1 Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation 8:30 pm at Canterbury House, 21 8 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-41 86 4 Thursday General Meeting: HAP-NICA 7:30 pm in the Michigan Union. Ask at the desk for the room. All are welcome. Meeting: AGENDA 7:30 pm at Dominick's, 81 2 Monroe Staff meeling to evalúate the June issue and plan future editions. 9968018 5 Friday Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation 8 pm at Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Meeting: November 29th Committee for Palestine 7 pm at the Mug in the Michigan Union. 6 Saturday Benefit Yardsale: LesbianGay Pride Week 8 am to 1 pm at 1 725 Wells near Ferdon. 994-5403 or 763-4 186 Trom Shards Of Broken Dreams To Fragments of Hope": New Jewish Agenda 8 pm at Trueblood Theater, Frieze Bldg., 105 S. State St. Readings in commemoration of the 20th year of Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza - from early Zionists, Palestinians under occupation and Palestinian and Israeli hopes for peace.$3.662-9217 7 Sunday Presentaron on Women and Substance Abuse: Women's Crisis Center 2 to 4 pm at the Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División in St. Andrew's Church. Use the Lawrence St. entrance. It has tong been considered "unladylike" for women to drink or use any other substances. A discussion breaking through the myths and stereotypes surrounding women and substance abuse will be led by a U-M Hospital RN from the substance abuse ward. 994-9100 Meditiation service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7pm at Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard Rd. Open to all.761-6520 8 Monday Monthly Meeting: Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays 7:30 pm at the First Methodist Church, State at Huron. 763-4186 "Self-Defence" Forum: Gay Liberation 7:30 pm at Canterbury House, 218 N. División. All members of the lesbian-gay male community are urged to attend. 665-0606 or 763-4 1 86 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation 8:30 pm (see 1 Monday) 10 Wednesday Plowsharers Actions: New Jewish Agenda 7:30 pm at Friends Meeting House, Hill St. A discussion on the destruction of military weapons and other direct actions. Two Jewish activists will share their experiences.TENTATIVE. Cali Amy Rosenberg 662-8760 11 Thursday Class in the Universal Mental Laws: School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm at the School of Metaphysics, 719 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti. You'll learn concentration, memory improvement, dream analysis, meditation, healing and how to develop psychic abiliies. With Metaphysician Mark Moverman. $8 tax-deductible donation 482-9600 Discussion on Incest: Womens's Crisis Center 7 to 9 pm at the Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División in St. Andrew's. Use the Lawrence St. entrance. Barb Eagle and Laurie White will lead a discussion focusing on women who are survivors of incest and how the violence affects their lives now. They will also be starting a support group for women who are survivors of incest and child sexual assault in late June. 994-9100 12Friday Reincarnation Lecture: School of Metaphysics 7:30 to 10 pm in room 213 Student Center Bldg. Washtenaw Community College. "Haven't I Met You Some Lifetime Before?" by DirectorTeacher MaryGriffin. 482-9600 Shabbat Potluck Dinner: New Jewish Agenda 7:30 pm at 206 W. Madison. Exerpts from the dramatic readings of "From Shards of Braken Dreams to Fragments of Hope" (see 6 Sat. and N JA CRD entry) Middle East Committee members will then lead a discussion on the 20th anniversary of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. Bring a veggie dish to pass. RSVP by 610 to Amy Rosenberg at 662-8760 Artists and Community Sruggle in Ann Arbor: Alliance for Cultural Democracy (ACD) An annual gathering of midwestern members of ACD. Culture and social change will be covered in discussions, workshops and performances. Admission for three days is $25. Seperate admission for Saturday's performance is $5. Registration info: 761-2370 13 Saturday Massage Workshop: School of Metaphysics 1 to 5 pm at American Red Cross, 2729 Packard Rd. Leam massage techniques, accupressure points, energy meridians and reflexology. $25person or $402 persons. 482-9600 Garrison Keillor Party: WEMU 2 to 8 pm at Domino Farms. Activities include: games, bike expo, prizes, and a raffle along with Garrison's last live broadcast from sattellite of A Prairie Home Companion, 6 to 8 pm. Bring your picnic basket. Artists and Community Sruggle in Ann Arbor: Alliance for Cultural Democracy (ACD) (see12Fri.) 14Sunday Service: Zen Lotus Society 10 am to noon at Zen Buddist Temple.'Notto Harm butto Cherish all Life" conducted by Master Samu Sunim followed by a potluck picnic. All welcome. Benefit: "Popular Reality" 3 to 7 pm at The Bird of Paradise, 207 N. Ashley. A benefit for the local "marginal" periodicai Popular Reality. Music provided by the band Accidental Suitcase and Righteous Dervish a solo performer. $5 donation suggested. Proceeds will be used to fund a gala 48 page 3rd Anniversary issue and to lay the foundations of further mutations. CallNisi at 665-2270 or 663-3773 General meeting: Wellness Network 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center (enter Ihrough the outpatient entrance). 663-2706 Meditiation service: Zen Lotus Society 5to7pm(see7Sun) General meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament: (WAND) 7:30 pm at First Baptist Church, 51 2 E. Hurón, Ann Arbor. Board of Education member Annetta Millerwill speak about establishing a peace curriculum n Michigan schools. Doors open at 7 pm Artists and Community Sruggle in Ann Arbor: Alliance for Cultural Democracy (ACD) (see12Fri.) 15 Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation 8:30 pm (see 1 Monday) Summer Training Retreat: Zen Lotus Society At Zen Buddist Temple. Opportunity to deepen spiritual practice and to leam about North American Buddhism. Runs to August 15. 761-6520 17 Wednesday Open Community Forum: Ann Arbor Citizens for Fair Rents 7:30 pm at First Baptist Church, 51 2 E. Hurón. Discussion of rental housing difficulties in A2 and the possible placement of a rent stabilization initiative on the ballot in 1988. 665-5950 18Thursday Feminist Interest Group Meeting: New Jewish Agenda 7:30 pm at Jack Stanzler's and Laurie White's, 332 E. Washington. 665-7371 General Meeting: HAP-NICA 7:30 pm (see 4 Thurs.) 19 Friday Second Annual Awards Dinner & AIDS Benefit: Lesbian-Gay Pride Week 7 pm at the Ann Arbor Inn, 4th Ave at Huron. Keynote speaker: Councilperson Jeff Epton. Entertainment: Ozer-Moore Duo. $15 minimum donation, proceeds go to Wellness Networks Huron Valley. 994-5403 or 763-4186 Dream Lecture: School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm at the School of Metaphysics, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. "Who Is ThatStranger in My Dreams?" by teacher of Mental Law Mark Moverman. 482-9600 Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 5 Friday) WIRE: Prism Productions Inc. 9 pm doors open at St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit. Advanced tickets $10.50 available at all Hudson's and other Ticketmaster locations and Schoolkids' Records. For 24-hour concert info dial 99-MUSIC. Meeting: Novermber 29th Committee for Palestino 7pm (see5Fri.) 20 Saturday Lesbian-Gay Pride Day 10 am at West Park: Ecumenical Service; 1 1 am at Federal Plaza: Rally with M.C. Connie Webb and Keynote speaker Helen Gallagher; 12 pm at Federal Plaza: March; 1 to 8 pm at West Park: Solstice Festival with comedian Connie Webb and poet Felicia French. 994-5403 or 763-4186 21 Sunday Coordinating Council Meeting: New Jewish Agenda 4 pm at Benjy Ben-Baruch's 2208 Packard. For agenda cali Ruth Kraut 769-5680 Benefit Concert with Charlie King: HAP-NICA and A2MISTAD 8 pm at the Ark, 637 12 S. Main. King's songs touch both the heart and the social conscience. The concert welcomes home A2MISTAD volunteers from Nicaragua. Proceeds will support a bee cooperative there. Tickets are $5 in advance at Schoolkids' and Herb David Guitar Studio and $7 at the door. 761-7960 Meditiation service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7 pm (see 7 Sun) 22 Monday Lesbian-Gay Pride Week 12 pm at Liberty Plaza: Brown Bag Lunch; 7 and 8:30 pm at Michigan Union: Workshops addressing a variety of lesbian and gay male issues. 994-5403 or 763-4186 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation 8:30 pm (see 1 Monday) 23 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Pride Week (see 22 Monday) 10 pm at Regents Plaza: Memorial Vigil remembering victims of violence, especially a gay male Ann Arborite. 994-5403 or 7634186 24 Wednesday Lesbian-Gay Pride Week (see 22 Monday) 25 Thursday Spirit of Place: Ecology Center 7 pm at Leslie Science Center, 1931 Traver Rd. Environmental psychologist Jim Swan will take you on a To publicize CALENDAR evenls, send formalled 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 olherwise noted, all events listed in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All addresses are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted . travels to places like: Stonehenge, Mecca, the Western Wall, and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Dr. Swan explores each site and probes into the attractions of such special places. $3 donation. 761-3186. Membership Meeting: New Jewish Agenda 7:30 pm at Temple Beth Emeth, 2309 Packard Rd. Come discuss plans for the next quarter. Cali Benjy at 6629217 Film: Lesbian-Gay Pride Week Time and place to be announced. "Polyester" with Divine. 994-5403 or 763-4186 26 Friday Lecture: School of Metaphysics. 7:30 to 9 pm in the Muehlig Room (downstairs) of the Public Library, 343 S. Fitth Ave. "Finding the Physics in Metaphysics," by teacher Mark Moverman. 482-9600 Beginners' Weekend Retreat: Zen Lotus Society At Zen Buddist Temple with Master Samu Sanum $1 40 or $120 for full time students and unemployed.Please preregister. 761 -6520 28 Sunday Monthly Potluck and Gathering: Women's Crisis Center 12to3pm atCanterbury House, 218 N. División. Today is Gay Pride Day, and the WCCinvites everyone to gather in order to celébrate our sexualities. There will be a discussion led by two women from the University of Michigan 's Lesbian and Gay Male Programs Office from 1 to 3 pm. Bring a vegetarían dish or a beverage to share ifyou can. 994-9100. Statewide March and Rally: Lesbian-Gay Pride Week 1 pm from Detroit Art Institute: March; 2 pm at Kennedy Square: Rally. 7634186or869-MOHR Meditiation service: Zen Lotus Society 5to7pm(see7Sun) 29 Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House: Gay Liberation 8:30 pm (see 1 Monday) 30 Tuesday Benefit: Ecology Center At The Blind Pig. Local rock band Before Or After will perform in a benefit for the Ecology Center and ts Recycle Ann Arbor program. 761-3186.
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