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1987
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To publicize DECEMBER CALENDAR events send formatted listings by Nov. 15 to: AGENDA CALENDAR P.O. BOX 3624, ANNARBOR, Ml 48106 FORMAT- Event: Sponsor. Time and Place. One to two sentence description. (Fee). Phone number Unless otherwise noted, all events lisled in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (including all of the committee meetings). Also, all addresses are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. NOVEMBER "The Face of Heil is Military": 111 Art. At 1 1 1 3rd St. through Nov 1 3. Paintings and prints by artist Roger Hayes. 763-6770 "Photographs by James Sandall": FormatGallery. 10 to 5:30 pm Mon. to Sat, through Nov. 14 at Format Gallery, 1 1 23 Broadway. James Sandall s an art prof at EMU. New Paintings by Cheryl Roark: Clare Spitier Works of Art 2 to 6 pm Tuesdays through Dec. 1 at Clare Spitier Works of Art, 2007 Pauline Ct. 662-8914 1 Sunday Korean Speaking Medita tion Service: en Lotus Society. 10 am to noon, 1214 Packard. 761-6520 "Gallery Talk": Detroit Institute ofArts(DIA).3pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. Discussion of James Abbott McNeil Whistler's "Nocturne in Black and Gold: the Falling Rock" by Nancy Thayer, artist and lecturer. 833-1858 English Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7pm, 1214 Packard. 761-6520 "A Place of Weeping": Bullard Film Series. 7:30 pm, MLBAud. 4. Examines the situation in South África. Israeli Folk Dancing: Hillel. 7:30 to 10 pm at Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. 1 hour of instruction followed by open dancing. Beginning and advanced students. 663-3336 Meeting: Area Greens. 7:30 to 9:30 pm, Rm. 1036, Dana Bldg. (U-M). 994-4937 Lesbia n-Gay Men's Music. 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First 996-8555. 2 Monday Community Meeting: A2 Citizens for Fair Rents. 7 pm, Jackson Aud. of the First Unitarian Church, 191 7 Washtenaw Avenue. 665-5950 Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm, 802 Monroe. Nick Suino and David Schaafsma. 662-5189 Lesbian-Gay Male Open House. 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 or 763-4186. 3 Tuesday "The Business of Hunger": SNR Environmental Advocacy. 1 2 noon, 1520 Dana Bldg. (U-M). Looksat agribusiness and transnational corporations operating in Third World countries. 764-1404 Meeting: WHE-AC. 6 pm, 4202 Michigan Union. 663-4301 or 761 -7594 Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show. 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 New Volunteer Orientation: Women's Crisis Center. 7 pm, 306 N. División. 761-9475 Lecture: SPARK. 7 to 8 pm, 1 16 MLB. "Marxist View of the State." Planning Meeting: AGENDA. 7:30 pm, Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Open meeting to evalúate the previous month's paper and plan future editwns. 996-8018 Meeting: Lesbian and Gay Rights on Campus. 8:30 pm, 3100 Michigan Union. 763-4186 Meeting: Michigan Student Assembly. 9 pm, 3909 Michigan Union. 763-3241 4 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Guild House. 6 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Proceeds used for humanitarian aid to Central America. $2adults, $1 children. 662-5189 Discussion: New Dimensions Study Group. 7:30 pm, Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven. "The21stCentury:The Practical Politics of Peace." Dr. Ben Hourani, EMU Prof. of Political Science. 434-6572 Mass Meeting: Jackson for President Campaign. 8 pm, A2 Comm. Center, 625 N. Main. 662-1523 John Irving: Hillel. 8 pm, Hill Aud. Author of "The World According to Garp," etc. Tickets: Ticketmaster in the Michigan Union, and Hudson's. $10, $8, $5. 663-3336 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC). 8 pm, 2435 Mason Hall. 665-8438 5Thursday Lecture: SNR Environmental Advocacy, et al. 8 pm, Aud. B Angelí Hall. Paul Loeb, peace activist, author of "Nuclear Culture" and "Hope in Hard Times." 764-1404 Annual Meeting: Housing Bureau for Seniors. 2:30 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. Speakers on the issue of rent stabilization, refreshments. 763-0970 Thursday Night Jazz: The Holidome. 5:30 to 9:30 pm, Holiday Inn, Jazz Life Ensemble. 665-4444 Meeting: United Coalition Against Racistn (UCAR). 6 pm, Michigan Union. Location postod at CIC desk. 747-6412 or 763-2851 "A Thousand Clowns": Hill Street Players. 8 pm, Trueblood Theater, Frieze Bldg. Play by Herb Gardner. Tickets: $4 (students), $5 at Hillel, 339 E. Uberty. 663-3336 6 Friday Noon Forum: Guild House. 12 noon, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Buzz Alexander and Debby Poole speak on "Peru: Revolution and the Banks." Vegetarían soup and crackers availablefor$1. 662-5189 Reception: Lesbian-Gay Male Programs Office. 5 to 7 pm, 3100 Michigan Union. Reception for Billio Edwards, new coördinator of Lesbian Programs. 763-4186 Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center. 5:30 to 7 pm, 306 N. División. 994-9100 Shabbat Potluck Dinner: Hillel. 7 pm, Law Club. Grad and Professional Shabbat Potluck Dinner. Discuss theSanctuary Movementwith Prof. Alex Elenakoff (RSVP). 663-3336 7 Saturday Lecture: Zen Lotus Society. 7 pm, 1 214 Packard. "Zen Buddhism in North America- History, Philosophy, Practice." 761-6520 "Harold and Maude": Hill Street Cinema. 7 pm, 9:30 pm, Aud. 4 of MLB. $2.50. 663-3336 "Sanctuary: The Spirit of Harriet Tubman": Committee of Refugees in Sanctuary in Mich. 8 pm, Slauson School, 1019 W. Washington. Underground Railway Theatre's epic production about slavery and the underground railroad draws parallels to the plight of Central American refugees n the sanctuary movement. Proceeds go to the Committee on Political Prisoners at Mariona Prison and the Women's Prison at llopango in El Salvador. Advance tickets, Interfaith Council for Peace: $8, $5 (seniorsstudents). 663-5491 "That Petrol Emotion": Prism Productions. 9 pm at St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit. English recording artist. Advance tickets $9.50. 665-4755 8 Sunday Korean Speaking M edita tion Service: Zen Lotus Society. 10 am to 1 2 noon (see 1 Sun) Benefit Party: Irish Northern Aid. 1 to 8 pm, St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit Proceeds to benefit the families of Irish political prisoners. Irish entertainers, cash bar, food, dancing. $3 donation, children free. 885-5618 "Gallery Talk": Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA). 3 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. "European Ceramics from the 16th to the 19th Century." 833-1858 English Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to7pm (see 1 Sun) "The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob": Hill Street Cinema. 7 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. $2.50. 663-3336 Meeting: Area Greens. 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: WAND. 7:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. Topic: how to lobby Congress effectively on arms control issues. 761-1718 "Talk toUs":Hillel and U-M Housing Office. 8 pm, Wedge Rm. of West Quad. Experimental theater probes racism, anti-Semitism and gay awareness through audiencecharacter interaction. 663-3336 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music. 8 pm (see 1 Sun) 9 Monday Phone-a-thon: Women's Crisis Center. 6 to 9:30 pm. Help with annual phone-a-thon. Donations enable WCC to provide services in Washtenaw County. Sign up: 994-91CX) Meeting: Free South África Coordinating Committee (FSACC). 7:30 pm, CAAS lounge, W. Eng. Bldg. 769-8549 Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor. 7:30 pm, First Methodist Church, 120S. State. 763-4186. Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm. Laura Roop and Stephen Dunning, (see 2 Mon) Lesbían-Gay Male Open House. 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) "lOTuesday Jewish Communal Service Career Day: Hillel. 10 am to 4 pm at Hillel, 339 E. Liberty. Explore service careers. 663-3336 Lecture: SNR Environmental Advocacy. 12 noon, 1520 Dana Bldg. (U-M). Danny Levitas, Research Director, Prairiefire Rural Action, Inc. speaks on the farm crisis. 764-1404 Phone-a-thon: WCC. 6 to 9:30 pm (see 9 Mon) Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Meeting: WHE-AC. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Lecture: SPARK. 7 pm. "Civil War and Reconstruction in the U.S." (see 3 Tues) Meeting: Amnesty International. 7:30 pm, Mich. Union. 761-1628 Meeting: Lesbian and Gay Rights on Campus. 8 :30 pm (see 3 Tues) Meeting: Michigan Student Assembly. 9 pm (see 3 Tues) Lecture: SNR Environmental Advocacy. 8 pm, Aud. 2 MLB. Danny Levitas, Research Dir. Prairie Fire Rural Action, Inc. discusses the organized Right. 764-1404 1 1 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Guild House. 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Phone-a-thon: WCC. 6 to 9:30 pm (see 9 Mort) Candlelight Peace Veterans Vigil. 7:30 pm, Milan Prison. Vigil for Father Cari Kabot, a Plöwshares activist serving an 18 12 year sentence in Milan prison. 930-0601 or 763-3241 Speakers on S. África: Amnesty International. 7:30 pm, Anderson Rm., Michigan Union. Father Casmir Paulsen, and Nomgcobo Sanweni speak about human rights abuses in S. África. 761-1628 Meeting: Jewish Feminist Group. 7:30 pm. Location: 663-3336 Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) 12Thursday Thursday Night Jazz: The Holidome. 5:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Meeting: (UCAR). 6 pm (see 5 Thur) TheatreGrottesco: Performance Network. 8 pm, 408 W. Washington St. This international troupe perfonms "Fortune," a play depicting the rise and fall of a small fortune cookie factory. The success of a fortune writer forces the factory to confront questions of wealth and avance. $7, $5 students, seniors. Group rates available. 663-0681 "Repo Man": Hill Street Cinema. 8 pm, Nat. Sci. Bldg. $2.50. 663-3336 Storytelling: WCC. 8:30 pm. Participants in civil disobedience during the October 1 1 March on Washington teil stories of their experiences. Location: 761-9475 13Friday Copy Deadline News and Feature Art des: AGENDA. Send items to AGENDA, P.O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml, 48106. Cali 9968018 for details about format. Bucket Drive: A2 Citizens for Fair Rents. 665-5950 Noon Forum: Guild House. Susan Contratto on "Pólice Response to Domestic Violence." (see 6 Fri) Women's Tea: WCC. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 6 Fri) Margot Adler: Dream Grove of the Sacred Moon. 8 pm at the Ferndale Community Ctr., 9 Mile Rd. Margot Adler, authorof "Drawing Down the Moon" speaks on paganism, witchcraft, magie and the return of the great goddess. $9. 892-5467 Theatre Grottesco: Perf. Network. 8 pm (see 1 2 Thur) 14Saturday Bucket Drive: A2 Citizens for Fair Rents. 665-5950 Japanese Music Benefit Concert: Zen Buddhist Temple. 4 to 6 pm, 1 21 4 Packard. Led by U-M Prof. William Malm. Refreshments and tour. $7. 761-6520 "From Within One's Own": One One Eight Gallery. 7 to 9 pm, 1 18 N. Fourth Ave. Opening for Denis Bolohan's exhibit. Through Dec. 19. "A Man Called Flinstone": Hill Street Cinema. 7 pm, 9:30 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. $2.50. 663-3336 Theatre Grottesco: Perf. Network. 8 pm (see 1 2 Thur) 15Sunday Calendar Deadline: AGENDA. Send formatted Calendar listings and photos to AGENDA Calendar, P.O. Box 3624, Ann Arbor, Ml, 48106. Ad Space Reservation Deadline: AGENDA. Cali 996-8018 to reserve advertising space in AGENDA'S December issue. Korean Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 10 am to 1 2 noon (see 1 Sun) Forum on Poverty in Our Community: Justice for All. 1 :30 pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw Ave. Keynote address by Francés Fox Piven, author of "Poor People's Movements." 665-5652 "Galiery Talk": Detroit Institute of Arts. 3 pm, 5200 Woodward Ave, Detroit. "Italian Myths in Dutch Painting" by Iva Lisikewycz. 833-1858 New Writing Series: Detroit Institute of Arts. 3 pm, Bagley Cafe, 3354 Bagley, Detroit. Poet Juan Felipe Herrera will read from his work. $3.833-1858 English Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 1 Sun) Theatre Grottesco: Performance Network. 6:30 pm (see12Thur) Bullard Film Series. 7:30 pm, MLB Aud. 4. Three films about abortion. Meeting: Area Greens. 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: ACLU Board of Directors. 7:30 pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. 662-1334 An Evening of Jewish Humor: Hillel. 8 pm, MainStreet Comedy Showcase. Comedian Dennis Wolfberg. Tickets: Hillel. $8. 663-3336 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music. 8 pm (see 1 Sun) 1 6 Monday Conference on Civil Rights: Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Cali for details: 869-MOHR Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm. Laurence Pike and Kathleen Ripley Leo. (see 2 Mon) Women in Judaism Series: Hillel. 8 pm, Kuenzel Rm., Michigan Union. Marcia Falk, poet and professor of literatura at the University of Judaism. 663-3336 17Tuesday Teleconference and Documentary: SNR Envi ron mental Advocacy. 12 noon, 1520 Dana Bldg. (U-M). Teleconference and film about the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, a grassroots association of 30,000 Black and low-income families in the rural South. 764-1404 Rally and Candlelight Vigil: Justice for All. 6 pm, Federal Bldg. 665-5652 Meeting: WHE-AC. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Lecture: SPARK. 7 pm. "First Major Struggles of the American Working Class." (see 3 Tues) Meeting: Lesbian and Gay Rights on Campus. 8:30 (see 3 Tues) Lesbian-Gay Male Open House. 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) Meeting: Michigan Student Assem bly. 9 pm (see 3 Tues) Conference on Civil Rights: Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Cali for details: 869-MOHR 18Wednesday Latin American Jews and Israel: Hillel. 4 pm, 3050 Frieze Bldg. Prof. Judith Elkin. 663-3336 Beans and Rice Dinner: Guild House. 6 pm (see 4 Wed) "Ricochet": Progressive Zionist Caucus. 6:30 pm, Rm. 126 East Quad. Film by the Israeli army on its role in Lebanon. 663-3336 Book Night: New Dimensions Study Group. 7:30 pm, Geddes Lake Townhouses Club House, 3000 Lakehaven. Bring a book that is important in the development of your New Age outlook with a short synopsis or reading to share. 434-6572 Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Conference on Civil Rights: Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Cali for details: 869-MOHR 19Thursday Community Resource Directory (CRD) Deadline: AGENDA. Send listings, graphics and logos to AGENDA, P.O. Box 3624, Arm Arbor, Ml, 48106. Israel Information: Hillel. 10 am to 5 pm at Hillel, 339 E. überty. 663-3336 New Volunteer Orientation: WCC. 3 pm (see 3 Tues) Thursday Night Jazz: The Holidome. 5:30 to 9:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Meeting: UCAR. 6 pm (see 5 Thur) International Speaker Series: UCAR. 8 pm Kuenzel Rm, Michigan Union. A. Sivanandan, director of London Institute of Race Relations, on The Politics of Racism and AntiRacist Struggle in the 1 980's from the U.S. to Britian." 747-6412 or 763-2851 "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 8 pm, 408 W. Washington St. Italian playwright and politica) activist Darío Fo's play about a controversial 1968 pólice in vestigation which endedwith the suspect falling to his death. $7, $5 studentsseniors. Group rates availabJe. 663-0681 20 Friday Noon Forum: Guild House. Helen Weingarten: "The Only Way Out sThrough Conflict and Change." (see 6Fri) Womens Tea: WCC. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 6 Fri) Art and Metaphysics Festival: School of Metaphysics. 7 to 1 1 pm, 1 1 1 3rd St. Exhibition of metaphysical art, ESP evaluation and testing, and instruction for using I Ching. Refreshments. $5. 482-9600 New Writing Series: Detroit Institute of Arts. 7:30 pm, Holley Room, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Author-in-Residence Bob Perelman speaks on "Narrative, Politics, and Media." $3. 833-1858 "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 8 pm (see 19 Thur) Music Night: Canterbury House. 9:30 pm, 218 N. División. 665-0606 21 Saturday Art and Metaphysics Festival: School of Metaphysics. 10 am to 1 am, 1 11 3rd St. $5. Party at 9 pm (add. charge). 482-9600 (see 20 Friday) "Bananas": Hill Street Cinema. 7 pm, 9:30 pm in Aud. 3 MLB. $2.50. 663-3336 The National Touring Company of Second City: Prism Productions. 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Reserved seats $9.50. 665-4755 "Accidental Death of an Anarchist" Performance Network. 8 pm (see 19 Thur) Contra Contra Contra Dance: Sister City Task Force. 8 pm, Anderson Rm, Michigan Union. Contra dance benefit for JuigalpaAnn Arbor Sister City projects. Refreshments. $5. 663-0655 22 Sunday Korean Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 10 am to 12 noon (see 1 Sun) Volunteer and Community Expectations Potluck: WCC. 12 to 3 pm 306 N. División. Discuss deas about the future direction of the WCC. Bring adish topass. 994-9100 New Writing Series: Detroit Institute of Arts. 3 pm Holley Room, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Poet Bob Perelman reads from his work. $3. 833-1858 English Speaking Medjtation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 1 Sun) "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 6 pm (see 19 Thur) Meeting: Area Greens. 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music. 8 pm (see 1 Sun) 23 Monday Camera Ready Art Deadline: AGENDA. 996-8018 New Volunteer Orientation: Women's Crisis Center. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Meeting: FSACC. 7:30 pm (see 9 Mon) Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm "EpiqueScribble"withStephanie Fody, Cris Helbig, Graham Lee, and Julie Jurrjens. (see 2 Mon) Lesbian-Gay Male Open House. 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) 24 Tuesday Video: SNR Environmental Advocacy. 12 noon, 1520 Dana Building (U-M). "Winnie and Nelson Mándela." 764-1404 Meeting: WHE-AC. 6 pm, 4202 Michigan Union (see 3 Tues) Lesbian-Gay Male Radio Show. 6 pm (see 3 Tues) Lecture: SPARK. 7 pm. "Second International of European Working Class." (see 3 Tues) Meeting: Jewish Feminist Group. 7:30 pm. Location: 663-3336 Meeting: Lesbian and Gay Rights on Campus. 8:30 pm (see 3 Tues) Meeting: Michigan Student Assem bly. 9 pm (see 3 Tues) 25 Wednesday Beans and Rice Dinner: Guild House. 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Meeting: LASC. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) 26Thursday T hursday Night Jazz: The Holidome. 5:30 to 9:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Meeting: UCAR. 6 pm (see 5 Thur) 27 Friday Women's Tea: WCC. 5:30 to 7 pm (see 6 Fri) "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 8 pm (see 19 Thur) 28 Saturday "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 8 pm (see 19 Thur) 29 Sunday Korean Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lotus Society. 10 am to 1 2 noon (see 1 Sun) Film : Detroit Institute of Arts. 3 pm, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. "Tony Smith: Gracehoper" documents the assem bly of the monumental sculpture on the north lawn of the DIA. 833-1858 English Speaking Meditation Service: Zen Lbtus Society. 5 to 7 pm (see 1 Sun) "Accidental Death of an Anarchist": Performance Network. 6 pm (see 19 Thur) Meeting: Area Greens. 7:30 to 9:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Lesbian-Gay Mn's Music 8 pm (see 1 Sun) 30 Monday Writers Series: Guild House. 8 pm. Sam Astrachan and Charles Baxter, (see 2 Mon) The Italian pólice try every way they know to confuse the issue of who is to blame in "Accidental Death of an Anarchist" presented by the Performance Network November 19 through December 6.

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