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March 22, 2012 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-03-22

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Five Things Your Kids
Will Love This Month

A spider, a beast, and the world's
largest ship ...

Lynne Konstantin
Contributing Writer

CAMP-1N

One of our favorite kids' science
museums around offers the awesome
opportunity to take an overnight trip
to Toledo. Camp-In at Imagination
Station in Toledo allows 2nd-7th grad-
ers (and their accompanying adults)
to check out Mindbender Mansion,
take a ride on the High Wire Cycle or
the Simulator Theater Ride and take
part in puzzling workshops, then set
up camp inside an optical illusion,
next to a giant wind tunnel or another
favorite exhibit. Includes two days
of admission, the chance to explore
Imagination Station after hours, snack
and breakfast and more. 5 p.m.-5 p.m.
the following day. Dates throughout
March and April designate boys only,
girls only or co-ed. $27-$40.

688 i Orchard Lake Rd. • on the Boardwalk • (248) 851-5030

Last Collection Before the Sale!

Imagination Station, I Discovery

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Way, Toledo, Ohio. (419) 244-2674;

imaginationstationtoledo.org

USED BOOK AND MEDIA SALE

SUPPORTING THE NEED TO READ
1 0 T H ANNIVERSARY

DONATE USED BOOKS AND MEDIA NOW:

All kinds of gently used books plus
audiobooks, videos, records, cds and dvds

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
The magical Broadway smash of
Disney's classic version of Belle and
the Beast comes to life on stage at the
Fisher Theater April 10-22. With an
award-winning score by Alan Menken
and lyrics by Howard Ashman, the
musical brings together the original
producers of the Broadway produc-
tion for a tale of how to love and be
loved set to enough spectacular cos-
tumes, sets and romance to thrill the
inner princess (and prince) in all of
us. Tickets start at $32.

Fisher Theater, 3011 W. Grand

Blvd., Detroit. (800) 982-2787;

broadwayindetroit.com.

GIRLS' NIGHT OUT
Spice up spring break with a Pajama
Party at Sweet & Sassy in Novi. Girls
can wear their PJs, bring their sleep-
ing bags and watch Tangled on a big
screen while being pampered with
mini facials, nail polish (and floral
designs), sweet treats, a free pink-
limo ride plus a gift to bring home.
5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 4. Can't
make that date? Sign up for the same
pretty perks (minus the movie) for a
Little Ladies Tea Party, 5-8:30 p.m.
Friday, April 20. Both events: $30 per
person; $25 per person if you sign up
more than child.

Sweet & Sassy, 43530 West Oaks Drive,

Novi. (248) 347-6500; sweetandsassy.

COLOSSAL COLLECTION
DRIVE-THRU & DROP-OFF:

JCC West Bloomfield
loading dock

ADDITIONAL DROP OFF SITES:

TITANIC

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Check our website or call
for exact dates and hours:
www.bookstock.info
248-645-7840 ext 365

In honor of the 100th anniversary
of Titanic's tragic sinking, the Henry
Ford presents Titanic: The Artifact
Exhibition, March 31 through Sept. 30.
The largest touring exhibition of the
Titanic, 10,000 square feet in size, will
allow visitors to walk through extensive
room re-creations of the world's larg-
est ship that claimed 1,500 lives when
it collided with an iceberg on April 15,
1912. More than 300 artifacts, like deli-
cate bottles of perfume and the ship's
own china, tell the compelling stories
of passengers on board — some with
ties to Michigan — and acts of heroism
and humanity. $10-$27.

CHARLOTTE'S WEB
Spend an afternoon in Ann Arbor
and take the kids to see a Babe-like
interpretation of Charlotte's Web,
E.B. White's classic tale, on the big
screen at the Michigan Theater's
Family Friendly Film Series. Dakota
Fanning, Julia Roberts, Oprah
Winfrey, Steve Buscemi and OutKast's
Andre "3000" are a few of the names
to lend their voices to the G-rated
2006 film. 1:30 Sunday, April 22. Free
for kids 12 and under; all others,
$7-$10.

The Henry Ford, 20900 Oakwood Blvd.,

Street, Ann Arbor. (800) 745-3000;

Dearborn. (800) 835-5237; thehenryford.orq.

ticketmastercom; michtheaterorg.

Jewish Community Center, Ann Arbor

Sunday, March 25, 2012
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Jewish Community Center, Oak Park

Jewish Community Center, West Bloomfield

Laurel Park Place, Livonia

Sarah and Ralph Davidson Hadassah House,
West Bloomfield

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