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Much To Do!

MONDAY, APRIL 9

AD/HD SUPPORT

7:30 9 pm. CHADD meets at Way
Elementary School, Long Lake Road east of
Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills. Support group
for parents of children with AD/HD; plus
a support group for adults with AD/HD.
Information: 248-988-6716; www.chadd.
net/527.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10

CAREGIVER AID

Lois Horon Allied Member ASID 248.851.6989

NNO N G H

FINE CHINESE DINING

"A wonderful adventure in fine dining" - Danny Raskin

Various Times. Dorothy & Peter Brown
Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
caregiver support groups. The daytime
meetings are for family caregivers of indi-
viduals with Alzheimer's disease; evening
meetings are for family caregivers of all
older adults. Free:

At JVS, 29699 Southfield Road, Southfield:
Tuesday, Aprii 10, 1:30 - 3:30 pm; Monday,
April 16, 5:30-7 pm. RSVP: Dorothy Moon,
248-233-4392.

At Fleischman Residence, West Bloomfield:
Thursday, April 19, 2-4 pm; Monday, April
23, 7-9 pm. RSVP: Fran Cook, 248-592-
5032.

PASSOVER BUFFET

5-8 pm. All-you-can-eat, kosher-for-Pass-
over dinner hosted by Dish Kosher Cuisine
at Cong. Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield. $25
per adult, $13 per child ages 5-11. RSVP by
April 6: 248-539-8825.

GETTING MARRIED?

7-9 pm. "What Every Couple Should Know
Before and After Saying 'I Do— at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield, sponsored by
its Robert Sosnick Family Life Center.
Facilitated by psychotherapists Mona J.
Shane and Bari Berkowitz. Free. Second ses-
sion on April 17. RSVP: Stephanie, 248-661-
5700 or stephanie@temple-israel.org .

FREE IRP CONCERT

Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner
Catering and carryout available
Gift certificates
27925 Orchard Lake Rd.. North of 12 Mile. Farmington Hills
248-489-2280
www.honghuafinedining.com

7:30 pm. The Institute for Retired
Professionals will host duo-pianists Yuki and
Tomoko Mack at the Berman Center at the
West Bloomfield JCC featuring the music of
Copland, Gershwin, Debussy, Bernstein, Liszt
and William Bolcom. Free parking vouchers.
Information: 248-967-4030.

Modern Day Problem." Rabbi Robert Gamer
will share his insights. Children's program
included. $20 per adult; $10 per child 4-12;
children 3 and under are free. $55 family
maximum. RSVP by April 9: (248) 547-7970.

SATURDAY, APRIL 14

'BEATLES' CONCERT

7:30 pm. "Come Together at the Maven
Gallery" at Temple Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield. The band Toppermost will pay
tribute to the Fab Four. $20 in advance, $25
at the door. Coffee and desserts. Cash beer/
wine bar. Doors open 6:45. RSVP: 248-737-
8700

SUNDAY, APRIL 15

ART AND

MUSIC

1:30 pm. Sholem Aleichem Institute's art
and music event at the Janice Charach
Epstein Art Gallery in the West Bloomfield
JCC. Balalaika solist Gennady Zut will
perform. Followed by a performance and
sing-along in Yiddish and Hebrew with Ben
Opengeym. Information: Sholem Aleichem
Institute, 248-423-4406

'WOMEN IN GENOCIDE'

1:30 pm. Annual Holocaust and Armenian
Genocide Commemoration at Bernath
Auditorium, Wayne State campus, looks at
plight of women in 20th-century genocides.
Sponsored by the Cohn-Haddow Center for
Judaic Studies, the Voice/Vision Holocaust
Survivor Oral History Archive and Armenian
Research Center, both at UM-Dearborn, and
Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington
Hills. Free. RSVP by April 9: Ruth, 313-577-
2679 or cohnhaddowcenter@wayne.edu .
Information: www.judaicstudies.wayne.edu .

LAKER CONCERT

4 pm. Cantorial Soloist Neil Michaels sings
"The Music in Me" at Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield. Michaels performs music from
his stage career and life moments along
with his wife, Stephanie, and a nine-piece
band. Sponsored in memory of Sarah
and Harry Laker. For free tickets, contact
Stephanie Brovenick at 248-661-5700 or
Stephanie@temple-israel.org .

MONDAY, APRIL VS

THURSDAY, APRIL 12

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April 5 • 2012

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LUNCH AND CONCERT

Noon. Lunch and 1 pm concert with Marty
Mandelbaum, piano, and George Stepulla,
violin, at Oak Park JCC. $3 paid lunch; RSVP
due by April 10. $1 for concert. Information:
248-967-4030.

FRIDAY, APRIL 13

PASSOVER SHABBAT

6 p.m. Cong. Beth Shalom in Oak Park
"Family Shabbat Pesach" features service
and kosher-for-Passover dinner. Jason
Bendinelli, co-owner of Back to the Roots
in Chelsea, will speak on "Human Slavery, a

JET AUCTION/DINNER

6 pm. Jewish Ensemble Theatre's "Raise
Your Hand!" spring auction/dinner at the
Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, 1516
S. Cranbrook, Birmingham. Catered by
Annabel's & Co.; music by the duet, Girls
Night Out. Bidding items range from design-
er accessories to breath-taking art pieces.
RSVP by April 9: 248-788-2900. Proceeds
benefit JET's main stage season and stu-
dent outreach programs.

TUESDAY, APRIL 17

HUDSON'S HISTORY

Noon. Michael Hauser, author of
Remembering Hudson's: The Grand Dame of

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