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FRIDAY, JAN. 13
PRAY & PLAY
6 pm. Family-friendly Shabbat service fol-
lowed by dinner and games night at Cong.
Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield. $36 family/$15
age 13 and older/$8 ages 6-12. RSVP by Jan.
11: 248-851-6880. Details: Nina,
8 pm. Service ushers in "The Way We Were,"
theme of weekend celebration for 60th anni-
versary of Temple Emanu-El at its building
in Oak Park. www.emanuel-mich.org or 248-
SATURDAY, JAN. 14
9 am-2 pm. Aisles of toys at Royal Oak
Farmers Market. 316 E.11 Mile, Royal Oak. $4
adults; free for child with parent. Eric, 248-
YOGA & TORAH
10 am. Following 9 am traditional service at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, West Bloomfield,
practice yoga with Rabbi Shere and Yogi
Shawn Broida, or attend community educa-
tor Ruth Bergman's Torah study session, "No
Straw for Bricks." Bergman's focus is on first
difficult steps of Moses' confrontation with
Pharaoh and the painful consequences for
the Hebrew slaves. 248-851-5100.
12:30 pm. "Exploring Judaism: A
Reconstructionist Approach" is lecture
series sponsored by Cong. T'chiyah in
Mondry Bldg., 15000 W.10 Mile, Oak
Park. Free except for one-time $18 fee for
book. Today's topic: "Evolving Religious
Civilization." RSVP: Maureen, mlynbernard@
att.net or 248-542-0900.
5:15 pm. Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills, presents "Saturday Night
Lights," a free Havdalah program including
a craft project. Suitable for families with
children in kindergarten and younger. Free.
RSVP required: laurenhannareich@hotmail.
corn or email@example.com .
SUSHI & SAKE
7 pm. The Men's Club invites the community
to "Sushi & Sake" with Dish Kosher Cuisine
at Cong. Beth Ahm, West Bloomfield. Learn
to make sushi and eat the results. $25.
firstname.lastname@example.org or www.cbahm.org .
7:30 pm. Adat Shalom Synagogue Yiddish
music concert performed by Hazzan Daniel
Gross, Lauren Skuce Gross and Marty
Liebman. There is a charge. Details/RSVP:
email@example.com or 248-851-5100.
7:30 pm. RSVP by Jan.12 for "Generation
to Generation Party" at Temple Emanu-El,
Oak Park. Features an expansive Havdalah
reception with hors d'oeuvres and concert by
singer/songwriter Cliff Erickson. Event con-
tinues "The Way We Were" weekend celebra-
tion of the temple's 60th anniversary. Free,
but donations encouraged. 248-967-4020 or
SUNDAY, JAN. 15
9 am. Older generations especially invited
to "Honoring Our Elders Day," sponsored
by Temple Emanu-El Religious School in
Oak Park on the temple's 60th anniversary
weekend. Features include Jewish "Antiques
Road Show," social action projects and com-
memoration of "Jewish Involvement in Civil
Rights." Free. www.emanuel-mich.org or
10:30 am-1 pm. Ruth Katsnelson, a Judaic
studies teacher at Temple Israel Religious
School, will share travel stories and photo-
graphs from her tour of Jewish historical
sites in Central Europe, including Prague,
Vienna and Budapest. Presentation at
Holocaust Memorial Center, 28123 Orchard
Lake Road, in Farmington Hills. $5; free for
Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan
members. www.jgsmi.org to RSVP.
ICE SKATING PARTY
3 pm. Family ice skating party with kosher
pizza dinner at Novi Ice Arena, 42400 Nick
Lidstrom Drive, Novi. Sponsored by Men's
Club and Education & Youth Department
of Adat Shalom Synagogue. $5 for skat-
ing and dinner/$3 skate rental/$5 dinner
only. RSVP with check payable to the Adat
Shalom Men's Club; due by Jan.11 at 29901
Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
5:30 pm. Prof. Howard Lupovitch facili-
tates "Israel: Lessons From the Past," an
Israeli film series that continues with Three
Days and a Child, at Cong. Beth Ahm, West
Bloomfield. Discussion to follow. Series
explores beginning of modern Israeli politics
and interplay between Jewish tradition and
secular Israeli culture. $15. RSVP: David,
MONDAY, JAN. 16
THURSDAY, JAM. 19
LUNCH & LEARN
8:30 am. Jewish community invited to
scholarship breakfast on Martin Luther King
Jr. Day featuring speaker Rev. Dr. Charles
Adams, senior pastor of Hartford Memorial
Baptist Church. United Negro College Fund &
Detroit Inter-Alumni Council host at Shriners
Silver Garden Events Center (former Cong.
B'nai David), 24350 Southfield Road in
Southfield. $35/$20 tax-deductible. Tickets:
Leslie.Andrews@uncf.org or 313-873-1500.
11:45 am-1 pm. Rabbi Aaron Bergman
continues his series, "How to Create Your
Own Spiritual Practice," at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Farmington Hills. Learn how
techniques of meditation, chanting and
learning to do social action can be brought
into a Jewish spiritual experience. Concludes
on Jan. 26. Bring a dairy lunch; beverage
and dessert provided. Free. RSVP by Jan.16:
Sheila, firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-
851-5100, ext. 246.
9 am-4 pm. Create works of art, no experi-
ence necessary, at Song and Spirit Institute
for Peace, 2599 Harvard, Berkley. Institute
co-founder/artist Mary Gilhuly will assist
50 participants, age 12 and older, to cre-
ate mosaic tiles, paint a ceramic soup bowl
and make a peace-themed collage. Some
items will be sold with proceeds going to the
institute and also Brother Al's Canticle Cafe
Bicycle Cart ministry in Detroit. $25 includes
lunch/art supplies. RSVP: www.songandspirit.
BREAKFAST • LUNCH • DINNER
PEN 7 DAYS: MON.-SAT. 7 a.m.- 9:30 p.m. SUN. 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.
TUESDAY, JAN. 17
Noon. Singer-songwriter Michael Krieger
performs at Ambassadors' luncheon at
Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Twp. $12. RSVP
to the seniors' group by Jan.12: Doris, 248-
352-5882; Betty, 248-476-1775.
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January 5 • 2012
5 pm. In first meeting of Sisterhood series,
"Images of Jewish Women in American
Film," participants will watch drama Marjorie
Morningstar and discuss the film over dinner
at 6:45 with facilitator Sheila Schiffer. Held
at Temple Israel, West Bloomfield. Film may
be borrowed for home viewing from temple's
Weinberg Family Library. $12 or $50 for five-
part series. RSVP by Jan. 16: 248-661-5700
or email@example.com .
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'RITCHIE' FILM AT WSU
4 pm. Dr. Guy Stern, Wayne State University
(WSU) professor emeritus of German, will
introduce The Ritchie Boys, award-winning
film that includes his own story during World
War II, in Barnath Auditorium in Adamany
Undergraduate Library, 5150 Anthony Wayne
Drive, Detroit (WSU campus). Sponsored by
Cohn-Haddow Center, Moishe House, WSU
Language Department and Hillel of Metro
Detroit. Free admission with RSVP:
firstname.lastname@example.org or Ruth, 313-
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18
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