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Much To Do!

USED BOOK SALE

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FR !DAY, JULY 8

CAREGIVERS' SUPPORT

OUTDOOR WORSHIP

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.

7 pm. "Reflections after Eastern Europe:
Lidice, Czech Republic," Rabbi Joseph
Klein's sermon at Temple Emanu-El, Oak
Park. Shabbat services Friday nights during
summer. Worship outside, weather permit-
ting. emanuel-mich.org or 248-967-4020.

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CURRENT EVENTS

2 pm. Linda Garfield facilitates in Room 205
at West Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.

TUESDAY, JULY 12

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10 am-8 pm Thursday; noon-5 pm Friday; 11
am-5 pm Saturday, July 7-9, at Southfield
Public Library, 26300 Evergreen. www.
librarybooksales.org or 248-796-4224.

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Also visit us in:

STREISAND MOVIE

1 pm. Program for Holocaust Survivors,
Families & Friends hosts DVD film, Yentl
(132 min.) at Oak Park JCC. Jewish girl
(Barbra Streisand) disguises herself as a
boy to enter religious training. Free. 248-
967-4030.

Clothing (especially children's wear) and
small appliances are sought for Cong. Beth
Ahm's rummage sale. Bring donations to the
shul before Aug. 3. Call 248-851-6880.

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SATURDAY, JULY 9

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10 am. Rabbi Rachel Shere leads Shabbat
Torah study, and also on July 16, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills. www.
adatshalom.org or 248-851-5100.

MUSICAL ADVENTURE

2 pm. Exploration of classical music with
Fabs Kaldobsky at Oak Park JCC. 248-967-
4030.

ZARZUELA OPERA

7-10 pm. Madrilena Bonita, interpreted
by Maria Jose Montiel, at Oak Park JCC.
Includes intermission, refreshments. Free.
248-967-4030.

PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW

Noon-4 pm. Opening reception for photog-
rapher Ralph Scheer's month-long exhibit at
the Novi Public Library, 45255 W.10 Mile.
Open to all. 248-421-5089.

CAMPFIRE HAVDALAH

7 pm. Cantor Darcie Sharlein, educator
Geoff Berdy and Rabbi Joseph Klein will
lead campfire singing after Havdalah service
at Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park. Fixings for
s'mores provided; bring a lawn chair.
emanuel-mich.org or 248-967-4020.

SUNDAY, JULY 10

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MONDAY, JULY 11

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Noon-1 pm. Goldie Silverstein on
"Reflections From Tehillim," presented by
the Active Life-COJAR, at Oak Park JCC.
$3/bring kosher lunch. 248-967-4030.

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SENIORS CONCERT

1 pm. Ben Opengeym, the one-man orches-
tra, presents program of classical, popular
and Jewish music at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Southfield. Free. Janet, 248-357-5544.

MEMORY CLUB

1:30 pm. Ronnie Berman tries brain teas-
ers with seniors in Room 205 at West
Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.

MIDDLE EAST SERIES

2:30-4 pm. "The New Middle East:
Challenges, Opportunities and Concerns"
is the first topic in Institute for Retired
Professionals' annual Kersh Lecture Series
at West Bloomfield JCC. History Prof.
Howard Lupovitch continues series, "Our
Current Problems and Current Dilemmas,"
on July 20 and 27. Free; open to all. IRP:
248-967-4030, ext. 2018.

Lawrence Tech students are employed within a month of graduating.

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7 pm. Israeli Scouts perform songs in
Rothstein Park, behind Oak Park JCC.
Sponsors: JCC, the Active Life, Jewish Senior
Life, Cong. Beth Shalom, Cong. T'chiyah,
Temple Emanu-El, Cong. Shir Tikvah, Shalom
Family. Free. 248-967-4030, ext. 2006.

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Noon-1 pm. Partners in Torah leads lunch
discussion, "From Mourning to Meaning:
Understanding the Dark Side of the Jewish
Calendar," about the 17th of Tammuz, Tisha
b'Av and the Three Weeks between, at
Downtown Synagogue, Detroit. Info: 313-962-
4047 or downtownsynagogue@gmail.com .

THURSDAY, JULY 14

CURRENT EVENTS

10:30 am. Discussion led by David Weiner at
Oak Park JCC. 248-967-4030.

LUNCH & CONCERT

Noon. Lunch followed by 1 pm concert
featuring Mark Edwards at Oak Park JCC.
Concert only: $1. Pre-paid lunch: $3, due by
July 12. 248-967-4030.

SURVIVORS TO GATHER

2-3 pm. Dr. Charles Silow, director of
Program for Holocaust Survivors and

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