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BOOK WORMS

JEWISH JOURNALISM

7:00-8:30pm. Temple Shir Shalom
Sisterhood reviews the book 1,000 White
Women at the West Bloomfield Library. Free.
Facilitated by librarian Elisabeth Shubow.
RSVP: Shelly Newman, Book Worm chair:
sred9@comcast.net or 248-737-0266

6:30 pm. Jean & Samuel Frankel Center for
Judaic Studies' 22nd Annual Belin Lecture:
Samuel Norich, Publisher, The Forward,
speaks on "Independent Jewish Journalism
in the Age of Digital Media" at 100
Washtenaw Ave., Palmer Commons, Forum
Hall. Free. Information: 734-763-9047 or
judaicstudies@umich.edu .

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7:30-9 pm. CHADD of Eastern Oakland
County meets at Way Elementary School,
Long Lake Road, east of Telegraph, in
Bloomfield Hills. A meeting for parents
of children and teens with AD/HD. Also
a support group for adults with AD/HD.
Information: 248-988-6716 or www.chadd.
net/527.

Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish Community
Adult Day Care Program caregiver support
groups. Daytime meetings are for family
caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer's.
Evening meetings are for family caregivers
of all older adults. Free.

TUESDAY, MARCH 6

At Fleischman Residence, West Bloomfield:
March 8, 2-4 p.m.; and March 19, 7-9 p.m.
RSVP: Fran Cook, 248-592-5032.

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Noon-1 pm. Rabbi Robert Gamer discusses
"Contemporary Jewish Law" at monthly
series at Cong. Beth Shalom, Oak Park. $15.
RSVP: 248-547-7970.

NEW GUIDELINES FOR
CALENDAR LISTINGS

Send listings by noon Tuesday, nine
days prior to publication. Email listings
and questions regarding the Calendar to
calendar@thejewishnews.com .
For telephone inquiries, call
David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

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Although we would like to give equal
space to all events we receive, we have
limited room in our print Calendar, so pub-
lication of events will be at the discretion
of the editor.

ADDITIONAL JN PUBLICITY: .

• You may also submit your event to our
free online Community Calendar on the
JN website: www.thejewishnews.com . Go
to the word "Calendar" across the top
toolbar and, on the drop-down menu, click
on "New Calendar Event." First-time users
will be asked to register.

ADULT DAY CARE

At JVS, Southfield: March 13,1:30-3:30 p.m.;
and March 19, 5:30-7 p.m. RSVP: Dorothy
Moon at 248-233-4392.

• In addition, you may publicize your
event on the JN Facebook page at www.
Facebook.com/DetroitJewishNews. (The
JN Facebook page can also be accessed
by clicking on the "f" (Facebook) icon
at the bottom of the JN website home
page.) Once on Facebook, type your event
information under the small green "Post"
icon next to the large JN logo, in the box
that reads, "Write something." You may
include a link to your own website.

• For even greater impact, consider plac-
ing a small, medium or large advertise-
ment in our print edition. The JN sales
team offers options to fit any budget.
Please call Keith Farber, sales director, at
248-351-5107 or email him at kfarber@
renmedia.us.

If you have questions, email calendar@
thejewishnews.com or phone David Sachs,
senior copy editor, at 248-351-5140.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 8

FedED Courses Look At
History, Art, Architecture
Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education's FedEd Department
is offering spring adult education
classes.
• History buffs will enjoy an
eight-week, Tuesday evening series
beginning March 13 with Professor
Howard Lupovitch on "In History's
Crossfire: World Events and Their
Impact on the Jew." Lupovitch will
explore how eight great turning
points in world history profoundly
shaped the course of Jewish history.
Topics span from the fall of Rome to
the fall of the Soviet Union.
• Art, Torah and Rabbi Aaron
Bergman come together for a six-
week, bring-your-own lunch and

learn series noon Mondays begin-
ning April 16 for "Art and the Bible:
Words of the Torah and Images
of the Bible or How a Text that
Prohibited Graven Images Inspired
Some the World's Great Art."
Subjects range from the Creation to
the modern world
• On Monday evenings instructor
Mike Pytlik will examine archeo-
logical excavations that inform us
about the ancient Israelites in the
course: "Archaeology of Israel." This
seven-week class begins on April 16.
All classes are held at the Max. M.
Fisher Federation Building, Bloomfield
Hills. For a complete catalog or to
register for a class, contact Marion
Bronstein, (248) 642-4260, ext. 372, or
visit jewishdetroit.org/feded . ❑

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