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FRIDAY, MAY 18

SHABBAT IN PARK

5:45 pm. Adat Shalom Synagogue's "Shabbat in
the Park" at Drake Sports Park, West Bloomfield,
for families with young children. Music, stories
and blessings. Hazzan Dan Gross, Rabbi Rachel
Shere and Dan Shere will lead service. Followed
by a bring-your-own picnic dinner. Drinks, des-
serts provided. RSVP: 248-626-2153 or rshere@
adatshalom.org.

BOWL-O-RAMA

6:30 pm. Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers fun-
draiser at Imperial Lanes, M-59 and Garfield,
Sterling Heights. $25 adults; $15 age 18 and
under. Information: 586-757-5551.

in Milford. Check-in at 9 am; 5K Walk at
10. Information: go to Milford link of the
Walk4Hearing.org website or contact Audrey at
audreypleasant@gmail.com or 313.562.5937

AFRO-LATIN MUSIC

8 pm. La Inspiracion, a merengue, cumbia and
Afro-Caribbean jazz band, performs in a Palmer
Woods residence as part of the Music in Homes
Concert Series. Gourmet Latin feast served at
intermission. $35; $30 for groups of 10 or more.
RSVP: 313-891-2514.

SUNDAY, MAY 20

FIGHTING HUNGER

WOMEN HOST SHABBAT

7 pm. Jewish Women's Foundation of Metro
Detroit hosts Shabbat at Downtown Synagogue.
Information: 313-962-4047.

Noon. Opening "Kindness Can Make a
Difference" exhibit at the Janice Charach Gallery
at the West Bloomfield JCC. Runs through
July 20. Hours: Sunday noon-4 p.m.; Monday-
Thursday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

WALK FOR ISRAEL

SATURDAY, MAY 19

LEARNING SHABBAT

9 am. Cong. Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield's belt
midrash-style learning during morning services
(approximately 10:15 am.) Information: Rabbi
Steven Rubenstein: raysteven@cbahm.org or
248-851-6880.

WALK 4 HEARING

9 am. Southeast Michigan Walk4Hearing at
the West Boat Dock of Kensington Metropark

12:15 pm. Jewish Hikers of Michigan take a Walk
for Israel in conjunction with the Celebrate Israel
event at Ann Arbor JCC, 2935 Birch Hollow
Drive. Information: Eli Avny, 734-883-9522;
Rabbi Lisa Delson of Temple Beth Emeth, 734-
665-4744; or jewish.hikers@gmail.com .

CELEBRATE ISRAEL

1-4 pm. The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann
Arbor presents Celebrate Israel at the Ann Arbor
JCC, 2935 Birch Hollow Drive. Walk at 12:30.
Information: 734-677-0100.

MUSLIM YOUTH

JCC GALA

3 pm. The Sholem Aleichem Institute presents
lecture by Wayne State Prof. Saeed Khan titled
"Belonging, Alienation and Extremism: Muslim
Youth in the U.S. and the U.K." At Oak Park JCC.
Free.

6 pm. To honor former JCC president Hugh
Greenberg and General Motors' Mark Reuss at
Berman Center. $200 per person to benefit JCC
children's programming. Call JCC development
office, (248) 432-5418.

MONDAY, MAY 21

EARLY DEADLINE

RABBI'S LECTURE

Noon-1 p.m. Rabbi Mordechai Katz, a teacher at
Akiva, speaks on "Making it Count" at Oak Park
JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

NEW GUIDELINES FOR
CALENDAR LISTINGS

register.

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.

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.

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

AlaVratUI

The deadline for the May 24 JN
Calendar is Sunday, May 13.

• 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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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

The Berman Center for the Performing Arts

Monday, May 21, 2012 - 6 p.m.

Tributes to Honorees

The Capitol Steps in "The Lighter Side of Politics"

Followed by

Strolling Dinner, Auction and Raffle

Hugh Greenberg

— $200 per person —

JCC Past President

All proceeds benefit children's programming at the JCC

and Longtime Supporter

AND

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Mark Reuss

Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus

D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building

6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield

President of General Motors,

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North America

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