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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.

ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, SCIENTISTS,
ANIIMATHEMATICAL SAVANTS.

Much To Do!

Lawrence Technological University
isn't for just anyone. We want
the future engineers, designers,
and scientists who will create the
innovations, communities, and
technological breakthroughs of
tomorrow.

FRIDAY, NOV. 15

If you believe that everything is
possible, and that possible is
everything, we want you at LTU.

Have your transcripts reviewed
and, if eligible, be admitted as an
undergraduate all in one day at
On-the-Spot Admissions Days -
Nov. 26, Dec. 10, and Jan. 7, 2014.
Transfer students welcome!

RSVP at www.onthespot.ltu.edu .
Classes start Jan. 13, 2014.

SUNDAY, NOV. 23

SPAMALOT PLAY

KOSHER COOKING CLASS

8 pm. Udi Kapen performs in Monty Python
musical, also staged Nov.16. At Pontiac High
Schoo1,1051 Arlene. Admission: $10; $7/senior
or student, with $2 discount for donation of
one of more canned goods. Information:
merwynel@aol.com or 248-624-3187.

7 pm. Rabbi Aaron Bergman will teach at
evening program with wine. For ages 21
and older. $36/couple. Send check, pay-
able to Adat Shalom Synagogue, to: 29901
Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
Information: 248-851-5100.

SATURDAY, NOV. 16

SUNDAY, NOV. 24

FAMILY HAVDALAH

FIND YOUR SHTETL

5:15 pm. "Saturday Night Lights" program,
including dinner and craft project, is geared
toward families with children in kindergarten
or younger, but older sibs welcome. At Adat
Shalom Synagogue, Farmington Hills. Free.
RSVP required: Debi, dbanooni@adatshalom.
org or 248-626-2153.

11 am. Ken Bravo speaks to the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Michigan on
"Locating Your Ancestors' Naturalization
Records and Using Them to Find Your
Family's Shtetl and Other Useful Information"
at the Holocaust Memorial Center in
Farmington Hills. JGSMI members free.
Others, $5. RSVP: www.jgsmi.org .

POSSIBLE IS EVERYTHING.

SUNDAY, NOV. 17

TOV FOR CHANUKAH

2 3:30 pm. Children, teens and adults invited
to join Federation Tikkun Olam Volunteers
(TOV) in assembling gift packages for Jewish
seniors at Cong. Shaarey Zedek in Southfield.
Drivers will deliver gifts after 3:30. $5
donation for materials requested. RSVP by
Monday, Nov.18. Information: 248-203-1474.

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JEWISH LEARNING DAY

Lawrence
Tech

THEORY

PRACTICE

Architecture and Design
Arts and Sciences
Engineering
Management

Lawrence Technological University
21000 West Ten Mile Road, Southfield, Ml 48075-1058
800.225.5588 I admissions©Itu.edu I www.LTU.edu

11 am. Three-part Jewish Book Fair event
includes brunch-and-learn with Rabbi Sidney
Schwartz ($18), Frankel Scholars Forum
featuring Prof. Deborah Dash Moore at 1 pm
and Rabbi Evan Moffic, author of Wisdom for
People of All Faiths, at 3 pm. Brunch RSVP
and information: 248-432-5462.

JP! AT CHANUKAH

2 3:30 pm. Book event with Jean Alicia
Elster, author of The Colored Car, for ages 8
and older. At Cary Loren's Book Beat, 26010
Greenfield, Oak Park. Information: www.
thebookbeat.com or 248-968-1190.

10 am 12:15 pm. Jewish Parents Institute's
holiday celebration includes food and singing.
Bring pennies to donate to the Tzedakah Fair
and one canned item for Yad Ezra in Berkley.
At West Bloomfield JCC's Teen Center. Free.
Information: Marilyn, mwolfe@jccdet.org ,
www.JPlsundayschool.org or 248-432-5471.

JEFF LORBER PERFORMS

YIOP CHANUKAH

7:30 pm. The Grammy Award-nominated art-
ist plays the same bill with flutist Alexander
Zonjic. At Trenton Village Theater, 2447 W.
Jefferson. $25. Information: www.dypac or
313-964-5050.

5 6:30 pm. "A Mad Science Chanukah
Festival" is theme of fun party featuring din-
ner with latkes, experiments and doughnut-
making. $7/member families; $10/others. At
Young Israel of Oak Park. Information: Atira
Kirshenbaum, atirakk2@gmail.com or 248-
884-7407.

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YA AUTHOR TALK

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HOLIDAY GIFTS

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Ends today. Shop for books and other
Chanukah treats during the Jewish Book Fair.
At the JCC's West Bloomfield and Oak Park
branches. Information: www.jccdet.org , 248-
661-1000 or 248-967-4020.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27

MONDAY, NOV.18

Noon 1 pm. "The Book of Ezekiel" is topic in
Prophets of the Hebrew Bible Series. Rabbi
Daniel Schwartz teaches at Temple Shir
Shalom, West Bloomfield. Free. Bring lunch;
coffee provided. RSVP: mel@shirshalom.org
or 248-737-8700.

LUNCH & LEARN

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FASHION TALK

7 pm. American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee's Entwine group for young adults
hosts "RISKy Business: How a Fashionista's
Start-Up is Changing the Fabric of Jewish
Poland." Sugar House, 2130 Michigan Ave.,
Detroit. Free craft cocktails and vegetarian
appetizers. RSVP: riskybusinessdetroit.
eventbrite.com .

HERALD WHOLESALE

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20

7:30 pm. Nancy Heinrich leads discussion
of Adjusting Sights by Haim Saboto for WAS
Women's Circle of Woodward Avenue Shul.
At a private home in Huntington Woods.
Information: Tamar, trhadar@gmail.com .

1765 West Maple I Troy, MI 48084 I 248.398.4560

heraldwholesale.com

Hours: Mon, Thurs. 9-7; Tue, Wed, Fri 9-5:30; Sat 9-4

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Through noon: Deadline to get advance
tickets to Latke Vodka 9, happening 9 pm-2
am Saturday, Nov. 30, at Royal Oak Music
Theater, 318 W. Fourth. Must be age 21 and
older. $20/advance; $25/door. A portion will
go to Federation's Annual Campaign. RSVP:
http://tinyurl.com/laru6v7. Information:
Rachel, 248-205-2545.

WOMEN'S BOOK CLUB

PREMIER BATH, LIGHTING & HARDWARE

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YOUNG ADULT PARTY

SINGLES DINNER

7 pm. A pre-Chanukah dinner for unmar-
ried people age 45 and older. At Grape
Leaves Restaurant in Franklin Plaza, 29181
Northwestern Hwy., Southfield. RSVP by
Nov. 25: Cindy, 248-542-9166.

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