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To publicize Calendar events send formatted listings to: Agenda Calendar P. O. Box 3624 Ann Arbor, Ml 48106 DEADLINE FOR OCT: September 19 FORMAT: Date, Event, Sponsor, time and place, 1 to 2 sentence description, phone number. Unless otherwise noted, all events Usted in the Calendar are f ree and open to the general public (ncluding all of the committee meetings). 3 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee 6 to 7:30 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. All proceeds beyond the costs of the dinner go towards material aid projects in Central America. Sponsored by LASC and Guild House. $2adult and $1child age 6 to 1 2 suggested donation. 663-1870 General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm at the Michigan Union. Ask forthe room number at the front desk. 665-8438 4 Thursday Thursday to Saturday The Great Peace March comes to Ann Arbor: MAD, UCAM, CAWS, MSA The Women's Collective of the Great Peace March crossing the U. S. will be encamped in a peace camp on the Diag of the U-M campus for three days. Various activities are planned. 995-0183, 662-8607, or 936-2453 Public Hearing: Appleridge Tenants Union A public discussion of matters concerning the rent strike by the Appleridge Tenants Union, cali 7636876 for time and place. Great Peace March Workshops: United Campusos to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM) 1 to 5 pm on the Diag. UCAM will be hosting a contingent of marchers from the Great Peace March. 7633241 General Meeting: HAP-NICA 5:30 pm at the Michigan Union. 7691442 Workshop: Women's Crisis Center 7 pm to 9 pm at the Center, 306 N. División. Topic: "kJentify the Goddess Within," a workshop on bringing ancient matriarchal concepts into the present, directed by Mary Wolf (Metis), pagan feminist and women's counselor for 20 years. $2 donation, cali 761 -9475 to register. 5 Thursday Rally for the Great Peace March: United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM) Activities begin at 1 2 noon on the Diag. March with the peace marchers to the north campus building that will house the new Pentagon centers where a "die-in" is scheduled. A potluck dinner on the Diag begins at 5 pm. 6 Saturday Introductory talk: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 7 to 8 pm at 1 21 4 Packard. Topic: "Zen Buddhism in North America: History, Phitosophy, and Practice." 761-6520 "Hearts and Minds": East Quad Film Series 7 pm in Room 1 26, East Quad. Award winning documentan of the Vietnam War. Free. 7 Sunday METRA Cruz for Wellness: Gay Liberation 730 pm, Bob-Lo Boat, Detroit. 763-41 86 or 1-892-9009 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 pm to 7 pm at 1 21 4 Packard Road. 761-6520 General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm in the Michigan Union. Room number at front desk. 761-7960 Israeli Folk Dancing: B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation 7:30 pm at Hillel, 1 429 Hill. One hour of nstruction followed by open dancing. For beginning and advanced students. 663-3336 General Meeting: Coalition for Arms Control 7:30pmat310S.Ashley. 663-4897 8 Monday General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 p.m. at 250I Braeburn Circle. Please cali 973-201 6 to conf irm the location. General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm in Room 4304, Michigan Union. 483-3478 General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm at the Michigan Union. Ask at the front desk for the room location. 663-3560 General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 7 pm in Room 111, West Engineering Bldg (corner of S. University and E. University). 9717994 or 769-8549 Lecture Series: "Reflections on Liberation Theology" Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, father of Liberation Theology and professor in the Dept. of Theology and Social Sciences at Catholc Pontifical University in Lima, Peru. 8 pm to 1 0 pm in MLB Auditorium 3. 9 Tuesday Central America Interest Group meeting: New Jewish Agenda (NJA) 7 pm at 71 1 Wesley. 995-521 0 U.S. Group 61 meeting: Amnesty International (Al) 7:30 pm at Michigan Union. Ask for room number at front desk. 761-1 628 or 761 -3639 General Meeting: National Organization for Women (NOW) 7:30 pm at 1 91 7 Washtenaw. "Positive and Negative Images of Women" will be the topic, with the emphasis on images of women in the local área. Free child care is available during the meeting, and the public is always welcome. A portion of each meeting is devoted to writing letters of support or critique regarding current issues to the people nvolved and the government officials concerned with their resolution. 995-5494 10 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee 6 to 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) GE Boycott Committee: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm in the Michigan League. 995-5871 General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 Wednesday) General Meeting: New Dimensions Study Group 8:30 pm at the Yoga Center 205 E. Ann. "An Introduction to the Medicine Wheel," Lynn Michalik, NDSG co-founder and student of Native American teachers Bill and Judy Wahlberg, presents an overview of the "Powers of the Four Directbns in Medicine Wheel Practice." Meetings are open to all interested parties and are free, although small donations are welcome to help defray the nominal cost of the meeting space. 971-0881 11 Thursday Informational Tea Reception: Housing Bureau for Seniors, Inc. 3 to 4:30 pm in the second floor conference room of Turner Clinic. Learn about the Bureau's activities and how to become a volunteer housing counselor. 763-0970 General Meeting: Bread for the World 7:30 pm. In Ann Arbor (2nd District) meetings are held at the First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. For information cali Jim Rutz at 668-4064. In Ypsilanti (15th District) contact Robert Krzewinski at 487-9058. 12Friday Festifall: UAC, Arts and Programming, SAC Student organizations strut their stuff all day on the Diag of the U-M campus. Many of the organizations listed in the Community Resource Directory of Agenda will be on hand to discuss their organizartions, pass out literatura and sell t-shirts, buttons, etc. Campus Information: 763-4637. Bucket Drive: Women's Crisis Center Swing a bucket to raise money for the Center. To sign up for a Fri. or Sat. 2 to 3 hour shift, cali 761-9475. 13Saturday Deadline for News and Feature Anieles: Agenda By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliverto 1 Jefferson Ct. or cali 996-801 8. Bucket Drive: Women's Crisis Center Swing a bucket to raise money for the Center. To sign up for a Fr. or Sat. 2 to 3 hour shift, cali 761-9475. The Ensemble for Early Jewish Music: B"nai Brith Hillel Foundation 8:45 pm at the U-M Museum of Modern Art. Jewish music of the Medieval Renaissance perbds, performed on authentically reproduced historical instruments. Tickets available at Hillel, Beth Emeth, and Beth Israel. 663-3336 14 Sunday General meeting: Wellness Networks, Hurón Valley (WNI-HV) 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Educatbn Center. 662-6134 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 pm to 7 pm (see 7 Sunday) Steering Committee Meeting: New Jewish Agenda (NJA) 5pm at 1736Glenwood. 971-5382 Mass Meeting: Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry, B"na Brith Hillel Foundation 7 pm in the Michigan Union. 761-3121. General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) Israeli Folk Dancing: B"nai Brith Hillel Foundation 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) 15 Monday Deadline for Ad space reservations: Agenda By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliverto 1 Jefferson Court or cali 996-801 8. General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm at 250I Braeburn Circle. (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6pm (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 8 Thursday) Speaker: Gideon Spiro, Israeli Peace Activist: New Jewish Agenda (NJA) 7:30 pm in the East Conference Room, Fourth Floor, Rackham. Topic: "The Israeli-Palestinian Peace Movement: Confronting the 'Iran Fist' in the Occupied Territorios." Co-sponsored by LASC, ICP, Rackham Student Government, Office of Ethics and Religión, FSACC, MAD, and the Ecumenical Center. 662-9217 Mass Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 8 pm at the Ampitheatre of the Rackham Bldg. The focus will be the current situation in Southern África and how to get involved in the Free South África Movement. 971 -7994 or 769-8549 16Tuesday General Meeting: Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament, Inc. (WAND) Doors open at 7 pm for conversation and sales of WAND items, the meeting begins at 7:30, the program at 8:30 and discussion follows at 9 pm. Ann Arbor City Council member Kathy Edgren will be discussing Federal policies and local response. Babysitting s provided. St. Aidan's EpiscopalNorthside Presbyterian Church, 1 679 Broadway. 761-1718 Meeting: Hill Street Players 7 pm in the Michigan Union, Wolverine Room. HillePs studentrun theatre company. 996-8131. General Meeting: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) 7:30 pm at the Fellowship Room of Friend's Center, 1420 Hill Street. 971-4702 Annual Fall Outreach Meeting: Democratie Socialists of America Jim Shoch, National DSA's Political Director, will be there. For time and location cali Greg Scott, 665-5652. 17 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America Education Action Committee 6 to 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm at the Michigan Union. Anyone interested in writing, graphics, or journalism should come. 995-5871 General Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 Wednesday) 18Thursday General Meeting: HAP-NICA 5:30 pm at the Michigan Union. 769-1442 Black Orchid Theater Coffee House 8 pm at the Halfway Inn, Church St. entrance of East Quad. An eclectic, dynamic evening of music, poetry, and performance. 19Friday Deadline for Community Resource Directory (CRD) and Calendar listings: Agenda By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 481 06. Hand deliver to 1 Jefferson Ct. orcall 996-8018. Peer Counselor Training: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) 35 hours of traing ofvertwo weekends followed by a 4 hour per week, 6 month commitment. WCC is a grassroots, collectively run, all women, f ree counseling organization. Cali 761 -9475 for a screening interview. Shabbat Potluck: New Jewish Agenda (NJ A) 7 pm at 1302 Gardner. Bring a veggie dish to pass and be prepared to have f un with nice people. Al Fishman of Detroit NJA will show slides of h is trip to the U.S.S.R. RSVPbyWed.17, 994-8052. 20 Saturday General Meeting: Ann Arbor War Tax DissidentsU.S. Peace Tax Fund 1 2 noon to 3 pm, Wesley Foundation Lounge, 602 E. Huron. 662-2838 "Lovejoy's Nuclear War: East Quad Film Series 7 pm in Room 126, East Quad. Film a bout nuclear power and civil disobedience. Free 21 Sunday Deadline for camera-ready ads: Agenda By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliverto 1 Jefferson Ct. or cali 996-801 8. Monthly Meeting: New Democratie Movement 4 pm at the Michigan League, 3rd floor, Room D. 996-8408 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 pm to 7 pm (see 7 Sunday) General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) "Berlín, Jerusalem and the Moon," Traveling Jewish Theatre (TJT): B"nai Brith Hillel Foundation 8 pm at the Lydia Mendelssohn Thealre. TJT presents a comedydrama that explores the contradictions of Jewish idenfrty using Germany of the 30s and today's Middle East as its backdrop. Ambitious theatre that weaves music, mime, masks, puppetry, storytelling, and standup comedy .Tickets are available at Ticketworld and Hillel. Speaker: Latin American Solidarity Committee Jane Slaughter, Detroit-based journalist who has recently returned from 5 months in Guatemala will discuss her experiences there. 8 pm, cali 6658438 for recorded announcement of location. 22 Monday General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm at 2501 Braeburn Circle. (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Educatkn-Actkn Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 8 Thursday) General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 7 pm (see 8 Monday) 24 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee 6 to 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) Mass meeting: Student United Jewish Appeal Campaign 7 pm at Hillel.1429 Hill. 663-3336 The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm (see 1 7 Wednesday) Adult Child Workshop: Housing Bureau for Seniors 7:30 lo 9 pm in the Burns Park Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin. "Where will home be next for mom and dad?" Designed for adult children of senior citizens deal with this new phase in their lives. To register, cali 763-0970. (CONT. ON NEXT PAGE) General Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 Wednesday) General Meeting: New Dimensions Study Group 8:30 pm at the Yoga Center 205 E. Ann. Video: "The Global Brain." NDSG Detroit coördinator Torn Lincoln hosts a video based on the Gaia hypothesis, that the Earth is a living organism, and arguing that humankind's emerging information society can be seen as Gaia's central nervous system. $2-$3 admissbn. 971 -0881 25 Thursday Feminist Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda (NJA) 7:30 pm at 1208 Chapel Ct. 665-2825 General Meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm atthe Michigan Union. Professor Daniel Axelrod and Janis Michael, MAD's chair, will give keynote talks and fall activities will be discussed. 995-5871 26 Friday Bowl-a-thon: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade Help raise funds for tools and materials, Colonial Lañes, cali 761 -7960 for details. "Women in Politics-1986": National Organization for Women (NOW) 7:30 to 10:30 pm, 1781 Arlington, Ann Arbor. A f und-raising celebration to honor and support local women politicians. Senator Lana Pollack; Commisioners Merilou Murray, Catherine McCIary, and Mary Egnor; and Councilwomen Doris Preston, Kathy Edgren, and Bev Fish will be among the honorees. Your $25 donation will go to the Ann Arbor NOWPAC. 995-2532 Anti-Apartheid Shanty Rededication Ceremony: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 8 pm on the Diag. The ceremony will include songs, speeches, poems and drama. 971 -7994 or 769-8549 27 Saturday Book Sale: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament 9 am to 5 pm n the Wolverine Room, Michigan Union. Books of all shapes, sizes, and sorts, really cheap. 995-01 83 28 Sunday Indoor Composting Workshop: The Ecology Center of Ann Arbor 1 1 am to 1 pm at Leslie Science Center. A demonstraron vermicomposting (indoor composting with the aid of worms) box will be set up. 662-7802. Harvest Feast Open House: Project Grow 1 pm to 4 pm at Leslie Science Center. A workshop on root cellaring, displays of organic produce, a garden blue-printing activity and more. 662-7802. Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 pm to 7 pm (see 7 Sunday) General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) Israeli Folk Dancing: B"nai Brith Hillel Foundation 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) 29 Monday General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm at 250I Braeburn Circle. (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 8 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 8 Thursday) General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 7 pm (see 8 Monday)

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