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To publlcize JANUARY CALENDAR events send formatted Hstings by Thursday, Dec. 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. (996-8018) FORMAT- Date, event, sponsor, time and place. One or two sentence descriplion, (fee), phone number. Unless otheiwise noted, all events Usted In the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. Also, alllocations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. DECEMBER Winter Volunteer Training Series: Assault Crisis Center The center needs volunteers for a variety of programs designed to meet the needs of survivors of sexual assault, their family and friends. Winter training series to begin Jan. 27, cali by Jan. 20. 971-5904 12th Annual Holiday Pet Food Round-Up: Humane Society of Huron Valley Dec 1 to 22. Dónate pet food to supplement the shelter's food supply. Look for donation "corráis" in front of participating grocery and pet food stores throughout Washtenaw County. 662-5545 1 Thursday "Wedding in Galilee": Hill St. Cinema 7 and 9 pm, Green Aud., 1429 Hill. Kheifi's film is one of the most important and heartfelt explorations of the Israeli-Arab question. This moving study of two cultures in conflict revolves around the story of an Arab village eider who invites the military to his son's traditional wedding to circumvent govemment opposition. 769-0500 "The Real Inspector Hound": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Comic mystery by Torn Stoppard, $8$6 students & seniors. 663-0681 "A Midsummer Nighf s Dream": Huron Players 8 pm, Huron High, 2727 Fuller Rd. Shakespeare's play directed by Jim Moran and produced by Desmond Ryan. $5 adults$3 students. 994-2097 "Heartland": J. Parker Copley Dance Co. 8 pm, Trueblood Theatre, Frieze Bldg, 105 S. State St. This dancetheatre work examines the juxtaposition of our nation's urban commerdalism, pop culture and traditional heritage over the past 30 years. $10$8seniors. 761-2728 2 Friday Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) and U-M Lesbian Programs Office 5:30 to7pm, St. Andrews Church, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance). All women are welcome to this alternativo happy hour. Enjoy pleasant company every Friday in an alcohol-free atmosphere. 761-9475 Caberet Tingeltange); Pioneer High and U-M 7:30 pm, EastQuad, Residential College. A collection of cabaret sketches and songs performed ín Germán by students from Pioneer High and U-M. Directed by JanetShier, U-M RC Germán Program. 763-01 76 or 76 1 -9648 "The Real Inspector Hound": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) "A Midsummer Níght's Dream": Hurón Players 8 pm (see 1 Thur) "Heartland": J. Parker Copley Dance Co. 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Koko Taylor: Prism Productions 9 and 1 1 :30 pm, Alvin's, 5756 Cass, Detroit. Chicago's legendary queenof the blues, $12.50. 665-4755 Fr ida y Muslc Nlghts: Canterbury House 9:30 pm to 1 am, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. Uve music starts at 1 0 pm , with breaks for socializing and announcements of política! events. Musidans: cali n advance to geton program. 665-0606 "Vampira Lesbians of Sodom" and "Coma, or Sleeping Beauty": Performance Network 1 1 pm, 408 W. Washington. "Vampira Lesbians," in the Rocky Horror tradition, is full of bad puns, harmless depravity and sinister innocence. "Coma" is a treatment of the 60s fashjon world with a LSD-induced segué into 80s health consciousness, $8$6 students & seniors. 663-0681 3 Saturday Ann Arbor Record Show: Orangapoid Productions 9:30 am to 5 pm, Elks Lodge, 325 W. Eisenhower Pkwy . Music lovers of all generations and tastes will find reasonably príced records as well as rare collector items. Patrons allowed to carry in a small number of records to trade or sell, $2. 665-2926 or 434-2968 "Santa Paws": Humane Society of Hurón Valley 1 1 am to 4 pm, Ann Arbor Dog Training Club, 1575 E. North Territorial Rd. Accompany your pet to a special photo session with Santa Claus to benefit the Humane Society. Dont forget your dog leash or cat cage. 3.5"x 4.25" photo $7, two wallets for $6 or $ 1 2 for all three. 6625545 Cabaret Tingeltangel: Pioneer High and U-M 7:30 pm (see 2 Frí) "The Real Inspector Hound": Perf. Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) "A Midsummer Night's Dream": Hurón Playera 8 pm (see 1 Thur) "Heartland": J. Parker Copley Dance Co. 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Koko Taylor: Pristn Productions 9 and 1 1 .30 pm (see 2 Fri) "Vampire Lesbiana": Performance Network 1 1 pm (see 2 Fri) 4 Sunday Happy Hanukkah! Meeting: The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation 10:30 am at the David Byrd Chapel, 3261 Lohr Rd., or at the Pittsfield Union Grange Hall, 3337 Ann Arbor Saline Rd. For a ride or further information cali the Rev. Joe Summers at 665-4734. Nonviolence and Civil Oisobedience Training: Latin American Solidarity Committee 2 to 6 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Richard Cleaver of the American Friends Service Committee will conduct the workshop. 994-6387 "A Midsummer Nlght's Dream": Hurón Playera 2 pm (see 1 Thur) Alternativo Holiday Fair: First Baptist Church and Interfaith Council for Peace 3 to 7 pm, First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 512 E. Huron. An opportunity for people to buy alternative gifts such as craft and art items from de veloping countries as well as various producís which support hunger projects in Ann Arbor and around the world. 663-9376 "Heartland": Copley Dance Co. 4 pm matinee (see 1 Thur) Potluck and Discussion: Progressive Zionist Caucus 5:30 pm, Minnie's Co-op, 307 N. State. Join us for an evening of food and thought on roligious pluralism in Israel. 996-5950 "The Real Inspector Hound": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 1 Thur) Fields of the NephINm: Prism Productlons 7:30 pm, Nectarine Ballroom, 510 E. Uberty, $9.50. 6654755 "Heartland": J. Parker Copley Dance Co. 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Lesbian-Gay Men 's Muslc: Gay Uberation 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First 996-8555 Fundralslng Dance: Domestic Violence Project, IncSAFE House 9 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. Proceeds will go to the Michigan Coalition Against Domestic Violence as well as SAFE House, $4. 484-0678 "Vampira Lesbians": Performance Network 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 5 Monday Human Rights Week: Amnesty International EMU A week of activities begins with the building of a mock jail cell near the Pray-Harold building (EMU campus) which wiil be occupied 24 hours a day until Dec 10. 483-9655 or 482-0904 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 New Class in Applied Metaphysics: School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti, $8 min. weekly donation. 482-9600 Was (Not Was): Prism Productions 10 pm, Nectarine Ballroom, 510 E. Liberty, $12.50. 665-4755 6 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Radio Show 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 or 7634186 Emerfna Mendoza: MSA Peace & Justfce Committee 7 pm, Women's Studies Lounge, West Engineerng. Emerina Mendoza will speak on "Women in Guatemala." 761-7049 Homophobla, Violence and Militarism Workshop: American Frlends Service Committee (AFSC) & Guild House 7:30 pm, GuikJ House, 802 Monroe. Workshop by Richard Cleaver, director of AFSC's Program on Militarism and Nonviolence using discussion, music, role-re versals, etc. First in a series of events leading up to the 20th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion (next June). To reserve a spot, contact R. Cleaver by Dec. 5. 761-8283 Ann Arbor Poetry Slam #5 8 to 1 1 pm, OW Heidelberg, 215 N. Main. Firs t hour open mike, second hour performance by Michigan poet John Sindair, and the last hour is the "poetry slam," where poets compete for a cash prize, $2. 667-1910or 764-0410 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LaGROC) 8 pm, 31 00 Michigan Union. 763-4186 7 Wednesday Volunteer Information Session: Women's C riste Center (WCC) 5:30 pm, 306 N. División (Lawrence St. entrance). Leam about WCC and how you can join our o ik helping women help themselves i19475 or 994-9 100 Luc Deliens: Ypsllanti Peace Fellowshlp, SANEFREEZE and others 730 pm, First Congregabonal Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsilanü. Deliens is a steering committee rr.ember of the Flemisr ( '-mpaign Against Nuclear Weapons fVAKA) and orofessor of soaology . . , i rree rti .rsity in Brussels. H. vl ;.. ;"art c Eurotour 88," a group of 20 activis trom Europe visiting American peace groups to discuss the European peace movement's new fccuses and strategies for the situation now facing NATO countries. 482-6980 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm, 2435 Mason Hall. 665-8438 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 9 Friday Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) 5:30 to 7 pm (see 2 Fri) "Raise the Roof: An Opus In 5 Acts": Performance Network 7 pm, 408 W. Washington. The Network's 3rd Annual variety show fundraiser kicks off with a7 pm Buffet Fteception, followed by an 8 pm Variety Showcase, featuring some of the area's finest performers along with the tonight-only appearance of Theatre Grottesco. $15 ticket includes Saturday's Open House and Dance Party. All underone roof! 663-0681 Meta phys cal "Rap" Session: School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm, 719 W. Mich.Ave., Ypsilanti. 4829600 Human Rights Week: Amnesty International EMU 8 pm, McKenny Union (EMU). Two former prisoners of con science, one from Iran and the otherfrom Korea, will speak about their experiences. 483-9655 or 482-0904 10Saturday '"Santa Paws": Humane Society of Huron Valley 1 1 am to 4 pm (see 3Sat) "Raise the Roof: An Opus in 5 Acts": Performance Network 7 pm Buffet Reception, 8 pm Variety Showcase (see 9 Fri). Later there's a dance party with Frank Allison and the Odd Sox. $1 5 full evening, $5 Dance Party only. 663-0681 Dream Hotline-lnterstate Participation: School of Metaphysics 12pmto12am, 719 W.Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. An interstate dream hotline will provide answers and insight to dreams and their meanings. 482-9600 Newsfeature DEADLINE: AGENDA January issue news & feature anieles due before 5 pm, 202 E. Washington, #5 1 2, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104.996-8018 11 Sunday Dream Hotline-lnterstate Participa tion: School of Metaphysics 12amto12pm(see10Sat) Meeting: The Episcopal Church of the Incamation 10:30 am (see 4 Sun) Community Open House: B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation 2 to 5 pm, Mandell L. Berman Center. 7690500 Monthly Meeting: Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) 6 pm, St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway, near North Campus. Family Potluck dinner and talk by Stan Harbison, "The Soviet Union, the USA and Peacemaking, 1988." Potluck at 6 pm, speaker and chikJren's activities at 7 pm. For more about meeting, rides, or WAND cali 761-1718. Bible Interpretation-Book of Revelation : School of Metaphy sics 6:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. 482-9600 Lesbian-Gay Mens Muslc: Gay Uberatlon 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 12 Monday Volunteer Information Session: Wome. 's Crisis Center (WCC) 1 2 noon (see 7 Wed) Meeting: Parent s-FLAGAnn Arbor 7:30 pm, First Methodist Church, State at Huron. 763-4186 Open House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Integnty 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) 13Tuesday Howard Zlnn: MSA Peace & Justice Committee, UCAR, Palestfne Solidarity Committee, LASC 4 pm, Rackham Aud., UM. Howard Zinn will speak on student activism, from SNCC to the present 994-6387 Lesbian-Gay Radio Show 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union (check at desk for room). Letter writing and other activities to protect human rights around the world. 761-3639 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LAGROC) 8 pm (see 6 Tue) 14 Wednesday Recognition of Wildflour Bakery: Ann Arbor Board of t on 7:30 pm , Cable channel 1 0. Wildflour's "Rolling in Dough" program is featured for its work in the schools over the past 7 years. 994-0601 Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) Meeting: Latin American Solida rity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 7 Wed) 15Thursday Prayer Service: The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Protest the ongoing expansión of the state's prison system at a prayer service in the rotunda of the State Capitol in Lansing. Also, attend a Dept. of Corrections meeting later in the day. Need a ride? 761 -8283 or Joe Summers, 665-4734. Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center (WCC)5pm(see7Wed) CALENDAR & CRD DEADLINE: AGENDA January issue Calendar and Community Resource Directory listings due before 5 pm, 202 E. Washington, #51 2, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104.996-8018 16Friday Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) 5:30 to 7pm (see 2 Fri) 'The Joumey Within": School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. Leam to interpret your dreams in the language of the mind. 482-9600 Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 8 pm (see 2 Fri) "Singing in the Darkness - The Talking Heads and Redemption in the 80s": Canterbury House 9pm, 218 N. División. Presentation by the Reverend Joe Summers on some of the most important social critics of the decade, the Talking Heads, whose music expresses both the tragic plight of the detached self, and a visión of how those who live from the head up may be restored to -thetrfuHhumanity. 665-0606 17 Saturday Auction & Tree Trimming Party: School of Metaphysics 7:30 pm, 719 W. Michigan v. ,,,.,; Decórate the School'sC tv r ( with meta-physical ornaments are ca for hidden treasures wrapped under the tree. 482-9600 18 Sunday Meeting: The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation 10:30 am(see4Sun) Bible Interpretation-The Birth of Jesus: School of Metaphysics 6:30 pm (see 1 1 Sun) Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 19 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) 20 Tuesday Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center (WCC)11am(see7Wed) Lesbian-Gay Radio Show 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 or7634186 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LAGROC) 8 pm (see 6 Tue) 21 Wednesday Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 7 Wed) 23 Friday Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center 5:30to7pm(see2Fri) 24 Saturday Christmas Eve Services: Hurón Valley Communlty Church 1 1 pm, Hurón Valley Community Church, 1001 Green Rd An independent Christian church with a special ministry to lesbians, gay males, their friends and families. There will be a Christmas potluck breakfast at the home of a member following the service. 25 Sunday Merry Christmas! 26 Monday Open House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Integrity 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) 27 Tuesday Lesbian-Gay Radio Show 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 or 763-4186 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Rights Organizing Committee (LAGROC) 8 pm (see 6 Tue) 28 Wednesday Lesbian-Gay Men's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) Meeting: Latín American Sol id a rit y Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 7 Wed) 29 Thursday Volunteer Information Session: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) 4 pm (see 7 Wed) 30 Friday Deadline for Performing Arts proposals: Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Inc. The présenter of summertime events at the Top of the Park is seeking letters from arts groups and individuals who would like to perform in 1 989. The festival is from June 24 toJuly 16. Include: description of produdng organization, descripüon of the work(s), specific personnel involved, suggested venue and number of performances and a budget. If interested in performing outdoors send pertinent information about repetoire, tees, biographies, etc. Send to: P.O.Box 4070, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106. 747-2278 Women's Tea: Women's Crisis Center (WCC) 5:30 to 7 pm (see 2 Fri) Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 8 pm (see 2 Fri) 31 Saturday Annual New Year's Eve Benefit: Common Ground Theatre Performance Network, 408 W. Washington. A DJ dance party for Elise Bryant's popular theatre project. 663-068 1 HGCVCI6 Ailíi ftiOOf Recyclables are coHected (free) onyourtrash dayonceamonth. The map shows howAnn Arboris dividedinto recycling collection areas. Recycle Ann Arbor will collect bundled newspaper; botties separatedby color with lids removed; cans flattened with labels removed; used motor oil in tightiy sealed containers; convgated cardboard; paper grocery bags and car batteries. On your monthly recycling day, place materalsonthe curb by8XX3a.m., 8to10 feetaway torn trash and label "For Recycle Ann Arbor. " For more informaron on recycling, cali Recycle Ann Arbor at 6654398.

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