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1987
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To publicize CALENDAR events for October, send formalted listings by October 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 n the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (including all committee meetings). Also, all addresses are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Thursday Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 2 Friday Alian Holdsworth: Prism Productions 9 pm and 12 midnight at Alvin's 5756 Cass (WSU campus) Detroit. Advance tickets are $12.50. 665-4755 Koke McKesson: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 3 Saturday Bread for the World Beyond Charity Seminar: Interfaith Council for Peace 9 am to 3 pm at New St. Paul's Church of God on Southfield Rd. just north of Finkell. Guests include Rep. Conyers, Sam Nickels and Dominic Ntube. Cali Marge Weber for more information. 272-5820 Meeting: Pinkertons 2 pm. No acting ability is required to join our troupe and new people are always welcome! Cali for location. 764-0175 Koke McKesson: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 4Sunday March and Rally: Oct. 4th Coalition for Peace and Justice 12 noon, march from McNamara Federal Bldg (Michigan and Cass), 1 pm rally, Kem block, Detroit. March and rally to stop U.S. interven öon in Central America and end apartheid in South África. 965-5724 Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7 pm at Zen Buddist Temple, 1214 Packard Road. Meditation, chanting, a reading, and a talk. Open to all. Donation. 761-6520 "No Pasaran": Bullard Film Series 7: 30 pm at MLB4. This film examines the revolution in Nicaragua and its aftermath. Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel 7: 30 to 10 pm at Hillel, 339 E. Liberty St. One hour of instruction followed by open dancing. For beginning and advanced students. Every Sunday at Hillel. 663-3336 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music 8 pm, The Blind Pig, 208 S. First. 996-8555 Fundraising Reception: LASC, N JA and others 8 pm at Andy and Ruth Zweifler's, 1706 S. University. Reception for Dr. David Linder, father of Benjamin ünder, who was murdered by the contras while working in Nicaragua. 665-8438 Discussion: Hillel In the Michigan Union. Psychology and Religión: Interfaith Relationships. A time to explore and clarify views on relationships between Jews and membersof otherfaiths. Dr. Hank Greenspan of Counseling Services will facilítate. Group limited to 1 5. Cali for time and to reserve a space. 663-3336 5 Monday Meeting: Wom en' s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) 7: 1 5 pm at Pittsfield School, Ann Arbor. Program and action meeting. 971-4702 Benjamin Linder Peace Tour: LASC, NJA and others 8 pm at Aud. B, Angelí Hall. Talk and slide show by Dr. David ünder, father of Benjamin Linder, the young American engineer murdered by contras in Nicaragua. 665-8438 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House 8:45 pmat Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186 Bill Heid: Bird of Paradise 6628310 6 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 Planning Meeting: Gay Lib Help us plan for the October 1 1 March on Washington. Cali for nformation. 7634186 or MOHR Revolutionary History Series: SPARK 7 to 8 pm, Rm. 1 16, MLB. Topic: "The Revolutions of 1848: The First Struggles of the Working Class for Power." Planning Meeting: Oct. 11 Lesbian-Gay March on D.C. Committee 7: 30 pm n Rm. 3200, Michigan Union. 763-4186 Bill Heid: Bird of Paradise 6628310 7 Wednesday Weekly Planning Meeting: Revolutionary Workers League 7pmin Rm. 2412, Mason Hall. Reading and discussion of Leon Trotsky's "Transitional Program for Socialist Revolution," the 1938 founding document of the Fourth International. Lecture: New Dimensions Study Group 7:30 pm. Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven. Topic: "Eco-Mind: Reverence for Life": Dr. Henry Skolimowski, Professor of Philosophy at U-M. 434-6572. Gen. Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm. For location check the front desk of the Michigan Union. 665-8438 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 8Thursday Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 9 Friday The Washington Sisters: Homegrown Women's Music Series 8 pm at The Ark, $8. 761-1451 Music Night: Canterbury House 10pmto 1 amat218 N. División. Music, conversation, relaxation and solidarity. Tonight Marcie Boyd, Hugh Mcginnis and Joe Pratt. 665-0606. Suzanne Lane and Larry Manderville: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 "lOSaturday Meeting: Pinkertons 2pm. (see3 Saturday) Meeting: The GayLesbian Organizaron for Human Rights YpsilantiAnn Arbor (GLOHRYA2) 4 pm (cali for location). Plan projects and activities which further Lesbian and Gay Rights. 994-5403 March on Washington: Gay üb Buses will leave trom Ann Arbor at 8 pm. Roundtrip oost s $55 per seat. To reserve a seat cali 1 -869-MOHR or send check to MOHR, 17520 Woodward, Detroit, MI 48203. 763-4 1 86 or1 -869-MOHR. Introductory Talk: Zen Lotus Society 7 pm, at Zen Buddhist Temple, 1214 Packard. "Zen Buddhism in North America; history, philosophy, practice." All welcome. 761-6520 "WhafsUp,TigerLily":Hill Street Cinema 9 pm film, Nat. Sci. Admission. 663-3336 Suzanne Lane and Larry Manderville: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 11 Sunday "FiddlerontheRoofMHill Street Cinema 2 pm film, MLB. Admission. 663-3336 Discussion: Hillel. (see 4 Sunday) Fifth Annual Border Lines Festival of American and Canadian Writing: LINES 3 pm at Lecture Hall of The Detroit Institute of Arts. Vertamae Grosvenor, storyteller and commentator on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," gives a talk on "Storytelling." $1 fee. 8331858 Meeting: Wellness Networks 3:30 to 5:30 pm at St. Joe's. Cali for further information. 662-6134 Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7 pm (see 4 Sunday) "Racism and Militarism: The Intímate Connections": Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 7: 30 at the First Baptist Church, 51 2 E. Huron. Barbara Ransby, an Afro-American History doctoral student at U-M, will talk about the connections between racism and militarism. 995-8669 Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel 7:30 to 10 pm (see 4 Sunday) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Blind Pig 8 pm (see 4 Sunday) "FiddlerontheRoof":Hill Street Cinema 9 pm film, MLB. Admission. 663-3336 12Monday Monthly Meeting: ParentsFLAGAnn Arbor 7: 30 pm at the First Methodist Church, State at Huron. 763-4186 Jonathan Richman &The Modern Lovers: Prism Productions 7: 30 and 10 pm at Alvin's, 5756 Cass (WSU Campus) Detroit. Advance tickets are $8.50. 665-4755 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House 8:45 pm (see 5 Monday) BillHeid:BirdofParadise 662-8310 13Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show 6 pm (see 6 Tuesday) Revolutionary History Series: SPARK 7 to 8 pm (see 6 Tuesday) "The Origins of Bolshevism": U-M Young Socialists 7 pm in Rm. 2435 Mason Hall. Part of a lecture series commemorating the 70th Anniversity of the 1 91 7 October Revolution. David North, National Secretary of the Workers League, will speakon the historical foundations of the Russian Social Democratie Labor Party. Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers: Prism Productions 7: 30 and 10 pm (see 12 Monday) BMIHeid:BirdofParadise 662-8310 14 Wednesday Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League 7 pm (see 7 Wednesday) Gen. Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 6 Wednesday) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 15Thursday Fifth Annual Border Lines Festival of American and Canadian Writing: LINES 7: 30 pm in the Auditorium of The Detroit Institute of Arts. Both Victor Coleman and Lawrence Ferlinghetti are reading and book-signing will follow. $3 per reading. 833-1858 Lecture: Democratie Socialists of America 7 pm at the Guild House, 802 Monroe. Talk by Prof. Jeff Paige on "Contradictions in American Foreign Policy: The Case of El Salvador." 665-5652 CALENDAR DEADUNE: AGENDA Send formatted Calendar listings and photos to P. O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. 996-8018 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-83 10 16Friday Fifth Annual Border Unes Festival of American and Canadian Writing.: LINES 7: 30 pm at the Auditorium of the Art Ballery of Windsor.'Both Barbara Guest and Yolande Villemaire will be reading and book-signing will follow. $3 per reading. 833-1858 GEO Bash: GEO 8 pm to 1 :30 am in the Pendleton Room of the Michigan Union. Music by Tracey Lee and the Leonards. 995-0221 Cynthia Dewberry with Eddie Ress: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 17Saturday Volunteer Training: Wellness Networks This training is a prerequisite for working with us. Cali for further information. 662-6134 State Coalition Meeting: SANE 10:30 am to 2 pm in Detroit. 663-3913 Meeting: Pinkertons 2 pm (see 3 Saturday) Fifth Annual Border Lines Festival of American and Canadian Writing: LINES 3 pm in Lecture Hall of The Detriot Institute of Arts. Reading by students n creative writing from the University of Windsor and Wayne State University. $1 per reading. 833-1858 Meeting: (GL0HRYA2) 4 pm. 994-5403 "Batman": Hill Street Cinema 9 pm film, MLB3. Admission. 663-3336 Cynthia Dewberry with Eddie Ress: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 18Sunday Volunteer Training: Wellness Networks (see 1 7 Saturday) Discussion: Hillel (see 4 Sunday) Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7 pm (see 4 Sunday) "Koyaanisquatsi": Bullard Film Series 7: 30 pm at MLB4. A hauntingly beautiful depiction of the environment and its destruction. Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel 7:30 to 10 pm (see 4 Sunday) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Blind Pig 8 pm (see 4 Sunday) Discussion: Hillel Psychology and Religión: Interfaith Relationships. (see 4 Sunday) 19Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House 8:45 pm (see 5 Monday) Community Resource Directory (CRD) Deadline: AGENDA. Send listings, graphics and logos to AGENDA, P.O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor Ml, 48104. 996-8018 Lecture: WHE-AC 8 pm in the Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union. Elvia Alvarado Galo, a Honduran peasant organizer, will speak on the peasant movement and land reform, the impact of U.S. militanzation on Honduras and human rights. 663-4301 or 76 1-7594 BillHeidiBirdofParadise 662-8310 20Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show 6 pm (see 6 Tuesday) Revolutionary History Series: SPARK. 7 to 8 pm "The Paris Commune of 1 871 ." (see 6 Tuesday) "Th ree conceptions of the Russian revolution": U-M Young Socialists 7 pm (see 10 Tuesday) BillHeid:BirdofParadise 662-8310 21 Wednesday Orientation: WAND 7: 30 pm. Cali for further information. 662-7869 Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League 7 pm (see 1 Thursday) Membership Meeting: GEO 7:30 pm in the Pond Room of the Michigan Union. 995-0221. Lecture: New Dimensions Study Group 7:30 P.M. Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven. Topic: New Developments in Para-Psychology with Dr. Marcello Truzzi, Professor of Sociology at EMU. All invited. Free. 434-6572 Gen. Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 6 Wednesday) "Forging a Feminist Future in Judaism": Hillel 8 pm in Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union. Women in Judaism Series discussion on the work of Ariene Agus. One of the founders of the Jewish feminist movement in the United States, Agus has promoted women's scholarship through leaming centers and study groups. 663-3336 Workshop: Hillel Psychology and Religión: Jewish History - Jewish , Consciousness. Exploration of popular images of the Jew, as held by Jews and non-Jews, and the impact of these images on Jewish consciousness. Dr. Hank Greenspan will facilítate. Limited to 15. Cali for time and to reserve. 663-3336 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 22Thursday Israel Information: Hillel 10 am to 5 pm at Hillel. Yafet Ozery , the representative of the Jewish Agency's kiwutz-aliyah desk, will be at Hillel to answer questions and provide information about a wide variety of programs in Israel. Cali foran appointment. 663-3336 Fifth Annual Border Unes Festival of American and Canadian Writing: LINES 7: 30 pm in the Auditorium of fríe Art Gallery of Windsor. ML. LJebler and Eugene McNamara will be reading with booksigning to follow. $1 per reading. 8331858 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 23 Friday Fifth Annual Border Lines Festival of American and Canadian Writing 7: 30 pm in the Holley Room, Detroit Institute of Arts. David Bromige and Robert Grenier will be reading with book-signing to follow. $3 per reading. 833-1858 Joint UN Week Meeting: WILPFZONTA 7: 30 pm at the lecture hall in the Liberal Arts and Science Building at Washtenaw Community College in Ypsilanti. 971-4712 Music Night: Canterbury House 10 pm to 1 am. (see 9 October) Pattie Richards: Bird Of Paradise 662-8310 24Saturday Meeting: Pinkertons 2 pm (see 3 Saturday) Fitth Annual Border Unes Festival of American and Canadian Wriling: UNES 7: 30 pm n the Aud. of the Art Gallery of Windsor. Al Purdy and Diane Wakoski will be reading with book-signing to follow. $3 per reading. 833-1858 "Rear Window": Hill Street Cinema 9 pm film at MLB4. Admission. 663-3336 Pattie Richards: Bird Of Paradise 662-8310 25 Sunday Discussion: Hillel (see 4 Sunday) Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society 5 to 7 pm (see 4 Sunday) Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel 7:30 r to 1 0 pm (see 4 Sunday) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Blind Pig 8 pm (see 4 Sunday) Lecture: Hillel 8 to 10 pm at MLB Aud. 3. Dr. Arthur Green ís a leadng scholar of Je wis h mysticism and author of Tormented Mas ter, The Life of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav ." 6633336 26 Monday Lesbian-Gay Male Open House 8:45 pm (see 5 Monday) Yoga Exercises and Breathing Classes: Zen Lotus Society 9 to 1 1 : 30 pm for six weeks at the Zen Buddist Temple, 1214 Packard. All welcome. $36. 761-6520 Membership meeting: SANE We will be discussing the possibility of beginning an Ann Arbor chapter. Cali for time and location. 663-3913 BillHeid:BirdofParadise 662-8310 27 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show 6 pm (see 6 Tuesday) Revolutionary History Series: SPARK. Topic: "Marxist View of the State" (see 6 Tuesday) Lecture Series: U-M Young Socialists 7 pm "Soviet Power and the World Revotution." (see 13 Tues.) BillHeid:BirdofParadise 662-8310 28 Wednesday Weekly Study Session: Revolutionary Workers League 7 pm (see 7 Wednesday) Workshop: Hillel (see 21 Wednesday) Gen. Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 6 Wednesday) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 29 Thursday R.E.M.: Prism Productions C risler Arena. Reserved seats are $15.50. 665-4755 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 662-8310 30 Friday An Evening with Aleister Crowley: Performance Network. 8 pm at the Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. "An almost Hitehcock experience" n comedy, mystery and horror. Tonight's show will be followed by a Halloween dance party. Come in costume, f you like! Admission is $7 ($2 student and senior discount.) 663-0681 Jeri Brown: Bird of Paradis 662-8310 31 Saturday An Evening with Aleister Crowley : Performance Network. 8 pm (see 30 Friday) Reception: Democratie Socialists of America 8 pm at the Canterbury House, 218 N. División. For DSA National Co-Chair Michael Harrington, who will be speaking in East Lansing earlier in the day on the Catholic Bishops' pastoral letter on "Economie Justice." 665-5652 "Planet of the Apes": Hill Street Cinema 9:30 pm film at NATSCI. Admission. 663-3336 Jeri Brown: Bird of Paradise 662-8310

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