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HRP City Committee meeting - 7pm in.HRP office, 516 E. William. Allwelcome Planetarium Show - Museum of Natural History: 2, 3pm, 25, corner of Washtenaw and N. University, 764-0478 International Worker's Party Public Meeting - International World Briefing, 2:3Opm at Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 961-8373 Gay Academie Union Meeting - 7:3Opm in 3rd floor conference room, South Wing, Michigan Union "Wine & Madness" Poetry Workshop - 8pm at David's Bookstore, 529 E. Liberty. Presented by the Poetry Works Flea Circus-downtown Detroit, at the botton of Woodward. Arts, Crafts, Antiques & bargains. llam-6pm. MONDAY Ann Albor City Council meeting - 7:3Opm in City Hall (Hurón A lïfth) Rcvolutionary Student Brigade meeting - 7:3Opm in 2207 Michigan Union Indochina Peace Campaign meeting - 7:3Opm. 332 S. State HF.R-SELF Women'sCommunity Newspaper open meeting - 7:30pm, 225 t. Liberty Ann Arbor People's Bicentennial Committee of Correspondence meeting - 7:3()pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe New Ann Arbor Chapter of Overeaters Anonymouse meeting - 8pm at Church of God, 2145 Independence Blvd. Cali Beth at 434-3517 for more info TUESDAY HRP University Committee meeting - 7pm in HRP office, 5 16 E. William. Students welconie Lesbians Opening - rap group at Feminist Federal Credit Union, 8pm, 225 E. Liberty Gay Liberation Front meeting - 8pm in 3rd Hooi Conference room South Wing Michigan Union, 761-2044 Free Pap Tests - in the morning at St. Joe's, cali 668-8857 for more info Cable 3 - Ann Arbor City Council meeting, 8:30pm. Replay of Monday's meeting WEDNESDAY Packatd People's Food Co-op meeting - 7:30 pm at the Co-op, 722 Packard Women's Community Center Otganizing meeting - 8pm in 3rd floor Conference Room Michigan Union HRP Steering Committee meeting - 5pni in HRP office, 516 E. William Virginia's Room-a women's coffeehouse, meetings 7:3Opm at Guild House, 802 Monroc St. Info: Cate 761-7973. THURSDAY Men's Raps - 7:3Opm, Rm. 26 Tyler, East Quad Fourth St. People's Food Co-op meeting - 7:3Opm at the co-op, 212 N. Fourth, 9949174 Psychedelic Rangers weekly meeting - 4pm in theCCC, 317 W 7th St. FRIDAY Multi-Media Festival - evening of food, film and music designed to raise your conseiousness at the Earth Center. 2 shows 8 '&1 Ipm, $2, 1 1464 Mitchcli (Hamtramck) 1 ighthouse offers dance, drama and contcmporary original music to the public in the evening in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church on Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. Info 994-8431 (' the Children's Community Center, 7pm-lam, 75tfhour, 663-4392 SATURDAY Planetarium Show - Museum of Natural History, 2 & 3pm, 25, corner of Washtenaw and N. University, 764-0478 Multi-Media Festival at the Earth Center - sec Friday for info Lighthouse offers entertainment at night, sec Friday Childcare at the CCC 7pm-lam, see Friday Poetry-in-the-Park; poe;ry and music, 2-4 pm at West Park Bandshell. DAILY Ann Arbor Ann Albor Farmer's Market-open Wed. & Sat. 7am-3pm, 313 Detroit St. at corner of Fourth Ave. Clements Library-Exhibits of rare books and historical documents of early America (1942-1850). 9am-Noon & l-5pm weekdays. S. Univesity, 764-2347. Matthai Botánica! Gaidens-open to public daily 9am-4:30pm, 1800 Dixboro Rd., 764-1168. V of M Natural History Museum-9-5 Mon.Sat., 1:30-5:30 Sun., corner of N. University & Washtenaw. 764-0478. Detroit & Suburbs Afro-American Museum-Tours Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30; corner of Warren & W. OranJ BIvd., 899-2400. Bob-Lo boats are sailing from new docks at thesouth end of Cobo Hall. 2597245 for schedule information. Cranbrook House gardens are open for tours l-5pm. 380 Lone Pine Rd., Bloomfield Hills, 644-1600. Cranbrook Institute of Art-open Tiies.Sun. 1-5, Closed Mondays. 500 Lone Pine Rd. Cranbrook Institute of Science-open 105 weekdays, 1-9 Sat., 1-5 Sun. 500 Lond Pine Rd., 645-3000. Detroit Zoológica! Park-open to public Mon.-Sat. 10-5, 9-5 Sundays & Holidays. Parking $2 carpays admission for one in it; otherwise, admission-50 cents adults, 25 cents children 6-12, under 12 ftee. 10 Mile & Woodward, Detroit. 398-0900. Greenfield Village-w52 historie bldgs. open to public, Greenfield Villape Players quote Mark Twain & Ben Franklin, sing folk songs & stage vaudeville shows. 9am-6pm. Oakwood Blvd., south of Michigan, Dearborn, 274-1620. CO-OPS Co-op Auto- (car rcpair)-2232 S. Industrial open: 7:30 am-5:30 pm weekdays. Cali 7690220. . Fourth St. People's Food Coop-212 N. Fourth open: Tues. 10-6, Wed. 10-9, Fri. 12-8, Sat. 10-6, & Sun. 1-5. Meetings Thurs. night 7:30 pm at the coop. Cali 994-9174 for more info. Itemized Food Co-op(food)-call 663-1 1 1 1 for distribution región, order & house. Naked Wrench(bicycle repair) -cali the workshop 764-6177, Ray 761-1733 or Chris 6650608. Neighborhood Action Center Food Coop (serving low income people)-call 769-3771 or visit the Center at 543 N. Main, ask for Greg. Packard People's Food Coop-722 Packard. open: Mon., Tues., Thurs., 10am-9pm; Fri. 10am-8pm; Sat. 10am-6pm. Clean-up starts at 'lOanvon Wed.; Mectings-Wed. night 7:3Opm. Cali 761-8173 for more info. People's Produce Coop (fruits & vegetables) -$4.25 per week. Order a week in advance at 1811 Washtenaw. Piek up veggies Sat. lOam-lpm. For more info 665-3122 or 449-4210. Ypsilanti Food Coop-Anyone is free to buy in the store, hrs. 10-7 dally, closed Sun. Food coop - pay once $1 admission fee the first order placed. Piek up food Sat. 10am-4pm at 955 Sheridan, Ypsi. (2blks. from Watertower). People are invited to work the store, 483-5585.