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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!

THURSDAY, JAN. 16

AVNER THE ECCENTRIC

7:30 9 pm. See mime/entertainer Avner
Eisenberg at Varner Recital Hall at Oakland
University in Auburn Hills. $10-$20. 248-370-
2030; mtd@oacland.edu .

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FRIDAY, JAN. 17

'SINGING TRUMPET'

1 pm. Chamber recital music provided by Ann
Arbor Symphony Orchestra musicians and guests.
Starts with reception. At the Jewish Community
Center of Washtenaw County, 935 Birch Hollow in
Ann Arbor. $10. Tickets: 734-994-4801.

SUNDAY, JAN. 19

AUDITIONS

12:30 pm. The Farmington Players is holding
tryouts for the Neil Simon comedy, Rumors. At
the Barn Theater, 32332 W.12 Mile in Farmington
Hills. Information: Barry, farmingtonplayers.org or
248-553-2955.

PAJAMA PARTY

1 3 pm. Kids can wear their favorite PJs to
a screening of Disney's Monsters, Inc. Also
lunch from Jerusalem Pizza. At Berman Center
for Performing Arts at West Bloomfield JCC.
Information/tickets: www.berman.org .

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MONDAY, JAN. 20

AKIVA OPEN HOUSE

8:45 10:45 am. Families of prospective students
for the 2014-15 school year, entering nursery
school through fifth grade, are invited to have
breakfast and watch classroom teachers in
action." At Akiva Hebrew Day School, 21100 W.12
Mile in Southfield. RSVP: Jordana.wolfson@akiva.
org or 248-386-1625, ext. 227.

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TUESDAY, JAN. 21

YIDDISH CLUB

CINEMA'S HATRED OF JEWS

7:30 pm. The program The New Anti-Semitism:
Coming Soon to a Theater Near You" will explore
hatred of Jews in American cinema. Includes a
diverse panel and video presentation. Sponsored
by Zionist Organization of America, Michigan
Region. At the Corners, 2075 Walnut Lake Road in
West Bloomfield. Free. Information: kobi@mizoa.
org or 248-661-6000.

JEWISH SEXUAL GUIDANCE

FRIDAY, JAN. 24

TUESDAY, JAN. 28

DSO BROADCAST

YIDDISH CONCERT

10:45 am. Broadcast of Detroit Symphony
Orchestra's Coffee Concert from Orchestra Hall
will feature conductor Leonard Slatkin and violin-
ist Hilary Hahn. At the Oak Park JCC. Information:
248-967-4030.

BETH EL FAMILY SHABBAT

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

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January 16 • 2014

YIDDISH CLUB

1 pm. Hit songs from the Yiddish theater are fea-
tured in A Bis'l Zun A Temple Israel Concert with
Cantor Michael Smolash. Shown in the Teen Center
at the West Bloomfield JCC. Information: 248-967-
4030.

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YIDDISH FILM

6 pm. Frankel Center for Judaic Studies presents
Vu iz Mayn Kind? (Where is My Child) on Yiddish
Film Night. At University of Michigan, 202 S.
Thayer, Room 2022. Free. Information: www.lsa.
umich.edu/judaic/events.

SATURDAY, JAN. 25.

BETH EL TOT SHABBAT

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29

9:30 a.m. Informal service in Temple Beth El cha-
pel in Bloomfield Twp. for young children and their
families. Also crafts. Information: 248-865-0612.

MUSIC OF YESTERDAY

ARCHBISHOP TO SPEAK

10:30 a.m. Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Twp.
welcomes Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron
at Shabbat services. He will speak on "Reckoning
Our Lives by the Seven-Day Week: The Wisdom
of the Descendants of Abraham." Information:
Barbara Grant, 248-851-1100, ext. 3149.

HEAR DICK HAEFNER

7 pm. Detroit Institute of Arts volunteer Boyd
Chapin will explore meanings behind the images
of women seen in the DIA's collection at a Temple
Kol Ami Sisterhood program. At TKA, West
Bloomfield. RSVP: tkasisterhood@hotmail.com and
include "DIA" in the subject line. Free; refresh-
ments provided. Information: Connie Silver, 248-
851-2149.

MONDAY, JAN. 27

2 pm. Naomi Pinchuk is new group's facilitator. At
the West Bloomfield JCC, Room 205. Information:
248-967-4030.

JERUSALEM ARCHAEOLOGY

WOMEN IN ART

4 pm. Outing to Ann Arbor for pianist Denis
Matsuev's performance in Hill Auditorium. Bus
will leave from both JCC locations: 2 pm from Oak
Park and 2:30 pm from West Bloomfield. $40.
RSVP required: Ben, 248-967-4030.

12:15 pm. Frankel Center for Judaic Studies Fellow
Evyatar Marienberg lectures on "Traditional Jewish
Sexual Guidance Through History." At University
of Michigan, 202 S. Thayer, Room 2022. Free.
Information: www.lsa.umich.edu/judaic/events.

SUNDAY, JAN. 26

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22

PIANO CONCERT

THURSDAY, JAN. 23

1 pm. Naomi Pinchuk is new group's facilitator. At
the Oak Park JCC. Information: 248-967-4030.

4 pm. Frankel Center presents lecture by a
University of Tennessee Judaic studies profes-
sor. Topic: The Archaeology of Jerusalem: Filling
the Space Between Nationalism, Religion and
Capitalism." At University of Michigan, 202 S.
Thayer, Room 2022. Free. Information: www.lsa.
umich.edu/judaic/events.

be one of two honorees. Also seeking clergy to
be part of the formal processions and children
in grades 3-8 to serve as Children of Peace.
Information: Gail Katz, gailkatz@comcast.net .

9:30 am. Dick Haefner, news director at WJR-AM,
will speak at the Sunday Morning Breakfast Series
of Temple Beth El Brotherhood in Bloomfield Twp.
Free. Optional breakfast at 9 am at a nominal
charge. Information: Barbara Grant, 248-851-1100,
ext. 3149.

1:30 pm. Take a walk down memory lane, listen-
ing to music of the 1920s and '30s. At West
Bloomfield JCC's Greenberg Suite. Information:
248-967-4030.

IRAQI JEWS

4 pm. Frankel Center for Judaic Studies presents
lecturer Orit Bashkin from University of Chicago.
Topic: "Others, Brothers: Iraqi Jews and the Iraqi
State,1864-1951." At University of Michigan, 202
S. Thayer, Room 2022. Free. Information: www.lsa.
umich.edu/judaic/events.

FIND YOUR ROOTS

7 pm. Prof. De Witt Dykes from Oakland
University's History Department will present a
genealogy program. At Southfield Public Library,
26300 Evergreen. Information: www.
southfieldlibrary.org or 248-796-4224.

DONATE TO BOOKSTOCK

THURSDAY, JAN. 30

11am 1pm. Donate used books, books on tape,
records, video, CDs and DVDs on a special collec-
tion day for Bookstock, a used book and media
sale. Tax receipts provided. Drop-off donations
at the loading dock, near the north side nursery
school entrance, at the West Bloomfield JCC.
Information: www.bookstock.info.

Noon. Lunch followed by Soprano Yana Levovna
with Martin Mandelbaum at 1 pm. At Oak Park
JCC. Prepaid lunch ($3.50) due by Jan. 28; $1 for
concert. Information: 248-967-4030.

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WORLD SABBATH

4 pm. Hartford Memorial Baptist Church,18700
James Couzens in Detroit, hosts the annual World
Sabbath of Reconciliation. Rabbi Dorit Edut will

LUNCH & CONCERT

PLAY GAMES

1 3 p.m. Play mah Jong, canasta, bridge and more
with your friends. Other options: learn "Wii" bowl-
ing; play table tennis with Marilyn. In the Teen
Center at West Bloomfield JCC. Information: 248-
967-4030.

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Klezmer, Arabic Music
Paired In Concert
Manresa Jesuit Retreat
House, 1390 Quarton Road in
Bloomfield Hills, will offer the
third in its 2013-14 four-concert
series 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26,
followed by an afterglow.
Manresa's associate director
Hugh Buchanan described this
concert as a pairing of Jewish
folk music with Arabic-themed
music performed, in turn, by the
Klezmer Fusion Band (KFB) and
Wisaal, an Arabic word meaning
links or unities.
"We thought it would be inter-
esting and timely:' Buchanan
said, "to compare and contrast
these traditional genres within
the unifying power of art:'
KFB draws its music from
Yiddish, Israeli/Hebrew and reli-
gious sources. Songs are inter-
preted accurately and sensitively
because of the vocalist's knowl-
edge of Hebrew and Yiddish.
Traditional ethnic and folk
instruments, such as a clarinet,
mandolin or acoustic guitar, give
the music an Old World feel.
These instruments are backed
by a professional jazz rhythm
section, including keyboards,
bass and drums. Jazz, Latin,
Caribbean and rock & roll
rhythms enliven the tunes with a
contemporary, "danceable" feel.
The result is klezmer fusion,
bridging Old World and New
World sounds.
To order tickets or for further
information, visit www.
manresa-sj.org or call (248) 644-
4933, ext. 810.

Tu B'Shevat Dinner
Slated At Ohel Moed
Ohel Moed of Shomrey Emunah
and Bnei Akiva West Bloomfield
invite the community to a Tu
B'Shevat dinner with family and
friends Friday, Jan. 17, at the
synagogue, 6191 Farmington
Road in West Bloomfield.
The evening will feature a
lecture by Rabbi Elimelech
Goldberg of the nonprofit Kids
Kicking Cancer as well as a
children's program by West
Bloomfield shlichim Ohad Stern
and Or Gerzik.
The evening starts with a
Kabbalat Shabbat at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 6:10 and
the lecture at 7:30. Tickets are
$18 per adult, $10 per child;
children under 4 are free.
For information, call Susan
Schulman at (248) 231-3898 or
(248) 626-0458.

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