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To publicize Calendar evenls send formatted listings to: Agenda Calendar, P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106 Format: Date, Event, Sponsor, time and place,1 to 2 senlence description, phone number. Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in the Calendar are free and open to the general public (including all of the committee meetings). Also, unless otherwise noted, all addresses are In Ann Arbor. All Month Educational Art Exhibit: Amber Waves of Grain 35,000 piece miniature clay replica of the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal. Rainbow Hall, Unity Institute for Holistic üving, 17425 2nd Blvd., Detroit. 3454848 1 Monday General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracdet Program 5 pm at 250I Braebum Circle. Please cali 973-2016 to confirm 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) 6:30 pm in Room 111, West Engineering Bldg (corner of S. University and t. University). 9717994 or 769-8549 Writers Series: Guild House 8 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. E.H. Creeth and Dan Fader. 662-5189 Lecture Series: "Reflections on Liberation Theology" 8 to 10 pm in the Modern Languages Building, Aud. 3. Lectures by Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, "father" of Liberation Theology and Professor in the Dept. of Theology and Social Sciences at Catholic Pontifical University in Lima, Peru. 764-4475 Lesbian-Gay Male Religious Groups Open House: Gay Uberation 8 to 1 1 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 Benefit: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade and Amnesty International. Nectarino Ballroom. English folkrockpunk nero, Billy Bragg will be performing. 761-7960 2 Tuesday Evening Chanting: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm at the Zen Buddhist Tempte, 1214 Packard. 761-6520 General Meeting: National Organization for Women (NOW) 7:30 pm at 191 7 Washtenaw. 995-5494 "Roses in December": Religious Coalition for Central America (Interfaith CouncH for Peace Fundralser) 7:30 pm in the Westey Lounge, First United Methodist Church. A brief worship service to commemorate the struggle for peace of the four North American Churchwomen killed in El Salvador on December 2, 1 980 and the film "Roses in December." $5 suggested donation, students $2.50. 663-1870 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 toward material aid projects in Central America Sponsored by LASC and Guild House $2 adult and $ 1 child age 6 to 1 2 suggested donation. 663-1870 "The Sound of Music": Hill Street Cinema 7 pm at the Hillel, 1 429 Hill Street. $2 admission. Hunger Task Force Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace 7 to 9 pm at the First Baptist Church 512 E. Hurón. Bill Stapp of the U-M ' School of Natural Resources wilt give a slide presentation on the famine in Sudan. 663-1870 The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (RAD) 7:30 pm at the Michigan Union. Anyone interested in wnting , graphics, or journalism should come. 995-5871 Monthly Meeting: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WÍLPF) 7:30 pm at 21 37 Medford # 1 5. 971 - 4702 Women's Self Defensa Workshop: Women's Crisis Center 7:30 to 9:30 pm in Anderson 'D', Michigan Union. First of one-night, monthly Women's Self-Defense Workshops. $3 donation if possible requested. 761-9475 General Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee ÍLASC) è pm at the Michigan Union. Ask for the room number at me front desk. 6658438 4 Thursday General Meeting: HAP-NICA 5:30 pm at the Michigan Union. 7691442 General Meeting: Ann Arbor Central America Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm in the 2nd Floor Conference Room, Fire Station, 1 1 1 North 5th Ave. 994-2766 or 769-5051 General Meeting: FLOC 7:30 pm in Room 43 1 8 of the Michigan Union. 764-1446 General Meeting: Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm in 3909 Michigan Union. 9362456 or 763-3241 Coordination Meeting: Women's Crisis Center 7:30 pm at WCC, 306 N. División. Committee coördinators, volunteers, and interested community members can get together to plan WCC directions and actions.76 1-9475 5 Friday Noon Forum: Guild House Neon at Guild House, 802 Monroe. Katherine Yih: "Ethnidty and Autonomy on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. Homemade veg. soup $1 . 662-5 1B9 Disarmament Working Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace Noon to 1 :30 pm in the Wesley Lounge of First United Methodist Church. Discussing future educational efforts around Star Wars and planning events for the coming year. 1870 Womyn's Afternoon Tea or a Happy Hour Alternativo for wimmin: Lesbian Network and Women's Crisis Center. 5 to 7 pm at the Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División - Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's church. Gather to share with and meet women like you, and unlike you. all women welcome. 761-9475or 763-4186 General Meeting: N29 5 to 6 pm in the Union. Ask at the Information desk for the specific location. General Meeting: Association of Arab American Gradúate Students 6 pm in the Union. Ask for room number at front desk. 769-2776 Kenneth Anger Film Retrospective: Ann Arbor Film Festival 7:30 pm at Performance Network, 410 W. Washington. A retrospective on the work of Kenneth Anger, filmmaker and author of the controversial book, Hollywood Babyion. All of Angels available films (some have been lost or confiscated) will be shown, including: "Fireworks", "Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome", corpio Rising" and 6 other films. Tickets $3. 995-5356 or 763-4186 "Feminist Friday": National Organization for Women (NOW) Time and place to be announced. Monthly get-togethers to meet other feminists eind discuss whatever s on your mind in an informal atmosphere. 662-6429 6 Saturday General Meeting: Gray Panthers of Huron Valley 2 to 4 pm n the 2nd floor conference room, Ann Arbor Fire Station, 107 North Fifth Avenue. Strategies for action to inform the public on the need for a National Health Service, a work session on "Changing the Health Care Delivery System". 663-0786 El Salvador: Another Vietnam: East Quad Film Series 7 pm in Rm. 1 26 East Quad. 1 981 film examines the civil war in El Salvador in light of U.S. military and economie policy in Central America. "Red River": Hill Street Cinema 7 and 9 :30 pm at the Hiltel, 1 429 Hill St. $2 admission. Monthly Introductory Talk: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. Zen Buddhism in North America: history, philosophy and practice. 761-6520 Nocturnal Missions: Works In Progress Series, Performance Network 8 pm at the Performance Network, 410 W. Washington. A benefit for the Works in Progress Series, these three linked one-act plays by local playwright Lyn Coffin touch upon a yanety of contemporary topics, incluaing sexual perversions and psychiatrie practices (and vice versa). These stage readings, directed by Linda Kendall and David Freiman inaugúrate the latest Works in Progress Series. Tickets $5. 663-0681 Benefit: A2MISTAD The Ark. Folksinger John McKutcheon returns to A2 to entertain with partial proceeds going to AMISTAD. 761-7960 7 Sunday Vegetarían Potluck In-Service: Women's Crisis Center 1 2 to 2 pm at the WCC, 306 N. División. We will talk about WCC business and determine committee coördinators at this month's gathering. 761-9475 War Toys and the Importance of Play: Interfaith Council for Peace and Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament 3 to 4:30 pm in the Wesley Lounge of First Methodist Church. A panel discussion by the former director of Pound House Children's Center, a social worker at U of M Children's Psychiatrie Hospital, a professor of Early Childhood Education at EMU and a parent. There will be time for questions and discussion trom the audience. 663-1870 Nocturnal Missions: Works in Progress Series, Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 6 Saturday) 663-0681 3rd Annual Alternative Holiday Fair: First Baptist Church ana Interfaith Council for Peace 4 to 7 pm at the First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. An event to celébrate the holiday season in a different way by promoting and demonstra Ong less consumptive ways of giving and celebrating. Gifts purcnasèd are sent, in the name of the person you are purchasing the gift for, to villages in Third World countries. Gifts range from chickens, goats, and heifers to items which support the work of local peace and relief organizations. Participating organizations include A2 Hunger Coalition, A2 Central America Sister City Task Force, Catholic World Relief, Church World SeryiceCROP, Ecology Center, and Interfaith Council for Peace. 663-1870 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 to 7 pm at 12Í4 Packard Road. 7616520 Monthly meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 7 to 9:30 pm at St Aidan's EpiscopaiNorthside Presbyterian Church, 1679 Broadway. Meeting will feature a panel discussion of proposed changes in U-M research guidelines which would allow increased military research on campus, a review of the Nov 4th election and further discussion of action to take in opposition to defense research on campus. 761-1718 General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm in the Michigan Union. Ask for the room at the nformation desk. 7617960 Israeli Folk dancing: B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation 7:30 pm at 1429 Hill St. One hour of instruction followed by two hours of open dancing. For beginning and advanced students. 663-3336 Feminist Interest Group Meeting: New Jewish Agenda 7:30 pm upstairs, at 332 E. Washington. We are continuing to discuss and share ways to bring alternatiye family models into our Jewish lives. New members always welcome. 665-7371 2 Films on The Economy: Bullard Film Series 7:30 pm in Aud. A of Angelí Hall. "God and Money": In 1986 U.S. Catholic bishops issued a pastoral letter on the economy which boldly questioned fundamental American economie ideas, challenging people to go beyond traditional charity to explore systemic economie changes which will empower the poor and dignify labor. This film follows the vigorous dialogue around the pastoral among leading Catholic thinkers and in a typical parish."The Swedish Solution : This film explores the s ucees ses and failures of Sweden's political and economie past, its current struggle for stability ana fairness, and its innovative prescriptions for the future. "The Well" and "A Generation Apart": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm at the Hillel, 1429 Hili St. $2 admission. 8 Monday General Meeting: South African Political Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) Planning Meeting: Michigan ANiance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm on the 4th Floor LSA Bldg. Use the left entrance on Maynard St. Planning for activities and actions. Lecture Series: "Rettections on Liberation Theology" 8 to 10 pm (see 1 Monday) Lesbian-Gay Male Religious Groups Open House: Gay Liberation 8 to 1 1 pm (see 1 Monday) 665-0606 or 763-4166 9 Tuesday Evening Chanting: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm (see 2 Tuesday) 761-6520 General Meeting: "Pursell Watch Task Force" 7:30 pm, Michigan Union. 662-5341 General Meeting: National Organization for Women (NOW) 7:30 pm at the Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Free child care is availabte during the meeting. 995-5494 U.S. Group 61 meeting :Amnesty International (Al) 7:30 pm at Michigan Union. Ask for room number at front desk. 761-1628 or 761-3639 Evaluation Meeting: Religious Coalition on Central America 7:30 pm at Beth Israel Temple, 2000 Wastenaw. Finishing evaluation of Nov. 2 symposium and Ellen Rusten will give a report on her recent trip to El Salvador. 663-1 870 10 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee 6 to 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) Planning Meeting: Democratie Socialists of America 7:30 pm in the 4th Floor Conference room at City Hall. 662-4497 Land, Food and Justice Committee Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 51 2 E. Hurón. Bill Ames of Washtenaw Cooperative Extensión Service will talk about his work with farmers in Wash. County. 663-1870 General Meeting: La tin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 Wednesday) "Paper Moon": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm at the Hillel, 1429 Hill St. $2 admission. 11 Thursday General Meeting: Ann Arbor War Tax DissidentsU.S. Peace Tax Fund 1 2 to 3 pm at Wesley Foundation Lounge, 602 E. Huron. Meeting will include a planning session for a series of community education programs tentatively starting in Jan. and a conlinuation of gathering data regarding bank procedures when the I RS becomes in volved with the conscientious objector-tax résister. 663-2655 General Meeting: Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) 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 General Meeting: Ann Arbor Central America Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. 994-2766 or 769-5051 Meeting: Arrestees at Cari Purselfs Office 7:30 pm, Student Legal Services LJbrary, Michigan Union. 995-9770 12Friday Womyn's Afternoon Tea or a Happy Hour Alternativo for wimmin: Lesbian Network and Women's Crisis Center. 5 to 7 pm (see 5 Friday) General Meeting: N29 5 to 6 pm (see 5 Friday) General Meeting :Association of Arab American Gradúate Students 6 pm (see 5 Friday) Christmas Party: Ypsi Food Coop 7 pm at the Depot Town Freight House A poMuck so bring a dish (whole foods)to pass. 483-1520 13Saturday Deadline for News and Feature Articles: AGENDA By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliver to 1 Jefferson Ct or cali 996-801 8 General meeting: Ann Arbor War Tax DissidentsU.S. Peace Tax Fund 1 2 to 3 pm at Wesley Foundation Lounge, 602 E. Huron. Brown bag lunch, beverages provided. 663-2655 General Meeting: Gray Panthers 2 to 4 pm (see 6 Saturday). Topic "Health Care Reform Needs" 663-0786 NJA Feminist Interest Group Shabbat Celebration: NJA 5 pm at 328 S. Seventh. 769-1714 Winter Solstice Sangha Gathering: Zen Lotus Society 5 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple 1214 Packard. Chanting service and Dharma talk followed by a community meal and evening celebration. 7616520 "Hair": Hill Street Cinema 7and9:15pmattheHillel, 1429 Hill St. $2 admission. Benefit Performance: Performance Network 8 pm at the Performance Network, 410 W. Washington. Join The Chenille Sisters, singersongwriter Jay Stielstra, musicians Micnael Smith and Kevin Lynch, "Talking Mime" O.J. Anderson, Dance Gallery, versatile musidan Larry Reynolds, People Dancing, and other friends for an evening of music and entertainment. Refreshments available. This benefit for Performance Network kicks off our Capital Deyelopment Campaign. We are raising funds for building improvements, equipment and new space. Tickets $10. 663-0681 14 Sunday General Meeting: Wellness Networks, Inc-Huron Valley (WNI-HV) 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center. 662-6134 Monthly Meeting: New Democratie Movement 4 pm at the Michigan League, check listing in lobby for room number. 996-8408 Volunteer Training Session: World Hunger EducationAction Committee (WHE-AC) 4 pm Ann Arbor Shelter at 420 W. Huron. The Shelter provides a safe warm place for the homeless to spend the night. It is already operating beyond capacity as its service becomes more cntical in the winter months . If you would like to volunteer, contact Bumble Marshall at 994-31 79. Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 to 7 pm (see 7 Sunday) Spacebridge of the Americas:"Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament and Beydnd War 5 to7 pm in the U of M Modem Languages Building. A live televisión sattelite "ÍJownlink" during which Beyond War's annual award will be presented to the presidents of the four Latín American Contadora nations. Audiences in 8 cities in both continents will particípate. 761 - 1718 Holiday dinner and Perspective on Nicaragua: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament 7:30 pm for the dinner and 8:30 pm for the speaker at St. Aidan'sNorthsideChurches, 1679 Broadway. Joyce Chesborough from the Ann Arbor Sister City Delegation to Nicaragua will speak about her experiences. There will also be some singing of peace and holiday songs. Cost of the dinner is $2perperson. 761-1718 General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) Israeli Folk Dancing: B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation 8 pm (see 7 Sunday) Week Long Celebration of Winter Solstice: Women's Crisis Center Workshop and ritual wil be held for women and men at Guild House ,802 Monroe. For time and day cali 761 - 9475 or 662-51 89 15 Monday Deadline for Ad space reservations: AGENDA By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliver to 1 Jefferson Court or cali 996-801 8. General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: F ree South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) Lesbian-Gay Male Religious Groups Open House: Gay Liberation 8 to 1 1 pm (see 1 Monday) 6650606 or 763 186 1 6 Tuesday Even ing Chanlease ting: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm (see 2 Tuesday) 761 - 6520 17Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Central America EducationAction Committee 6 to 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm (see 3 Wednesday) General Meeting: Latín American Solidartty Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 Wednesday) 18Thursday General Meeting: HAPNICA 5:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) Ridlng on Stars: Young People's Theatre 7 pm at the Performance Network, 400 W. Washington. A children's play written by the students of Young Authors' Workshop. The story tells of celebrating the joy of overcoming personal, societaí, and even ínter galactical difficulties through greater understanding of our diverse cultures and universal hopes and fears, touching on holidays celebrated by diverse cultural groups in our area, ncluding Chnstmas, Chanukah, Kwanza and the Chinese New Year. A special free preview performance 663-0681 General Meeting: Big Mountain Support Group 7:30 pm at 261 9 S. Main Street. 663-9119 General Meeting: Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) General Meeting: FLOC 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) General Meeting: Ann Arbo; Central America Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) 9942766 or 769-5051 Coordination Meeting: Women's Crisis Center 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) 7619475 19 Friday Deadline for Community Resource Directory (CRD) and Calendar listings: AGENDA By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliver to 1 Jefferson Ct. or cali 996-8018 Womyn's Afternoon Tea or a Happy Hour Alternative for wimmin: Lesbian Network and Women's Crisis Center. 5 to7 pm (see 5 Friday) General Meeting: N29 5 to 6 pm (see 5 Friday) General Meeting :Assoclation of Arab American Gradúate Students 6 pm (see 5 Friday) Shabbal Potluck: New Jewish Agenda 7 pm at 324 Hilldale. Claudia Kraus will show slides from her trip to the Soviet Union this fall. Bring a veggie dish to pass. PleaseRSVP, 662-9217 Riding on Stars: Young People's Theatre 7 pm (see 18 Thursday) Tickets $5, $3 students and seniors. Brigadista send off party: AMfSTAD Information can be obtained at the HAP-NICA office. 769-1 442 20 Saturday Campus X-Mas Break Begins. Please Cali to Venfy Whether Regualr Meetings will Occur as Scheduled. Riding on Stars: Young People's Theatre 2 and 7 pm (see 1 8 Thursday) Tickets $5, $3 students and seniors. General Membership Meetings:Ypsilanti Food Coop 7:30 pm at 1 1 1 5 Hawthom, Ypsilanti. Open to the public, ncluding members and new inquirers. A pot-luck dinner (whole foods) follows so bring a dish to pass. 483-1520 Book Signing-Reception: Dawn Treader Book Shop 8 pm at Dawn Treader Books, 1 202 S. University. Former Ann Arbor resident, Boston author Bob Black wilt be signing his new book, "The Abolition of Work and Other Essays." 663-3773 or 665-2270 21 Sunday Deadline for camer a-ready ads: AGENDA By mail to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, 48106. Hand deliver to 1 Jefferson Ct. or cali 996-80 1 8 Riding on Star: Young People's Theatre 2 and 7 pm (see 1 8 Thursday ) Tickets $5, $3 students and seniors. General Meeting: A2MISTAD Construction Brigade 7:30 pm (see 7 Sunday) Israel i Folk Dancing: B"nai Brith Hillel Foundation 8 pm (see 7 Sunday) 22 Monday General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) Planning Meeting: MAD 7:30 pm (see 8 Monday) Middle East Interest Group: WA 662-8760 or 662-921 7 Lesbian-Gay Male Religious Groups Open House: Gay Liberation 8 to 11jm (see 1 Monday) 6650606 or 763-4186 23 Tuesday Evening Chanting: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm (see 2 Tuesday) 761-6520 24 Wednesday The Connection Committee meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm (see 5 Wednesday) General Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 3 wednesday) 25 Thursday Merry Christmas General Meeting: HAP-NICA 5:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) Feminist Interest Group: NJA 7:30 pm at1208 Chapel Ct. Get to know us and help set goals for the year. 665-2825 General Meeting: FLOC 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) General Meeting: Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm (see 4 Thursday) General Meeting: Ann Arbor Central America Sister City Task Force 7:30 pm place to be announced. 994-2766 or 769-5051 Membership meeting: NJA 7:15pm atTemple Beth Emeth, 2309 Packard. 971-5382 General Meeting: Michigan Alliance for Disarmament (MAD) 7:30 pm at the Michigan Union. Professor Daniel Axelrod and Janis Michael, MAD's chair, wijl give keynote talks and fall activities will bediscussed. 995-5871 26 Friday Womyn's Afternoon Tea or a Happy Hour Alternative for wimmin: Lesbian Network and Women's Crisis Center. 5 to7 pm (see 5 Friday) General Meeting: N29 5 to 6 pm (see 5 Priday) General Meeting :Association of Arab American Gradúate Student 6 pm (see 5 Friday) 27 Saturday Happy Hanukkah Third Rail: Performance Network 8:30 pm at the Performance Network, 410 W. Washington. The reunión performance of the Ann Arbor based rock band, featuring the band's original members and mostly original material, rangmg form their Í985 release "Above the Clouds" to more modern, compelling and textural compositions. Tickets $3.663-0681 28 Sunday Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple-Ann Arbor 5 to 7 pm (see 7 Sunday) 29 Monday General Meeting: South African Politica! Prisoner Bracelet Program 5 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 6 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: World Hunger Education-Action Committee (WHE-AC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) General Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC) 6:30 pm (see 1 Monday) Planning Meeting: MAD 7:30 pm (see 8 Monday) Middle East Interest Group: NJA 662-8760 or 662-921 7 Lesbian-Gay Male Religious Groups Open House: Gay Liberation 8 to 11 pm (see 1 Monday) 6650606 or 763-4 186 30 Tuesday Evening Chanting: Zen Lotus Society 7 to 8 pm (see 2 Tuesday) 76 1 -6520 31Wednesday Worldwide Hour for Peace 7to8am. At 12noonto 1 pm, Greenwich Mean Time, thafs 7 to 8 am our time, people around the world are garnering in spirit to sing, dance, pray, medítate and celébrate peace in whate ver form is most meaningful to them. Church bells will ring in Atlanta, lights lit in Chicago and flowers floated out to sea from Júpiter Beach, Florida. In addition, there wilj be day-long activities at the Friends Meeting House, 1420 Hill St., concluding with a candlelight vigil form 7 to 8 pm. 663-1870 Quote of the month "It's deja vu all over again" -Yogi Berra

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