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To publicize CALENDAR events send formatted listings to AGENDA CALENDAR, P.O. BOX 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106 FORMAT- Event: Sponsor. Time and place. One to two sentence description, (fee), phone number. Unless otherwlse noted, all events Usted in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (inctuding all of the committee meetings). Also, all addresses are in Ann Arbor unless noted otherwise. ALL MONTH The Artist and the Book": Dawn Treader Book Shop. April 2 through May 2 at the Eustace Clarence Scrubb Gallery nside Dawn Treader Books, 1202 S. University. A collection of prints and drawings from Audubon to Rowlandson, through Henry Miller and Leonard Baskin. 6652270 Gallery Exhiblt by Elalne Noyes: Eyemediae. April 5 to May 2 at 21 4 N. Fourth Ave. Works by Noyes (mixed media installations) and Mark Blottner (moveable animation). Reception for the artists April 6th, 6 to 8pm. 1 Wednesday Planning Meeting: April 25th March on Washington D.C. Coalition. 7 to 8 pm at 1407 Mason Hall. Help organize local contingent to national march for "Justice & Peace in Central America and Southern África." 662-0585 General Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape. 7:30 pm at Community Access, by the Fire Station, Fifth Ave at Huron. Planning meeting for the annual Take Back the Night Rally and March. 971-4667 Benefit Bash: NORML 9 pm in the Michigan Union Pendelton Rm. Featuring the bands "Wild Moose Party" and "Accidental Suitcase" and a cash bar. $5 donation. Annual Talent Show: Michigan Gay Union. 9 pm at the Law Club Lounge, 551 S. State. 763-4186 2 Thursday Volunteer Information Meeting: Court Accompaniment Program (CAP). 3 to 4 pm at the U-M SAPAC office, 3100 U-M Union. General orientation forwomen interested in CAP. CAP is a volunteer program being developed by the Women's Crisis Center, Assault Crisis Center and U-M Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center to provide support to survivors of sexual assault during court proceedings. 763-5865 Meeting: International Appropriate Technology Association. 5:30 pm in the Michigan Union. (Cali 665-5244 to verify). Staff Meeting: AGENDA. 7:30 pm at Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Full staff meeting to evalúate the April issue and to plan the May issue. 996-801 8 "JB": Hill Street Players. 8 pm at Hill Auditorium. A contemporary retelling of the story of Job, $4. 6633336 3 Friday Meeting: Nov. 29th Committee for Palestino. 5 pm in the MUG of the Michigan Union. 764-695 Womyn's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) and Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 to 7 pm at the Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División. Informal feminist fun and social support. All women invited. 763-41 86 or 994-9 1 00 4 Saturday Martin Luther King Memorial and Rededication Service: Bethel AME Church. 12 noon at Bethel AME Church, 900 Plum Street To remember Dr. Martin Luther King on the day of his assassination, and to rededicate ourselves to the fight for justice and equality. 663-3800 Second Annual Ann Arbor Freedom March Against Rascism & Apartheid. 12:30pm at the U-M Diag. People will march to Wheeler Park for a rally at 1 :30 pm with speakers and poetry by Elise Bryant, at 2 pm the march will go back to the U-M Diag for a rally at 3 pm against racism and apartheid, featuring an activist from South África. "We are march ing for justioe and equal opportunity for all people. Now is the time that justice needs to be practiced. We've waited too late as it is."- Rev John Woods of Bethel AME. 662-5189 Fundraiser for the Legal Defense of the "Pursell 118": (LASC). 4 to7 pm in the Kuenzel room of the Michigan Union. Speakers will include Jonathan Fried, renouned expert on international law, and Julie Beutel, captured by the Contras while participating in a Witness for Peace visit to the Rio San Juan in 1 985. "Zen Buddhis i in North America": Zen Buddhist Temple. 7 to 8 pm at 1214 Packard. Introductory monthly talk. 761-6520 "JB": Hill Street Playera. 8 pm at Hill Aud. (see 2 Thursday) 5 Sunday General Meeting: A Place To Stay. 3 to 5 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. A group working to set up a network of host homes in the Ann ArborYpsilanti anea for women and their children in need of temporary housing. Newpeoplewelcomeü 668-6280 or 761-8426 "JB": Hill Street Players. 4 pm at Hill Aud. (see 2 Thursday) Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm at 1214 Packard. Open to all. 761-6520 Israel! Dancing: Hillel. 7:30 pm at 1429 Hill St. 663-3336 "Popular Reality, The Video Show": Popular Reality. 9:35 pm on A2 Cable Channel 9. Local tabioid hits the tube. 769-7422 6 Monday City Elections: City of Ann Arbor. 8 am to 7 pm. Vote for Mayor, City Council and Proposals A and B. Potluck: Free University Network (FUN). 6:30 pm at 1402 Hill St. Please come along to share ideas of what the Free U should be and what classes we will offer in the days of warm th. "Popular Reality, The Video Show": Popular Reality. 7:05 pm on TV (seo 5 Sunday) Women In Judalsm Series: Hlllel. 7:30 pm at 1429 Hill. Prof. Tikva Frymer Kensky will dicuss what Jewish thought has taught a bout Jewish women and what women are adding to Jewish thought. 663-3336 Monthly Meeling: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. 7:30 pm at Pittsfield School, 2543 Pittsfield Blvd. 971-4702 "Virtual Play": Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. A 1984 film by Steve Fagin (80 min.), $3. 662-2470 Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe. Reading from theirwork will be Howard Schoti and Catherine Wright. 662-5189 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 7 Tuesday Neve ShalomWahat Al-Sa lam: New Jewish Agenda . 1 2 noon in room 4-5 Michigan Union. Israeli Palestinian, Toni Srouji, and Israeli Jew, Jacob Sonnenschein, discuss their community which includes both Palestinians and Jews, and a school for peace in Israel. 769-2063 General meeting: Ann Arbor FLOC. 5:30 pm at room 2209 AB in the Michigan Union. Come with ideas, suggestions, etc. We're working on the events described below and starting to gear up for the annual FLOC Food Booth at the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair. We'll need lots of help. It's not too early! 764-1446 Support Group for Women with Eating Disorders: Women's Crisis Center (WCC). 7:30 to 9:30 pm. This is the last meeting for new women to join. Sliding scale fee. 994-91 00. Membership Meeting: GEO. 8 pm in the Flackham Amphitheater. Oedipus, Mom, and Freud Movies: Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. Featuring The Lead Shoes" (Sidney Peterson 1949), "Mother's Day" (James Broughton, 1948), and "On the Marriage Broker Joke as Cited by Sigmund Freud in Wit and its Relation to the Unconscious or Can the Avant-Garde Artist be Wholed?" (Owen Land, 1978), $3. 662-2470 Adventure Travel Series: Bivouac Adventure Travel. 8 pm at Bivouac, 336 S. State. 'On Safari in África." Slide show, lecture and discussion on adventure travel in East África, going beyond the conventional vehide-bound game safari. Guest speaker: Jon Mintz, a U-M student who went on safari in Kenya during the fall of 1986. 761-8777 8 Wednesday Planning Meeting: April 25th march on Washington DC Coalition. 7 pm (see 1 Wednesday) Volunteer Orientation Meeting: Women's Crisis Center (WCC). 7 pm. Learn about WCC volunteer opportunities and our peer counselor training (first two weekends in May). 994-9100 for location and to register. All women welcome! General Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape. 7:30 pm (see 1 Wednesday) Feminist Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 7:30 pm. Planning for the N JA Midwest Feminist Retreat April 24-26. 769-5680 "Rebel Without a Cause": Hill Street Cinema. 8 pm at 1429 Hill St. 1 954 classic starring you-knowwho, $2.50. 663-3336 "An Exploration of Feminine Spirituality": New Dimensions Study Group. 8:05 pm at the Yoga Center. Aura Glazer is owner of Ann Arbor's Crazy Wisdom Bookstore and a leader in the Southeast Michigan New Age community. Cheryl Sterefs is an Ann Arbor-area holistic health practitioner. Both have been active with womerïs spirituality for the last ten years. 971-0881 9 Thursday Meeting: International Appropriate Tech. Association. 5:30 pm (see 2 Thursday) Speaker: HAP-NICA. 7:30 pm in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union. Dr. Jeffrey Paige, Prof. of Sociology, will speak about "Myths and Realities in Nicaragua." Central America Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 7:30 pm at 71 1 Wesley. Planning for Rene Epelbaum vis it the week of April 1 2 and talk on April 1 5. 995-52 1 0 General Meeting: Bread for the World. 7:30 pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 1 432 Washtenaw. The meeting will discuss the WIC program and other hunger related legislation. 487-9058 "lOFriday Beginners Weekend Retreat: Zen Buddhlst Temple. 10th to 12th. Registration required. 761-6520 Meeting: Nov. 29th Committee for Palestino. 5 pm (see 3 Friday) Womyn's Tea: (WCC) and Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 pm (see 3 Friday) "Free Dream Rap and Lecture": School of Metaphysics. 7:30 pm at 719 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti. 482-9600 Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation. 8 pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 11 Saturday Chanting Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 761-6520 Blrthday Party: Ypsilanti Food Co-op. 9 am to 7 pm. The Ypsilanti Food Co-op will celébrate its 1 2th year of providing healthy eating alternatives to the community. We invite you to our birthday party, to sample our birthday baking altematives. The winners and finalists entríes of the March baking contest will be availabie, along with their recipes. A clown and musicians will join in the celebraron. Come see how delicious a nutricious birthday can be. Volunteer Orientation Meeting: Women's Crisis Center (WCC). 3 pm (see 8 April) Program on Central America: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. 7:30 pm at Will and Bea Otis1, 302 Elm, Ypsilanti. John Rohde and Barbara Kritt will discuss their experíences and impressions during recent stays and travel in Nicaragua and other parts of Central America. 483-0058 "Chariots of Fire": Hill Street Cinema. 9 pm at 1429 Hill St. $2.50. 663-3336 "Popular Reality, The Video Show": Popular Reality. 10:05 pm on TV (see 5 Sunday) 12Sunday Middle East Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 1 1 30 am. Brunch and planning for upcoming events. 662-9217 General meeting: Wellness Networks, Inc.- Hurón Valley (WNI-HV). 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center, (enter through outpatient entrance). Open to all. 662-6134 "Thirty Years of Progress": Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. 4 pm at the First Methodist Church, State at Huron. 763-4186 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm at 1214 Packard. Open to all. 761-6520 Lecture: School of Metaphysics. 6:30 pm at 719 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti. Book of Revelation interpreted. 482-9600 General Meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) . Doors open 7 pm, meeting at 7:30. NEW LOCATION: First Baptist Church, 512 E. Hurón. Prof. Gerald Linderman of the U-M Department of History will examine the social and psychological reasons why Americans have gone to war during the 20th century. 761-1718 Israel! Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm at 1429 Hill St. 663-3336 13 Monday Monthly Meeting: Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. 7:30 pm at the First Methodist Church, State at Hurón. 763-4186 Lesbian-Gay Male Community Forum: Gay Liberation. 7:30 pm atCanterbury House, 218 N. División. Homophobia, Violence, Discrimination, Civil Rights: A Cali to Community Action will be the subject of the Forum. 665-0606 or 763-4 186 "The Prints and the Paper: Our Airlines": Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. Filmmakers Jeff Plankster (Detroit), Torn Ludwig (Detroit) and Owen O'Toole (Boston) will be present to screen some of their award winning 8mm films, involving one and two projectors, $3. 662-2470 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm atCanterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4 186 14 Tuesday General meeting: Ann Arbor FLOC. 5:30 pm (see 7 Tuesday) Baldemar Velasquez: Ann Arbor FLOC. 7 pm, Kunzel Room, Union. Velasquez, president of FLOC, will discuss the history and current struggles in this important labor movement, a movement that demands local, state, and national debate. He will also address the grawing recognition of the significance of domestic farm labor organizing to international labor movements. 764-1446 Membership Meeting: IWW. 7pm at Dominick's. Working Meeling: AGENDA. 7:30 pm at Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Buil session open to the public. 996-8018 Meeting: Amnesty International: Group 61. 7:30 pm at the University of Michigan Student Union. 761-1628 or 761-3639. "Rome 78": Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. A 1978 James Nares film: Lydia Lunch and Eric Mitchell don togas for this burlesque of "I, Claudius" complete with Roman costumes and New York locations, $3. 662-2470 Adventure Travel Series: Bivouac Adventure Travel. 8 pm at Bivouac, 336 S. State. "Rafting the Grand Canyon Colorado and Other Wild and Scenic Western Rivers." Slide show, lecture and discussion on rafting the rivers of the American West Guest speakers: experienced Colorado Riverguides. 761-8777 15 Wednesday Meditation Retreat: Zen Buddhist Temple. 15th to20th. Registration required. 761-6520 Planning Meeting: April 25th march on Washington DC Coali tion. 7 pm (see 1 Wednesday) General Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalilion Against Rape. 7:30 pm at Community Access by the Fire Station, Fifth Ave at Huron. Planning meeting for the annual Take Back the Night Rally and March. 971-4667 Argen tina's Disappeared: A Jewish Mother's Struggle for Justice: New Jewish Agenda. 7:30 pm. Rene Epelbaum talks about her experiences struggling to find her "disappeared" son and obtain justice in Argentina. 995-5210 General Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape. 7:30 pm (see 1 Wednesday) Witness- Taxes for Peace: Ann Arbor War Tax Dissident. 8 pm 'til midnight at the Main Post Office on Stadium Blvd. Join us for our yeariy witness of alternati ves for the use of our tax dollars with leaflets, placards, and posters for the lastminute taxpayers. 16Thursday Vigil for a Weapons ResearchFree University: MSA Researchers and WAND. 3 pm to 4 pm at the cube near Michigan Union and 4 to 5 pm at Regent's public comment time. Vigil to oppose the proposed change in U-M research guidelines, which would drop the enduseclause. 761-1718 Meeting: Int Appropriate Technology Association. 5:30 pm (see 2 Thursday) Speaker: HAP-NICA. 7:30 pm in the Anderson Room of the Michigan Union. Abdollah Dashti, gradúate student in anthropology, will be speaking about "Participative Democracy and Politica! Consciousness in Rural Nicaragua." 17 Friday Meeting: Nov. 29th Committee for Palestine. 5 pm (see 3 Friday) Womyn's Tea: (WCC) and Lesbian Programs Office. 5: 30 to 7 pm (see 3 Friday) Benefit Concert: Ann Arbor FLOC. 9 pm in the Michigan Union Ballroom. Featuring Tracy Lee and the Leonards! Contribution $6. 764-1446 19Sunday Coordinating Council: New Jewish Agenda. 1 1 am at 2208 Packard. 662-9217. Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm at 1214 Packard. Open to all. 761-6520 20 Monday Raffle Drawing Party: IATA and CSPR. 7 to 8 pm at Les Voyagers by Argo Canoe Livery. Fundraiser for 3 elementary school additions in Rio San Juan, Nicaragua. 764-0175 Music Videos: Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. Recent works by Cabaret Voltaire, The The and Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians, $3. 662-2470 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 21 Tuesday General meeting: Ann Arbor FLOC 5:30 pm (see 7 Tuesday) Michigan FilmVideo: Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. A tradition of the best and the brightest. And so close to home. Submissions in all fonmats welcome 662-2470 Adventure Travel Series: Bivouac Adventure Travel. 8 pm al Bivouac, 336 S. State. "Natural History Excursions in Australia." Slide show, lecture and discussion. Guest speakers: Dan Pickard, owner of Bivouac Adventure Travel, and Tim Joslyn, director of the Living Science Foundation. Guest live animáis will nclude a wallaby , cockatoo and other indigenous Australian animáis. 7618777 22 Wednesday Planning Meeting: April 25th march on Washington DC Coalition. 7 pm (see 1 Wednesday) General Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape. 7:30 pm (see 1 Wednesday) "The Cosmic Whisper": New Dimensions Study Group. 8:05 pm at the Yoga Center. An exploration of the themes of karma, psychic channeling, and prophecy with Pat Huff, founder and co-director of the M.E.S.A. Parapsychology Center in Toledo and author of the book "The Cosmic Whisper." 971-0881 . 23 Thursday Meeting: International Appropriate Technology Association. 5:30 pm (see 2 Thursday) Meeting: HA P-N IC A. 7:30 pm (see 9 Thursday) 24 Friday Meeting: Nov. 29th Committee lor Palestine. 5 pm (see 3 Friday) Womyn's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) and Lesbian Programs Office. 5: 30 to 7 pm (see 3 Friday) Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation. 8 pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Midwest Feminist Retreat: New Jewish Agenda. A wide variety of discussions, workshops, sing-alongs, meals, rituals and fun. Cali 994571 7 early in the month to register. 15th Anniversary Fundraiser: Women's Crisis Center with Border's Bookshop. Presenta certifícate upon purchase and Borders will dónate a percentage to the Women's Crisis Center. WCC provides crisis intervention and tree peer counseling to women in the Ann ArborYpsilanti area. Certificates available at WCC and Border's. 9949100 No Paine - No Gain? Torn Paine by Paul Foster at Performance Network April 2-4, 9-11 at 8pm & April 5, 12 at 6:30 pm Cali 663-0681 for ticket information. Fundraiser: SANE. Baroque music performer Sarah Summer witl be the highlight of a fundraiser at the Kerrytown Concert House benefitting the Second District Arms Control Coalition. 663-3913. March on Washington DC: LASC. Being organized nationally by prominent religious and labor leaders to protest U.S. intervention in Central America and to oppose U.S. government and corporate support for the South African apartheid system. Busos will leave Ann Arbor Friday return Sunday morning. For reservations cali Vicky at 662-0585 or the LASC office. "Numerology: Do Numbers Realy Influnce Your Life?": School of Metaphy sics. Free lecture at 7:30 pm, Washtenaw Community College. Cali 482-9600 for details. 25 Saturday Training Session: Wellness Network- Huron Valley Today's training will present an overview of the health crisis, the diseases, and the ditficulties in managing and helping people affected by AIDS. There is a nominal charge for the training, which is required of all Wellness volunteers. Please cali in advance to register. Psychic Fair: School of Metaphysks. 1 pm to 6 pm at Crazy Wisdom Book Store, 206 N. Fourth Ave. Donations requested. 6652757 Midwest Feminist Retreat: New Jewish Agenda, (see 24 Friday) I5th Anniversary Fundraiser: WCC with Border' s Bookshop. (see 24 Friday) 26 Sunday Open House: Women's Crisis Center. 12 noon to 3 pm at 306 N. División in St. Andrew's Church. Come see the Center and celébrate our Fifteenth Birthday! 994-9100 15th Anniversary Fundraiser: WCCwith Border' s Bookshop. (see 24 Friday) Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm at1 214 Packard. Open to all. 761-6520 Lecture: School of Metaphysics. 6:30 pm at 719 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti. 482-9600 Training Session: Wellness Network. (see 25 Saturday) Midwest Feminist Retreat: New Jewish Agenda, (see 24 Friday) 27 Monday Video Noir I: Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. A night of "noir" genre films: "Lines of Force" (Bob Snyder, 1979), "Beneath the Skin" (Cecelia Condrt, 1981), "Doublé Lunar Dogs' (Joan Jonas, 1 984), and "Human Skeleton" (Wayne Fieking, 1983). Total program time: 70 minutes, $3. 662-2470 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 prn atCanterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 28 Tuesday Open House: Ecology Center. At the Ecology Center's Environmental Classroom. Hands-on activities in recycling, acid rain and crafts will be offered, and, weather permitting, outdoor tours will be conducted. Free. 761-3186 General meeting: Ann Arbor FLOC. 5:30 pm (see 7 Tuesday) Meeting: Bread for the Work). 7:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church (Interfaith Council office), 120 S. State. Topic: May Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) action. 487-9058 "The Asphalt Jungle": Eyemediae. 8 pm at 214 N. Fourth Ave. SekJom seen 1950 masterpiece by John Huston, $3. 662-2470 30 Thursday Meeting: IATA. 5:30 pm (see 2 Thursday)

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