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Pot Luck Supper & Open Mikes Nite-6:3Opm COME - Bring food & your music to share: Women's Cultural Center, Poor Women's Paradise CoffeeHouse, 946 7 Mile, Vi block east of Woodward, Detroit. "Leaining Exchange Meeting-educationalcooperative and resource center; 4pm every 4th Sunday of the month, 802 Monroe St. (AA) Krishna Yoga Feast & Festival-4pm, 718 W. Madison (AA), 665-6304, Free. ♦Planetarium Show-Museum of Natural History; 3pm, 25 cents, corner of Washtenaw & N. University (AA), 764-0478. Jazz w Ars Nova-5-9pm, Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw Jazz-Rainbow Room-Shelby Hotel (Detroit): Eddie Nuccilli's seventeen-piece Plural Circle; 9 to Midnight; $2. MONDAY Ann Arbor City Council Meeting-7:30pm at Ann Arbor City Hall, Huron & 5th Ave. HRP Steering Committee Meeting-5:3Opm at 516 E. William, above Campus Bike Shop. Free Legal Aid-7-10pm at the Free People's Clinic, 761-8592. ♦Roller Skating-sponsored by Model Cities Youth Development Team; 7-10pm, 15 cents, Slauson Jr. High School. Teen Night-Ann Arbor Community Center Teen Drop-In. Get involved in various activities; drama, dance, art, ping-pong, billiard, pool, bumper pool, cards, etc. 7-9pm. Free. TUESDAY Gay Liberation Front Meeting-8pm at 3rd floor conference room South Wing, Michigan Union, 761-2044. Cable 3-Ann Arbor City Council Meeting; 8:3Opm, Replay of Monday's meeting. Free Pap Tests-in the morning at St. Joe's, Cali 668-8857 for more information. ♦Basketball-sponsored by Model Cities Youth Development Team, 7-10pm, Free, Slauson Jr. High School. Summer Lunch Program-at Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw, $1.50. WEDNESDAY GAWK meeting-Gay Awareness Women's Kollective; 8pm at 3rd floor conference room South Wing, Michigan Union, 7634186, all women welcome. . C( T 05 Roller Skating- Sponsored by Model Cities NÈÉK 7-10pm, 15 cents, Slauson Jr. High. THURSDAY HRP City Committee Meeting-6:30pm in office at 516 E. William, above Campus Bike Shop. ♦Model Cities Policy Board Meeting-the lst & 3rd Thursday of the month at Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main, 8pm. BasketbalI-sponsored by Model Cities YDT, 7-10pm, Free, Slauson Jr. High School. Teen Night-Ann Arbor Community Center Teen Drop-In. 7-9pm, Free. Summer Lunch Program-at Trotter House, 1443 Washtenaw, $1.50. FRIDAY ♦Picket Wrigjey-Lettuce, Grape, and Gallo Boycott; 3:30-5:30pm, rides leave from north side of Michigan Union at 3:1 5pm. ♦Roller Skating-sponsored by Model Cities YDT; 7-10pm, 15 cents, Slauson Jr. High. SATURDAY ♦Planetarium Show-3pm, 25 cents, at Museum of Natural History, corner of Washtenaw & N. University, (AA), 764-0478. ♦Picket Wrigley & Village Corner-Lettuce, Grape & Gallo Boycott; rides to Wrigley from Village Corner, 1 l-3pm. ♦Poetry in the Park-Scheduled readings & audience participation; 2-5pm in West Park. ♦Lighthouse Coffeehouse-Free music and entertainment; 8-1 lpm at First Presbyterian Church of Washtenaw. MONDAY-SUNDAY ♦Free Food by Ozone House-Mon.-Sat. noon at Salvation Army, 220 E. Washington. Greenfield Village-w 52 historie buildings open to public. Village crafts demonstrations opérate 7 daysweek. Maingate: Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, 271-1620. ♦U of M Natural History Museum -Kachina Doll exhibit of the Southwest Indian; Mon.-Sat. 9-5 and Sun. 1:30-5:30, lst Floor lobby, 764-0478. ♦Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum-Birmingham: Student Summer Exhibit thru Sept. 15th; Tues.-Sun. l-5pm. ♦Detroit Sceince Center-Open to public, Mon.Fri. 9-5 & Sun. 12-5. Free or pay what you will. 52 E. Forest(Vi block east of Woodward), Detroit, 883-1892. ♦Kelsey Museum of Archeology-Exhibits from ancient Egypt and Greco-Roman antiquities. Mon.-Fri. 9A, Sat. & Sun. 14. 434 S. State, 764-9304. Clements Library-Exhibits of rare books and historical documents of early America (19421850). 9am-Noon& l-5pm weekdays. S. University, 764-2347. Matthai Botanical Gardens-Open to public daily 9am-4:30pm, 1800 Dixboro Rd., 7641168. ♦Farmers Market-Open Wed. & Sat. 7am-3pm, 315 Detroit St. at corner of N. 4th Ave. Ann Aibor Public Swimming Pools-Pool Locations: Fuller Pool, on Fuller Rd.; Veteran's Pool, on Jackson Ave.; and Buhr Pool, on Packaid. Public swimming at all pools is: l-5pm & 7-9pm, ADULTS 5-7pm. Adult noon swim - 12-lpm at Veteran's & Buhr pool only ($.50). Public swim sessions: 17 & under ($.30); Adults ($.75), Families w at least 1 adult; $1. Model Cities Youth Development Team-Game room, pool, ping-pong, chess, checkers, & cards - open everyday from Noon to 5pm. Ann Arbor Community Center. COOPS ♦Itemized Coop (food) - cali 663-1 111 for destribution región, order, house, distribution house. Neighborhood Action Center Food Coop (serving low income people). Cali 769-3771 or visit the center at 543 N. Main, ask for Greg. ♦Peoples Food Coop - 722 Packard, M-T & Th-Sat lOam - 6 pm; M&Th 7:30 - 9 pm. Qean-up starts at 10 am on Wednesday; meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30, cali 761-8173 for location. Peoples Produce Coop (fruits and vegetables) - $4.25 per week, order a week in advance at 1035 Martin Place or the Northside portable, 1 lam-2pm. For more info cali 761-9543 Ypsilanti Food Coop - $1.00 membership fee allows you to piek up order forms at 401 S. Adams, distribution center the same, 10 am - 1 pm. For more info cali John 481-0689 Mike 483-5458, Gladys 485-0067, or Maxine 4822549. Coop Auto (car repair), cali 769-0220 for appointment and info, 2232 S. Industrial Rd 7:30 am -5:30 pm. Naked Wrench (bike repair) - cali the workshop 764-6177, Ray 761-1733, or Chris 665-0608. "University of Michigan Museum of Art-Discoveries in Watercolor, Paul Jenkins, through Aug. 1 1 at Alumni Memorial Hall, 9-5 Daily & 2-5 Sunday. For more information, contact Lilli Milder, 763-1231. (Note: the Museum of Art will be closed Wednesday evenings during August.) North Campus Commons Gallery-Paintings & Drawings by Elizabeth Hansell; through Aug. 16 Mon.-Fri. 8-5, 2101 Bonisteel Blvd. ♦Forsythe Galleries-Pot Pourri, exhibits by gailery artists; during August, 5-9pm, 201 Nickels Arcade, 663-0918. U of M Union Gallery-A Retrospective Exhibit of Photographs from the Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival and other images, by David Capps; Sept. 1-14. Opening Reception: SunSept. 1, 4-6pm. First Floor, Michigan Union, 761-2924. Rackham Art Galleries-School of Arch. & Design, M.F.A. Gradúate Degree Show, Prof. Ted RamsayProf. Margaret Baum; Aug. 7-23. J. T. Abernathy Pottery Studios-Art pottery, architectural pottery, and wall muráis are exhibited 9-5 Mon.-Sat., 212 S. State, 663-7004. Galeri Jaques-Special Exhibit at Ann Arbor Women's City Club; August, 2208 Packard; Mon.-Fri. 3-7pm, Sat. l-7pm, 769-6787. "Lantern Gallery-"The Opening of Summer" exhibition, recent work by gallery artists; Aug., Tues.-Fri. 10-5, Sat. 9am-lpm, 301 N. Main St. COMMERCIAL THEATRES Briarwood Movies (Briarwood Mali, 769-8780) I - "Golden Needies"; II - "Terminal Man"; III - "Blazing Saddles"; IV - "Pink Floyd" Campus (1214 S. University, 668-64 16)-"The Conversation" & "Alfie" Fifth Forum (210 S. Fifth, 761-9700)-"SPYS" - 9th; "Kazablan" - 16th; "Groove Tube" - 30th Fox VUIage (Maple Village Shopping Center, 769-1 300)-"Buster& Billie" - 23rd Michigan (603 E. Liberty, 665-6290)-"For Pete's Sake" w Barbra Streisand, dir. by Stanley Shapiro, thru August 22nd State (231 S. State, 662-6264)-"Lord of Flat Bush" Wayside (3020 Washtenaw, 434-1 782)-"Castaway Cowboys" Jtti) -