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September 13, 2012 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-09-13

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 • 7:30 p.m.
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Much To Do!

THURSDAY, SEPT. 20

KIDS WITH DIABILITIES

7 pm. Co-author Janice Fialka of Huntington

Woods discusses her book Parents and
Professionals Partnering for Children with
Disabilities at Huntington Woods Public
Library, 26415 Scotia. RSVP requested.
Information: 248-543-9720 or
www.huntington-woods.lib.mi.us .

For more,,than 50 year
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deliglited audiences
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exquisite
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erformances.
xperience her
forgettable evening
of Broadway standards
including music by
Stephen Sondheim,
odgers and Hart,
eorge Gershwin and many more

HUMAN TRAFFICKING

7 pm. Lecture on "Human Trafficking — How

Do We Make a Difference?" by Lori Kitchen
of the Michigan Women's Foundation and
a survivor. At National Council of Jewish
Women Greater Detroit Section, 26400
Lahser, Suite 306, Southfield. Members free;
$5 others. RSVP: 248-355-3300, ext. 4, or
at www.ncjwgds.org .

LIVE IN CONCERT

or tickets call "248.661.1900—
0 to theberman.org

$5s / Admassio
$46 / Member

families and friends will show the Israeli
movie Lemon Tree, the story of a Palestinian
widow who must defend her lemon grove
when a new Israeli defense minister moves
next to her and threatens to have the grove
torn down. At Oak Park JCC. Information:
248-967-4030.

FOOD JUSTICE IN DETROIT

BOOKSTOCK DONATIONS

11 am-1 pm. Drive through and drop off used

books and media during Colossal Collection
Day at north side of West Bloomfield JCC
at the loading dock. Tax receipts provided.
Also, volunteer sorting every Wednesday, 10
am-2 pm. For other drop-off sites, visit www.
bookstock.info.

JEWISH HIKERS

1 pm. Jewish Hikers of Michigan and Temple

Beth Emeth converge at Furstenburg Park,
Ann Arbor. Information: Eli Avny, 734-883-
9522; Rabbi Lisa Delson, 734-665-4744;

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Send listings by noon Tuesday, nine
days prior to publication. Email listings
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For telephone inquiries, call David Sachs
at (248) 351-5140.

BEST * DELI * EVER

Southfield • 29920 Southfield Rd • Ph: 248-569-3354
Waterford • 101 N. Telegraph • Ph: 248-683-2244
Ypsilanti • 4003 Carpenter Rd • Ph: 734-677-7717
Detroit •17740 Woodward Ave • Ph: 313-865-3354
Detroit •15603 Grand River Ave • Ph: 313-836-3354
Redford • 26667 W. 8 Mile Rd • Ph: 313-387-4767
Livonia • 11320 Middlebelt Rd • Ph: 734-422-1100
Warren • 2201 E. 8 Mile Rd • Ph: 586-754-0055
Eastpointe • 20709 Kelly Rd • Ph: 586-285-5450
Lincoln Park • 2011 Southfield Rd • Ph: 313-386-3354
Coming Soon:
Clinton Twp • 34908 S. Gratiot • Ph 586-790-3354

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September 13 2012

OAK PARK JCC FILM

1 pm. Program for Holocaust survivors,

Arts docent in room 205, West Bloomfield
JCC. $3. Information: 248-967-4030.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 25

SHOULDER PAIN

6 pm. St. Joseph Mercy Oakland hosts a

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MONDAY, SEPT. 24

DIA DOCENT SPEAKS

Temple Emanu-El in Oak Park and Feet on
the Street Tours present a tour focusing
on food justice in Detroit. Depart from the
Southfield Library. For cost and to RSVP:
248-967-4020. CEU hours available.

Wishing all
our
Friends &
Customers

Al's Famous Deli • Royal Oak
32906 Woodward Ave
Ph: 248-549-3663

Circle Never Ends airs on Channel 7 hosted
by Eli Zaret. It repeats at 3:30 pm Sunday,
Sept. 30.

2 pm. Presentation by Detroit Institute of

SUNDAY, SEPT. 23

Hurtle

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE TV

5:30 pm. Friendship Circle documentary The

FRIDAY, SEPT. 21

9:30 am. Social Action Committee of

THE BERMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ART
Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan De
D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building
Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus
. Maple Road • West Bloomfield., MI 48322

jewish.hikers@gmail.com or
www.templebethemeth.org/section/hikers.

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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.

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free seminar on "Painful Shoulders: You
Do Have Options" in the hospital's Franco
Communications Center, 44405 Woodward,
Pontiac. Orthopedic surgeon Matt Bahu will
speak. RSVP: 800-372-6094.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 27

PIANO CONCERT

Noon. Lunch and 1 p.m. concert with pianist

Don Nadel at Oak Park JCC. Non-refundable
paid reservations for lunch due by Sept.
24. $3 for lunch and $1 for the concert.
Information: 248-967-4030.

• In addition, you may publicize your
event on the JN Facebook page at www.
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