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SATURDAY, JUNE 11
BEL CANTO CHOIR
HAVDALAH & MUSIC
7:30 pm. Marty Mandelbaum conducts
Jewish choir's annual concert at Oak Park
JCC. Free. 248-967-4030.
10 pm-1:30 am. Live music from a variety of
bands and a DJ will follow Havdalah service
at Downtown Synagogue, 1457 Griswold,
Detroit. firstname.lastname@example.org or
SUNDAY, JUNE 12
1 pm. Dairy potluck luncheon and election
of officers next for Jewish needle workers'
group at Spicer House in Heritage Park,
27300 Farmington Road, Farmington Hills.
MONDAY, JUNE 13
Noon-1 pm. Partners in Torah leads "Fact or
Fiction; The Sinai Revelation" at Downtown
Synagogue, 1457 Griswold, Detroit. Lunch
provided at no charge. 313-962-4047 or
LUNCH/LEARN OAK PARK
Noon-1 pm. The Active Life-COJAR pres-
ents speaker Rabbi Avy Cohen, director of
Partners in Torah, on "Proving the Divinity of
the Torah" at Oak Park JCC. $3; bring brown
bag lunch. 248-967-4030.
1 pm. Program for Holocaust Survivors and
Families presents Schmaltz Klezmer Band at
Oak Park JCC. 248-967-4030.
2-3:30 pm. Joe Tazelaar screens and facili-
tates discussion in Greenberg Suite at West
Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14
8:45 am-noon. JVS Prime Time! Life After
50 Center presents college admissions offi-
cers on "Re-careering Options" for 50 and
up, at Oak Park JCC. Free. RSVP: Marion,
email@example.com or 248-233-4274.
10-11:30 am. Children from birth to age 4
can be brought to Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
library in Southfield for story time, crafts
and indoor/outdoor play. Tuesday sessions
through June 28. Free. Karen, 248-357-5544,
ext. 60 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
2 pm. Fabs Kaldobsky presents his monthly
"Musical Adventures" series at Oak Park JCC.
Though Aug. 4. Classes for adults and chil-
dren taught in Hebrew to improve conversa-
tional skills. Choose from: singing, Bible con-
test preparation (grades 6-12 only), ulpan and
cooking, held at varying times on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays or Thursdays at 25560 Filmore
Place, Southfield. Instructor Libat Aviv heads
Hebrew Dept. at Yeshivat Akiva. 248-996-
9072 or email@example.com .
1:30-3:30 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown
Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
of Jewish Senior Life offers support group
for caregivers of older adults, held at JVS,
29699 Southfield Road in Southfield. Free.
RSVP: Dorothy, 248-233-4392.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15
JCC BOOK CLUB
10 am. Lunch & Literature Book Club looks at
Drawing in the Dust by Rabbi Zoe Klein at West
Bloomfield JCC. Author calls in. Bring lunch;
dessert, coffee provided. RSVP: Francine,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-432-5546.
10 am-4 pm/6-9 pm. Visit private gardens
during Franklin Garden Club event at Franklin
Gazebo, Franklin Road between 13 and 14
Mile. Also, Artisan Market, 9 am-4 pm. Walk:
$12; $10 in advance. 248-851-1066 or www.
1 pm. Violinist Henrik Karapetyan and pianist
Yevgenia Karapetyan play classical, pop and
Jewish music for Seniors Group and friends at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield. Free. Janet,
email@example.com . Call Gail to arrange a
SENIORS' MEMORY CLUB
1:30 pm. Ronnie Berman presents brain
teasers in Room 205 at West Bloomfield JCC.
Drop by with a bathing suit and towel for
playtime Thursdays through June 30. Free.
Non-members welcome. Karen, 248-357-
5544, ext. 60, or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Ambassadors senior group at Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield Township. $12. RSVP by June
17: Doris, 248-352-5882; Betty, 248-476-
LUNCH & CONCERT
Noon. Lunch followed by 1 pm concert featur-
ing opera singer Del Grebe and a harmonica
player at Oak Park JCC. Concert only: $1.
Pre-paid lunch: $3, due by June 14: 248-967-
7:30 pm. StandWithUs-Michigan presents
Israeli investigative journalist David Bedein
and documentary For the Sake of Nakba, at
Temple Israel in West Bloomfield. Bedein,
director of Center for Near East Policy
Research, addresses anti-Israel education in
U.S.-funded Palestinian schools. Co-sponsors:
B'nai B'rith, Hadassah, Jewish CRC, NCJW,
ZOA, Holocaust Memorial Center. Free. RSVP
by June 20: Michelle, michelle@temple-Israel.
org or 248-661-5700.
2-4 pm. Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish
Community Adult Day Care Program of
Jewish Senior Life holds monthly support
group for caregivers of individuals with
Alzheimer's Disease or a related diagnosis,
held at Fleischman Residence/Blumberg
Plaza, 6710 W. Maple, West Bloomfield. Free.
RSVP: Fran, 248-592-5032.
7 pm. Discuss Grand River and Joy by
Detroit native Susan Messer at new book
club offered at Downtown Synagogue, 1457
Griswold, Detroit 48226. Schedule: www.
downtownsynagogue.org or 313-962-4047.
FRIDAY, JUNE 17
LUCKY IN CANADA
10:15 am-5:30 pm. Greater Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah plans trip to Caesar's Windsor
Casino. $30, includes bus transportation,
$10 in coins and a musical "Motown Review."
RSVP required ASAP: 248-683-5030.
11 am-noon. Monthly playgroup for children
from birth through age 2 1/2 at Temple Israel,
West Bloomfield. Also meets July 15 and Aug.
19. RSVP: email@example.com or 248-
A FUNNY LADY
6:45 pm. Humorist Estelle Seltzer entertains
Glennwood ORT members and friends at Echo
Valley Condominiums Clubhouse, 27511 E.
Echo Valley, Farmington Hills. $3. RSVP: Etta,
SATURDAY, JUNE 18
9 am. Women will lead 31st annual
Sisterhood Shabbat service at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. sisterhood@
shaareyzedek.org or 248-357-5544, ext.
June 9 2011
11 am. Professional genealogist Karen
Franklin, guest curator at Museum of
Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the
Holocaust (NYC), addresses annual meeting
of Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan
at the Holocaust Memorial Center, 28123
Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills. She will
describe research techniques used to return
Nazi-era art to its rightful owners. $25. RSVP
by June 19: www.jgsmi.org . HMC: (248) 553-
2400, ext. 16.
DETROIT BIKE & BREW
Noon-2:30 pm. Hillel of Metro Detroit offers
the Motor City on two wheels with a tour
guide. Free with your own bike or $10 to rent
from Wheelhouse Detroit, 1340 E. Atwater,
Detroit. 3-5:30 pm. Chill with friends, age
18 and older, at Motor City Brewing Works,
470 W. Canfield, Detroit. RSVP by June 22:
firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen, 313-
TBD. League play starts on Belle Isle for
eight weeks, plus playoffs. $750 team; $80
TUESDAY, JULY 5
SUNDAY, JUNE 19
NEW PLAYS - ANN ARBOR
8 pm. Opening night for Fireside Festival
of New Works, different plays staged
nightly at 8 through Wednesday, June 22,
at Performance Network,120 E. Huron, Ann
Arbor 48104. Features previously unpro-
duced, full-length scripts by playwrights with
a Michigan connection. Schedule/tickets:
www.performancenetwork.org or 734-663-
TIGER COLLEGE NIGHT
7 pm. Catch Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland
baseball on special night for college students
at Comerica Park, Detroit. Details/RSVP:
LOOTED JEWISH ART
SATURDAY, JULY 2
CANCER & RELATIONSHIPS
6-7 pm. Survivorship University lecture
by social worker Ellen Yashinsky-Chute at
Jewish Family Service, 6555 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield. Free. www.karmanos.org or 800-
SUNDAY, JUNE 26
TBD. League play starts on Belle Isle for
eight weeks, playoffs. $200 team; $85 per-
son. email@example.com .
JN calendar by Esther Allweiss Ingber
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THURSDAY, JUNE 16
TUESDAY, JUNE 21
MUSIC FOR SENIORS
For telephone inquiries, call
Noon. Pianist Doris Hall and violinist Gail
Slanaker perform at installation-luncheon of
David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.
10-11:30 am. Children up to age 4 can cool
off at Cong. Shaarey Zedek in Southfield.