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To publiclze August Calendar events, send formatted listing by Sunday, July 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104, (996-8018). Ustlngs for mor than five events must ba sent to AGENDA on Macintosh disc (with SASE). FORMAT - Date, event, sponsor, time and place. One or two sentence description, fee, phone number. Unless otherwise noted, all events Usted in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Sunday Fourth Annual Summer Raffle: Humane Society of Huron Valley 9 am to 5 pm, 3100 Cherry Hill Rd. Tickets now on sale for the August 3ist drawing. Grand prize is $500 cash. Tickets available at the Humane Society of Huron Valley and at vanous retail stores, fairs, and festivals in the area, $1$5 for six. 662-5545 World Peace and Healing Gathering: Rainbow Family thru 7 Sun., Barker Lake, Lutsen, Minnesota. The Rainbow Family embodies those who believe we are all sisters and brothers who seek to love and serve one another and the earth in the cathedral of nature. 761-4243 Student Art: Arts & Programming thru 23 Mon., Art Lounge, Mich. Union. Display of the work of several U-M student members of the Ann Arbor Artisrs Co-op. 764-6498 Photo Contest: Borders Book Shop turn photographs in at Borders, The A2 News, or any A2 Public übrary thru Sept. 13. The contesfs theme is "Ann Arbor Reading" honoring International Literacy Year. Photos may be old or new, 5" by 7" to 1 1 " by 14". Categories are adult b&w, adult color, young photographer (18 and under) b&w, and young photographer color. 668-7652 "Allee In Wonderland": A2 Summer Festival 2 pm, Power Center. This rollicking adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic also offers sign language nterpreting and audio-desenption for hearing and visually impaired audience members, $5$3 chikJren. 763-TKTS Freedom on the River Rowlng Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 4 pm, Argo Canoe Livery, 1055 Longshore Dr. Rowing program for the mobility impaired. Specialized aides available for those who use modified craft on the river. 437-5286 "Tie Me Up, Tle Me Down": Michigan Theater 5 & 9 pm, 603 E. Liberty. A satine look at the battle between the sexes, $4.50$3.50 stud, srs, & under 12.668-8397 "The Memorandum": Performance Network 6:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. Obie-award winning comedy by Czechoslovokia's foremost playwright and newly elected President, Vaclav Havel, $9$7 stud & seniors. 663-0681 "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Wik), hilarious film directed by Pedro Almodovar, $4.50$3.50 stud, srs, and under 12. 668-8397 Uoyd Col and Mlchael Penn: Prlsm Production 7 pm, Clubland at the State Theater, 2111 Woodward, Detroit, $15.50 advance. 665-6666 Women' Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First, $3. 9968555 2 Monday Rally and Maren: Homeless Action Committee 6:30 pm, A2 Inn, Huron at Fourth Ave. Rally to demand that City Council direct the DOA to help purchase and convert the Ann Arbor Inn into low-income housing. 936-3076 "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm (see 1 Sun) "Gotta Dance!": A2 Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Center. A2's own Dance Gallen dancers perform works by homegrown and east coast choreographers, $12$10$8. 763-TKTS Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 665-0606 "Tle Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 3 Tuesday Freedom on the Rl ver Rowlng Program: Dept. of Park & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Call-in talk show. 763-3501 Uving wlth ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks-Huron Valley 7 to 9 pm. For location: 572WELL "From Hawk to Peacemaker": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. The chaplain for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bomber crews, Fr. George Zabelka, describes his profound conversión from hawk to dedicated peacemaker. 769-7422 "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm (see 1 Sun) "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 4 Wednesday Independence Day Celebration: Dept. of Parks & Ree. noon to 4 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Festivities include period dancing demonstrations, storytelling, and refreshments. Also farmhouse tours, $1.50.$75 kids & seniors, and norse and wagon rides $.75, 994-2928 "Annual 4th of July Extravaganza: Dept of Park & Ree. 1 :30 to 3 pm, Fuller Park Swimming Pool, 1519 Fuller Rd. Celébrate the holiday with children's activities such as balloon toss, penny hunt, relays, buoy ball, and a parade, $1.50$1.00 youth & seniors $3.50 family. 761-2460 "Top of the Park Jazz Festival": Southeastern Michigan Jazz Assoc. 6 pm, top of the Fletcher Street parking structure. Ragtime Charlie and Sister Kate will perform first. The Olivia Street Stampers will play at 7 pm. 484-3997. "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Weekly public atfairs show focusing on womyn's issues. 763-3501 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm, rm. # at info desk, Mich. Union. 665-8438 "Star-Spangled Brass": Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Ctr. River City Brass Band, a 27-member ensemble has grown to become the most active professional concert band in America. A special outdoor barbeque will precede the concert. Reserve $12.50$5 BBQ tickets. 763-TKTS 5 Thursday Freedom on the Rl ver Rowlng Program: Dept. of Park & Rae. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Top of tho Park Jazz Festival": Southeastern Michigan Jazz Assoc. 7 pm, Power Center Cary Kocher will lead a quartet including pianist Riek Roe, bassist Kurt Krahnke and drummer Peter Siers. Vocalist Cynthia Dewberry will sing at 8 pm backed up by the Ron Brooks Trio. 484-3997 Meeting: AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT-UP Ann Arbor) 7:30 pm, rm. # at info desk, Mich. Union. Meet with an organizador of individuáis united in the struggle against the inadequacies of the government and the health care system in responding to the AIDS crisis. "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Cannes Film Festival winning tale of invincible love and the unique bond between the old and the young, $4.50$3 50 stud, srs, and under 12. 668-8397 "The Memorandum': Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 6 Friday Trom Hawk to Peacemaker": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 3 Tue) "Top of the Park Jazz Festival': Southeastern Michigan Jazz Assoc. 7 pm. With vocalist Fionna Duncan, then the Lunar Octet. (see 4 Wed) "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Gay Men's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 "The Memorandum": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Dorothy Donegan: Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Ctr. The worid's leading female piano personality, $17$14$11. 763-TKTS "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 & 1 1 :15 pm (see 1 Sun) Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. An alternativo to the bar scène for people who love to dance. Highly varied recorded dance music. Occasional live percussion. Feel free to bring own music. and alcoholfree. Children welcome, $2. 996-2405 7 Saturday Youth Fishlng Clinic: Dept. of Parks 6 Ree. 9 am, Gallup Park LJvery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Ages 7 to 14. An introduction to fishing equipment and basic fishing techniques. Rod and reel are included with registration. Registration is limited. 668-741 1 "Top of the Park Jazz Festival": Southeastern Michigan Jazz Asso. 7 pm (see 4 July). The Andy Dahlke Quartet will start things off at 7 pm. Acousöc Blue will conclude the festival with thetr set beginning at 8 pm. 484-3997 ■Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) "The Memorandum": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "He Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 & 11:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 8 Sunday 10th Annual Huron Rlver Day: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Gallup Park, 3000 F ulier Rd. Events include: chikJren's games, environmental displays, canoe lessons, tree chnic, a 1 .5 mile and 5K Fun Run, youth fishing derby, and canoe races including races for the specially abled and music. 994-2780 Pllobolu: Ann Arbor Summer Festival 2 pm, Power Center. Special dance program for young people by a troupe that stretches the boundanes of dance as they stretch themselves into seemingly impossible shapes, $10$5 children. 763-TKTS Freedom on the Rlver Rowlng Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 4 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Memorandum": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Peter Murphy: Prlsm 7 pm, Clubland at the State Theater, 2111 Woodward, Detroit. Back by popular demand, $17.50 advance. 665-6666 "The Nevada Nuclear Weapons Test Site: American Peace Test Actlon, Spring 1990": WAND 7:30 pm, St. Aidan'sNorthside Church, 1679 Broadway. Videotape of the nonviolent resistance (over 1100 arrests) at the Nevada Test Site in April, plus a panel of WAND members who parüapated. 761-1718 "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 5 Thur) Women's Muslc: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Ptlobolus: Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Ctr. Astounding melange of modem dance, acrobatics and theater, $20$17$14. 763-TKTS "He Me Up, Tle Me Down": Michigan Theater 8:50 pm (see 1 Sun) 9 Monday "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Pilobolus: A2 Summer Festival 8 pm (see 8 Sun) Open House for Lesblans & Gay Men: Gay Ub 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) "Tle Me Up, He Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 10Tuesday August Issue Deadline for News & Feature Storles: AGENDA 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, 48104. 996-8018 Freedom on the Rlver Rowing Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbian Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Uving with ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks-Huron Valley 7 to 9 pm (see 3 Tue) "Second Anniversary Sampler": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Clips from some of the best Peace InSight shows since the premiere in July '88. 769-7422 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union, check at desk for room. Activities to protect human ríghts and free prisoners of conscience. 761-1628 "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Peter Yarrow: Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Center. Peter, Paul and Mary member and dedicated activist Peter Yarrow will perform, $18$15$12. 763-TKTS "Tl Ma Up, Tte Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 11 Wednesday "Wet'n'Wlld Wednesday": Dept. of Park & Ree 2 pm, Buhr Park Swimming Pool, 2751 Packard Rd. The first of a series of crazy Weds. at Buhr Pool which will include a jello pit, & water balloon launch contest, $1 .50 $1.00 youth & seniors. 971-3228 "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 4 Wed) "A Cathedral for Managua? A Dialogue on Nicaragua's Needs": Interfaith Council for Peace and Justlce 7:30 pm, Newman Lounge, St. Mary's Student Ctr, 311 Thompson. Guest panelists explain their reactions to the Managua Cathedral Fund, based on their recent experiences in Nicaragua with religious leaders and parishioners. 663-1870 The Dead Milkmen: Prism 7:30 pm, State Theater, 404 S. Burdick, Kalamazoo. All ages, $10.50 in advance. 665-6666 "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Commitlee (LASC) 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Virtuoso Organ Series: Ann Arbor Summet Festival 9 pm, First Cong. Church, 608 E. William. Music in honor of the great French composer, Cesar Franck, $10. 763-TKTS "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 12Thursday Freedom on the River Rowing Program: Dept of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "My Lefl Foot": Michigan Theater 7:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty, $4.50$3.50 stud, srs, and under 12. 668-8397 Meeting: Bread lor the World 7:30 pm, Memorial Christen Church, 730 Tappan. Discussion of international and domestic hunger issues, legislativo updates and planning of Fall events. 487-9058 Meeting: AIDS Coalltlon to Unleash Power (ACT-UP Ann Arbor) 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) "What Fresh Heil I Thls?": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Starring Anne M. Stol). Arwulf Arwulf, Sasha Moscovit and others, $9$7 stud & seniors. 663-0681 "The Anastasia Game": A2 Summer Festival 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. Exciting new "chamber musical" based on the mysterious story of Anastasia, daughter of the last Russian czar, $15$12. 763-TKTS "Tie Me Up, Tle Me Down": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm (see 1 Sun) 13Friday Meeting: Alllance for U-M Campus Childcare noon, rm. # at info. desk, Mich. Union. 763-2047 Meeting: ICPJ Disarmament Working Group noon (brown bag), ICPJ office, Memorial Christian Church, TappanHill. Topic: Jan. 1991 United Nations Nuclear Test Ban Conference. 663-1870 "Second Annlversary Sampler": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 10 Tue) "Krishna Murtl: With a Silent Mind": Michigan Theater 6:45 pm, 603 E. Liberty. The 2nd film on Krishnamurti's life by M. Mendizza. "It is only the silent mind, the mind that is free, that can come upon that which is beyond time," $4.50$3.50 stud, srs and under 12. 668-8397 "What Fresh Heil Is Thls?": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "The Anastasia Game": Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "My Left Fooi": Michigan Theater 8.45 pm (see 12 Thur) Virtuoso Organ Serla: Ann Arbor Summer Festival 9 pm, First Cong Church, 608 E. William. This all-Bach recital will feature the renowned organist Dietrich Wagler, from Freiburg, E. Germany, $5. 763-TKTS "Adult Dip": Dept of Park & Ree 9 pm, Buhr Park Pool, 2751 Packard Rd. A chance tor adults only to swim laps, float, or exercise without the kids, $1.50$1.00 seniors. 971-3228 "He Me Up, He Me Down": Michigan Theater 10: 45 pm (see 1 Sun) 14 Saturday Square Dance: St. Francis of Assisl Catholic Church 8 pm to 1 1 :30 pm, St. Francis Church Parish Activities Ctr, 2150 Frieze Ave. Proceeds benefit Seasons "90 Young Adult Conference. Snacks provided, bring your own nonalchoholic beverages. Reserve, $4. 662-3555 "The Anastasia Game": Ann Arbor Summer Festival 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "What Fresh Heil Is This?": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Uttle Anthony and The Shi relies: A2 Summer Festival 8 pm, Power Ctr. Two legends of the early Rock Era invite you back to the golden days of rock & roll, $20$17$14. 763-TKTS 15 Sunday "2nd Annual Summer Bash": WCBN-FM 88.3 1 to 7 pm, West Park Bandshell. Music by five bands including The Vole Beats and WDET disc jockeyblues guitarist Robert Jones. Refreshments will be sold. Money raised will benefit WCBN. 763-3500 "The Anastasia Game": Ann Arbor Summer Festival 2 pm, $1310. (see 12 Thu) Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. 763-4186 Puppy & Dog Training & Care Clinici Humane Society of Huron Valley 4 pm, Ann Arbor Dog Training Club, 1575 E. N. Territorial Rd. Suggested don. $2. 662-5585 Freedom on the Rlver Rowing Program: Dept of Park & Ree. 4 pm (see 1 Sun) August Issue Deadline for Calendar & Community Resource Directory: AGENDA by 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512,46104.996-8018 "What Fresh Heil Is Thls?": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 12Thu) "Yaaba": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 5 Thur) Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "Tle Me Up, Tle Me Down": Michigan Theater 8:50 pm (see 1 Sun) Dread Zeppelin: Prism 9 pm, St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit. Where reggae shakes hands with Elvis and Led Zeppelin, $7.50 advance. 665-6666 Virtuoso Organ Serles: A2 Summer Festival 9 pm, First Cong. Church, 608 E. William. Robert Clark presents a special recital dedicated to the Germán composer Luebeck, $5. 763-TKTS 16 Monday Open House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) 17Tuesday Freedom on the River Rowing Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) ■Closet are for Clothe": Lesbia n Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Uving wfth ARC and AIDS Support Group: Weflness Networks-Huron Valley 7 to 9 pm (see 3 Tue) "Non-Violent Reslstance": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. A2 panelists discuss their decisions to co.nmit civil disobedience to resist U.S. militarism at Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Williams International, and the Nevada Test Site. 769-7422 Rellgious Coalltion on Central America Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 7:30 pm, Curtís Room, 1st Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. Topic: the campaign for a cathedral in Managua and the concern about much greater needs in Nicaragua. 663-1870 18 Wednesday "Art Fair Oasis": Dept. of Parks & Ree. 1 to 4 pm, Kempf House. 31 2 S. División. Victorian Art display, demostrations of theorem painting and refreshments. Through 21 Sat. 9963008 Free Short Films: Michigan Theater 1 to 6 pm, 603 E. Liberty. 668-8397 Wefn'Wlld Wednesday": Dept. of Park & Roe. 2 pm (see 1 1 Wed) "Womyn" Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (sea 4 Wed) Meeting: Latln American Solldarlty Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 4 Wed) 19Thursday "Art Fair Oasis": Dept of Park & Ree. 1 to 4 pm (see 18 Wed) Paper Making Workshop: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 3:15 to 4:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver Rd. Children 2 thru 4 will experience the unique art of paper making. Using recyclable matenals, each child will make a sheet of paper to take home. Pre-registration is necessary, $2. 662-7802 Freedom on the Rlver Rowlng Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Mini Adventure Trip Down the Huron River": Leslie Science Center 6 to 9 pm, Argoe Canoe üvery, 1055 Longshore Dr. This trip, departing from Argoe Canoe Livery , is for children 8 to 1 2 who are accompanied by an adult. Fee indudes canoes, equipment, instruction and dinner. Register at City Hall, $15$17 non-residents. 994-2780 Meeting: AIDS Coalltion to Unleash Power (ACT-UP Ann Arbor) 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) "What Fresh Heil Is Thls?": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Savoy Brown: Club Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main, $12.50. 994-3562 20 Friday Meeting: Alllance for U-M Campus Childcare (UM-ACCC) noon (see 13 Fri) Free Short Films: Michigan Theater 1 to 6 pm. 603 E. überty. 668-8397 "Art Fair Oasis": Dept of Parks & Ree. 1 to 8 pm (see 18 Wed) Violent Resls tanca": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 1 7 Tue) "What Fresh Heil Is Thls?": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "Longtlme Companion": Michigan Theater 7 & 9 pm, 603 E. Liberty. (Tonighfs 7 pm screening is an AIDS benefit) This film's title derives from the euphemistic phrase otten used in obituarios to describe the surviving lovers of those lost to AIDS. The story, about a group of friends, unfolds from the first mystifying reports of AIDS to the more-informed but equally uncertain present . The film is buoyed with humor and sensitivo performances, (an American Playhouse production), $4.50$3.50 stud, srs, and under 12. 668-8397 Gay Men's Coffee House: Brothers 8 pm (see 6 Fri) Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm (see 6 Fri) 21 Saturday "Art Fair Oasis": Dept. of Park & Roe. 1 pipjo 4 pm (see 18 Wed) Fres Short Film: Michigan Theater 1 to 6 pm, 603 E. Liberty 668-8397 Rumored Arb Picnic: Ralnbow Family 3 pm, Nichol's Arboretum. There will be no organized picnic in the Art). It is possible that a number of people will take some food and percussion to the same spot as last year and that some áreles, love and good vibes will be shared. 761-4243 "What Fresh Heil Is This?": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 9:10 pm (see 20 Fri) 22 Sunday "Ceiebratlon of Muslc": Dept. of Parks & Ree noon to 4 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. A "Living History Day" focusing on music and dance of the mid-19th century, $1.50$. 75 children & seniors. 994-2928 Freedom on the Rlver Rowing Program: Dept of Parks & Ree 4 pm (see 1 Sun) "What Fresh Heil Is Thls?": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see12Thu) Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 8:30 pm (see 20 Fri) 23 Monday "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 20 Fri) Open House for Lesbians 4 Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) 24 Tuesday Freedom on the Rlver Rowing Program": Dept of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Closets are for Clothes": Lesbia n Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Uvlng with ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wellness Networks-Huron Valley 7 to 9 pm (see 3 Tue) "Peace Dividend Town Meeting": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Local experts and audience members debate where the peace dividend should be invested. 769-7422 "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 9:25 pm (see 20 Fri) 25 Wednesday "Wefn'Wild Wednesday": Dept of Parks & Ree. 2 pm (see 1 1 Wed) "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 4 Wed) "Longtlme Companion": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 20 Fri) Meeting: Latln American Solidarity Committee (LASC) 8 pm (see 4 Wed) 26 Thursday Freedom on the River Rowing Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT-UP Ann Arbor) 7:30 pm (see 5 Thur) "Dark Pony" & "Reunión": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Bosco Productions presents two plays by David Mamet directed by Bj Wallingford, $9$7 stud & seniors. 663-0681 "Longtimo Companion": Michigan Theater 9:25 pm (see 20 Fri) 27 Friday Meeting: Alllance for U-M Campus Childcare (üM-ACCC) noon (see 13 Fri) "Peace Dividend Town Meeting": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 1 7 Tue) "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 24 Tue) "Dark Pony" & "Reunión": Performance Network 8 pm (see 26 Thu) "Adult Dip": Dept of Parks & Ree. 9 pm (see 13 Fri) 28 Saturday "Reveling on the River Music Series": Dept of Parks & Ree. 6:30 pm, Gallup Park üvery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Music on the deck overiooking the Huron River. 662-9319 "Longtime Companion": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 20 Fri) "Dark Pony" 4 "Reunión": Performance Network 8 pm (see 26 Thu) Nine Inch Nalls: Prlsm 9 pm, St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress. Detroit, $13.50 in advance. 665-6666 29 Sunday Thlrd Annual Ann Arbor Summer Criterium: Dept. of Park & Ree. Main Street Series of 10 to 12 U.S. Cyding Federation-sanctioned bicycle races for USCF amateur racers and races for citizen partioipants. 994-2786 Freedom on the River Rowlng Program: Dept. of Park & Ree. 4 pm (see 1 Sun) "Dark Pony" & "Reunión": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 26 Thu) "Longtlme Companlon": Michigan Theater 7:05 pm (see 20 Fri) Women's Music: Gay Liberation 8 pm (see 1 Sun) , 30 Monday "Longtlme Companlon": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 20 Fri) Open House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 2 Mon) 31 Tuesday "Women's Art": Arts & Programming through August 23, Art Lounge, Mich. Union. Works by Nadine Epstein including pastei drawings, etchings, Japanese paint and enamel works. 764-6498 Freedom on the River Rowing Program: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 5 pm (see 1 Sun) "Closets are for Clothes": Lesblan Gay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 3 Tue) "Longtlme Companlon": Michigan Theater 7:30 pm (see 20 Fri) Uving wlth ARC and AIDS Support Group: Wetlnes Networks-Huron Valley 7 to 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Rosier Players: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 7 pm, thru Aug. 4, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. The Rosier Player Company is the longest running repetory show in America and the last of the old-time traveling tent shows. They even let you help raise the tent, $3.50 adults$2 seniors$1.50 children. 994-2928 "Hiroshima, Never Agaln": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Last year's inspiring commemoration held at Gallup Park on Hiroshima Day, August 6. With songs and drama by Common Ground Theatre Ensemble and Performance Network, children's activities, interfaith worship, and the traditional Lantem Boat Launch. 769-7422 Benefit Concert: Ralnforest Action Movement 8 pm, the Ark, 637 S. Main. With O.J. Anderson. Matt Watroba, Tracy Lee, and Utah Phillips. Net proceeds will support the Redwood Summer Campaign, $10. 994-8553

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