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2011-2012 Season Opening Concerts

Chamber Music Society

button. Drop-ins also welcome. Ruth, 248-
538-9260.

OF DETROIT

WALK OF AGES

of Oz at West Bloomfield JCC. Students will
be taught and asked to sing "Ding Dong the
Witch is Dead." Questions/pre-registration:
Mitch, mmaster@frankelja.org .

9 am. Register, warm up at 9:30 with local
celebrities and start community walk at 10
on Applebaum Jewish Community Campus,
West Bloomfield. Auxiliary for Jewish Senior
Life fundraiser will support programs and
services for older adults. Day includes pet-
ting zoo, face painting, games and prizes,
train rides and program commemorating
10th anniversary of 9-11 by the Jewish War
Veterans. $18 for choice of 3K or 5K route.
jslmi.org or Judy: 248-661-2969.

6:30 pm. Eleanor Roosevelt Hadassah
Group presents "A Taste of Hadassah," an
introduction to the women's Zionist orga-
nization with former Chapter presidents
Annette Meskin and Arline Gould, at home
of Fran Heicklen, 72747 Autumn Hill, West
Bloomfield. No charge for hors d'oeuvres
and dessert. RSVP: blewis14140@gmail.com
or Jackie, 248-661-8485.

HELLO, HADASSAH

BEREAVEMENT GROUP

MUSLIMS IN THE WEST

9:30-11 am. Rabbi Rachel Shere and social
worker Rebecca Hayman facilitate monthly
bereavement support group, "Healing
from Loss," at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. Free. Questions: rshere®
adatshalom.org .

7 pm. Constitution and Citizenship Day
Lecture in Partrich Auditorium of Wayne
State University (WSU) Law School, 471
West Palmer, Detroit. Prof. Saeed Kahn of
the WSU Dept. of Classical and Modern
Languages, Literature and Cultures, will
speak on "Cultural Anxiety, Collective
Identity: Muslims and Citizenship in the
United States and Western Europe."
Presented by Center for the Study of
Citizenship. Free. Details: m.kruman®wayne.
edu or 313-577-2593.

BETH EL PICNIC

10 am-1 pm. Annual picnic will offer games,
music and food on grounds of Temple Beth
El, Bloomfield Twp. Community welcome
without charge. No RSVP needed. Barbara:
248-851-1100, ext. 3149.

GENEALOGY PANEL

11 a.m. Highlights from this summer's
international conference on Jewish
genealogy will be shared at Holocaust
Memorial Center, 28123 Orchard Lake
Road, Farmington Hills. $5/free for Jewish
Genealogical Society of Michigan members.
www.jgsmi.org/calendar.

MONDAY, SEPT. 12

18 ESSENTIAL TEXTS

7:30 pm. "18 Texts Every Jew Should
Know," a Monday night adult education
course through December, returns to Hillel
Day School, 32200 Middlebelt, Farmington
Hills. Instructor is Rabbi Joseph Krakoff of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield. Free, but
RSVP: Karen, kdavis@shaareyzedek.org or
248-357-5544.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 13

'TOTS AT SEA'

10-10:45 am. Akiva Hebrew Day School
invites toddlers and their moms to get com-
fortable with water during women's swim
time in Oak Park JCC pool. Seven-week
series. $70/ $56 for Akiva or JCC member.
RSVP: Judy, 248-967-4030, ext. 2030.

USING A COMPUTER

10 am-noon. Oak Park JCC offers seniors
a three-part class, through Sept. 27, with
instructor Mike Wilson. He will teach from
his step-by-step, large-print, take-home
book Help! I Have a Computer and I Don't
Know What To Do Next! $25 per class;
includes book. 248-967-4030.

OPERA PREVIEW

8 pm. Preview of Michigan Opera Theater
season at Berman Center program in West
Bloomfield JCC. $35/$25 JCC member.
www.jccdet.org or 248-661-1900.

"Effusively lyrical...
hair-raisingly virtuosic"
—The Guardian

Saturday, September ID, 8 PM

James Ehnes, Violin
Andrew Armstrong, Piano

FEATURING SONATAS BY BEETHOVEN AND ELGAR
PLUS VIRTUOSO WORKS BYTARTINI AND PAGANINI.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14

WOMEN'S GRANTS LUNCH

9:30 am-12:30 pm. Jewish Women's
Foundation will install officers and present
2011 grant awards at luncheon (dietary laws
followed) at Birmingham Community House,
380 S. Bates. Community welcome. $25.
RSVP by Sept. 9: katz@jfmd.org or 248-
203-1483.

CHARITY GOLF EVENT

11:30 am. Proceeds from Dr. Arnold Zuroff
Memorial Golf Outing and Dinner will help
nonprofit Jewish Dental Clinic of Metro
Detroit to keep providing free dental care
to families in need. Registration and lunch
prior to 1 pm shotgun start at Beacon Hill
Golf and Banquet Center, Commerce Twp.
Also, cocktails at 5:30 and dinner at 6.
$180; sponsorship packages available for
two, four or six players. Larry,
Ischon@sbcglobal.net or 248-514-7082.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 15

APPLE PICKING

9:30 am-2 pm. Preschool-aged children
invited to join the Early Childhood Center
of Akiva Hebrew Day School for trip to
Spicer Orchards Farm Market and Cider Mill,
Fenton. Pick apples, go on a hayride, eat a
picnic lunch, munch on doughnuts and apple
cider and visit petting farm. $5 child. RSVP
preferred: Lisa, 248-386-1625, ext. 233.

'OZ' TRYOUTS

4-5:30 pm. Jewish students in the com-
munity, ages 8-14, may audition for Frankel
Jewish Academy's production of The Wizard

"[Ehnes is] one of the
most gifted and sincerely
expressive artists to have
emerged in recent times."
—London DailyTelegraph

...one of the
best-blended,
most sensitive
and intelligent
piano trios in the
world today."
—New York Times

Saturday, September 17, 8 PM

Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio
with Michael Tree, Viola
and Harold Robinson, Bass

FEATURING SCHUBERT'S GREAT "TROUT" QUINTET
PLUS WORKS BY BEETHOVEN AND ZWILICH

ONLINE:

Much To Do! on page 32

TICKETS:

$43 - $75, students $25

BY PHONE:

248-855-6070

www.ComeHearCMSD.org

SELIGMAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
22305 WEST 13 MILE ROAD IN BEVERLY HILLS

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