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Email listings and questions to calendar@thejewishnews.com. For telephone inquiries,
call David Sachs at (248) 351-5140.

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THURSDAY-SUNDAY, MAY 16-19

USED BOOK SALE

Various times. Commerce Township Library
used book sale will be Thursday,10 am-8
pm; Friday-Saturday, 10 am-4:30 pm;
Sunday, 1-3 pm. At 2869 N. Pontiac Trail.
Information: 248-669-8108 or www.
commercelibrary.info/friends.

FRIDAY, MAY 17

HONORING 90S

8 am. Rabbi Joseph Klein and Temple
Emanu-El in Oak Park honor members 90
years and older, adding this year Sybil Jones
and Barbara Yoffee. Information: 248-967-
4020.

ART EXHIBIT OPENS

5 - 8 pm. Level One Bank Gallery on
Woodward, two blocks south of Nine Mile,
Ferndale, shows new work of Claudia
Hershman and Janis Walker. Show continues
through July 8, Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm.

SUNDAY, MAY 19

WALK FOR DIABETES

10 am. The Third Annual Wing Lake Walk for
Diabetes takes place at Wing Lake School
(Maple between Telegraph and Franklin
roads, Bloomfield Twp). $15. Additional
donations welcome. Proceeds help seek a
cure for Type 1 Diabetes. Information: Diane
Orley, 248-737-6966.

TUESDAY, MAY 21

HADASSAH LUNCHEON

11:30 am-1:30 pm. Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah is hosting Nolan
Finley, editorial page editor, Detroit News,
speaking "Israel and the Middle East: An
Ever-Changing Neighborhood." At West
Bloomfield Library, 4600 Walnut Lake Road.
Light lunch. $8. RSVP: greaterdetroit@
hadassah.org or 248-683-5030.

BETH EL SENIORS

Noon. Author Michael Hauser will speak
on "The Movie Palaces of Detroit" at a lun-
cheon of the Ambassadors of Temple Beth
El in Bloomfield Twp. Open to the commu-
nity. $12. RSVP: Beverly Mitz, 248-642-5513
(no Saturday calls) or Betty Applebaum,
248-476-1775.

LUNCH & LEARN

Noon - 1pm. Cantor Meir Finkelstein speaks
on "The Jewish Calendar: When, What &
Why?" at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield.
$12. RSVP by May 20: Karen, 248-357-5544
or kdavis@shaareyzedek.org .

OAK PARK JCC FILM

1 pm. Music Box is about a lawyer who
defends her father who is accused of war
crimes, but there is more to the case than
she suspects. At Oak Park JCC. Information:
248-976-4030.

MEET THE AUTHOR

7 pm. Suzy Farbman will discuss her

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four uterine cancer, at Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Twp. Free. RSVP: Eileen Polk,
epolk@tbeonline.org or 248-865-0627.

HIP, KNEE TREATMENT

6 pm. Seminar on orthopedics and joint
replacement at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital,
44405 Woodward, Pontiac. RSVP: 800-372-
6094.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22

CSZ SISTERHOOD EVENT

SENIORS' LEGAL ADVICE

6:15 p.m. Celebrate the installation of
the Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood officers
and board of directors, including incom-
ing President Robin Lash, with dinner and
a musical presentation by Cantor Meir
Finkelstein. $25/Sisterhood members,
$36/others. RSVP by May 20: sisterhood@
shaareyzedek.org .

1 pm. Cong. Shaarey Zedek Seniors present
attorney Stephen Korn speaking on "How
Can I Help You? Common Questions for an
Attorney." Refreshments. To be eligible for
the monthly raffle, join the group; annual
dues are $10-$20. For information, contact
Janet Pont, 248-357-5544.

JAZZ AT THE J

1:30 pm. Vocalist Sheila Landis and her duo
perform "Sheila Sings Ella - A Tribute to
Ella Fitzgerald" at West Bloomfield JCC. $5.
Information: 248-967-4030.

LUNAR LEARN

7 pm. Bloomfield Township Temple Beth El's
Lunar Learn and Lunch and Learn series led
by Rabbi Keren Alpert concludes with a dis-
cussion of the morning prayer, "Eilu D'varim:
These Are the Obligations." Lunar Learn
meets May 22 at 7 pm; program repeated at
Lunch and Learn on May 23 at noon. Free.
RSVP: 248-851-1100, ext. 3142.

THURSDAY, MAY 23

ELDER-CARE INFO

10 am - noon. A business-to-business mix-
and-mingle to learn about Jewish Family
Service's Eldercare Solutions and network
with fellow senior service providers.

3 - 5 pm. People who have questions about
an older adult in their lives can meet
Eldercare Solutions' geriatric care manag-
ers.

Both events held at JFS, 6555 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield. RSVP by May 20: www.
eldercaresolutionsofmi.org/care-manager or
248-592-1944.

OAK PARK SHOW

Noon lunch and 1 pm. entertainment.
Jymi Dill performs at Oak Park JCC. Non-
refundable, paid RSVP for lunch May 21.
Lunch is $3 and the concert is $1. 248-967-
4030.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29

CONCERT SERIES

Various times. May Bash, a four-night vari-
ous-genre concert series and art exhibit at
the Phoenix Cafe, 24918 John R, Hazel Park,
to benefit the Hazel Park Art Festival (Sept.
28-29). Information: Steven Gamburd, www.
artisnormal@yahoo.com or (248) 376-7658,
or visit www.phoenixcafe.org .

TUESDAY, MAY 28

ART TALK

1 pm. Presentation by a docent from the
Detroit Institute of Arts at Oak Park JCC.
Information: 248-967-4030.

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6:30 - 8 pm. Learn about breast pumps,
returning to work and the law regarding
breastfeeding. Open to mothers-to-be and
new mothers. At Henry Ford Hospital's dem-
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8 pm. SPACE for Changing Families divorce
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THURSDAY, MAY 30

JCC ENTERTAINMENT

Noon lunch and 1 p.m. concert. With enter-
tainer Robin Beck at Oak Park JCC. Non-
refundable, paid RSVP for lunch by May 28.
$3 for lunch and $1 for concert. 248-967-
4030.

HEALTHY GREENS

1 - 3:30 pm. Learn how to use local greens
in meals and make your own smoothies in
Henry Ford Hospital cooking class. Address:
6777 W. Maple in West Bloomfield. $19 adult;
call for child admission. Classes fill quickly.
Information/RSVP: dk@hfhs.org or 248-325-
3890.

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BENEFIT FOR CLINIC

7 pm. "Magic Moments," an evening of
cocktails, dinner and live music and enter-
tainment to benefit the Dr. Gary Burnstein
Community Health Clinic, will take place
at the Carriage House at Pine Knob, 5580
Waldon Road in Clarkston. $150 per person
or $270 per couple. RSVP by May 20. For
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twmi.rr.com .

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