At the new Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers Road at Curtis,
Feb. 27-29 and March 2-4, "The Great White Hope" performed by the Peddy Players;
March 17, The Count Basie Orchestra;
March 27, The Detroit Dance Co.;
April 14, Dizzy Gillespie;
April 19, NAACP "Fashions for Freedom" fashion show.
Feb. 29: Ginetta Sagan will speak for Amnesty International at First Unitarian Church, Cass and Forest, 7:00 pm. 833-3191 (eves.).
March 8-14: International Woman's Day Book Fair at the New Horizons Book Shop, 21865 Harper Ave., St. Clair Shores. 10:00 - 7:00 pm.
March 10: Marvin "Doc" Holladay with Clark Terry in Varner Recital Hall, Oakland University at 8:00 pm. $3.50/general adm.;$2.50/students with ID. 377-2030.
March 10: Lecture and discussion on Jazz by Hal McKinney, from "Tribe". Topic: Euro-centric and Afro-centric Points of View - A comparison. At the U of M - Dearborn, Gabriel Richard Center, no charge.
Detroit Artists Market, 1452 Randolph St., 962-0337: Thru March 6, competition show; March 12-April 3, Group show by artists whose work comes off the wall.
Art Institute, 5200 Woodward, 833-7900: Germaine Keller - Sculpture: String Pieces and Ladders. The artist will discuss her work in gallery 262 Wed., March 3 at 12:30 pm and Sun., March 7 at 2 p.m.
March 2: Future Worlds Lecture Series presents Gerald O'Neill - Physicist; Space Scientist, speaking on, "Space Colonization & Alternative Energy Sources" 3 - 5 pm in Hill Auditorium. Adm. $1.00. More info 763-1107.
March 6-7: Ann Arbor 4th Annual PowWow at Huron High School (corner of Fuller Rd. & Huron Parkway). 6th - 12 noon-10pm, 7th - 12 noon - 6 pm. PowWow Info - Jim Concannon, 764-9128 or Hap McCue, 769-3417.