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Much To Do!

SUNDAY, NOV. 4

KIDS' DRAMA CLUB

CAREGIVER SUPPORT

4:30-5:30 pm. Sara and Morris Tugman

1:30-3 pm. Brown Jewish Community Adult

Bais Chabad Torah Center in West
Bloomfield presents dramatic arts to help
children's inner confidence bubble to the
surface on Sundays, Nov. 4-Dec. 2. A Jewish
story each week will provide Jewish values
and good laughs. Included is rehearsing for
the Chanukah musical, Tuesday, Dec.11, at
the Chanukah Wonderland in Orchard Mall.
Information: 248-855-6170.

Day Care Center welcomes family caregivers
of individuals with Alzheimer's disease or a
related diagnosis at JVS, 29699 Southfield
Road in Southfield. Free, but RSVP required
to facilitator Dorothy Moon, 248-233-4392.

MONDAY, NOV. 5

Imperial Peter the Great
Easter Egg, 1903
gold, diamond, ruby, sapphire,
revolution

OAK PARK JCC FILM

1 pm. The program for Holocaust Survivors
and Families will show the film Simon
Konianski at its Ruth Kent Video Series at

House of Faberge
Russian, 1842 —1918

the Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-
4030.

AUDITION NOTICE

A
B
E
THE RISE & FALL

6:30 pm. Tryouts for Pulitzer Prize-winning
drama Rabbit Hole at Farmington Players

Barn, 32332 W. 12 Mile, Farmington Hills.
Weekend performances start mid-February.
Information: farmingtonplayers.org or 248-
553-2955.

THE COLLECTION OF THE VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

OCTOBER 14, 2012 - JANUARY 21, 2013
DETROIT INSTITUTE OF ARTS

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7

Discover the story behind the renowned House of Faberge, the

luxury brand created by preeminent artist and jeweler Karl

CANCER THRIVERS YOGA

Faberge. The exhibition features more than 200 precious objects

6-7 p.m. Cancer Thrivers Network for

from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and traces Faberge's rise

Jewish Women will host a gentle heal-
ing yoga class with Barbara Swab at the
West Bloomfield JCC. $5, payable at the
door. Chairs available for those who do
not want to do floor exercises. RSVP
to Sandy Schwartz, 248-851-4616 or
SandyRSchwartz®hotmail.com .

to fame, highlighting his business savvy, artistic innovations

and privileged relationship with the Russian aristocracy.

DETROIT
INSTITUTE

Despite the firm's abrupt end in 1918, the name Faberge

OF ARTS

continues to hold a place in the popular imagination. I dia.org

The exhibition is organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, in collaboration with the Detroit Institute of Arts. In Detroit,
the exhibition is supported by the City of Detroit. Educational programming is provided by the GM Foundation. House of Faberge,
Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster, Imperial Peter the Great Easter Egg. 1903, gold, platinum, diamond, ruby, enamel, bronze, sapphire,
watercolor. ivory, rock crystal. VMFA. Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt (photo: K. Wetzel. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts).

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November 1 • 2012

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LUNG HEALTH

8:30 am. St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
Hospital physicians offer presentation for
Lung Cancer Awareness Month in Rainforest
Cafe at Great Lakes Crossing, 4000 Baldwin
in Auburn Hills. Free. Pre-registration pre-
ferred: 800-372-6094.

HOLIDAY EATING

6-9 p.m. Beaumont Health System pres-

ents "Holidays Without Heartburn and How
Not to Gain 10 Pounds" providing well-
ness and nutritional advice and cooking
demonstrations at Sola Life & Fitness, at
the Beaumont Health & Wellness Center,
1555 E. South Blvd., Rochester Hills. Free.
Information: 248-267-5600.

'PROFESSOR' SPEAKS

7-9 pm. Daniel Massie — "The Professor"
— will give a series of eight Tuesday talks
beginning Nov.13 on "Finding the American
Dream." His lively lectures are free and are
at Claymoor Apartments, 29260 Franklin
Road, Southfield. Space is limited; prior
RSVP required: 248-331-6511.

WEDNESDAY, NOV, 14

SOUL CONCERT

6:30 pm. Root Doctor plays a mix of classic

soul and R & B alongside traditional blues
at the Southfield Public Library, 26300
Evergreen. $3; children under 12, free. For
information, call the guest services desk at
248-796-4224.

FAMILY SHABBAT

ZOA ON ELECTION

6 pm. Temple Beth El in Bloomfield

Township will host a family Kabbalat
Shabbat service with participation by fifth-
grade religious school students followed by
a pasta and pizza dinner. Cost of dinner is
$8 per person. RSVP: 248-865-0612.

7:30 pm. Morton Klein, national president of
Zionist Organization of America, will discuss
"Impact of the U.S. Elections on Israel and
the Middle East" at Adat Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington Hills. Free. Information: kobi®
mizoa.org or 248-661-6000.

SUNDAY, NOV. 11

THURSDAY, NOV, 15

ROYAL OAK TRIP

HEALTHY COOKING

2 pm. Center Travel bus trip for comedy,
Back on the Couch at Stagecrafters in Royal

6:30-8 pm. See and sample "Appetizers for
Entertaining" prepared in Demonstration
Kitchen at Henry Ford Hospital, 6773 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield. Charge: $19. RSVP
required: dk@hfhs.org or 248-325-3890.

Oak and dinner at Lily's Seafood. Depart/
return at both JCCs. $92 or $82 JCC mem-
ber, includes lunch. RSVP required: 248-
432-5471.

MONDAY, NOV, 12

CANCER MENTORS

11 am. Cancer Connection at Jewish Family

Keep your company top of mind with our readers.

TUESDAY, NOV. 13

Service, 6555 W. Maple Road in West
Bloomfield will train new peer mentors. If
you are a cancer survivor and want to sup-
port someone newly diagnosed, contact
Shira at cancerresources®jfsdetroit.org or
248-592-3963.

HOW TO SEND IN LISTINGS:

Send listings by noon Tuesday,

nine days prior to publication.

Email listings and questions to

calendar@thejewishnews.com .

For telephone inquiries,

call David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

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