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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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Elaine Serling

Much To Do!

presents

FRIDAY, APRIL 11

SHABBAT DINNER

Saturday, May 10
8 p.m.

$15/Admission
$10/CC members and seniors

Enjoy an evening of
Broadway classics,
musical film favorites,
Yiddish and Hebrew
gems and original
works!

5:30 pm. Kabbalat Shabbat service and
dinner at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Southfield.
Nosh and shmooze followed at 6 pm by
musical service; dinner at 7:15. Dinner cost:
Adult members, $25; non-members, $35;
children, $5. RSVP: Tobye Bello, 248-357-
5544 or tbello@shaareyzedek.org .

JCC CONCERT

Noon lunch and 1 pm concert. With Robin
Beck at Oak Park JCC. $3.50 for lunch; $1
for the program. Paid RSVP for lunch due by
April 14. Information: 248-967-4030.

SUNDAY, APRIL 20

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'RIDICULOUSLY PuNst r

Tickets: ticketmaster.com , 800-982-2181 & Fisher Theatre box office.
Kids' Night on Broadway Wed., April 23, 8PM. info:
www.broadwayindetroit.com/kidsnight . Open Caption performance
IMPORTED FROM DETROIT .
Sun., April 21,1:30PM. Info: BroadwaylnDetroit.com & 313-812-1000.
Groups (12+): 313-811-1132 or e-mail Groups@BroadwaylnDetroit.com .
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Noon lunch and 1 pm concert. With Jim
Ayres at Oak Park JCC. $3.50 for lunch; $1
for the program. Paid RSVP for lunch due by
April 17. Information: 248-967-4030.

HOLOCAUST TALK

MEDIA ANTI-SEMITISM

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23

ORT Brings Back
Drag Queen Wingo

-BROADWAY 0 DETROIT SPONSORED BY

OAK PARK CONCERT

6:45 pm. In commemoration of Yom
HaShoah, Jeannette Olson, author of
Maybe One Day, will speak at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, sponsored by Glenn/Oak/South
ORT and the Adat Shalom Sisterhood.
Olson's book tells of her parents' six-year
flight from the Nazis. Information: Marilyn
Rubin (ORT), 248-646-4984, or Trudy Weiss
(Sisterhood), 248-855-9344.

KIDS' PLAYTIME

Fisher Theatre • April 22-May 4

Call for times. JCC's the Active Life trip to
the Michigan Science Center to visit butter-
fly exhibit and see The World of Butterflies
at the IMAX theatre. For prices, call Marilyn
Wolfe at 248-432-5471.

PASSOVER FUNDAY

9:30 am-12:30 pm. "Pesach Play Dates at
the Gan" for ages 18 months through pre-
K. At Cong. Beth Shalom in Oak Park. Also
April 24 and 25. Art, music, gym, games.

A DIVINE MUSICAL COMEDY.:

THURSDAY, APRIL 24

11 am 2 pm. At Joe Dumars Fieldhouse,
45300 Mound, Shelby Township. Sponsored
by Aish HaTorah. Ropes courses, mini-golf,
wall-climbing, laser tag, whirlyball, basket-
ball courts. Kosher for Passover lunch. $54
per family (up to four). $15 for each addi-
tional wristband. RSVP for all participants
age 6 and over. Those age 5 and under are
free. Call 248-327-3579.

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Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
D. Dan & Betty Kahn Building
Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Jewish Community Campus
6600 W. Maple Road • West Bloomfield, MI 48322

CSZ BOOK CLUB

1 pm. Join Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
and facilitator Jeannie Weiner for a discus-
sion of the book The Last Days of Summer
by Steve Kliger. Information: 248-357-5544
or sisterhood@shaareyzedek.org .

BUTTERFLY WORLD

THURSDAY, APRIL 17

For tickets, call 248.661.1900, go to theberman.org
or come to The Berman Center for the Performing Arts box office,
6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield

$15 a day. RSVP by April 11: Nicole Jahr,
248-547-7970, ext. 234 or
njahr@congbethshalom.org .

ORT America Michigan Region will
host "Drag Queen Wingo ... Not your
Bubbie's Bingo!" at 6 p.m. Wednesday,
April 30, at Congregation Beth Ahm
in West Bloomfield. Reservations and
a sense of humor are required for this
exclusive all-women's event.
Terri Steam and Forest Wolfe are co-
chairs for the evening of dinner, drinks,
entertainment and prizes, including the
VIP Dior Diva package that includes
premier seating and Dior gift bags for
10 guests.
Tickets start at $65 for an individual
player. Special pricing is available for
women under age 30.
Presenting sponsors are the
Suburban Collection, along with
Infiniti of Novi and Troy. Other Wingo
partners include 1-800 Hanson,
Southfield Pediatrics, Flagstar
Bank, Tamarack Camps, Joe Cornell
Entertainment, TONE-e Films, Pegasus
Entertainment and Justin Munter

7 8:30 pm. At West Bloomfield Library.
Seminar on how to recognize anti-Semitic
imagery and messages in mainstream
media. Free. Presenter Ruth Moss-
Katsnelson.

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Photography.
Last year's event raised more than
$65,000 to support ORT's global net-
work of schools and training programs
locally and in more than 60 countries.
For information or to register, visit
www.ortmichigan.org or call (248)
723-8860.

New JDate Haggadah
Has Interactive Features

JDate released its new interactive
Haggadah iBook that is available for
free download at www.jdate.com/
haggadah.
The book includes interactive fea-
tures, such as a hidden afikomen with
a real prize for those who find it, real
JDate profiles for the key players of
Passover (e.g. Pharaoh, Moses, etc.)
and hidden sound effects.
The Haggadah has all of the elements
of the traditional religious Seder, but
has adapted it for a modern tech world,
with several humorous pop culture ref-
erences sprinkled throughout.

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