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Why I Walk for

FINDING FAMILY

YOM HASHOAH OBSERVED

1:30 pm. Jewish Genealogical Society of
Michigan members Jonathan Haber, Richard
Jaeger and Alexandra Goldberg will share
individual successes and research tips
at Farmington Hills Library Main Branch,
32727 W.12 Mile in Farmington Hills. Free.
RSVP preferred: www.jgsmi.org .

7 pm. Service of learning and remembrance
has candle-lighting ceremony and participa-
tion of T'filah Teens, violinist Jordan Broder
and high school students at Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield Twp. Barbara, 248-851-1100,
ext. 3149.

JEWISH FOLK DANCING

3-5 pm All ages, at all levels of knowl-
edge or ability, may drop by to dance at
Downtown Synagogue,1457 Griswold,
Detroit 48226. $7. srskully@comcast.net .

1938 JEWISH FILM

5 pm. Prof. Howard Lupovitch screens and
leads discussion of The Jews of Poland,
footage from 1938, at Cong. Beth Ahm in
West Bloomfield. Polish-Jewish filmmakers
Yitzhak and Shaul Goskind shot 10-minute
documentaries of Jewish communities in
Poland-Vilna, Warsaw, Bialystok, Lvov and
Krakow. $10. RSVP: 248-851-6880.

MUSIC FOR TKA RABBI

7 pm. 25 Live! with performers Craig
Taubman and Josh Nelson at Berman Center
for Performing Arts, West Bloomfield JCC.
Concert celebrates silver anniversary of
Temple Kol Ami's Rabbi Norman Roman
and his 36 years in the rabbinate. $36, $25
student. Purchase advance: $25 and $18,
respectively: cheryl@tkolami.org or 248-
661-040.

ADD FOCUS

7:30-9 pm. CHADD (Children & Adults with
ADD) of Eastern Oakland County presents
lecture, "Cyber Junkie: Escaping the Gaming
and Internet Trap," at Way Elementary
School, 765 W. Long Lake Road east of
Telegraph in Bloomfield Hills. $5 for non-
member families. www.chadd.net/527 or
248-988-6716.

TUESDAY, MAY 3

SHRED YOUR PAPERS

Noon-3 pm. A recycling truck will shred
unneeded/unwanted papers, with container
returned, at Tikvah Hadassah Group's
"Spring Cleaning" paper recycling event at
Davidson Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard
Lake Road in West Bloomfield. Cardboard,
plastic bags or boxes not accepted.
Hadassah: greaterdetroit@hadassah.org or
248-683-5030.

MONDAY, MAY 2

JET SPEAKER

AIPAC FUNDRAISER

Noon. Masada and Sharon Hadassah Groups
present David Magidson, artistic director
of Jewish Ensemble Theatre, at Hadassah
House, 5030 Orchard Lake Road in West
Bloomfield. $8 includes lunch, guests wel-
come. RSVP by April 29 to 248-683-5030.

7 pm. Community program on theme, "One
Conflict, Two Lenses: Understanding the
Middle East," at Suburban Collection (for-
merly Rock Financial Showplace), 46100
Grand River in Novi. Elliott Abrams, Aaron
David Miller and Howard Kohr scheduled
to speak. $54 includes dessert reception.
Advance RSVP required: www.aipac.org/
michigan or Patty, pkohn@aipac.org and
312-253-8982.

Noon-1:30 pm. First session of FedEd
lunch-and-learn course, "The Art and Artists
of Israel," with Israeli art historian Noga
Bernstein at Fisher Federation Building,
6735 Telegraph in Bloomfield Township.
Looking at first 100 years of art in Israel,
she will discuss how the changes have
reflected Israeli society. Meets five Mondays
through June 6 (but not on Memorial Day).
$85. jewishdetroit.org/feded or 248-205-
2557.

MARC CHAGALL FILM

1 pm. Documentary, Homage to Chagall:
The Colors of Love (88 min.), at Oak Park
JCC. Program for Holocaust Survivors and
Families presents 1976 film on DVD. Free.
248-967-4030.

JET GALA

6 pm. Guests can go "Backstage at the
Berman" Performing Arts Center at West
Bloomfield JCC, where several Jewish
Ensemble Theatre plays will be produced
next season. $75 and higher, includes stroll-
ing dinner catered by Matt Prentice. RSVP:
www.jettheatre.org or 248-788-2900.

"We're going to Walk for Israel to honor our Jewish

heritage, affirm our bond to the Holy Land, and so our children,

and our children's children, will enjoy a fruitful and secure

Jewish State. We encourage other Jewish families, young and

old, to join us in showing support on Sunday, May 15th."

-The Sherman Family

For more information, please visit www.walkforisrael.org

TAP DANCING FOR KIDS

4:30-5:15 pm. First session of "Tappy
Feet," series for ages 5-7 at Oak Park JCC.
Choreographer Debra Carus teaches basic
tap techniques through June 14. $80/ $65
JCC member. 248-967-4030.

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WOMAN'S WORLD

9 am-4 pm. Patti Stanger of Millionaire
Matchmaker delivers luncheon key-
note address at Cong. Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. Sisterhood's annual Lois Linden
Nelson Woman's World also includes raffle
prizes, boutique shopping and Woman
of Valor Award presentation to Doreen
Hermelin. www.shaareyzedek.org or 248-
357-5544.

SAY KNOW TO JUDAISM

Noon. Partners in Torah presents Rabbi Tzvi
Muller's new lunch-and-learn series of "Just
Say 'Know' to Judaism" lectures at West
Bloomfield JCC. Theme: "Dollars and Sense:
Understanding the Value of Tzedakah,"
Wednesdays through May 25. $18 for four
lectures/$7 each, includes lunch. www.just-
sayknowtojudaism.com or 248-583-2476.

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