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TEMPLE EMANU-EL • OAK PARK, MI ' 60TH ANNIVERSARY
Join us as we Celebrate
our Past, Present and Future...
Dedicated to Serving the Community
for the Next 60 Years and more!
Much To Do!
FRIDAY, JAN. 13
7:15 pm. Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Farmington Hills, presents award-winning
author/educator Dr. Deborah Lipstadt on
SYNergy weekend. She will speak about
her latest book, The Eichmann Trial: Its
International Significance After 50 Years.
Free. firstname.lastname@example.org . or 248-851-
SUNDAY, JAN. 15
9 am. Following Brotherhood bagel break-
fast, Stephen Henderson, editorial page
director at the Detroit Free Press, speaks
at 9:30 at Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Twp.
Community welcome. Nominal charge for
breakfast, payable at door. Free program.
Barbara, 248-851-1100, ext. 3149.
Noon-4 pm. Michael Daitch and James
McCutheon, weavers of tallit, will demon-
strate weaving in Rivera Court at Detroit
Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward. Free with
museum admission. www.dia.org or 313-833-
7900. Coat of Many Colors Handweavers:
Beth Yehudah Rabbi Tzvi Muller at Yad
Ezra kosher food pantry, 2850 W.11 Mile in
Berkley. $7; includes lunch and facility tour.
RSVP by Jan.16: 248-548-3663.
6:30 pm. Parents of prospective students,
ages 2-5, are invited to meet teachers at
Hillel Day School's Early Childhood Center,
32200 Middlebelt, Farmington Hills. RSVP:
Amy, email@example.com or 248-539-
7 pm. Discuss Sarah's Key by Tatiana Rosnay
at inaugural MARK Book Club (Hadassah)
at home of Robin Kaufman, 5846 Red Coat
Lane, West Bloomfield. RSVP: Robin,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-851-0463.
LUNCH & CONCERT
Noon. Following lunch, entertainment at
1 pm by singer Del Grebe with George on
harmonica at Oak Park JCC. Concert only:
$1. Pre-pay lunch ($3) by Jan.17: 248-967-
SATURDAY, JAN. 21
MONDAY, JAN, 16
TUESDAY, JAN. 17
7:30 pm. Java Havdalah Coffee House starts
with Havdalah ceremony and then music
of Heller, Steyer & Green at Temple Kol
Ami, West Bloomfield. $10; includes coffee,
tea and snacks. Proceeds benefit music
programming at Kol Ami and Temple Shir
Shalom. www.tkolami.org or 248-661-0040.
SUNDAY, JAN. 22
9:30 am. Local TV anchor Murray Feldman,
business reporter for WJBK Fox 2 News,
speaks to Brotherhood Breakfast at Temple
Israel, West Bloomfield. He will take ques-
tions after his presentation, "Make Your
Money Talk." $20/$18 advance. RSVP before
Jan. 20: 248-661-5700.
2-8 pm. Give the gift of life at Temple
Kol Ami, West Bloomfield. Make advance
appointment at www.redcross.org and put
in sponsor code: tka13. www.tkolami.org or
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18
DONATE TO BOOKSTOCK
11 am-1 pm. Drive through to drop off dona-
tions of used books, books on tape, records,
video, CDs and DVDs on Bookstock '12's
next Colossal Collection Day. Location is
West Bloomfield JCC. Drive to loading dock
on building's north side, near nursery school
entrance. Tax receipts provided. www.
bookstock.info or 248-645-7840, ext. 365.
LUNCH & LEARN
12:30 pm. "Inside Out or Outside In -
Conscience vs. Religion" is topic of Yeshiva
60th Anniversary Choir
Reunion Concert &
Religious School Reunion
Saturday, May 5
Nursery School Reunion
Saturday, May 19
Legacy of Leadership Gala,
Honoring Glenn and Kim
Sunday, September 9
2 pm. Susana Piontek, author of Have We
Possibly Met Before?, leads discussion at
Fox Run Retirement Community, 41000 13
Mile, Novi. She will be joined by her hus-
band, Dr. Guy Stern, translator of her book
and director of Institute of the Righteous
at the Holocaust Memorial Center. Free, but
RSVP needed: Mel.Tansill@Erickson.com .
11:45 am-12:45 pm. COJAR hosts Goldie
Silverstein's lecture on "Shalom - More
Than Just a Greeting" at Oak Park JCC. $2;
bring or purchase onsite kosher lunch. 248-
Saturday, March 3
THURSDAY, JAN. 19
3 pm. Native Detroiter Robert Rockaway,
professor emeritus of Tel Aviv University,
discusses infamous historical trials of Alfred
Dreyfus, Mendel Beilis and Leo Frank at
Holocaust Memorial Center, 28123 Orchard
Lake Road, Farmington Hills. Free, but lim-
ited seating. 553-2400, ext.12.
LUNCH & LEARN
Friday, January 13 - 8:00 p.m.
bOth Anniversary Shabbat Service
NEW BOOK CLUB
AKIVA OPEN HOUSE
ANUARV 13-15, 2012
HILLEL OPEN HOUSE
9 am. Parents with children age 2-6 can
meet staff of Early Childhood Center at
Akiva Hebrew Day School, 21100 W.12 Mile
Road, Southfield. Food and children's enter-
tainment at 10:30. www.akiva.org or Lisa,
248-386-1625, ext. 233.
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Celebrate our community with a very
special service featuring an anniversary
siddur of prayers and music spanning our
60 year history. We will honor all who have
helped us become who we are and gather
together afterward for a grand celebration
Saturday, January 14 - 7:30 p.m.
Generation to Generation Party
Join us for an entertaining and nostalgic
evening of music with singer/songwriter Cliff
Erickson, known as the greatest interactive
entertainer in our area. Enjoy fabulous food,
drink and company during this expansive and
delicious Havdallah Reception — hors d'oeuvres,
desserts and wine from Annabel's. Admission
is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
Please RSVP by January 12 - 248-967-4020.
Sunday, January 15 - 9:00
Honoring Our Elders Day at
Featuring: Jewish "Antiques Roadshow."
Social Action projects, a commemoration of
"Jewish involvement in Civil Rights." Parents
and especially grandparents welcome and
encouraged to attend.
14450 West Ten Mile Road. Oak Park, Ml
248-967-4020 • www.emanuel-mich.org
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