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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.

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Much To Do!

YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR

SPRI\G 2014
TRUNK SHOW

SUNDAY, APRIL 6

Modern utilitarian details, tribal Influences,
and silhouettes as easy as the wind.

Don't miss this special opportunity
to view the collection.

THURSDAY, APRIL 3
FRIDAY, APRIL 4
SATURDAY, APRIL 5

CHANGES IN CLIMATE

1 - 2:30 pm. Henry N. Pollack, U-M professor

Center, Wayne State University. The Jews
of Detroit: Past, Present, Future." Free.
Transportation available free from West
Bloomfield and Oak Park JCC. Kosher lunch,
$15. RSVP for event and bus: 313-577-2679
or cohnhaddowcenter@wayne.edu .

of geophysics (emeritus) speaks on "Ice,
Water and Climate," examines global frames
about the nexus between ice, water and
climate, and the changes in each that are
already under way — and the implications for
Earth's future. The Eugene Perrin Endowed
Lectureship in Health Science and Peace
at Wayne State University will take place
at NextEnergy, 461 Burroughs St., Detroit.
Free. No RSVP necessary.

1 - 3:30 pm. D360 is a collaborative event

with University of Michigan Hillel, Hillel of
Metro Detroit and NEXTGen Detroit for col-
lege students to connect and engage with
young professionals and learn how they can
pursue their passion in Detroit. At the
M®dison Building,1555 Broadway, Detroit.
Free. RSVP: michiganhillel.org/event/d360.

SALLY'S

WOMEN'S WISDOM JOURNEY

1 - 5 pm. "Passover to Shavuot — A Woman's

Wisdom Journey?' Seven-week class. Also
offered Thursdays 7-9 pm at Downtown
Synagogue. Tuition scale: $150-$250.
Scholarships available. Call 734-635-9441.

TUESDAY, APRIL 8

DESIGN

SATURDAY, APRIL 12

BOUTIQUE

NOSH & KNOWLEDGE

Noon. Registered Dietitian Aarti Batavia
speaks on "Food as Medicine" at National
Council of Jewish Women/Greater Detroit
Office, 26400 Lahser, Suite 306, Southfield.
Dairy lunch. $10/members; $15/others.
RSVP: 248-355-3300, ext. 0.

Inside Orchard Mall
(Orchard Lake and Maple)
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
248.626.0886

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HIKERS SET FORTH

presents elder-law attorney Nancy C.
Nawrocki on "How To Make a Perfect Will
for Imperfect Children and Grandchildren."
At West Bloomfield JCC. $3. RSVP: Marilyn
Wolfe, 248-432-5471 or mwolfe©jccdet.org .

Jewish Hikers of Michigan meet at parking
lot across from Huron High School, 2727
Fuller Road. Bring backpacks, munchies and
water. Call: Eli Avny, 734-883-9522, Karen
Freedland, 734-971-0990; or email jewish.
hikers@gmail.com .

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9

CABARET NIGHT

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Noon - 1:30 pm. At Michigan State University.

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household.

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Laura Mercer, Nars, Kiehl's, Clarisonic, Darphin &
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Salon Nadwa 20% OFF ALL SERVICES for new clients

(excluding extensions, hair attachments, Kersten & brazilian
Blowout & green Peel)

Smashburger 20% OFF Purchase of $10 or more. Ad

must be presented for offer.

Steven Franklin Optics 20% OFF in stock frames w/

purchase of rx lenses

SUNDAY, APRIL 13

1 pm. At Furstenburg Park, Ann Arbor. The

PANEL ON HOLOCAUST

(Special orders excluded)

Oak. Free. Call 248-898-3230.

1 pm. JCC's Active Adult Department

complete framing Order

Marguerite 20% OFF (1) one item.

NEW PARENTS FAIR

11 am - 2 pm. At Beaumont Hospital, Royal

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SYMPOSIUM SET

9 am - 4 pm. At the McGregor Conference

CONNECT WITH DETROIT

Representative, Ginny Torresson-Berk,
will be instore on Thursday and Friday

FRIDAY, APRIL 11

"Using Testimonies in Study of the
Holocaust and Genocide." 7 - 9 pm "Gender
and Genocide: German Women in the Nazi
Killing Fields." Free. MSU Jewish Studies:
517-432-3493.

CSZ SENIORS CONCERT

6:30 pm. At Genitti's Hole-in-the-Wall

Dinner Theater,108 E. Main St., Northville.
Benefits Northville Sprouts Autism K-5.
Family-style meal; cabaret-style show. Doors
open 5:30 pm. Silent auction RSVP: 248-
349-0522. $35. Cash bar available.

TUESDAY, APRIL 15

1 pm. Shaarey Zedek Seniors presents the

BETH AHM SEDER

Varitones, an instrumental and vocal duet.
Free. Information: Janet Pont, 248-357-
5544 or jpont®shaareyzedek.org .

7 pm. Second night seder at Cong. Beth

Ahm in West Bloomfield led by Rabbi Steven
Rubenstein. Modern Haggadah, props, songs
and games will guide the seder. $47/adult;
$30/child ages 4-12; children 3 and under
are free. RSVP: 248-851-6880 or ablau®
cbahm.org .

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April 3 • 2014

JN

Hospice Program Seeks Volunteers
Hospice of Michigan, the largest nonprofit hospice and palliative care
organization in Michigan, is seeking volunteers in Southeast Michigan.
Volunteer Appreciation Week begins April 6 and HOM applauds the work of the
800 men and women who volunteer each year.
Some of the ongoing volunteer needs: military veterans, massage therapists,
hair stylists, manicurists, seamstresses and crafters to make memory bears,
people to bring cakes or cookies for special occasions and programs that feature
pets, music or aroma therapy.
To learn more or sign up as a volunteer, go to http://bit.ly/lh0EcsW or call
(888) 247-5701.

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