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UTERARY EVENTS Book & Poetry Readings, Publlcation Parties, Writers Groups, etc are now Usted m the UTERARY EVENTS Calendar (page 10). VISUAL ARTS EVENT5 Art Exhibitlons, Workshops, Artist OpportunHies, etc, aro now Usted in the VISUAL ARTS Calendar (page)). To publicize October Calendar events. send formatted listings by September 15 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main SI., A2, Ml 48104. Unless ottierwise noted, all events listed in the CALENDAR are (ree and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless ottierwise noted. 1 Friday Disarmament Group Meeting: Interfaith Council lor Peace & Justice noon. 730 Tappan. Work in support of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. 663-1870 "Understanding Sexual Diversity": Queer Unity Project 2-3:30 pm, Pond Rm., Mich. Union. Workshop exercises, presentations & discussion. 763-4186 Meeting: Asían Pacific Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7 pm. LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. 763-4186 Meeting: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm, Rainbow Rm (AA); Upstairs Lounge (Alanon), St. Andrews Episcopal, 306 N. División. 665-6939 First Friday Shabbas Gathering: Jewish Cultural Society 7:30 pm, Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. Shabbas ritual, readings & discussion. Child care & dessert provided. 665-5761 "The Fox": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Seductive drama explores the passion and power in relationships, $12$9 studs & srs. 663-0681 JazzwtheAndrewBishopTrio:Leonardo's810 pm, N. Campus Commons. 764-7544 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 89:30 pm, Kimball High School, Royal Oak. 6630036 Tim Rowlands: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm, 31 4 E. Liberty. Juggler extraordinaire. $10. 996-9080 Coffee Hour & Necto Night: Queer Unity Project 9:30 pm, Espresso Royale Caffe, 324 S. State St. Lesbigay coffee hourfmeetat the rainbow flag) f ollowed by dancing at the Nectarine. 7634186 Harvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Steel Pole Bathtub: Prism Productions 9:30 pm (doors), Blind Pig, 208 S. First. Too arty to be rock, to rockin' to be art, $6 adv. 99-MUSIC 2 Saturday Cycling: Steer Queer Bicycle Group 1 0:30 am, Barton Park. Moderate-paced 20+ mile bike ride for men & women. Jamie, 662-1263 Potluck: Gays & Lesbians Older & Wiser 1 1 am-1 pm, Turner Clinic, 1010 Wall. 936-5962 Power Walk: Queer Unity Project 2-4 pm, LGBPO Lounge,3116Mich.Union.Tourplaces of interest for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and gayfriendly students. 763-4186 "The Fox": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Fri) Tim Rowlands: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 1 Fri) Service, Song, Seinfeld & Snack: Hillel9:15 pm, 1429 Hill. 769-0500 Harvey Thompson & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 1 Fri) 3Sunday Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO 9 am, cali for location. A2's queer runningwalking group. Don, 434-4494 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 9:30am,FullerPool.Coachedswimmingworkout for all ability levéis. 663-0036 WeeklyChineseMeditation: International Yan Xin Qigong Assn. 10:30 am-noon, 1014 Dow Bldg., U-M North campus. Methods of health improvement. stress reduction & fitness. 9942760 Living History Day: A2 Parta & Ree. noon-4 pm, Cobblestone Farm , 2781 Packard Rd. Demonstrations of farrn-related activities, $1.50 adults$1 youths & srs. 994-2928 "Upstairs at Borders": Borders 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. The Galliard Trio - a string trio playing a classical repertoire. 668-6652 Task Force for Gay & Lesbian Concerns: Great Lakes Chapter of Lutherans Concerned 2 pm, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 34567 Seven Mile Rd., Livonia. John, 668-7622 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm. 122 W. Washington. 761-2530 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1 st Congreg. Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1418 Il-V-I Orchestra: The Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm, 21 5 N. Main. Dance to big band music, $3. 6637758 "The Fox": Performance Network7 pm (see 1 Fri) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 218 ll. Adams, Ypsi. 484-0456 Jazz w Payton MacDonald & Jessica: Leonardos 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. 764-7544 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm, 208 S. First St. Whouse band, The Terraplanes, $2. 971-2469 Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Musicians invited. 662-8310 4 Monday Coffee & Chat: State Sen. Alma Wheeler Smitfi 7-9 am, Charlie's Country Squire, 2600 Washtenaw, Ypsi. Informal discussion about state issues. 800-344-ALMA "Understanding Sexual Diversity ': Queer Unity Project 2-3:30 pm (see 1 Fri) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm, 31 1 6 Mich. Union. Open to all women. 763-4186 Multiple Sclerosis Support Group: A2 Center for Indep. Living 7-9 pm, 2568 Packard. 9710277, 971-0310 (TDD) 22+ Women's Bi-Friendly Group 7:30 pm, cali for location. Meetings in public spaces for coffee, food, and conversation. 763-4186 "Tales of the City": Queer Unity Project 8 pm, MLB Rm. 201 3. Part 1 of the hilarious video of a young woman who moves to San Francisco du ring the 70s free love era. 763-4186 Jazz w Abby Alwin, Mikael Elsia, & Iriends: Leonardos 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. 764-7544 Social tor Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm, 518 E. Washington. 763-4186 Bird of Paradise Orchestra: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley. 1 4-piece band, $3. 662-831 0 STuesday Auditions: A2 Cantata SingersCall to schedule an audition with A2's Premiervocal ensemblethru 7 Thu. 994-3704 "The Grouchy Ladybug": A2 Parks & Ree. 1 - 2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1 831 Traver. Bug walks, art projects and storiesforchildren ages 4-5. Runs fourTue sessions, $25. Pre-register, 662-7802 Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm, cali for location. 662-2222 Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO6:30pm,Gallup Park. A2's queer runningwalking group, for people of all ages & abilities. Don, 434-4494 First Tuesday Poetry Reflection: Guild House 7-8:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Spiritual reflection on selected poetry. 662-5189 Meeting: Rainbow Oasis Center 7 pm, Common Language. Help créate a gay, lesbian & bisexual community center in A2. 913-9516 Auditions tor "The TripTo Bounttful":Croswell Opera House 7-10 pm, 129 E. Maumee St, Adrián. Cast requirements are six men, three women, and extras. 517-264-SH0W Labor Film S Video Series: Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm, 103 W. Mich. Ave., Ypsi. 483-3548 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 7:30 pm, Botsford Pool, Livonia. 663-0036 Meeting: Living with HIV 7:30-9 pm, cali for location. HARC, 572-9355 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Leonardos 7:30 pm, N. Campus Commons. Eastern European & Middle Eastern line dances. Beginners welcome, no partner necessary. 764-7544 Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 6 Wednesday Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM Radio Q (6 pm) followed by Closets R 4 Clothes (6:30 pm). News and more for the LesBiGay communiies. 763-3500 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals6 pm (see 3 Sun) Vegetarían Potluck Picnic: VINE630 pm, Bums Park Warming Shelter, Baldwin & Wells. Bring a serving utensil, list of ingredients & place setting, $5 (free if you bring a vegan dish to share). 668-9925 Meeting: Coalition Against the Contract "On" America 7 pm, Mich. Union. Campus & community activist group. 913-0006 Liturgists' Round Table: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm, Common Language, 215 S. Fourth Ave. Plan the fall equinox ritual. Fox, 665-8428 Bowling: Rainbow League 7:30 pm, Ypsi-Arbor Lanes, 2985 Washtenaw, Ypsilanti. Gay, lesbian, bisexual bowling league! All abilities are welcome. 763-4186. Shamanic Joumeys: The Seeker 7:30 pm. 1 522 Hill (behind 1 520). Gentle trance session. 665-3522 Jake Reichbart: Leonardo's 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. Jazz & pop guitar. 764-7544 Open House: Hillel 8-1 0 pm, 1429 Hill. Over 25 Hillel-affiliated groups will be represented. 7690500 Ron Brooks Trio w Riek Roe: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 The Waltons: Prism Productions 9:30 pm (doors), Blind Pig, 208 S. First. Canadian alternapop, $6 adv. 99-MUSIC 7 Thursday Carnival '95- Veterans Swim Team Fundraiser: A2 Parks & Ree. 1 -4 pm, Veterans Pool, 2150 Jackson Rd. Games & prizes (fee). 761-7240 Open House: LGBPO4-6 pm. Meet new and old friends and learn more about ourservices. 7634186 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm, 802 Monroe. 930-0601 Shulcan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm, Cava Java, E. University & S. University. Practice your Hebrew in a fun, social atmosphere. 769-0500 PositiveWomen's Support Group: HARC6:308:30 pm, cali for location. 572-9355 Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBP0630 pm (see 5 Tue) "Irish and Welsh Mythology ': Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm, Common Language, 21 5 S. Fourth Ave. Discussion. Fox, 6658428 "Fire Your Boss": Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm, 103 W. Mich. Ave., Ypsi. Informal roundtable discussion. 483-3548 Jazz Jam I: Oz's Music Environment 8 pm, 1920 Packard. Musicians of all levéis can jam with the Randy Napoleon Quintet. Smoke-free, $1 (musicians free). 662-3683 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm, 4120 Mich. Union. 662-5552 Live Jazz: Leonardo's 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. With members of the U-M School of Music Jazz Studies Programs. 764-7544 "Shooting Simone ": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Explores the life of Simone De Beauvoir and her 50-year relationship with Jean Paul Sartre, $1 2$9 studs & srs (Thursdays are "pay-what-you-can"). 663-0681 Mark Moran: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Comedy tornado, $10. 996-9080 Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm, 1585 Franklin, Detroit. Big band jazz, $2. 313259-1374 Ron Brooks Trio wifti Eddie Russ: Bird ol Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 6628310 8 Friday Piano Teaching Workshop with Irene Peery: U-M School of Music 9 am-3:30 pm, School of Music Recital Hall. Lecture and master class with intermediate-level students, $35$15 studs. 763-0594 Festilall on the Diag 1 1 am-4 pm. Info. booths by more than 200 student groups. 763-5900 Meeting: Asían Pacific Lesbian Gay Bisexual Social Group 7 pm (see 1 Fri) Discussion: Older Lesbians Organizing (0L0) 7:30-9:30 pm, Common Language, 215 S. Fourth Ave. Open to women of all ages. Nancy, 769-4750 Cyber-Spirituality": Magical üducational Council of A2 7:30 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. How to find spiritual material on the Internet. 665-3522 Meeting: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 1 Fri) Laughing Out Loud: Leonardo's 8-1 0 pm, N. Campus Commons. Jazz. 764-7544 Teresa Trull w Nina Gerber: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Deep-voiced R&B performer, $11.25. 761-1800 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8-9:30 pm (see 1 Fri) "Shooting Simone": Performance Nelwork 8 pm (see 7 Thu) Mark Moran: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Michael Rose: Prism Productions 9 pm (doors), The Majestic, 4140 Woodward, Detroit, $10 adv. 99-MUSIC Ramona Collins & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. With Ron Brooks Trio, $5. 662-8310 Scott Morgan's Key to the Highway: The Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Rock & rollblues (fee). 663-7758 "Rocky Horror Picture Show": U-Club 10 pm, 1st fl. Mich. Union. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $2. 763-8426 9 Saturday Dundee Downtown Day: Dundee Jaycees 9 am-5 pm. Arts, crafts, community yard sale, food & entertainment. 529-3940 Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Rec. 10 am-noon, Gallup Park Canoe Livery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Beginning course on basic techniques, $7.50. Pre-register, 662-9319 Cycling: Steer Queer Bicycle Group 10:30 am (see 2 Sat) "Adding YearsTo Life and UteTo Years": Whole Foods Market 11 12:30 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Lecture by Dr. Thomas M. Klapp on healtti and lifestyle issues. Preregister, 971-3366 Basic Witchcraft: Magical Educational Council of A2 7:30 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hill St. (behind the co-op house). Informal discussion of the Oíd Religión of Europe. 665-3522 RFD Boys: The Ark8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. The area's premier bluegrass band, $8.75 $7.75 mems, studs & srs. 761-1800 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 8 pm (see 7 Thu) "Weekend Comedy": Purple Rose Theatre Co. 8 pm (see 2 Sat) Mark Moran: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 1 0:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Ramona Collins & Friends: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 8 Fri) Club Fabulous Dance Party: LGBPO 10 pm-2 am, Power Center. Ann Arbor's mondo-homo mega-mix dance party for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trangendered peopleandtheirfriends.Nosmoking.booze, ordrugs, $4. 763-4186, Wild Sheep Riders: The Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Country-Western music (fee). 663-7758 Still Standing: U-Club 1 0 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. Rock band. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 10 Sunday Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBP09am (see 3 Sun) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 9:30 am (see 3 Sun) Weekly Chinese Meditation: International Yan Xin Qigong Assn. 1 0:30 am-noon (see 3 Sun) Crooked Lake Hike: Sierra Club 1 pm, carpool f rom A2 City Hall parking lot. Hike five-mile gentle trail. 429-0671 Second Sunday Stroll - Fungus Among Us: A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr„ 1 831 Traver. Check out gills, spores & slimy caps of mushrooms, Preregister, $3$10 family. 662-7802 Ragtime Tango Workshop: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Academy 1-3 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall, A2-Saline Rd. Learn this sultry dance that's as easy as walking - no partner required, $5. 769-0041 Kids' Open Stage: Oz's Music Environment 1 pm, 1920 Packard. Stage experienceforyoung musicians. 662-3683 "Upstairs at Borders": Borders 1 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. The Vanguard Saxophone semble will play classícal, popular, ethnic & jazz music. 668-6652 Dance Potpourri: Grand Traditions Vintage Dance Academy 1-3 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall, A2-Saline Rd. Wattz, tango, swing & more. All abilities welcome- no partner required, $5. 769-0041 "The Many Creative Faces of African Mblra": U-M School of Music 2 pm, U-M School of Music Recital Hall. Lecture on the ancient African keyboard instrument by ethnomusicology prof. Paul Berliner. 7630594 Summer's End Celebration Picnic: Rainbow Oasis Center 3 pm, Wheeler Park, Depot & N. Fifth Ave. Forthe gay, lesbian & bisexual community. Bring your own food. 913-9516 Faculty Recital by Arthur Greene: U-M School of Music 4 pm, School of Music Recital Hall. The Complete Etudes of Scriabin. 763-0594 Auditions: Kol HaKavod pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Try out for this a cappella sensation. 769-0500 Meeting: AmnestylnternationaM 30 -5:30 pm, Mich. Union Tap Room. 973-7004 Live Jazz 'n Dinner: U-Club 6-8:30 pm, 1 st f I. Mich. Union. The Matt Weiers Duo. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests. 7638426 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 3 Sun) Mass Meeting for "The Grand Duke": UM Gilbert & Sullivan Society 7 pm, Mich. League Henderson Rm. Meeting foranyone interested in on-stage or oackstage work on the production. 761-7855 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 7 pm (see 7 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: The Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm (see 3 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 3 Sun) Fred's Not Irish: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Irish & Scottish tunes, $8.75$7.75 mems, studs &srs. 761-1800 Moxy Fruvous: 7th House 8 pm (d oors) . 7 N . Saginaw, Pontiac. Canadian rockjokesters, $6.50 adv.$8 day of show. 810-335-8100 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 3 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session 9 pm (see 3 Sun) 11 Monday Coffee & Chat: State Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith 7-9 am, Sweetwaters Cafe, 111 Washington. Informal discussion about state issues. 800-344-ALMA Want to talk state politics? State Senator Alma Wheeler Smith will be holding "coffee & chat" sessions every Monday this month at various restaurants and cafes in her district (see 4 Monday). You can "Meet Your Representatie," Liz Brater, at the Michigan League lor a discussion of current events and women in government sponsored by the Washtenaw County Women's Politica! Caucus (see 16 Saturday). And State Representative Mary Shroer (not pictured) will host a meeting of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom where the topic will be "The Turmoil in Human Welfare" (see 11 Monday). Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 4 Mon) Auditions: "Talk To Us" 7-9 pm, West Quad, Wedge Room. Try out for the U-M interactrve theater group examining racism, sexism, homophobia & other social issues. 747-3525 Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 4 Mon) Meeting with State Rep. Mary Schroer: Women's Intl. League for Peace & Freedom 7:30 pm, Friends Meeting House, 1416 Mili. Discussion on "The Turmoil in Human Welfare." 483-0058 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 4 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 4 Mon) 12 Tuesday Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree. 5:30-7:30 pm (see 9 Sat) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 5Tue) Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO6:30 pm (see 5Tue) Warriors'GuildMeeting:ShiningLakesGrove Druidic Group 7 pm, Common Language, 21 5 S. Fourth Ave. Plan the fall equinox ritual. Fox, 665-8428 Mass Meeting: American Movement for Israel 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. AMI is U-M's mainstream pro-lsrael organization. 769-0500 Auditions: "TalkTo Us" 7-9 pm (see 1 1 Mon) "A Cali for Justice in the Global Economy": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 1st Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron (enter on Washington). Talks by John Vandermeer, HunterVanValkenburghand Deborah Regalón different aspects of the effects of World Bank policies. Bringa bag of beans, bottle of aspirin, or box of pencils to send to the World Bank's annual meeting. 663-1870 Mass Meeting: Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. This group is composed of students and women from the A2 community and reflects a wide range of religious and cultural values. 769-0500 Labor Film & Video Series: Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Meeting: Living with HIV 7:30-9 pm (see 5 Tue) David Barrett: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Guitaristsongwriter, $9$8 mems, studs & srs. 761-1800 Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet 9 pm (see 5 Tue) 13 Wednesday Second Wednesday Supper Forum: Guild House 5:15 pm, 802 Monroe. Beans & rice supperfollowed by talk: "MovingToward Reconciliation: Reflections or 'he Serial Rape Investigation" with First Ward City Council Rep. Tobi Hanna-Davies, $5 662-5189 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Gay Radio Hour. WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 6 Wed) Meeting: Coalition Againstthe Contract "On" America 7 pm (see 6 Wed) Mass Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. This group holds services and sponsors social events, speakers, educational programs & social action projects. 769-0500 Mass Meeting: Prospect 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Join the team that puts out the premier Jewish socialpolitical critique and literary review. 769-0500 ShamanicJoumeys:TheSeeker7:30pm(see 6 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Budding musicians welcome to play, $3$2 mems, studs & srs. 761-1800 Wednesday Nite Flicks: U-Club 9 pm, 1st fl. Mich. Union. Free pop and popcorn. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $1 . 763-8426 Ron Brooks Trio wRick Roe: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $3. 662-8310 14 Thursday Racial & Economie Justice Task Force Meeting: Interfaitti Council for Peace & Justice noon . 730 Tappan. Wor1 on March to Lansing for a change in policies toward the poor. 663-1870 Dinner lor the Homeless: Volunteers in AstionHillel 3-7 pm, First United Methoc'ist Church, State & Washington. Prepareand serve dinner to the homeiess. 769-0500 Meeting: BGALI.A (Bisexual, Gay & Lesbian UbraryAssociation)5:15pm,LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. Plan educational, social, andor political activities. 763-4186. Support Group lor Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Adoptees or Birth Parents: Catholic Social Services 5:30 pm, Common Languag 3,215 S. Fourth Ave., $10. Marianne Bach, 662-4534 Meeting: Homeless Action ;ommittee 5:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Shulcan Ivrit: Hillel r.:30 prr, (see 7 Thu) PositiveWomen'sSuppoi!Group:HARC6:308:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Frontrunner;, Walkrrs: LGÖPO6:30 pen (see 5 Tue) "Natural Healingwith Foodand Herbs": Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm, 2333 E. Stadium Seminar series by Cindy Klernt-r.t, NC. The natur? health pliüosophyfocuses on maintaining b? iree within body systems, $7 for one semina idmission to 5 or more sessions is $5 per sem; ïar. Pre-register, 971-3366 Siraight froiti the Heart": LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPOLounge,3116Wich.Union.Videodocumentary on contempcary lesbians, gay men, and their families. 7&.-4186 Business Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm, Common Language, 215 S. Fourth Ave. Fox, 665-8428 Mass Meeting: Jewish Law Students Union 7:30 pm.Lawyers' Club, LawQuad.Thisgroup provides a forum 'or discussion on matters of interest to Jewish law students. 769-0500 Middle Bast Task Forcs: Interfaitti Council tor Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, Bethlehem United Church, 423 S. 4th Ave. Monthly meeting. 6631870 Mass Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. The UJA is the largest Jewish philanthropic organization. 769-0500 "Fire Your Boss": Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm (see 7 Thu) "Who Do You Think You're Pooling?": A2 Film Co-op 8 pm, MLB 3. Short video by U-M grad Mike white, exposing "Pulp Fiction" superstar Quentin Tarantino's rip-off of Ringo Lam's film "City on Fire." 769-7787 Anvthing Goes Jam II: Oz's Music Environment 8 pm, 1920 Packard. Jam session for musicians and artists of all genres, hosted by John Ballou. Smoke-free, $1 (musicians free). 662-3683 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 8 pm (see 7 Thu) Live Jazz: Leonardo'' 8-10 pm (see 7 Thu) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm.8 pm (see 7 Thu) Lowell Sanders: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase8:ÓOpm,314E. Liberty. One of Showtime's "Comedy Club All-Stars," $10. 996-9080 Thursday Nite Live: U-Club 9pm.1stfl.Mich. Union. Sleepyhead - altemative rock. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 Ron Broote Trio Featuring Eddie Russ 9 pm (see 7 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 7 Thu) Mass Meeting: Queer Unity Project 10 pm, Mich. Union (check at CIC desk for specific room). Queer Unity Project (QUP) is a campus group working to overeóme discrimination against lesbian, gay, and bisexual people through fun, educational, and visible activities. All people, students and non-students, of all sexual orterteöons are welcome. 763-4186 15 Friday Disarmament Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon (see 1 Fri) Bowling for People who are BlindVisually Impaired: A2 Center for Independent Living 3:30-6 pm, Colonial Lañes, 1950 S. Industrial. A social dinner follows, $1 .35game, 75shoe rental. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Bardic Night: Shining Lakes Grove Druids 711 pm, 1522 Hill (behind 1520). Free-form drumming, singing & dancing. Fox, 665-8428 Meeting: Asían Pacific LesGayBi Social Group 7 pm (see 1 Fri) " MaleFemale Relationships": Practical Psychic institute 7:30-9:30 pm, Education Ctr. Aud.,Mission Health. First ofafour-partmonthly series, $10. Julia, 761-6999 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 1 Fri) A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 8 pm, Michigan Theater. "Crescent City Blues Meltdown" with Dr. John, $20 & $35 reserved seating. 7479955 Metro Grass: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main, $8.75$7.75 mems, studs & srs. 761-1451 The Raisin Pickers: Leonardo's 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. Old-time dance music, swing & "new"-grass. 764-7544 Steve Forbert with Peter Mulvey: 7th House 8 pm(doors),7N.Saginaw,Pontiac.VeteransingersongwriterfrBoston, $13.50. 810-335-8100 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 8 pm (see 7 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 8-9:30 pm (see 1Fri) Lowell Sanders: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 14 Thu) Poetry Slam: U-Club 9 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. For U-M studs, staff , faculty & guests, $1 . 7638426 Chris Kase w KellerKocher Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 G.Q. & the Cosmic Rays: The HeidelbergiO pm, 215 N. Main. Blues, R&B, rock'n'roil (fee). 663-7758 16 Saturday 5K Walk & Run: 5th Annual Steppin' Out for AIDS Downtown Royal Oak. For more info. caii 810-399-WALK Grand Opening of the New Material Recover Facility: City of A2 1 0 am-1 pm, E. Ellsworth & Platt Roads. Tour the city's new facility for recycling and waste transfer services (see 'Top FiveStories"article).Dressappropriatelyforthe weather and wear closed shoes. 994-2807 Cycling: Stesr Queer Bicycle Group 10:30 am (see 2 Sat) A2 Blues & Jazz Festival noon-8 pm, Gallup Park. With Booker T. & The MG's, Poncho Sánchez, LonnyMackwithspecialguestTinsley Ellis, Little Sonny, Shawn "Thunder" Wallace, and Mimi Harris & The Snakes, $14adv, $16 gate (students $1 0gate), 1 2 & underfree. 7479955 The Goodtime Preview: Performance Network 2 pm, 408 W. Washington. Snippets from all theartists and performances of theGoodtime Network (educational family matinees), paywhat-you-can. 663-0681 "Shakes the Clown": A2 Film Co-op 7:30 & 9:15 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. Satire on the sick world of stand-up comedians, by Bobcat Goldthwait, $3. 769-7787 A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 8 pm, Michigan Theater. "Ladies Sing the Jazz" with Cassandra Wilson, and Kathy Kosins. (see 15 Fri) "Poulenc to Porter.A Parisian Soiree": Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Chamber music of Poulenc, $1 0-$25. 7692999 Margie Adam: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Feminist music, goofball humor, and political observation, $12.50.761-1451 Debbie Harry with the Jazz Passengere: 7th House 8 pm (doors), 7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac. Former voice of Blondie with NYC's most progressive ensemble, $17.50. 810-335-8100 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 8 pm (see 7 Thu) Lowell Sanders: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 14 Thu) Chris Kase w KellerKocher Quartet: Bird of Paradise9:30pm(see15Fri) Deep Space Six: The Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. 50s & 60s music and Grateful Dead covers (fee). 663-7758 Dance: U-Club 1 0 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. For UM studs, staft, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 17 Sunday Meeting with Rep . Lynn Rivers: LGBPO cali for time & place, 763-4186 Frontrunners, Walkers:LGBPO9am(see3Sun) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 9:30 am (see 3 Sun) Weekly Chinese Meditation: International Yan Xin Qigong Assn. 10:30 am-noon (see 3 Sun) A2 Blues & Jazz Festiva! noon-8 pm, Gallup Park. With Fontella Bass, Caribbean Jazz Project, Scott Hamilton Quartet, Fat Possum Mississippi Juke Joint Caravan, Chisel Brothers featuring Thometta Davis, and Howard & The White Boys. (see 16 Sat) "Upstairs at Borders": Borders 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. The Firebird Ensemble of the Balalaika Orchestra of Detoit will play traditional Russian music. 668-6652 Rededication Ceremony: Hillel 1 pm, 1429 Hill. Short program to honor the families of Hillel's original founders and donors. Building tour and refreshments. 769-0500 Bluegrass & Old-Time Country Music Jam Session 1 :30-5 pm, Ypsilanti Freighthouse caboose, Depot Town, N. River & Cross Streets. Acoustic music only, $2. Sidney, 930-2680 Meeting: Parents-FLAGAnn Arbor 2 pm, Umtarian Church, 1917 Washtenaw. 741-0659 "As You Liked It": Nichols Arboretum & A2 Civic Theatre 2-5 pm, Mich. League Garden. Have afternoon tea in the League garden, view scènes trom A2 Civic Theatre's "As You Like It" and takea rare ridethrough the Arboretum, $20. Reservations, 763-5832 Auditions: Kol HaKavod 4 pm (see 10 Sun) Live Jazz 'n Oinner: U-Club 6-8:30 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. Vocalist Sheila Landis. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests. 763-8426 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 3 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Mass Meeting: Consider 7 pm, Mich. Union. Consider, founded by Hillel, is the University's weekly forum for discussion of local and national issues. 769-0500 "Shooting Simone": Performance Network 7 pm (see 7 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: The Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm (see 3 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 3 Sun) Michael Smittr.The Ark8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Songwriter, $10$9 mems, studs & srs. 7611800 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8-1 0 pm, 1 429 Hill. Join Torn Starks for instruction and dancing. All levéis welcome, $2.50. 769-0500 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 3 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session 9 pm (see 3 Sun) 18 Monday Israel Information Day: Hillel cali for appointtnent, 1429 Hill. Leam about programs for living and studying in Israel. 769-0500 Cortee & Chat: State Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith 7-9 am, Gina's Cafe, 1120 S. Main St„ Chelsea. Informal discussion about state issues. 800-344-ALMA Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 4 Mon) "Meet Your Representatie": Washtenaw CountyWomen'sPoliticalCaucus7pm,Mich. League Henderson Rm. Discuss state politics, current events and women in government with State Rep. Liz Brater. 994-7506 "Preparing Your Child for the Latchkey Experience": Catholic Social Services 7-8:30 pm, 117 N. División, $7 (scholarships available). Register, Deborah Bailey, 662-4534 Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 4 Mon) 22+ Women's Bi-Friendly Group 7:30 pm (see 4 Mon) Marimba Master Class with Keiko Abe: U-M School of Music 8 pm, School of Music Mclntosh Theatre. Public invited to sit in as students perform. 763-0594 Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 4 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 4 Mon) 19 Tuesday Sarah Brady-'Thumbs Up": Croswell Opera House 10:30 am, 129 E. Maumee St, Adrián. Opens the Croswell W96 Town Hall Lecture Series ($12), followed by lunch ($10). Cali for reservations, 517-264-SHOW Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree. 5:30-7:30 pm (see 9 Sat) Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 General Meeting: Sierra Club 6 prn, U-M Botanical Gardens, 1800 N. Dixboro Rd. "Welcome to newcomers" meeting. 994-5456 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 5Tue) Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO630 pm (see 5Tue) Mass Meeting: Jewish Lesbian, Bisexual, and Gay Collective 7 pm. 1 429 Hill. 769-0500 Liturgists' Round Table: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm (see 6 Wed) Mass Meeting: Volunteers n ActionHillel 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1 429 Hill. VIA Hillel is acommunity service group linking U-M students with ihe local community through volunteer activities & more. 769-0500 Mass Meeting: Israel Michigan Política! Afíairs Committee 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. IMPAC is a student organizaron working to foster a strong relationship between the U.S. and Israel. 769-0500 Labor Film & Video Series: Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aqualics Swim Team 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) U-M Folk Dancing Club: Leonardos 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Meeting: Living with HIV 7:30-9 pm (see 5 Tue) Introduction to the Internet: LGBPO 8-1 1 pm, Angelí Hall Computing Center Rm. C. Take advantage of your f ree connection to the information superhighway! 763-4186 Peter Case: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Alternafolk, $10$9 mems, studs & srs. 7611800 Cary KocherPaul Keiler Quartet 9 pm (see 5 Tue) 20 Wednesday Fundraiser lor Child and Family Service of Washtenaw: Whole Foods Market 2398 E. Stadium. Five percent of each sale on this day will be donated to this health and social service agency. 971-3366 Services lor Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6-7 pm (see 6 Wed) Meeting: Coalition Against the Contract "On" America 7 pm (see 6 Wed) Weekly Meeting: Reform Havurah 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. 769-0500 ShamanicJourneys: The Seeker 7:30 pm (see 6 Wed) Sonic Sensation: Leonardo's8-10pm, N. Campus Commons. Ragtime & blues. 764-7544 Open Stage: The Ai 8 pm (see 1 3 Wed) Wednesday Nite Flicks: U-Club 9 pm (see 13 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio w Riek Roe 9 pm (see 6 Wed) 21 Thursday Meeting: BGALLA 5:1 5 pm (see 14 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Shulcan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Frontmnners, Walkers: LGBPO6:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Positive Women's Support Group: HARC 6:30 pm (see 7 Thu) TVQ-"ForbiddenLove":LGBPO7pm.LGBPO Lounge, 31 16 Mich. Union. Video about lesbians in Canada n the 50s and 60s. 763-4186 Pre-Ritual Panic: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm, Common Language, 215 S. Fourtti Ave. Learn the chants for (all equinox ritual. Fox, 665-8428 Mass Meeting: Progressive Zionist Caucus 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. PZC is concemed with social and political issues in Israel. 769-0500 "Natural Healing with Food and Herbs":Whoie Foods Market 7-8:30 pm (see 14 Thu) "Fire Your Boss": Industrial Workers ot the World 7:30 pm (see 7 Thu) "Human Nature": Performance Network 8 pm, 1 1 1 Third St. Jesse Richards & Sister Earth performthisjoumeyintothedarkestandbrightest aspects of the human condition, $12$9 studs & srs (Thurdays are pay-what-you-can nights). 995-2972 Jazz Jam III: Oz's Music Environment 8 pm (see 7 Thu) Meeting: Latin American Soljdarity Comm.S pm (see 7 Thu) Live Jazz: Leonardo's 8-10 pm (see 7 Thu) Stunt Johnson Theater: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Skits, parodies & total comedy mayhem, $1 0. 996-9080 Thursday Nite Live: U-Club 9 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. Groove Monkey Atmosphere (Hendrixlike). For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 il-V-l Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 7 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ 9 pm (see 'I Thu) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 10 pm (see 14 Thu) 22 Friday "Marriage Saver" Weekend Seminar: Catholic Social Services 7-10 pm, 1 1 7 N. División. Program for couples wishing to rebuild their relationship. Continúes Sat 9:30 am-4 pm, $195. Register, Deborah Bailey, 662-4534 Meeting: Asian Pacific LesGayBi Social Group 7 pm (see 1 Fri) Chore: PJ's No-Kickdnim Acoustic Concert Series 7:30 pm, 61 7B Packard. Young, slammin' and quirky rock'n'rollers. 663-3441 "Bare Foot Gen": A2 Film Co-op 7:30 & 9 pm. Angelí Hall Aud. A. Japanese animated account of a child's heroic survival the day of the bombing of Hiroshima, $4. 769-7787 "DivinationTechniques":MagicalEducational Council of A2 7:30 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1 522 Hill St. (behind the co-op house). Discussion. 665-3522 Meetings: Lesbians, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 1 Fri) The Western Jazz Quartet: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave., $8-$12$5 studs. 769-2999 Norma Gentile: Crazy Wisdom Lecture Series 8-9:30 pm, 206 N. Fourth Ave. Music-making for body, mind & spirit. Chant and listen to music, $3. 665-2757 Open Mie Night: U-Club 8 pm, 1st fl. Mich. Union. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests. 763-8426 Doug Horn Jazz Group: Leonardo's 8-1 0 pm, N. Campus Commons. 764-7544 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 8-9:30 pm (see 1 Fri) "Human Nature": Performance Network 8 pm (see 21 Thu) RFD Boys: The Alt 8 pm (see 9 Sat) Stunt Johnson Theater: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 21 Thu) Lori LeFevre: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Vocalist w Ron Brooks trio, $5. 6628310 The Mutes: The Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Acoustic band, with Sleepy Head (fee). 663-7758 23 Saturday Speakers' Bureau Training: LGBPO 9 am-5 pm, 3116 Mich. Union. Two days of training (thru 24 Sun) - participants must attend both days. Learn to edúcate others about LGB lives. Pre-register, 763-4186 M-14 Clean-Up: Sierra Club 9 am. A2 City Mali Parking Lot. Two-mile stretch of highwaycleanup. Snacks provided. Rain date: 30 Sat. 9951396 Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree. 1 0 am-noon (see 9 Sat) Cycling: Steer Queer Bicycle Group 1 0:30 am (see 2 Sat) Store Tour: Whole Foods 1 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Explore how to shop for foods that are healthy, nutritiousandtasty. Appetizing samples will be available along the way. Pre-register or arrangeaprivatetourforyourgroup, 971 -3366 Fall Equinox Ritual: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 2-5 pm, Botsford Ree. Preserve, 301 5 Miller. Celébrate this ancient Celtic tradition. Fox, 665-8428 Apple Picking: Jewish Cultural Society 2 pm, Wasem Orchards, 6580 Judd Road, Milán. 665-5761 "The Making of 'The Gay and Lesbian Lite ra ry Heritage'": LGBPO 3 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. Claude Summers. Prof. of Humanities at U-M Dearborn, presents the first lecture in our"Outin the Academy" series. 7634186 Free Mini-Concert for Families and Young People with Mr. B: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Mr. B will play and talk about blues and boogie-woogie on the piano. Free to families & young people, $5 for adults who want to "sit in." 769-2999 "SilentWitness":A2FilmCo-op7:30&9pm, Angelí Hall Aud. A. Documentary of the threats to Holocaust memorials at Oachau and Auschwitz, $4. 769-7787 Cards & Games Night at The Farm: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO) 7:30-midnight, cali for location. Open to women of all ages. Jan, 428-8824 Opening Night Gala Concert: A2 Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, Mich. Theater, $15-$25 (discounts for srs, studs & children). 994-4801 Herb Ellis with Ted Alian & Terry Holmes: 7th House 8 pm (doors), 7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac. Jazz guitarist extraordinaire, $20 reserved$1 5 gen. admission. 810-335-8100 "Human Nature": Performance Network 8 pm (see 21 Thu) Astronomy: A2 Parks & Ree. 8:30-11 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1831 Traver. View stars, planets & the moon- for all ages. 662-7802 Stunt Johnson Theater: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 21 Thu) Lori LeFevre: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 22 Fri) The Prodigáis: The Heidelberg 1 0 pm, 21 5 N. Main. Surf & blues (fee). 663-7758 Dance: U-Club 1 0 pm, 1 st f I. Mich. Union. For UM studs, staff, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 24 Sunday Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO 9 am (see 3 Sun) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 9:30 am (see 3 Sun) Lakeiand Trail Bike Ride: Sierra Club 1 0 am, carpool from Maple Vlllage Parking Lot near Fox Theater. Ride this "rails to trails" pathway for 25 miles round trip from Pinckney to Stockbridge or 14 miles from Pinckney to Gregory. 994-5456 Jewish Adult Education: Jewish Cultural Society 1 0 am, Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. Lecture on the Jewish calendar and holidays, $3 (members free). 6655761 Weekly Chinese Meditation: international Yan Xin Qigong Assn. 10:30 am-noon (see 3 Sun) Chronic Fatiguelmmune Deticiency Support Group: A2 Center for Indep. Living 1-3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Bicycle Maintenance Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree. 1 -3 pm, Gallup Park Meeting Rm., 3000 Fuller Rd. Teaches basic bike repair, cleaning & adjustment skills, $5. Pre-register, 662-9319 "Upstairs at Borders": Borders 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Shpilwillplay traditional Jewishmusic. 668-6652 Family Dance Series: A2 Parks & Ree. 2-4:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Squares, contras, and other country dances with live music. For all ages - no experience necessary, $6 (family rates available). David, 483-4124 "Human Nature": Performance Network 2 pm & 8 pm (see 21 Thu) "Translated Woman": Office of Major Events 3 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. Play about a Mexican woman's life and struggles, $5$3 UM students$2 children. 763-TKTS The Complete Beethoven Sonatas-Program 1 : U-M School of Music 4 pm, School of Music Recital Hall. U-M faculty members Anton Nel, piano, and Andrew Jennings, violin. 763-0594 Meeting: Amnesty International 4:30 pm (see 10 Sun) Live Jazz 'n Dinner: U-Club 6-8:30 pm, 1 st fl. Mich. Union. U-M Jazz Studies Group. For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests. 763-8426 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 3 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Rosh Hashanah Observa nee : Jewish Cultural Society 6:30 pm, Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr. Readings, meditation, music & refreshments, $1 2$28 per household (members free & srs by donation). 665-5761 Il-V-I Orchestra: The Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm (see 3 Sun) "A2's Gift Was the Turning Point": A2Juigalpa Sister City Comm. 7:30 pm, 1 st Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron (enter on Washington). Recent slides of Nicaragua by Phyllis Ponvert. 663-1870 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 3 Sun) Christine Lavin: 7th House 8 pm (doors), 7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac. Folk musie's roving will ambassador, $20 reserved$15 gen. adnnission. 810-335-8100 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 3 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session 9 prr (see 3 Sun) 25 Monday Coffee & Chat: State Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith 7-9 am, Cafe Marie, 1 759 Plymouth Rd. Informal discussion about state issues. 800344-ALMA Rosh Hashanah Celebration: Jewish Cultural Society noon, Delhi Metropark, Huron River Dr. (meet at first parking lot). Potluck lunch, discussion & walk. 665-5761 Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 4 Mon) Multiple Sclerosis Support Group 7 pm (see 4 Mon) Social for Lesbians, Bisexuals & Gay Men: Canterbury House 9 pm (see 4 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 4 Mon) 26 Tuesday Tenant Talk: A2 Tenants Union 6 pm, WCBN 88.3 FM. 763-3500 Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 5Tue) Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO630 pm (see 5 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Labor Film & Video Series: Industrial Workers ot the World 7:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Meeting: Living with HIV 7:30-9 pm (see 5 Tue) KocherKeller Quartet 9 pm (see 5 Tue) 27 Wednesday Mich. Prisoner Rights Advocacy Training: Amer. Friends Service Comm.Call for times and location. Intensive four-day workshop on the history and pollcies of the Mich. Dept. of Corrections, the issues faclng Mich. prisoners, and advocacy techniques. Participants must be willing to volunteer 1 2 hoursmonth after training. S15-S50 (sliding scale). 761-8283 Muscular Oystrophy Support Group: A2 Center for Indep. Living 1-3 pm, 2568 Packard. 971-0277, 971-0310 (TDD) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 3 Sun) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6-7 pm (see 6 Wed) Video-"lsraeli Soldiere in Gaza, Before and During Palestinian Autonomy": Hillel 7 pm, 1429 Hill. 769-0500 Meeting: Coa I ition Against the Contract "On" America 7 pm (see 6 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: The Seeker 7:30 pm (see 6 Wed) Weekly Meeting: Reform Havurah 7:30 pm (see 20 Wed) Gary Negbaur: Leonardo's 8-10 pm, N. Campus Commons. Bluesy pianist. 764-7544 Open Stage wCarla Sciaky: The Ark 8 pm (see 13 Wed) Wednesday Nite Flicks: U-Club 9 pm (see 13 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio w Riek Roe 9 pm (see 6 Wed) 28 Thursday Meeting: BGALLA5:15 pm (see 14Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Shulcan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Positive Women's Support Group: HARC6:308:30 pm (see 7 Thu) Frontrunners, Walkers: LGBPO6:30 pm (see 5 Tue) Cortee Hour: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7 pm, Espresso Royale Caffe, 214 S. Main. Informal discussion. Fox, 665-8428 TVQ-The Question of Equality": LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 31 1 6 Mich. Union. Sneak preview of new PBS series on the LGB civil rights movement. 763-4186 "Upstairs at Borders": Borders 7 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Appalachian bailad singer Betty Smith. 668-6652 "Natural Healingwith Food and Herbs":Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm (see 14 Thu) "Fire Your Boss": Industrial Workers of the World 7:30 pm (see 7 Thu) "Loose Threads": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Dance and performance pieces by Terri Sarris with members of People Dancing Co. and Dance Gallery (fee). 663-0696 Acoustic Jam IV: Oz's Music Environment 8 pm, 1 920 Packard. Jam session for musicians, singers and songwriters, hosted by Steve Osburn. Smoke-free, $1 (musicians tree). 6623683 Monte Warden & the Lonesharks: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Young rocker from Austin, Texas, $12.50. 761-1800 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm.8 pm (see 7 Thu) Live Jazz: Leonardo's 8-1 0 pm (see 7 Thu) Leo Dufour: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 31 4 E. Liberty. Goofy Canadian, $1 0. 996-9080 Thursday Nite Live: U-Club9 pm, 1stfl. Mich. Union. Jim Grant (acoustic poprock). For U-M studs, staff, faculty & guests, $3. 763-8426 Ron Brooks Trio Featuring Eddie Russ: Bird of Paradise9pm(see7Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 7 Thu) J Mascis: Prism Productions 9:30 pm (doors), Blind Pig, 208 S. First. Frontman for Dinosaur Jr. plays an acoustic show, $1 0 adv. 99-MUSIC Meeting: Queer Unity Project 10 pm (see 14 Thu) "Jimmy's Eyes": Performance Network 10:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. Documentary about eye surgery and the social construction of masculinity (fee). 663-0696 29 Friday " Ancient Nubia: Egypt's Rival in África" : Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 434 S. State. Exhibit of a wide variety of artifiacts from Africa's diverse and sophisticated Nubian civilization, circa 3100 BC to AD 400- thru 15 Dec. 7649304 Michigania Weekend: UMGALAS Join the UM Gay and Lesbian Alumni Society for a weekend of fun, f rolic, and learning at U-M's alumni relreat, Camp Michigania. Pre-register, fee. 763-4186 "Michigan Organic Harvest Festival": Mich. Organic Food & Farm ALiance WashtenawComm. College. Celebration of Michigan's organic farmers features presentations, educational workshops, exhibits, information booths, a farmers' market & children's activities. 439-8249 1 What's for Dinner? " : Wh ole Foods Market 3-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Cooking demonstration of organic eggplant parmesan - samples wili be provided along with side dish ideas and recipes. 971 -3366 Harvest Evening: A2 Parks & Rec.5-9 pm, CobblestoneFarm, 2781 Packard Rd. Apple eider pressing, candle dipping & more, $2 $6 per family. 994-2928 "Chicken H awk: Men Who Love Boys" : A2 Film Co-op 7, 8:30 & 1 0 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. Fivemembersofthecontroversialpedophile organization NAMBLA explain "the joys of boy loving," $4. 769-7787 Meeting: Asian Pacific LesGayBi Social Group 7 pm (see 1 Fri) Wandering Sailors: PJ's No-Kickdrum Acoustic Concert Series 7:30 pm, 61 7B Packard. Unique acoustic stylings. 6633441 Palty Larkin: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Afavorite on the national "urban folk" circuit, $12. 761-1800 Meetings: Lesbians.Gay Men, iBisexuals' AA & Alanon 7:30 pm (see 1 Fri) Cecilia Bartoli: Univ. Musical Society 8 pm, Hill Aud. Mezzo-soprano with pianist Stephen Blier, $20-$55. 764-2538 Lunar Octet: Leonardos 8-10 pm, N. CampusCommons.Jazz&Latinrhythms. 764-7544 "LooseThreads":PerformanceNetwork 8 pm (see 28 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics 8-9:30 pm (see 1 Fri) "Weekend Comedy": Purple Rose Theatre Co. 8 pm (see 2 Sat) Leo Dufour: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 28 Thu) Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 Seam: Prism Productions9;30 pm (doors), Blind Pig, 208 S. First, $6 adv. 99-MUSIC GrooveMonkeyAtmosphere: The Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Blues, rock, jammin' trio (fee). 663-7758 "Artists Under Siege: Sarajevo Arts Festival in Ann Arbor": Performance Network 1 0:30 pm, 408 W. Washington. Video documentary about the 1 993 festival (fee). 663-0696 30 Saturday "The Very Busy Spider": A2 Parks & Ree. 10:30-noon, Leslie Science Ctr, 1831 Traver. Children ages 3-5 will seek out spiders on a nature hike, $6. Pre-register, 662-7802 Cycling: Steer Queer Bicycle Group 1 0:30 am (see 2 Sat) "Arachnids!": A2 Parks & Ree. 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Ctr., 1831 Traver. dren ages 6-9 will particípate in a "web hunt," $6. Pre-register, 662-7802 James Moody, saxophonist: Kerrytown Concert House 7 & 9 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Moody's CD-release party with Eddie Russ, Paul Kellerand Pete Siers, $1 0-$25. 769-2999 Sol y Canlo: The Ark 8 pm, 637-12 S. Main. Six-piece band celebrating Latín herítage, $12.50. 761-1800 "Loóse Threads": Performance Network 8 pm (see 28 Thu) Astronomy: A2 Parks & Rec.8:30-1 1 pm (see 23 Sat) Leo Dutour: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 28 Thu) Frank Allison & the Odd Sox: Blind Pig 9:30 pm (doors), 208 S. First. 996-8555 Paul Vomhagen Quartet: Bird ol Paradise 9:30 pm (see 29 Fri) "Jimmy's Eyes": Performance Network 10:30 pm (see 28 Thu)

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