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miifmmá Wmmmm 1 Tuesday Mass Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance (A5) Post-Lesbian Gay Pride Week organizational meeting. 7 pm, rms. 4-5, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. For information: 763-4186. 15th Annual Rainbow Gathering: M.A.R.O. 1Tuesday-7Monday, Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania. 2 Wednesday "The All Girl Art Review": 16 Hands Monday-Saturday through July 31, 119 W. Washington, Ann Arbor. For information: 769-9814. General Meeting: FLOC Support Group 5:45 pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor (During the summer, place and time are subject to change). The Connection: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament Editorial meeting. All welcome. 7:30 pm, 41 0 W. Washington, Ann Arbor. General Meeting: LASC 8 pm, Michigan Union (ask for room number at Information Desk), 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. 3 Thursday The Persuasions: Organization for Cultural Arts Programming Benefit for OCAP to provide low cost video services to organizations and individuals on a non-profit basis. Tickets available at Schoolkids Records and Ticket World, 7:30 pm and 10 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-1451. 6 Sunday Statewide Picnic: Gay Liberation Sponsored by METRA. Tickets $8 in advance, $10 at gate, 10 am-10 pm, Warsaw Park, suburban Detroit. For nformation: 763-4186 or 5433500. Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple Service by Zen Master, Samu Sunim,5 pm, Zen Buddhist Temple, 1209 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 7616520. General Meeting: A2MISTAD Open to all.7:30pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Ask for the room number at the information desk. 7 Monday Informal Working Meeting: IWW Meetings are open to observers. 5:45 pm, Room 4304, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Informal Study and Discussion: WHE-AC 8 pm, Dominick's, 810 Monroe, Ann Arbor. Everyone welcome. For information: 663-3560. 9 Wednesday General Meeting: FLOC Support Group (See 2 Wednesday) Bright Morning Star: Various Peace Groups Pete Seeger once said of themThey're doing exactly what Woody Guthrie and I tried to do forty years ago. "$5.50 advance,$6.50 door, Southfield Civic Center Auditorium,26000 Evergreen at 10 12 Mile Rd., Southfield. For information: 577-5053 or 626-8396. The Connection: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (See 2 Wednesday) General Meeting: LASC (See 2 Wednesday) "Choosing a Spiritual Path": New Dimensions Study Group Torn Lincoln offers specific guidelines for discriminating between genuine religious and spiritual movements and those which are fraudulent or contain hidden agendas and suggests ways to choose the spiritual path most suited to ones own needs. 8 pm, Yoga Center, Ann Arbor. Registration Deadline: Midwest People's Music Network This annual gathering will focus on the struggle to save the Great Lakes and their peoples. $20, 18 Friday-20 Sunday, OkJ Mission Penninsula (near Traverse City), Michigan. For information: 616-946-3973. "lOThursday General Meeting: HAP-NICA 5:30 pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Film "Broken Rainbow": Big Mountain Support Group This film documents events of Big Mountain. Although it won an Academy Award, t is not widely shown. For information: 663-91 19. 13 Sunday Fundraising auction: A2MISTAD 3pm, place to be announced. Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple (See 6 Sunday) General Meeting: WAND Fran Eliot will talk about the activities of the Ann Arbor War Tax DissidentsU.S. Peace Tax Fund. 7 pm doors open, meeting 7:30 pm, speaker 8:30 pm, discussion 9 pm, St. Aidan's EpiscopalNorthside Presbyterian Church, 1679 Broadway, Ann Arbor. General Meeting: A2MISTAD Open to all.7:30pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Ask for the room number at the information desk. 14 Monday Conference on Zen Buddhism in North America: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Lectures on Zen practice in India, Tibet, China, Korea and Japan will be presented by academicians from across the country. 14 Monday - 19 Saturday, 9 am to 1 pm, Zen Buddhist Temple, 1209 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-6520. General Meeting: IWW 5:45 pm, Room 4304, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Informal Study and Discussion: WHE-AC (See 7 Monday) 15Tuesday Conference on Zen Buddhism in North America: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (See 14 Monday) Huron River Day: Various groups The day is a celebration of our local river and open to the public. There will be educational displays and activities, refreshments, entertainment, and fun. Gallup Park, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-3186. Mass Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance (A5) (See 1 Tuesday) 16 Wednesday Zen Conference: Zen Buddhist Temple (See 14 Monday) General Meeting: FLOC Support Group (See 2 Wednesday) The Connection: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (See 2 Wednesday) General Meeting: LASC (See 2 Wednesday) 17Thursday CAAP Meeting Wednesday, July 17, at the Ecology Center, 417 Detroit St. Ann Arbor, at 7:30 pm. 18Friday Conference on Zen Buddhism in North America: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Zen teachers will discuss meditation practice, Zen training, community life, and their issues and problems. (See14Monday) Calligraphy Exhibition: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Through August 3, noon - 6 pm daily. Opening of Exhibition, 7:30 pm, Zen BuddhistTemp!e,1209 Packard, Ann Arbor. For information: 761-6520. 19 Saturday Conference on Zen Buddhism in North America: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor Seminars on Transmission and Monastic Practice Versus Lay Practice, 9 am-5 pm, (See14Monday) Birthday Bash: A2MISTAD Bash to celébrate the 7th anniversary of the Nicaraguan Revolution, featuring music, food and entertainment. 11am to dusk, West Park, Ann Arbor. 20 Sunday Evening Lectures on Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor 20 Sunday - 26 Saturday, 7 pm, free admission, open to the public.Zen Buddhist Temple, 1209 Packard, Ann Arbor. For nformation: 7616520. General Meeting :A2MISTAD Open to all.7:30pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Ask for the room number at the informatton desk. 21 Monday Informal Working Meeting: I WW Meetings are open to observers. 5:45 pm, Room 4304, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Evening Lectures on Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (See 20 Sunday) Steering Committee Meeting: MAD Planning for the f all. All welcome. 7:30 pm, 41 0 W. Washington, Ann Arbor. InformalStudy and Discussion: WHE-AC (See 7 Monday) Evening Lectures on Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (See 20 Sunday) 23 Wednesday General Meeting: FLOC Support Group (See 2 Wednesday) Evening Lectures: Zen Buddhist Temple (See 20 Sunday) The Con neet on: MAD (See 2 Wednesday) General Meeting: LASC (See 2 Wednesday) "Opening the Eye of a New Awareness": New Dimensions Study Group Aura Glazer, ownerof Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, outlines ways in which we can use everyday life as the basis of a spiritual discipline. 8 pm, Yoga Center, Ann Arbor. 24 Thursday Evening Lectures on Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (See 20 Sunday) 25 Friday Evening Lectures on Buddhism: Zen Buddhist Temple Ann Arbor (See 20 Sunday) 26 Saturday Evenlng Lecturas : Zen Buddhist Temple (See 20 Sunday) "Music for a Summer Evening II": Eight Ann Arbor composers The composers, all of whom are doctoral students in composition at U-M, are seeking a wider audience for their music. "During the academie year our pieces are performed mainly on North Campus, which is isolated f rom much of Ann Arbor," explains composer David Vayo. "These summer concerts are a way of reaching outtothecommunity." Keeping in mind the laid back atmosphere of the Art Fair weekend, the composers are programming accordingly. The concert will include a dance suite for piano fourhands.asetof lullabies, several pieces with jazz influences and three compositions which use a choir in non-traditional ways. According to Vayo, "We think there'll be something for everyone." Admission is complimentary, 8 pm, First Congregational Church (corner of State and William), Ann Arbor. 27 Sunday Sunday Service: Zen Buddhist Temple (See 6 Sunday) General Meeting: A2MISTAD Open to all.7:30pm, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Ask for the room number at the information desk. 28 Monday Informal Working Meeting: IWW Meetings are open to observers. 5:45 pm, Room 4304, Michigan Union, 530 S. State, Ann Arbor. Informal Study and Discussion: WHE-AC (See 7 Monday) 29Tuesday Mass Meeting: AIDS Action Alliance (A5) (See 1 Tuesday) 30 Wednesday General Meeting: FLOC (See 2 Wednesday) General Meeting: LASC (See 2 Wednesday)

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