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Celebrate Our
Oth Anniversary!

Dedicate a Mezuzah at your

"HOME AWAY.
FROM HOME"

Much To Do!

FRIDAY, DEC. 9

PROSTATE HEALTH

Noon-1 pm. DMC Huron Valley-Sinai
Hospital will present a free, interactive,
online seminar about prostate health, can-
cer and new urologic treatments featuring
a urologic surgeon. To participate, logon to:
www.hvsh.org/prostatehealthchat.

SATURDAY, DEC. 10

TOT SHABBAT

9:30 am. Half-hour, informal service fol-
lowed by crafts and snack in Temple Beth El
Alpert Room, Bloomfield Twp. Sponsored by
temple's religious school; monthly program
introduces joy of being Jewish to babies and
toddlers brought by parents and grandpar-
ents. 248-865-0612.

MUSIC FOR MAGENTA

8 pm-midnight. Live bands will play at fun-
draiser for Frannie Shepherd-Bates' Magenta
Giraffe Theatre Company. Venue is Dylan's
Raw Bar & Grille, 15402 Mack, Grosse Pointe
Park 48230. Raffle prizes. $6.
www.magentagiraffe.org or 313-408-7269.

SUNDAY, DEC. 11

CHANUKAH BAZAAR

9 am. Religious School sponsors gift
shop for kids to go shopping at Cong. Beth
Shalom, Oak Park. 248-547-7970.

TKA GIFT SHOP

9 am-1 pm. Children can select Chanukah
presents for family members at Sisterhood-
sponsored event at Temple Kol Ami, West
Bloomfield. tkasisterhood@hotmail.com or
248-661-0040.

ISRAEL ARCHAEOLOGY

S a member of the Tamarack Camps
family, we invite you to place a mezuzah
on a door at Camp Maas, Agree Outpost
Camp or Camp Kennedy.

9:30 am-12:30 pm. Historian/archae-
ologist Prof. Michael Pytlik of the Oakland
University Judaic Studies Program
presents "Are We Digging Up David?" at
Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park. He will talk
about recent excavations he led associated
with King David's Jerusalem. Free. No RSVP
necessary. 248-967-4020.

GIFT BAZAAR

10 am-4 pm. Shop at Cong. B'nai Moshe,
West Bloomfield. 248-788-0600.

BAGELS & BASICS

Price levels range from $1,800-$110.
11111 ' Each mezuzah will be accompanied by
a dedication plaque.

To see price level details or to order online,
visit www.tamarackcamps.com
or call us at 248-647-1100

11 am. Rabbi Ariana Silverman leads adult
learning session at Temple Kol Ami, West
Bloomfield. Topic: "Learn About Liturgy."
248-661-0040.

DONATE TO BOOKSTOCK

11 am-1 pm. Drop off donations of used
books, records, CDs, DVDs, etc., on next
Colossal Collection Day. New location: West
Bloomfield JCC. Drive to loading dock on
building's north side, near nursery school
entrance. Tax receipts provided. 248-645-
7840, ext. 365 or www.bookstock.info.

FUN ON SHALOM STREET

11 am-2 pm. Family event, "Chanukah Open
House: The Magic of Shalom Street," also

marks eighth birthday of Shalom Street
inside the West Bloomfield JCC. At 12:30,
children are invited to become a Magical
Maccabee, learning a trick they can perform.
Bring hat, scarf, gloves or mittens for dona-
tion to local families. Free admission. Rabbi
Robert Morals, director: rmorais@jccdet.org
or 248-432-5451.

LATKE LUNCH

Noon. Adat Shalom Synagogue, Farmington
Hills, welcomes all ages at family Chanukah
party. Includes kosher, dairy lunch with
latkes by Matt Prentice, music and danc-
ing by Joe Cornell Entertainment, and
performance by Hazzan Dan Gross and the
Adat Shalom Ruach Choir. Sponsored by
Dept. of Education and Youth and the Men's
Club. $10 for age 4 and older at door. www.
adatshalom.org or 248-626-2153.

MAHJ MADNESS

12:15 pm. Check-in time for 1 pm tourna-
ment at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield.
Cash prizes and 50/50 raffle. $18 for com-
petitive seat; otherwise, $10. sisterhood@
shaareyzedek.org or 248-357-5544.

HAVEN GIFT COLLECTION

2-5 pm. Drop off new, unwrapped gifts and
financial contributions for "Gift Giveaway,"
annual drive to benefit clients of HAVEN,
at St. Paul United Methodist Church,165
E. Square Lake Road, Bloomfield Hills.
Additional hours:10 am-7 pm Monday and
until 8 pm Tuesday. HAVEN is Oakland
County's center for prevention and treatment
of domestic violence and domestic assault.
www.haven-oakland.org or 248-334-1284.

MONDAY, DEC. 12

LUNCH & LEARN

Noon. Discuss "Chanukah: The Greeks vs.
Macabees in 2011" at Downtown Synagogue,
Detroit. Free kosher lunch provided by
program leader, Partners in Torah. 313-962-
4047 or www.downtownsynagogue.org .

HOLIDAY ART SALE

4-8 pm. Clients' creativity will be on dis-
play with some items for sale in Zussman
Activity Center at Kadima,15999 W.12 Mile,
Southfield. Free admission. 248-559-8235.

PLAY MAHJ

7 pm. Sisterhood hosts mah Jong night at
Cong. Beth Shalom, Oak Park. Details: 248-
547-7970.

TUESDAY, 1EC. 13

MAKE PASTA

11:30 am-1:30 pm. Learn to prepare a four-
course, kosher-style meal featuring hand-
made pasta at Sur La Table in Somerset
Collection, 2800 W. Big Beaver, Troy. Same
class repeated Wednesday. $80/$65 for CSZ
Sisterhood member. RSVP: Martha, 248-
357-5544 or mgoldberg@shaareyzedek.org .

CLASSICAL CONCERT

1 pm. Violinist Fayna Fooks and pianist
Aleksandra Dobsrushkin at Oak Park JCC.
$1. 248-967-4030.

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