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Sunday, June 1 Women's Crisis Center Potluck: Women's CrisisCenter New volunteers will be welcomed and Board of Director elections will be held. Bring a veggie dish to pass. 12-2 pm, 306 N. División in St. Andrew's Church. Grand opening of Leslie Science Center: Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation A public "educational conservation laboratory" and beautiful new park where the Ecology Center will house is education program and classrooms, along with other resident organizations. 6:30 am birdwalk and breakfast, opening including music, film and fun 1-4 pm , 2-3 pm workshop for all ages on "Bugs, Grubs and Larvae." 1831 Traver Road , Ann Arbor. Buddhist Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Meditation, chanting, a talk, and tea. 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For nformation: 761 -6520. Monday, June 2 Oxfam America's Tools for Peace and Justice Campalgn Meeting:WHEAC 7pm, room 4202 Michigan Union, UM, Ann Arbor. LesbianGay Pride Week Planning Meeting : Coalitton for Women's Rights 7 pm, room 238A, West Engineering, U-M, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-4186. Steering Commlttee Meeting: MAD Meet at the MAD office. This s a good place to come to get an overview of MAD's activities. For information: 995-5871. A StepTowardReasonrWTBS The second in a three-part series nationally-televised series on nuclear disarmament. Narrated by Paul Newman. 10:30 pm, cable channel WTBS. Tuesday, June 3 General Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance A5 Michigan Union, 7 pm. The room number will be available on a list at the main floor desk. For information: 763-4186. Wednesday, June 4 Bean and Rice Dinners: Various groups Dinners are held &i&ry Wednesday from 6 to 7:30 pm. A $2 donation is requested ( $1 for children from 612years). Proceeds f rom the dinner go to direct aid projects n Central America General Meeting: LASC 8 pm, Michigan Union, U-M, Ann Arbor.Stop at the information desk for the room location. For nformation: 665-8438. hfeWnë Lifeline Benefit Concert : Women's Crisis Center and the New Democratie Movement. Lifeline is a feminist labor band from Maryland. Tickets $4 - $6. 8 pm, Michigan Union Ballroom, U-M, Ann Arbor. For nformation: 99491 00 or 764-21 1 6, or 668-6280. The Connectlon Committee Meeting: MAD Meet at the MAD office to plan, edit, and produce the Journal. For information: 995-5871 . Thursday, June 5 Task Forcé meeting: Sister City Task Forcé 7:30 pm, place to be determined. Friday, June 6 Town Meeting with Congressman Conyers: LASC There will be a town meeting on U.S. policy in Central America. Members of the U.S. House of Representativos from this área of Michigan have been invited. Cari Pursell has been nvited but we are still waiting to hear from him.7 p.m., First Baptist Church, 512 E. Hurón, Ann Arbor. For information: 665-8438. Introductory talk on Zen Buddhism: Zen Buddhlst Temple Ann Arbor History, philosophy and practica. 78 pm, 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761 -6520. Mingao: A2MISTAD LACP A benefit for two projects for humanitarian aid to Nicaragua: A2MISTAD, (see in CRD) and SERPAJ, a medical assistance organization directed by Nobel Peace Lauréate, Adolfo Pérez Esquivel. Admission is $5. Some arrangements will be attempted in order to get people from the town meeting over to The Ark in time to hear Mingao. 8 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main, Ann Arbor. For information: 665-7812. Saturday, June 7 Booksale: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament Used books of every description and some of no description at all. ProceedstoMAD. 9 am-4:30 pm, Michigan Union, UM, Ann Arbor, Michigan. To contribute books: 995-0183. We'll piek up. Square and Contra Dance: Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance There will be a caller and live music. All dances taught. No special costumes necessary, beginners welcome. Forsythe Intermedíate School, 1655 Newport Rd., Ann Arbor. For information: 769-1052 or 6680568. Sunday, June 8 Eighth Annual Ann Arbor Festival of Folk Song and Dance: Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music and Dance Bogan and the Armstrongs, Lady of the Lake. Percy Danforth, Skye, Ann Doyle, Al Purcell, Paul Winder and Gerald Ross, Betsy Cook and Roger Marcus, the Ann Arbor Morris Dancers and the Cobblestone Farm Country Dancers.$4 for dance, $7 for the festival, $9 tor the festival and dance (see June 7), children and seniors free, 11 am to dusk, rain or shine, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 7691 052 or 668-0568. Central America Study Group:Social Concerns Committee, First Unitarian Universalist Church Kick-off meeting for six session summer study course on the geography, history and politics of Central America. Documentan "Witness to War" on El Salvador. Film is free. Discussion and registraron for those interested in course afterwards. There will be a fee of $15 to cover course costs. 6 pm, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor. For information: 769-3095 or 662-1 001. Buddhist Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (see June 1) Monday, June 9 LesbianGay Pride Week Planning Meeting : Coalition for Women's Rights (see June 2) Oxfam America's Tools for Peace and Justice Campaign Meeting: WHEAC, (see June 2.) Wednesday, June 11 Bean and Rice Dinners: Various groups (see June 4) General Meeting: LASC (see June 4) The Connection Committee Meeting: MAD (see June 4) "Experiencing the Holographic Paradigm": New Dimensions Study Group Trained both as a physician and a philosopher, Dr. Stephen Modell relates the most recent scientific thinking, which suggests that the universo has the properties of a hologram rather than a machine, to the insights of such great mystical philosophers as Emanuel Swedenborg. For information: 971 - 0881. "Women Working for Change: Health, Cultures, and Societies": National Women's Studies Association National Women's Studies Association's annual conference will be held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on June 11-15, 1986. For information: 763-2047. Thursday, June 12 Task Force meeting: Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm, place to be determined. Saturday, June 14 General Meeting: Gray Panthers Nancy Stone, staff member of the Ecology Center will speak on the Ecology Center and Community Action, a topic which should be of considerable interest to the general public, which is cordially invited. Second floor conference room, Ann Arbor Fire Station, 107 North Fifth Avenue, from 2-4pm. For information: 663-0786 Draft information session: American Friends Service Committee and Washtenaw Committee Against Registration and the Draft Information concerning the current status of registration and the draft. For those thinking about becoming draft counselors, this will be a good first step. 1-3:30 pm, Wesley Lounge, First United Methodist Church, corner of State and Huron, Ann Arbor. For information: 7618283. Dr. Benjamin Spock speech: Coalition for Arms Control The pediatrician and author of many child-rearing books, will speak on "A Parent's Responsibility in the Nuclear Age", The presentation is free and open to the public. 8 pm Power Center, U-M, Ann Arbor. Reception for Dr. Benjamin Spock: Coalition for Arms Control Fundraiser for the Coalition for Arms Control. Tickets for the reception are $25 and $10 (for Reception for Dr. Benjamin Spock, (continued) Seniors, students and low-income folks.) Reception to follow speech. To purchase tickets in advance or to sell some tickets to friends, cali 663-3913. Yard Sale: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament Buy junk for peace - and some stuff which isnt junk, too. Proceeds to MAD. Watch the Ann Arbor News or cali for location. For information andor to contribute: 995-0183. Sunday, June 15 Yard Sale: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (see June 14) Buddhist Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Liberation of Life Ceremony (see June 1) Anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta! Monday, June 16 Oxfam America's Tools for Peace and Justlce Campalgn Meeting: WHEAC (see June 2.) Steering Committee Meeting: MAD (see June 2) Tuesday, June 17 General Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance A5 (See June 3) Wednesday, June 18 Bean and Rice Dinners: Various groups (see June 4) General Meeting: LASC (see June 4) The Connectlon Committee Meeting: MAD (see June 4) First Fifty Years: Reflections on U.S.U.S.S.R. Relations: WTBS The final show in the TV series. Hosted by Harrison Salisbury. 11 pm, cable channel WTBS. Bucket Drive: WHEAC City-wide bucket drive for Oxfam America's Tools for Peace and Justice in Central America and the Eastern Caribbean Campaign. Thursday, June 19 Film, The Bovs In the Band : LesbianGay Pride Week MLB, room 4, 7:30 pm. Task Forcé Meeting: Sister City Task Forcé 7:30 pm, 2nd Floor Conference Room, Fire Station, 111 North 5th Ave., Ann Arbor. Film, Querelle : LesbianGay Pride Week Based on a novel by Jean Genet. MI R rnnm í Q"4D rvn Charlie Klng: A2MISTAD Benefit Celebrated songwriter and singer, Charlie King will play to benefit AMISTAD, in anticipation of their upcoming trip to Managua to build a soil testing lab.Tickets at School Kids & Herb David Guitars, $5 ($6 at the door). 8 p.m. The Ark, 637 S. Main, Ann Arbor. For information: 663-2321 . Bucket Drive: WHEAC (seeJune 18.) Saturday, June 21 RallyParadeCelebration : LesbianGay Pride Week Alternative Rally. 12-1 pm, Celebration. 1-2 pm, Detroit Together Gay Men's Chorus, 1 pm, Gentle Persuasión, 1:30 pm, GLOHRYA2 Rally. 2-3 pm Helen Gallagher (MOHR), Perry Bullard (State Representativo, District 53), Wellness Network, Inc.Jeff Epton (City Councilman, Ann Arbor),Ted Richmond (Metropolitan Christian Church) MarchParade. 34pm. Celebration. 4-5 pm. Federal Building, Ann Arbor. Followed by Happy Hour, Nectarino Ballroom, 510 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor, 5 pm. The rally and march will be broadcast by WCBN, 88.3 FM. Please bring a portable radio. LesbianGay Pride Dance: Michigan Gay Union 9 pm. For information: 763-41 86. Sunday, June 22 Ecuménica I Service for LesbianGay Pride Week 12:30 pm, West Park, Ann Arbor. LesbianGay Pride Picnic West Park, Ann Arbor. Bring food, beer and wine. No hard alcohol. For information: 763-41 86. Third Annual Picnic: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament Celébrate MAD's fifth year. Food, music, fun , games and (short) speeches. Please bring munchies, potluck dish or drinks. 1-4:30 pm, West Park, Ann Arbor. For information: 995-01 83. Dignity Meetings: St. Mary's Chapel Mass, 7 pm, Social, 8 pm. St. Mary's Chapel, 331 E. Thompson, Ann Arbor. Buddhist Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (seeJune 1) Monday, June 23 Public Hearing on El Salvador: Ann Arbor Sister City Task Forcé The keynote speaker will be Christina Courtright, director of Medical Aid for El Salvador. She has recently returned from a visit to the liberated zones in El Salvador and will speak on medical care in that country. 8 pm, Michigan Union Ballroom, U-M, Ann Arbor. For information: 665-8438. Workshops: LesbianGay Pride Week Workshop topics will nclude: The Problem of Psychological Intimacy, The History of Homosexuality, Bisexuality from a Gay point of View, Safe Sex, Update on A.I.D.S., How You Can Get Involved to Help Battle A.I.D.S., Masculinity, Spirituaüty and Alcoholism in the Gay Community, Coming Out to Family Members, Homosexuality and the Bible, GaysLesbians Working Within the Traditional Churches, Raising LesbianGay Awareness in Our Community, Working for GayLesbian Rights through the Democratie Process, Lesbians Gays m Nazi Germany: What Happened?, and Our Language. Session I, 7-8:30 pm, Session II, 8:30-10 pm. Counselling Services, rooms 31 16-31 18, Michigan Union, Ann Arbor. For information: John Syler 572-1779 or Michaelangelo Salcedo 995-1798. Tuesday, June 24 Workshops:LesbianGay Pride 7pm,see Monday, 23. Wednesday, June 25 Bean and Rice Dinners: Various groups (see June 4) Workshops: LesbianGay Pride Week 7 pm, see Monday, 23. General Meeting: LASC (see June 4) General Meeting: Michigan Gay Union 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe, Ann Arbor. "Yoga Masters and Yoga Paths": New Dimensions Study Group Longtime yoga student and New Dimensions coördinator Gary Logan introduces and moderates a discussion aimed at revealing the unity which underlies the multiplicity of yogic traditions and practices. For information: 9710881. The Connectlon Committee Meeting: MAD (see June 4) Thursday, June 26 Task Force meeting: Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm, 2nd Floor Conference Room.Fire Station, 111 North 5th Ave, Ann Arbor. Candlelight Vigil: LesbianGay Pride Week In Memoriam-Professor James Martin, J.D., Regents Plaza, U-M, Ann Arbor. Friday, June 27 Beginners Weekend Workshop: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor 1214 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761 -6520. First Annual LesbianGay Pride Banquet: LesbianGay Pride Week Featuring Mayor Ed Pierce, Craig Covey (MOHR), Awards. Cash bar, 7 pm, Dinner, 7:30 pm. Mr. Steak Restaurant. Film, Olivia: LasblanGay Pride Week 7:30 pm MLB, room 4, U-M, Ann Arbor. Film, Word Is out: LesbianGay Pride Week 9:10 pm, MLB, room 4, U-M, Ann Arbor. Saturday, June 28 Gallery Walk: Hot time - Art in the City The simultaneous open-house of fifteen Ann Arbor galleries. 12-6 pm. 16 Hands Gallery, 119 W. Washington, Ann Arbor. For information: 761 -1110. Annual Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace Please join us as we elect the new Board of Directors, review our work in the past year, make plans for the coming year and amend the bylaws. Bring a dish to share and your instrument, frisbee or something else to enjoy in the park...rain or shine. 4:30-6:30 pm, Gallup Park Shelter. For information: 663-1 870 Buddhist Chanting and Dharma Talk: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Talk by Ven. Samu Sunim. 7 pm, 1 21 4 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761 -6520. Thlrd Annual All Girl Art Review: 16 Hands Gallery of Contemporary Crafts Multi-media exhibit of 1 6 local women artists. Reception 7-9 pm, 16 Hands Gallery, 119 W. Washington, Ann Arbor. For information: 761 -1 1 1 0. Beginners Weekend Workshop: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (see June 27) Film, Klss of the Spider Woman: LesbianGay Pride Week MLB, room 3, U-M, Ann Arbor. Sunday, June 29 WCC Pot-luck and InService: Women's Crisis Center A representativo from SOS Crisis Center will speak at the In-Service. Bring a veggie dish to pass, tea provided. 12-2 pm, 306 N. División n St. Andrew's Church. Buddhist Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (see June 1) Beginners Weekend Workshop: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (see June 27) Monday, June 30 Steering Committee Meeting: MAD (see June 2)

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