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8- AGENDA- APRIL 1991 To publicize May Calendar events, send formatted llstings by April 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, (9968018). Listings for more than five events must be sent to AGENDA on Macintosh disc. Send SASE if you want your disc returned. FORMAT- Date, event, sponsor, time and place. One or two senten ce 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 Monday Posters from tha Soviet Union: U-M Arts & Programming thru 12 Fri., all day, Mich. Union Art Lounge. 764-6498 Karamanoukian Retrospectiva: Galerie Jacques thru 30 Tue., 2 to 6 pm Tue. & Sat. and by appolntment, 616 Wesley. 665-9889 "Middle East Perspectivas" 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 "Gay and Lesbian Hlstory": Lesbian and Gay Rights Organizlng Committee (LaGROC) 7 pm, 180 Tappan Hall. LesbianGayBisexual Awareness Week event with scholars Chris Reid and Becky Conekin. 763-4186 Winter Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 763-4186 The Blrd of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 2 Tuesday -Rethinklng Private Life": Residential College noon, 1524 Rackham. LesbianGay Bisexual Awareness Week brown bag talk with Jeffrey Weeks. 763-41 86 Guardian Training Session: Washtenaw County Probate Court 4 pm, 2nd door Probate Courtroom, Washtenaw County Courthouse, 101 E. Huron. Training for individuals who are interested in serving as guardians for older persons. Reserve 994-2476 "Closets ar for Clothes": UsbianGay Radio Collective 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. Call-in talk show. 763-3501 "Sax, Lies and AIDS In the 1990s": Residential College 7 pm, 126 E. Quad. Topics: The epidemiology, history and psychological ramifications of AIDS. Also, erotiazing safer sex. 763-4186 "A Dissenting View on the Etfeets of the War In the Middle East": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Former U.S. Atlorney General, Ramsey Clark discusses the death and destrucnon he witnessed in the gulf and suggests how to prevent a repeat. 769-7422 Salvador Sanabria: Latln American Solidarity Committee 8 pm, 4560 LS&A Bldg. FMLN adviser Sanabria will discuss negotiations between the El Salvadoran government and the FMLN. 665-8438 Pat Humphries: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $7.75$6.75 members. 996-8555 3rd Annual Jam: Rainforest Actlon Movement 9 pm to 2 am, Blind Pig, 208 S. First St. With The Incurables and Peat Moss & the Fungís. Proceeds to grassroots organizations in áreas where rainforest and habitat destruction is extreme, $5. 996-8555 Paul Keiler and Friends: Bird of Paradlse 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 3 Wednesday "A Dolí House": Attic Thoatr 2 & 7 pm, 7339 Third, Detroit. A woman's journey trom dollhood to self-awareness, $10-$22. 1-313-875-8284 'Massage to Relieve Tensión": LaGROC 3 pm, Room A, Mich. League. LesbianGay Bisexual Awareness Week even! with David Rosen berg. 763-4186 "Womyn's Ritas & Rhythms" 6 pm, 88.3 FM, WCBN. 763-3501 Baans and Rica: Guild House & Others 6 pm, 802 Monroe. Profits to Central America direct aid groups, $3$1 kids. 662-5189 "Pros and Cons of Inclusiva Languaga": Hurón Vallay Community Church 7:30 pm. Forlocaúon 741-1174 Workshops on Domestic Ralatlonships: LaGROC "Dealing with Confrontation," and "Domestic Lega] Issues for Gay Male and Lesbian Couples." For time & location 763-4186 Sisters of Mercy: Prism Prod. 7:30 pm, Latin Quarter, 3067 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, $17.50 advance. 668-8397 Open Stag: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $2.75$1 .75 members. 996-8555 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 4 Thursday Support Group: Gays and Lasbians, Older and Wiser (GLOW) Turner Geriatrie Clinic, 101 0 Wall. For gay males and lesbians who are aged 50 and over. Confidential. Cali lor time 764-2556 Humanistic Seder: Hillel 6 pm, 307 N. State. Celébrate Passover and freedom with a humanistic service and potluck seder. Reserve: Sunny 996-5950 Films: LaGROC 7 pm. Tongues Untied," "Kim," "Lesbian Sexuality," "This is not an AIDS ad" and "Alfalfa." For location & fee 763-4186 Meeting: LaGROC 7:15 pm, 3100 Mich. Union. 761-2962 Michigan Prison System Seminar Series: Freedom Link 7:30 pm, rm. B135, Modern Languages Bldg. Explore this state's prison system. Book donations greatly appreciated. 487-7017 "The Davil's Disciple": The Brecht Co. 8 pm, Residential College Aud., 701 E. University, $3 preview. 747-4354 "Spring Dances": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Ten choreographers present multi-media dance pieces, $97 studs. & srs. 663-0681 "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 8 pm (see 3 Wed) Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $7.75$6.75 members. 996-8555 5 Friday Blue Jeans Day: LaGROC all day. Show your support for gay men, lesbians and bisexuals by wearing denim today. 763-4186 "An Update of the Situation in Iraq": Guild House noon, 802 Monroe. Talk by Richard Cleaver. Lunch $1 . 662-5189 Solidarity Rally: LaGROC noon, Diag. LesbianGayBisexual Awareness Week event with speakers trom New Queer AGENDA, ACT-UP and LaGROC. 763-4186 Coffeebreak for Lesbian and Bisexual Wimmin: U-M LesbianGay Male Programs Office & Common Language Bookstore 4 pm, 21 4 S. Fourth Ave. Come socialize and network. 763-4186 "A Dissenting View on the Effects of the War in the Middle East": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 2 Tue) "Wanting Women": Common Language Bookstore 7 pm, 21 4 S. Fourth Ave. Readings from this erotic Lesbian poetry anthology. 763-4186 Pet Shop Boys: Prism Prod. 7 pm, Clubland, 21 15 Woodward, Detroit, $20 advance. 668-8397 "Leanna": Common Vision Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church 7:30 pm, 1917 Washtenaw, donation for refreshments. 665-6158 "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 8 pm (see 3 Wed) "The Devil's Disciple": The Brecht Co. 8 pm, $6$4 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) "Spring Dances":Performance Network 8 pm, $97 studs. & srs. (see 4 Thur) The RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $7.75$6.75 members. 996-8555 Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 763-4186 Paul Vorn hagen Qua riet: The Bird of Paradis 9:30, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. Varied recorded dance music. Okay to bring own music and acoustic nstruments. and free. Children welcome, $2. 665-791 1 6 Saturday Empowerment and Speaker Training: Women's Action for a New Direction (WAND) 9 am to 6 pm, E. Quad. Workshop empowering people to speak out about peace and disarmament, $20$15 stud. Lissa 769-6570 Argo Park Canoe Llvery Opening: Dept. of Parks & Ree. thru May 17, 9 am to 7 pm Sat & Sun only, Longshore, varying fees. 994-2778 "Organizing a Womens Spirilualily Circle" 11 am to 3 pm, $15. For location 665-5540 Religión of the Light and Sound of God: Eckankar Center of Ann Arbor noon, Performance Network Complex, Rm. 32, 410 W. Washington. Discussion about the teachings of Eckankar. 994-0766 "Flying Raptors" Benefit: Friends of Wildlifo 1 pm children's show, 6:30 pm champagne reception & 8 pm evening show, Michigan Theatre, 603 E. Liberty. Naturalist Walter Crawford, Jr. brings a golden eagle, falcons, hawks, and owls to town to benefit local orphaned and injured wildlife. $3 child. show$25 reception$8 eve. show. 662-5545 "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 5 & 9 pm (see 3 Wed) Savador Sanabria vs. James Bruno: Committee Against Military Aid to El Salvador & Others 7:30 pm, St. Peter's Church, Trumball at Mich. Ave., Detroit. Panel discussion with Sanabria, an FDRFMLN adviser and participant at the last round of U.N.-sponsored talks, and Bruno, Detroit's Salvadoran Honorary Consul since 1983. 1-313-963-3342 Pat Donohue: The Ark 7:30 & 10 pm 637-12 S. Main, $9.75 tickets. 996-8555 "The Devil's Disciple": The Brecht Co. 8 pm, $6$4 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) "Spring Dances":Performance Network 8 pm, $97 studs. & srs. (see 4 Thur) Lunar Octet: Polo Club 8 pm, 610 Hilton Blvd. 761-7800 "Sherman's March": Hill Street Cinema 8:15 & 1 1 pm, 1429 Hill. A timely study of human relationships in an era of nuclear nervousness, $2.50. 769-0500 Dance: E. Quad Social Group 9 pm, South Cafetería, E. Quad. LesbianGayBisexual Awareness Week party. 763-4186 Paul Vornhagen Quartet: The Bird of Paradise 9:30, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 7 Sunday Brunch with Harvey Reed: Bird of Paradis 1 1 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-831 0 "The Devil's Disciple ": Th Brecht Co. 1 pm, $5$3 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) Gay Rap: Lesbia n and Gay Mal Programs Office 1 to 3 pm. For location 763-4186 "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 2 & 7 pm (see 3 Wed) "Spring Dances": Performance Network, 6:30 pm, $97 studs. & srs. (see 4 Thur) Kat Clinton: Th Ark 7 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $1 1 .50 tickets. 996-8555 "Half the Kingdom": Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Video documentan profiling seven women as Jews and as women. ProducerDirector Francine Zuckerman will discuss the film. 769-0500 Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA 7:30 pm, First Congregational Church, 118 N. Adams, downstairs. 484-0456 Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian Alanon 7:30 pm, First Congregational Church, 118 N. Adams, upstairs. 484-0456 8 Monday "Middl East Perspectivas" 6:30 pm (see 4 Mon) "Anti-Semitism and White Supremacy: Positiva Responsos to Hate Groups": Students Fighting Anti-Semitism 7:30 pm, Hillel. 1429 Hill. Daniel Levitas directs the Center for Democratie Renewal in Atlanta. The CDR brings together different - and often differing - constituendes to end bigoted violence and white supremacist organizing efforts. 769-0500 Winter Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 1 Mon) The Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Blrd of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 9 Tuesday "Peyote and Religious Freedom": Native American Law Students & Others 4 pm, Rm. 100, Hutchins Hall. A panel discussion of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The Act is designed to counter the recent Supreme Court ruling that Native Americans fired for partidpating n a religious rite have no First Amendment protection of their religious freedom. 769-0500 "Closets are for Clothes": LesbianGay Radio Collectiva 6 pm (see 2 Tue) Human Rights in Burma: Amnesty International 7 pm, Wolvenne Rm., Mich. Union. The current human rights situation in Burma will be discussed. 995-3479 "The Folgers Coffee Boycott: Howto Have Fun and Work for Justice": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Fred Ross of Neighbor-toNeighbor describes the creative strategies that have successfully put pressure on the Salvadoran government to stop torturing its people. 769-7422 6th Annual Feminist Achievement Awards Dinner: Ann Arbor-Washtenaw County National Organization for Women (NOW) 6 pm, Gollywobbler, 3750 Washtenaw. Honorees are Elise Bryant, Libby Davenport and Lucy Parker, $25. Pre-reserve 995-5494 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Michigan Union, check room # at desk. Activities to protect human rights and free prisoners of conscience around the world. 761-1628 Arcady: The Ark 7:30 & 1 0 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $10.75$9.75 members. 996-8555 Paul Keiler and Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm. 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 10 Wednesday Anti-discrimination Rally: Gay Mal and Lesbian Programs Office noon, U-M Diag. A national day of protest against the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) policy of discriminaron on the basis of sexual orientadon. We will also be protestíng the U-M's complicity in sponsoring ROTC's presence on campus. Wear pink mangles! 763-4186 "A Dolí House": Attic Thaatr 2 & 7 pm (see 3 Wed) "Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 3 Wed) Beans and Rica: Guild House 6 pm (see 3 Wed) Mask-Making Workshop: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, The Scrap Box, 521 State Circle, $2 materials fee. Lin 677-3675 "The Seven Deadly Sins in Applying for Law School and How to Avoid Them": Excel Test Preparation 7:30 pm, Anderson Rm., Mich. League. 996-1500 Open Forum: Huron Valley Community Church 7:30 pm. 741-1174 Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $2.75$1 .75 members. 996-8555 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 11 Thursday Meeting: LaGROC 7:15 pm (see 4 Thur) "Teach-ln on AIDS in Michigan": AIDS Coalition 7 pm, Anderson Room, Mich. Union. Workshops include: AIDS in A2, Women & AIDS, AIDS 101, and the Cultural Implications of AIDS. Patrice 665-1797 Journey Women: Guild House 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Women and spirituality group. 662-5189 Michigan Prison System Seminar Series: Freedom Link 7:30 pm (see 4 Thur) "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Mich. League, $7.50-$10. 763-1085 Peter Ostroushko: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $9.75$8.75 members. 996-8555 "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 8 pm (see 3 Wed) "The Devil's Disciple": The Bracht Co. 8 pm, $5$3 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) A Night at the Nectarina: Hillel Social Committee 9 pm, Nectarino Ballroom, 510 E. Liberty. Dance, nosh, and meet people. For fee 769-0500 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 12Friday "Sexuality": Guild House noon, 802 Monroe. With Sylvia Hacker. Lunch $1 . 662-5189 "The Folgers Coffee Boycott: How to Have Fun and Work for Justice: Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 9 Tue) Meeting: Washtenaw Citizens for Animal Rights 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 665-2480 "Songs from Psychology": Jewish Law Students Union 7:30 pm, Lawyers' Club Lounge, Law Ouad. Veggie Shabbat potluck with Drew Westen on his doublé life as psychology prof. and satirical songwriter ("Oy to be a Goy on Christmas"). 769-0500 Front 242: Prism Prod. 730 pm, Latin Quarter, 3067 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, $16.50 advance. 668-8397 Mike Levin: Ann Arbor Friends of Yesh G'vul 8 pm, Temple Beth Emet, 2309 Packard. Levin is an Israeli army reservist who was jailed in 1984 for refusing to serve in Lebanon. He and other members of Yesh GVul refuse to serve in the occupied territories and in detention camps holding Palestinians. 662-5970 "A Doll House": Attlc Theatre 8 pm (see 3 Wed) "The Devil's Disciple": The Brecht Co. 8 pm, $6$4 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) The RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $7.75$6.75 members. 996-8555 "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 8 pm (see 11 Thur) The Detroit All Star Reunión Jazz Band : THe Bird of Paradise 9:30, 207 S. Ashley, $5.662-8310 13Saturday 3rd Annual Symbolic Bake Sale: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 10 am to 3:30 pm, Federal Bldg. Fifty percent of our taxes go to destroying life. "Wouldn't it be a great day if the schools had the money they needed and the Pentagon had to hold a bake sale to build a bomberr 483-0058 Skateboard Ramp Opening: Dept. of Parks & Ree. noon to 7 pm (Sat & Sun ), 3 to 7 pm (M-F), Veterans Sport's Complex, 21 50 Jackson Rd, $2.50$1 .50 youth. 761-7240 Eckankar: Religión of the Light and Sound of God: Eckankar Center of Ann Arbor noon (see 6 Sat) "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 2 & 8 pm (see 1 1 Thur) "A Doll House": Attic Theatre 5 & 9 pm (see 3 Wed) Opening Reception: Farrington-Keith National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition: Farrington-Keith Creative Arts Center 7 pm, 8099 Main St., Dexter. With a live dance performance by dancerchoreographer Jessica Fogel of the U-M dance faculty. 426-0236 Happy Mondays and Bootsauce: Prism Prod. 7:30 pm, Latin Quarter, 3067 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit, $14.50 advance. 668-8397 Brad Feit Quartet: Polo Club 8 pm, 610 Hilton Blvd. 761-7800 "Love Letters": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 603 E. Liberty. The story of a tender correspondance which begins with Valentines and continúes for 50 years, $26.50$24.50 members. 668-8397 "The Devil's Disciple": The Bracht Co. 8 pm, $6$4 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) "My Dinner with Andre": Hill Street Cinema 8:15 & 11:15 pm, 1429 Hill. Vivid, provocativo conversation on film, $2.50. 769-0500 Havdalah Service: Reform Havura 8:45pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Service followed by a song session and hayride. Please sign up by April 4. For fee: Valerie 764-0053 The Detroit All Star Reunión Jazz Band: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 14 Sunday Brunch with Harvey Reed: Bird of Paradise 1 1 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 "The Devil's Disciple": The Brecht Co. 1 pm, $5$3 stud. & srs. (see 4 Thur) "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 2 pm (see 1 1 Thur) "A Doll House": Attic Theatra 2 & 7 pm (see 3 Wed) Meeting: Women's Actlon for a New Direction (WAND) 7:30 pm, St. Aidan's Northside Church, 1679 Broadway. 761-1817 Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLosbian AA 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm to 1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 15 Monday April Issue Deadline for Calendar & Community Resource Directory: AGENDA by 5 pm, 202 E. Washington #512, 48104. 996-8018 "Middle East Perspectivas" 6:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Winter Writers Series: Guitd House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 1 Mon) Th Bird of Paradis Orchastra: Bird of Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 16Tuesday "Walking the Huron River from Hudson Mills to Balleville": U-M Arts & Programming thru May 10, all day, Mich. Union Art Lounge. The photography of Rodeny Roberts. 764-6498 "Closets are for Clothes":LesbianGay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 2 Tue) Public Forum on the Future of Local Creeks and Adjacent Lands: Ann Arbor Area Creek Management Project 7 pm, Pittsfield Township Hall, 701 W. Ellsworth. Tonighfs forum is part of a study by School of Natural Resources grad. students to investígate public attitudes and reactions to potential approaches to protecting creeks in a six township area while accomodating economie and residential development. 936-3890 Grassroots Protest Organizing: ACORN 7 pm, Baker-Mandela Center, Rm. 3, E. Engineering. Marcy (202) 547-9292 "Nicaragua: Now More Than Ever": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. The New Year's '91 Sister City Delegation discusses their experiences: at a camp in Juigalpa for disabled contras, at a Catholic parish opposed to the building of the Managua cathedral, and at Ann Arbor's three sister churches where projects are underway to help the people survive these very difficult times. 769-7422 Capercaillie: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $10.7519.75 members. 996-8555 Paul Keiler and Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 17 Wednesday Beans and Rice: Guild House 6 pm (see 3 Wed) First Aid and CPR for Pets: Humane Society of Huron Valley 7 pm, Scarlett Middle School. Annette Walker, DVM, will provide information and demonstrations on how to administer first aid and CPR to your pets, $2 don. 662-5545 Public Forum: Ann Arbor City Planning Commission 7 pm, Terrace Ballroom, Regency Campus Inn, 615 E. Huron. Get introduced to the central city planning process and give input through structured solidtation and round table discussions. Task torces will be formed. 994-2800 "Longtime Companion": Huron Valley Community Church 7:30 pm. View and discuss the film. For location 741-1 174 "The CIA, Central America, the Gulf War and American Democracy": Latín American Solida rity Committee 8 pm, room 3, Modern Language Bldg. With ex-CIA agent, whistle-blower Philip Agee, $3. 936-3713 Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $2.75$1 .75 members. 996-8555 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 18Thursday Meeting: LaGROC 7:15 pm (see 4 Thur) "Middle East Peace Possiblitles and Problems": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, Honigman Aud., Hutchins Hall. A talk by Fr. Elias Chacour, the first Palestinian to earn a degree from the Hebrew University in Israel. 663-1870 "The Dancing Turtle Prayer Circle": Guild House 7:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-51 89 Michigan Príson System Seminar Series: Fraedom Link 7:30 pm (see 4 Thur) "Happy Days": Performance NetworK 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. A probing, poetic Samuel Beckett play studying the tenuous relationships that bind one person to another, $97 studs. & srs. 663-0681 "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 8 pm (see 1 1 Thur) Torn Lewis: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $8.75$7.75 members. 996-8555 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 19 Friday "Discriminaron in the Military Based on Sexual Orientation in Light of the Curre nt Popularity of Supporting the Military Complex": Guild House noon, 802 Monroe. With Billie Edwards and Jim Toy. Lunch $1 . 662-5189 Coffeebreak for Lesbians and Bisexual Wimmin: Common Language Bookstore 4 pm (see 5 Fri) "Nicaragua: Now More Than Ever": Peace InSIght 6:05 pm (see 16 Tue) Bela Fleck & the Flecktones: The Ark 7:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $1 1 .25 tickets. 996-8555 Candlelight Vigil: Washtenaw Citizens for Animal Rights 8 pm, Federal Bldg. Vigil to commemorate the millions of animáis who die n biomedical research in the U.S. each year. 665-2480 " A Personal History of the American Theater": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Spalding Gray sheds comic insight on the traumas and travails of living and creating in the modern world, $15.50$13.50 members. 668-8397 "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 8 pm (see 1 1 Thur) "Happy Days": Performance Network 8pm(see 18 Thur) Gay Men's Coffee House: "Brothers" 9 pm (see 5 Fri) Sheila Landis & Her Quartet: The Bird of Pardise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm (see 5 Fri) 20 Saturday Widlife Rehabilitaron Workshop: The Humane Society of Huron Valley 9 am to 4 pm, Washtenaw Community College. Workshop to learn how to foster, rehabilítate, and release area wildlife, $20. 662-5545 Spring Craft Sale: SERRV 10 am to 1 pm, Zion Lutheran Church (tower entrance), 1501 W. Liberty. Sale of baskets, weavings, jewelry and more to benefit Third World artisans. 663-0362 "Maintaining a Women's Spirituality Circle" 11 am to 3 pm, $15. 665-5540 Eckankar : Religión of the Light and Sound of God: Eckankar Center of Ann Arbor noon (see 6 Sat) "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 2 & 8 pm (see 11 Thur) Sweat Lodge: Creation Spirituality 7 pm, Botsford Recreational Preserve, 3015 Miller Rd. With Cristino Pérez, a Mexican Aztec Sun Dancer. Bring a towel, $1-$2 land-use fee. Lin 677-3675 12th Annual Taks Back the Night Rally and March: Ann Arbor Coalition Against Rape 7:30 pm, Federal Building. Come take a stand against sexual assault and violence. The March is for women only with a supporters rally for men. 763-2787 Wheelchair 9-Ball Tournament: Billiards and Games Room 7:30 pm, 2nd floor, Mich. Union, $6. 764-6498 Patty Larkin: The Ark 7:30 & 10 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $9.75 tickets. 996-8555 Jerry Sawicki & the Murphys: Polo Club 8 pm, 610 HiltonBIvd. 761-7800 "Happy Days": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 8 Thur) Sheila Landis & Her Quartet:The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 21 Sunday The Bike Expo Ride: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 8 am lo noon start, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. With 3 loop routes to choose f rom, $7$4 youths before 45 and $10$5 youths after. 994-1163 Celebration of Spring: Dept. of Parks & Ree. 8 am to 4 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Bike workshops, displays and sales. Also farm house tours, oxen and wagon rides and a lumberjack festival. 994-2780 Spring Cratt Sale: SERRV 8:30 am to noon (see 20 Sat) Earth Day Celebration: Creatfon Spirituality 10 am, Bird Huls (N. of Miller off Newport). Bring instruments. John 665-7291 Brunch with Harvey Reed: Bird of Paradise 1 1 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. 763-4186 Granito Line Writers Poetry Reading: Frelght House Cafe 2 pm, Cross at River, Ypsi. With poets Larry Thomas and Karen Malofy, $3. 663-0546 "H.M.S. Pinafore": U-M Gilbert and Sullivan Society 2 pm (see 11 Thur) "Happy Days": Performance Network 6:30 pm (see 18 Thur) Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Vincent York and the New York Force: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $10.75$9.75 members. 996-8555 Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm to 1:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 22 Monday "Mlddle East Perspectives" 6:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Anniversary Potluck: Hurón Regional Alliance 6:30 pm, UAW Local 898, 8975 Textile Rd„ Ypsilanti. A party to celébrate our 1-year-anniversary and the 21 st birthday of Earth Day. 663-0003 Winter Writers Series: Guild House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 1 Mon) The Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 23 Tuesday "Closets are for Clothes": LasbianGay Radio Collective 6 pm (see 2 Tue) "Monitorlng the Media": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Prof. Nabeel Abraham shows slides of newspaper and magazine coverage of the Gulf war, exposing the media's tactics for manipulating public opinión. 769-7422 Fred Small: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $8.50 $7.50 members. 996-8555 Only a Mother: Performance Network 8:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. New Avant Folk Garde Rock Mu sic band, $7. 663-0681 Paul Keiler and Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 24 Wednesday " Womyn's Rites and Rhythms" 6 pm (see 3 Wed) Beans and Rice: Guild House 6 pm (see 3 Wed) "U.S. Militarism: Who is Next?": American Friend's Service Committee 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Jay Hathaway, Vietnam vet and anti-war activist will speak on how the "drug war" is being used as a cover for U.S. military intervention in Latin America. 761-8283 "Factions Within the Lesbian & Gay Community": Huron Valley Community Church 7:30 pm. For location 741-1174 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 25 Thursday Meeting: LaGROC 7:15 pm (see 4 Thur) Michigan Prison System Seminar Series: Freedom Link 7:30 pm (see 4 Thur) Two Nice Girls: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $10$9 members. 996-8555 "Happy Days": Performance Network 8 pm(see18Thur) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 26 Friday "Monitoring the Media": Peace InSight 6:05 pm (see 26Tue) Christine Lavin: The Ark 7:30 & 10 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $1 0.75$9.75 members. 996-8555 "Happy Days": Performa nee Network 8 pm (see 1 8 Thur) Mark Hynes-Paul Finkbeiner Quintet: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 27 Saturday Spring Clean-Up: Dept. of Parks & Ree. Downtown area. For time and location 994-2780 "Chants: A Women's Spirituality Workshop" 1 1 am to 3 pm, $15. For location 665-5540 Eckankar: Religión of the Light and Sound of God: Eckankar Center of Ann Arbor noon (see 6 Sat) Annual Banquet: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 6 pm social hour, 7 pm dinner, Unitarian Universalist Church, 191 7 Washtenaw. Our purpose this year is to rejuvenate and rededicate ourselves to the cause of peace and justice. International menu, folk music, $10 adults. Reserve 971-4702 Maríetta Baylis & the Murphys: Polo Club 8 pm, 610 Hilton Blvd. Progressive jazz. 761-7800 "Happy Days":Performanre Network 8 pm (see 1 SThur) Mark Hynes-Paul Finkbeiner Quinlet: Tho Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 28 Sunday Brunch with Harvey Reed: Bird of Paradise 1 1 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 Spring Festival: Project Grow noon to 4:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Composöng and gardening workshops, an energy exhibit and a beekeeping demo. For kids, storytelling, games and a hay jump. 996-3169 Gemini: The Ark 1 & 3 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $5 tickets. 996-8555 "Pinocchio": Michigan Theater 1:30 pm, 603 E. Liberty. The adventures of the willful puppet with a lite and mind of his own performed with rod marionettes by the Center for Puppetry Arts, $8.50$6.50 members. 668-8397 "Happy Days":Pertormance Network 6:30 pm (see 18Thur) David Bromberg: The Ark 7 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $12.50 tickets. 996-8555 Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Sun) Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm to 1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 29 Monday Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation 8:45 pm (see 1 Mon) The Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $2. 662-8310 30 Tuesday "Closets are for Clothes": LesbianGay Radio Collactive 6 pm (see 2 Tue) "Stop U.S. War- From the Middle East to El Salvador": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Amoldo Ramos describes U.S. involvement n military repression of the Salvadoran people. 769-7422 John Gorka: The Ark 1 & 3 pm, 637-12 S. Main. 996-8555 Paul Keiler and Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310

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