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1996
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UTCRARY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Book & Poetry Readings, Art Bxhibitions, Workshops, Publicution Partes, Writers Artist Opportunitjes, etc, Groups, etc. ars Usted are Usted in the in the LITEMfíY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Calendar Calendar (pages 18-Í9). page 17). To publicize October Calendar events, send information by September 15 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main St., A2, Ml 48104. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 1 0:30 am, cali forlocation. Kelly 663-0036 orChariey 482-2450 Living History Day: A2 Parks & Ree 1-5 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Theme: "Herb Harvesting & Drying," S1-S1.50. 994-2928 "Coupe de Grass: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, Borders Books & Music, 612 E. Liberty. Bluegrass by Glenn Bering and friends. 668-7652 Gradúate LGBT Welcome Picnic: LGBPO & others 2-6 pm, Wheeler Park picnic shelter, 4th Ave. and Summit St. Bring your own grillins' and a dessert (A-H); a side dish (IQ); or an appetizer (R-Z), as indicated by the first letter of your last name. 763-4186 Coming Out Workshop: Queer Unity Project 2-4 pm, Mich. Union Pond Room. Presenters will teil coming out stories and answer questions. 763-4186 Students Involved in the Global Neighborhood: Guild House 5-6:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Opportunity for students to share a free dinner and explore different philosophical and religious perspectives. 662-5189 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 122 W. Washington. Live music. 7612530 Services lor Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Community Church 6 pm, 1 st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1418 Queer Pool Night: LGBP0 6-8 pm, Billiards Room, Mich. Union 2nd floor, S4hr. 763-4186 Meeting: HuronValley Greens6:308:30 pm, 548 S. Main St. Discussion of Ralph Nader and Gaia Kile campaigns. 663-3555 Mezuzah Making & Deli Dinner: Hillel 6:30 pm, Markley Dorm. Supplies and food provided! 769-0500 Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm, 21 5 N. Main. Big band jazz, $3. 663-7758 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 721-2081 Strange Affliction: Arbor Brewing Co. 9pm-12am, 114 E. Washington. Contemporary acoustic folkrockduo. 213-1393 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm, 208 S. First St. Guest musicians join house band, The Terraplanes, $2. 971-2469 Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Paul Rnkbeiner & Friends. 662-8310 2 Monday Druid's Picnic: Shining Lakes Grove 1 pm, 38 Nickle Ct., Milan. 665-8428 Picnic & Volleybal): Hillel 5 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Play orhang out, lots of greatfood. 769-0500 Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:159:1 5 pm, A2 Civic Theater, 2275 Platt Rd. A lesbian Gay Bi and Trans chorus open for all. Meets every Mon. 7418000x140 HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets every Monday. ForHIV-positive men and women who face the complex issues of being both HlV-positive and chemically dependent. 800-578-2300 "The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love": Queer Unity Project 8 pm, Mich. Union Kuenzel Room. Romanticcomedyabouttwo teens who experience the joys of first love together. 763-4186 Mondays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm. 21 01 Bonisteel, North Campus. Randy Napoleon plays classic bebop. 764-7544 Monday Night Out Group: LGBPO 9 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. A social for lesbians, bisexual people, and gay men. 7634186 Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. 12-piece big band jazz, S3. 6628310 3 Tuesday Auditions: Ann Arbor Cantata Singers By appoin ment at Ypsilanti High School. 761-6145 Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: Ameritan Movement for Israel 6 pm, Hillel. 1429 Hill St. Kosherdinner and discussion. 769-0500 String Finger Fun: A2 District Library 6-7 pm, Main Library MultiPurpose Room. Learn how to make a cat's eradle and more. For ages 8 and up. Registration required. 9942345 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIV AIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm. For gay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800-578-2300 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-6:30 pm. Call-in radio show with Pattrice Maurer of the A2 Tenants Union. 763-3500 Meeting: Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm. Meets every Tue. Cali Alan or Marión for location. 662-2222 "Atter the Stand - Making Public Policies & Private Actions Work lor Children": PeacelnSight7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of panel discussion with locally-elected state and national representatives. 7697422 Living With HIV: HIVyAI DS Resource Center 7:30 pm, every Tue. Support group for men and women. Cali HARC tor info. 800-578-2300 Video Planning Meeting: Peace InSightSpm, Expresso Royale Caffe II , 21 4 S. Main. Help produce shows for local cablecast on peace and social justice issues. 761-7749 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm, Kimball High School, Royal Oak. Charley 4822450 or Kelly 663-0036 Sprobay: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm1 2 am, 1 1 4 E. Washington. Contemporary acoustic folk-rock trio with strong vocal harmonies. 213-1393 Acid Jazz Night: PrismBird of Pa radise 9 pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. DJ spinning hip-bop and acid jazz favorites, $3. 662-831 0 4Wednesday Auditions: Ann Arbor Cantata Sin gers (see 3 Tue) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM67 pm. Closets R 4 Clothes (6 pm) shares the hour with Radio Q (6:30 pm). News and more for the LesBi Gay communities. 763-3500 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1 st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1418 Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30-8 pm, SAFE House, 41 00 Clark Rd. For lesbian survivors of lesbian battering. 973-0242x201 Living With HiV: Hl VAl DS Resource Center 7:30 pm, every Wed. Support group for men and women. Cali HARCfor info. 800-578-2300 Shamanic Journeys: Mágica! Edueation Council 7:30 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hill St. Simplified approach to shamanic traditions. 6653522 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont CommonsArts& Programs 8-1 0:30 pm, Leonardo's, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Learn line, circleand couple dances from around the worid, no partnerneeded. 662-4258 Composer Experience Lecture Series: Ann Arbor Symphony Orchesta 8 pm, SKR Classical, 523 E. Liberty. With Prof. William G. Rosenberg. Topic: "The Deaths of Stalin," 55 donation. 994-4801 Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Committee 8 pm, Mich. Union. Sroup organized around human rights in Latin America. 663-0173 OpenHousefor Undergrads. Grads, and Professionals: Hillel 8-10 pm, Hillel, 1 429 Hill St. Leam about Jewish life on campus and the 25 active Hillel-affiliated groups, refreshments. 769-0500 Portuguese Rodeo Clown Company: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Improvisation comedy, $6$3students. 741-0022 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm-12 am, 114 E. Washington. Traditional Irish folk music. 213-1393 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Bassist Ron Brooks, pianist and drummer TBA.S3. 662-8310 5 Thursday Tyke Program- Bug Out!: A2 Parks 4 Ree Session 1: 10:30-11:30 am. Session 2: 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Children ages 4-5 will stalk, sweep, and snag insects in preparation for Bug Fest, S25. Pre-register 662-7802 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Group organized to address the problems of poverty and homelessness. 9300601 Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm, downstairs, Cava Java (corner of East Univ. and S. Univ.). Practice your Hebrew in a fun, social atmosphere. 769-0500 Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7-9 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. Topic: "The Arts of Our People." 665-8428 Drum Circle: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, meets first Thursdays, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host RebaDeVine. Performor listen. 6628283 Positive Women's Group: Hl VAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets altérnate Thursdays. Group for HIVpositive women. 800-578-2300 Composer Lecture Concert Series: Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, SKR Classical, 523 E. Liberty. With James E. Leonard. Topic: "DSCH? Whois DSCH: Shostakovich in His 10th Symphony," S5 donation. 994-4801 "MyFavoriteYear": Ann Arbor Civic Theatre 8 pm, Civic Playhouse, 2275 Platt Rd. Riotous romantic comedy in the style of the '50s and '60s with a cast of 25 and a full orchestra, cali for ticket prices. 971-2228 Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, 21 01 Bonisteel, North Campus. Live jazz. 764-7544 Tim Cavanagh: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Musical, whimsical comedy, $10.741-0022 Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm, 1585 Franklin, Detroit. Big band jazz, $2. 313-259-1374 Al Hill: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm-1 2 am, 114 E. Washington. Boogiewoogie blues and New Orleansf unk. 213-1393 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) Bubblicious: Heidelberg 10 pm1 :30 am, 21 5 N. Main. Acid jazz DJ, S3. 663-7758 6Friday Disarmament Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon, ICPJ office, 730 Tappan. Plan for Admiral Eugene Carroll's talk on military spending (see 28 Sat). 663-1870 Open House: LGBPO4-7 pm.LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd floor. Meet new and old f riends, leam about fall activities, refreshments. 763-4186 "Afterthe Stand. ..": Peace InSight 7 pm (see 3 Tue) Kickoff Shabbat: Hillel 7 pm Hillel. 1 429 Hill St. Home-cooked Shabbat dinner (free for U-M newcomers). Reservations required. 769-0500 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm, cali for location. Meets everyFri. 763-4186 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Preview performance (thru 8 Sun, opening 12 Thu) of Ari Roth's (U-M Theater Dept.) new play commissioned by the Manhattan Theater Club which examines the tionshipof JewishandAfricanAmericans. Directed by Gilbert McCauley and featuring Broadway actor Peter Birkenhead, S1 2S9 studs & srs (Th u is "pay-what-you-can"). 663-0681 Dance: PFLAG Ann Arbor 8-1 1 pm, St. Andrew's Church, 306 N. División St. For lesbian, gay & bi youth & friends, Middle & High School age. Chemical tree. 741-0659 Benefit Concert: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. RogerChard (baritone)and Maurita Holland (pianist) in an "Evening of Song," $10-513. 769-2999 "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:1 5 pm, Kimball High School, Royal Oak. Chariey 4822450 or Kelly 663-0036 Tim Cavanagh: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 5 Thu) John Agopian: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 112 W. Washington. Playing flamenco guitar. 769-2020 Ju Tan, TBA, Jo Serrapera: Gypsy Cafe 9, 1 0, & 1 1 pm, 21 4 N. 4th Ave. Th ree different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Paul KellerCary Kocher Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Playing jazz from their new Schoolkids' CD, "Pipe & Slippers," S5. 662-8310 Mushroom Stew: Heidel berg 1 0 pm, 215 N. Main. Local acid jazz band, with opening act, Dave Dale & The Blues Control, S3. 663-7758 7 Saturday Dundee Downtown Day: Dundee Jaycee's 9 am-5 pm. Arts & crafts, yard sales (map provided), events, and entertainment. 279-1350 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIW AIDS Resource Center 1 0am-2 pm. For gay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800-578-2300 Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree 10 am-noon, Gallup Park Canoe Livery. Basic techniques, S7.50 (includes canoe). Pre-register 662-931 9 Outing: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 1 0 am, meet at Arborfand parking lot. Day trip to Renaissance Festival in Holly. 665-8428 Candidates' Meeting: Gray Panthers of Huron Valley 1 0 am-1 2:30 pm, Senior Health Building, McCauley Hospital (St. Joe's). With candiates Lynn Rivers, Joseph simmons and Debbie Stabenow. 995-5229 Oktoberfest '96: Heidelberg noon8 pm, 215 N. Main. First annual dancing-in-the-st reet (Ann St.) party with live Germán entertainment, food and beverages. 663-7758 68th Season Opener: A2 Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, Michigan Theater. Maestro Wong begins his fifth season with a dramatic Russian program, $15-525. 994-4801 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network8pm,previewperformance (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) Benefit Concert: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm (see 7 Fri) Tim Cavanagh: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 5 Thu) TBA, Lisa Mueller & David Chrzanowski. Rollie Tussing III: Gypsy Cafe9,10,&11pm,214N.4thAve. Th ree different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Paul KellerCary Kocher Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 (see 6 Fri) WilbertRawles Project: Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Delta blues band with reggae and world beat opening act, Mau Mau International, S3. 663-7758 8 Sunday Meeting: Unscouts cali for time, Eastem Accents (on 4th Ave. across from Common Language). Group for bisexual and bi-friendly women, 22+ years. 763-4186 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 1 0:30 am (see 1 Sun) Oktoberfest '96: Heidelberg noon6 pm (see 7 Sat) Kids Open Stage: Oz's Music 1 pm, meets 2nd Sun of each month, 1 920 Packard Rd. Open stage for the young ones. Performorlisten. 6628283 Bugfest: A2 Parks & Ree 1-4 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Activities and exhibits for the whole family, S4S15 family. Pre-register 662-7802 AASOFrenchHorn Quartet: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. Live classical music. 668-7652 World Literacy Day Celebration: A2 District Library 2-4 pm, Main Library Multi-Purpose Room. Cosponsored by Washtenaw Literacy. Activities for the whole family, refreshments. 994-2345 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 2 & 7 pm, preview performances (see 6 Fri) "Afterthe Stand. ..": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 3 Tue) Students Involved in the Global Neighborhood: Guild House 5 pm (see 1 Sun) Barbeque Bash: American Movement for Israel 6 pm, 1 1 1 1 S. Forest. Food and music. 769-0500 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7-8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7.30 pm (see ISun) Introducing Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8-10 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Learn the basics (veteran dancers welcome), $2.50. 769-0500 Strange Affliction: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 1 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 1 Sun) JazzJamSession:BirdofParadise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 9 Monday Women's Support Group 5 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3116 Mich. Union. Every Mon. Open to all women. 7634186 Meeting: Labor Party of Washtenaw County 7pm, Wooden Spoon Books, 200 N. 4th Ave. Organizing on behalf of the U.S. Labor Party. 913-4691 Healing Herbs for Your Nervous System: Whole Foods Market 78:30 pm, location TBA. Leam how to overeóme insomnia and beat stress and depression herbally. Register 971-3366 Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:15 pm (see 2 Mon) HIV & Recovery: MIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Mass Meeting & Bar Night: Jewish LawStudentsUnion8pm, Lawyer's Club, Law Quad. Leam about JLSU and socialize at local watering hole. 769-0500 Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm (see 2 Mon) Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 2 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 10 Tuesday Brown-Bag Seminar Series: Domestic ViolenceSAFE House noon2 pm, 4100 Clark Rd. Topic: "DomesticViolenceandtheWorkplace." 973-0242 x202 Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree 5:30-7:30 pm (see 7 Sat) Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Free HIVAntibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-1 0 pm (see 3Tue) Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Movement tor Israel 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Deepwater Aerobics Program: A2 Parks & Ree 6:45-7:30 pm, Mack Indoor Pool, 715 Brooks St. For all fitness levéis. Meets Tue and Thu thru Oct 10, S3S20 series. 994-2898 Mass Meeting: LGBT People ot Color 7 pm, 31 1 0 Michigan (enterthru Counseling Services). Social and informational meeting. 763-4186 "The White Scarf Movement": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of film about nonviolent movement in Georgia (forme rty of the Soviet Union). 769-7422 Origami Demo: A2 District Library 78 pm, Main Library Multi-Purpose Room. Leam paper folding projects for the whole family with Don Shall. Registration is required. 994-2345 "The New Global Economy": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 1st Baptist Church, Washington near State St. ICPJ videotape on the effects of "free trade." 6631870 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union. Local chapter of independent worldwide movement. 668-0660 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 3 Tue) Sprobay: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 3 Tue) llWednesday Sukkah Building: Hillel 5 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. 769-0500 Second Wednesday Supper Forum: Guild House 5:1 5-7:1 5 pm, 802 Monroe. Rice and beans supper foilowed byforumanddiscussion.Topic: "Politics and Ethics," $5. 662-5189 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 4 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Auditions: "Talk to Us" and "Residence Hall Repertory Troupe" 7-9 pm, West Quad, Wedge Room. Theater groups committed to examining crucial social issues. No prior acting experience necessary. 747-3525 Meeting: SoutheastMich. 's Naturists and Nude Beach Advocates 7-8:30 pm, Dominick's Restaurant, 81 2 Monroe. Discuss and plan social, educational, and political events related to social nude issues. 475-9198 Mass Meeting: Consider 7:30 pm, Mich. Union. Join the staff ot Consider, a campus-wide weekly publication with 10,000 readers (avail. on campus every Monday during school year). 769-0500 Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Living With HIV: Hl VAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Portuguese Rodeo Clown Company: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) 12 Thursday Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon-1:30 pm, ICPJ office, 730 Tappan. 663-1870 Shulchan Ivrit: Hiliel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Deepwater Aerobics Program: A2 Parks & Ree 6:45-7:30 pm (see 10 Tue) Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7-9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Monthly business meeting. 665-8428 TVQ: LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3rd Floor Mich. Union. Queer telly, I video, and film night. 763-41 86 Auditions: "Talk to Us" and "Residence Hall Repertory Troupe" 7-9 pm (see 1 1 Wed) Family, Friends, & Caregivers Support Group: Hl VAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm, meets altérnate Thursdays. Group addresses the emotional needs of individuáis who care about for people living with HIVAIOS. 800578-2300 Songwriters Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Songwriters perform and talk about their songs. Open stage with host Jim Novak. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Grand Opening: The Ark 8 pm. 31 6 S. Main St. A2's premier acoustic club, The Ark, begins a new era in its new downtown location. Star-studded cast includes Greg Brown, Chenille Sisters, Andy Breckman and more, S25. 7611800 "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm, 76 N. Hurón St., Ypsilanti. A PTD production of a 1947 play about a factory owner who sells detective airplane parts to the military and must live with the consequences, $1259 students and seniors. 483-7345 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm. World premiere and opening night! (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm. Live jazz. (see 5 Thu) Open House: Community Televisión Network 8:30 pm, Edison Center, 425 S. Main, Suite LU 14. Meet CTN staff, view equipment demos, refreshments. 769-7422 Claudia Sherman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. NYC-based"wacko,"$1 0.741 - 0022 AIHÍII: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 5Thu) Il-V-I Orehestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 5 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bi r d of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) MassMeeting: Queer Unity Project 10 pm, Mich. Union (ask at CIC desk). Campus group working to overcomediscrimination againstlesbian, gay, and bisexual people. All are welco me. 763-4186 DJ Bubblicious: Heidelberg 10 pm (see 5 Thu) 13 Fr iday Festilall: LGBPO & others 11 am-4 pm, U-M Diag. Visit the LGBPO and a host of other Queer (and nonqueer) organizations. Leam howand where to get involved. 763-4186 Cooking with Japanese Pasta: Whole Foods Market 2-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Techniques and recipes. 971-3366 5:01 Party on Main Street A2 Blues &Jazz Festival 5:01 pm, Main Street between Liberty and William. Festival kickoff - jazzy street party with the Paul Vomhagen Quartet. 9964553 "The White Scarf Movement": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 10 Tue) Lisa Hunter: PJ's Records 7-8 pm, 619 Packard. In-store performance by former Jane Doe member, Lisa Hunter: songs with understated instrumentation from her new CD, "Solid Ground." 663-3441 "A Great Day in Harlem": A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 7 pm, Michigan Theater. Film, $6$5 students. 9964553 Bardic Night: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 7-11 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1 522 Hill St. Free-f orm readings, songs, poems. 665-3522 Washtenaw Trombones: K errytown Concert House 7:30 pm, 41 5 N. 4th Ave. Trombone chamberensembles, $4-$7. Reservations 769-2999 Second Friday Discussion: Older Lesbians Organizing (0L0) 7:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 21 5 S. 4th Ave. Topic: Changes in Body Aging. Open to women of all ages. 769-4750 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 6 Fri) Taj Mahal Band: A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 8 pm, Michigan Theater. RrstA2performanceby Taj Mahal in almost 20 years. Opening act Atvin "Youngblood" Hart, $20 reserved seats. 810-645-6666 James Keelaghan: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main St. Canadian singer songwriter with opening act, Stephen Fearing,S11. 761-1800 "My Favorite Year": A2 Civie Theatre8pm(see5Thu) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 6 Fri) Claudia Sherman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 12 Thu) Five Guys Named Moe: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 112 W. Washington. Acoustic swing. 769-2020 Wallace Roney Quintet: A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 9 & 11 pm, Bird of Paradise, 207 S.Ashley. Miles Davis was so mpressed with Roney that following a collaboration at Switzeriand's Montreaux Jazz Festival, Davis gave Roney one ot his trumpets. Need we say more?, $20. 6654755 Ben Miller. Patrick Patillo, Tim Monger: Gypsy Cafe 9, 1 0, & 1 1 pm, 21 4 N. 4th Ave. Three different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 The Cult Héroes: Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Longstanding A2 rockers led by Hiawatha, $3. 6637758 14 Saturday Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIV AIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm (see 7 Sat) Pharoah Sanders & ottiers: A2 Blues & Jazz Festival gate opens 11 am, Gallup Park. Outdoor venue for legendary weekend music festival (see 13 Fri, 15 Sun also). Sanders headlines today's stellar lineup which includes Terrance Simien & the Mallet Playboys, Sue Foley, TrumpetSummit with the Marcus Belgrave Quintetfeaturing Louis Smith, John Sinclair & Ed Moss, Al Hill & the Love Butlers. One-day pass at gate 516two days S25 (students $10 $15), kids under 12 free. 810-6456666 Open House: Washtenaw Rainbow ActionProject(WRAP)11 am.Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. Serving the Les Bi Gay community. 995-9867 The Art of Sushi: Whole Foods Market 2-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Learn howto prepare sushi at home. 971-3366 Basic Witchcrafi: Magical EducatJon Council of A2 6 pm, ICC Ed. Center, 1522 Hill St. Informal discussion of the Oíd Religión of Europe. 665-3522 Dick Siegel: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Poetic, eamest, and hilarious soul of the local songwriting scène, $11.761-1800 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) Claudia Sherman: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 12 Thu) The Wallace Roney Quartet: Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 9 & 1 1 pm(see13Fri) Lilli Fox, Kate Glahn & Lauren Kingsley. Chris Buhalis: Gypsy Cafe 9, 10, & 11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Three different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Blue Highway: Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Old-fashioned blues band with reggae and world beat openingact, Mau Mau International, $3. 663-7758 Dance Party: Club Fabulous 1 0 pm2 am, Rackham Assembly Hall, 4th floor. All ages, chemical-f ree megamix dance party for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their friends, S4. 763-41 86 "Blues Brothers": A2 Blues & Jazz Festival 10:30 pm, Michigan Theater. Rlm,$6$5students. 996-4553 15 Sunday "Long Road to Freedom": Art Exhibit Michigan Union Art Lounge, Study Lounge, and Main Lobby (open all Union hours). Extraordinary exhibit of the history of gay and lesbian civil rights movement from Stonewall to the present, as seen through the photographs, cartoons, articles, interviews, advertisements, and covers of The Advocate, the national gay and lesbian magazine. 763-4186 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am (see 1 Sun) Maceo Parken A2 Blues & Jan Festival 11 am, Gallup Park. Outdoor venue for legendary weekend music festival (see 13 Fri, 14 Sat also). Parkerheadlinestoday's lineup which includes Luthe r Aliison , Corey Harris, Dave Douglas String Group, Big Dave & the Ultrasonics, E. LaQuint Weaver & the Hallelujah Singers. (See 1 4 Sat for ticket info.) Panelmaking Workshop: A2 AIDS Memorial Quilt Display Committee 1 pm-5 pm, Michael's Arts & Cratts, 2723 Oak Valley Dr. Cohosted by the A2 Jaycees Foundation and U-M's Athletic Dept., participants will learn howto make commemorative panels to be part of the AIDS Memorial Quilt Display, Feb. 6-7,1997.913-9629 Dance Workshoplnformal Dance Party: Grand Traditions Dance Academy 1 pm3 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall, A2-Saline Rd. (12 mile south of I-94). Learn the Hambo (13 pm) and then dance to live music (3-5 pm), $5 ea7$7.50 both. 4290014 The Arbor Trio: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. Classical string trio repertoire. 668-7652 BI uegrass & Old-Time Country Music Jam Sessions 1 :30-5 pm, Ypsilanti Freighthouse, Depot Town. Rain or shine, acoustic music only, S2 donation. 930-2680 Gender Free Contra Dance: Ann Arbor Rainbow Contra Dancers2-5 pm, Mich. League Ballroom, N. University. Traditional American folk dancing with no gender dance roles, beginners welcome, S5-S6. 7646978 Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays PFLAG Ann Arbor 2-5 pm, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 1917 Washtenaw. Speaker John Berchette, of Mich. Pride PAC. 741-0659 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 2 & 7 pm (see 6 Fri) "The White Scarf Movement": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 10 Tue) Students Involved in the Global Neighborhood: Guild House 5 pm (see 1 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1Sun) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) Strange Arfliction: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 1 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 1Sun) JazzJamSession:BirdofParadise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 16 Monday Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 9Mon) Kol HaKavod Auditions: Hillel 6-10 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Try-outs for U-M's Jewish a cappella singing group. 769-0500 Mass Meeting: Prospect 7 pm, place TBA. Join the staff that puts out Prospect a Jewish socialpolitical critique and literary review. 769-0500 Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:1 5 pm (see 2 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Mass Meeting: Israel Michigan Political Atfairs Committee 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. IMPAC is a student organization dedicated to a strongrelationshipbetweentheU.S. and Israel. 769-0500 Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm (see 2 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) Mass Meeting: Club Fabulous9 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3rdfloorMich. Union. Help plan A2's best queer dance parlies (see 1 4 Sat). 763-41 86 Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 17 Tuesday Cano Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree 5:30-7:30 pm (see 7 Sat) Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIV AIDS Resource Center 6-1 0 pm (see 3 Tue) Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Movement for Israel 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Deepwater Aerobics Program: A2 Parks & Ree 6:45-7:30 pm (see 1 0 Tue) "A Look at the 1996 Klan Rally, A2 Mich.": Peace InSight 7 pm. CTN, Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of scènes from June 22 Klan "recruiting" rally. 769-7422 Facilitator Training: LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3rd floor Mich. Union. Interested in facilitating a support group? No experience necessary. Training provided for students and community members. 763-4186 Mass Meeting: American Movement tor Israel 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 HillSt. AMI is U-M's mainstream pro-lsrael organization. 769-0500 Living WithHIV:HIVAIDSResource Center 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Middle East Task Force: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, Bethlehem United Church, 423 S.4th Ave. 663-1870 Joel Hastings, Pianist: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 41 5 ll. Fourth Ave. Works by Bach, Beethoven and Scarlatti, S5-S1 0. Reservations7692999 Todd Snider: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. MainSt.Acousticshowfromayoung southern rocker, S11. 761-1800 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:1 5 pm (see 3 Tue) Sprobay: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 3 Tue) 18 Wednesday 5% Oay Benefitting Wildftour Community Bakery: Whole Foods Market 9 am-9 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Part of your purchases will benefit Wildflour, a whole grain, not-forprofit, cooperative A2 bakery. 9713366 Orientation for Home-Schooling Families: A2 District Library 2-3:30 pm, Main Library. Cali for info. and to register. 994-2345 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Mass Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Services, social events , speake rs , ed ucati onal programsand social actionprojects. 769-0500 "Our Local Heritage": Out in the Academy 7-8:30 pm, Cali for location. Past LGBPO Advocates Maureen O'Rourke and Jim Toy look at A2's LGBT history in association with the "Long Road to Freedom" exhibit (see 15 Sun). 763-4186 Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 78:30 pm, Espresso Royale, 214 S. Main, (see 1 Sun) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Living With HIV:HIVAI DS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Perform or listen, S3. 7611800 Mass Meeting: Volunteers in Action Hillel 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 HillSt. Community service group linking UMstudentstoactivitiesworkingwith homeless people, children, the elderty, and the en vi ronment . 769-0500 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) Meeting: Latin American Solidarity Comm. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Portuguese Rodeo Clown Company: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Social Group 9 pm, cali for location. A social group for students who are lesbians, gays, and bisexuals. 763-4186 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) 19 Thursday Educational Program: Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project (WRAP) 1 1 am, Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. Serving the Les Bi Gay community. Topic TBA. 995-9867 Dinner for the Homeless: Volunteers in Action Hillel 3-7 pm, First United Methodist Church (across from Olga's). Help prepare (3-5 pm) and serve dinner (5-7 pm). 769-0500 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Shulchan Ivrit: Hillel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Volunteer Training: LGBPO 6 pm.LGBPO Lounge, 3rd floor Mich. Union. Volunteer and intern opportunities with lesbians, gay, and bisexual advocacy office. 7634186 Kol HaKavod Auditions: Hillel 6-10 pm (see 16 Mon) Deepwater Aerobics Program: A2 Parks & Ree 6:45-7:30 pm (see 1 0 Tue) The Art of Sushi: Whole Foods Market 78:30 pm, location TBA. Leam how to prepare sushi at home. 971-3366 TVQ:LGBPO7pm(see12Thu) JazzJam:Oz'sMusic7:30-9:30pm,1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with hest Michael J. Sommerfeld. Perform or listen. 6628283 Positive Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Mass Meeting: Jewish Feminist Group 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1 429 HiH St. For students and women from the A2 community, JFG reflects a wide range of religious and cultural values. 769-0500 Kari Newhouse: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Spare acoustic ballads and highenergy full band origináis, S8.75. 7611800 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) Thursdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Com - mons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm. Live jazz. (see 5 Thu) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Mare Price: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 9 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Seasoned stand up comic, S1 2. 741 -0022 Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 5 Thu) Al Hill: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 5 Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 1 0 pm (see 12 Thu) DJ Bubblicious: Heidelberg 1 0 pm (see 5 Thu) 20 Frïday Disarmament Group Meeting: ICPJnoon (see 6 Fri) "1996 Klan Rally": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 17 Tue) Lisa Waterbury: PJ's Records 7-8 pm, 619 Packard. In-store performance. It's no coincidence that one of Waterbuty's songs is called "Bluest Blues." 663-3441 Orientation for Home-Schooling Families: A2 District Library 7-8:30 pm (see 18 Wed) Meeting: Queer AsíanPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 6 Fr) "A Parisian Soireé": Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Chamber music, cabaret, and champagne, S1 0-S25. Reservations 769-2999 Fire Watch: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 8 pm, Botsford Recreational Preserve, 3015 Miller Rd. All-night vigil n preparation for fall equinox. 665-3522 RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. A2's favorite bluegrass band, S8.75. 7611800 Grads & Young Professional Veggie Shabbat Potluck: Hillel 8 pm, Lawyer's Club, Law Quad. Speaker following dinner. Topic: "Where s Netanyahu Leading Israel?" 769-0500 Fridays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm, 2101 Bonisieel, North Campus. Featuring bluegrass greats, The Raisin Pickers. 7647544 Concert: Jazz Dance Theater 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater, 911 N. University. Five dynamic pieces, S8-S12. 995-4242 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 6 Fri) Firebird Balalaika Ensemble: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 112 W. Washington. Russian and Eastern European music on traditional instruments. 769-2020 Marc Price: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 9 8. 11 pm (see 19 Thu) Greg Mclntosh, Audrey Becker, Jen Cass: Gypsy Cafe 9, 10, & 11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Three different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Vornhagen sings, and plays sax and flute, $5. 6628310 Wilbert Rawles: Heidelberg 10 pm, 215 N. Main. Delta blues with opening act, Ultramarine, $3. 663-7758 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 1 0:30 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third SI. Eclectic, recorded dance music(bringyour own tapes). Smoke-and alcohol-free, childrenwelcome,wheelchairaccessible,$2. 996-2405 (10am-8pm) 21 S aturda y Speakers Bureau Training: LGBPO cali for time and place. Class size is limited and includes a Sunday session. 763-41 86 Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Rec 1 0 am-noon (see 7 Sat) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm (see 7 Sat) Fall Equinox Ritual: Shining Lakes Grove Druidic Group 2-5 pm, Botsford Recreational Preserve, 3015 Miller Rd. 6653522 40th Anniversary Celebration Masses: St. Linus Parish 4 & 7 pm, St. Linus Parish, 6466 N. Evangeline, Dearbom Heights. All previous parishioners, pastors, deacons and others invited. 313-274-4500 Meeting: Lutherans Concerned 6:30 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Lutheran group for lebian, gay, and bisexual people. Scott 663-6954 Hal Ketchum: The Ark 7:30 & 9:30 pm, 316 S. Main. One of Nashville's brightest young writers and performers, $17.50. 761-1800 Donna RedWing Presentation: LGBPO 8 pm, Mich. Union Ballroom. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Defamation's National Field Director discusses past and future civil rights challenges in celebration of LGBPO's 25th Anniversary and the Long Road to Freedom exhibit. 763-41 86 "A Parisian Soireé: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm (see 20 Fri) "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "My Favorite Year": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Thu) "All My Sons": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Marc Price: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 9 & 11 pm (see 19 Thu) Steven Wríght: Office of Major Events 9 pm, Hill Auditorium. "The man with the monotone," S1 6. 763-TKTS Shears, Laurence Miller, Adam Druckman: Gypsy Cafe 9, 10, & 11 pm, 214 N. 4th Ave. Three different local musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm (see 20 Fri) 22 Sunday Meeting: Lambda Gratis r.all foriime, Aut Bar, 315 Braun Cl. 763-4186 40th Anniversary Celebration Masses: St. Linus Parish 8 am, 1 0 am, and noon. Reception following noon Mass. (see 21 Sat) Swimmers:A2QueerAquaticsSwimTeam 1 0:30 am (see 1 Sun) Cantori Amarylli: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, Borders Books & Music, 612 E. Liberty. Local five-voice early musicensemble. 668-7652 Bicycle Maintenance Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree 1-3 pm, Gallup Park Meeling Room. Basic repair skills (bring your bike), S5. Pre-register 662-931 9 Family Dance Series: A2 Parks & Ree 24:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Squares, contras, and other country dances, S6. 994-2928 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 2 pm (see 6 Fri) "1996 Klan Rally": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 17Tue) Students Involved in the Global Neighborhood: Guild House 5 pm (see 1 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 1 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals6pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7 pm (see 8 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Strange Altliction: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 1 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 1 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 23 Monday Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 9 Mon) Meeting: Labor Party of Washtenaw County 7 pm (see 9 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:15 pm (see 2 Mon) HIV & Recovery: Hl VAl DS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-10 pm (see 2 Mon) Yom Kippur Break Fast Meal: Jewish Feminist Group approx. 8:15 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Traditional meal following services. 769-0500 Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 2 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 24 Tuesday Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HlVAIDS Resource Center 6-10 pm (see 3 Tue) Israel Tuesday News Schmooze: American Movement for Israel 6 pm (see 3 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Deepwater Aerobics Program: A2 Parks & Ree 6:45-7:30 pm (see 10 Tue) Mass Meeting: Jewish Lesbian, Bisexual, and Gay Collective 7 pm, Hillel, 1 429 Hill St. Primarily a social group from a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrounds. 7690500 "Unison":PeacelnSight7pm,CTN, Cable Channel 9. Broadcast of June panel discussion of young people speaking about issues important to them. 769-7422 Meeting: A2-Juigalpa Sister City Committee 7:30 pm, 1st Baptist Church (Washington near State St.). Videotape on "Solar Electricity for Rural Development" in Nicaragua. 663-1870 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Mass Meeting: Progressive Jewish Collective 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Leftist campus groupforliberalmembers of the Jewish community. 7690500 Mass Meeting: Greek Jewish Forum 8pm,placeTBA. For Jewish students in the Greek system. 769-0500 The Carrie Newcomer Band featuring Jennifer Kimball: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. An evening of two great female songwriters, 51 0. 761-1800 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Swimmers:A2QueerAquaticsSwim Team 8:1 5 pm (see 3 Tue) Sprobay: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 3 Tue) 25 Wednesday Kevin Beckett: Nichols Arboretum 4 pm, Rm. 2046, Dana Building, School of Nat. Resources. Slide-illustrated lecture on Westonbirt Arboretum. 763-5832 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Weekly Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Help organize events and services. 769-0500 "25 Program Power": QueerUniversity Presentation 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, 3rd floor Mich. Union. Learn how to get your organization's meeting, lecture, party, or otherevent off the ground and through the University maze. 763-41 86 Meeting: Southeast Mich. 'sNaturists and Nude Beach Advocates 7 pm (see 11 Wed) Family Support Group Meeting: Washtenaw Alliance for the Mentally III 7:30 pm, St. Clare 's Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. For people who have mentally ill family members. 994-6611 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) "Weird Al" Yankovic: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Auditorium. Rock &roll'ssupremeparodistanditsreigning King of the Accordian, $12.50$18.50.763-8587 Wednesdays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Open Mie Night: Perf orm or listen and help choose winner. 764-7544 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S Main. With host Ratsy, $3. 761-1 800 Meeting: American SolidarityComm. 8 pm (see 4 Wed) Portuguese Rodeo Clown Company: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Social Group 9 pm, cali for location. A social group for students who are lesbians, gays, and bisexuals. 763-4186 26 Thursday Israel Information Oay: Hiliel by appointment, Hiliel, 1429 Hill St. Leam about study, kibbutz, aliyah opportunities in Israel. 769-0500 Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: ICPJnoon(see 12Thu) Art Start: A2 Parks & Ree 4-5:1 5 pm. Bryant Community Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Every Thu, for grades 3,4, and 5. Scholarships available. Pre-register 994-2722 Shulchan Ivrit: Hiliel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) Preview Night: A2 District Libra ry 68:30 pm, Main Library, Friends of the Library Bookshop (lower level). Sale of books and records, members only. Cali for membership info. 994-2345 Christian Singl e, Mix & Mingle: Christian Singles Network 6:30-10 pm, Old Society Bank, 575 Clark Rd., Ypsi. Spades and billiards, networking and sociaJizing, gospel music, S3. 4811753 Cooking Demo: Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm, location TBA. Learn healthful recipes with award-winning cookbookauthor Lorna J. Sass. 971-3366 Druid's Coffee Hour: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Sweetwaters Cafe, 1 23 W. Washington. Topic: Reading tarot cards. 313-729-6968 TVQ:LGBP0 7pm(see12Thu) "Confiscation of Land: The Bedouin Are Displaced for the Expansión of an Israeli Settlement in the West Bank": InterfaithCouncilfor Pea ce& Justice 7:30 pm, Bethlehem United Church, 423 S. 4th Ave. Speaker: Jim Sweeton. 663-1870 Acoustic Jam: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Michael Northrup. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Family, Friends, & Caregivers Support Group: Hl VAl DS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 12 Thu) "Apartment 3A" Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm, 137 Park St., Chelsea. World premiere of new comedy written by Jeff Daniels about a woman who gets a new apartment and a new lease on lite and love, S15-S20. 313475-7902 Mass Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 8 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Philanthropic org. which sponsors fundraising, educational, and social programs. 769-0500 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) Bruce Springsteen: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Auditorium. Firstever solo acoustic theater tour, fee TBA. 763-TKTS Dan BernLucy Kaplansky: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Two original new voices, S10. 761-1800 Thursdays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm. Live jazz. (see 5 Thu) Frank Vignola: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Sneering, cynical comedy, $10. 7410022 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ai Hill: Arbor Brewing Co. 9 pm (see 5 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 5 Thu) DJ Bubblicious: Heidelberg 10 pm (see 5 Thu) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 10 pm (see 12 Thu) 27 Friday "I Am Cuba": Cinema Guild cali tor time and fee, Nat. Sci. Auditorium. 1964 Russian-made cinematic hymn to the Cuban Revolution (see Screen Scène, page 14). 994-0027 Public Lecture Series: EMU Department of History and Philosophy 24:30 pm, McKenny Union's Alumni Room. Professor, ethicist and animal rights activist Torn Regan lectures on "Human and Nonhuman Animáis, Pattems of Resistance to Their Rights," reception to follow. 663-2259 "What's For Dinner?": Whole Foods Market 3-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Lesrnhowto prepare SoupAuPistou. 971-3366 "Unisón": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 24 Tue) Meeting: Queer AsianPacif ie Islanders 7:30 pm (see 6 Fri) Benita Valente, sopranoCynthía Raim, piano: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. UMS's season openerfeatures the world premiere of a song cycle written by William Bolcolm which draws upon the works of the late poet Jane Kenyon, S20-S32. 764-2538 Tori Amos: Office of Major Events 8 pm, Hill Aud. Featuring songs from herlatest album, "Boys for Pele," $20S23.50. 763-TKTS Jonatha Brooke: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Former member of "The Story" goes solo, S1 2.50. 761-1800 FridaysinLeonardo's:PierpontCommons Arts & Programs 8-1 0 pm, 21 01 Bonisteel, North Campus. Featuring the jazz and blues of Marietta Baylis. 764-7544 "Goodnight Irene": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "Apartment 3A" Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 26 Thu) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 8:15 pm (see 6 Fri) Frank Vignola: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 26 Thu) Steve Osburn: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 112 W. Washington. Classical guitar and Chapman Stick. 769-2020 Drumtalk, Kurt Lindemann, TBA: Gypsy Cafe 9, 1 0, & 1 1 pm, 21 4 N. 4th Ave. Three different musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Sunny Wilkinson: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Vocalist from E. Lansing, $5. 662-8310 28 S aturda y Linden Park Picnic: Older Lesbians Organizing (0L0) Events and adivines open to women of all ages. 6686276 "Vaccinations: Concerns and Alternatives":Trusting Nature 9am-noon, Zion Lutheran Church, 1501 W. Liberty. Class taught by midwife Patty Brennan encourages parents to take a critical look at vaccines, S30. 6631523 Home Buyer Seminar: A2 Parks & Ree 1 0 am-noon, Bryant Community Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Designed to make home ownership more affordable to everyone. Participants are awarded a certifícate entitling them to apply fora mortgage loan under Standard Federal's Community Home Buyer's program. 994-2722 Free HIVAntibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm (see 7 Sat) "Admiral Eugene Carroll on the Effect of Military Spending on Social Programs": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 1-4 pm, place TBA. The Admiral keynotes a panel discussion moderated by State Sen. Alma Wheeler Smith. 663-1870 Spider Spying: A2 Parks & Ree 1-4 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. For children 3-5 years old accompanied by an adult. Pre-register 662-9319 Harvest Evening: A2 Parks & Ree 59pm,Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard Rd. Theme: "Preparing the farm for winter," S2. 994-2928 Basic Witchcraft: Magical Educational Council 6 pm (see 14 Sat) Lots of Laughs: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill Si. Meet for Havdalah then on to Mainstreet Comedy Club, $3. RSVP Scott 669-9365 World of Slide Guitar: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. With Brooklyn's Bob Brozman, India's Oebashish Bhattacharya, and Britain's Martin Simpson, $10.761-1800 "Goodnightlrene": Performance Net work 8 pm (see 6 Fri) "Apartment 3A" Purple Rose Theatre8pm(see26Thu) Frank Vignola: Mainslreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 & 10:30 pm (see 26 Thu) Steve Osburn, TBA, Lisa Hunter: Gypsy Cafe 9, 1 0, & 1 1 pm, 21 4 N . 4th Ave. Three different musical performances on the hour. 994-3940 Sunny Wilkinson: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 28 Fri) 29 Sunday "I Am Cuba": Cinema Guild cali for time and fee, Nat. Sci. Auditorium. 1964 Russian-made cinematic hymn to the Cuban Revolution (see Screen Scène, page 14). 994-0027 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquati es Swim Team 10:30 am (see 1 Sun) Mosaic Winds: Upstairs at Borders 1 pm, Borders Books & Music, 61 2 E. Liberty. Woodwind trio. 668-7652 "Homeopathie Remediesfor Lactation & Infant Care": Trusting Nature 1:30-4:00 pm, 25219 Gratiot, Roseville. Midwife Patty Brennan discusses natural treatments for postpartum mom and baby, $30. Preregister. Diane 81 0-774-761 1 "Goodnight Irene" Benefit for AntiRacism Work: ICPJ & Others 2 pm (show), 4:30 pm (panel discussion), 408 W. Washington. See6 Friforplay description, $1289 studs&srs. 6631870 "Apartment 3A" Purple Rose Theatre 2 & 7 pm (see 26 Thu)) "Unisón": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 24Tue) Students Involved in the Global Neighborhood: Guild House 5 pm (see 1 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Oei Rio 6-9 pm (see 1 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals6pm(see1 Sun) "Goodni ght Irene": Performance Network 7 pm (see 6 Fri) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: YpsilantiLesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Ellis PaulBarbara Kessler: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. East-coast contemporary songwriters, S1 0. 761 -1 800 Strange Affliction: ArborBrewingCo. 9 pm (see 1 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 1 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 30 Monday Youth Soloist Competition Registration Deadline: A2 Symphony Orchestra Open to all piano students age 12-20. 994-4801 Art Studio: A2 Parks & Ree 4-5:1 5 pm, Bryant Comm. Center, 3 W. Eden Ct. Every Mon, for grades 1-8. Scholarships available. Pre-register 994-2722 Women's Support Group 5 pm (see 9 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:15 pm (see 2 Mon) HIV& Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons 8-10 pm (see 2 Mon) Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 2 Mon)

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