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HRP City Committee meeting 7pm in HRP office, 516 E. William. All welcome

Planetarium Show Museum of Natural History: 2, 3pm, 25¢, corner of Washtenaw and N. University, 764-0478

International Workers Party Public Meeting  International World Briefing, 2:30pm at Trinity Methodist Church, 13100 Woodward Ave., Detroit, 961-8373

Gay Academic Union Meeting  7:30pm 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 bottom of Woodward. Arts, Crafts, Antiques & bargains. 11am-6pm.


Ann Arbor City Council meeting  7:30pm in City Hall (Huron & Fifth)

Revolutionary Student Brigade meeting 7:30pm in 2207 Michigan Union

Indochina Peace Campaign meeting 7:30pm, 332 S. State

HER-SELF Women's Community Newspaper open meeting 7:30pm, 225 E. Liberty

Ann Arbor People's Bicentennial Committee of Correspondence meeting 7:30pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe


HRP University Committee meeting 7pm in HRP office, 516 E. William. Students welcome

Gay Liberation Front meeting 8pm in 3rd floor Conference room South Wing Michigan Union, 761-2044

Free Pap Tests in the morning at St. Joe's, call 668-8857 for more info

Cable 3 Ann Arbor City Council meeting, 8:30pm. Replay of Monday's meeting

Community Folk Dancing 7pm at Augustana Lutheran Church, 13737 Curtis, Detroit.


Packard People's Food Co-op meeting 7:30 pm at the Co-op. 722 Packard

Women's Community Center Organizing meeting  8pm in 3rd floor Conference Room Michigan Union

HRP Steering Committee meeting 5pm in HRP office, 516 E. William

Virginia's Rooma women's coffeehouse, meetings 7:30pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe St. Info: Cate 761-7973.


Fourth St. People's Food Co-op meeting 7:30pm at the co-op, 212 N. Fourth, 994-9174

Psychedelic Rangers weekly meeting 4pm in the CCC, 317 W 7th St.

Men's Raps7:30 pm at Friends Meeting House, 1420 Hill St.


Lighthouse offers dance, drama and contemporary original music to the public in the evening in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church on Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. Info 994-8431

Childcare at the Children's Community Center, 7pm-1am, 75¢/hour, 663-4392 


Planetarium Show Museum of Natural History, 2 & 3pm, 25¢, corner of Washtenaw and N. University. 764-0478

Lighthouse offers entertainment at night, see Friday

Childcare at the CCC 7pm-1am, see Friday

Poetry-in-the-Park; poetry and music, 2-4 pm at West Park Bandshell.

Cranbrook Telescope is available for watching the stars at 9:30, 10 & 10:30 demonstrations Sat. nights, 500 Lone Pine Rd., Bloomfield Hills. Weather check 645-3210.

Ethnic Folk Dancing at the International Institute, 111 E. Kirby, Detroit. 8-12pm. TR1-8000.


Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Farmers Marketopen Wed. & Sat. 7am-3pm, 313 Detroit St. at corner of Fourth Ave.

Clements Library—Exhibits of rare books and historical documents of early America (1842-1850). 9am-Noon & 1-5pm weekdays. S. University, 764-2347.

Matthaei Botanical Gardensopen to public daily 9am-4:30pm, 1800 Dixboro Rd. 764-1168.

U of M Natural History Museum9-5 Mon.-Sat., 1:30-5:30 Sun., corner of N. University & Washtenaw. 764-0478.

Detroit & Suburbs

Afro-American MuseumTours Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30; corner of Warren & W. Grand Blvd., 899-2400.

Bob-Lo boats are sailing from new docks at the south end of Cobo Hall. 259-7245 for schedule information.

Cranbrook Institute of Artopen Tues-Sun. 1-5. Closed Mondays. 500 Lone Pine Rd.

Cranbrook Institute of Scienceopen 10-5 weekdays, 1-9 Sat., 1-5 Sun. 500 Lone Pine Rd., 645-3000.

Detroit Zoological Parkopen to public Mon.-Sat. 10-5, 9-5 Sundays & Holidays. Parking $2/car pays admission for everyone in it; otherwise, 50 cents adults, 25 cents children 6-12, under 12 free. 10 Mile & Woodward. Detroit. 398-0900.

Greenfield Villagew/52 historic bldgs. open to public, Greenfield Village Players quote Mark Twain & Ben Franklin, sing folk songs & stage vaudeville shows. 9am-6pm. Oakwood Blvd., south of Michigan, Dearborn, 274-1620.

Circus Exhibit at Henry Ford Museum thru Sept. 14. 8:30am-6pm daily. $2.75 adults, $1.25 12 & under. Oakwood Blvd., south of Michigan, Dearborn. 271-1976


Co-op Auto(car repair)2232 S. Industrial open: 7:30 am-5:30 pm weekdays. Call 769-0221.

Fourth St. People's Food Co-op212 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 co-op. Call 994-9174 for more info

Itemized Food Co-op (food)call 663-1111 for distribution region, order & house.

Naked Wrench (bicycle repair)call the workshop 764-6177, Ray 761-1733 or Chris 665-0608.

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 Co-op 722 Packard. open: Mon., Tues., Thurs., 10am-9pm; Fri. 10am-8pm; Sat. 10am-6pm. Clean-up starts at 10am on Wed.; MeetingsWed. night 7:30pm. Call 761-8173 for more info.

People's Produce Co-op (fruits & vegetables) $4.25 per week. Order a week in advance at 1811 Washtenaw. Pick up veggies Sat. 10am-1pm. For more info 665-3122 or 449-4210.

Ypsilanti Food Co-opAnyone is free to buy in the store, hrs. 10-7 daily, closed Sun. Food co-op pay once $1 admission fee the first order placed. Pick up food Sat. 10am-4pm at 955 Sheridan, Ypsi. (2blks. from Watertower). People are invited to work the store 483-5585.