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1994
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To publicize November Calendar events, send formatted listings by October 15 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main St., A2, Ml 48104. Uniess otherwise noted, all events fisted in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public All locations are in Ann Arbor uniess otherwise noted. 1 Saturday "The Isenheim Interior-An Installation by Ed Fraga": Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum 1 221 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills. Combination of paintings and sculpture examining the issues of life in a worid with AIDS, thru 30 Oct. (810) 6453300 African Art U-M Museum of Art Exhibit of works of sub-Saharan African art, thru June, 1995. 764-0395 "One Foot in the Door": A2 Art Association 1 1 7 W. Liberty. Annual juried exhibit, part 1 luns thru 16 Oct. 994-8004 "Beyond Empire-Artistic Expressions of Byzantium": U-M Museum of Art Exhibit of works of Byzantine devotional objects, thru 30 Oct. 764-0395 "Isamu Noguchi-Exploration and Collaboration": U-M Museum Of Art Exhibit featuring earty work and the artist's sculptural set for Martha Graham's "Cave of the Heart," thru 13 Nov. 764-0395 "The Jade Studio": U-M Museum of Art Masterpieces of Chinese Ming and Qing Dynasty painting and calligraphy, thru 20 Nov. 764-0395 Children' s Ho ur: Borders 1 1 am, 61 2 E. Liberty. Children 's activrties & book signing with author Nancy Willard. 668-7652 Visit with Brovm Bear Lrtt Ie Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Brown. Hourof st ones and fun for ages 4-1 0.662-41 10 PotkjdcGays&LesbiansOlder&Wiser 11 am-1 pm,TumerCHnlc,1010Wall.9365962 Writing Workshop: Little Professor Book Co. 2:30-4 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. With local witter and teacher, Sherry Rozek. Focus: writing stories, poems, and essays from an adurt perspective. 6624110 Frontrunners: Gay-Lesbian Running Club 4:30 pm, CCRB entrance. Runners of all levéis and ages are welcome. 763-4186 'Torn & Viv": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Dramatizatbn of the life and love of expatríate American poetauthorT.S. EliotandhiswifeVivienne, $1 2S9 studs & srs. 663-0681 ■lost in Yonkers": Croswell Opera House 8 pm, 129 E. Mau meeSt., Adrián. Neil Simon comedydrama of two boys who goto live with theirgrandmotherafter their mother dies, $1 2$1 0. (51 7) 264-7469 "Btood Wedding": Ann Arbor CMcTheatre 8 pm, 2275 Platt Road. A young girl struggtes to find her way In a worid of rigid rules and tradittons in rural Spain, $8. 971 - AACT Lucky Haskins & Immigrant Suns: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Doubte-bill of local bands with diverse sounds, S6S5. 761-1800 Sy mphon ie Fantastiq ue-A2 Symphony Orchestra: Borders 8pm, Michigan Theater. $1 5$1 9S23 (discounts for srs, studs and kids). 994-4801 Sunny Wilkinson: Bi rd of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 2 Sunday Antique Bottle & Insulator Show & Sale: Hurón Valley Bottle & Insulator Club 9 am-3 pm, Holiday Inn North Campus. 482-8029 Breast Cáncer Awareness Month Seminar Little Professor Book Co. 11 amnoon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Local author Larry Bier discusses nis book, "When the Woman You Know Has Breast Cancer." 662-4110 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 11 am, Mack Pod. Charley 665-8063 or Kelly 6630036 Living History Day: A2 Parks & Ree. noon-4 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard . The f arm of 1 50 years ago, $1 .50 $1.994-2928 Art Ventures Workshop: A2 Art Association noon-5pm, 1 1 7 W. überty. Drop in and créate a work of art in this hands-on activity center (no charge, courtesy of a grant f ram Target). 994-8004 Open House: Ann Arbor Wastewater Treatment Plant noon-3pm,49S.Dixboro Rd. Tours every half-hour in recognrtion of WaterQuality Awareness Week. 994-281 1 Bishop Lake Hike: Sierra Club 1 pm, meet at A2 City Hall for trip to Brighton State Recreation Area 483-0058 Afro -Cuban Percussion Workshop: Los Jibarítos Caribbean Dance Troupe & Puerto Rican Solidarity Organization 2-5 pm, Trotter House. With Conjunto Céspedes. 747-1 900 Kerry Tales-" Autumn Magie": Kerrytown ShopsWorkbench Furniture 2 pm, (2nd floor children's fumiture area) 410 N. Fourth Ave. Storytime wrth Trudy Bulktey. 769-3115 Volleyball: LGBPO 2-4 pm, North Campus lawn, near Commons. 763-4186 Minist ry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians: Hurón Val ley Community Church 2 pm services, 3 pm social, 21 45 Independence.741-1174 "Lost in Yonkers": Croswell Opera House 3 pm (see 1 Sat) Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 46 pm, cali for location. Vince 741 -9245 or LGBPO 763-41 86 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1 st Congregational Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1 41 8 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 122 W. Washington. 761-2530 'Torn & Viv": Performance Networtc 7 pm (see 1 Sat) 22+ Women's Bi-Friendly Group 7 pm, location TBA. Meetings in public spaces for coffee, food, and conversation. 7634186 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1 st Congreg. Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. 484-0456 Romanovsky & Phillips: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Gay pride mixed with humor and harmony, $1 2.5031 1 .50. 761 - 1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm, 208 S. Rrst. Guest musicians join house band, The Terraplanes, $2. 971-2469 Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Musicians invited. 662-8310 3 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am 763-3500 Lectu reDemo nstration: Cuban Music & Dance: Los Jibaritos Caribbean Dance Troupe & Puerto Rican Solidaríty Organization 9 am-noon, Rackham Ampitheater. With Conjunto Céspedes. 747-1 900 Mass Meeting VIA HilleJ:HiHel6pm,1429 Hill. A community service group linking UM students with the community. Meetings and activities are centered around working with the homeless, children, the elderly, and the environment. 769-0500 Meet Author John Ragusa III: Little Professor Book Co. 6:30-8 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Former organized crime insider turned novelist wil sign copies of his new book, "The Triggerman." 6624110 "IsraeTs Shattered Dreams": Hillel 7 pm,1429 Hill. Video which confronts what 20 years of occupation and expansión have done to the soul of Israel. 769-0500 Multiple Sderosis Support Group: A2 Center for Indep. Living 7-9 pm, 2568 Packard. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 7 pm, cali for location. Mark or Miriam 662-2222 Mass Meeting United Jewish Appeal: Hillel 7:30 pm,1429 Hi St. UJA is the worid's largest Jewish philanthropic organization. It sponsors anannualfundraising drive as well as educational events. 7690500 Shamanic Journeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, 1522 Hill. 665-3522 Discussion & Book Signing: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E. Uberty. With photographer and author Eric LJndbloom. 668-7652 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Can ter bu ry House 9 pm, 518 E. Washington. 763-4186 Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. 14piece band, $3. 662-8310 4 Tuesday Artistic Expressions: A2 Center for Indep. Living A2 Public Library, multipurpose room, thru 28 Cct. Exhibit of artwork by people with disabilities. 9710277, 971-0310 (TDD) Swimmers: A2QUA Kimball Migh School, Royal Oak. Cal! for time (see 2 Sun) 1 4th Annual Bryant Community Awards Dinner A2 Parles & Ree 5:30-7:30 pm, Bryant Community Ctr., 3 W. Eden Ct. Potluck where community volunteers will be honored. RSVP 994-2722 Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Personne) Management for New Bosses: Community Deveiopment Corp. & Women's Initiative for Self Employment 7 pm, 2008 Hogback Road, Suite A. "How-To" seminar for new local businesses, free with $30 CDC or WISE membership. 677-1400 Frontrunners 7 pm (see 1 Sat) "Washtenaw NOW 1994 Feminist Achievement Awards": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. 769-7422 Reading: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E Liberty. With Anne Le Claire reading from her new novel, "Sideshow." 668-7652 Mass Meeting Jewish Feminist Group: Hillel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St. The group reflects a wide range of religious and cultural values and discusses women's roles n Jewish law and tradrtbn. 769-0500 WomanCircte: Creation Spirit uality 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. All women welcome. 662-2159 Dan Hall CD Release Party: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. One of the area's most promising folksinger-songwriters, $7.7536.75. 761-1800 University Symphony Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Program: Mozart & Shostakovich. 763-4726 Jazz-Blues Jam Session with Steve Somers & Friends: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm-1 am, 207 W. Mich. Ave., Ypsi. 4871977. Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 5 Wednesday Promotional Workshop for Artists: The Michigan Guild of Artists & Artisans 9 am-noon, New Center, 1100 North Main St.,$20members$25non-members. 6623382 Brown Bag Lunch: A2 Parks & Ree. noon, Kempf House, 31 2 S. División. Guest speaker, $1.994-4898 Artists Recept ion-Art ist ie Expressions: A2 Center for Indep. Living 5-8:30 pm, A2 Public übrary, multi-purpose room. Meet the artists, with Diversabilty Theatre. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Meeting: U-M LGB Staff Association 5:30 pm, Amer's in Mich. Union. 763-41 86 "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm. News and more for the LesBiGay communities. 763-3500 Mass Meeting Jewish Lesbian, Bisexual, & Gay Col lecti ve: Hillel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St. A social group for bisexual, lesbian, and gay people f rom a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrounds. 769-0500 Reading: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E Liberty. With Ivan Doig reading from his new memoir, "Heart Earth." 668-7652 Meeting: Vegetarían Information & Exchange (VINE) 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Video: John Robbins' "Diet for a New America" 668-9925 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm, Arbor Lanes. Mixed league with 1 2 teams of 4 people. ALL abilities welcome. 434-6176 Jewish Lesbian, Bisexual, & Gay Collective: Hillel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Social group with relaxed atmosphere. 7690500 Meeting: Lesbian, Bisexual, & Qay Men's Adutt Children of Alcohoiics 7:30 pm, Rainbow Rm, St. Andrew's Episcopal, 306 N. División. 665-6939 Open Stage with Colby Maddox: The Arte 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, (sign up at 7:30 to perform), S3S2. 761-1 800 Video Planning Meeting: Peace Insight 8 pm, (cali for location). Créate, videotape, and edit TV shows for local cablecast. Topics include all peace and justice issues. 761-7749 Scott Henderson-Gary Willis & Tribal Tech:PrismProductions9pm,Alvin's, 5756 Cass Ave., Detroit Jazz fusión warriors, $10.50. 810-645-6666. Meeting: East Quad Social Group 9 pm, (cali for location). A social & support group for students who are lesbians, gays or bisexuaJs. 763-41 86 Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 6 Thursday The Salamander Room: A2 Pari & Ree 9:30-1 1 am and 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr. , 1 831 Traver. Children ages 4-5 years leam about reptiles and amphibians, $20 covers four Thurs. sessions. Pre-register 662-7802 Publicaron Party: Shaman Drum Bookshop 5-7 pm, 315 S. State. Celebration of new book by Lila Green, "Making Sense of Humor How to Add Joy to Your Ufe." Green is well-known locally as a humor educator and U-M guest lecturer. 662-7407 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 930-0601 Benzinger Lecture: ReskJential College 7 pm, Room 126, E Quad. Susan Wright will be discussing her new book, "Molecular Politics." 763-01 76 Lesbian & Bisexual Women Coffee Hour 7 pm, Zingerman 's Next Door, 422 Detroit. 995-4483 Frontrunners 7 pm, cali for location. (see1 Sat) The Terraplanes: PJ's No Kickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7 pm, PJ's Used Records&CDs, 61 7 B Packard Rd. Acoustic blues band, intímate setting. 663-3441 The Specials: Prism Productions 7:30 pm, St. Andrews, 431 E. Congress, Detroit Ska monsters, al ages show, $1 6.50. 810-645-6666. Reading & Discussion: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E überty. With Naomi Wolf reading from her new book, "Fine With Fire: The New Female Power and Howto Use lt."Followedby discussion of "power feminism." 668-7652 VkJeo-'TheBuming Times": Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, 1522 Hill. Video and presentation challenging the ugly stereotypes of witches at Halloween. 665-3522 September Dances in Exile: Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Confederacy of area choreographers present original works, S12S9 studs & srs (Thursdays are "pay-whatyou-can"). 663-0681 David Barrett with David Mosher The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $a75 $7.75.761-1800 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee 8 pm, 4120 Mich. Union. 662-5552 "Blood Wedding": Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Sat) Rob Haney: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 31 4 E überty, $10. 996-9080 Uve Call-ln: Peace InSight 9:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. "Altemative Politica! Partes." 769-7422 Ron Brooks Trío: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 7 Friday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 4 Tue) Publication Party: Shaman Drum Bookshop 4-6 pm, 31 5S. State. Celebration of new book by Robert J. Donia and John VA Fine Jr.,"Bosnia-Hercegovina: ATradition Betrayed." The authors will be on hand to sign books. 662-7407 "Washtenaw NOW 1994 Feminist Achievement Awards": PeacelnSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 4 Tue) The Klezmatics and Judith Sloan: The Ark 7:30 & 1 0 pm, 637-1 2 S. Main. Premier Wezmer band with comed enne opener, $1 2.50. 761 -1 800 Meeting: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm, Rainbow Rm (AA); Upstairs Lounge (Alanon), St. Andrews Episcopal, 306 N. División. 665-6939 Magical Education Council of A2: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Workshop. 761 -1137 William D. Revelli Memorial Concert: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. With the Symphony Band. 763-4726 September Dances in Exile: Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Thu) "Blood Wedding": Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Sat) "Lost in Yonkers": Croswell Opera House 8 pm (see 1 Sat) Rob Haney: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Paul KeHerGary Kocher Quartet Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, $5. 662-8310 Fríday Dance Jam 1 0 pm, 1 1 1 Third St. Eclectic, recorded dance music (feel free to bring your own tapes). Smokeand alcohol-free, children welcome, wheelchairaccessible,S2. 663-6845 (before 8 pm) 8 Saturday Advanced Hambo Workshop: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Co. 1 0 an noon, Pittsfield Grange Hall, $5. 4290014 Audition-The Sound of Music": Croswell Opera House 1 0 am-4 pm, 1 29 E Maumee St, Adrián. (51 7) 264-7469 Storytime wrth Bart & Kim: Littte Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Visit with Bunnicula, the one and only bunny rabbit vampire, for ages 4-1 0. 662-41 1 0 "Sushi-How to Make rt at Home": Ypsi Food Co-op 11 am, 312 N. River St, Ypsïanti. 483-1 520 Veteran's Indoor Ice Arena Open House: A2 Parks & Ree. 12:30-2:30 pm, 2150 Jackson Rd. 761-7240 Orientation: Ypsi Food Co-op 2 pm, 31 2 N. River St.Ypsi. Information about the Co-op, how to join, products available. 483-1520 Frontrunners 4:30 pm, CCRB. (see 1 Sat) Laura Nyro: The Ark 7:30 pm & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main, S1 7.50. 761-1800 Indigo Giris: UAC Soundstage 8 pm, Hill Aud. Grammy-winning duo touring their latest release, "Swamp Ophelia," S25S20. 763-TKTS September Dances in Exile: Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Thu) "Lost in Yonkers": Crosweil Opera House 8 pm (see 1 Sat) "Blood Wedding": Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Sat) Rob Haney: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Paul KellerGaiy Kocher Quartet Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Dance: Club Fabulous 10 pm-2 am. Power Center lobby. Bi-gender, chemfree dance, S4. 763-4168 9 Sunday 34th Annual Conference on Organ Music: U-M School of Music Recitals, lectures, performances, and workshops, thru 12 Wed. 763-4726 Swim Team A2QUA Fuller Pool Cali for time (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Lesbian & Bisexual Women of Color Collective Cali for time and place. 763-41 86 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 9:30 am-1 2:30 pm, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 306 N.Division. 663-0362 Great Lakes Artists Expo: Great Lakes Doll Artists 10 am-5 pm, Radisson on the Lake. The first original dolí art show ever held in this area, $5. (81 0) 777-61 42 Breast Canee Awareness Month Seminar Lrttle Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Meet Andrea Martin, founder and President of The Breast Cáncer Fund. 6624110 Dexter Cider Mili Bike Ride: Sierra Club 1 pm, meet at A2 City Hall for bike trip to cider mili. 665-1 465 Magie Cooking Pot A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1831 Traver. Outdoor cooking over a campfire,S3Si0family.Pre-register 662-7802 Volleyball: LGBPO 2-4 pm (see 2 Sun) Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals & Lesbians 2 pm (see 2 Sun) "Out" in the Orchard: U-M Lesbian Gay Bisexual Programs Office 2 pm, Wiard's Orchard. Bring yourfamily and friends and "come out" with us. 7634186 "Washtenaw NOW 1994 Feminist Achievement Awards": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 4 Tue) Dance Potpourri: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Co. 3-5 pm, Pittsfield Gran ge Hall. Leam to wartz, tango, swing, etc., S5. 429-0014 "Lost in Yonkers": Croswell Opera House 3 pm (see 1 Sat) Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 4 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Mystery Book Reading Group: Lrttle Professor Book Co. 6:30 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. With spec al visitor.Jamie Agnew, owner of Aunt Agatha's Book Shop. 662-4110 September Dances in Exile: Performance Network 7 pm (see 6 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Blood Oranges with Cordelia's Dad: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Two bands from MA, S6S5. 761 -1 800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) 10 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Reception: Lesbian Gay Bisexuals Programs Office (LGBPO) 4:30 pm, 3100 Counseling Services Office, Mich. Union. For the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual community to meet with Counseling Services staff, and community counselors and therapists. 763-4186 Recablecast Live Call-ln: Peace InSight 5:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (See 6 Thu) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Reading: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty . With journalist and author Mary Kay Blakely reading from her new book, "American Mom." 668-7652 Shamanic Joumeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 3 Mon) Ted Hawkins: The Ark & Prism 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Classic soul and country, $1 0. 761 -1 800 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 3 Mon) 1 1 Tuesday National Coming Out Day: LGBPO EventsTBA. 763-41 86 Swimmers: A2QUA (see 4 Tue) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) "From Violence to Peace-At Home and Around the World": PeacelnSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. Keynote speeches from WILPFs Detroit Conference. 769-7422 "Adjusting in Nicaragua": A2-Jutgalpa Sister City Comm. and Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 1st Baptist, 512 E Huron. New video documenting the devastating effects of World Bank and IMF policieson Nicaragua. 663-1 870 TeacherLibrarian Reception: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Uberty. With Thomas Locker, children's author and illustrator, reading from his most recent book, "Miranda's Snile." 668-7652 Meet Author Mary Gardner Lrttle Professor Book Co. 7:30-9 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Author of "Milkweed." 662-41 10 Wallen berg Lecture-MiepGies: Hillel 7:30 pm, Rackham Aud. The University 's Wallenberg Medal and Lectureship is presented annually to an outstanding humanitarian. M iep Gies is known f or her courage in hiding Anne Frank and her family during World War II. 769-0500 Ann Arbor Bosnia Group 8 pm, Interfaith, 730 Tappan. Focus: community education of the war crimes committed in Bosnia 663-1870 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Cary Koen erPaul Keiler Quartet Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 4 Tue) 12 Wednesday Brown Bag Discussion: "Out in the Workplace": LGBPO 11:30 am-1 pm, 31 1 6 Mich Union. 763-41 86 Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 5 Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: Deep EcologyEarth Spirituality Group 7 pm, 1522 Mili. Discussions, often with guest speakers, on environmental problems. 971-6133 Meetings: Lesbians, Btsexuate, & Gay Men AduH Children of Alcoholics 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Abuse Survivors Thinking Polrtically 7:30 pm, GuKd House, 802 Monroe. Dropin discussion group open to female and male survivors of child sexual abuse or ritual abuse. NOTatherapy group. Topic: survivors & the mental health ndustry. Katy 994-0885 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (See 5 Wed) Arto Guthrie: The Ark 8 pm, 637-1 11 S. Main. Storyteller, music an extraord naire, with opening act Matt Watroba, $17.50. 761-1800 East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 13Thursday Fall Tea: U-M LGB Staff Assoc. 5-7 pm, Law Club lounge. 763-4186 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Business Plan Development: Community Development Corp. & Women's Initiative for Serf Employment 6-9 pm, 2008 HogbackRoad.Surte A. "How-To" seminarfor new local businesses, free with $30 C DC or WIS E membership. 677-1400 John Rigg: PJ's No Kickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7 pm, PJ's Used Records & CDs, 617 B Packard Rd. Local singerguitarist. 663-3441 "Healing Yoursetf Through Vegetarían Nutrition": Vegetarían Information & Exchange (VINE) 7 pm, place TBA, fee. 668-9925 Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) Lesbian & Bisexual Women Coffee Hour 7 pm (see 6 Thu) Meeting: ACTUPAnn Arbor 7 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 214 S. 4th Ave. 763-41 86 "Before Stonewatt": LGBPO 7 pm, 2209 Mich. Union. 763-4186 Meeting: Lambda Gradúate Association 7 pm, 31 1 6 Mich. Union. 763-41 86 Reading: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. With Tim O'Brien reading from his new novel, "In the Lake of the Woods." 668-7652 "Reclaiming our Gay and Lesbian Past": LGBPO 730 pm, 21 0 Pray Harrold Hall, EMU. 763-41 86 "Trttabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Retumof the popularplay by local singer songwriter Jay Stielstra, $1 2S9 studs & srs{Thursdaysare"pay-wtiat-you-can"). 663-0681 Arlo Guthrie: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Storyteller, musician extraordinaire, with opening act Dar Williams, $17.50.761-1800 Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee 8 pm (see 6 Thu) Jonathan Katz: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E Liberty, $1 0. 996-9080 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 14 Friday Borders BookDaysto Benefit Wiktflour Community Bakery. Borders 612 E Liberty. Take a coupon (available at Wildfburand both People's Food Co-op locations)orjust mentionWildflourComm. Bakery when making a punchase at Borders and Wildflourwillreceiveaportbn of the proceeds. 668-7652 Swim Team: A2QUA Royal Oak (see 4 Tue) Poetry Reading: Little Professor Book Co. 2:30-4 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. With local poet, David Stringer. Followed byQ&A. 662-41 10 Publication Party: Shaman Drum Bookshop 4 pm, 315 S. State. Celebratico of new book edited and co-authored by Lisa Rado, "Re-reading Modemism: New Directions in Feminist Criticism." The airthor wil I be on hand to sign books. 662-7407 "Prisoners of Colonialism-The Struggle f or Justice n Puerto Rico": U-M Puerto Rican Solidarity Organization 6 pm, W. Conference Room, Rackham. Lecture by author Ronald Fernandez. 747-1 900 "From Violence to Peace-At Home and Around the World": PeacelnSkjht 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 1 1 Tue) Violet Wine: P J's No Kickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7 pm, PJ's Used Records & CDs, 617 B Packard Rd. Acoustic mix of rock, pop, and dance. 663-3441 Community Celebration: LGBPO 7 pm, Mich. Union Pendelton Rm. Honoring people wno have made a difference for the Ann Arbor área LG B community. 763-4186 Discussion: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO)7:30-9:30 pm, cali for location. Topic: "Courting." Open to women of all ages. 482-2996 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) George Winston: U-M Student Affaire 8 pm, Hill Aud. Concert-goers are asked to bring donationsof non-perishable food for Arbor HavenSalvation Army,Si 8.50S1 4.50students. 763-TKTS RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 637 12 S. Main. Superíative bluegrasscountry, S8.75S7.75. 761 -1800 'Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Jonathan Katz: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, $5. 662-8310 Steve Somers Band wLady Sunshine: Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main, $5.663-7758 15 Saturday Borders BookDaysto Benefit Wikfflour Community Bakery (see 14 Fri) Leaf Print Squares: A2 Parks & Ree 1 - 2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Bringfabric squares ort-shirtsto créate leaf prints, S3S10 family. Preregister 662-7802 Writing Workshop: Little Professor Book Co. 2:30-4 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. With local writer and teacher, Sherry Rozek. Focus: writing stories and essays, for ages 10-15. 662-41 1 0 Frontrunners 4:30 pm, CCRB. (see 1 Sat) African Dinner & Market: Southern África Committee of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights 6 pm, Central United Methodist Church, 23 E. Adams, Detroit. Proceeds to benefit MCHR, $5 advance$7 door. (81 0) 8322337 Astronomy: A2 Parks & Ree 7 pmnidnight, Lnslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Telescopes, slide show, and lecture with the Lowbrow Astronomy Club. 662-7802 Reading & Book Signing: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E. Uberty. With Ronald Fernandez, authorof "Prisonersof nialtem:TheStrugglefor Justicein Puerto Rico," and "Cruising The Caribbean." 668-7652 Torn Paxton: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main. With opening act, Neal & Leandra, S1 2.50. 761 -1800 Tori Amos: UAC Sou ndstage 8 pm, Hill Aud. Touring her new release, "Under the Pink," S20S18.50. 763-TKTS 'Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Jonathan Katz: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30pm(see14Fri) SteveSomers Band wLady Sunshine: Wooden Nickel 1 0 pm, 901 Huron River Dr., Ypsi, (cali forfee). 482-6500 16Sunday Borders Book Daysto Benefit Wildflour Community Bakery (see 14 Fri) Breast Cáncer Awareness Month Seminar Little Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Discussions on self-examination and early detection. 662-41 1 0 Torn Paxton Children's Concert: The Ark noon, 637-1 2 S. Main, $5. 761 -1 800 20th Annual CROP Hunger Walk: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 2 pm, St. Thomas Catholic Church, 520 Bizabeth. A 1 0 kilometer walk to help fund hunger relief organizations in Washtenaw County and around the world. Pre-registration at 1 :30 pm at the church. 973-9776 Volleyball: LGBPO 2-4 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, 1st Unitarian Unhersalist Church, 1 91 7 Washtenaw. 741 -0659 Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians 2 pm (see 2 Sun) "From Violence to Peace-At Home and Around the World": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 1 1 Tue) Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 4 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Romance Book Club: Little Professor Book Co. 6:30 pm, Westgate Shopping Qr. 662-41 10 'Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 7 pm (see 13 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Fred Small: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Pete Seeger calis him "one of America's best songwriters," SI 0S9.761 - 1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) 1 7 Monday Days Off Outdoors: A2 Parks & Ree 8 am-5:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Hands-on science activrties for children K-5, cali for fee. Register 6627802 "Women'sRights&Rhythms"WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 ara 763-3500 No School Days on the Farm: A2 Parks & Ree. 9 am-3:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Children K-5, four days, 521day per child. 994-2928. Teen LesBiGay Support Group 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Reading & Discussion: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. überty. Jack Hoffman, brother of Abbie, will talk about his new book, "Run, Run, Run: The Lives of Abbie Hoffman." 668-7652 Shamanic Joumeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 3 Mon) University Philharmonia Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Program: Beethoven & Stravinsky. 7634726 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 3 Mon) 1 8 Tuesday "One Foot in the Door": A2 Art Association 117 W. überty. Annual juried exhibit, part 2 runs thru 1 4 Nov. 994-8004 Swimmers: A2QUA (see 4 Tue) Nutrition for L if e: A2 Pa rks & Ree 1 01 1 :30 am, Bryant Community Ctr., 3 W. Eden Ct. Speaker on eating right. 9942722 Tenant Talk: A2 Tenarrts Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) "Proposition One &The Code of Conduct Bills": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channei 9. Two videos explaining important upcoming arms legislation. 769-7422 General Meeting: Huron Valley Group Sierra Club 7:30 pm, U-M Matthei Botanical Gardens, 1 800 Dixboro Rd. Special program on mushrooms, followed by social hour. 665-7345 WomanCircle: Creation Spirit uality 7:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Katte! Keineg: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S.Main. Music combines Breton, Welsh, and Irish nfluences, $8.75$7.75. 7611800 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Cary KocherPaul KeHer Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 4 Tue) 19 Wednesday Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 5 Wed) Orientation: Ypsi Food Co-op 2 pm (see8Sat) Meeting: U-M LGB Staff Assoc. 5:30 pm (see 5 Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 5 Wed) Dance LectureDemonstration: U-M School of Music 7 pm, Berty Pease Studio Theater. With the Martha Graham Company. 763-4726 African-American Book Reading Club: Little Professor Book Co. 7:308:30 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Meet around the flreplace to discuss Oct. selections. 662-4110 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Abuse Survivors Thinking Politically 7:30 pm. Topic: What is abuse? (See 1 2 Wed) Meetings: Lesbian, Bisexual, & Gay Men Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Ann Arbor Poetry Festival & Spoken Word Extravaganza: The A2 Poetry ForumPerformance Networfc 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, Mich. League. Featuring some of the area's best performance poets, $3.50 in advance at Shaman DrumS4 at the door. 484-1405 Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637 12 S. Main, $3$2.761 -1800 Melissa Etheridge: UAC Soundstage 8 pm, Hill Aud. With opening act, Billy Pilgrim, $25. 763-TKTS Reading: Shaman Drum Bookshop 810 pm, 31 5 S. State. Frederick G. Dillen reads from his 1st novel, "Hero." 6627407 East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 20 Thursday Meeting: Homeless Action Commrttee 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Fundraising Dinner: Potawatomi Land Trust 6 pm, Romanoff 's Orchard House, 5850 Pontiac Trail. Cash bar, music by Irish folk band, dinner, silent auction, and speaker, $40 $75 couple Oncludes 1 yr mem.). (810) 231-4375 Folktales Revisited: Young People's Theater 7 pm, Abbot School, 2670 Sequoia Pkwy. Folktales, fairy tales, and fables, old and new, S5S3 students. 996-3888 Lesbian & Bisexual Women Coffee Hour 7 pm (see 6 Thu) Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) Reading: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. With author Susan Wright reading from her new book, "Molecular Politics." 668-7652 An Evening with Kay: Littl e Professor Book Co. 7:30-8:30 pm,Westgate Shopping Ctr. Discussion of books and bookst ores with the store manager, Kay Marsh and special guest Keith Taylor of Shaman Drum Bookshop. 662-41 1 0 VkJeo-"The AncientModem Witch: The Halloween Lecture": Creation Spirit uality 7:30 pm, 1522 Hill. Video and presentation challenging the ugly stereotypes of witches at Halloween. 665-3522 Lecture by the Artist: Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum 8 pm, 1 221 N. Woodward, Bloomfield Hills. Ed Fraga discusses'Thelsenhemlnterior,"acombination of paintings and sculpture examining the issues of life in a world with AIDS, (thru 30 Oct.). (81 0) 645-3323 Catie Curtís Record Release Party: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $8.75 $7.75.761-1800 Opus Mime: Washtenaw Council for the Arts 8 pm, Washt. Council for the Arts loft, 122 S. Main St., Suite 320. Performance by Perry Perrault, $7 (or "pay what you can"). 996-2777 "Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Committee 8 pm (see 6 Thu) Cathy Ladman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 31 4 E. Liberty, $1 0. 996-9080 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 21 Friday Swim Team: A2QUA Royal Oak (see 4 Tue) Bowling for People who are Blind Visually Impaired: A2 Center for Independent Living 3:30-6 pm, Colonial Lañes, 1 950 S. Industrial. A social dinner follows, $1 .35game, $.75shoe rental. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Publication Party: Shaman Drum Bookshop 4-6 pm, 315 S. State. Celebration of new book by Kathleen Daly, "Gender, Crime, and Punishment." The author will be on hand to sign books. 662-7407 Harvest Evening: A2 Parks & Rec. 59pm,CobblestoneFarm,2781 Packard. Traditional harvest activities, $2 person, S8family. 994-2928 Artists Reception: A2 Art Association 6-8 pm, 117 W. Uberty. For "One Foot in the Door," annual juried exhibit (part 2). 994-8004 "Pro positíon One & The Code of Conduct Bills": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 1 8 Tue) Childbirth Assistant Training Workshop: Informed Birth and Parenting 7-1 0 pm, cali for location. Instruction to assist with labor and birthing procedures asa career. register 662-6857 Reading & Discussion: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E Liberty. Jon Cowan, coauthor, wi 1 1 disc uss his new book, " Revo lution X: A Survival Guide for Our Generation." 668-7652 Ohost Stories: Little Professor Book Co. 7:30-8:30 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Poe, Lovecraft, and others around the fireplace. 662-41 10 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Magical Education Council of A2: Creation Spirrtuality 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Violet Vampires Movie: LGBPO 8 pm, 31 16 Mich. Union. Featuring "The Vampire Lovers." 763-41 86 "Sabbatai Zevi": U-M Residential College Players 8 pm, U-M Residential College Aud., E. Quad. Play based on the life of 17th Century Jewish ascetic, manic-depressive, apostate, and mes-r siah, S5S3 students. 763-0176 Jonathan Edwards: The Ark 8 pm, 637 12 S. Main. The one and only, $12.50. 761-1800 "Tïttabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Cathy Ladman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 20 Thu) Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, S5. 662-8310 Friday Dance Jam 10 pm (see 7 Fri) 22 Saturday Project Wild: A2 Parks & Ree. 9 am3:30 pm, Les! ie Science Ctr., 1 831 Traver. Adurt program of hands-on educational opportunities for the classroom, $25. Register 662-7802 Childbirth Assistant Training Workshop: Informed Birth and Parenting 9 am-6 pm (see 21 Fri) 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 10am-1 pm,ZionLutheranChurch,1501 W.Uberty. 663-0362 Storytime with Bart & Kim: Little Professor Book Co. 1 1 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Focus on trees-family trees-for ages 4-10. 662-41 1 0 1994 Birth & Parenting Fair Washtenaw Comm. College 1 pm, Campus Events Bldg. Lobby. Over 50 exhibitors, including midwives, breastfeeding cons litan ts, massage therapists, herbs.toys, books, etc. 998-1294 Frontrunners 4:30 pm (see 1 Sat) Astronomy: A2 Parks & Ree 7 pmmidnight(see15Sat) BETTY in "An All New Show": The Ark 7:30 & 1 0 pm, 637 1 2 S. Main. Three madcap musicians with brainy and bawdy songs and routines, $1 5. 761 -1 800 "Tïttabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Cathy Ladman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 20 Thu) Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Para - dise 9:30 pm (see 21 Fri) 23 Sunday Swim Team: A2QUA Fuller Pool (see 2 Sun) Potluck: Bisexual Gay & Lesbian Engineers & Scientists Group Time and place TBA. 763-4186 Meeting: Lesbian & Bisexual Women of Color Collective Time and place TBA 763-4186 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 8:30 an1 2:30 pm, Zien Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. 663-0362 Childbirth Assistant Training Workshop: Informed Birth and Parenting 9 am-6 pm (see 21 Fri) Breast Cáncer Awareness Month Seminar Little Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Meet with specialists who will discuss treatment and optkxis for women diagnosed with breast cáncer. 662-41 10 Get-Together Bert Chayim noon, cali forlocation. Apple-pick and coffee k lat ch with gay-les-bi Jewish group of A2Ypsi. 913-2130 Green Candidate "Hike": Sierra Club 1 pm, meet at A2 City Hall for leafletting "hike" for candidate Lynn Rivers. 434-1569 Support Group for People with Chronic Fatigue & Immune Dysfunction Syndrome: A2 Center for Indep. Living 1-3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971 -0277, 971 -031 0 (TDD) Volleybalt LGMBPO 2 pm (see 2 Sun) Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians 2 pm (see 2 Sun) "Proposition One & the Code of Conduct Bills": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 18 Tue) Music of Martha Graham: U-M School of Music 4 pm, Rackham Ampitheater. With the Michigan Chamber Players. 763-4726 Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 4 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) "Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Networtc 7 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Melanie KayeKantrowitz: Celebration of Jewish Arts 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St. Writer, activist, and teacher Melanie KayeKantrowitz is Director of the NYC-based Jewsfor Racial and Economie Justice. 7690500 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Sol y Canto: The Ark 8 pm, 637 1 2 S. Main. Mix of Chilean, Venezuelan, Puerto Rican and Mexican styies, $1 1 .50S1 0.50. 761 -1 800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) 24 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Self-Defense Workshop-For Women Only: U-M Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center 7 pm, Mich. Union Ballroom. Leam basic moves to protect yoursetf. Pre-registration&$5donation requested. 763-5865 Dating Violence Panel: SAPAC 79 pm, Morris Lawrence Bldg., WCC. 763-5865 Teen LesBiGay Support Group: Ozone House 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Shamanic Journeys: Creation Spirítuality 7:30 pm (see 3 Mon) Ann Arbor Bosnia Group 8 pm (see 11 Tue) Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 3 Mon) 25 Tuesday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 4 Tue) "The Tie That Binds-Rethinking Racism, Sexism and Violence": SAPAC 4 pm, Mich. League Ballroom. Lecture by Patricia HiU Colli ns, U-M 1 994-95 Presidenta! Professor of Women 'sStudies and American and African Studies. 763-5865 Finding F all: Ecology Center & A2 Parks & Ree. 4-5:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1831 Traver. Children ages4-6yearsleamaboutthecoiors of fall, $5. 662-7802 Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Business Plan Development: Community Development Corp. & Women's I nttiative for Self Employment 7 pm, 2008 Hogback Road, Suite A. "How-To" seminar for new local businesses, f ree with $30 CDCorWISEmembership. 677-1 400 Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) "Rise Up Singing - Michigan Friends Center Benefit": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. Folk music sing-atong. 769-7422 "Freedomon My Mind": National Lawyers Guild 7:30 pm (short talk), 8:30 pm (film), Aud. 4 MLB, 812 E. Washington. Documentary of Mississippi Voter Registration Project (1961-64), S5-S20 on sliding scale with proceeds benefitting the Fair Housing Center of Washtenaw County. 994-3426 Yoga Course: Zen Buddhist Temple 7:30-9 pm, 1214 Packard, S50 for 6 classes. 761-6520 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 4 Tue) 26 Wednesday Brown Bag Lunch: Kempf House noon (see 5 Wed) Muscular Dystrophy Support Group: A2 Center for Indep. Living 1 -3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971 -0277, 971-0310 (TDD) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 8a3 FM6-7pm(see5Wed) Annual Speakout for Survivors of Sexual Violence: SAPAC 7-1 1 pm, Mich. Union Ballroom. Survivors are giventheopportunitytodiscusstheir experiences. Public and anonymous speaking available. 763-5865 Meeting: Deep Ecology Group 7 pm (see 12 Wed) Reading & Discussion: Borders 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. Wrth Ethelbert MHIer, poet and editor of "In Search of Color Everywhere: A Collection of American Poetry." 668-7652 Queer Town Meeting 7:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 21 4 S. 4th Ave. Gathering to discuss gay issues. 763-4186 Abuse Survivors Thinking Politically 7:30 pm. Topic: Children's status in the U.S. (see 1 2 Wed) Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Meetings: Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men Aduft Children of Alcoholics 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637 1 2 S. Main, S3S2. 761 -1 800 East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 27 Thursday "Bodily Extremes-The Missing Middle in Popular Culture's Representation of Women": SAPAC noon-1 pm,Women'sStudy Lounge, 234 W. Engineering. Talk by Lisa McLaughlin. 763-5865 Meeting: Homeiess Action Conv mittee 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Enchanted Castle: A2 Parks & Ree. 5:45-8 pm, Bryant Community Ctr., 3 W. Eden Ct. Assemble castle with others, fee. Pre-register 9942722 Introductory Meditation Course: Zen Buddhist Temple 6:15-8:30 pm, 1214 Packard, $12OS1OO students for 5 classes. 761 -6520 "Defending Our Lfcres": SAPAC 7-9pm, 1 400ChemBldg. 1 994Academy Award Winning documentary, followed by discussion. 763-5865 Lesbian & Bisexual Women Coffee Hour 7 pm (see 6 Thu) Frontrunners 7 pm (see 4 Tue) Meeting: Lambda Gradúate Assoc. 7 pm (see 1 3 Thu) The Nellie Olesons: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. They're back! Openly gay, 2-man, 2-woman comedy troupe, $10. 996-9080 Oscar López: The Ark 8 pm, 637 1 2 S. Main. Chilean guitarist, $1 0S9. 761-1800 "Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) Meeting: Latín American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 6 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 5 Wed) 28 Friday Swim Team: A2QUA Royal Oak (see 4 Tue) Friends Helping Friends-Brown Bag Lunch: SAPAC noon, Women's Study Lounge, 234 W. Engineering. Forum to discuss the healing process for survivors of sexual violence. 763-5865 Publication Party: Shaman Drum Bookshop 4-6 pm, 315 S. State. Celebration of new book edited by Abigail J. Stewart and Anne C. Herrmann, "Theorizing Feminism: Parallel Trends in the Humanities and Social Sciences." The authors will be on hand to sign books. 662-7407 "Rise Up Singing - Michigan Friends Center Benefit": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 25 Tue) Freedom Fund Dinner. YpsilantiWillow Run Branch NAACP 7 pm, Radisson-on-the-Lake Resort and Conference Center, 1 275 S. Huron St, Ypsi, $50 (includes 1 -year membership n the NAACP). 480-9654 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Violet Vampires Movie: LGBPO 8 pm, 31 1 6 Mich Union. Featuring "The Hunger." 763-4186 RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm (see 1 4 Fri) "Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) John Tambirino: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 9:30 pm, 31 4 E. Liberty. Chicago-based comedy veteran, $10. 996-9080 Harvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, $5. 662-831 0 29 Saturday "Conjyanaü": Animania 9 anvmklnight, Angelí Hall. 3rd annual Japanese animation film festival. (810) 348-3504 Storytime: Little Professor Book Co. 1 1 am, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Spooky folktales and songs with Dawn Daniels, for ages 4-10. 6624110 The Great Pumpkin Fest: Ypsi Food Co-op 1 1 am, 31 2 N. RiverSt., Ypsilanti. Supervised pumpkin carving for the kids, samples of pumpkin treats, organic coffees and apple eider while you shop. 483-1520 Confidence&CreativityThrough Movement: Young People's Theater 3 pm, Abbot School, 2670 Sequoia Pkwy . Workshop forthe whole family. 996-3888 Animal Haunts(Halloween Walk): A2 Parks & Ree. 6-9 pm, Leslie ScienceCtr., 1 831 Traver. Meet mysteriouscostumed animáis on guided 40-minute tours (starting every 1 0 mins.), S3S10 family. 662-7802 Games & Cards Night at the Farm!: Older Lesbians Organizing 7:30 pm, cali for place. Halloween at the farm. Open to all women. 428-8824 "Tïttabawassee Jane": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 3 Thu) John TambJrino: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 9:30 pm (see 28 Fri) Ha rvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 28 Fri) 30 Sunday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 2 Sun) 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 9 am-1 2:30 pm, First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. 663-0362 Breast Cáncer Awareness Month Seminar Little Professor Book Co. 11 am-noon, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Meet with specialists who will discuss plastic and reconstructive surgery. 662-41 10 Waterloo Recreation Area Hike: Sierra Club noon, meet at A2 City Hall for carpool to Waterloo. 4290671 Halloween Party: Little Professor Book Co. 1-3 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. With Bart and Kim, for ages 4-1 0. RSVP 662-41 10 Feed the Poets: Del Rio 1 :30-4:30 pm, 122 W. Washington. Feat uring local poets and an hour of open mike. 761-2530 Volleybal!: LGBPO 2 pm (see 2 Sun) Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians 2 pm (see 2 Sun) "Rise Up Singing - Michigan Friends Center Benefit": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 25 Tue) Halloween Concert: U-M School of Music 5 & 8:30 pm, Hill Aud. Tickets by mail. 763-4726 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Dei Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Booked For Sundays: Little Professor Book Co. 7-8 pm, Westgate Shopping Ctr. Book group gathers aroundthefireplacetodiscusswhat's new. 662-4110 "Tittabawassee Jane": Performance Network 7 pm (see 1 3 Thu) "Jewish History, Jewish Religión - The Weight of Three Thousand Years": America n Student Organizaron, New Jewish Agenda, Palestine Solida rity Conv mittee 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. Dr. Israel Shahak, professor emeritus at Hebrew University, antiZionist, and prominent critic, will talk about his new book. 747-7968 Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Francés Black: The Ark 8 pm, 637 12S. Main. Irish pop vocalist,$1 2.50. 761-1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) 31 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Teen LesBiGay Support Group: Ozone House 7 pm (see 3 Mon) Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 3 Mon)

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