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To publiclze APRIL Calendar events, send formatled listings by Thursday, MARCH 15 lo AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104, (996-8018). Usting for more than flve events must be sent to AGENDA on Macintosh dlsc, with SASE for dlsc return. FORMAT- Date, event, sponsor, time and place. One or two sentence description, fee, phone number. Unless otherwlse noted, all events Usted In the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locations are In Ann Arbor unless otherwlse noted. 1 Thursday National Call-ln Day to Congress: Interfalth Councll for Peace and Justlce Cali your D.C. reps and senators regardng the Feb. 25 Nicaraguan election asking them to: 1. Accept only vote counts certified by the UN and the OAS observers; 2. In response to elections certified as free and fair by the UN and OAS, declare an end to the U.S. war on Nicaragua, an end to the embargo; 3. Demobilize the 'contras mmediately. Cali Sen. Cari Levin at (202)224-6221, Sen. Don Riegle at (202)224-4822, and Rep. Cari Pursell at (202)225-4401. Peter Ostroushko: The Ark 8 pm, 637 S. Main. One of Nashville's acoustic greats, $8.75$7.75 stud. & mem. 761-1451 "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Frank's Absurd Repertory Theater Co. debuts with short, short plays by Beckett, The Futurists, the Dadaists, John Cage and more set to engage today's ever-shnnking attention span, $9$7 stud. & seniors 663-0681 Voter's Regis tra t Ion Party: Performance Network & Student Inltlatlve 10:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. Happy Birthday to all of you who will be 18 by April 3. Deputy registrars will be on hand to get you registered in time to vote in the April 2 election. The party features: Dick Siegel, Frank Allison, lodine Raincoats, Tracey Lee Komarmy, Juk, Pontiac, Elise Bryant and more. 663-0681 2 Friday Meeting: Alliance for U-M Campus Child-Care (UM-ACCC) noon, Women's Studies Programs offices, 234 W. Engineering Bldg. Open to anyone interested in affordable, quality, on-site childcare services at U-M. 763-2047 "Th CIA from the Inside": Peace InSIght 6:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Former CIA agent John Stockwell describes CIA activities in Central America. 769-7422 The Sugarcubes: Prlsm Productions 8 pm, The Latin Quarter, 3067 Grand River, Detroit. With special guests The Primitives, $15.50. 665-4755 "A Synthetlc Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Gay Men's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm, 3200 Mich. Union. 763-4186 Group Medltatlon and Massage for Gay & Bisexual Men: LesbianGay Male Programs Office 8 pm, 1522 Hill. A safe environment to explore touch. Wear comfortable clothing. Bring oil or lotion, 2 sheets, and a towel. David 662-6282 3 Saturday "A Synthetlc Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) 4 Sunday Fitness Fest: Humane Society of Huron Valley 9:30 am regist., A2 Berkshire Hilton, 610 Hilton Blvd. 10 am aerobic workout to benefit the animáis at the Humane Society; light brunch at 1 1 30. Participants must obtain $50 min. pledges. 662-5545 Poetry Reading & Lectura: Le Minotaure Gallery 3 pm, 115 E. Ann. Ann and Ken Mikolowski, a painter and poet, will read and talk about their work and 20 years of publishing The Altemative Press. 665-0445 Orientatlon: Huron Valley Greens 5pm, 1411 Henry. 663-0003 Meeting: Homeless Actlon Committee (HAC) 6 pm, 337 S. Ashley. Help end hornelessness. 662-5372 Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 6:30 pm, Guild house, 802 Monroe. 6 pm potluck; bring a dish to pass. 663-0003 "A Synthetlc Circus": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 1 Thur) Women's Muslc: Gay Uberatlon 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. 996-8555 5 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Ub 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 6 Tuesday "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Call-in talk show. 763-3501 Survivors of Sexual Assault Support Group: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7 pm, 208 King Hall, EMU, Ypsilanti. Eileen 481-1245 Take Back the Nlght Planning Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape 7 pm, Center for Indep. Living, 2568 Packard. Help plan the April 21 demonstration. Sue 996-9517 Living With ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm, 3075 Clark Rd., # 207. 572-9355 "Women, Power and Dlfference": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Cornm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. 1989 U-M talk by African-American feminist and poet, Audre Lorde. 769-7422 Meeting: Lesbian & Gay Men's Rlghts Organizing Committee (LaGROC) 7:30 pm, 3100 Mich. Union. 763-4186 7 Wednesday "Womyn's Rite and Rhythm" 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Weekly public affairs show focusing on womyn's issues. 763-3501 Meeting: Professional AIDS Support Group 6 pm, Social Work Conference Room, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. Debbie Mattison 572-3520 Meeting: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7 pm, 208 King Hall, EMU, Ypsilanti. Eileen 481-1245 HIV Positive Testers Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm, 3075 Clark Rd., Suite 207, Ypsilanti. 572-9355 Gathering: Creation Spirltuallty 7:30 pm, First Unitarian-Univ. Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Native American ceremony and spirituality. 971-5924 Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesblan AA Meeting 8:30 pm, Ypsilanti Area Community Educatlon Center (old Ypsilanti High School), 210 W. Cross, rm 115. 484-0456 8 Thursday "Food and Farmlng In the Environmental Decade": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. A panel of farmers will discuss concerns and distinct approaches to growing residue-free and organic food products. 663-1870 Green Fair Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 7:30 pm, 525 Miller #2. 665-6251 "A Synthetfc Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) 9 Friday Art Exhlblt: U-M Art & Programming through 27 Tue, all day, Art Lounge, Mich. Union. Paintings from woridwide cnildren's competitlon hononng the 2Oth anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. 764-6498 Meeting: UM-ACCC noon (see 2 Fri) 'Womon, Power and Dlfference": Peace InSIght 6:05 pm (see 6 Tue) Board Meeting: Wellnes Networks 7 pm, 3175 Clark Rd. Suite 207, Ypsilanti. Open to the public. 572-9355 "A Synthetic Clrcua": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 2 Fri) "lOSaturday Meeting: Washtenaw Earth Day Coalltion 3 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Open to anyone interested in coordinating or partapating in April's Earth Day events. 761-3186 APRIL News & Feature Story Deadline: AGENDA 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. 996-8018 "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Laurie Anderson: Prlsm Productions 8 pm, Michigan Theater. This critically acclaimed performance artist returns to Ann Arbor after 6 years absence, $22.50. 665-4755 11 Sunday The Art of John El Kerr: Le Mlnotaure Gallery through March 31 . Opening reception tonight from 4 to 7 pm, 115 E. Ann. A one-person gallery show of Ann Arbor -based artist John El Kerr's work. 665-0445 Open House: Community Farm of Ann Arbor 3 pm, Rudolpf Steiner School, 2775 Newport Rd. Learn about 8- AGENDA- MARCH 1990 this local organicbioclynamic farm. 769-4251 "Reception and Report to the Communlty": Ann Arbor-Juigalpa Sister City Electlon Delegatlon 4 pm, Friends Center, 1416 HM. Ten A2 delégales just back from observing the Feb. 25th elections n our Sister City will report their findings. 663-0655 Puppy and Dog Training & Care Clinic: The Humane Society of Huron Valley 4 pm, Ann Arbor Dog Training Club, 1575 N. Territorial Rd. A two-hour seminar with obedience demos, feeding tips and more, $2 don. children under 12 free. 662-5545 Meeting: HAC 6 pm (see 4 Sun) "A Synthetic Circus": Performance , Network 6:30 pm (see 1 Thur) 'Changes In the Soviet Union: Impression From a Recent Person-toPerson Visit": Women' Action for Nuclear Disarmament 7:30 pm, St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway. A talk by Art Vander on what Soviet people think of the changes in their country, and the implications of these changes for U.S. military policy. 761-1718. Israell Dancing: Hlllel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Beg & adv, $2. 769-0500 Women's Muslc: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 12 Monday "Report on the Nicaraguan Electlon": Central American Solldarlty Committee 7 pm, 1100 St Aubin, rm. 210, Detroit. Kate Carter and Kathryn Savoie, eyewitnesses to the election, will report on their findings. 259-1 188 Meeting: The Rellgious Coalltlon on Central America 7:30 pm, First Presbytenan Church, 1432 Washtenaw. Help plan the religious community's efforts to change U.S. policy in Central America. 663-1870 Soundgarden and Volvod: Prlsm 7:30 pm, State Theater, 404 S. Burdick, Kalamazoo With special guests: Faith No More, $11.50. 665-4755 Open House for Lesblans & Gay Men: Gay Ub 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) 13Tuesday "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 6 Tue) Careglvers and Loved Ones of People With AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks 6:45 pm, Dept. of Social Services, 2350 W. Stadium. 572-9355 "Women and Aging": Ann Arbor " Washtenaw NOW 7 pm, Unitarian Church, General Assembly Room, 1917 Washtenaw. Meeting with panel speaking on various aging topics. Molly 434-8358 Uving With ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Tak Back the Nlght Planning Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape 7 pm (see 6 Tue) "The Intlfadah In Palestino and the Student Movement in China": Peece InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Chan. 9. Ali Mazrui, creator of the widely acclaimed PBS series "The Africans," compares the two movements in his 1989 talk for the Palestino Aid Society. 769-7422 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 6 Tues) Meeting: Washtenaw Citizen for Animal Rights (WCAR) 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Learn about animal rights issues and help WCAR edúcate the community. 665-2480 "Resoundlng Wind": U-M Art & Programming 8 pm, Pendleton Rm., Mich. Union. Saxophonists Denise Fest, Helen Haller, Eric Wilson, and Charles Young perform. 764-6498 14 Wednesday "Womyn's Rite and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 7 Wed) One Man Show (Peter Kubelka 195477): U-M Program in Film and Video Studie 7 pm, Angelí Hall, Aud. C, $1 don. 764-0147 HIV Positlve Testers Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 7 Wed) Meeting: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7 pm (see 7 Wed) Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Greens Earth Day Worklng Group 7 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Help plan Earth Day activities. 663-0003 "Halacha & Contraceptlon": Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, 1429 HM. Discuss traditional and modern Jewish views on contraception and how this relates to women today. 769-0500 Meeting: Latin American Solldarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm, rm. # at info. desk, Mich. Union. 665-8438 Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 7 Wed) 15Thursday Muslc at Mld-Day : U-M Arts and Programming 12:15 pm, Kuenzel Rm., Mich. Union. Ensemble of string bassists. 764-6498 APRIL Issue deadline for Calendar & Community Resource Directory: AGENDA 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, 48104. 996-8018 Green Fair Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 7:30 pm (see 8 Thur) Meeting: Bread for the World 7:30 pm, Memorial Christian Church, 730 Tappan. Discussion of domestic and international hunger issues, legislativo updates and future events. 487-9058 "MX Misslles on Michigan Rallroad Tracks": Dlsarmament Worklng Group of Interfalth Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, St. Francis School übrary, 2270 E. Stadium. Video and workshop on the Air Force's plans to deploy nuclear wartieads on Mich. railroad tracks. 663-1870 "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) 16 Friday Meeting: UM-ACCC noon (see 2 Fri) "Heallng Mother Earth: Ecology, Creativity, and Education": U-M Wesley Foundation 3:30 pm, 100 Hutchins Hall, U-M Law School. A lectura by Matthew Fox. 668-6881 "Jolnlng the Resistance: Psychology, Politics, Girls and Women": U-M Dept. of Philosophy 4 pm, Rackham Aud. Carol Gilligan, author of "In a Different Voice.' 761-1618 "The Intifadah In Palestino and the Student Movement in China": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 13 Tue) "Islamlc Fundamentalist in Syria: lts Social Basis, Leadership, and Growth": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, McKenny Union , EMU, Ypsilanti. Lecture by Dr. Raymond A. Hinnebusch. 663-1870 "Hoaling Mother Earth: An Ecologlcal Spirituallty": U-M Wesley Foundation 7:30 pm, First United Methodist Church. With Matthew Fox. 668-6881 Jesus and Mary Chain: Prism 8 pm, The Latin Quarter, 3067 E. Grand River, Detroit, $14.50. 665-4755 Steve Somers: Friends Meeting House 8 pm, 1420 Mili. Somers performs works by Murcia, Schoenberg, Satie and more on classical guitar, $6$5 stud. & seniors. 668-6211 Gay Men 's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm (see 2 Fri) "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) Meeting: Black Gay Men Tog ether 8 pm (see 2 Fri) Fundraiser for Student Initiative: Performance Network 10:30 pm, 408 W. Washington, $7$5 with voter's reg. card. Help fund the U-M student group concerned with raising grassroots involvement in local electoral issues. Courtesy of the best in local talent: Dick Siegel, Frank Allison, lodine Raincoats, Tracey Lee Komarmy, Juice, Elise Bryant & more. 663-0681 17 Saturday "Roots of Islamic Revivallsm: Syria in Comparative Perspection": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 9 am, Wesley Foundation, First United Methodist Church, 602 E. Hurón. A seminar by Dr. Raymond A. Hinnebusch. 663-1870 Workshop: "Healing Mother Earth": U-M Wesley Foundation 9 am to 4 pm, First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. With Matthew Fox on global spirítuality, $25$5 students. 668-6881 Benefit Pool Tournament: People Understanding the Severely Handicapped (PUSH) 1 1 am, Games Room, Mich. Union. Perry 930-1932 Great American Meat-Out: WCAR and Farm Animal Reform Movement 2 pm, Washtenaw Community College. Sampling of vegetarían foods, free film, local celebrities, prizes. 665-2480 "Weapons of the Spirit": HUI Street Cinema 7:45 pm & 9:45 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thur) 18Sunday Meeting: Parents FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. 763-4186 Poetry Readlng: Granlte Une Poets 2 pm, Freighthouse Cafe, Ypsilanti. Mary Ann Cameron and Sharon SmithKnight. Refreshments, $3. 663-0546. Meeting: HAC 6 pm (see 4 Sun) Bfg Circlo Meeting: Hurón Val ley Greens 6:30 pm, Guild house, 802 Monroe. 6 pm potluck, bring a dish to pass. 663-0003 "A Synthetic Circus": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 1 Thur) "The Gold Rush" (1925): U-M Program in Film and Video Studies 7 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. 764-0147 "An Evening with Madame F.": Hill Street Forum 7:30 pm, Irwin Green Aud, 1429 Hill. A one-woman presentation based on "Playing for Time," Fania Fenelon's account of her life as a musician at Auschwitz, $12$ 7 stud. & seniors. 769-0500 Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 19 Monday Meeting: Economie Issues Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7:30 pm, Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Christa 663-7106 Meeting: Ann Arbor City Council 7:30 pm, City Hall, 100 N. Fifth Ave. Council will consider a resolution opposing the deployment of MX missies on Michigan railroad tracks. SANFV Freeze and other local groups will present information on the danger to Ann Arbor citizens posed by the Air Force's plan. 663-1870 "That Agaln": Talk to Us 8 pm, 1429 Hill. U-M's mteractive theatre troupe performs this specially-commissioned piece for Hillel's Conference on the Holocaust. 769-0500 Open House for Lesblans & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) 20 Tuesday "The United States and the Holocaust": Hillel 12 noon, 1429 Hill. Join U-M History Prof. Sidney Fine for a brown bag lunch discussion. 769-0500 "Closet s are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 6 Tues) "The Great Peace Maren for Global Nuclear Disarmament": Peace InSIght 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Coverage of the Great Peace March in Washington, D.C., and info about how you can particípate in a new Global Walk for a Livable World. 769-7422 Survivors of Sexual Assault Support Group: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Living Wlth ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Take Back the Night Planning Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalitlon Against Rape 7 pm (see 6 Tue) One Man Show (Kurt Kren 1960-68): U-M Program in Film and Video Studies 7 pm (see 14 Wed) "Because of That War": HUI Straat Cinema 7 & 9 pm, 1429 Hill. Powerful documentary about the impact of the Holocaust on children of survivors, $3. 769-0500 "Women and the Cuban Revolutlon": Solldarlty 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe Margarita SamadMatías, who teaches at City University in New York, is a specialist on women and social movements in Cuba and the Horn o África. 665-2709 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 6 Tues) Opening Reception: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival: 7:30 pm, lobby, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Mix and mingle with the folks who bring you the oldest 16mm film festival in the country. 668-8397 Film Showlngs: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 8:30 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Screening the latest independent and experimental cinema from around the world, the AAFF is the oldest such event in North America, $4 $7 Nightly Serles$25 Festival Series. 668-8397 21 Wednesday "March for Chlld Care": Alliance for U-M Campus Child Care (UM-ACCC) neon, Hatcher Gradúate LJbrary front Visibly demónstrate U-M's childcare needs by bringing your kids to this short march. Also bring your kids to work or school if you can. 763-2047 Judge's Show: 28 th Ann Arbor Film Festival 3 pm, Michigan Theater. AAFF Awards Jury member Barbara Hammer, a feminist experimental filmmaker, will screen and dscuss her work. 668-8397 "Womyn's Rites and Rhylhms" 6 pm (see 7 Wed) "Putting First Thlngs First: Peace Through Economie Justlce": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justios 7 pm, First Baptist Church, 512 E. Hurón. A talk by the Rev. Charles G. Adams, pastor of Detoif s Hartford Memorial Baptist Church which pro vides a free medical dinic, free legal counseling, a higher education scholarship fund, and many other social services for its community. 663-1870 HIV Positive Testers Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 7 Wed) Film Showings: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm (see 20 Tue) Meeting: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7:30 pm (see 7 Wed) Meeting: Women and Prison Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7:30 pm, Unitarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Bart 229-9866 Evening with Survivors: Hlllel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Listen to and talk with women survivors of the Holocaust. 769-0500 Spring Equlnox Ceremony: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, Island Park, next to the Huron River at the fat end of Island Drive. 971-5924 "The Death Squad Lobby": Student Organization United for Peace (SOUP) 8 pm, Main Lounge, McKenny Union, EMU, Ypsilanti. Mary S wen son of the Minneapolis Central America Resource Center wil! talk about O'Connor and Hannan, the lobbying and legal services firm that represents the govemment of El Salvador and EMU. Ben 482-2797 Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 14 Wed) Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 7 Wed) 22 Thursday "Our Thought on the Holocaust": HUW noon, 1429 Hill, brownbag discussion. 769-0500 Music at Mld-Day : U-M Arts and Programmlng 12:15 pm, Pendleton Hm., Mich. Union. Pianist Midori Koga plays Mozart and Schubert. 764-6498 Judge's Show: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 3 pm, Michigan Theater. AAFF Awards Jury member Karen Aqua, an independent animation filmmaker, will screen and discuss her work. 668-8397 Film Showings: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm (see 20 Tue) "Rethlnking Chrlstlan Ethlcs in Ught of the Holocaust": Hillel 7 pm, 1429 Hill. 769-0500 Green Fair Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Green 7:30 pm (see 8 Thur) Turtte Island Strlng Quartet: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Rackham Aud. A musical landscape of jazz, bebop, bluegrass and more, $16. 763-TKTS New Works: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm, Performance Network. 408 W. Washington. Two pieces by choreographers Kiro Kopulos and Ariel Weymouth Payne, $9$7 stud. & seniors. 663-0681 23 Friday Meeting: UM-ACCC noon (see 2 Fri) Judge's Show: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 3 pm, Michigan Theater. AAFF Awards Jury member Richard Kerr, a Canadian independent filmmaker, will screen and discuss his work. 668-8397 "The Great Peace March for Global Nuclear Disarmament": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 20 Tue) "Reflections on the Passover Hagaddah": Hillel Orthodox Minyan 6:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Prof. David Sykes of Yeshiva University will speak after shabbat dinner. Ari 764-081 1 National Cllnlc Defense Conference: AACDARR & others 7 pm, Hillberry Rms., Wayne State University. A conference with clinic defense activists trom all over the U.S. to discuss the current status - and future - of the women's movement. 996-8028 Ecumenical Prayer Service in Remembrance of Archbishop Romero: Interfaith Councll for Peace & Justice 7 pm, St Francis, 2270 E. um A commemorabon of the lite and work of the Salvadoran bishop killed 10 years ago by a military death squad. Gloria Galan of the Committee of Mothers of the Disappeared will spaak Buses to Sat.'s "March on Washington to End the U.S. War in Central America" will piek up passengers at St. Francis after the service. 663-1870. Film Showlngs: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm (see 20 Tue) Busos to D.C. March: LASC 8 pm, front of Mich. Union and St. Francis Church. Buses will depart for the "March on Washington to End the U.S. War in Central America" and return late 24 Sat (see page 10), $50. 6652709 Jama Blood Ulmer Trio: Eclipsa Jazz 8 and 1 0 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main. Ulmer has been called "the most original guitarist since Jimi Hendrix," $12.50$10 stud. 763-TKTS New Works: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm (see 22 Thur) Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 2 Fri) 24 Saturday National Cllnlc Defensa Conference: AACDARR 10 am to 6 pm, Hillberry Rms., Wayne State University. Speakers in the moming, workshops in the aftemoon. (see 23 Fri) Archblshop Romero Commemoration and March to End the U.S. War in Central America: Washington, D.C. 11 am, White House. 665-2709 Free Matinee: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 1 pm (see 20 Tue) Film Showings: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm (see 20 Tue) "Smithereens": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm and 9:45 pm, 1429 Hill, $2.50. 769-0500 New Works: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm (see 22 Thur) Rock and Roll for Reproductivo Rights: AACDARR 9 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. National Clinic Defense fundraiser with music by Frank Allison and the Urbations, $5. 996-8028. 25 Sunday National Clinic Defensa Conference: AACDARR 10 am to 4:30 pm. Plenary session (see 23 Fri) Award Winning Films: 28th Ann Arbor Film Festival 5 pm, 7 & 9 pm (see 20 Tue) Meeting: HAC 6 pm (see 4 Sun) New Works: Intersect Theater Dance Company 6:30 pm (see 22 Thur) Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 4 Sun) 26 Monday Poetry Reading: Granite Une Poets 7:30 pm, Freighthouse Cafe, Ypsilanti. Ander, Jeff Poniewaz and M.L. LJebler, $5. 663)546 Open House for Lasbian & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see Sttan) 27 Tuesday 'Closet are for Clothe ": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 6 Tues) Careglvers and Loved Ones of Peopie With AIDS Support Group: Wednes Networks 6:45 pm (see 13 Tue) Uving With ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Take Back the Nlght Planning Meeting: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape 7 pm (see 6 Tue) "Nuclear Weapons and the Thlrd World: One Issue, Not Two": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Chan. 9. Why is the U.S. continuing to escálate the arms race despite the end of the Cold War? Tobi Hanna-Davies, recent co-president of the local WAND, explains with slides how the real reason for nuclear arms is to threaten Third World nations which defy U.S. control of their economies. 769-7422 Meeting: LaGROC 7:30 pm (see 6 Tues) "Home Is Where": Homeiess Action Commlttee & Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 8 pm, Slauson Intermedíate School, 1014 W. Washington. In Underground Railway Theaters newest play Vietnam vets, Central American refugees and young mothers with children interact to explore the causes of displacement and homeiessness, and potential solutions, $3 min. don. 936-3076 28 Wednesday Bucket Drive: World Hunger Education-Actlon Committee all day. Fundraiser for Oxfam America and Overseas Development NetworK. Help by swing ing a bucket or donating generously. 764-3669 Jewish Welfare Bureau: Hllle) noon, 1429 Milt. Steve Bayer will answer questions and provide info. about a wide variety of programs and opportunities in Jewish communal service. Appointment 769-0500 "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 7 Wed) Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Greens Earth Day Working Group 7 pm (see 14 Wed) Avant-Garde Films by Paul Sharits and Malcolm LeGrlce: U-M Program In Film and Video Studies 7 pm (see 14 Wed) HIV Positlve Testers Support Group: Wellness Networks 7 pm (see 7 Wed) Meeting: Womynspace Taskforce of Ann Arbor NOW 7 pm (see 7 Wed) "Why Is the Bedroom So Crowded?" & "A Play About Love": Reldence Hall Repertory Theatre Troupe 8 pm, 1429 Hill. These two shows examine issues of rape culture, the sexual conditioning of men and women, homcphobia, loneliness, hatred and love. 769-0500 Meeting: LASC 8 pm (see 14 Wed) Ypsllantl Gay MalLebian AA Meeting 8:30 pm (see 7 Wed) Spring Benefit wlth "Juice": World Hunger Educalion-Action Committoe 10 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First Proceeds will be donated to Oxfam America, a group which funds disaster relief and self-help development projects in Asia, África and Latín America, $3. Bob 761-2509 29 Thursday Bucket Orive: World Hunger Educatlon-Actlon Committee all day (see 28 Wed) American Peace Test Actlon a t the Nevada Nuclear Woapon Test Site: WAND & others through April 2. Despite the end of the Cold War the U.S. is developing even deadier nuclear weapons than ever. Local groups will be traveling to Nevada to join a national nonviolent action to end nuclear weapons testing and production. 761-1718 Music at Mld-Day : U-M Art and Programming 12:15 pm, Pendleton Rm , Mich Union. Renaissance-era music by members of the Academy for Early Music. 764-6498 "Don't Give a Damn": Progressive Zionist Caucus 7:30 pm, 1429 HM. The story of an Israeli soldier who has been crippled in action and his lack of adjustment 769-0500 Planning Session: Jowish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Help plan the First Ann Arbor Hillel Women's Seder scheduled for April 4. 769-0500 "Khomelnlsm: Fundamentalism or Popullsm": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, McKenny Union, EMU, Ypsilanti. A lecture by Dr. Ervand Abrahamian. 663-1870 Green Fair Planning Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 7:30 pm (see 8 Thur) "Gates of Hea ven" & "The Thln Blue Une": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm & 9:45 pm, 1429 Hill. Two great movies by the one and only Errol Morris, $2.50. 769-0500 New Works: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm (see 22 Thur) 30 Friday Meeting: UM-ACCC noon (see 2 Fri) "Nuclear Weapons and the Thlrd World: One Issue, Not Two": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 27 Tue) "Khomelni's View of Private Property, Society, and the State": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, Wesley Foundation, First United Methodist Church, 602 E. Huron. 663-1870 Gay Men's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm (see 2 Fri) (FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Meeting: Black Gay Men Together 8 pm (see 2 Fri) . New Work: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm (see 22 Thur) 31 Saturday Aretha Franklin: The Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm, Hill Aud. Frarjklin will make her first ever Ann Arbor concert appearance at the Second Annual Winter Warm-up $27 50 $52.50$17.50. 763-TKTS New Work: Intersect Theater Dance Company 8 pm (see 22 Thur) "Gates of Heaven" & "The Thin Blue Une": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm & 9:45 pm (see 29 Thur) Grads and Young Professionals Coffeehouse: Hillel Outing Club 9:30 pm, 1429 Hill 769-0500

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