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Free Trips Free Things To Do 55

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Day
8
Month
October
Year
1976
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The first few of the 55 Free Trips are of special interest to women and are taking place at the Heishelf Bookstore in Highland Park. A series of discussions are held there regularly, and this week, on Oct. 11, Manicure Madness with Karen Haydu; Oct. 1 3, Midwifery and Home Births with Marta and Buffy from Motor City Midwives; Oct. 14, Women Who Have Lost Their ChiIdren;Oct. 17, Socialism and Feminism;Oct. 18, Radical Lesbians with Amy Fournier; they all start at 8 pm, cali 869-4045 for more info. Continuing this week are visits to area Cider Mills to take in some fresh fall air and enjoy the cider and donuts. Take the family and friends j and check 'em out: Blake's in j y mada, 784-5343 ;Clore's in Brighton, 227-4971 ;Diehl's in Holly, 634-8981 ; Foreman's Cider Barrel in Northville, 1256; Franklin'sin Franklin, 626-2968; Historytown in I Brighton, 546-5782; Huron Farms in Dexter, 426-3910; Hy's in Romeo, 798-8843 ; I ington in Lake Orion, 391-281 1 ; l Paint Cteek, between Rochester and Lake Orion, 651-8361 ; " menter's in Northville, 349-31 81 ; Saline's in Saline, 429-9085; Sergeant's Fruit Farm in Rochester, 651-3777;South Hurón iriNew Boston, H 753-9380; Torn Walker's ín Fenton, Vj 9079;Weirer'sin Monroe, 241-2781; - Wiaid'sin Ypsüanti, 482-7744; Yate's in Rochester, 651-8300. For other fall fun check out the Metro Parks Nature Centers and Trails at Kensington, Stoney Creek, and Oakwood, or take a stroll around the Cianbiook Academy in Bloomfield Hills or the beautiful Arboretum in Ann Arbor . . . and Detroit's own Belle Isle offers tranquil surroundings all around and a variety of pleasurable activities including the swings, merry-goroundsand teeter-totters, Giant Slide (15 cents), ConServatory with the October Flower Show, Aquarium, Great I.akes Museum, Children's Zoo (25 cents), and pony rides (25 cents), something for everyone. The free flieks are flashing at the Downtown I brary on Oct. 1 2 at 2 pm, Johnnie Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnet, Introduction to Acupuncture, and Tell Tale Heart; The Seventh Veil at the Royal Oak Public Library Sound Film Series, Oct. 14 at 6:30; and Bicentennial Films at the Henry Ford Centennial Library I in Dearborn. The Fisher YMCA (.896-1 800) is now offering several community interest workshops including Life Science Seminars, Christian Philosophy, Crime Prevention and Community Leadership. In Kalamaoo this week, on the 8th is Humor in 20th Century l 'Musicat the Oakland Recital Hall and on the 14th, at Wings Stad iuni is the All American Bands 1 Concert with the Army Marching i 1 Bands performing. i I There continue to be various kinds of exhibits around town, includin Sam Kanes at the I AAA Gallery on Grand River; ' I, Original-Fine ArtsCrafts at I Objects& Images on Fourth St. in Rochester;paintings, sculpf tures, jewelry and more at Objects Unlimited on Van Dyke and Jefferson; Ray Frost Fleming on y show at the Allen Rubiner Gallery in Royal Oak; Arlene Voelker's acrylics at . the Robert Thom Gallery in Birmingham; and 19th and 2Oth Century paintings and drawings at Vogel on N. Woodward in Royal Oak. The Peaceable Kingdom continúes at the Art Institute, along with Work In Progress: Part II; and Michigan And The World of Work is at the Walter P. Ruether Library at WSU. Coming on Oct. 10 to Lindsay's House of Minority Employees, downtown on Gratiot, will be a Cultural Awareness Program with Baby Boy Warren, poetry readings and raps from 6 pm-2 am. O I