FILM & DISCUSSION
1:30 pm. Joe Tazelaar shows movie, Exodus
1947 - The Ship That Launched a Nation, at
West Bloomfield JCC. $3. 248-967-4030.
CIRCLE OF WOMEN
4 pm. Rosh Chodesh Women's Circle cel-
ebrates new month of Shevat at Downtown
Synagogue, Detroit. Sydney Skully facili-
tates on "wisdom" from Book of Proverbs.
Free. Details: srskully@comcastnet.
6:30 pm. Buy dinner with MARK Hadassah
at Jerusalem Pizza; stay on at West
Bloomfield JCC to sort books at 7:30 for
upcoming Bookstock sale. Bring used books
and media to donate. RSVP: Margo,
firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-855-0776.
THURSDAY, JAN. 26
9:15 am. The Rosh Chodesh Women's
Lecture Series presents Mrs. Dassie Bausk
speaking about "Shevat - Tefires" at Oak
Park JCC. 248-967-4030.
10:30 am. David Weiner facilitates discus-
sion at Oak Park JCC. Free. 248-967-4030.
LUNCH & LEARN
11:45 am-1 pm. Rabbi Aaron Bergman
concludes series, "How to Create Your
Own Spiritual Practice," at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, Farmington Hills. Bring dairy
lunch; beverage and dessert provided.
Free. RSVP by Jan. 23: Sheila, slederman@
adatshalom.org or 248-851-5100, ext. 246.
LUNCH & CONCERT
Noon. Lunch followed by 1 pm concert with
soprano Diana Turner and piano accompa-
nist Marty Mandelbaum at Oak Park JCC.
RSVP and payment of $3 for lunch due by
Jan. 24. $1 concert only. 248-967-4030.
GAMES AT JCC
Noon-4 pm. Bring friends and a game to
play at West Bloomfield JCC. Space, table
and chairs provided. Free. 248-967-4030.
FRIDAY, JAN. 27
6:30 pm. Young adults asked to RSVP
by Jan. 25 to join Hillel of Metro Detroit's
Shabbat dinner with Rabbi Hadar at
Woodward Avenue Shul, Royal Oak. $8 paid
in advance. Shabbat housing upon request.
Neil, email@example.com or 313-577-3459.
SATURDAY, JAN. 28
12:30-1:30 pm. "Exploring Judaism: A
Reconstructionist Approach," weekly course
continues at Cong. T'chiyah, Oak Park. One-
time $18 book fee. Today's topic: "The Past
Has a Vote, Not Veto?" RSVP: Maureen,
mlynbernard@attnet or 248-542-0900.
7:30 pm. "Vegas and Vodka," with gaming,
silent auction and prizes, at Temple Emanu-
El, Oak Park. Includes vodka bar, appetizers
and desserts. Details: 248-967-4020.
SUNDAY, JAN. 29
9:30 am-2:30 pm. Volunteers needed to
make calls and do clerical work during Super
Sunday, Federation's fundraising phonathon.
Morning or afternoon at Federation Building.
thisisfederation.org or 888-902-4673.
BEST CHICKEN SOUP
THEATER RSVPS DUE
All day. Payment deadline for JCC Center
Travel outings. South Pacific, March 3, and
Shrek the Musical, Sunday, March 4. Charge
card orders: 248-432-5471.
7 pm. Sydney Skully moderates discussion
of Sophie's Choice, novel by William Styron,
at Downtown Synagogue, Detroit. Free. www.
downtownsynagogue.org or 313-962-4047.
MOTOWN THEME AT JCC
JEWISH TEXTS REVISITED
7:30 pm. First of three programs with
Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Joe Klein at Song
and Spirit Institute for Peace, 2599 Harvard,
Berkley. "Reading Exodus Again for the First
Time" offers a fresh perspective on Bible
stories. Continues Feb. 2 and 9. Free. www.
SongandSpirit.org/events or 248-895-3011.
The Name You Know,
The People You Trust
SATURDAY, FEB. 4
7:30 pm. Detroit Symphony Orchestra's
Neighborhood Concert Series has Hans
Graf conducting program, "Invitation to the
Dance," at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield.
Same program 3 pm Sunday in Seligman
Performing Arts Center at Detroit Country
Day School, Beverly Hills. $25/$10 for under
age 18 and students. 313-576-5111 or www.
dso.org/neighborhood . Or, pay $75 for four-
concert series at CSZ, call: 248-357-5544.
your receipts for tax time.
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6. Install a ceiling fan. Change the direc-
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the winter. Choose an energy Star model.
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2. Install an energy efficient furnace.
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Choose an Energy Star model.
in winter. For every 2 degrees you lower
3. Be certain your furnace is tuned up &
your thermostat, you save 2% on your heat-
replace the filters as frequency as needed to ing bill. Be sure to lower the thermostat at
the end of the day. A programmable can be
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Noon-1:30 pm. Vote for 20 chicken soups in
cook-off sponsored by Temple Shir Shalom at
the Corners, 2075 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. $3 child/$5 adult/$15 family.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-406-4255.
hat YOU Can
Do to Stop Cli-
, gan Coalition on
the Environment &
8 pm. Oak Park JCC fundraiser honors JCC
supporters Connie and Jerry Wolberg. $125.
Dinner and performance by Motown veteran
Rob Carter. RSVP required by Jan. 25: www.
jccdet.org or 248-967-4030, ext. 2006.
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