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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.

Much To Do!

FRIDAY, APRIL 19

VOLUNTEER SHABBAT

Evening. Longtime volunteers Don and
Marilyn Kaczander Cohen will receive a
special tribute at annual Shabbat service
honoring volunteers at Temple Emanu-El in
Oak Park. Call for time of service: 248-967-
4020.

SATURDAY, APRIL 20

per lecture; JCC member pays $22 series,
$9 per lecture. Information: www.theberman.
org or 248-661-1900.

WISDOM OF JUDAISM

7:30 pm. "Parents, Grandparents &
Siblings" is first lecture in Rabbi Joseph
Krakoff's returning series, "Acting Justly
and Righteously," at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
in Southfield. Also meets April 29, May
6. Free. Drop-ins welcome. Information:
Karen, kdavis@shaareyzedek.org or 248-
357-5544.

CHILDREN'S CONCERT

11 am. Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Assistant Conductor Teddy Abrams will play
clarinet with his ensemble, the Sixth Floor
Trio, at the Max M. Fisher Music Center in
Detroit. Tickets to "It's a Small World: A
Musical Voyage" begin at $20; call 313-576-
5111; or visit dso.org .

SUNDAY, APRIL 21

J-SERVE DAY

All day. More than 200 Metro Detroit
students, grades 6-12, will volunteer at
J-Serve, an International Day of Jewish
Service. It's not too to late sign up for a
Detroit project. Contact: Jodi Gross, Adat
Shalom Synagogue, jgross@adatshalom.
org , 248-626-2153; Danny Bittker, BBY0-
Michigan, 248-432-5686, dbittker@bbyo.
org . Information: jservedetroit.org .

—Phyllis Pazner, Fox Run resident

GIFT OF LIFE

8 am 2 pm. Blood drive at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield, co-sponsored by
CSZ Men's Club and Temple Beth El's
Brotherhood. For donors age 17 and
older with ID. Schedule appointment with
Martha: mgoldberg@shaareyzedek.org or
248-357-5544.

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DINING OUT FOR LIFE

All day. Dine at participating Metro Detroit
restaurants and a portion of the food
tab will benefit Michigan AIDS Coalition.
Restaurant list: www.diningoutforlife.com/
detroit. Information, Shanthi: 248-545-3313.

FOOD & FILM

Noon, lunch; 1 pm movie. Next Stop
Greenwich Village is about an aspiring
Jewish actor in 1953 who seeks his fortune
in bohemian New York City. At Oak Park
JCC. Non-refundable $3 paid reservation
for lunch required by April 23. Information:
248-967-4030.

FRIDAY, APRIL 26

REBECCA ROSEN

1 pm. Community event to honor the
memory of Jews who perished in the
Shoah. Sponsored by Holocaust survivors
and next generations in the United Jewish
Organization. At Oak Park JCC. Information:
Lillian Schostak, 248-444-8887.

9:30 am-noon. Spiritual medium Rebecca

JEWISH CINEMA

6 pm. The "Cinema Toy: Detroit Jewish
Film Lab" series continues with Blacks and
Jews at Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
in Detroit. Film documentary explores
relationships and tensions between both
communities. A discussion will follow. Free.
Information: 313-962-4047.

MONDAY, APRIL 22

7:30 pm. Seminars for Adult Jewish
Enrichment's 'Uourneys in Judaism" series
begins with Rabbi Dr. David Ellenson's
lecture "Jewish Pluralism: Are There
Limits?" At Berman Center, adjoining West
Bloomfield JCC. Also: dessert reception and
book sale and signing with speaker. Next
speakers: May 6 and 20. $28 for series, $11

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SCHOLAR AT TEMPLE

Through April 28. Temple Emanu-El in
Oak Park presents four lectures by author
Dr. Joel Hoffman, scholar-in-residence.
Charge for Shabbat dinner Friday and lunch
Saturday; lectures are free. Still seeking
Scholar Weekend supporters and patrons as
sponsors. Information: 248-967-4020.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 25

Rosen is the keynote speaker at Kadima's
Healthy Body/Healthy Mind event, a ben-
efit for its child and adolescent program.
At Maple Theater in Bloomfield Twp. $75.
RSVP: 248-559-8235, ext.118, or www.
kadimacenter.org .

MUSIC & MOTZI

5:30 pm. Cong. Shaarey Zedek hosts multi-

generational Shabbat dinner, followed at
6:45 by a musical Kabbalat Shabbat ser-
vice. Dinner: $25 adult; $35 non-member
adult; free for child. RSVP by April 22:
Martha, 248-357-5544 or mgoldberg@
shaareyzedek.org .

DINNER, WORSHIP

7 pm. Shabbat dinner and service led by

Cong. T'chiyah Rabbi Shawn Zevit and mem-
bers of Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue.
At IADS, Detroit. Volunteers needed for
dinner set-up/clean-up. RSVP by April 23:
Syma, syma.echeandia@gmail.com . $10.
Send check, payable to Cong. T'chiyah, to:
15000 W.10 Mile, Oak Park, MI 48237; attn.:
Mark Goldsmith Kamin. Information: 248-
542-0900 or 313-962-4047.

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