week
by Esther Allweiss lngber.

Parents and athletes, meet coaches and
receive a tryout schedule at information
meeting for JCC Maccabi Games 4:30 p.m.
Sunday, Jan. 9, at West Bloomfield JCC. The
games, open to Jewish teens, will be Aug.
14-19 in Philadelphia and Springfield, Mass.
Details from Karen: kgordon@jccdet.org or
(248) 432-5482.

Smile while watching Firebird, a rod pup-
pet show based on a Russian folktale, 2
p.m. Saturdays, Jan. 8-29, at Igor Gozman's
PuppetART Theater, 25 E. Grand River in
Detroit. Tickets: $5 children, $10 adults, and
$8 for optional puppetry workshop follow-
ing the show. www.puppetart.org or (313)
961-7777.

Parents and caregivers, bring children up to
age 3 to "Ema Sc Me," programming led by
Rena Cohen. Six-week series offers creative
movement, crafts, projects, gross motor
activities and socializing with other families.
9:30-11 a.m. Wednesdays, Jan.12-Feb.16, at
Akiva Hebrew Day School, 21100 W.12 Mile in
Southfield. $65 for six weeks or $15 session.
www.akiva.org or (248) 366-1625, ext. 233.

Admire works of artist Marc Chagall at
children's gallery show 1-5 p.m. Sundays-
Thursdays, at Shalom Street Museum: The
Address for Jewish Discovery, inside West
Bloomfield JCC. There is a charge. www.sha-
lomstreetmuseum.org or (248) 432-5465.

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.

Hebrew Classes
In East Lansing
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in East
Lansing will offer a beginning Hebrew
class for adults at 7-7:50 p.m. on 10
Wednesdays beginning Feb. 2.
An Introduction to Judaism course
will be held 8-9:15 p.m. on the same
dates. Students will learn about Jewish
holidays, lifecycle events, philosophy,
theology and more. Both classes will
be taught by Rabbi Amy Bigman.
There is a fee. Registration is due by
Jan. 18. Contact Rabbi Amy Bigman,
(517) 351-3570.

Shul Food

LUNCH • MEETINGS • DINNER

The community is invited to the following event:

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January 6 • 2011

• Congregation Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield: Take part in a Tu b'Shevat program with
pizza and salad, sponsored by the Men's Club, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19. Rabbi
Steven Rubinstein will lead learning seder on the "New Year of the Trees," discussing how
Tu b'Shevat has become a focal point for Jewish environmental awareness in recent years.
Minyan follows at 7 p.m. Women and teens also welcome. $6. RSVP required by 4 p.m.
Jan. 18 to Steve: steviemand@sbcglobal.com or Marc: (248) 661-0416.

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