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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26

U. Information: cohnhoddowcenter@wayne.
edu , 313-577-2679, or judaicstudies.wayne.edu/
events.

VILNIUS POETRY

Noon. Frankel Center for Judaic Studies pres-
ents speaker Laimonas Briedis from Vilnius
University. Topic: "Poetry and War: Vilnius
Cityscape in Translation." At University of
Michigan, School of Social Work Building,1080
E. University, Room 1636, Ann Arbor. Free.
Information: www.lsa.umich.edu/judaic/events.

VANISH HUNGER

7 pm. Yad Ezra presents reggae artist Matisyahu
plus Jewish a capella group Kol Hakavod from
U-M at Royal Oak Music Theatre. Tickets $36:
www.yadezra.org .

JAZZ AT THE J

1:30 pm. Cliff Monear and Johnny Trudell play
jazz in Handleman Hall. At West Bloomfield JCC.
$5. Information: Noemi, 248-967-4020.

THURSDAY, MARCH 27

JCC CASINO NIGHT

6:30 pm. At Oak Park JCC. Casino games, stroll-
ing dinner, raffle and Chinese auction. Proceeds
send kids to JCC's Camp Discovery. Pre-glow at
5:30 pm with magic show. Tickets: $125. RSVP
by March 26: 248-967-4030, www.jccdet.org or
jccdet.wufoo.com/forms/play-at-the-j.

LITERACY WORKSHOP

10 am noon. "Maximizing the Volunteer
Experience for Your Student ... And You," the
Detroit Jewish Coalition for Literacy's (DJCL)
free workshop at the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building in Bloomfield Twp. Panelists and a
video, "A Day in the Life of a DJCL Volunteer."
Free books for participants' students. RSVP:
Linda Foster, 248-642-2656 or foster@jfmd.org .

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12:15 pm. Frankel Center for Judaic Studies
Fellow Marjorie Lehman speaks on "Talmudic
Mothers and Talmudic Sons." At University of
Michigan, 202 S. Thayer, Room 2022, Ann Arbor.
Free. Information: www.lsa.umich.edu/judaic/
events.

HEALTH ALERT

IYENTL' AND ORTHODOXY

9 am 3 pm. At Michigan Science Center, 5020
John R, Detroit. "Keep Your Rear in the Clear!"
during National Colorectal Cancer Awareness
Month with a giant walk-through colon model on
display. Also Saturday, March 29,10 am-6 pm.
Ask the Doctor, noon-1 pm Saturday, with a colon

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3 pm. Cohn-Haddow Center for Jewish
Studies presents Ilan Fuchs Ph.D. of Bar-
Ilan U. on "Yentl and the Rabbis: Orthodoxy,
Modernity and Women's Education" at 2359
Faculty Administration Bldg. at Wayne State

Carl Levin To Be Feted
By JCC Association

U.S. Senator Carl M. Levin, D-Mich.,
and the chairman of the Senate Armed
Services Committee,
will receive the
Frank L. Weil Award
for Distinguished
Contributions to
the Armed Services
Field from the JCC
Association.
Sen. Carl
The award is being
Levin
bestowed for Levin's

7:30 pm. NEXTGen Detroit and the Woodward
Avenue Shul in Royal Oak host "Good Shabbos
Detroit" dinner. Optional Shabbat services at
6:30. $10 per person until midnight March 25;
$15 until midnight March 26. RSVP: Rachel
Taubman, taubman@jfmd.org or 248-205-2545.

BETH AHM GALA

5:30 pm. Cong. Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield
will honor the leadership of outgoing president
Risha B. Ring at a gala dinner with entertain-
ment by U-M's Jewish a capella group, Kol
Hakavod. $75. RSVP by March 21: 248-851-
6880.

CANTORS CONCERT

FRIDAY, MARCH 28

TALMUDIC FAMILY

NEXTGEN SHABBAT

SUNDAY, APRIL 6

7:30 p.m. JCC's Stephen Gottlieb Music Series
patron night will feature a Michigan Board
of Cantors concert "To Everything There Is a
Season," a journey through the Jewish holidays.
At Temple Israel, West Bloomfield. $32 for JCC
members and $42 for others. Tickets: 248-661-
1900; theberman.org ; or Berman box office at
West Bloomfield JCC.

BARBERSHOP CONCERT

1 pm. Classic Fit, a barbershop quartet, follow-
ing noon lunch at Oak Park JCC. Paid RSVP for
lunch ($3.50) due by March 25. Concert is $1.
248-967-4030.

cancer expert from Karmanos Cancer Institute.
Information: 800-527-6266.

long and devoted service to the country,
to its armed forces and to the values
of Jewish tradition. The award will be
presented at the JCCs of North America
Biennial in San Diego, March 28-April 1.
Levin also serves on the Committee on
Homeland Security and Governmental
Affairs. He has worked to maintain the
integrity of the word "rabbi" in the mili-
tary against those who preach theology
widely recognized as Christian and was
instrumental in ensuring reproductive
rights for women in uniform who were
victims of rape or incest.

SUNDAY, MARCH 30

YOGA HELPS JDRF

Various times. Yoga event to benefit the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation at Birmingham
Temple, Farmington Hills. Children's Yoga,12:30-
1:15 pm; All Levels Flow,1:30-2:30 pm; Healthy
Backs, 2:45-3:45 pm; Intro to Yoga, 4-5 pm. Kids,
$8/Adults $10 per class. Walk-ins $15 per session.
Pre-register by March 17: karen@yogahearts.com
or 248-229-6422. JDRF: 248-355-1133.

DADDY-DAUGHTER DANCE

5 pm. Men's Club of Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills' 10th annual Daddy-Daughter
Dinner Dance features pizza, sundae bar, photos,
and boutonnieres and corsages for pre-regis-
tered participants. For girls 3-13 and their dads
and grandfathers. $12 per person in advance
($15 for non-members); and $18 per person at
the door. Information: 248-851-5100.

TEENS 4 ISRAEL

MONDAY, APRIL 14

B'NAI MOSHE SEDER

6:45 pm. At Cong. B'nai Moshe, West Bloomfield.
Rabbi Elliot Pachter will lead a seder/dinner.
Activities for kids. $45 for members and their
guests; $55 for others; $25 for children 4-12.
RSVP by March 26: 248-788-0600.

TUESDAY, APRIL 15

BETH SHALOM SEDER

6:30 pm. Second night seder at Cong. Beth
Shalom in Oak Park. $36/adults; $18/ages 4-12.
RSVP by March 28: 248-547-7970.

6:15 pm. Join Teens 4 Israel for "Jewlarious."
Begin with a program at the Oak Park JCC and
then a show at Go Comedy! Improv Theater in
Ferndale. $10. RSVP: Kobi Erez, Kobi@mizoa.org
or 248-661-6000.

Kadima Grant Focuses
On Young Adult Patients

Kadima received a grant from the Jewish
Fund to provide specialized services to
young adults, ages 18-35, diagnosed with
co-occurring mental illness and sub-
stance abuse.
With this funding, Kadima has devel-
oped specialized services for young
adults that include individual and group
treatment, family sessions and psycho-
educational groups to help young adults
and their family members understand
and accept the diagnosis of mental ill-

ness. Included are a multitude of activi-
ties such as music, art, nutrition, exercise,
yoga, hygiene, smoking cessation and
socialization.
Kadima is a full-service, nonprofit
agency providing programs and ser-
vices to adult clients diagnosed with
schizophrenia, bipolar or schizoaffec-
tive disorders or chronic depression and
to children, ages 3-18 years, diagnosed
with serious emotional and behavioral
disorders. To access Kadima services, call
(248) 559-8235.

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