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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.

Artist And Congregants To
Create Adat Shalom Mural

Adat Shalom Synagogue will host artist
Julie Wohl in a multi-generational cre-
ative program on Wednesday, Jan.16.
The project will focus on
the upcoming holiday of
Tu b'Shevat and caring
for the environment.
Adults and children of
all ages will work togeth-
er on parts of an artistic
collage that will be com-
Julie Wohl
pleted by Julie Wohl and
installed at Adat Shalom.
All will gather at 5:15 p.m. for an intro-
duction to the project by the guest artist.

This small group study will be followed
by the creation of a mural in which each
individual, even the very youngest, will
leave their "fingerprints?' A portion of
everyone's artwork will become part of the
mural that will live on at Adat Shalom.
Dinner is included as part of the pro-
gram, funded by the Hermelin Davidson
Foundation for Congregational School
Excellence.
Julie Wohl is a Jewish educator and art-
ist. She is the co-creator and illustrator of
the Siddur Mah Toy, as well as the illus-
trator of Simply Seder, both published by
Behrman House.
To RSVP, call (248) 626-2153 or email
tdvir@adatshalom.org by Jan. 11.

Much To Do!

FRIDAY, JAN. 11

MONDAY, JAN. 21

W. BLOOMFIELD CHAMBER

COJAR LUNCH, LEARN

7:30 am. Judge Kimberly Small will officiate
as the Greater West Bloomfield Chamber
of Commerce installs its new officers
at Heartland, 6950 Farmington Road.
Members, $10; others, $15. Roop Raj of Fox2
News will keynote. RSVP: 248-626-3636 or
www.westbloomfieldchamber.com .

Noon 1 pm. Council of Orthodox Jewish
Active Retirees' "Bring Your Own Lunch and
Learn" with Chaya Sarah Silberberg and her
continuing series on Pirkei Avot. $2. At Oak
Park JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

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CANCER THRIVERS KNIT

1:30 3 pm. Cancer Thrivers Network for
Jewish Women hosts knitting, crocheting
and camaraderie for fellow thrivers at the
West Bloomfield JCC. Free. RSVP: Miriam
Cohen, 248-670-0223 or miriampc@
comcast.net ; or Sharon Rocklin, 248-489-
9156 or ssrock@myway.com .

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SATURDAY, JAN. 12

BUY VINTAGE

9 am 3 pm. Royal Oak Jewelry and Vintage
Apparel Show features vendors of rare and/
or costume jewelry, vintage clothes and toys
at Royal Oak Farmers Market, 316 E.11 Mile.
$5; children under 12 are free.

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TUESDAY, JAN. 22

BOLSHEVIK WIFE

SUNDAY, JAN. 13

STITCH & KVELL

1 pm. Pomegranate Guild of Southeastern
Michigan, a group that studies and creates
Judaic needlework, will have a Stitch &
Kvell, showing off recent projects, at Prentis
Apartments in Oak Park. Information: Judy
Galperin, 248-661-5337.

MONDAY, JAN. 14

HERMITAGE FILM

2 pm. The movie The Hermitage Museum,
part III, facilitated by Joe Tazelaar in the
Greenberg Suite. $3. At West Bloomfield
JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

TUESDAY, JAN. 15

Bratina, undated
sapphire, emerald, ruby, garnet,
heartbreak

REMEMBER DETROIT?

1 pm. The film Detroit Remember When:
The Jewish Community. At Oak Park JCC.
Information: 248 -967- 4030.

House of Faberge
Russian, 1842-1918

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 16

PAINT-BY-NUMBERS

6 pm. Dan Robbins, a former graphic design-
er who created Paint-By-Numbers kits, will
speak on his book Whatever Happened to
Paint By Numbers? at the Detroit Historical
Museum. $10 (free for the museum's Society
members) RSVP: www.detroithistorical.org
or (313) 833-1801.

THE RISE & FALL

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THE COLLECTION OF THE VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

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

Faberge. The exhibition features more than 200 precious objects

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

THURSDAY, JAN. 17

NOW OPEN
ON TUESDAYS!

SINGER AND PIANIST

Noon lunch and 1 pm concert with
singer Yana Levovna and pianist Marty
Mandelbaum. Paid RSVP for lunch required
by Jan.15. Lunch is $3 and the concert is
$1. At Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-
4030.

to fame, highlighting his business savvy, artistic innovations

and privileged relationship with the Russian aristocracy.

DETROIT

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

OF ARTS

INSTITUTE

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, Julius Rappoport, workmaster, Bratina, undated, silver, gilt, enamel, sapphire, emerald, ruby,
garnet, blue topaz, pearl. VMFA. Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt (photo: T. Fullerton. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts).

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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23

LOOK INSIDE ISRAEL

1:30 pm. The movie Inside Israel: How
a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference
explores the positive characteristics of
Israeli society. In the Greenberg Suite at
West Bloomfield JCC. Information: 248-967-
4030.

ARAB SPRING & ISRAEL

7:30 pm. Zionist Organization of America-
Michigan Region presents Dr. Mordechai
Kedar, director of the Center for the Study
of the Middle East and Islam at Bar-Ilan
University in Ramat Gan, Israel, speaking
on "Israel's Future After the Arab Spring"
at Young Israel of Oak Park, a co-sponsor.
Also sponsored by Stand WithUs-Michigan.
Free. Information: kobi@mizoa.org or 248-
661-6000.

MARWIL FILM

7:30 pm. Prior to the Lenore Marwil Jewish
Film Festival April 7-18, see Bride Flight,
a drama with mature content about three
Dutch women flying to New Zealand after
World War II to meet their soon-to-be hus-
bands. $11. Shown at the Berman Center at
the West Bloomfield JCC. Tickets: 248 661
1900.

THURSDAY, JAN. 24

Discover the story behind the renowned House of Faberge, the

luxury brand created by preeminent artist and jeweler Karl

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1 pm. The movie Anna Larina about the wife
of the Bolshevik leader Nikolai Bukharin.
Facilitated by Joe Tazelaar. At Oak Park
JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

OAK PARK CONCERT

1 pm. "Bon Jour Paris" featuring singer
Claudia Hommel and pianist Stefan
Kukurugya. $2. At Oak Park JCC. Lunch at
noon for $3. Paid RSVP for lunch by Jan. 22;
248-967-4030.

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