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To publicize June CALENDAR events, send formatted listings by May 19 to AGENDA CALENDAR, P.O. Box 2624, Ann Arbor Ml 48106 FORMAT: Event: Sponsor. Time and Place. One to two sentence description. (Fee). Phone number Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (including all of the committee meetings). Also, unless otherwise noted, all addresses are in Ann Arbor. All Month Recycling Presentations: Ecology Center. Presentations will be available to schools, civtc and church groups and scout troops. 761-3186 "A Touch of Glass": 16 Hands. M-Th 11 am to 6 pm, F 1 1 am to 8 pm, Sat 10 am to 6 pm at 16 Hands Gallery , 1 19 W. Washington. Celebrating Michigan Glass Month, this exhibit features blown glass from 4 nationally recognized glass studios through May 29. Included will be works by Mark Russell, J. Fine studio, Alex Brand and Ann Dee Greenberg, Dari Gordon and Bruce Pizzichillo. 761-1110 1 Friday Movin' On: Barrier-Free Theater (BFT). 8 pm at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. The showcase highlights BFTs Workshop performances and a sneak previews their summer tour, "Movin' On," a celebration of the diverse abilities of handicappers and non-handicappers. Wheelchair accessible and interpreted for the hearing impaired. $5 in advance, $7 at the door. 663-0681 2 Saturday Statewlde Meeting: IntegrityAnn Arbor. 6 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 Movin' On: Barrier-Free Theater. 8 pm (see 1 Fri.) 3 Sunday Bike-A-Thon: Ecology Center. 16th Annual Ecology Center Bike-AThon. We pro vide food, drink and entertainment at the finish. 761-3186 Garage Sale: Jewish Cultural Society. 1 0 am to 3 pm at 2635 Powell. Annual fundraiser with toys, books, bikes, childrens' clothing, household items and fumiture. If you have items to contribute, please deliver them by 2 Saturday. 761-9491 or 665-7842 Middle Easl Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 1 1 :30 am at 441 S. First #208. Brunch and planning for upcoming events. 973-7255 Movin' On: Barrier-Free Theater. 3 pm (see 1 Fri.) Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to7 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. 761-6520 4 Monday Court Accompaniment Program Volunteer Informational Meeting: Women's Crisis Center. 7 to 8 pm at the Assault Crisis Center, 2340 East Stadium. 994-2618 Video Noir II: Eyemediae. 8 pm at Eyemediae, 214 N. Fourth Ave. "Naked Doom" takes us into an intensely dark inner world, populated by the visuals common to both "noir" and science fiction stories. The Commission" tells the story of a 1 9th century commission offered to the violinist Niccolo Paganini from the wealthy music publisher Héctor Berlioz. $3. 662-2470 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 5 Tuesday Staff Meeting: AGENDA. 7:30 pm at Dominicks, 812 Monroe. Meeting to evalúate the May issue and to plan the June issue. 996-8018 AIDS Benefit Concert: IntegrityAnn Arbor. 8 pm at the Ark, 637 12 S. Main with an Afterglow at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. A concert by two unabashedly oldfashioned songwriters, Romanovsky and Phillips. Proceeds go to the Wellness Network, the local AIDS education and support group. $8 for the concert, $5 for Afterglow. Tickets at Ticket World and Michigan Union Ticket Office. 665-0606, 994-5377, 763-4186 Monthly Meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND). 8 pm at St. AidansNorthsideChurch, 1679 Broadway. Trends in the Peace Movement Nationally,' a talk by Sayre Sheldon, National President of WAND from 1982-87. NOTE: Forthismonth only this replaces our meeting which wou ld normally take place on the second Sunday at the First Baptist Church at 7:30. 761-1718 The Suspect: Eyemediae. 8 pm at Eyemediae, 214 N. 4th Ave. Thriller based on the Dr. Crippen murder. Stars Charles Laughton as a weak man who finds the strength to fulfill his lustful yeamings. $3. 662-2470 6 Wednesday Meeting: Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America (FACHRESCA). Noon at the Guild House, 802 Monroe. Schedule for May not set up yet. Cali 995-1 499 or 662-51 89. Volunteer Night: SANE 6 to 10 pm at our office, 1416 Hill St. Students can obtain credit through various community outreach programs. 663-3913 Beans and Rice Dinner: LASC. 6 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. $2 donation buys a great meal and contributes to material aid for the people of Central America. 662-5189 or 665-8438 Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee. 8 pm in room 1407 Mason Hall. 665-8438 Natural Heallng in Dentistry: New Dimensión Study Group. 8:05 pm at the Yoga Center. Bob Mysse, an initiate bearing the rank of Getuls in the Supreme Order of Aquarius, is an Oklahoma DDS who strongly emphasizes the importance of non-oral factors in dental health and recommends a holistic approach to oral hygiëne. 971-0881 7 Thursday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 1 1 :30 am on WDTR90.9 FM. SANE's award-winning National Public Radio show. Open House: The Scrap Box. 3 to 8 pm in the Education Bldg. of the Westside United Methodist Church, 900 S. Seventh St. The open house is in honor of Recycle Week. Refreshments, entertainment and activities nvofving once-used materials. 994-4420 or 76 1-3 186 Protest Agalnst U.S. Policy in Central America: LASC. 4:30 pm at the Federal Building. 665-8438 Beginners' Course In Zen Meditation and Practico: Zen Buddhist Temple. 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. Six Thursday evenings. Please register ahead of time. $120$100 for full time students and unemployed. 761-6520 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. An explosive drama about the AIDS epidemie, filled with power, anger, humor and intelligence. The Normal Heart" is a passionate indictment of govemment, the media, and the public for refusing to deal with a national plague. Electrifying political theater. $6 and $7. 663-0681 8 Friday Meeting: Disarmament Working Group. 1 2 tol pm in the Wesley Lounge of the First United Methodist Church. We will begin planning activities for observance of Hiroshima Day and discuss lobbying efforts on Star Wars. 663-1870 Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation. 8 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7Thurs.) 9 Saturday 4th Annual Tree Seedling Giveaway: Ecology Center and The Women's National Farm and Garden Association. 9:30 am to 4:30 pm at 2050 S. Industrial. The tree seedling giveaway is an activity of Recycle Week designed to help people make the connection between recycling newspaper and saving trees. 761-3186 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8pm (see7Thurs.) 10 Sunday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 9:30 am (see7Thurs.) Mother's Day Peace Celebration and International Peace Pole Installation: Ypsilanti Peace Fellowship. 2:30 to 4:30 pm at Edith Hefley Peace Park, Elm Street, between Pearl and Grant, Ypsilanti. There will be music, singing, food, balloons and peaceable community games. 487-9058 Mother's Day Festival of Peace: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND). 1 to 5 pm in West Park (Mack School in case of rain). Headliners are The Chenille Sisters, Peter "Madcat" Ruth, OJ Anderson, The Lunar Glee Club, The Afro-American Dance Theatre, and Elise Bryant of Common Ground Theatre. 761-1718 General Meeting: Wellness Network. 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center (enter through through outpatiententrance). 663-2706 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm (see 3 Sun.) "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 7 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 11 Monday Works-in-Progress: The Performance Network. Time to be announced - at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. David Hunsberger will direct a staged reading of a new one-act play by Ed Hahat. "Dream Boy" depicts a modern singles scène in an up-beat style but with guts and a supernatural twist. $3. 663-0681 Community Forum on Violence, Harrassment, and Discrimination against Lesbiana and Gay Men: Canterbury House, IntegrityAnn Arbor. 7:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. Concerns about the link between AIDS and homophobia will be addressed. Candidates in the June School Election Board will be invited to share their opinions about the School Board's AIDS Policy, AIDS education in the public schools, and the possibility of organizing consciousnessraising workshops about lesbian-gay male concerns for students and their parents. 665-0606 or 763-41 86 Monthly Meeting: Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. 7:30 pm at the First Methodist Church, State &Huron. 763-4186 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4 186 12Tuesday Meeting: Int'l Workers of the World (IWW). 7 pm at Dominick's. Observers are welcome. Working meetings for such purposes as preparing the Branch newsletter, assisting in organizing, etc. are scheduled as needed. 483-3478 Monthly Meeting: Religious Coalition on Central America. 7:30 pm. Educational part of the program will feature an excellent new video on U.S. press coverage of El Salvador. Cali for location of the meeting. 663-1870 Rent Control Meeting: Housing Law Reform Project. 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. Meeting to discuss rent control for Ann Arbor. 763-9920 First Meeting: Educa tors for Social Responsibility. 7:30 pm at St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway. 665-6086 13 Wednesday Volunteer Night: SANE. 6to 10 pm(See6Wed.) Beans and Rice Dinner: LASC. 6 pm (see 6 Wed.) Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 6 Wed.) Experimental Film Series: Ann Arbor Film Festival & Performance Network. (AAFFPN). Performance Network. Films by Black Independent Filmmakers. $3. Cali 663-0681 for time. 14Thursday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 1 1 :30 am (see 7 Thurs.) Protest Against U.S. Policy in Central America: LASC. 4:30 pm (see 7 Thurs.) Central America Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 7:30 pm at 71 1 Wesley. Helping out with sanctuary in the Jewish community. 995-5210 Working for World Peace-Lay People Swap Ideas: Disarmament Working Group. 7:30 pm in the recreation room of St. Andrews Church, 306 N. División. Round table discussion for those who are aleady working on peace concerns within their congregations and for those who would like to start but aren't sure where to begin. It will be a time to share what has and hasnt worked and to discuss what sorts of resources you would find most helpfui in your work. 663-1870 General Meeting: Bread for the World (BFW). 7:30 pm at the First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. The meeting will discuss the Women Infante and Children (WIC) program and other hunger-related legislation. 487-9058 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 15 Friday DEADLINE for advertlsing space reservations: AGENDA. Somewhat flexible, cali 996-8018. Shabbat Potluck Dinner: New Jewish Agenda. 6:30 pm at 1861 Shirtey Lañe, Bldg. 1 1 , #A2. Joyce & Hy Kornbluh tell about their sabbatical in Sweden. Bring a veggie dish to pass and RSVP by 51 3 at 769-2063. Igal Roodenko: American Friends Service Committee. 7:30 pm at the Friends Meetinghouse, 1420 Hill. Roodenko, former chairperson of the War Résisters League and an activist since the peace movementof the 1930's and eariy Freedom Rides of the 1940's will be holding discussions and workshops on assertive nonviolence. He has been brought to Ann Arbor in order to build upon the recent surge of nonviolent activity in response to racism, apartheid and US policy in Central America. Tonight, to start off the weekend of activities, he will lead an informal discussion. 761-8283 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 16 Saturday Meeting: Coalition for Arms Control. 930 am at310S. Ashley, 2ndfloor. 663-4897 Igal Roodenko: American Friends Service Committee. 1 to 4 pm at the Friends Meetinhouse, 1420 Hill. Roodenko will lead a workshop on the principies and techniques of nonviolent action. 761-8283 "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 17Sunday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 9:30 am (see 7 Thurs.) Coordinating Council: New Jewish Agenda. 1 1 am at 2208 Packard. 662-9217 Igal Roodenko: American Frlends Service Committee. 12 pm at the Pittsfield Union Grange Hall, 3337 Ann Arbor-Saline Road. Roodenko will speak following the regular workshop service of the Church of the Incamation. 761-8283 Open House: Zen Buddhlst Temple. 2 to 4 pm at the Zen BuddhistTemple, 1214 Packard. An opportunity to tour the tempte and grounds, with an informal question and answer period at 3 pm. Refreshments will beserved. 761-6520 Films-on-Writng: Detroit Instilute of Arts (DIA). 3:30 pm in the DIA Lecture Room, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Part of the Open-Field Series, featuring 2 films by French Novelist-Directors, Jean Genet ("Un chant d'amour") and Alain Robbe-Grillet ("The Man Who Lies"). $1.1-833-1858 General Meeting: Wellness Network. 3:30-5:30 pm (see 10 Sun.) Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to7 pm (see 3 Sun.) Annual General Membership Meeting: Ypsilanti Food Co-op. 6 to 8 pm at Depot Town's Freight House, Farmer's Market Building, Ypsilanti. An election will be held for a new board of directors. Also the State of the Co-op Reporte will be delivered and a keynote address will be given. Bring desserts to share. Drinks provided. 483-1520 "The Normal Hearf: The Performance Network. 7 pm (see 7 Thurs.) Feminist Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 7 pm. Cali 994-571 7 for place . 18Monday Works-in-Progress: The Performance Network. Time to be announced - at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. Staged reading of "Crawford the Camel" by Eric Maurer, a screenplay about a young comic book artist who manages, admirably, to face a host of difficulties. $3. 663-0681 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 19Tuesday DEADUNE for CALENDAR & COMMUNITY RESOURCE DIRECTORY listings: AGENDA. Mail to : AGENDA, P.O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor Ml 46106. 996-8018 Orientation Session for Court Accompaniment Program Volunteers: Women's Crisis Center. 7 to 8 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. Childcarecan be arranged. . Training will take place on Thurs. May 7 & 14, 7-10pm; Sat. May 9 & 16, 10am-6pm ; and Sun. May 10& 17, 1 to6pm. Youmustbe available for all of those times. Please cali in advance, 994-9100 or 761 -9475 The Challenge to End Hunger: Hunger Task Force. 7:30 to 9:30 pm in the Pine Room of the First United Methodist Church. A new slide show by the Institute for Food and Development Policy will be shown . Following the showing there will be a discussion of local hunger issues and concerns. 663-1870 Disarmament Interest Group: New Jewish Agenda. 994-571 7 20 Wednesday Volunteer Night: SANE. 6to10pm(See6Wed.) Beans and Rice Dinner: LASC. 6pm(see6Wed.) Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 6 Wed.) Energy Balancing and the Chakra System: New Dimensions Study Group. 8:05 pm at the Yoga Center. An exploration of the system of energy pointe, or chakras, traditionally associated with the human body in Eastern lore, and a demonstration of techniques for balancing energy levéis between the chakras. Presented by an informal group of Ann Arbor-area residente who have been studying chakras and energy balancing for the last two years. Donation welcome. 971-0881 21 Thursday DEADLINE for camera-ready advertisements: AGENDA. Mail to : AGENDA , P.O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor Ml 46106. 996-8018 "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 1 1 :30 am (see 7 Thurs.) Protest Agalnst U.S. Policy in Central America: LASC. 4:30 pm (see 7 Thurs.) "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 22 Friday Conference: Congres of Secular Jewish Organizations. 4:30 pm to 12 am at Eastern Mich, Univ., Ypsilanti. Weekend long conference, "Jewish Identity and Commitment: If not now, when?" Spedfic workshops and activities geared towards adults, educators, young adults and teens. Sat. and Sun.- $80, Sat. only- $35, Sunday and Banquet- $45. For info. and 'schedule, cali 665-2825 or 662-9135. "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation. 8 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Window Peace: Kathy Constantinides. At SohoZat, 307 West Broadway, New York, NY 1001 3. New York artist Susan Kleckner has created a work of support for the Greenham Common women. For one year, from Dec. 1986 to Dec. 1987, 52 women artists will each live for one week in the window of SohoZat, a store in Manhattan. They will confine themsehes to the window space day and night and carry out peace projects. May 22-29 Katthy Constantimdes, an Ann Arbor artist, will be in the window. She is asking for the help of many hands to realize her project. "Give Peace A Hand," send 2 machine copies of your hand to Kathy either at 448 Huntington PI. Ann Arbor, Ml 481 04 or care of SohoZat; write your name, town and state directly on each hand. One hand will be cut out and hung in the window; the other will be used for an artist's book about the action. 23 Saturday Conference: Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations. 7:30 am to 1 1 pm (see 22 Fri.) "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 24 Sunday Conference: Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations. 7:30 am to 10 pm (see 22 Fri.) "Consider the Altematives": SANE. 9:30 am (see 7 Thurs.) National Writers Series: Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). 3 pm in the DIA Holley Room, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Amy Gerstier and John Godfrey will read from their works. $3. 1-833-1858 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5 to 7 pm (see 3 Sun.) "The Normal Heart": The Performance Network. 8 pm (see 7 Thurs.) 25 Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation. 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4 186 26 Tuesday Speaker and Discussion: Big Mountain Support Group. Held at St. Andrews Church. An eider woman from Big Mountain will be visiting to speak about the Navajo's continuing struggle to stay on their land. Donations requested. Cali 995-2669 for time. 27 Wednesday Toxic Consumer Products and Indoor Air Quality Conference": Ecology Center. 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Michigan State University Student Union in East Lansing. Conference speakers will discuss the use and disposal of these products and the problems with elevated levéis of air contaminante in houses. Conference fee is $10. For more information or to preregistercall the Ecology Center at 761-3186. Volunteer Nighl: SANE. 6 to 1 0 pm (see 6 Wed.) Beans and Rice Dinner: LASC. 6 pm (see 6 Wed.) Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 6 Wed.) Experimental Film Series: Ann Arbor Film Festival & Performance Network. At tfie Performance Network, 408 W. Washington (time to be announced). More films by Black Independent Filmmakers, including workshops in filmmaking, writing, and screenplays. $3; workshop fees TBA. 28 Thursday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE. 1 1 :30 am (see 7 Thurs.) Protest Against U.S. Policy in Central America: LASC. 4:30 pm (see 7 Thurs.) Experimental Film Series: AAFFPN. (see 27 Wed.) AIDS: A Conference for Ministers and Other Concerned People: Weilness Networks and the Pastoral Care Department of St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital. Please cali for further information. 663-2706 29 Friday Experimental Film Series: AAFFPN. (see 27 Wed.) 30 Saturday Experimental Film Series: AAFFPN. (see27Wed.) Meeting: SANE. SANE field organizer Ira Shorr will be in Michigan to facilítate a meeting to help determine the politica! goals for the new organization in '87 and '88 Anyone nterested in attending these meetings or in recomending someone for our board should contact Kim Miller or Bart Brush at our office. 663-391 3 31 Sunday "Consider the Alternatives": SANE 9:30 am (see7Thurs.) Conference: Gay Liberation. 9:30 am at Marygrove College Conference Center, Detroit. This conference, "Developing a Positive Lesbian-Gay Identity" features Elaine Noble as guest speaker. $18 ($12 before May 26). 8695105 or 763-4186 Meditation Service: Zen Buddhist Temple. 5to7pm(see3Sun.) Experimental Film Series: AAFFPN. (see 27 Wed.) JUNE CALENDAR DEADLINE: MAY 19

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