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TUESDAY, APRIL 19

YAD BINGO WITH SENIORS

'PRAY & PLAY ON PESACH'

10:30 am. Megan Topper and Jodi Schaefer
lead holiday program for ages 2-7 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. Free. RSVP:
Karen, kdavis@shaareyzedek.org or 248-
357-5544, ext. 60.

6:30 pm. Bingo night for seniors, a mitzvah
initiative of Federation's YAD, welcomes
other young adults to play at Fleischman
Residence, 6710 W. Maple in West
Bloomfield. RSVP: www.thisisfederation.org
or 248-642-4260.

THE SHUL SEDER

WARSAW GHETTO EVENT

7:30 pm. RSVP now for "Mystical Insights
and Songs," a gourmet Passover seder
at the Shul-Chabad Lubavitch in West
Bloomfield. $45 adult, $25 child. www.
theshul.net or 248-788-4000.

B'NAI MOSHE SEDER

COURTYARD

Atarnott

Wishing our patrons and the community
a Happy Passover

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6:45 pm. Led by Rabbi Pachter and Cantor
Berris. $39; children ages 4-12, $21. RSVP
248-788-0600.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20

BOOK REVIEW

7 pm. Little Bee by Chris Cleave at West
Bloomfield Public Library, 4600 Walnut
Lake Road. Free. www.wblb.org or (248)
682-2120.

PARENT-TODDLER CLASS

9:30-11 am Continuing series of classes
for children up to age 3 led by Rena Cohen
at Yeshivat Akiva, 21100 W.12 Mile in
Southfield. $15/session. RSVP: Lisa, 248-
386-1625, ext. 233.

GLASS EXHIBIT

CONVERSATION CAFE

2 p.m. Eclectic mix of cultural topics
and current events with Rabbi Steven
Rubinstein of Cong. Beth Ahm at weekly
Conversation Cafe at Barnes & Noble
Booksellers, 6800 Orchard Lake Road in
West Bloomfield. 248-626-6804.

KOSHER BUFFET

5:30-7:30 pm. By Mimi Markosky and Elite
Kosher Catering at Cong. B'nai Moshe in
West Bloomfield. $30; children ages 5-11,
$18. RSVP: 248-788-0600.

CANCER SURVIVORS

6-7:30 pm. Survivorship University of
Karmanos presents "Cancer Survivors:
Understanding Your Rights as an Employee"
at American Cancer Society, 20450 Civic
Center Drive in Southfield. Free. RSVP:
www.karmanos.org or 800-527-6266.

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April 14 - 2011

BOOK REVIEW

10 a.m. Little Bee by Chris Cleave at West
Bloomfield Public Library, 4600 Walnut
Lake Road. Free. www.wblb.org or 248-682-
2120.

USSR SHOAH SURVIVORS

LUNCH & OPERA MOVIE

To learn more about the affordable, worry-free lifestyle at
Fox Run, call 1-800-306-9985 for your free 25 page
Guide to Erickson Living® at Fox Run.

FRIDAY, APRIL 22

11 am. Ukrainian-born, Jewish psychologist
Marina Shafran lectures in English, "Why
Russian Jewish Survivors Have Not Talked:
Why Have We Not Asked?" at Holocaust
Memorial Center, Zekelman Family Campus,
28123 Orchard Lake Road in Farmington
Hills. She will address the treatment of
the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union,
as well as focus on individual accounts of
Soviet mistreatment of Jews after WWII.
Free. 2:30 pm. Shafran lectures in Russian,
"The Importance of Russian Jewish
Testimonies... Before It Is Too Late," at Oak
Park JCC. Free. Holocaustchild@comcast.
net or 248-932-1834.

Noon. Lunch begins followed by movie at
1, at Oak Park JCC. $1: movie only. $2.75:
lunch. Paid order for lunch, not refundable,
due by April 19: 248-967-4030.

Helen, it's people like you who make Fox Run the most popular
address for vibrant retirement living in Novi. Thanks for all the
ways you contribute to our community and the world around you!

TALENT SHOW

7:30 pm. Audience will decide who gets
prize for best impersonations, martial arts,
singing, playing musical instruments, danc-
ing, juggling, gymnastics, ventriloquism
and dialects, at Magenta Giraffe Theatre
Company,1515 Broadway in downtown
Detroit. Admission by donation. frannie@
magentagiraffe.org or 313-408-7269.

THURSDAY, APRIL 21

8 am opens. Glassworks by Sharon Frankel
and other artists at "Toledo Studio Art
Glass: New Generations," daily through May
12, at Alfred Berkowitz Gallery, third floor
of Mardigian Library, at UM-Dearborn, 4901
Evergreen. Free. 313-593-5087.

Congratulations to Fox Run community member Helen Weingarden
for being named Volunteer of the Year by Jewish Senior Life.

7-9 pm. Readings, a candle lighting and
music at Oak Park-based Workmen's Circle/
Arbeter Ring's annual observance, now
in partnership with Holocaust Memorial
Center, at Zekelman Family Campus, 28123
Orchard Lake Road in Farmington Hills.
Free. micircle1@gmail.com or 248-432-
5677.

SATURDAY, APRIL 23

CHILDREN'S PLAY

10 am. and 1 pm. Pre-K through grade
4 invited to Click, Clack, Moo, a Meadow
Brook Theatre Children's Series show, at
207 Wilson Hall on Oakland University cam-
pus in Rochester. $15. www.mbtheatre.com
or 248-377-3300.

The JN's Calendar compiled this week by
Esther Allweiss Ingber.

HOW TO SEND IN CALENDAR LISTINGS:
Send listings by noon Tuesday,
nine days prior to publication.
E-mail listings and questions to
calendar@thejewishnews.com .
For telephone inquiries, call
David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

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