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1988
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To publicize JULY CALENDAR events send formatted listings by June 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. (996-8018) FORMAT - Event: Sponsor Time, and Place. One ortwo sentence description. (Fee). Phone number Unless otherwise noted, all events Usted in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public (including all committee meetings). Also, all locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Wednesday Exhibit: "Dolls": 16 Hands MonThurs 1 1 am to 6 pm, Fri 1 1 am to 8 pm and Sat 10 am to 6 pm. 1 19 W. Washington. Exhibit featu ring fourcontemporary dollmakers runs through June 25.761-1110 Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center 12 noon, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). Learn about WCC and how you can join our work in helping women help themselves. Cali to sign up. 761 -9475 or 994-9100 Meeting: Latin American Soiidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm, 2435 Mason Hall. 665-8438. Meeting: Pesticide Task Force: Ecology Center 7:30 pm. Strategy session to support family farmers, decreased pesticide use, and safe food. Cali Mike Garfield for location. 761-3186 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S First. 996-8555 2 Thursday Discussion Series: Soiidarity 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Justin Schwartz will speak on U.S. Foreign Policy. 668-6771 KamikazeTranscending: Performance Network 8:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. An Intersect Theater Dance Company Production. Powerful tale of humans on the path from pre-life to transcendence. Tickets are $10 ($8 students). 663-0681 3 Friday Back to Back: People DancingWhitley Setrakian and Dancers & Jazz Dance Theater 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, U-M campus. Joining the dancers on stage will be Ann Arbor musicians, Mr. B (Mark Braun) and Dick Siegel. Tickets are available at the door and in advance at First Position Dancewear and Dance Theater Studio in Ann Arbor. Admission is $10; students and seniors, $8. 668-8397 Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Ka m i kazeTra n scend i ng : Performance Network 8:30 pm (see 2 Thurs) 4 Saturday KamikazeTranscending: Performance Network 8:30 pm (see 2 Thurs) Special Discussion:The Detroit Institute of Arts 2 pm, DIA's S230 Gallery, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. In conjunction with the "Jan Dibbets" exhibition, George Tysh, Asst. Curator of Ed., discusses the first American retrospective of this significant Duteh Artist. 833-1858 or 833-9759 5 Sunday Sunday at Three: Detroit Institute of Arts 3 pm, DIA's Schwartz Graphic Arts Galleries, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. June Nelson, author of Harry Bertoia: Printmaker, discusses seiected works from "Harry Bertoia Monotypes." 833-1 858 or 833-9759 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 6 pm, Michigan Union. 930-2959 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music 8 pm (see 1 Wed) 6 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 7 Tuesday Demonsira tion: "Stay in Lansing" 2 pm. State Capítol Building, Lansing. Demonstration for jobs and justice. A "tent city" will be constructed on the Capítol grounds. 965-0074 Lesbian-Gay Radio Show: Gay Uberation 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 or 763-4 186 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Comm. (LaGROC) 8:30 pm, 3100 Mich. Union. 763-4186 8 Wednesday Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 1 Wed) El Salvador Film Month: MSA's Peace and Justice Committee 9 pm, MLB Auditorium 3. Revolution or Death - a suspenseful film with a historical background and footage from 1979 and 1980. Includes interviews with Archbishop Romero and leaders of the popular revolutionary movements. 763-3241 9 Thursday Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center 6 pm (see 1 Wed) "The Flats": Performance NetworkThurs-Sat8 pm, Sun 6:30 pm. 408 W. Washington. Drama set in Northern Ireland, in the summerof 1 969. Residents of a working class Belfast ghetto are faced with the preliminary explosions of the modem day "troubles." Tickets $8 ($6 Students & Seniors). Runs through June 26. 6630681 Just Desserts: Women's Crisis Center 5:30 to 8 pm. Fundraising reception for women lawyers, therapists and friends in the community. Refreshments provided. $20 donation requested. Cali Women's Crisis Center for location and reservations. 761-9475 or 994-9100 10 Friday T-Shirt Design Contest: WCC Deadline for enfries for the WCC t-shirt contest. The winner will receive a free t-shirt and $20. Bring in your t-shirt design to Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División. 761-9475 or 994-9 100 11 Saturday Films: Alternative Action MLB Auditorium 3. 8 pm," Baby Irs You"- sixties teenage romance. 10 pm, "Lianna" - a manied woman pursues a relationship with a fe male professor. $2.50 single, $3.50 doublé. 12 Sunday Open House and Brunch: New Jewish Agenda Middle East Committee 1 1 am -2 pm, 2208 Packard. We are seeking new members to join us in our work for peace and justice. Drop in to meet us, learn about our activities, and discuss the current situation. 434-7432 Car Wash: School of Metaphysics 1 1 am-6 pm, First of America parking lot, 3030 Carpenter at Packard. Fundraisingeventfornon-profit service and educational organization. Fee to be determined. 482-9600 Community Potluck: WCC 12 noon-3 pm, Women's Crisis Center, 306 N. División (Lawrenoe St. entrance of St. Andrew's Church). All women are welcome to attend this pottuck celebrating the women of our community. 761-9475 or 994-91 00 LINES-New Writing: Detroit Institiute of Arts 3 pm, Dl A's Holley Rm., 5200 Woodward, Detroit. Paul Lichter, poet and literary journalist; and Joel Oppenheimer, poet and author of Poetry, The Ecology of the Soul and New Spaces: Poems 1 975-1 983, read from their works. $3 gen.admission. 833-1858 or 833-9759 Meeting: Homeless Action " Committee 6 pm (see 5 Sun) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music 8 pm (see 1 Wed) 13 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm (see 6Mon) Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 7:30 pm, First Methodist Church, State at Huron. 763-4186 El Salvador Film Month: MSA's Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm, MLB Aud.3 In the Name of the People - a first hand account of a U.S. film crew's six-week stay with guerilla forces, the FLMN-FDR, which offers a portrait of daily life and constant war in El Salvador. 763-3241 14 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Radio Show: Gay Liberation 6 pm (see 7 Tuesday) Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61. 7:30 pm, Michigan Union, check at desk for room. Letter writing and other activities to free prisoners of conscience and protect human rights around the wortd. 76 1 -1 628 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC) 8:30 pm (see 7 Tuesday) 15 Wednesday Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Meeting: Pesticide Task Force: Ecology Center 7:30 pm, 417 Detroit St. This 3-year-old task force s planning ways to develop a unified pesticide control policy for the city, university, and public schools, and to encourage altematives to pesticides in the home. 761-3186 AGENDA July issue deadline: ■ Community Resource Directory & Calendar LJstings by 6 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, 48104. 996-8018 16Thursday Discussion Series:Solidarity 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Alan Wald speaks on Racism and National Oppression. 668-6771 El Salvador Film Month: MS A's Peace and Justice Committee 7:30 pm, MLB Aud. 3. And That Is Why the State Is To Blame - a film about the state of human rights in El Salvador, and one woman who sacrificed her life in defense of those rights. 763-3241 17 Friday Volunteer Information Session: Wo men's Crisis Center 1 2 noon (see 1 Wed) "Dreams- The Journey Withln": School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti. Interpret the language of symbols in your dreams. 482-9600 Gay Men's Coffee House: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 3 Fri) Lecture: Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 7:30 to 9:30 pm, Ann Arbor Public übrary, 343 S. Fifth. Calien Lewis, Exeuctive Director of National WAND, will speak about the importance of the peaceful resolution of conflict in the home and in the worid. 761-1718 18 Saturday Lesbia n-Gay Pride Day: Gay Liberation Lesbian-Gay Pride Week starts with an Ecumenical Service, 10:00 am;music, 11:30am; rally, 12 neon; march, 12:30 pm; and open mike & entertainment, 1 :30-5 pm. All events at the Federal Plaza, überty at Fifth Ave. 994-5403 or 763-4186 19 Sunday Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 6 pm (see 5 Sun) Sunday at Three: Detroit Institute of Arts 3 pm, DIA'S Textile Galleries, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. Carol Bier, Associate Curator of Eastern Hemisphere Collections at The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C. Topic: "Woven Persian Textiles from the16th to19th centuries." 8331858 or 833-9759 "Creative Visualization": School of Metaphysics 4:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti. Learnto use and apply visualization to gain more control over your life. 482-9600 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music 8 pm (see 1 Wed) 20 Monday Lesbian-Gay Pride Week Workshops: Gay Liberation 7 & 8:30 pm, Michigan Union, second f loor. 994-5403 or 763-4 1 86 "Your Body Is the Reflection of Your Mind": Blossom Lecture Series 7:30 pm, Blossom Foods Cafe, 396 W. Washington. Teacher and Asst. Director of the School of Metaphysics, Nadine Gausden, will discuss the mind and body connection. $3 minimum donation. 482-9600 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm (see 6 Mon) 21 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Radio Show: Gay Liberation 6 pm (see 7 Tues) Lesbian-Gay Pride Week Workshops: Gay Liberation 7 & 8:30 pm (see 20 Mon) Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC) 8:30 pm (see 7 Tues) 22 Wednesday Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Lesbian-Gay Pride Week Workshops: Gay Liberation 7 and 8:30 pm (see 20 Mon) Memorial Vigil: Gay Liberation 10 pm, Regents Plaza, North of Michigan Union. 994-5403 or 763-41 86 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation (see 1 Wed) 23 Thursday Benefit Concert: United Farm Workers' Support Group 8 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main. Proceeds will go to building a pesticide-residue testing laboratory in California. This project is an essential component of the current Grape Boycott. The show features Maxton Bay, Percy "Mr. Bones" Danforth, and Cory Dolgon. Tickets $6. 761-2509 25 Saturday Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center. Cali for time (see 1 Wed) Ann Arbor Summer Festival Gala Garden Party, Rackham Building (U-M campus); Count Basie Orchestra, Power Center. Tickets available at the Michigan Union or by phone, 763-TKTS. For event times cali 747-2278. 26 Sunday Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 6 pm (see 5 Sun) Lesbian-Gay Pride Statewide March & Rally. March, 12noon, from Detroit Art Institute, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. Rally, 1 pm, Kennedy Square. 763-4186 or 548-5833 Sunday at Three: Detroit Institute of Arts 3 pm, DIA'S Albert and Peggy de Salle Gallery of Photography, 5200 Woodward, Detroit. William Rauhauser, Professor of the History of Photography , Center for Creative Studies, discusses selected works from "Margaret Bourke-White: A Fletrospective." 833-1858 or 833-9759 Tracy Lee and the Leonards: Performance Network 7 & 9 pm, 408 W. Washington. Tracy Lee Komarmy presents the first public showing of her theater work. Combines music, movement, and humor to transcend the boundaries of traditional theatre. Tickets are $6 & $8.663-0681 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Kathleen Segar: Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Power Center (see 25 Sat) 27 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm (see 6Mon) Latin American Dance: Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater (see 25 Sat) 28 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Radio Show: Gay Liberation 6 pm (see 7 Tuesday) Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC) 8:30 pm (see 7 Tues) BOPHA!: Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Earth Players of Johannesburgs' Midwest premier, Power Center, (see 25 Sat) 29 Wednesday Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 1 Wed) Meeting: Bread For The WorldHunger Task Force 7:30 pm, Christian Memorial Church, 730 Tappan. Discussion of domestic and international hunger issues along with legislative updates. 487-9058 or 6631870 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Wed) BOPHA!: Ann Arbor Summer Festival (see 25 Sat) 30 Thursday Discussion Series: Solidarity Kim Moody speaks on Socialism and the Labor Movement . (see 16 Thurs) Beyond Therapy: Performance Network Thurs-Sat 8 pm, Sun 6:30 pm. 408 W. Washington. In Christopher Durang's wild comedy, a macho and sexually impotent male psychiatrist and a female colleague bumble through the analysis of a particularly difficult love triangle. $8 ($6 Students & Seniors). Runs through July 17. 6630681 Latin American Dance: Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater (see 25 Sat) Monthly meeting: Washtenaw County Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 7:30 pm, St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, 1679Broadway. Helen Weingarten, Asst. Professor at U-M's School of Social Work, discusses the uses of conflict resolution on personal, organizational and international levéis. 761-1718.