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2011-2012 Season Opening Concerts

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Chamber Music Society

OF DETROIT

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

School, 765 W. Long Lake Road, Bloomfield
Hills. Parent Group: Dr. Fran Parker on
"Working Collaboratively with the Schools
to Create a Success Plan" and teacher/
author Harriet Green on "Homework
Issues." Adult Group: Dr. Arthur L. Robin on
"Marriage, Relationships and AD/HD." Free
for member; $5 donation per family. www.
chadd.net/527 or (248) 988-6716.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 13

HISTORY FILM

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

1 pm. Film, The Jewish Brigade, facilitated
by Joe Tazelaar at Oak Park JCC. 248-967-
4030.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL

1-2:30 pm. Community invited to social-
ize with Institute for Retired Professionals
members during ice cream social at Oak
Park JCC. Entertainment theme: "Music
That Is Timeless," featuring Bill Rolnick.
Free. Sharon, 248-967-4030, ext. 2018.

Sepieinlwu 10, 8 PAI

Salm

James Ehnes, Violin
Andrew Armstrong, Piano

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

CAREGIVERS' SUPPORT

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, Southfield. Free.
RSVP: Dorothy, 248-233-4392.

ALBOM AT LIBRARY

2 pm. Detroit Free Press writer/author/play-
wright Mitch Albom speaks and signs cop-
ies of his book, Have A Little Faith: A True
Story, in Southfield Public Library Meeting
Room, 26300 Evergreen. Program repeated
at 7. Free admission. akabel@southfieldli-
brary.org or Anne, 248-796-4381.

CLASSICAL MUSIC

2 pm. "Musical Adventures" series contin-
ues with facilitator Fabs Kaldobsky at Oak
Park JCC. 248-967-4030.

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

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14

STUDY MAIMONIDES

Saturday, Scptembei 17, 8 PN1

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

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

TICKETS:

BY PHONE

ONLINE:

S43 - S75, students S25
248-855-6070

www.ComeHearCMSD.org

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

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September 8 2011

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10:40-11:35 am. Community welcome
at weekly study sessions focused on
Maimonides' Introduction to the Mishnah
(available from Amazon.com ) at Cohn-
Haddow Center for Judaic Studies, 2311
FAB, on Wayne State University campus,
Detroit. Led by WSU Prof. Claude Schochet,
participants will read selections from the
original text (in Hebrew or English) and then
discuss. Free. Questions: Claude, clsmath®
gmail.com or 248-763-6098. RSVP: 313-
577-2679.

LUNCH & LEARN

Noon. Bring a brown bag lunch to Rabbinic
Associate Keren Alpert's lecture, "Open
up the Gates!," preparing for the High
Holidays, at Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Twp.
Repeated 7 pm Thursday. Free. Registration:
TBE Religious School: 248-865-0612.

SENIORS' CONCERT

1 pm. Performance by pianist Rachel Kis
and cellist Fania Kutic at Cong. Shaarey

Zedek, Southfield. CSZ Seniors welcome
community. Free. Gail, 248-357-5544.

MEMORY CLUB

1:30 pm. Ronnie Berman leads
brainteasers for seniors at Oak Park
JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.

PSYCHIC SPEAKS

7 pm. Mitzvah, Amit, Ruach and Kulanu
(MARK) Hadassah groups present speaker
Laura Berlin, psychic/spiritual counselor, at
Davidson Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard
Lake Road, West Bloomfield. No read-
ings. Send $8 check, payable to Hadassah,
to Lisa Kaplan, 6823 Post Oak Dr., West
Bloomfield, MI 48322. Lisa, 248-321-8476;
Robin, 248-763-9380.

THURSDAY, SEPT.. 15

MAKE JEWELRY

9:30-11 am. Rifcah Krolikowski teaches
monthly class at Oak Park JCC. $30 for
10 sessions/$15 for JCC member. She
leads arts and crafts on other Thursdays.
Schedule: 248-967-4030.

OPEN GYM

10 am.-noon. Parents can socialize while
their preschool age and younger chil-
dren play in the "Muscle Room," indoor
playground at Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills. Free; beverages and
snacks provided. Franki, fbagdade®gmail.
corn; Stacey, staceylevine@)hotmail.

COM.

LUNCH & MOVIE

Noon. Lunch precedes 1 pm movie,
Arranged (90 min.) at Oak Park JCC.
Program only: $1. Lunch: $3, pre-pay by
Sept. 13. 248-967-4030.

TAKE BUS TO GEM

2 pm. Take in matinee performance of
musical, Daddy Long Legs, at the Gem
Theatre, Detroit. Travel by bus with the
JCC's Active Life Dept. from either West
Bloomfield or Oak Park JCC. $15/JCC
member has priority. RSVP: Rosa, 248-967-
4030, ext. 2012.

FRIDAY, SEPT, 16

RELIGION & POLITICS

10:45 am-12:30 pm. Robert Sedler, law
professor at Wayne State University, will
speak on "Religion, Politics and American
Foreign Policy in the Middle East" at Oak
Park JCC. Second program in Institute for
Retired Professionals' Fall Mini-Series. $3/
free for IRP member. No RSVP needed.
Sharon, 248-967-4030, ext. 2018.

USED BOOK SALE

7-9 pm. Preview books with $10 Friends'
membership, Southfield Public Library,
26300 Evergreen. Regular hours: 9 am-5
pm Saturday. Noon-5 pm Sunday ($5 bag
day). Free admission. rckbird@sbcglobal.net
or Robin, 248-851-0463.

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