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6 pm. Shabbat service incorporates melo-
dies of composer Shlomo Carlebach at Beth
Israel Congregation, 2000 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor. As offered at Shira Hadasha
Congregation in Jerusalem, this lay-led
service is traditional in feel, but with lively,
soulful singing. Transliterated prayer book
available. 734-665-9897.

SATURDAY, NOV. 12

SHABBAT 4 KIDZ

10:30 am. Families with young children
invited to service featuring Shabbat songs,
Torah games and stories at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Southfield. Free. Karen, 248-357-
5544, ext. 60, or kdavis@shaareyzedek.org .

preparations for a "Children's Chanukah
Table" and artist Andrea Anderson offers
a weaving demonstration. Facebook page:
Pomegranate Guild of Southeastern
Michigan or Judy, 248-661-5337.

INTERFAITH SERVICE

1-3:30 pm. Ethnic potluck followed by inter-
faith service, co-sponsored by Downtown
Synagogue of Detroit, at the Muslim Center,
1605 W. Davison, Detroit. RSVP: Rabbi Dorit
Edut, 248-543-4255.

JEWISH HUMOR

2:30 pm. Southfield-based Sholem
Aleichem Institute presents gentle wit of
Bernie Klein at West Bloomfield Township
Library, 4600 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. Free. Alva, 248-423-4406.

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MUSIC & ART

11 pm. Following Havdalah, Downtown
Synagogue in Detroit presents cultural
evening featuring DJ Mike M.E.D.O.W., Rabbi
Robert David, Art by Travis Galloway and
Rob G. www.downtownsynagogue.org or 313-
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November 10 • 2011

HONORING VETS

9 am. During morning service, designated
"Veteran's Shabbat," Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Southfield, will again honor congregants
who served in the armed forces. 248-357-
5544, ext. 46.

LUNCH & LEARN

Noon-1 pm. Partners in Torah provides
kosher lunch and discussion on "Genesis:
The Book of Giving" at Downtown
Synagogue, Detroit. Free. 313-962-4047 or
www.downtownsynagogue.org .

LUNCHTIME LEARNING

11:45 am-1 pm. RSVP by Nov.11 to attend
Rabbi Aaron Bergman's continuing lecture
series, "Shakespeare Writing About the
Jews; Jews Writing About Shakespeare," at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills.
For last session on Nov. 21, RSVP by Nov.
18. Bring parve lunch; beverage and dessert
provided. Sheila, slederman®adatshalom.
org or 248-851-5100, ext. 246.

OPERA MOVIE

1:30-3 pm. Joe Tazelaar presents Part 2 of
The Trojans by Berlioz in Greenberg Suite at
West Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.

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1-2 pm. Marshall Solomon, DPM, chair
of Botsford Hospital's Dept. of Podiatric
Medicine, presents tips about foot health
and accident prevention. Gather in Heritage
Park's Nature Center, 24725 Farmington
Road, Farmington Hills. Following is a
walk suitable for all fitness levels. Free.
Registration: 877-477-DOC1, option 1.

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STATE'S ECONOMY

9:30 am. Columnists Jack Lessenberry,
Metro Times, and Nolan Findley, Detroit
News, talk about Michigan's economic future
at Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park. Community
of Learners' program, "Michigan by the
Dashboard Lights." Free. 248-967-4020.

CURRENT EVENTS

10 am. Detroit Free Press columnist Brian
Dickerson will speak at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, Southfield. Free. Martha, 248-357-
5544, ext. 46, or mgoldberg®shaareyzedek.
org .

READ HEBREW

Noon. Hebrew reading course offered at
Cong. Beth Shalom, Oak Park, as part of the
National Jewish Outreach Program. New
students welcome. Free. 248-547-7970.

JEWISH CRAFTS

1 pm. Create Judaic-themed projects with
Pomegranate Guild at Spicer House in
Heritage Park, 24725 Farmington Road,
Farmington Hills. This month: continue

6:30 pm. Dr. Eric Mintz lectures twice this
week on safety of drugs typically prescribed
for treating ADHD. Tonight: Maple Orchard
Professional Building, 5640 W. Maple, Suite
300, West Bloomfield. Tuesday:12:30 pm at
Beaumont Hospital Center, Room 310, 6900
Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield. Free.
RSVP required: 248-862-2202.

CANCER CAREGIVERS

7-8:30 pm. JFS Cancer Resource
Connection in West Bloomfield is offering a
caregiver mentor training session. Open to
anyone who has cared for a loved one with
a cancer diagnosis and would like to give
support to someone in a similar situation.
RSVP: Shira, syechieli@jfsdetroit.org or
248-592-3963.

JEWISH VOTERS

7:30 pm. Detroit Jewish News publisher
Arthur Horwitz moderates panel discus-
sion, "The American Jewish Voter: One
Year Ahead of the Presidential Election," at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills.
Panelists: Drs. Kenneth Wald and Herbert
Weisberg are both political science profes-
sors and fellows at Frankel Institute for
Advanced Jewish Studies at University of
Michigan. Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic

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