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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. PLEASE NOTE:
The deadline for the Dec. 26 JN will be Dec.17. There will be no calendar in the Jan. 2 JN.

DONATE USED BOOKS AND MEDIA NOW

All kinds of gently used books plus audiobooks,
videos, records, cds and dvds

Much To Do!

THURSDAY, DEC. 5

PURPLE GANG SPEAKEASY?

7-9 pm. On this 80th anniversary of
Prohibition, Preservation Detroit and WSU
Department of Anthropology reveal their
findings at a party at Tommy's Detroit Bar
and Grill, 624 Third. $10. Information:
mchristiansen@preservationdetroit.org .
RSVP: must pre-pay at http://bitly/1iRd2sU.

FRIDAY, DEC. 6

LARGEST POTTERY SALE

Friday-Sunday, Dec. 6-8. The 38th Annual
Potters Market with the works of 135 potters
at the OF & CW Union Hall, 876 Horace Brown
Drive, Madison Heights. Free. Friday,10 am-8
pm; Saturday,10 am-6 pm; Sunday,10 am-5
pm. Preview sale Thursday, Dec. 5, 6-9 pm is
$10. Information: 248-554-5570 or www.
thepottersnnarket.conn.

ookstock.

Hills on "Negotiations with the Palestinians
and Iran, a Path to Peace or War?" Free.
Information: kobi@mizoa.org or 248-661-6000.

USED BOOK AND MEDIA SALE

SUPPORTING THE NEED TO READ

TUESDAY, DEC. 10

CAREGIVER SUPPORT

DRIVE-THRU & DROP-OFF LOCATION
JCC West Bloomfield loading dock

Various times. Dorothy & Peter Brown
Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
offers caregiver support group meetings.
Daytime groups are for family caregivers of
those with dementia. Evening groups are for
family caregivers of all older adults.

December 8, 2013 — 11:00am-1:00pm

ADDITIONAL DROP—OFF SITES
Jewish Community Center, Oak Park
Jewish Community Center, West Bloomfield
Laurel Park Place, Livonia
Sarah and Ralph Davidson Hadassah House, West Bloomfield

• At Fleischman Residence, 6710 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield: Thursday, Dec.19, 2-4 pm;
and Monday, Dec. 23, 7-9 pm. RSVP: Fran
Cook, 248-592-5032, fcook@jsImi.org .

• At JVS, 29699 Southfield Road, Southfield:
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1:30-3:30 pm; and Monday,
Dec.16, 5:30-7 p.m. RSVP: Dorothy Moon,
248-233-4392, dmoon@jvsdet.org .

FOR EXACT DATES AND HOURS

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www.bookstock.info • 248-645-7840 ext. 365 •

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11

SUNDAY, DEC. 8

CRAFTS AT HARRISON

10 am-2 pm. Harrison High School, 29995
12 Mile, Farmington Hills, holiday bazaar and
craft fair supporting the DREAM Project.
Information: Vicki Palmer, 248-426-4663,
vicki.palmer@farmington.k12.mi.us .

BOOKSTOCK COLLECTION

11 am-1 pm: Drive through and drop off dona-
tions of used media for the Bookstock sale. At
West Bloomfield JCC, north side loading dock.
Tax receipts provided.

JEWISH IMMIGRATION

2:30 pm. Howard Lupovitch, director Cohn-
Haddow Center for Judaic Studies, Wayne
State University, speaks on "Coming to
America: The Eastern European Wave (part
of the Golden Dream: The Jewish Journey
from Europe to America Symposium)" at
Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills.
Sponsored by Federation's Alliance for Jewish
Education, FedEd. Information: 248-205-2557.

SYMPHONY CONCERT

3 pm. Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony at
Temple Israel in West Bloomfield. Tickets at
door or www.bbso.org or 248-352-2276.

BINGO AT BETH AHM

7 pm. Sisterhood of Cong. Beth Ahm in West
Bloomfield hosts Bingo. Doors open at 6:15
p.m. $20 includes one card per game, or pur-
chase more. Information: harvshel@gmail.
corn or 248-864-8460.

BOOK CLUB (CORRECT TIME)

Noon. Discuss The Art Forger by Barbara A.
Shapiro, facilitated by Marilyn Schelberg, in
the Henry & Delia Meyers Library at West
Bloomfield JCC. Information: 248-432-5546.

MUSICAL AFTERNOON

1 pm. Shaarey Zedek Seniors meet at
Southfield shul to hear Gennady and Tatiana
Zut on balalaika and piano playing classical,
Russian and Yiddish music. Refreshments.
Information: Janet Pont, 248-357-5544.

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DSO BROADCAST

10:45 am. Live DSO broadcast from
Orchestra Hall at the Oak Park JCC.
Conductor Mei-Ann Chen and pianist
Marc-Andre Hamelin feature Mozart and
Mendelssohn. Information: 248-967-4030.

KABBALAT SHABBAT

6 pm. Family Kabbalat service at Temple
Beth El in Bloomfield Twp. Followed by a
pasta and pizza dinner. Cost of dinner: $8
per person. RSVP: 248-865-0612.

GOOD SHABBOS DETROIT

7 pm. NEXTGen Detroit partners with a syn-
agogue each month for a NEXTGen Shabbat
experience. This month at Downtown
Synagogue. RSVP: http://bit.lynaZvdbl .

ANIMAL TREATMENT

9:30 am. Babies, toddlers, parents and
grandparents will celebrate Tot Shabbat
followed by crafts at Temple Beth El in
Bloomfield Twp. Information: 248-865-0612.

SUNDAY, DEC. 15

BROTHERHOOD EVENT

9:30 am. Jeffrey !merman, co-founder

Calendar on page 20

MUSIC BY

BOOK AND LYRICS BY

Including the classic songs

TOT SHABBAT

7:30 pm. Morton Klein, national president of
the Zionist Organization of America, speaks
at Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington

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FRIDAY, DEC. 13

MONDAY, DEC. 9

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SATURDAY, DEC. 14

Noon. Rabbi Leiby Burnham discusses "The
Ethics of Animal Treatment" at Downtown
Synagogue lunch and learn. Pizza provided
by Partners in Torah.

REMEMBER TO SHOP OUR SALE APRIL 27-MAY 4, 2014

"Try to Remember"
"Soon It's Gonna Rain"

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Tom Jones Harvey Schmidt

Based on Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand

Half-Price
6- 22 ostuptnnit,Nerig1h2th

Advance Tickets: $18 ea I At-the-Door: $2 more
All shows at 8 pm except Sundays at 2 pm No late seating
415 S Lafayette Ave Royal Oak 48067
All seats reserved I Visa / MC accepted
Tickets at 248-541-6430 or online at

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