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Day
3
Month
December
Year
1975
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DETROIT Nov. 28: 7:30 pm, "Gospels on the Move"- Phase II, 3rd Annual Rock Gospel Concert, New Bethel Baptist Church, for more info: 964-9128. Dec. 5-6-7: a course in Tantric Yoga at Birmingham Unitarian Church, cali 662-7581. Dec. 7: "Hearts and Minds", documentary about the Vietnamese War, at the Central Methodist Church, 23 E. Adams. 3:00 & 7:00 pm, adm. $2.00, childcare provided, sponsored by the Spark Group. Dec. 6-23: "Detroit Chrjstmas Carnival," a free holiday extravaganza for the whole famlly, at Cobo Hall, 9:00 am-9:00 pm daily. Dec. 2, 3, 4, 6: "Dimitri" -The World's Greatest Clown at the Music Hall Center, 350 Madison Ave., Tues. & Sat., 8:30 pm, Wed. & Thurs., 2:00 pm, tickets: $6.50 to $2.50. 963-7622. Dec. 10: "Noel Night". the Cultural Center's ■ ____ fun-ftlled holiday gift to the people of Detroit, on Woodward Ave., at the Art Institute, Public Library, Historical Museum and other institutions, 6-9 pm. ANN ARBOR Nov. 26: Colloquium with Dr. Víctor Olorunsola on "Legitimacy Engineering: African Military Regimes in Nigeria & Ghana" 12 noon at the Center for AfroAmerican & African Studies, 1 100 S. University, 2nd floor - Ann Arbor Bank Bldg. Refreshments served. Presented by The Center for AfroAmerican & African Studies. Nov. 30: The Ann Arbor Creative Music Center GRAND OPENING-1-5 pm, 336'2 S. State. A music studio run by Ron Brooks & Paul Katona in an effort to provide a facility for people to teach & learn & play creative music. Fred Harris for President Committee of Ann Arbor- General Meeting- Tuesday, December 9 at the A2 Public Library (5th & William) at 8:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Dec. 6-7: Christmas Art Fair in the Pendleton Rm. & the Ballroom 2nd floor of the Michigan Union. 10 am-6 pm Sat., Noon6 pm Sun. Sponsored by the U of M Artists & Craftsmen Guild. Dec. 6: Women's Unity Day - Forum 3 Bilalian Women of the Nation of Islam will be guest speakers. And a fashion show. 69 pm at T rotter House, 1443 Washtenaw. Free Admlssion. Carry-out dinner starts at 8 pm, Full Meal $2.50. All women invited - Sponsored by Muslim Women's Development Class of Ypsi. Dec. 8: The Walls of Justice Seminar Series presents "Systemic Approach to Incarceration" w Charles Bright: Assistant Professor of History m UM History Dept. & in Residential College. 7:30 pm in Lecture Rm 2 of the Modern Languages Bldg. U of M campus. Presented by the Inmate Project of Project Community & the Residential College.