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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-10-13

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Shwarma In The Sukkah
At Bais Chabad Center
Sara and Morris Tugman Bais Chabad
Torah Center in West Bloomfield hosts a
Sukkah Party, "Shwarma in the Sukkah."
Families are invited 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 17.
Young Adults are invited 7 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16.
RSVP at www.baischabad.com/suk-
kah, rabbishneur@baischabad.com or

(248) 865.1541.

JPI To Present
Sukkot Program
The Jewish Parents Institute will host
a Sukkot celebration 10:15 a.m.-12:30
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16, at Camp Ruth II at
the Jewish Community Center in West
Bloomfield. This free event is open to
the community.

Prior to 11:15 a.m., guests can help
build and decorate the sukkah and
enjoy craft and nature activities. From
11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. JPI will host a
service and a brunch.
For information, contact Marilyn
Wolfe at (248) 432-5471.

Sukkot Family Festival
In Birmingham Park
A Family Sukkot Festival will be held
in Shain Park, Birmingham, 4- 6 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 16. There is no charge.
A sukkah will be built. Attractions
include a magician, clown and carica-
turist. The festival will conclude with a
concert by Avy Schreiber.
For information, contact Rabbi
Boruch Cohen of the Birmingham-
Bloomfield Chai Center at bbchai.
rabbi@gmail.com or (248) 203-6721.

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October 13 • 2011

Myths And Mysteries
Of Judaism
Bais Chabad Torah Center, the Jewish
Federation of Metro Detroit and
the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute
(JLI) will present "Fascinating Facts:
Exploring the Myths and Mysteries of
Judaism." The six-session course will
begin the week of Nov. 6.
Rabbi Shneur
Silberberg of Sara and
Morris Tugman Bais
Chabad Torah Center
in West Bloomfield will
conduct the sessions at
his shul 11 a.m. Sunday
mornings starting Nov.
Rabbi Shneur
6 and at the Max Fisher
Federation Building 7
p.m. Thursdays starting
Nov. 10.
Like all JLI programs, this one is
designed to appeal to people at all
levels of Jewish knowledge, including
those without any prior experience
or background in Jewish learning. All
JLI courses are open to the public, and
attendees need not be affiliated with a
particular synagogue, temple or other
house of worship.
Interested students may call (248)
207-5513 or visit www.baischabad.com/
JLI. Cost is $80 (including textbook).

Temple Israel Treasures
Hosts the 'Piano Guy'
Have lunch with the Temple Israel
Treasures at Temple Israel noon
Wednesday, Oct. 26, followed by a per-
formance by Gary Rimar, the Piano Guy.
He will perform a mix of Yiddish and
secular music.
Cost is $12 for Temple Israel Treasure
members; $14 for others. Make reserva-
tions by Saturday, Oct. 22, to Beverly
Goldberg, (248) 788-2573.

JCC Library
Hosts Book Club
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Henry & Delia
Meyers Library and Media Center
will host its next book club noon
Wednesday, Oct. 26. The featured
book will be The Murderer's Daughters
by Randy Susan Meyers, which fol-
lows the lives of two girls after their
father is convicted of murdering their
mother. The facilitator will be Marilyn
Guests may bring their lunch; des-
sert and coffee will be provided.
The book club is free and open to
the community, but reservations are
requested to (248) 432-5546 or fmen-
ken@jccdet.org .

JCC Offers Teens
Fashion Opportunity
Are you ready to be the next Marc
The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Janice Charach
Gallery is hosting "Project Runway:
Detroit" for a limited number of high
school students in the Metro area.
This free program will meet for
about three hours once a week on
Sundays for eight weeks. A limited
number of students will be asked to
participate, and all meetings will take
place at the gallery, 6600 W. Maple Road
in West Bloomfield.
Each participant, with the help of a
fashion expert, will create a one-of-a-
kind item to be included at an exhibit
at the gallery this January.
There are no requirements other than
creativity, a passion for fashion and the
ability to sew — or wanting to learn how.
Interested candidates should contact
Gallery Director Terri Stearn at
tstearn@jccdet.org or (248) 432-5448.

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