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1994
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To publicize December Calendar everrts, send formatted listings by November 15to AGEN DA, 220 S. Main St, A2, Ml 48104. Untess otherwise noted, all everrts I st ed n the CALENDAR are f ree and open to the public All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Tuesday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics (cali for time), Kimball High School, Royal Oak. Chariey 665-8063 ar Kelly 663-0036 "Effective Planning Yields Successful Development": NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1 100 N. Main St Workshop for nonproffis, S35. 998-0160 Fall Frolic: A2 Parks & Ree 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr, 1831 Traver. Children ages 4-5 years leam about how Mother Nature prepares for win ter, $20 covers four Tue. sessions. Pre-register 662-7802 Tenant Talle A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners: GayLesbian Running Club 6:30 pm, cal for place. Runners of all levéis and ages are welcome. 434-4494 or 763-186 "Créate an Effective Market Plan": A2 Community Development Corp. & Women's Initiative for Self Employmerrt 7-9 pm, 2008 Hogback Road, Suite A. "How-To" seminar for new local businesses, free with $30 CDC or WISE membership. 677-1400 teraeli Society Through tts Music: Progressive Zionist Caucus 7 pm, HiDel, 1429 HilSt. 769-0500 "Democracy in Haiti-Part 1": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, CableChannel 9. VideotapeofSept 30 talkatU-MbyJean Casimir, Haitian Ambassador to the U.S. 769-7422 U-M Folk Dancing Club: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 7:30 pm, Leonardo's, lower level of NCC. Eastem European and Middle Eastem line dan ces, no partner needed, beginners welcome. 764-7544 WomanCircle: Creation Spiritual ity 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. All women welcome. 662-2159 Ann Arbor Bosnia Group: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 730Tappan. Focus: community education of the war crimes committed in Bosnia. 663-1870 Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Recital Hal, N. Campus. With Gary Netson, pioneer in the field of computer music. 763-4726 Martin Carthy & David Swarbuck: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Folk guitarist and fiddter, $9.75 members, students, seniorsS1 0.75 others. 761 -1 800 Jazz-Blues Jam with Steve Somers & Friends: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm-1 am, 207 W. Mich. Ave., YpsL 483-4470 Cary Koe herPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 2 Wednesday LGBPO "Next Step" Group 5-7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 31 16 Mk. Union. Open to al men and women, members of the University as wel as the A2 area Forthose who feel tney do not need a "coming out" group but would like to discuss other important issues. 763-4186 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 Meeting: Deep Ecology Study Group 7 pm, 1522 Hil. Group promotes "Earthcentered spiritualíty," and a 16-step program for personal growth. 665-3522 Open Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hilel, 1429 HU St Open meeting forthose int erested with Reform Jewishactivities on campus. 769-0500 Pacific Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group: LGBPO 7-8:30 pm, Espresso Royale, State St 763-4186 Community Reinvestment Workshop: A2 Community Development Corp. 7-9 pm, Arrowwood Comm. Ctr., 2566 Arrowwood Tral. How to get loans and credit even if you have a kw income. 677-1400 Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open A 7-9 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. Open to all men, members of the University as well as the A2 area 7634186 UTERARY EVENTS Book Readings, Publication Parties, Poetry Readings, Writers Groups, etc. are now listed in the UTERARY EVENTS Calendar (see pages 11-12). Meeting: Michigan Campaign for Human Dignity, Was htenawCourrty Chapter 7:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore. MCHD is currentty restructuring in order to form a permanent gaylesbian bisexual politica) organization. 763-41 86 Queen Ida: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 63712S. Main. The reigning monarch of zydeco returns, $15. 761 -1800 "A Thanksgiving Feast Any Turkey Would Love": Vegetarían Information Nerwork & Exchange (VINE) 7:30 pm, Gu ild House, 802 Monroe. Vegetarían cooking demo fülod with holiday foods, S2 indudes samples. 668-9925 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm, YpsiArbor Lanes. Mixed league with 1 2 teams of four people. All abilities welcome. 4346176 Meeting: Lesbian.Bisexual.&GayMen's Adurt Children of Aicoholics 7:30 pm, Rainbow Rm., St Andrew's Episcopal, 306 N. División. 665-6939 Video Planning Meeting: Peace Insight 8 pm, (cali for location). Créate, videotape, and edit TV shows for local cablecast Topics nclude all peace and justice issues. 761 -7749 Meeting: East Quad Social Group 9 pm, (cali for location). A social & support group for students who are lesbians, gays or btsexuals. 763-4186 Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3.662-8310 3 Thursday "Achieving Ef fective Decisions In Meetings: How To Get As Much Done In Half The Time": NEW, Inc. 1-4 pm, NEW Center, 1100 N. Main St Workshop for nonprofits, $35. 998-01 60 Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-B 4:30-6 pm, LGBPO, 31 1 0 Mich. Union. Open to all men, members of the U niversity as wetl as the A2 area. 763-41 86 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 930-0601 They Might Be Giants: Prism Productions 6:30 pm, State Theater, 2115 Woodward Ave., Detroit With FrankBbck, S16.99-MUSIC Frontrunners 6:30 pm, cali for location (see 1 Tue) Lesbian & Bi Women's Coffee Hour 7 pm, Zmgerman's Next Door, 422 Detroit 995-4483 Shawn Colvin: Prism Productions 7:30 pm, Michigan Theater. Grammy award winning singersongwnter, with opener David Gray, $15.50$18.50. 99-MUSIC Women's Coming Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 7:30-9 pm, LGBPO, 3110 Mich. Union. This group is imited to 10 people. Open to all women, members of the University as wel as the A2 area 7634186 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm, 41 20 Mich. Union. 662-5552 VISUAL ARTS EVENIS Art Exhibitions, Workshops, Artist Opportunities, etc, are now listed in the VISUAL ARTS Calendar (see page 21). Live Jazz: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, Leonardo's, lowertevel NCC. 764-7544 Milt Able: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. A jester obsessed with the subtle ironies of life, S10. 996-9080 Live Call-ln: Peace InSight 9:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. Topic: " Attemative Politica! Parties." 769-7422 Blue Rodeo: Prism Productions 9:30 pm, Blind Pig. Country -fiavored Canadian rock,S10.99-MUSIC. Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 4 Friday Weekend Meditation Retreat: Neahtawanta Center 1308 Neahtawanta Rd., Traverse City. With Pandavi, from the Kripalu Center for Yoga Prices vary according to lodging. (61 6)223-731 5 Swimmers: A2QUA (see 1 Tue) Days Off Outdoors: A2 Parks & Ree. 8 an5:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr, 1831 Traver. Woods, water, and wildKfe with hands-onactivities and games fbrchHdren K-5years, S25child. Pre-register662-7802 "Sexual Abuse-Therapy in the Shadow of the Courtroom" Conference: Coalition for the Accuracy About Abuse 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Rd. Keynote address by Sherry Quirk, J .D. , Directorofthe American Coalröon for Abuse Awareness, S65S75. 485-6861 School Days on the Farm: A2 Parks & Ree. 9 am-3:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr, 1831 Traver. Crafrs, cooking, stories and games for children K-5 years, S21child. Pre-register 662-7802 "Bridges to Cuba" Conference: U-M Anthropology Dept. 1-6 pm, 2553 LSA Bldg. Two-day event featuring lectures, performances and artists' presentations by Cubans and Cuban-Americans (see 5 Sat). 764-7274 SPIC-MACAY Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 6 pm, Mcl ntosh Theatre. The Society for the Promotion of indian Cbssical Music: andCultureAmongstYouth presents Prof. Debu C howdhuri. 763-4726 Speaker'sTraining:LGBPOEducational Outreach Program 6-10 pm, (cali for place). First sesskm of 20-hour program (see 5 Sat & 6 Sun, 1 0 am-6 pm). Edúcate others about sexual oríentation, same-sex rebtionships, harassment, physicalassautt and other issues relevant to the lesbkjay community. 763-4186 "Democracy in Haiti-Part 1": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 1 Tue) Rosh Hodesh Service: Jewish Feminist Group 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Httl St Creative, feminist service. 769-0500 Electronic Music Studios Open House: Midwest Composers Symposium 7-8 pm, Hil Aud. (rearentrance). 763-4726 Meeting: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm, Rainbow Rm (AA); UpstairsLounge(Alanon), St Andrews Episcopal, 306 N. División. 665-6939 Magical Education Council of A2: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, Guikd House, 802 Monroe. Topic: "The Psychotogy of Ritud." 761-1137 Jeremy Steward: People Dancing's "Fine. Be ThatWay" Series 8 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. Choreographermusician creates highly itérate work filted with unexpected imagery. Discussion folbws performance, $8. 930-6596 Lou Reid, Terry Baucom & Carolina: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Named Emerging Artist of the Year at the most recent International Bluegrass Music Association Awards. S9 members, students, seniors$1 0 others. 761 -1 800 Concert I-Contemporary Directions Ensemble: Midwest Composers Symposium 8 pm, Rackham Aud. 763-4726 Whirling Dervishes of Turkey: University Musical Society 8 pm, HUI Aud. Combinatjon of rhapsodicai music with the chanting of poetry and rtiythmic dancing, S14-S26. 764-2538 Faculty Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Recital Hall, N. Campus. Cello and piano program. 763-4726 Five Guys Named Moe: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, Leonardo's, lower level NCC . Acoustic sextet plays the best in American jazz, traditional and popular music. 764-7544 Milt Able: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 4 Thu) Jackopierce: Prism Productions 9:30 pm, Blind Pig. High energy duo from Dalbs,S10. 99-MUSIC Ramona Collins: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Jazz and blues, S5. 6628310 Friday Dance Jam 10 pm, 1 1 1 Third St Eclectic, recorded dance music (fee) free to bring your own tapes). and alcohol-free.childrenwelcome.wrieelchajr accessible, S2. 663-6845 5 Saturday Speaker1 s Training: LGBPO Educational Outreach Program 10 am-6 pm, cali for place, (see 4 Fri) Concert II: Midwest Composers Symposium 1 0:30 am, Mcl ntosh Theatre. 7634726 PotlucfcGays&LesbiansOlder&Wiser 1 1 am-1 pm, Turner CHnic, 1 01 0 Wal. 9365962 Shabbat Lunch: Conservative Minyan 12:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St Reserve 2 days in advance, $3. 769-0500 "We Hate Rain": A2 Parks & Ree. 1 -2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1 831 Traver. From puddlesto rainbows, forchildren 4-7years, S5child. Pre-register 662-7802 "Bridges to Cuba" Conference: U-M Anthropology Dept. 1 -6 pm (see 4 Fri) Concert III: Midwest Composers Symposium 1 :30 pm, Recital HalL 763-4726 Concert IV: Midwest Composers Symposium 4 pm, Mdntosh Theatre. 7634726 "Bombing L.A., Justiceville, and Urban Love Poems": Ann Arbor Film Co-op 7 & 9 pm, Nat Sci. Aud. Independent documentan films by Gary G laser, with discussions with the filmmaker between showings, S3. 769-7787 Band-o-rama: U-M School of Music 7:30 pm, Hill Aud. Multi-band extravaganza with U-M's Marchlng Band, Symphony Band, Concert Band, & the Friars, S7S6. 763-2556 "Love, Etty": Hillel, Canterbury House, and others 7:30 pm, Mendetesohn Theater, Mich. League. A series of dramatic monologues chronicling the life of anaspirng writer who focused her visión on the Holocaust. Adapted for stage from "An Interrupted Life: The Diaries of Etty Hillesum,"S3. 769-0500 Havdalah Service: Reform Chavurah 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 HUI St Traditional ceremony fd towed by munchies and conversation. 769-0500 Steve Ferguson & the Midwest Creóle Ensemble: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Mam. Catch themon aSchoolkids' Records CD or better yet, live, S1 1 .50 members, students, seniorsSi 2.50 others. 761 -1 800 Concert V: Midwest Composers Symposium 8 pm, Recital Hall. 763-4726 Jeremy Steward: People Dancing's "Fine. Be That Way" Series 8 pm (see 4 Fri) Milt AbleiMainstreetComedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 4 Thu) Jackopierce: Prism Productions 9 pm, Small Ptanet, 220 MAC, MSU, E. Lansng,$7. 99-MUSIC Benefit Bash for WCBN 88.3 FM: PJ's Used Records 9:30 pm, Rick's American Cafe. HeadlinerTBA and all proceeds go to WCBN, U-M's nonprofit campuscommunity radio station, $5. 763-3500 Frank AJIison: Cava Java 9:30 pm, 1101S.Unhersity.Havesomefolkwith yourfroth,S3.741-5282 Ramona Collins: Bird of Paradise 9:30pm(see5Sat) 6 Sunday Les bian & Bisexual Women of Color Collective cal for time and location. LGBPO 763-41 86 3rd Worid Handcrafts Sale: SERR V 9:30 am-12:30 pm, First Methodist Church, 120 S. State. 663-0362 Speaker's Training: LGBPO Educational Outreach Program 10 am-6 pm. (see 4 Fri) Swimmers: A2OUA 1 1 am, Mack Pool. Charley 665-8063 or Kelly 663-0036 Intro to Internet: Little Professor Book Co. 2-3 pm, 2513 Jackson Rd. (Westgate Shopping Ctr). Free demo and seminar on the Information superhighway. 662-4110 Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians: Huron Valiey Community Church 2 pm Services, 3 pm Social, Church of the Good Shepherd, 2145 Independence. 741-1174 "De mocracy in Haiti-Part 1 ": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, CableChannel 9. (see 1Tue) Demo Day: A2 Parks & Ree. Instructlonal Skating Program 2:15 pm, Veteran's Indoor Ice Arena, 21 50 Jackson Rd. Fee for skaters, spectators free. 761 -7240 "Jester Hairston, Griot Extraordinary": Philips Educational Presentation 3 pm, Koessier Library, Mich, League 3rd floor. George Shirley, U-M Prof. of Music, wi II discuss the 60 -year career of Jester Hairston (see 4 pm). 764-2538 Kickoff Party: Jewish Lesbian, Bisexual, & Gay Collective 3 pm, 1 429 Hill St. A social group for bisexual, lesbian, and gay peoplefrom a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrou nds. 769-0500 " A Celeb ration of the Spiritual" : University Musical Society 4 pm, Hill Aud. Dr. Jester Hairston will conduct the UMS Choral Union in spirituals, gospels and African-American slave songs of the 20th century, $1 0S5 chüdren. 764-2538 Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 4-6 pm, (cali for location). Vince 741 - 9245 or LGBPO 763-41 86 LGBPO Men's Support Group 5-7 pm (see 2 Wed) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1 st Congreg. Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1 41 8 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 1 22 W. Washington. 761 -2530 Men's Coming Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 6:30-8 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. This group, is limited to 1 0 people. Open to all men, members of the University as well as the A2area 763-41 86 22+ Women's Bi-Friendly Group 7 pm, (cali for location). Meetings in public spaces forcoffee, food, and conversation. 763-4186 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. 484-0456 Dennis Cyporyn Band: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Banjoist touring his new release, "DejaVu Debut"S7.75 members, students, seniorsS8.75 others. 761 -1800 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm, 1 429 Hill St. Instruction and dancing, beginnersadvanced welcome, S2.50. 769-0500 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm, 208 S. First St Guest musicians join house band, The Terraplanes, S2. 971 -2469 Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Musicians invited. 662-8310 7 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Computer Hardware Basics for Nonprofits: NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1 100 N. Main St Workshop for nonprofits, S35. 998-01 60 Women's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group 5-7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 31 16 Mich. Union. Open to all women, members of the University as well as the A2area 763-41 86 Recablecast-"Live Call-ln": Peace InSight 5:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see3Thu) Multiple Sclerosis 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: Conference on the Holocaust 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill St Help plan the 1 6th Annual Conference on the Holocaust public ity, p rog ramming, and fundraising. Miriam769-0500 Meeting: Alliance for the Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7:30 pm, Education Center, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. Topic: "FollowingtheDoctor's Advice: Issues of Compliance." 9946611 Sha manie Joumeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, 1522 Hill. Joumey to other worlds via the shaman's drum. 665-3522 The San Francisco Mime Troupe: Performance Network & others 8 pm, PioneerHigh SchcolTheater. shore" is a musical comedy that dramatizes the economie and cultural changes now taking place on the Pacific Rim. The SF Mime Troupe is America' s premiere theater of politica! comedy and winner of a 1 987 Tony Award, S1 5S1 2$9students&seniors. 663-0696 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm, 51 8 E. Washington. 763-41 86 Frente!: Prism Productie ns 9:30 pm, Blind Pig. Sweet, smooth vocals backed by a melodie acoustic guitar, S7. 99-MUSIC Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. 14piece band, S3. 662-8310 The Kiss Me Screaming Review: Cava Java 9:30 pm, 1101 S. University. With special guests including Sophia Hanifi, $3. 741 -5282 Dyke Discussion Group 1 0 pm, Henderson House, 1 330 Milt. This group is open to all women. 763-41 86 8 Tuesday Swimmers: A2QU A (see 1 Tue) Budgeting-Nuts and Bolts for Nonprofits: NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1100 N. Main St Workshop for nonprofits, $35. 998-01 60 Fall Frolic: A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, for children ages 4-5 years. (see 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenante Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Tnuatron Dance Troupe: University Musical Society & Hillel 7 pm, Michigan Theater. Youthful Israeli exhibition dance group draws on music ranging from Laurie Anderson to Beethoven, $1 0S5 children. 764-2538 "Democracy in Haiti-Part 2": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. More of a videotape of Sept 30 talk at U-M by Jean Casimir, Haitian Ambassador to the U.S. 769-7422 The Future of Liberation Movements in Latin America": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice, U-M Program on Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Juigalpa Sister City Comm. & others 7:30 pm, St. Mary Student Chapel, William at Thompson. With author Philip Berryman and Catalina Romero, professor of sociology at the CathoKc University in Lima, Peru. 663-1870 5 Chinese Brothers: Schoolkids' Records Free Concert & The Ark 8 pm, 637-1 2 S. Main. N YC-based band with opener Cari Cacho-Negrete. 761 - 1800 Arts Chórale: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Featuring a universitywide chórale. 763726 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 1 Tue) 9 Wednesday LGBPO "Next Step" Group 5-7 pm (see2Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (soe 2 Wed) Judaism and Sexuality: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hille), 1429 Hil St. Leam about safer sex practices and discu ss what Judaism has tosayabout sexuality. 769-0500 Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-A 7-9 pm (see 2 Wed) Asian-Pacif c Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7-8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meetings: Lesbians, Bisexuals, & Gay Men Adult Children of AJcoholics 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Current Events Discussion: Progressive Zionist Caucus 7:30 pm, Shahrayar Restaurant 330 Maynard. Hummus, pita, and Middle East politics. 769-0500 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637 1 12 S. Main. M usidans sign up tor a short set at 7:30 pm, S3S2. 761 -1 800 Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Recital Hall, N. Campus. With pianist Thomas Mastroianni. 763-4726 East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 1 0 Thursday Israel Information Day: Hillel Leam about work, study , and travel in Israel. Cali for an appointment 769-0500 "Volunteeris m in the 2 1 st CenturyWill Your Organization Be Ready?": NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1100 N. Main St. Workshop for nonprofits, $35. 998-0160 Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-B 4:30-6 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Welcoming Potluck Dinner for Sebastian Chen Tut: Latín American Solidarity Committee 6:30-8:30 pm, Canterbury House, 518 E. Washington. Please bring dish of yourchoice. 662-5552 Frontrunners 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) Blue Vinyl: PJ'sNoKickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7 pm, PJ's Used Records &CDs, 61 7-B Packard Rd. Instore performance by up-and-coming blues band. 663-3441 Anderson Revisited: Young People's Theater 7 pm, Abbot School, 2670 Sequoia Parkway. A multi-media presentation of several classic tales, S4 $3 studente. 996-3888 "A Public Forum on Health Care Reform": Labor Party Advocates 7 pm, location TBA. With featured speaker, Dr. And rew Zweiffler, a member of Physicians for a National Health Plan. 994-7116 Meeting: Lambda Gradúate Assoc. 7 pm, 31 1 6 Mfch. Union. 763-41 86 Lesbian & Bi Women's Cof fee Hour 7 pm (see 3 Thu) LGBPO Movie Night 7:30 pm, 2209 Mich. Union. "A Simple Matter of Justice," official video of March on Washington. 763-41 86 "Goddess Remembered": Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm, 1522 Hill. Donna Read's award-winning film 665-3522 Women's Coming Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 7:30-9 pm (see 3 Thu) "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. A comedy about tove, identity, and the personal ads, written and directed by Detroit-area native Carol Shepherd, S12S9studs&srs(Thursdaysare"paywhat-you-can"). 663-0681 Peggy Seeger The Ark 8 pm, 637-1 2 S. Main. One of the true legends of fok music, $10. 761 -1800 Live Jazz: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Barry Neal: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Mainstreet debut of this vetefan of the Comedy Channel, and "Evening at the lmprov,"$10. 996-9080 Ron Brooks Trío: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 11 Friday Buhr Ice Rink Season Opens: A2 Parks & Ree. weather permitting, 2751 Packard. Public skating and drop-in hockey (cali for details). 971 -3228 Swim Team: A2QUA Roya) Oak (see 1Tue) "Personality Types-Working With All Of Them (Myers-Briggs)": NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1 1 00 N. MainSt Workshop fornonprofits,S35. 998-0160 "Stopping the Spread of Nuclear Weapons Worldwide": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice, U-M Program on Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Juigalpa Sister City Comm.&othersnoon(brown bag), Wesley Lounge, 1 st United Methodist Church, State St at Huron. Forum on the Nuclear Non-Proiiferation Treaty with Natalie GokJring, Deputy Director of the British American Security Council. 663-1870 "De mocracy in Haiti-Part 2": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 8Tue) "Anderson Revisited": Young People's Theater 7 pm (see 10 Thu) Veggie Shabbat Potluck: Grads & Young Professionals 7 pm, Lawyer's Club. Followod by entertainment trom Hillel'sacappellagroup, Kol ha-Kavod. 769-0500 "Guatemalan Refugees and Their Retum Home": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice and LASC 7:30 pm, 25 Angelí Hall. Video and talk with Sebastian Chen Tut, Co-Founder of the Permanent Commissions of Guatemalan Refugees. 663-1 870 "Le Samouri": Ann Arbor Film Coop 7:30&9:30 pm, MLB Aud 4. Masterpiece of French film noir, $3. 769-7787 Tim&MollieO'BrienwtheO'Boys: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Country-folk-bluegrass-gospel with sweet sibiing harmonies, $1 5. 761 - 1800 Discussion: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO) 7:30-9:30 pm, cali for location. Topic: Don We Now Our Gay Apparel? Open to women of all ages. 482-2996 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 4Fri) Whitley Setrakian & People Dancing: People Dancing's "Fine. BeThat Way" Series 8 pm, People Dancing Studio, 111 Third St A2-based company presents an array of thematic works. Discussion folbwseach performance, S8. 930-6596 "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me": U-M Residential College 8 pm, RC Aud. , East Quad. Play about an American, an Irishman and an Englishman taken hostage in the Middle East, $3 students$5. 994-3583. Ute Lemper Uni versity Musical Society 8 pm, Hill Aud. German-bom vocalist, named Billboard's #1 Classical Cross-Over artist of 1 993, performs works of Kurt Weill, Thelonius Monk, and others, SI 2-S24. 764-2538 The Raisin Pickers: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, Leonardo' s. Good old-time dance music, swing and newgrass. 764-7544 "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Barry Neal: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 11 Thu) The Johnny O'Neal Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, $5. Pianist formerly with The Jazz Messengers, S5. 6628310 1 2 Saturday "Computers as Tools" Workshop: NeahtawantaCenter9am-5pm, 1308 NeahtawantaRd., Traverse City. Basic terms and conceptsforusingyour computer as a commu n catión tooi, includ - ing a cruise on the internet, $75 (includes lunch). (61 6)223-731 5 Advanced Schottiche Workshop: Grand Tradit ons Vintage Dance Co. 1 0 am-noon, PittsfieldGrangeHall. Led by Erich and Karia GansmueHer, no partner required, $5. 429-0014 Pow Wow: EMU Multi-Cuttural Center 1 1 am-1 0 pm, Bowen Field House, EMU. Native American dance competition and exhibition, drumming, artists, artisans, and music, $7 ($10 weekend pass)S20 familiesS3 students & seniors. 487-0546 November Cooking Encounters: Ypsilanti Food Cooperative 1 1 am-3 pm, 31 2 N . Rivor St, Ypsilanti. Sample daky-free, lactose-free, and cholesterol-free rice milks. 483-1 520 Wild Thing for Kids: Little Professor Book Co. 1 1 am-noon, 251 3 Jackson Rd. (Westgate Shopping Ctr). Don't miss your chance to meet Wild Thing (for ages 4-1 0). 662-41 1 0 Ori ent at ion: Ypsi Food Co-op 2 pm, 31 2 N. River St.YpsL Leam about Ihe Co-op, how to join, products available. 483-1 520 Anderson Revisited: Young People's Theater 7 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Joel MabusrThe Ark7:30&9:30 pm, 63712 S. Main. Guitar, banjo, mandolín and fiddle "folk-a-billy, " $9 members, students, seniorsSI 0 others. 761 -1 800 "Le Samouri": Ann Arbor Film Co-op 7:30 & 9:30 pm (see 1 1 Fri) Havdalah Service: Reform Chavurah 7:30 pm (see 5 Sa!) VINX: Prism Productions 8 pm, The Majestic, 41 40 Woodward Ave., Detroit. Modem treatment of the tribal sounds, with strong jazz and pop overtones, S1 3.50. 99MUSIC "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me": UM Residential College 8 pm (see 11 Fri) "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Whitley Setrakian and People Dancing: People Dancing's "Fine. Be That Way" Series 8 pm (see 1 1 Fri) Barry Neal: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 1 1 Thu) Fingere: Cava Java 9:30 pm, 1101 S. University. Pop, jazz, punk, country, $3. 741-5282 The Johnny O'Neal Trio: Bird of Paradise9:30pm(see11 Fri) Steve Somers Band: The H eidelberg 1 0 pm, 21 5 N. Main. Six-piece R&B, funk, and blues (cali for fee). 487-1 977 13 Sunday Swimmers: A2QUA cali for time (see 6 Sun) Pow Wow: EMU Multi-Cultural Center 11 am-6pm(see12Sat) Madcat Ruth Kids Show: The Ark 1 pm, 637-12 S. Mah, $5. 761 -1800 Waving Wildflower Walk: A2 Parks & Ree. 1 -2:30 pm, Lesle Science Ctr., 1 831 Traver. Leam about forest and prairie pbnts and how they were used by Native Americans and pioneers, S3S10 famiry. Preregister 662-7802 "Anderson Revisited": Young People's Theater 2 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Minist ry to Gay Men, Bisexuals & Lesbians 2 pm (see 6 Sun) "Democracy in Haiti-Part 2": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Chan. 9. (see8Tue) Dance Potpourri : Grand Tradit ions Vintage Dance Co. 3-5 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hal. Live musicwrth the Contratones. Leam to waltz, tango, swing, etc., no partner required, $5. 429-0014 Frederica von Stade: University Musical Society 4 pm, Hill Aud. One of the worid's most beloved mezzo-sop ranos, S16-S42. 764-2538 Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 46 pm (see 6 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 6 Sun) Men's Coming Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 6:30-8 pm (see 6 Sun) Beit Kafe (Coffeehouse): Hillel 7-9 pm, Hilel, 1429 Hil St. Food, music, and creative expression. 769-0500 "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 7 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me": UM Residential College 8 pm (see 11 Fri) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm(see6 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 6 Sun) 1 4 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Women's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group 5-7 pm (see 7 Mon) Recablecast Live Call-ln: Peace InSight 5:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (See 6 Thu) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Shamanic Journeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) David Broza: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Touring nis latest release, "Second Street," $1 2.50. 761 -1 800 "What's Conservative About Being Conservativo?": Conservative Minyan 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St Discussion with Rabbi Robert Dobtusin. 769-0500 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Dyke Discussion Group 10 pm (see 7 Mon) 1 5 Tuesday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 1 Tue) Funders' Forum: NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1 100 N. Main St Workshop for nonprofits, $35. 998-0160 Fall Frolic: A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, fbr children ages 4-5 years. (see 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenante Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) "Winning Govt Contráete": A2 Communtty Devel opment Corp. & Women's Initiative for Self Employment 7-9 pm, 2008 Hogback Road, Suite A. "How-To" seminarfornew local businesses, free wrth $30 CDC or WISE membership. 677-1 400 "Anou Banou: The Daughters of Utopia": Progressive Zionist Caucus & American Movement for Israel 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hil St. winning documentar film, $1 . 769-0500 The Impact of 'False Memory Syndrome' on Professionals Working on Child Sexual Abuse Cases": Coalition for Accuracy About Abuse 7-9 pm, Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Meeting and discussion. 4856861 "Hutus Meet Tutsis in Ann Arbor":Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Channei 9. Several Hutu and Tutsi MSU studente discuss the history of the conflicts between their peoples. 769-7422 Diamanda Galas wit h John Paul Jones: Prism Productions 7:30 pm, Michigan Theater. Gurtar Player Magazine: "a cross between Jimi Hendrix, Steve Vai, and Buckethead," S1 52025. 99-MUSIC. Ann Arbor Bosnia Group 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) U-M Folk Dancing Club: North Campus Commons Arts & Programs 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) WomanCircle: Creation Sp irituality 7:30 pm (see 1 Tue) The Shaw Festival "Arms and the Man": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 8 pm, Power Center, S34-S42. 7642538 Cris Williamson & Tret Fure: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Two of women's music's most popular acts return as a duo, Si 3.75. 761-1800 Campus Symphony Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Program: Brahms and Bizet 763-4726 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 1 Tue) 16 Wednesday LGBPO "Next Step" Group 5-7 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: U-M LGB Staff Assoc. 5:30 pm (see 2 Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WC8N 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 2 Wed) Meeting: Deep Ecology Study Group 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Asian-Pacific Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7-8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Open Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 2 Wed) Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-A 7-9 pm (see 2 Wed) Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meetings: Lesbian, Bisexual, & Gay Men Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) The Shaw Festival "The Front Page": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 8 pm, Power Center, S34-S42. 7642538 Cris Williamson & Tret Fure: The Ark 8 pm (see 1 5 Tue) East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 17 Thursday Shop at Whole Foods Market to Benefit Wildflour Community Bakery 9 am-10 pm, Whole Foods Market, 2398 E. Stadium. Wüdflour Community Bakery, a notfor-profit bakery which has provided A2 with locaJIy-pnoduced organic breads for 20 years, wil receive 5% of your purchase pnce. 971-3366 "How To Save Time, Money and Aggravation On Your A-133 Single Audit": NEW, Inc. 9 am-noon, NEW Center, 1 1 00 N. Main St. Workshop for nonprofits, S35. 998-0160 Holiday Food Basket Giveaway: A2 Parks & Ree. 10 am, Bryant Community Ctr, 3 W. Eden Ct For kw-income A2 residents onry. Pre-regfeter 994-2722 Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-B 4:30-6 pm (see 3 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Conv mittee 5:30 pm (see 3 Thu) Frontrunners 6:3Qpm (see 1 Tue) Lesbian & Bi Women's Coffee Hour 7 pm (see 3 Thu) Women's Coming Out Group: LGBPO CLOSED Group 7:30-9 pm (see 3 Thu) Jem Moore & Ariane Lydore The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. "Cettic soul" meets driving South American rtiythms, jazz mprov, and more, S7.50 members, students, seniorsS8.50 others. 761-1800 Opus Mime: Washtenaw Council for the Arts 8 pm, Washt Council for the Arts kft 1 22 S. Main St., Suite 320. Performances by Opus Mime artists Michael Lee and Rebecca Surmount, wspecial guests. Followed by Q & A, S7 (or "pay what you can"). 996-2777 Jazz Combos: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Rackham Aud. 763-4726 Campus Philharmonia Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Mclntosh Theatre. 763-4726 Faculty Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Recital Hal. Violin and piano program. 763-4726 Live Jazz: NCC Arts & Programs 810 pm (see 3 Thu) "Arms and the Man": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 8 pm (see 1 5 Tue) "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 3 Thu) Scott Novotny: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E Liberty. Material that bounces akxig with aüthewonderfulnessofaLoony Tunes cartoon, S1 0. 996-9080 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 18Friday Swimmers:A2QUARoyalOak(see1 Tue) Brown Bag: LGBP0 11 :30 am-1 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. Topic: AIDS Awareness and Education. 763-4186 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, S1 .35game, .75 shoe rental. 971 -0277, 971 -031 0 (TOO) "Hutus Meet Tutsis in Ann Arbor": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable ChanneJ 9. (see 15 Tue) Jon Ballou Quintet: PJ's No Kickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7 pm, PJ's Used Records &CDs, 61 7-B Packard Rd. In-store performance by jazz ensemble. 663-3441 Phish: Prism Productions 7 pm (sharp), MSU Aud., E. Lansing, Si 8.50 $20. 99-MUSIC "Full Contact": Ann Arbor Film Coop 7:30 & 9: 30 pm, Nat Sci Aud. Uttravblent Hong Kong action-drama, S4. 769-7787 The Samples: Prism Productions 7:30 pm, Michigan Theater. With special guests, The Verve Pipe, $12.50 $15. 99-MUSIC Mr. B & his Trio: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Boogie-woogie standardsto rockin' origináis, $1 2.50. 761-1800 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & AJanon 7:30 pm (see 4 Fri) Magical Education Council of A2: Creation Sp ir tualit y 7 : 30 pm. Topic Islam in África and Traditional Religión." (see 4 Fri) Ben Miller: People Darte ing's "Fine. Be That Way" Series 8 pm, People Dancing Studio, 111 Third St Chicago-based performance artist offers up a mix of raw guitar, im prov isational sax, and sequenced "found sound" scores, rounded out by video and film, $8.930-6596 "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) The Front Page": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 8 pm (see 16 Wed) Scott Novot ny: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 17 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S.Ashley,S6. 662-8310 Friday Dance Jam 10 pm (see 4 Fri) 19Saturday OLO First Anni versa ry Celebration plans In progress, cali Nancy A. for details. 769-4750 2nd Annual Fur Bowl: Humane Society of Huron Valley 1 2-1 pmcheckm, 1-4 pm bowling, Colonial Lañes, 1 950 S. Industrial. Bowl-a-thon to benefit the animáis at the H u mane Society , $10 registration. 662-5585, ext 113 "The Front Page": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 2 pm (see 16Wed) Hockey Premier 1994: A2 Parks & Ree. 7-11 prn.Veteran'sIndoorlce Arena, 21 50 Jackson Rd. Back-tc-back Pioneer & Huron hockey games with demos by the A2 Amateur Hockey Assoc. and Figure Skating Club. 761-7240 Havdalah Service: Reform Chavurah 7:30 pm (see 5 Sat) "Full Contact": Ann Arbor Film Coop 7:30 & 9:30 pm (see 1 8 Fri) "Digital Nature": Digital Music Ensemble 8 pm, Mclntosh Theatre, School of Music. Collaboration of original music, dance, video, and film and other media technologies. 763-4726 "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) "Arms and the Man": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 8 pm (see 1 5 Tue) Ben Miller People Dancing's "Fine. Be That Way " Series 8 pm (see 1 8 Fri) Scott Novotny: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 17 Thu) Blast From the Past '80s Party: Hillel 9 pm, 1 429 Hill St. Dance to the tunes of the '80s. 769-0500 Steve Leggett & the Buzz Rats: Cava Java 9:30 pm, 1101 South University,S3. 741-5282 Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 18 Fri) Dance: Club Fabulous 10 pm-2 am, Power Center lobby. Monthly bi-gender, chem-free dance, S4. 763-4168 Steve Somers Band: T.C.'s Speakeasy 1 0 pm-2 am, 207 W. Mich. Ave., Ypsi. Six-piece R&B band. 483-4470 20 Sunday Swimmers: A2QUA cali for time (see 6 Sun) Meeting: Lesbian & Bisexual Women of Color Collective cali for time and ptace. 763-41 86 Winter Survival: A2 Parks & Ree. 1 - 3 pm, Leslie Science Ctr. , 1 831 Traver. Make and take yourown survival kit to put in your car, S1 5family (survival kit included). 662-7802 "Charlotte's Web": Michigan Theaters "Not Just For Fun" Series 1 :30 pm, Michigan Theater. ATheatreworks USA recreation of the classic for the stage, cal for info about tickets. 668-8397 "Arms and the Man": The 2nd Annual UMS Theatre Residency 2 pm (see15Tue) Pa ren ts - FT. AG An n Arbor 2 pm, First Unitarian Univ. Church. 741-0659 Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals & Lesbians 2 pm (see 6 Sun) "Hutus Meet Tutsis in Ann Arbor": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 1 5 Tue) Demo Day: A2 Figure Skating Club 2:15 pm, Veteran's Indoor Ice Arena, 21 50 Jackson Rd. Feeforskaters, spectators free. 761-7240 Michigan Chamber Piayers: U-M School of Music 4 pm, Recital Hall. 763-4726 "Digital Nature": Digital Music Ensemble 4 pm (see 1 9 Sat) Gay & Bisexual Men of Color Group 4-6 pm (see 6 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 6 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 6 Sun) Men's Coming Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 6:30-8 pm (see 6 Sun) "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 7 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Open Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hil St Open meeting for those interested with Reform Jewtsh activities on campus. 769-0500 The End of the IsraeliArab Conflict?": Progressive Zionist Caucus 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1 429 Hill St With Sammy Smooha, sociokxjist from Haifa University. 769-0500 Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) Flirtat ions: The Ark 8 pm, 637-1 12 S. Main. Rock' n' roll, doo-wop, salsa, gospel, and madrigals firmty grounded in gay politics, S1 3.50. 761 -1 800 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 6 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 6 Sun) 21 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms" WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Women's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group 5-7 pm (see 7 Mon) Michigan Youth Ensembles: U-M School of Music 7 pm, Hill Aud. Michigan's Youth Chamber Singers, Band, and Symphony Orchestra 763-4726 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Sha manie Journeys: Creation Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Dyke Discussion Group 10 pm (see 7 Mon) 22 Tuesday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 1 Tue) Fall Frolic: A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, forchNdren ages 4-5 years. (see 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 6:30 pm (see 1 Tue) "Keep Fermi 2 Closed": Peace InSight 7:05 pm, Cable Charme! 9. Presentaron of why Detroit Edison should shirt down Fermi 2. 769-7422 University Symphony and Philharmonia Orchestras: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Performing Kurka, Brahms, and the world premiere of "Dust Dances," by Derek BermeL 763-4726 Robert Earl Keen: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Texas country and folk,S1 2.50. 761-1800 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 1 Tue) 23 Wednesday Buhrrr Blast: A2 Parks & Ree. 3:305:1 5 pm, Buhr Park Outdoor Ice Rink. Special activities for children, including broomball (hockey with nerf balls and brooms), $2youthsand snrsS2.50 adult 971-3228 LGBPO "Next Step" Group 5-7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 2 Wed) Asian-Pacific Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7-8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Men's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group-A 7-9 pm (see 2 Wed) Suzanne Westen hoefen Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. An "out" lesbian who challenges all stereotypes and breaks down barriere, $10. 996-9080 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meetings: Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men Adult Children of Alcoholcs7:30pm(see2Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm (see 9 Wed) East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed) 25 Friday Swimmers: A2QUA Royal Oak (see 1 Tue) Drop-in Hockey: A2 Parks & Ree. 9:45-1 0:45 am, Buhr Park Outdoor Ice Rink. For ages 16 and under, S2.75. 971-3228 "Keep Fermi 2 Closed": Peace InSight 6:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 22 Tue) Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 4 Fri) "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Blair Shannon: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 1 0:30 pm, 31 4 E. Liberty. Stand up comedian and musical stylist, $10. 996-9080 Paul Vomhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, $5. 662-8310 Steve Somers Band: T.C.'s Speakeasy 10 pm-2 am (see 19 Sat) 26 Saturday 1994 Bleed & Read Blood Drive: Little Professor Book Co. 9 am-3 pm, 2513 Jackson Rd. (Westgate Shopping Ctr). 662-41 10 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 10 am-1 pm, Zton Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Uberty. 663-0362 Matt Watroba & Michael Barrett: The Ark 8 pm, 637-1 n S. Main. Storytelling, guitar-picking duo, $9 members, stds, snrsSI 0 others. 761 -1 800 "PersonalJesus":PerformanceNetwork 8 pm (see 10 Thu) Blair Shannon: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase &30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 25 Fri) Paul Vomhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 25 Fri) Steve Somers Band: T.C.'s Speakeasy 10 pm-2 am (see 1 9 Sat) 27 Sunday Cobblestone Farm Dance Series: A2 Parks & Ree. cali fortime, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Squares, contras, and other country dances geared toward families, $6 person, SI 0family. 483-4124 Swimmers: A2QUA (see 6 Sun) 3rd World Handcrafts Sale: SERRV 8:30 am-1 2:30 pm, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. 663-0362 Support Group for People with Chronic Fatigue & Immune Dysfunction Syndrome: A2 Center for Indep. Living 1 -3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971-0277, 971 -0310 (TDD) Ministry to Gay Men, Bisexuals, & Lesbians 2 pm (see 6 Sun) "Keep Fermi 2 Closed": Peace InSight 2:05 pm, Cable Channel 9. (see 22Tue) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (seo 6 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 6 Sun) Men's Corning Out Group: LGBPO Closed Group 6:30-8 pm (see 6 Sun) Tish Hinojosa with Buten Hancock: The Ark 7 & 9:30 pm, 637-1 2 S. Main. A nkjht of folk, country, latín, and adult attemative music, Si 2.50. 761 -1 800 "Personal Jesús": Performance Network 7 pm (see 1 0 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 6 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (seo 6 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 6 Sun) 28 Monday "Women's Rights & Rhythms": WCBN 88.3 FM 8:30 am. 763-3500 Women's Support Group: LGBPO Open Group 5-7 pm (see 7 Mon) Teen LesBiGay Support Group: Ozone House 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 7 Mon) Shamanic Joumeys: C reatíon Spirituality 7:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 7 Mon) Dyke Discussion Group 1 0 pm (see 7 Mon) 29 Tuesday Swimmers: A2QUA (see 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Frontrunners 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Opera Workshop: U-M School of Music 7 pm, Mclntosh Theatre. Love scènes f rom various operas. 763-4726 Ozone House Benefit with Mustard's Retreat The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Proceeds go to Ozone House, a home forainawaysand batterod women. With openers Cari Cacho-Negrete and two ottier big-time surprise local acts. 761-1800 Jazz-Blues Jam Session: T.C.'s Speakeasy 9 pm (see 1 Tue) Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 1 Tue) 30 Wednesday Muscular Dystrophy Support Group: A2 Ctr f or Indep. Living 1 -3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971 -0277, 971 -031 0 (TDD) Buhrrr BI ast: A2 Parks & Ree. 3:305:1 5 pm (see 23 Wed) LGBPO "Next Step" Group 5-7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Closets R 4 Clothes": WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 2 Wed) "Standing Faith to Faith": Reform Chavurah & Unitarian Universalist Church College Age Group 7 pm, Hülel, 1429 Hill St Topic: Inter-farth dating and relations. 769-0500 Opera Workshop: U-M School of Music 7 pm, Mclntosh Theatre. Ensemble scènes from varíous operas, and Shakespeare monologues. 7634726 Asian-PacificLesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7-8:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Men 's Support Group: LGBPOOpen Group-A 7-9 pm (see 2 Wed) Hanukkah Party: Bert Chayim 7:309:30 pm, cali for location. Share latkes wilh gay-les-bi Jewish group of A2 Ypsi (bring a desert to share). 91 32130 Meeting: Michigan Campaign for Human Dignity.WashtenawCounty Chapter 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Meetings: Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30 pm (see 2 Wed) Liz Story: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Windham Hill recording artist, S1 3.75. 761-1800 FacultyGuest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Recital Hall. Piano and voice program. 763-4726 East Quad Social Group 9 pm (see 2 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 2 Wed)

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