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To publiclze November Calendar events, send formatted listlngs by October 15 to AGENDA, 202 E. Washington #512, Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. Usttngs for mora than flve events must be sant to AGENDA on Macintosh dlsc. Send SASE If you want your dlsc retumed. FORMAT- Your name and phone. Date. Event, sponsor, time, and place. One or two sentence descrlptlon, fee. Phone number Unless otherwlse noted, all events listed In the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locatlons are In Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Tuesday "Berlín: November 1969" Photo Exhlbit: U-M Arts & Programmlng thru 4 Oct., Mich. Union Art Lounge. 764-6498 "I See America Dancing": U-M Museum of Art thru 10 Nov., 525 S. State. Images of the dance by photographer Barbara Morgan. 764-6498 ArtBreak:U-M Museum of Art 12:10 pm, 525 S. State. Twenty-minute tour of exhibitions and special objects. 747-2067 "Recycling Fun and Games": The Ecology Center 4 to 5:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Workshop for grades 1-3. Snack provided, $3 per session or $8 for all three sessions (also 8 & 15). Register 994-2780 Freedom on the River Rowlng Program: Dept. of Parits & Ree. M-F, 5 to 7:45 pm, Argo Park üvery, 1055 Longshore. Water recreation for the mobility impaired, $10 for 6 sessions. 662-9319 "Closets are for Clothes": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM. News, announcements, interviews & commentary for the Lesbian, Gay & Bi communities. 763-3500 Womyn's Rites & Rhythms": WCBN-FM 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM. 763-3500 "Uvlng Envlronmentally":Communlty Educatlon Program 7 to 8:30 pm , Slauson School, 1019 W. Washington. At each of four sessions, an Ecology Center staffer will focus on adifferentaspectof environmental living (also 8, 15, & 22). Register 994-2300 "Brlgadlsta" (Act 1): Peace InSIght 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Multi-media play about a young woman's journey to Nicaragua in the DOs. 769-7422 Support Group: Adult Daughters of Alcohollcs & Other Trauma 7:30 pm, 3200 Mich. Union, 530 S. State. 763-4186 Hunter Davls: Schoolkids Free Concert Series 8 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main. 761-1451 Paul KellerCary Kocher Quartet: Bird of Ptradls 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 2 Wednesday Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon, 312 S. División. Topic TBA, $1. 994-4898 ArtVIdeo: U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Degas: The Unquiet Spirit." 747-0521 Beans and Rice Dlnner: Gulld House 6 pm, 802 Monroe. Supper witti others who are interested in peace and social justice issues, particuiarly in Central America, $3$1 kids. 662-5189 "Uvlng Poets": WCBN 6 pm, 88.3 FM,. Interviews & readings. 763-3500 Meeting: Lesbians' & Gay Men's Adult Chlldren of Alcoholica 7 pm, St. Andrew's Episcopal, 306 N. División. 763-4186 Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 7 pm, entrance to Gallup Park, Fuller at Huron Pkwy (across from Huron High School). 484-1287 Open Stage: The Ark 7:30 pm, 637 S. Main, fee. 761-1451 Meeting: Latln American Solldarlty Commlttee 8 pm, Mich. Union. Ask for room # at informaöon desk. 665-8438. "Ánsar": Palestino Aid Society 8 pm, Towsley Theater, Washtenaw Community College. Banned by Israeli censors in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, this play portrays Palestinian life in an Israeli prison camp, Ansar 3. It is based upon personal experience and performed by Al-Masrah, a Palestinian theater troupe, $12.50$10 students. 741-1 113 "The Burled Mirror: Reflectlons on the Culture of Spain and the New World": Híspanle Heritage Celebration 1991 8 pm, Rackham Aud. With distinguished Latin American novelist Carlos Fuentes. 763-9044 Social Group for Lesbians, Blsexuals, & Gay Men: East QuadRC Social Group 9 to 1 1 pm, East Quad, 701 E. University. 764-1673 Ron Brooks Tilo: Blrd ot Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 3 Thursday Art Talk: U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Roman and Earty Christian Art" with Nan Plummer. 764-0395 Meeting: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Law Students Association 5 pm. For location 998-6136 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 to 7 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Help exposé myths about homelessness and confront businesses and politicians who contribute to existing poverty and homelessness. 996-1788 "Second Opinión": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM. Interviews, with host Irwin Knoll, editor of The Progressive. 763-3500 El Mundo Latino": WCBN-FM 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM. News, announcements, interviews & commentary focused on Latin America. 763-3500 Central American Night: Híspanle Herltage Ceiebration 1991 7 pm, Residenüal College Aud., E. Quad. First, focus on El Salvador with Teresa and Ernesto Mariona, and Pilar Celaya on "Salvadoran Refugees in the United States." At 8 pm, Dr. Omar Cabezas, novelist and Rep. of the Sandinista Front to the National Assembly of Nicaragua will speak. 763-9044 Support Group: The Domestlc Violence Pro)ectSAFE House 7 to 8:30 pm, 2301 Platt For women who are or have been in an abusive relationship. Free childcare. 973-0242 Meeting: Gays & Lesbiana Older & Wiser (GLOW) 7 pm, Turner Geriatrie Services, 1010 Wall. 763-4186 Meeting: ACT-UPAnn Arbor 730 pm, Mich. Union 662-6282 "70, Glris, 70": Performance Network & Robeena Productions 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Performed almost entirely by senior citizens, the story revolves around a plan, by a senior group, to heist furs in order to buy the run down NYC hotel they live in and open it up to aging homeless persons, $9$7 studs & srs. 663-0681 "Late Summer Blues": HUI Street Cinema 8 & 10 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradis 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 4 Friday "The Peace Process: Behind the Rhetorlc": Guild House Friday Forum noon, 802 Monroe. With Mark Buchan, Palestinian Solidarity Committee member, and recent visitor to the occupied territories. Discussion to follow. lunch $1 . 662-5189 Lesbian & Bisexual Womyn's Potluck: Common Language BooKstoro & Lesbian Programs Office 6 to 8 pm, 21 4 S. 4th Ave. Get a chance to socializel Bring a dish; (no cooking facilities). 763-4186 "Grey Marters": WCBN 6 pm, 88.3 FM. Focus on the news media. 763-3500 "Brlgadista" (Act 1): Peace InSIght 6:05 pm (see 1 Tue) "Community & Culture": WCBN 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Folkloric Mexican Muslc and Dance: Híspanle Herltage Celebration 1991 7 pm, Pendleton Rm., Mich. Union. 763-9044 Jewish Feminist Group: Hlllel 7 pm, 1429 Hill. Special women's minyan ceiebrating Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh Heshvan in a creativo service that will explore women's relationship to Judaism. 769-0500 Meetings: Lesblans, Gay Men, & Blsexuals' Alcohollcs Anonymous & Alanon 7:30 pm, St. Andrew's Episcopal, 306 N. División. 763-4186 "Dancing on the Edge": Jazz Dance Theater 8 pm, Power Center. Bil! De Young will premier his new piece "Heartbreak Angels" to music by Melissa Etheridge, $1 2.50S1 0 $5 studs & child 1 2 and under. 995-4242 "70, Glrls, 70": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Oasis: The Blrd of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. With Stephanie & Cliff Monear, $5. 662-8310 Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm, People Dancing Studio, 111 Third St. Varied recorded dance music. Okay to bring own music and acoustic nstruments. Smokeand free. Children welcome, $2. 665-7911 5 Saturday Schiele and Klimt Drawlngs: U-M Museum of Art thru 22 Dec., 525 S. State. A local art appreciator's collection of Austrian expressionist master drawings. 764-6498 Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 9 am (see 2 Wed) Open House: Michigan Water Pollutlon Control Associatlon 1 to 3 pm, Wastewater Treatment Plant, 49 S. Dixboro Rd. Part of Michigan's 8th Annual Water Quality Awareness Week. Tours of the plant, which treats 18.5 million gallons of wastewater a day, are at 1 :1 5 pm and 2:1 5 pm. 994-281 1 "From Procreatlon to Recreatlon": Conference on the Cultural Construction of Sexual Ity thru 6 Sun, 6:30 pm, Rackham & Modern Langu ages Bldg. Keynotes, panels, workshops. 769-4241 "Our Names Are...": Detrolt's James Baldwln-Pat Parker Society 7 pm, International Instituto, 1 1 1 E. Kirby, Detroit. Poetry, dramatic readings, music, dance and more, $8.763-4186 Meeting: Sober Sisters, An Alcoholica Anonymous Group for Lesbians & Bisexual Women 7 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 214 S. 4th Ave. 763-4186, 663-0036 The Changlng World Polltical Situatlon and the Nlcaraguan Revolutlon": Latin American Solldarity Commlttee 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. Informal talk and discussion with Dr. Omar Cabezas Lacayo who currently serves in the Nicaraguan National Assembly as Sandinista Front Representative from León. A vocal cntic of the Somoza dictatorship and FSLN guerrilla veteran, Cabezas based nis acclaimed book "Fire From the Mountain" on his experiences. 665-8438 Buddy Guy: Prism Productions 8 pm, Majesüc Tneatre, 4120 Woodward, Detroit. "The best guitar player alive"- Eric Clapton, $12.50 ad vanee MUSIC "70, Girls, 70": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) "Dancing on the Edge": Jazz Dance Theater 8 pm (see 4 Fri) Drum Clrcle: Gulld House 8 pm. 802 Monroe. Instruments provided or bring yourown. 662-5189 "Lat Summer Bluea": HUI Street Cinema 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see3Thu) Nlght Rlght: Polo Club 9 pm to 1 am, 610 Hilton Blvd. Live reggae roots and soul music. 761-7800 Oasis: Th Blrd of Paradis 9:30 pm (see 4 Fri) 6 Sunday Harvy RMd: Blrd of Paradi 1 1 am, 207 S. Ashley. Jazzy brunch! 662-8310 "Brigadltta" (Act 1): Pac InSIght 1 .05 pm (see 1 Tue) Sunday Tour: U-M Museum of Art 2 pm, lobby, 525 S. State. Hour tour of major exhibitions. 764-0395 Support Group: Adult Daughtan of Alcoholica & Other Trauma 7:30 pm, 3200 Mich. Union. 763-4186 "Special Minlatry to Gay Men & Lesblan": Huron Vallay Communtty Church 2 pm services, 3 pm social hour. Glacier Way United Methodist Church, 1001 Green Road. 741-1174 Kitten and Cat Training & Car Clinle: Th Human Society of Huron Vallay 2 to 4:30 pm, Ann Arbor Dog Training Club, 1575 E. N. Territorial Rd. Introducing a new cat to the household, grooming, discipline, preventative health care, and nutritional needs. Do not bring your cat, $2children under 12 free 662-5545 "70, Glrl, 70": Performance Network 2 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Dawntreader 3 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Mental health consumere and advocacy group. 662-51 89 U-M Communtty Euchariit: Canterbury House 5 pm, Sr Andrew's Church, 306 N. División. An informal celebration of the Holy Eucharist for the U-M comm unity. Supper held next door at Canterbury House following service. 665-0606 Swim Practlc: A2QUA (Ann Arbor Oueer Aquatics) 5 pm, Central Campus Recreaïon Bldg., 401 Washtenaw Place. Cali for guest pass. 665-8063 Meeting: Huron Valley Green 6 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. An organizaron for people seeking radical synthesis of environmental and social change movements. 662-5189 Weekly Run for Lesbiana & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runner 6 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Lssblans', Gay Men', & Bisexual' Alcoholics Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm, First Congregaöonal Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsilanti. 763-4186 Mtlngs: Ypsilanti Gay MalLablan AA and Alanon 730 pm, First Congregational Church, 118N. Adams, AA downstairs, Alanon upstairs. 484-0456 lrall Dancing: Hlllel 8 to 10 pm, 1429 Hill. Instruction followed by open dancing. Beginners and advanced welcome, $2. 769-0500 Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Blrd of Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. 662-8310 7 Monday Postry Readings: Híspanle Herttage Celebration 1991 3 pm, Henderson Rm., Mich. League. With Gloría Anzaldua, renowned Chicana leminist wríter. 763-9044 No Turning Back Wonwn's Raproductlv Froedom Rally: Detroit ACLU & Others 4:30 pm, McNamara Building (Michigan at Cass), Detroit "In These Statet": WCBN-FM 6 pm, WCBN, 88.3 FM. Focus on domestic issues. 763-3500 "Midaatt Perspectlve": WCBN-FM 630 pm, WCBN, 88.3 FM. Focus on the Middle East 763-3500 Comprehensivo Houslng Affordability Stratagy (CHAS) Public Meeting: City of A2 7 pm, City Hall. Meeting to solicit public input on what community housing needs are, and how federal and state housing money should be spent Comments will be incorporated into the 5-year CHAS plan. A draft of the CHAS is on reserve at the Ann Arbor Public Library. 994-2912 Lesblan Health Series: Lesbian Program Office 7 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 214 S. 4th Ave. 763-4186 David Sosnowskl and Shaarazetta Natelege: Gulld House Writers Series 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open Houta for Lesblans & Gay Man: Gay Liberation Front 8:45 pm, Canterbury House, 218 N. División. 763-4186 8 Tuesday ArtBraak: U-M Musaum of Art 12:10 pm (see 1 Tue) "Recycling Fun and Games": The Ecology Cantar 4 pm (see 1 Tue) "Closets ara for Clothes": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) Womyn's Rita & Rhythmt": WCBN-FM 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) "Living Environmantally": Community Education Program 7 pm (see 1 Tue) "Brlgadista" (Act 2): Peace InSfght 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Finale of multi-media play about a young woman's journey to Nicaragua in the '90s. 769-7422 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 730 pm, Mich. Union, check room # at desk. Activities to protect human rights and free prisoners of conscience around the world. 761-3639 Meeting: Washtenaw Citizen for Animal Rights 730 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 665-2480 Meeting: Lesblans' & Gay Man' Rights Organlzing Committee 730 pm, 3100 Mich. Union. 761-2627 Support Group: Adult Daughter of Alcoholics & Other Trauma 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) "Legal and PolKlcal Perspectivas on Puerto Rico' Colonial Status": Híspanle Herltage Celebration 1991 8 pm, 150 Hutchins Hall, U-M Law School. With Dr. Rubén Barrios Martínez, Prof. of Law, Univ. of Puerto Rico. 763-9044 The Mad Hatters Educational Theater: HUM 8 pm, Irwin Green Aud., 1429 Hill. Dramas which depict the liyes of people with mental, emotional, physical or sensorial mpairments. 760-0500 Paul KellerCaty Kocher Quartet: Blrd of Paradlse 930 pm (see 1 fue) 9 Wednesday ArtVideo: U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Velasquez & Rembrandt" 747-0521 Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 2 Wed) Beans and Rice Dlnner: Gulld House 6 pm (see 2 Wed) "LMng Poets": WCBN-FM 6 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Student Organlzation United for Peace 730 pm, Pray-Harroli EMU. 482-2797 Open Stage: The Ark 7:30 pm, 637 S. Main. 761-1451 Meeting: Lesblans' & Gay Men's Adult Children of Alcohollcs 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runners 7 pm (see 2 Wed) International Folkdanclng: U-M Folkdancing Club 730-1030 pm, Angelí School Aud., 1608 S. University. Line and circle dances from the Balkans, Europe and the Middle East. Earthy music, good exercise; no partner necessary. 663-3885 Meeting: Latln American Solidartty Committee 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Social Group for Lesbians, Bisexuals, & Gay Men: East QuadRC Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Blrd of Paradise 930 pm (see 2 Wed) 10Thursday ArtTalk: U-M Museum of Art noon to 1 pm, AV room, 525 S. State. "Romanesque and Gothic ArL" 764-0395 "Latino Contributlons to Psychology": Híspanle Herftage Celebratlon 1991 4 pm, E. Conference Rm., Rackham. With Ramón Garza, of Univ. of Texas-San Antonio. 763-9044 Meeting: Lesblan, Gay, Bisexual Law Student Associatlon 5 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Ad Ion Committee 530 pm (see 3 Thu) "Second Opinión": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 3 Thu) El Mundo Latino": WCBN-88.3 FM 6:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Support Group: The Domestic Vlolence ProJectSAFE House 7 pm (see 3 Thu) Joumey Women: Guild House 730 pm, 802 Monroe. Women's spirituality group. 662-5189 Meeting: ACT-UPAnn Arbor 730 pm (see 3 Thu) "M ASH": Hill Straat Cinema 8 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 "70, Glrls, 70": Perl. Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Ron Brook Trio: Blrd of Paradise 9.-30 pm (see 2 Wed) "Th. Wall": HUI Straat Cinema 10 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 11 Friday "Th 500th Annlversary of Columbus": Gulld House Friday Forum noon, 802 Monroe. With John Powell of CarribeanAfrican Dialogue. Optional lunch, $1. 662-5189 "Grey Matter": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 4 Fri) "Brlgadlsta" (Act 2): Peace InSIght 605 pm (see 1 Tue) "Communlty & Cultura": WCBN-F 88.3 M 6:30 p,m (see 4 Fri) Lasblan'i & Gay Men' Prlde-Awareness-Commitment Week: National Coming Out Day Rally & March 7 pm, Rackham Bldg. front steps, 915 E. Washington. 763-4186 Gradt & Young Professional Veggla Shabbat Potluck: Jewish Law Student Union 730 pm, Lawyer's Club, Law Quad. 769-0500 Meetings: Lasbians', Gay Men, and Bisexual' Alcoholice Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm (see 4 Fri) "70, Girls, 70": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Nirvana: Prism Production 8 pm, St. Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit All ages show, $8.50 advance. 99-MUSIC. Bill Held Trio: The Blrd of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Lesbiant' & Gay Men' PAC Week: Celebration Danca 10 pm, N. Campus Commons, Bonisteel at Murfin. Sliding scale donation. 763-4186 12Saturday Frea Puerto Rico March: Puerto Rican National Liberation Movernent all day, Washington, D.C. "499 Years of Colonialism n the Western Hemisphere is Long Enoughl" 763-3241 Landflll Walking Tour and Recycle Ann Arbor Processing Facility Open Housa: City of Ann Arbor & RAA 9, 9:45 and 10:15 am (RAA tours), 9:45 am (landfill walking tour). Meet at Swift Run Park. Wear hiking boots. 994-2807 Waakly Run for Lasbians & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runners 9 am (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Sober Sister 7 pm (see 5 Sat) "The Power of Myth": Open Archas 730 pm, InterCooperative Education Ctr., 1522 Hill. Joseph Campbell video hosted by Bill Moyers (for PBS). 665-3522 "70, Girls, 70": Performance Network 8 pm (see 3 Thu) "M A'S-H'": Hill Street Cinema 8 pm (seeiOThu) Drum Circle: Guild House 8 pm (see 5 Sat) Bill Held Trio: The Bird of Paradise 930 pm (see 11 Fri) "The Wall": HUI Street Cinema 10 pm (seeiOThu) 13Sunday Helmetour: A2 Dept. of Parkt and Recreatlon between 8 am & noon, Fuller Pooi, 1519 Fuller. Bike tour accommodating all riding levéis, $10. 994-2786 Educatlonal Outreach Program Facilltators Meeting: Lesbian-Gay Male Programs Office 1 1 am, 3100 Mich. Union. 763-4186 Harvey Reed: Bird of Paradise 1 1 am (see 6 Sun) Living Hlstory Day: Cobblestone Farm noon to 4 pm, 2781 Packard. Watch the farm come to life as it might have in the mid-19th century, 994-2928 "Brigadista" (Act 2): Peace InSight 1 X)5 pm (see 1 Tue) Washtenaw County CROP Walk for Hunger: Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice 1 30 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. Ten kilometer walkathon to raise money for hunger-relief projects. Be a walker ora sponsor. 663-1870 Welcome to Black Pond: A2 Dept. of Parks and Recreation 2 to 3:30 pm. Explore Black Pondwith naturalist Anne Lindsay. Wear wading clothes, $2. 662-7802 The Mini-Matinee Club: The Goodtime Players 2 pm, Stone School Aud.. 2800 Stone School. Performance for children 4 & up. With "Midas' Golden Touch," a musical comedy by The Goodtime Players, and tolk-musician Dale Petty on guitar and mountain dulcimer, $4$3 children. 994-2300 Tour: Museum of Art 2 pm (see 6 Sun) "Special Mlnlstry to Gay Men & Lesbians": Huron Valley Community Church 2 pm (see 6 Sun) "70, Girls, 70-: Part. Notwork 2 pm (see 3 Thu) U-M Community Eucharist. Canterbury House 5 pm (see 6 Sun) Weekly Run for Letblant & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 6 pm (see 2 Wed) "Discovering Columbus": Women's Action for a New Direct on (WAND) & Women's Int'l League for Peace & Freedom 7:30 pm meeting, 8 pm presentation, St. Aidan's Northside Church, 1679 Broadway (across from Baits entrance to North Campus). Panel discussion and skitabout myths surrounding the "discovery" of America. 662-2475. Judiih Plaskow: HUI Street Forum & Jewlsh Feminist Group 7:30 pm, Irwin Green Aud., 1429 Hill. Judaism from a feminist perspective.769-0500 Meetings: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA and Alanon 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) Meetings: Lesbians', Gay Men's, & Bisexuals' Alcoholics Anonymous & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 6 Sun) 14 Monday "In These States": 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 7 Mon) "Mideast Perspectivas": WCBN-88.3 FM 6:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Lesblan Health Series: Lesbian Programs Office 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Larry Francis & Bob Hick: Guild House 8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesbians & Gay Men: Gay Liberation Front 8:45 pm with Bishop Spong (see 7 Mon) Blrd of Paradis Orchestra: Bird of Paradis 930 pm (see 7 Mon) 15Tuesday ArtBreak:U-M Museum of Art 12:10 pm (see 1 Tue) "Currsnt Research on Minorlty Students wlth Emphasis on Híspanle Students": Híspanle Heritage Celebratlon 1991 330 to 5 pm, Schi of Ed., Tribute Room. With Lehman College President, Ricardo Fernandez. Reception to follow. 763-9044 "Recycling Fun and Gamas": Th Ecology Cantar 4 pm (see 1 Tue) "Closets ara tor Clothas": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) Womyn's Rites & Rhythms": WCBN-FM 630 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) "Living Environmentally": Community Educatlon Program 7 pm (see 1 Tue) "A Certaln Terror: Homophobla, Oppression and Violence": Peaca InSight 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. With Richard Cleaver. 769-7422 Support Group: Adult Daughters of Alcoholica & Other Trauma 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Meeting: Lesbians' & Gay Men's Rights Organizing Committee 730 pm (see 8 Tue) Paul KellerCary Kocher Quartet: Blrd of Paradise 930 pm (see 1 Tue) 16 Wednesday Standing Outslde with the Peopla of Nicaragua: Religious Coalitlon on Latin America Cali tor time and place. Five-Cents-aPlate Dinner to raise money for people's basic needs in Nicaragua, on the occasion of the Five Hundred Dollars-a-Plate dinner for a cathedral in Managua. 663-1870 ArtVideo:U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Vienna 1900." 747-0521 Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 2 Wed) Beans and Rlcg Dinner: Guild House 6 pm (see 2 Wed) "Living Poets": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 2 Wed) "Latinas, Puerto Ricans, and Puerto Rican Womon In the U.S.": Híspanle Herítage Celebratfon 1991 7 pm, Trotter House. With poet, novalist, Judith Ortiz Cofer. 763-9044 "Alcohol Abuse by Lesbians & Gay Men & lts Prevention": Lesbian-Gay Male Programs Office 7 pm, location TBA. Workshop facilitated by local mental health professionals. 763-4186 Meeting: Lesbians' & Gay Men's Adult Children of Alcoholics 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Introduction to Waldorf Educatlon: The Rudolf Stelner School of Ann Arbor 730 pm, 2775 Newpon Find out how children can develop self-esteem, creativity and a lifelong love of leaming. 99S4141 Mlchetle Shocked: Office of Major Events 730 pm, Power Center. Reservad, $17.50. 99-MUSIC Open Stage: The Ark 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Latln American Solldarity Committee 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Social Group for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: East QuadRC Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ellen James Society: Prlsm Productions 930 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First, $5.50 advance. 99-MUSIC. Ron Brooks Trio with Flona Duncan: Bird of Paradlse 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 17Thursday ArtTaik: U-M Museum of Art noon to 1 pm, AV room, 525 S. State. "Van Eyck and Late Gothic in the North" with Bobbie Levine. 764-0395 Meeting: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Law Student Atoclatkn 5 pm (see 3 Thu) Mesting: Homeless Actlon Committee 530 pm (see 3 Thu) "Second Opinión": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 3 Thu) El Mundo Latino": WCBN-88.3 FM 630 pm (see 3 Thu) - "Ditf erlng Perspectiva on the Meaning of 1992 for the America": U-M & KalpullT 7 pm, Alice Lloyd Residence Hall lounge. Two students of Kalpulli Koakalko will present Azteka dances and lead discussion. 763-9044 Support Group: The Domestlc Vlolenee ProjectSAFE Hou 7 pm (see 3 Thu) "Oshun, Goddess of Love and Culture": Open Arenes & Glrlf renzy 730 pm, InterCooperative Education Ctr , 1522 Hill. Nisi Shawl, Dawn Treader Bookshop proprietor and poet, leads discussion of this attracove Afncan deity. 665-2270 Meeting: ACT-UPAnn Arbor 730 pm (see 3 Thu) "Don Don or The First Burnlng": Performance Network & Prospero Theater Co. 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. The "Dons" refer to Don Juan and Don Quixote who are both dead. Their servants Sancho Panza and Sganarelle are alive, however, and meet for the first time in "Don Don," $10$8 studs & srs. 663-0681 Prof-erred Film Series: Hill Street Cinema 830 pm, 1429 Hill, Film TBA by English Prof. Ralph Williams, $3. 769-0500 Ron Brooks Trio wlth Flona Duncan: Bird of Paradlse 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 18Frïday Peace with Justice Week Videotape Preview: Guild House Friday Forum noon, 802 Monroe. "Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environmenr (Infact 1991) and The Folgers Coffee Connection"(Neiglibor to Neighbor 1991). Optional lunch $1. 662-5189 Open House: Lesblan-Gay Mal Programs Offlc 4 to 7 pm, 3116 Mich. Union. 763-4186 "Gry Mattrs": WCBN-FM 6 pm. 88.3 FM (see 4 Fri) "Homophobla, Oppratslon and Vlolence": Psace InSight 6:05 pm (see i5Tue) "Community & Cultur": WCBN-88.3 FM 630 pm (see 4 Fri) "Th Oral Tradltlons of the Indlgenous People of the North and South": U-M & Kalpulll 730 pm, Anderson Room, Mich. Union. With Naöve American Eider Grandmother Kiny and Maestro Tlakaelel, United Naions representative for indigenous people. 763-9044 Meetings: Lesblan', Gay Men and Bisexual' Alcohollc Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm (see 4 Fri) Open Stag: Th Ark 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Gran Baile Final: Híspanle Herltage Celebratlon 1991 8 pm to 2 am, Mich. Union Ballroom. K-Che Orquestra and Patricia El Carino Musical Band, $4$2 students. 763-9044 "Don Don": Performance Network 8 pm (see17Thu) Blue Traveler: Priem Productlons 8 pm, SL Andrew's Hall, 431 E. Congress, Detroit, $12.50 advance. 99-MUSIC Tower of Power: Prtsm Productions 8 & 11 pm, Alvin's, 5756 Cass Ave., Detroit, $12.50 advance. 99-MUSIC Ron Brook Trio wtth Flona Duncan: Th Blrd of Paradis 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Dance Jam: People Dancing 10 pm (see 4 Fri) 19Saturday Weekly Run for Lasblans & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runners 9 am (see 2 Wed) Property Tax Management Workshop: Th Houslng Bureau for Senior - 10 to 11:30 am, Sylvan Township Hall, 1 12 W. Middle, Chelsea With speakers frorn the Washtenaw County Treasurer's Office, Legal Services of Southeastern Michigan, the Lima Township Treasurer's Office, and the Washtenaw County Council on Aging. Register 763-0970 Harvest Fun for the Young: Leslle Science Center 10 am to noon (ages 5-8), 1 to 3 pm (ages 7 to 11), 1831 Traver. Make applesauce, cornhusk dolls and herbal sachets, $10. Register 994-2928 "Ceremony of Four Color": U-M & Kalpulll 10 am to 1 pm (oral teachings), 2 to 5 pm (ceremony), east bank of Gallup Park. Story and ceremony that" honor the unity of all the races and provides a time to pray for peace among all the world's peoples." Bring lunch. 763-9044 Meeting: Sober Sisten 7 pm (see 5 Sat) Benefit Concert for Keewaydinoquay: Unitarian Unlversalist Church 7:30 pm, 1 91 7 Washtenaw. Benefit concert for Ojibwa eider featuring Stephanie Ozer and Kathy Moore, Repercussions, and Dwight Peterson, $7-20+ sliding scale. 761-9148 "Don Don": Performance Network 8 pm (see17Thu) "Halr": Hill Street Cinema 8 & 10 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 Drum Clrcle: Guild Hou 8 pm (see 5 Sat) American Muslc Club: Prism Productlont 9 pm, Alvin's, 5756 Cass Ave., Detroit, $7.50 advance. 99-MUSIC Ron Brookt Trio with Fiona Duncan: The Blrd of Paradi 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 20 Sunday Harvey Reed: Blrd of Paradbe 1 1 am (see 6 Sun) Amphlblan and Reptiles: Leslle Science Center 1 to 2 pm (ages 4-first grade), 230 to 4 pm (grades 2-4), 1831 Traver, $3-$4. Register 662-7802 "Homophobla, Oppresslon & Violence": Peace InSIght 1 L5 pm (see 15 Tue) Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 to 5 pm, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2685 Packard. 763-4186 Charles Baxter: Granlte Line Writers 2 pm, Freighthouse Cafe, inside Farmer's Mkt, Ypsilanö, $3. 994-4341 "Special Ministry to Gay Men & Lesblans": Huron Valley Communlty Church 2 pm (see 6 Sun) Sunday Tour: U-M Museum of Art 2 pm (see 6 Sun) Womyn's Poetry Reading: Common Language Books 3 pm, 214 S. 4th Ave. Akasha Fleugge will be the featured reader followed by open mike. 663-0036 Meeting: Dawntreadsn 3 pm (see 6 Sun) Swim Practice: A2QUA 5 pm (see 6 Sun) U-M Community Eucharlst: Canterbury House 5 pm (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Huron Greeni 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Weekly Run for Lesblant & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runnen 6 pm (see 6 Sun) "Don Don": Performance Network 630 pm (see 17Thu) Meetings: Lesbians', Gay Men' and Bisexual' Alcoholic Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm (see 6 Sun) Meetings: Ypsilanti Gay MaleLesbian AA and Alanon 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) Israell Dancing: Hlllel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) Harvey Reed Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 930 pm (see 6 Sun) 21 Monday "In These State": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 7 Mon) "Mideast Penpectlvtt": WCBN-88.3 FM 630 pm (see 7 Mon) The Art In a Marfcet Economy: Performance Network & Schoolkids 7 pm, 408 W. Wash. Discussion series. 663-0681 Lesbian Health Serie: Lesblan Programs Office 7 pm, "Menopause," with Dr. Sandra Colé, Certified Sexologist & Human Sexuality Educator. (see 7 Mon) "The Struggle for Latln America' Soul": Religiou Coalition on Latln America 730 pm, cali for locaöon. With Gary MacEoin, writBr for the National Catholic Reporter and author with long experience in Latín America 663-1870 Sandra Valll and Lorrine Erikson: Guild House Writers Series 830 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Open House for Lesblan & Gay Men: Gay Liberation Front 8:45 pm (see 5 Mon) Blrd of Paradise Orehestra: Bird of Paradise 930 pm (see 7 Mon) 22 Tuesday ArtBreak:U-M Museum of Art 12:10 pm (see 1 Tue) "Water and Wildllfe" : The Ecology Center 4 to 5;30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Workshop for grades 1-4. Snacks provided, $3. Register 994-2780 "Closets ar for Clothos" : WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) Womyn't Rltet & Rhythms": WCBN-FM 630 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) "Living Environmentally": CommunKy Educatlon Program 7 pm (see 1 Tue) "A Year of Consdence": Peace lnSight7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Chan. 9. Interviews with participants of a year of vigils for a Just Peace in the Gulf. 769-7422 Support Group: Adult Daughters of Alcoholict & Othar Trauma 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Meeting: Lasbians' & Gay Man 's Rights Organizing Committee 730 pm (see 8 Tue) "The Hydrogen Jukebox": Michigan Theater Drama Season 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Muslc-theater by poet Allen Ginsberg and composer Philip Glass, $29.50 $27.50 members. 668-8397 Paul KellerCary Kochar Quartet: Blrd of Paradis 930 pm (see 1 Tue) 23 Wednesday ArtVldeo:U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Matisse." 747-0521 Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 2 Wed) Beans and Rica Dlnnar: Gulld House 6 pm (see 2 Wed) "Living Poets": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 2 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Lesbians' & Gay Men's Adult Chlldren of Alcoholics 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Peaca with Justice Week Videotape Preview: Interfalth Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1400 W. Stadium, (see 18 Fri) Both tapes are avaüable on loan from ICPJ at no charge. 663-1870 Jonathan Rlchman: Prism Productbns 730 & 10 pm, The Ark, 637 S. Main, $11.50 advance. 99-MUSIC International Folkdanclng: U-M Folkdancing Club 730 pm (see 9 Wed) Meeting: Latln Amer. Solidarlty Committee 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Casslnl Ensemble: Performance Network & Schoolkids 8 pm, 408 W. Washington, $9$7 studs & srs. 663-0681 "The Hydrogon Jukebox": Mlch Theater 8 pm (see 22 Tue) Social Group for Lesbiana, Bisexual, & Gay Men: East QuadRC Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brookt Trio: Blrd of Paradis 930 pm (see 2 Wed) 24 Thursday ArtTalk: U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room, 525 S. State. "Giotto" with William Hennesey. 764-0395 Meeting: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Law Students Association 5 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Commrttee 530 pm (see 3 Thu) "Second Opinión": WCBN-88.3 FM 6 pm (see 3 Th u) El Mundo Latino": WCBN-88.3 FM 6:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Support Group: The Domestic Vlolence ProjectSAFE House 7 pm (see 3 Thu) "Rethlnklng the Role of the United Nations": rïuron Valley Chapter of the United Nations Associations of the USA 730 pm, Hutchins Hail, (State at Monroe). With Clovis Maksoud, professor and former permanent Representativo of the Arab League at the United Nations. 996-2596 Meeting: ACT-UPAnn Arbor 730 pm (see 3 Thu) Violent Femmes: Prism Productions 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. LJberty, $18.50 Reserved. 99-MUSIC "The Color Purple": HUI Street Cinema 8 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 "Don Don": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradis 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) "Tootsie": Hill Street Cinema 10 pm, 1429 Hill, $3. 769-0500 25 Friday El Salvador: Guild House Friday Forum noon, 802 Monroe. With Carmen Argueta, from Building with the Voiceless of El Salvador. Optiona! lunch $1. 662-5189 National Ecu men leal Conference on the Phlllppines: Church Coalitlon for Human Rlghts In the Philipplnes thru 26 SaL, 4 pm, St Andrews Episcopal Church, First Methodist Church and Campus Inn. Worship, a fiesta, and many speakers. Register 663-1870 "Grey Matter": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 4 Fri) "A Yoar of Conscieno": Peaca InSight 6:05 pm (see 22 Tue) "Communlty & Culture": WCBN-FM 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM (see 4 Fri) Meeting: Lesbians1, Gay Man, & Bisexual' Alcoholica Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm (see 4 Fri) "Don Don": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) Eddie Rust Trio: Th Blrd of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 26 Saturday Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gay: Ann Arbor Front Runner 9 am (see 2 Wed) "Bid f rom th Heart" Auctlon: Th Human Society 7 pm, Holiday Inn Holidome, Jackson Rd. Live auction to benefit the Humane Society of Huron Valley's shelter animáis, $25 includes hors d'oeuvres buffet, live auction, coffee and dessert 662-5545 Meeting: Sobar Sister 7 pm (see 5 Sat) "Don Don": Performance Network 8 pm (see 17 Thu) Drum Clrcle: Gulld Hou 8 pm (see 5 Sat) "Th Color Purple": Hill Straat Cinema 8 pm (see 24 Thu) Eddle Rus Trio: Th Blrd of Paradis 9:30 pm (see 25 Sat) "Tootsl": HUI Straat Cinema 10 pm (see 24 Thu) 27 Sunday Harvay Raad: Bird of Paradis 1 1 am (see 6 Sun) "A Year of Consclence": Peace InSight 1 .-05 pm (see 22 Tue) "Special Mlnlstry to Gay Man & Lesbiana": Huron Valley Communlty Church 2 pm (see 6 Sun) Sunday Tour: U-M Museum of Art 2 pm (see 6 Sun) U-M Community Eucharist: Cantsrbury Housa 5 pm (see 6 Sun) Swlm Practica: A2QUA (Ann Arbor Quaar Aquatlcs) 5 pm (see 6 Sun) Weekly Run for Lesbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runners 6 pm (see 6 Sun) "Don Don": Performance Network 630 pm (see 1 7 Thu) Benefit Concert: Ecology Cantar 730 pm, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. The concert will feature Chariie King, a talented EastCoast singersongwriter in the Pete SeegerHolly Near mold, and Common Ground, a local cultural troupe directed by Elisa Bryant, $8 advance$10 at door. 761-3186 Meetings: Lesbians', Gay Men's, & Bisxuals' Alcoholics Anonymous & Alanon 730 pm (see 6 Sun) Meetings: Ypsilanti Gay MalaLesblan AA and Alanon 730 pm (see 6 Sun) "M. Butterfly": Michigan Theater Drama Season 8 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty, $29.50$27.50 members . 668-8397 Israel! Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) Harvoy Raad Jazz Jam: Bird of Paradise 930 pm (see 6 Sun) 28 Monday "In Those States": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 7 Mon) "Mideast Perspectivas": WCBN-FM 630 pm, 88.3 FM (see 7 Mon) Lesblan Health Series: Lesblan Programs Office 7 pm, "Choosing a Physidan," with Dr. Mindy Smith, General Practitioner. (see 7 Mon) Lawronce Plke and M.L Llebler: Guild House Writor Series 830 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Opn House for Lesbiana & Gay Men: Gay Liberation Front 8:45 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird ol Paradis Orchestra: Blrd of Paradis 930 pm (see 7 Mon) 29 Tuesday ArtBreak:U-M Museum ol Art 12:10 pm (see 1 Tue) "It's A Wild World": Th Ecology Center 4 to 530 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Workshop for grades 1-4. Snacks provided, $3. Register 994-2780 "Closet ar for Clothe": WCBN 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) Womyn's Rites & Rhythms": WCBN 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM (see 1 Tue) "Living Envlronmontally": Community Education Program 7 pm (see 1 Tue) Live Call-ln Show: Peace InSIght 7:05 pm, A2 Comm. Access TV, Cable Channel 9. Topic TBA. 769-7422 Support Group: Adult Daughter of Alcoholica & Other Trauma 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Meeting: Lssbians' & Gay Man's Rlght Organlzlng Committee 730 pm (see 8 Tue) Paul KellerCary Kochar Quartat: Bird of Paradisa 930 pm (see 1 Tue) 30 Wednesday ArtVideo:U-M Museum of Art noon, AV room. 525 S. State. "Delacroix: The Restless Eye." 747-0521 Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 2 Wed) Beans and Rica Dinnar: Guild Housa 6 pm (see 2 Wed) "Living Poets": WCBN 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 2 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Lasblans' & Gay Men's Adult Chlldren of Alcoholica 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Samhaln Calebratjon: Open Archas 730 pm, First Untarían Universaüst Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Celébrate this traditional Celtic festival, ancestor of Halloween, wtth a night of storytelling. Share a story or just listen. 482-8233 Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee 8 pm (see 2 Wed) Social Group for Lasblans, Bisexual, & Gay Man: East QuadRC Social Group 9-1 1 pm (see 2 Wed) Waekly Run for Lasbians & Gays: Ann Arbor Front Runner 7 pm (see Wed 2) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradisa 930 pm (see 2 Wed) 31 Thursday ArtTalk: U-M Museum of Art noon to 1 pm, AV room, 525 S. State. 764-0395 Meeting: Lesblan, Gay, Bisexual Law Students Association 5 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 530 pm (see 3 Thu) "Second Opinión": WCBN-FM 6 pm, 88.3 FM (see 3 Thu) El Mundo Latino": WCBN-FM 6:30 pm, 88.3 FM (see 3 Thu) Support Group: Th Domestic Violence ProjectSAFE House 7 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: ACT-UPAnn Arbor 730 pm (see 3 Thu) "Sllencel The Court Is in Sesslon": Performance Network & Blue Donkey Production 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Comic look at social ustce in contemporary India, $9$7 studs & srs. 663-0681

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