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To publicize CALENDAR events for October, send formatted listings by September 15 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 otherwise noted, all events listed in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (ncluding all committee meetings). Also, all addresses are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Tuesday Planning Meeting: Oct. 11 LesbianGay March on Washington Committee. 7:30 pm in Rm. 1209, Michigan Union. Help plan for the upcoming march on Washington DC to demand LesbianGay rights. "Beer on the Penguin" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 9S6-8555 2 Wednesday Meeting: A2MISTAD. 6 pm in Dominicks. 761-7181 Volunteer Orientation Meeting: Women's Crisis Center. 7 to 8:30 pm at WCC, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). Learn about volunteer opportunities and our peer counselor trainings (in mid Sept. and mid Oct.) All women welcome ! 76 1 -9475 or 994-9 1 00 Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League. 7 pm in the Michigan Rm., Michigan Union. Reading and discussion of Trotsky's "Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution ." Also discusion of current events trom a Marxist perspective. Holiday Committee Meeting: New Jewish Agenda. 7:30 pm at 1 745 Broadview Lane #511. Come plan NJA's celebrations of the Jewish holidays. 994-1428 Meeting: Unitarian Universalist Church Sanctuary Committee. 7:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw Ave. 6656158 Gen. Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC). 8 pm for location check the front desk of the Michigan Union. 665-8438 "Crossed Wire" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 3 Thursday Volunteer Orientation Meeting: Women's Crisis Center. 7to8:30 pm (see 2 Wednesday) General Meeting: Sisiter City Task Forcé. 7:30 to 8:30 pm at First Baptist Church, E. Washington. Organizing Against Contra Aid: Sister City Task Force. 8:30 to 9:30 pm at First Baptist Church, E. Washington. "The Layabouts" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 4 Friday Meeting: Earth Festival Planning Committee. 12 noon in the MSA office, 3rd floor of the Michigan Union. 763-3241 Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center and the U-M Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 to 7 pm at WCC, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). All women invited. 763-4 1 86 or 994-9 100 Opening Reception: 16 Hands. 7 to 1 0 pm at 1 1 9 W. Washington, the show runs through 7 October. "New Mexico Series: WovenMixed Media Assemblages" by fiber artist Jill Damon. 761-1110 "lodine Raincoats" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 5 Saturday George Bedard and "The King Pins" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 6 Sunday Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. Meditation, chanüng, a reading and a talk. 761-6520 "Womyn's Nite" at the Blind Pig. 8 pm at 208 S. First. 996-8555 7 Monday LABOR DAY! Meeting: LesbianGay Coalition Against Racism. 7 pm in Rm. 2203 of the Michigan Union. To build an ani-racist contingent for the Oct. 1 1th march. Everyone who agrees with the overall presentation of the demands is welcome. Even if you cannot make the march, your participation is important. 8 Tuesday Planning Meeting: Women's Crisis Center 5:30 to 7 pm at 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). WCC needs help getting volunteers out for our bucket drive and to circuíate abortón rights petitions this month. Help plan making announcements and postering n the community. WCC Coordination meeting follows. 761-9475 Staff Meeting: AGENDA. 7:30 pm at Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Open meeting to evalúate the previous month's paper and plan future editions. 996-8018 Planning Meeting: October 11 LesbianGay March on Washington Committee. 7:30 pm (see 1 Tuesday) "Meet Your Fellow Grad Students Bash": Gradúate Employees Organizaron (GEO). Cali for time and place. All grad students are welcome to this 2nd annual event. Music: "Tracey Lee and the Leonards." Free refreshments 995-0221 "Broken YoYo" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 9 Wednesday Meeting: A2MISTAD. 6 pm (see 2 Wednesday) Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League. 7 pm (see 2 Wed.) AIDS and Public Policy Forum: Gay Liberation. 7 pm at 660 Livernois in Ferndale. IAII people concerned about the erosión of our rights are urged to attend. 763-4186 Meeting: Unitarian Universalist Church Sanctuary Committee. 7:30 pm (see 2 Weds) Lecture: New Dimensions Study Group. 7:30 pm at Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven (off Huron Pkwy, 14 mile north of Geddes Rd). "The New Age Movement Reconsidered in Lightof the Harmonie Convergence." 761-7749 "Lyres from Boston" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 10 Thursday Planning Meeting: Anti-Racist Contingent for Oct. 11 LesbianGay March on Washington. 7 pm in Rm. 2203, Michigan Union. Peer Counselor Training: Women's Crisis Center. 7to 10 pm at 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). The first night of Sept's two weekend training sessions. Learn listening and empathy skilis this weekend, crisis intervention and procedures next weekend. Next training begins Oct 15. 761-9475 or 994-9100 "The Difference" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 11 Friday Meeting: Earth Festival Planning Committee. 12 noon (see 4 Friday) Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center and the U-M Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 4 Friday) Video Viewing: Daniel Sheehan from the Christic Institute talks about the 'Secret Team': American Friends Service Committee and MI SANE. 7:30 pm at Friends Meeting House, back entrance, 1420 Hill St. Excellent video on the Christic Institute's investigations of the IranContra scandal and the 'Secret Team's' 25 year history of assassination, terrorism and foreign intervention. Approx. 2 hrs. 663-3913 "Tracy Lee and the Leonards" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 12 Saturday "Zen Buddhism in North America": Zen Lotus Society. 7 pm at the Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. Introductory talk on Zen Buddhism in North America. 761-6520 'Tracy Lee and the Leonards" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 13 Sunday News and Feature 1st Dra ft Deadline: AGENDA. Send Items to AGENDA, P.O. BOX 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml 481 06. Cali 996-801 8 for details about format. Sunday School Registration: Ann Arbor Jewish Cultural Society. 10am at the Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. (off Stone School). Come meet the teachers and other parents. 665-2825 General Meeting: Wellness Network. 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joe's. Cali fordirections or other nformation. 662-6134 Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 6 Sunday) Monthly Meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND). Doors open at 7 pm, meeting begins at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church, 51 2 E. Huron. Phyllis LaFarge, authorof the book "The Strangetove Legacy" in which she interviews American children about nuclear issues, wil! speak on parenting in the nuclear age and how to raise a hopeful child at a time when many children believe they will die in a nuclear war. 761-1718 "Womyn's Nite" at the Blind Pig. 9:30 pm at 208 S. First. Lynn Lavner from N.Y. 996-8555 14 Monday Jewish Learning Center Registration: Hillel. 9 am to 5 pm today through 18 Friday at the Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. An opportunity to encounter the language, vocabulary and concepts of the Jewish people through mini courses beginning 21 Sept. 663-3336 Business Meeting: AGENDA. 7:30 pm, cali for location. 995-2537 Mass Meeting: Hill Street Players. 7:30 pm at the Michigan Union. For those interested in Hillel's student run theatre company. 6633336 Visiting Professor Lecture Series: U-M Program on Studies in Religión. 8 to 10 pm in Modern Languages Building (MLB) Aud. 3. Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, Prof. at the Univ. of Chicago, will speak on "Confrontations, Converstions and Conversions: The Challenge of Other People's Myths and Rituals." The entire Lecture Series is titled "Our Roots and The Future: Current Theological Topics." 764-4475 Alex Chilton at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 15 Tuesday Ad Space Reservation Deadline: AGENDA. Cali 996-8018 to reserve advertising space in AGENDA'S October issue. BRAND NEW CALENDAR DEADLINE: AGENDA. Send formatted Calendar listings and photos to P.O. BOX 3624, Ann Arbor , Ml 48106.996-8018 Tuesday Receptions: Shaman Drum Bookshop. 4 to 6 pm at Shaman Drum Bookshop, 331 S. State. Book signing and reception for lecturer Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty, author of "The Erotic Ascent," "Karma and Rebirth in Classical Indian Traditions," and "The Origins of Evil in Hindu Mythology." 662-7407 Revolutionary History Series: SPARK. 7to 8 pm in Rm. 2407 Masón Hall. Tonighf s topic is "Socialism : How do we get there?" Planning Meeting: October 11 Lesbia nGay March on Washington Commiltee. 7:30 pm (see 1 Tuesday) "Keeper of the Forest": People's Food Cooperativo Education Committee. 7:30 pm in Rm. 137 Modern Languages Bldg. (MLB). A 28 minute documentary on the destruction of rain foreste in Latín America and the people's historica! ecological approach to rain forest care (1987). Discussion tofollow the film. 769-0095 "Dinosaur" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 9968555 16 Wednesday Meeting: A2MISTAD. 6 pm (see 2 Wednesday) Volunteer Crisis Counselor Interviews: SOS Community Crisis Center. 6:30 to 10:30 pm. Screening interviews for prospective volunteer crisis counselors and cliënt advocates for the Oct. training session. Other interview nights will be Sept. 1 7, 22-24, 28 and 29. 485-8730 Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League. 7 pm (see 2 Wed.) Jewish Feminist Group: Hillel. 7:30 pm at the Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. 663-3336 "Images of Change": Vintage to Vogue and Dillon's. 7:30 pm at Savory's Terrace, Holiday Inn, Jackson Rd.. A Fall Fashion and Hair Show. Tickets $10 available at Vintage to Vogue and Dillon's. 6659 1 1 0, 996-4 1 44 or 76 1 -4444 Meeting: Unitarian Universalist Church Sanctuary Committee. 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Mental Law Course: School of Metaphysics. 7:30 pm at the School of Metaphysics, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. Classes teach meditation, dream interpretation, healing , etc. $8 donation. 482-9600 Meeting: Gradúate Employees Organization (GEO). 7:30 pm in the Pond Rm. of the Michigan Union. Election of 5 steering committee members. 995-0221 Panel Discussion: U-M School of Music. 7:30 pm in Mclntosh Theatre, School of Music, North Campus. MetropolisUtopia, an award winning Mexican Dance Theater Company, will particípate in an interdisciplinary forum on Latin American grass roots initiatives and performance of "champions." 7635460 General Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 2 Wednesday) "Second Self' at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 17 Thursday Annual Bucket Drive: Women's Crisis Center. 9 am to 6 pm, piek up your bucket at the Michigan Union. Volunteers swing buckets for an hour or two collecting funds to help WCC continue helping women help themselves. Please pitch in and help! 761 -9475 or 994-91 00 Israel Information: Hillel. 10 am to 5 pm at the Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. Yafet Ozery, the representatie of the Jewish Agency 's kibbutz-aliya desk, will answer questions and provide information about a wide variety of programs in Israel. Cali foran appointment. 663-3336 Special Meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND). 7:30 pm at St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway. Kate Warner, WAND Cochair, will speak about her experiences as part of the 2nd Sister City Delegation to Juigalpa.761-1718 Meeting: Sislter City Task Force. 7:30 to 8:30 pm (see 3 Thurs.) Meeting: Democratie Socialists of America (DSA). 8 pm at Guild House (802 Monroe). 665-5652 Organizing Against Contra Aid: Sister City Task Force. 8:30 to 9:30 pm (see 3 Thursday) Forum on Press Coverage of Central America: Latin American Solidarity Committee. Cali for time and place. Featuring the video "Making the News Fit,"adocumentaryon U.S. press coverage of El Salvador. 665-8438 "Flaming Lips" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 18 Friday Bucket Drive: Women's Crisis Center. 9 am to 6 pm (see 1 7 Thur.) Meeting: Earth Festival Planning Comm. 12noon(see4Fri.) Women's Tea: WCC and the UM Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 4 Friday) Monthly Shabbat Potluck: New Jewish Agenda. 7 pm at 11 5 Spring St. A veggie potluck with entertainment RSVPby 916. 761-5324 "Made in Michigan" Film Series: Performance Network and A2 Film Festival. 8 pm at Performance Network, 408 W. Washington, ünda Chapman, Freddi Stevens Jacobi and Pam Leblanc otherwise known as Meridian Films are being introduced with a 20 minute video "Waiting Tables." $3. 663-0681 "The War at Home": Alternativo Action. Cali for time and place and cost. A film about the opposition in the U.S. to the Vietnam war. 665-8438 19 Saturday Community Resource Directory (CRD) Deadline: AGENDA. Send listings, graphics and logos to AGENDA, P.O. BOX 3624, Ann Arbor Ml, 48106 MetropolisUtopia: U of M School of Music. 8 pm at the Power Center. The award winning Mexican Dance Theatre Company, performs "Paraiso" (Paradise). Tickets $4, $8, advance purchase at the Michigan League. 763-5460 "Made in Michigan" Film Series: Performance Network and A2 Film Festival. 8 pm at Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. 6 short animation films by accomplished Detroit animator Andrea Gomez. $3. 663-0681 "Map of the World" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 20 Sunday "Sight-Un-Seen": Oxfam America and WHE-AC. 10amto 10 pm daily in the Study Lounge of the Michigan Union, runs through 2 October. A photography exhibit of work by 5 photographers giving pictoral testimony to the present day struggle of the Guatemalan people. Meeting: New Jewish Agenda Central America Interest Group. 1 1 am, cali for place. Judith Elkin will lead a discussiontalk on Jews and anti-Semitism in Central America. 995-521 0 or 769-5680 "Made in Michigan" Film Series 1 to 5 pm at Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. Documentary Film Seminar wit hLinda Chapman, Pam Leblanc, Richard Wieske and Michael Moore. $12 includes admission to the evening film. 663-0861 Meeting: Progressive Zionist Caucus. 5 pm at the Michigan Union. 663-3336 Meditalion Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 6 Sunday) "Made in Michigan" Film Series 7 pm at Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. Documentaries:"Watöng Tables," "Courage to Care," The Making of The Sky Is Buming'," and "Roger and Me: A Humorous Look at How General Motors Destroyed Flint, Michigan," a work in progress by Michael Moore founder of The Michigan Voice." $3. 663-0861 Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel. 7:30 to 10 pm at Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. 1 hour of instruction followed by open dancing. For beginning and advanced students. 663-3336 Mass Meeting: Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry. 8 pm at the Michigan Union. 663-3336 Ernesto Cardenal Poems Set to Music: LASC. Cali for info. Poems by the Nicaraguan Minister of Culture, set to music by David Vayo, a local musician. 665-8438 21 Monday Debate on U.S. Policy in Latin America: LASC and Committee for Democracy in Latin America (CDLA). 7:30 pm in Rackham Aud. Panel members are Rev. Bill Davis and Sarah Nelson from the Christic Institute, representing LASC; representing CDLA are Penn Kemble, president of PRODEMCA and Ronald Radosh, historian. 665-8438 Visiting Professor Lecture Series: U-M Program on Studies in Religión. 8 to 10 pm in Modern Languages Building (MLB) Aud. 3. Lecturer: Ram Dass. 764-4475 "Screaming Trees" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 22 Tuesday Tuesday Receptions: Shaman Drum Bookshop. 4 to 6 pm at Shaman Drum Bookshop, 331 S. State. Book signing and reception for lecturer and author Ram Dass. 662-7407 Revolutionary History Series: SPARK. 7 to 8 pm in Rm. 2407 Mason Hall. Tonight's topic is "Primitive societies and the question of human nature." Planning Meeting: Oct 11 LesbianGay March on Washington Committee. 7:30 pm (see 1 Tuesday) Latest Findings in the IranContra Scandal: LASC and Rackham Student Govt. 8 pm in Rackham Ampitheater. Sarah Nelson, executive director of the Christic Institute and Rev. Bill Davis, a Christic Institute affiliated researcher will discuss the progress of lawsuit filed on behalf of 2 journalists injured in the La Penca bombing. 665-8438 "The Ben Vaughn Combo" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 23 Wednesday Abortion Rights Petition Drive: Women's Crisis Center. 1 1 30 am to 2 pm at the Michigan Union. Support women's right to safe abortions. Signatures needed for Nov. B8 election referendum to reject 1987 Public Act 59 which prohibits certain tax-funded welfare abortions.761 - 9475 or 994-9100 Salvadoran Dinner: LASC. 6 prr at the First Congregational Church, William and State. A deli-cious dinner cooked by the Celayas, followed by a discussion of their experiences in El Salvador. $2. 665-8438 Meeting: A2MISTAD. 6 pm (see 2 Wednesday) Commumty Workshop on Women and Domestic Violence: Women's Crisis Center. 7 to 9 pm at WCC, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St Andrew's Church). Discussion of issues abused women face. Crisis intervention workers and community women welcome. 994-9100 or 761-9475 Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League. 7 pm (see 2 Wed.) Lecture: New Dimensions Study Group. 7:30 pm at Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven. "Zen and the Art of Teaching," featuring Dr. Robert Kraft, Professor of English and Director of the EMU Faculty Center for Instructional Effectiveness. 761-7749 Meeting: Unitarian Universalist Church Sanctuary Committee. 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Rosh Hashanah: Ann Arbor Jewish Cultural Society. 7:30 pm at the Regency Room of the Campus Inn. Poetry, music, readings and meditations, concluding with wine and honey cakes. Cost for non-members is $8 for individuals or $20 for a household. 665-2825 General Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 2 Wednesday) Rosh Hashanah: New Jewish Agenda. At press time our celebrations were being planned. Have a good and sweet year. For details cali 994-1428 or 662-9217 "Frank Allison and the Odd Sox" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 24 Thursday "Geographic Information Systems" to Natural Resources Management": U-M School of Natural Resources. 2 pm cali for location. A lecture by Prof. Gary Smith of the University of Vermont. 763-1577 "Film Screening on The New Alchemy Institute, Massachusetts": U-M School of Natural Resources. 4 pm, cali for location. A demonstration community farm and laboratory that uses integrated resource management methods of solar energy, wind power, rotating crops, self-contained purification systems, and fish hatcheries to opérate. 763-1577 Meeting: Si si ter City Task Force. 7:30 to 8:30 pm (see 3 Thur.) Organizing Against Contra Aid: Sister City Task Force. 8:30 to 9:30 pm (see 3 Thursday) "Before or After" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First cali for time and price. 996-8555 25 Friday Earth Festival Planning Comm. 12noon(see4 Fri.) "Creating a Sustainable Society: The New Ecology": U-M School of Natural Resources. 4 pm, cali for location. Talk by Dr. John Todd, co-founderof The New Alchemy Institute and president of Ocean Arks International. 763-1577 Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center and the UM Lesbian Programs Office. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 4 Friday) "Tapping the Subconscious: How Artists Use the Subconscious Mind": School of Metaphysics. 8 pm at the art gallery called "111 ART," 1 1 1 Third St. A rap session will follow the lecture by Mary Griffin, Dir. of the Ypsi branch of the nationwide School of Metaphysics. 482-9600 "Baroque Goes Modern": People Dancing. 8 pm at Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. A concert of nnovative and adventuous modern dance set to Baroque music. Tickets $8, $10, $12, available at First Position Dancewear, SKR Classical and at the door. Student and senior discounts of $1 available. 996-5968 Reggae Nite al the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. "The King David Band." 996-8555 26 Saturday Film Animation Workshop: Performance Network and A2 Film Festival. 10am to5 pm at Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. Accomplished animator Andrea Gomez will teach traditional film animation for participants with any level of experience in the field. $45, does not include film and processing. Registration begins 1 Sept. 663-0681 Earth Festival '87: Earth Festival Planning Comm., Mich. Student Assembly and Community Groups. Starts at 12 noon at U-M Diag and Palmer Field, (Hooverand División). 6 hour music festival at Palmer Field, over 30 workshops, dance troupes, seminars and freo food. Local, state and global environmental issues will be covered. 663-391 3 or 763-3241 ESP Test Night3rd Eye Auction: School of Metaphysics. 7 pm at the School of Metaphysics, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. An evening of ESP testing, psychic videos, mind games, adream interpretation rap session and other kinds of fun. Donations.482-9600 "Baroque Goes Modern": People Dancing. 8 pm (see 25 Friday) "Domino" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 9968555 27 Sunday Film Animation Workshop: Performance Network and A2 Film Festival. 10 am to 5 pm (see 26 Saturday) "Leslie Science Center's Harvest Festival": Project Grow and the A2 Parks Dept. 1 to 4 pm at Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver Road. Nature walk, hay jump, applehead doll making, demonstration beehives, basketweaving, and workshops in dried flowers, edible wild plants, toxic plants, and household toxic products. Also home gardeners may dónate their excess produce to local soup kitchens, so bring your bounty. 996-3169 Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 6 Sunday) Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel. 7:30 to 10 pm (see 20 Sunday) "Womyn's Nite" at the Blind Pig. 7:30 pm at 208 S. First. Lynda Sheets Indiana Blues Show. 996-8555 28 Monday Volunteer Orientation Meeting: Women's Crisis Center. 3to4:30 pm (see 2 Wednesday) American Pictures: Poverty & Racism in America: Hillel. 6pm in Rackham Auditorium. One man's personal journey through the country most of America prefers not to know. Multi-media show with over 3000 slides, & interviews. 663-3336 Organizational Meeting: Neighbors for Peace in Central America. 8 pm cali for place. Planning for future house meetings in Southeastern Michigan. 662-6704 or 662-5562 Visiting Professor Lecture Series: U of M Program on Studies in Religión. 8 to 10 pm in Modem Languages Building (MLB) Aud. 3. David Steindl-Rast, from Immaculate Heart Monastery, will talk on "The Original Message of Jesus and the Great Concerns of Our Time: Exploring the Relationship." 764-4475 "Cult Héroes" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 996-8555 29 Tuesday Tuesday Recept ion s: Sha man Drum Bookshop. 4 to 6 pm at Shaman Drum Bookshop, 331 S. State. Book signing and reception for lecturer David Steindl-Rast, author of "A Listening Heart: The Art of Contemplative Living and Gratefulness" and "The Heart of Prayer: An Approach to Life in Fulness." 662-7407 Revolutionary Hlstory Series: SPARK. 7 to 8 pm in Room 2407 Mason Hall. Tonighfs topic is "The Chartist movement in England: the first organized struggle of the working dass." Rent Stabilization Public Meeting: Ann Arbor Citizens for Fair Rents. 7:30 pm in Community High School Aud., 401 N. División. Mass public meeting to start our rent stabilization campaign. Get petitions, join committees, learn about the issue. 665-5950 Planning Meeting: October 11 Lesbia nGay March on Washington Committee. 7:30 pm (see 1 Tuesday) "Rhetoric" at the Blind Pig. 208 S. First, cali for time and price. 9968555 30 Wednesday Meeting: A2MISTAD. 6 pm (see 2 Wed.) Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League. 7 pm (see 2 Wed.) Meeting: Unitarian Universalist Church Sanctuary Committee. 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed.) General Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 2 Wed.) The Bros. Delaney present Jam Nite II at the Blind Pig. 208 S First, cali for time and price. 996-8555

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