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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-04-12

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scenes and songs from Gilbert and Sullivan
favorites including The Mikado, Pirates of
Penzance and HMS Pinafore at Birmingham
Temple, Farmington Hills. $23; $20/seniors.
Student and group rates available. Tickets:
Joyce Cheresh, 248-788-9338, or Ann
Sipher, 248-661-1348. Information: www.
vivaceseries.org .



9 am. Adat Shalom Men's Club hosts a
Yom HaShoah program at the Holocaust
Memorial Center, Farmington Hills. Following
breakfast, Howard Spinner will lead a tour
and survivor Martin Lowenberg will speak.
Free to students and members of Adat
Shalom Men's Club and Sisterhood. Others,
$5. Information: 248-851-5100.


10 am. Following coffee and bagels, Eleanor
Roosevelt Hadassah Group will take a guid-
ed tour at 10:45 of the Holocaust Memorial
Center, Farmington Hills. $10. RSVP by April
18. Send check, payable to Hadassah, to
Robin Terebelo, 26510 Irving Road, Franklin,
MI 48025. Information: robin_terebelo®
comcast.net or 248-770-4412.


11 am-2 pm. Hillel of Metro Detroit invites
young adults to volunteer at Yad Ezra
kosher food bank, 2850 W.11 Mile, Berkley.
Chair: Ileene LaBell. RSVP by April 20: Neil,
hillelpd@wayne.edu ; 313-577-3459.


Noon. The annual citywide commemoration
of Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance
Day, will take place at the Holocaust
Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus.
For information, contact Selma Silverman,
at 248-553-2400, Ext.12.


1 pm. Pomegranate Guild of Southeastern
Michigan, a group that studies and creates
Judaic needlework, holds a needlecraft

workshop at Prentis Apartments on the Oak
Park JCC campus. $5. Information: Judy
Galperin, 248-661-5337.


1 pm. Jewish Hikers of Michigan and Temple
Beth Emeth plan a hike at County Farm Park
in Ann Arbor. Information: Eli Avny, 734-
883-9522, Rabbi Lisa Delson, 734-665-
4744, or jewish.hikers@gmail.com .

Dezigner :3hci!evr9ritil $aniple3 at Incredibi



3-5 p.m. Cong. T'chiyah, Sholem Aleichem
Institute and Workmen's Circle will host
"Yiddish Words and Music: A Celebration of
Mameloshn (mother tongue]" at the David
& Miriam Mondry Building,15000 W.10 Mile
Road, Oak Park. Profs. Geoffrey Nathan
and Margaret E. Winters of Wayne State
will speak. Presenters include actress and
singer Shirley Benyas, Daniella Mechnikov
of Shalom Street children's museum and the
Circle Chorus. Free. Information: Sid Simon,
sidneysimon@ sbcglobal.net .

Sherwood offers a selection
for every room and every taste.
Let our professionals make your
house.... a home! No charge
for in studio design service.


3:45 pm. The Jewish Gay Network of
Michigan hosts a wine and cheese recep-
tion with Denise Brogan-Kator of Equality
Michigan at the West Bloomfield JCC fol-
lowed at 5 pm by the Israeli movie Melting
Away about a transgender child. A talk-back
follows film. $36 for all or $11 for film only.
Tickets: www.jgn.org or 248-432-5661.


6:30 pm. Rosh Chodesh Women's Circle of
Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue Is host-
ing a storyteller at Rabbi Dorlt Edut's home
in Huntington Woods, Information: Sydney
Skully, srskully@comcast.net .


7 pm. Detroit Symphony Orchestra violinist
Adrienne Ronmark joins her mom, veteran
DSO cellist Debra Fayroian, and Brazilian-
born pianist Maria Meirelles for Bach and
Beethoven at private home in Detroit's
Palmer Woods neighborhood. $35 or $30
for groups of 10 or more. Purchase online:
palmerwoods.org . RSVP:concerts@
palmerwoods.org or 313-891-2514.


Visit our Ekornes® Gallery of Fine Furniture .. .
largest selection & lowest prices anywhere!

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

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


• 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

• 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 placing a small, medium or large advertisement 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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just South of Maple

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