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TEMPLE SHIR SHALOM

T} Come Celebrate Our
Silver Anniversary

Monday, August 20, 2012
Starting at 6:30 PM

Temple Shir Shalom's 9th Annual

FOOD FUN AND FIREWORKS FESTIVAL

begins with an evening loaded with family
fun, food tastings and games, and ends
with a spectacular fireworks display!

Much To Do!

FRIDAY, AUG. 17

ROCKIN' SHABBAT

BIKES IN B'HAM

7:30 pm. Tweens, teens and others invited
to a rockin' "Shabbat LIVE!" — an energetic,
musical service at Temple Kol Ami, West
Bloomfield. Also, Tots Together: Shabbat,
filled with song and stories, for Tots, par-
ents, etc., at 6 pm. RSVP: julie@tkolami.org
or 248-661-0040.

8 am. Birmingham Bike Festival begins with
Junior 10-14 bike race and concludes with
the professional race, which will run from
3:40-5 pm. Entertainment in Shain Park.
Information: www.birminghambikefestival.
com.

TRUCKS FOR KIDS

TUESDAY, AUG. 21

OAK PARK MOVIE

1 pm. The film Bride Flight. $1. At Oak Park
JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 22

USED BOOK SALE

TEMPLE

To tempt your palate, so
f the area's most poput
4staurants will b

SHIR

Baked Impressions • Little Daddy's
Tony's Embers Deli • D'Pauli's
Farmhouse Ice Cream & Coffee
Rusty Bucket • Original Romano's
California Pizza Kitchen • Goin' Postal
Uptown Grille • Brooklyn Bagel
Zoe's house of Pancakes • Hong Hua
Bellacino's Sylvan Lake • The Lodge
The Village Palace • Beau Jacks
Cutting Edge Cuisine • Just Peachy
Uptown Parthenon • Tomatoes aPizza
George's honey Tree • Leo's Coney Island
Quarton Catering • Bacco Ristorante
Dairy Fresh Foods • Outback Steakhouse
Maggie's Chocolate fountain • RJ's
Achatz Catering & Soup • Bonefish Grill
The Vineyards/Bloom Catering
Good People Popcorn • La Marsa
Harvard Row Kosher Meats • Eskimo Jacks
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

SHALOM

Looking To Join
Temple Shir Shalom?
Bring The Whole
Family 10...imummg

Call Temple Shir Shalom's office
to arrange for your complimentary
tickets. Come get to know us!

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Contact Temple Shir Shalom's Office at 248-737-8700

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1:30 pm. Performance by baritone Dino
Valle, accompanied by pianist Marty
Mandelbaum in the Greenberg Suite at West
Bloomfield JCC. $3. Information: 248-967-
4030.

11am-1pm. Cong. Shaarey Zedek presents
an outdoor hands-on truck museum with an
ambulance, fire truck, dump truck, police car
and other vehicles. Dan Dan the Choo Choo
Man will give rides. Lunch and ice cream
for purchase. A refrigerated truck from
Forgotten Harvest will collect food dona-
tions. RSVPs appreciated: Tobye Bello, 248-
357-5544 or tbello@shaareyzedek.org .

CINDERELLA'S BALL

5 pm. West Bloomfield JCC hosts
"Cinderella's Ball," a dance for 30-plus
couples and singles. Mix-and-mingle at 5
pm; dance lessons, 5:30-6:15; practice ses-
sion, 6:15-7; dance exhibition, 7-7:30; open
ballroom dancing, 7:30-9. Advance tickets
by Aug. 23 are $8 for JCC members, $9 for
others: call (248) 661-1000. Tickets at the
door are $11 for JCC members, $12 for oth-
ers. Information: www.jccdet.org .

MONDAY, AUG. 27

COJAR MOVIE

THURSDAY, AUG. 23

SINGER AND PIANIST

1 pm. Concert with singer Diana Turner and
pianist Marty Mandelbaum. $1. Noon lunch
is $3. Non-refundable paid reservations for
lunch are due by Aug. 21. At Oak Park JCC.
Information: 248-967-4030.

GROW YOUR JUDAISM

$20 per adult/$25 at the door • $10 per child/$15 at the door

August 16 2012

BARITONE PERFORMS

6:30 pm. Detroit Harmonie and Colors
Restaurant are hosting "Taste the World:
Greek Isles." $20. Appetizers at 6:30, dinner
at 7:30. RSVP by Aug. 22 on Facebook at
colorsdetroit or detroitharmonie.

t 248-737-8700

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Noon-8 pm, Wednesday and Thursday.
Paperbacks 25 cents, hardcovers 50 cents,
various media $1 at Huntington Woods
Library, 26415 Scotia. Information: www.
huntington-woods.lib.mi.us or 248-543-
9720.

TASTE THE WORLD

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SUNDAY, AUG. 26

7:30 pm. Cong. Beth Ahm in West
Bloomfield presents an informational meet-
ing about Chai Mitzvah, which provides the
structure to expand one's Judaism through
five steps: Learning about heritage, new
rituals, social action, monthly discussion and
celebration of achievement. Information:
Rabbi Steven Rubenstein, raysteven@cbahm.
org or 248-851-6880, ext.17.

SATURDAY, AUG. 25

WEIGHT LOSS IDEAS

8:30 a.m. DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
offers a free weight loss seminar at
Edgewood Country Club, 8399 Commerce
Road in Commerce Township. RSVP at www.
dmc.org/peoplesmedicalcollege or 1-888-
DMC-2500.

1 pm. Council of Orthodox Jewish Active
Retirees will show They Came For Good, a
history of the Jews in the U.S., 1820-1880.
$1. At Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-
4030.

TUESDAY, AUG. 28

GERSHWIN BIO

1 pm. The Judaica program facilitated by
Joe Tazelaar shows the movie The Story
of George Gershwin. $1. At Oak Park JCC.
Information: 248-967-4030.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29

FILM ATJCC

1:30 pm. Movie Bride Flight in the
Greenberg Suite at the West Bloomfield
JCC. $1. Information: 248-967-4030.

THURSDAY, AUG. 30

SINGER AND PIANIST

1 pm. Ciao Italia Concert with singer
Vladimir Murkis and pianist Rachel Kis. $1.
Noon lunch is $3. Non-refundable paid res-
ervations for lunch are due by Aug. 28. At
Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

HOW TO SEND IN LISTINGS: Send
listings by noon Tuesday, nine days
prior to publication. Email listings and
questions to calendar@thejewishnews.
corn. For telephone inquiries, call David
Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

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