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UTERARY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Book & Poetry Readings, Art Exhlbitions, Workshops, Pubiication Partfes, Wrtters Artist Opportunities, etc, Groups, etc. are Usted are Usted In the ín the LrmtAfíYEVEtfrS VtSUALAflTS Calendar Calendar (page t4). (fage89). Topublicize April Calendar events, send inlorniation by Martí) 15 lo AGENDA, 220 S. Main SI. , Ann Albor, MI 48104. Unlessotherwisenoted, all events lisled in the CALENDAR are tree and open to ihe public. All localions are in Ann Arbor unless olherwise noted. 1 Saturday "Toward Understanding": American Friends Service Committee 9 am-5 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Churdi, 801 S. Forest. A workshop teaching a nonviolent approach to com municarjon about sexual orientationthatencou rages dialogue, preregister. 761-8283 Planning Retreat: PFLAG 9 am-3 pm, Mich. Room, Mich. Union. Discussion of meeting structure, membership, programs, and fundraising. 996-1927 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm. For gay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800-5782300 "Hamlet ":MichiganTheater1:45-7pm, 603 E. Liberty. Kenneth Branagh's 4-hour version, $5-$6.50. 668-8480 "The Blue Bird": Ann Arbor Young Actors Guild 3 & 7:30 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. Siblings travel through supernatural worlds and act out moral and philosophical visions, $5-$7. 930-1614 What's Tappenin' Tap Concert: Michigan Tap Assoc. 7 pm, Ann Arbor Civic Theater, 2275 Platt Rd. State of the art tap dance with Rhythm ISS, Lane Alexander, and the Jazz Janitors, $16. 669-0210 "Mary Goldstein & the Author" & "River Dreams": Performance Network 8 pm. 408 W.Washington. "Mary..." sa lyrical exploration of what it means to be a woman in a man's world. Two slaves risk their lives to find freedom n "River...," $9-$1 2. 663-0681 Labor Day": Purple Rose Theatre8pm, 137 Park St, Chelsea. Written by Kim Carney: Sharon & Matt and Ginny & Ron travel to a Northem Michigan resort foran "end of the summer" holiday they will neverforget,$15-$20. 475-7902 "Blame It On the Movies": Croswell Opera House 8 pm, 129 E. Maumee St„ Adrián. Acollection of 75 songs spanning 40 years of silver screen music, $1 3-$1 5. 517-264-SHOW Ensemble Oubache: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Baroque quartet composed of the Baroque flute, violin and viola da gamba and the harpsichord, $5-$12. 769-2999 Utah Phillips, Glenda Baker with Emily Hooper-Lansana, and Laura Pershin: The Arte 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Storytelling festival, $15. 761-1800 First Saturday Contra Dance: AACTMD 8 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall, Ann ArborSaline Rd. This f riendly and aerobic social activity has evolved from early American community dancing - no experience or partner necessaiy, $6. 913-2076 Mose Allison Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 & 11 pm, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Allison (pianovocals). Dan Kolton (bass), and Torn Brown (drums), $12.50-$15. 810-645-6666 Company of Strangers: Heidelberg 9 pm, In the Rathskeller, 215 N. Main. Music trom both sides of the Atlantic. 663-7758 Cocodrie: Gypsy Cafe 9:30 pm-12 am, 214 N. 4th Ave. Authentic Cajun and Zydeco dance music on traditional instruments. 995-5356 Blues Free For All: Heidelberg 10 pm, TheClubAbove,215N. Main. Opening act TBA, featuring Dave Kaftin, Chris Goerke and Tharone playing blues and R & B, $4$5. 663-7758 2 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am, cali for location. 6630036 Storytelling Festival: The Art 1 & 3 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Children's concert, $7. 761 - 1800 "Jungle 2 Jungle": Fox Theatre 1 pm, Fox Theatre, Detroit Tim Allen will host a Benefit Premiere of his new family comedy forthe Lighthouse of Oakland County, Inc., $20. (810) 645-6666 "Toward Understanding": American Friends Service Committee 1:30-5:30 pm (see 1 Sat) "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 1:45 & 7 pm (see 1 Sat) " Prisoners of Conscience , Part I" : Peace InSight 2 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Local people who have been arrested for their political beliefs report their experiences. 769-7422 "Labor Day" : Purple Rose Theatre 2 & 7 pm (see 1 Sat) "Blame 11 On the Movies": Croswell Opera House 3 pm (see 1 Sat) Trio VarsovierrKenytown Concert House 4 pm, 41 5 N. 4th Ave. Grads of the Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, play piano, violin and cello. $10-$15. 769-2999 Meeting: Gay & Lesbian Buddhist Fel lowship 4-6 pm, cali for location. Meditation.discussion, and more. 31 3-283-6568 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 122 W. Washington. Live music. 761-2530 Services lor Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life MetropolitanComm. Church 6 pm, 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 677-1418 Discussion: Hurón Valley Greens 7-9 pm, 3d Floor, Room D, Mich. League. Topic: Green Philosophy. 663-3555 Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm, 215 N. Main. Big band jazz, $5. 663-7758 "MaryGoldstein ..." & " River Dreams": Performance Network 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Israel i Dancing: Hillel 1 0 pm , H illel, 1429 Hill St. Novices to veterans, $2.50. 769-0500 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA730 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 721-2081 Madcat & Kane wClaudia Schmidt: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Blues harmonica & guitarist wvocalist, $10. 761-1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig9pm,208S.First SL Guest musicians join house band, The Terraplanes, $2. 971-2469 Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Com - pany 9 pm-12 am, 116 E. Washington. Folk music. 213-1393 Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bint of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. Play orlisten.nocover. 662-8310 3 Monday Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus cali for time & place. A Lesbian Gay Bi and Trans chorus. Every Mon. 741-8000 x140 HIV & Recovery: HIVAIDS Resource Center Every Monday. For HlV-positive men and women who are chemically dependent. Callforreferral. 800-578-2300 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time and place. 663-0036 Job Hunters Networking Group: Soundings- A Center for Women 10-11:30 am, 4090 Packard. Meets weekly, $5 session. 973-7723 Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd Floor. Every Mon. Open toall women. 763-41 86 "Begin to Understand and Rectify Phobias and Anxiety Disorders": EMU's Lifespan Leaming 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St, Topic: Phobias and how to overeóme them, $10. 487-9456 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Llturgists' Round Table: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Sweetwaters Cafe, 1 23 W. Washington. 665-8428 Drama Workshop: Kerrytown Concert House 7-9 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Selfexpression through dramatic intervention, imagination and creativity, 8-week Class, $130. 662-1450 "Master of the Arts": Unrversity Musical SocietyMichiganRadio8-9pm.WU0M. 91 .7 FM. Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis' conversation with jazz musician, critic, and author Stanley Crouch. 764-9210 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30-1 1 pm, 1 1 6 E. Washington. Acoustic Irish music. 213-1393 Monday Night Out Group: LGBPO 9 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Weekly social for lesbians, bisexual people, and gay men. 763-4186 Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm-1 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Awardwinning big band jazz, $3. 662-8310 4 Tuesday Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center Every Tue. & Wed Supportgroup for men & women. Cali for referral. 800578-2300 Swimmers:A2QueerAquaticsSwimTeam (see 3 Mon) CareerConnectioirSoundings - A Center tor Women 9 am-noon, 4090 Packard. Interactive workshop to fïnd your talents, preferencesandvaluesforrewardingwork, $75. 973-7723 Tyke Program-'Meat Eating Birds": A2 Parks & Ree 10-11:30 am & 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Ages 45 will be introduced to a different camivorous bird each week, $25child for 4 Tuesdays, pre-register. 662-7802 Downtown Sounds: A2 District Library 12:10-1 pm, Main Library, multi-purpose room, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Denice Turck string quartet performs bird-themed pieces. 9942333 Habitat tor Humanity: Volunteers in ActionHillel 1-3:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Help build homes for low-income families. Dan 213-1459 "Making the Connection- An Introductiontottie Internet": EMU's Lilespan Learning 6-9 pm, EMU Library. Room 102, Ypsilanti. Keith Stangerwill clarify the many Internetapplicationsanddiscusshowtoget connected to the Internet, (hands-on lab on 1 1 Tue), $25 for 2 sessions. 487-9456 String Figure Fun: A2 District Library 6-7 pm, Main Library, Youtti Dept., 343 S. Fifth Ave. For 8 years and up, pre-register. 9942345 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm. Call-in radio show with the A2 Tenants Union. 763-3500 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6-9 pm (see 1 Sat) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm (walkers) & 6:30 pm (runners), meet outside Food & Drug Mart, Packard and Stadium. 747-8947 A Guide to Photographing Historie Architecture: EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:308:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Randy Mascharka discusses the key elements of good archrtectural photography, $1 9for 2 sessions. 4879456 Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30-8 pm, SAFE House, 4100 Clark Rd. Weekly meeting for lesbian survivors of lesbian battering. 973-0242 x201 Meeting: Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm. Every Tue. Cali Alan or Joe for location. 662-2222 "Prisoners of Conscience, Part II": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Local people who have been arrested for their political beliefs report their experiences. 769-7422 Druidic Lore & Magie Tradition: Shining Lakes Grove 7-8:30 pm & 8:30-10 pm, Ancient Formulas, 1 677 Plymouth Rd. Topic I: "Ethics and Honor," Topic II: "Fire and Energy Work," pre-register. 485-8632 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1 Sat) English Country Dancing: AnnArborCouncil tor Traditional Music and Dance 7-9:45 pm, Chapel Hill Condominium Ciubhouse, 3350 Green Rd. Social dancing to hits from 17th & 18th century England. No partner needed, beginners welcome, $4. 426-0261 "Toy Story": Walt Disney's World On Ice 7:30 pm, Joe Louis Arena, Detroit. Choreographed by Olympic Gold Medalist Robin CousinsandledbyEddieGornickasWoody and Stanislav Jirov as Buzz Lightyear, $11 .50-$1 7.50. 313-983-6606 Carrot Top: EMU's The Leaming Edge 8 pm, EMU's Pease Aud, Ypsilanti. Comedy concert, cali forprice. 487-1221 Video Planning Meeting: Peace InSight 8 pm, Expresso Royale Caffe II, 214 S. Main. Help produce shows for local cable cast on peace & social justice issues. 761 -7749 Reeltime: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Traditional Irish music, $12.50. 761-1800 Ice Skating Party: Motor City Blade Runners 8-9:30 pm, Yost Ice Arena. The Blade Runners took the bronze medal in the Gay Games IV in Men's Ice Hockey; join them in skating, races, free lessons. Alan 426-91 96 Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, Bird ot Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. DJ Bubblicious spins hip-bop dance favorites, $3.662-8310 Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am. 1 1 6 E. Washington. Jazz Quartet. 2131393 Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm, 2nd Cooley Lounge, East Quad. Dyke-related issues. 763-41 86 5Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Career Connection: Soundings9 am-noon (see 4 Tue) Brown Bag Presentation: EMU's Women's Center noon-1 pm, 234 Goodison Hall, Ypsilanti. Topic: Women in History. 4871221 "Labor Day": Purple Rose Theatre 3 & 8 pm (see 1 Sat) Women's Therapy & Support Group: Soundings - A Center lor Women 5:307:30 pm, 4090 Packard. Clarify your inner goals, learn about the beliefs that hold you back and healthy ways to move forward, sliding ree. 973-7723 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm. Closets R 4 Clothes (6 pm) and Radio Q (6:30 pm). News and more for the LesBi GayTrans communities. 763-3500 "Numismatics - Money, Money, Money!": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:308:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Dr. Bemie O'Connor explores how the modern U.S. monetary system reflects trends in politics, social attitude, historical awareness, religión, cultural phenomena and economie theories, $10.487-9456 Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union. Every Wed. 763-4186 Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Services, social events, speakers, educational programs & social action projects. Lisa 669-0388 Bardic Llturgists' Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 1325 Rosewood. Creating the Bards' contnbutions to the Spring Equinox ritual. 485-8632 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Shamanic Journey: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm, Friends Meeting House, 1420 Hill St. Weekly trance sessions provide an entry into the realms of the spirits for healing, divination and self-discovery. 6633276 "Toy Story": Walt Disney s World On Ice 7:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Bad Livers:TheArk8pm,316S.Main. High energy bluegrass with a cowpunk twist, $11.761-1800 "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. A group of black musicians await blues queen "Ma" Rainey along with two white men and what goes on that evening is more than just music - it is a powerful revelation of exploitation, racism, and the self-hatred that racism breeds, $16. 971-2228 Invasión of Improv: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Uncertainly Principies improvs with the audience. Open mikerswelcome,$1.50-$3. 996-9080 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Ron Brooks (bass), Riek Roe (piano), Pete Siers (drums), $3. 662-8310 6 Thursday Positive Women's Day Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center Meets altérnate Thursdays. Group for HlV-positive women. Cali for referral. 800-578-2300 "Toy Story": Walt Disney 's World On Ice 11 am & 7:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Skating Auditions for "Toy Story": Walt Oisney's World On Ice 3 pm, Joe Louis Arena, 600 Civic Center Dr., Detroit. Males and females with strong figure skating ability and availability to travel. Bring skates, resume and photo. 941-349-4848 Meeting: HomelessActionCommittee5 30 pm, 802 Monroe. Group organized to address the problems of poverty and homelessness. 930-0601 Shulchan Ivrit: AMIHillel 5:30 pm, downstairs, Cava Java, 1101 S. Univ. Practice your Hebrew in a fun, social atmosphere. 769-0500 Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 6 pm, Hillel, 1 429 Hill St. Student group dedicated to helping Jews in need. Ari 998-1964 Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 7 Tue) Spotlight on Blues' Storytellers: EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU DepotTown Center, 32 E. Cross St, Ypsilanti. Michael Jewett will examine the notion of song writing in an oralfolk tradition, $1 2 or $19 for 2 sessions. 487-9456 Oruidic Worship Circle: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 1 325 Rosewood. 665-8428 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1 Sat) "Open" Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1 920 Packard. Open stage- all genres - with host Lili Fox. Perform orlisten. 6628283 "Come Good Rain": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. In 1980, George Bwanika Seremba was shot six times and leftfordead bysoldiers underthe Idi Amin regime in his home country of Uganda. Now he is backto teil his story, $9$12(Thursdayis"paywhat-you-can"night). 663-0681 Vinx: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. "Prehistorie Pop," $11. 761-1800 "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Wed) "Labor Day": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Sat) Al Lubel: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty, $10. 996-9080 Live Call-ln: Peace InSight 9 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Hosted by Thom Saffold, President ICPJ. 769-7422 Al Hill & the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am, 1 1 6 E. Washington. Delta Bluesboogie woogie. 213-1393 ■Ét &. áP BEÉte rk 18- AGENDA- MARCH 1997 Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm, 1 585 Franklin, Detroit. Big band jazz, $2.313-259-1374 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird ol Paradise 9 pm (see5Wed) Industrial Dance Night: Heidelberg 10 pm-1:30 am, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. DJ's Adrián & Doug, $4. 663-7758 7 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) First Friday Potlucks: LGBPOcall for nfo. "Food and fun, for women." 994-5623 15th Annual People of Color Career Conference: U-M Women of Color Task Force7 am-5 pm, MLB. "Looking Back, Moving Forward," keynote address by motivational speaker, Thelma Wells. 9363326 Disarmam ent Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon, Memorial Church, 730 Tappan St. 663-1 870 Group for Women Therapists: Soundings - A Center for Women 2:30-4:30 pm, 4090 Packard. Networking, case conferencing, and occasional presentations. 973-7723 "Eat Your Greens": Whole Foods Market 3-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Cooking demonstration featuring leafy-green vegetables, pre-register. 971-3366 Delivering Shabbat Meáis: Hillel 3-4:1 5 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Deliver meáis to homebound elderty. 769-0500 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Sextet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Dixieland and swing selections, no cover. 6628310 "PrisonersofConscience,PartH":Peace InSight 6 pm (see 4 Tue) Matt & Monica Camp: PJ's Records Free Concert 7-8 pm, PJ's Records and UsedCDs,617-BPackard.ln-storeacoustic performance: ethereal folk. 663-3441 Artisans' Guild Meeting: Shining Lakes Grave 7-9 pm, 507 Peari St., Ypsilanti. 485-8632 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1Sat) Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm, cali for location. Meets every Fn. 763-4186 "Buying a New Computer": A2 District Libraiy7:30-9pm,WestBranch,Westgate Shopping Center. What to look for when buying a computer. 994-1674 "Toy Story": WaltDisney'sWorld On Ice 7:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Jazz at the Edge": Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 41 5 N. 4th Ave. Tim Beme's Bloodcount, $8-$1 5. 769-2999 Riders in the Sky wRFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Three cowpokes perform skits and songs, $15. 761-1800 Wynn & John: Heidelberg 8 pm, In the Rathskeller, 215 N. Main. Good time oldes, easy listening and fun dance songs. 663-7758 " Labor Day" : Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Sat) "Come Good Rain": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Thu) "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom": A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm (see 5 Wed) Al Lubel: MainstreetComedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Bill Janovitz (rom Buffalo Tom w Lincolnville: Prism Productions 9 pm, Magie Stick, 4140 Woodward, Detroit, $9. 313-99-MUSiC Firebird Balalaika Ensemble: Cate Zola 9-1 1 pm, 1 1 2 W. Washington. Russian & Eastern European music. 769-2020 Local Jazz Ensemble: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30am, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 6628310 Scott Morgan's Key to the Highway: Heidelberg 1 0 pm, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. Local blues and Detroit 60's rock, $4-$5. 663-7758 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 1 0:30 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. Eclectic, recorded dance music (bring your own tapes). Smoke-and alcoholfree, children welcome, wheelchair accessible, $2. 996-2405 8 Saturday Community Garage Sale: Recycle Ann Altor 9 am-3 pm, RAA's ReUse Center, 2420 S. Industrial. 662-6288 Free HIVAntibodyTesting: HARC 10am2 pm (see 1 Sat) "Toy Story": Walt Disney's World On Ice 1 1 :30 am, 3:30 pm & 7:30 pm (see4 Tue) "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 1:45 pm (see 1 Sat) "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom": A2 Civic Theatre2&8pm(see5Wed) Eclectic Witchcraft: Magical Education Council 6-9 pm, ICC Education Center, 1522 Hill St. Informal discussions of the ancient religión of Europe. 663-3276 Lesbian & Gay Comedy Fest: Southeast Michigan Pride6:30pm.Milennium Theatre Center, Southfield, $1 8-S25. 7634186 Marga Gómez- Half LesbianHall Cuban:TheArk8pm,316S.Man.Warning: some material may not be suitable for children or Republicans, $15. 761-1800 Symphonic Visions: Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, Michigan Theatre. Program: Rossini's "William Teil Overture," Dvorák's "Slavonic Dances," Beettioven's "Symphony No. 6," Borodin's "In the Steppes of Central Asia" and Mussorgski's "Pictures at an Exhibition," $18-$28. 994-4801 "Come Good Rain": Performance Network 8 pm (see 6 Thu) "Labor Day": Purple Rose Theatre8pm (see 1 Sat) Wynn & John: Heidelberg 8 pm (see 7 Fri) Al Lubel: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Local Jazz Ensemble: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30am (see 7 Fri) 9 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team10:30am(see2Sun) Second Sunday Stroll - Winter Olympics: A2 Parta & Rec 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Outdoor híketofind snowfly and snow flea contestants. $3person or$1 0family. 662-7802 Kids Concerts: Oz's Music 1 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage for the young ones with host Steve Osburn. Perform or listen. 662-8283 "Toy Story": Walt Disney's World On Ice 1 & 5 pm (see 4 Tue) "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 1:45 & 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Gender-Free Contra Dance: AARC Dancers & PierpontCommons 2-5 pm. Michigan League Ballroom.Americanfolkdancing without gender-specific dance roles. No partner or experience necessary, $5$6. 764-6978 Healers' Guild Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 2-4 pm, Ancient Formula, 1677 Plymouth Rd.Topic: Nutrition. 487-4931 "PrisonersofConscience, Part II": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 4 Tue) "Labor Day": Purple RoseTheatre 2 & 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7-8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 "Come Good Rain": Performance Network 7 pm (see 6 Thu) Decisión Making Meeting: Huron Valley Greens 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Cheryl Wheeler: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Contemporary folk music, $1 2.50. 761-1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Sun) 10 Monday HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 3 Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 3 Mon ) Job Hunters Networking Group: Soundings10-11:30am(see3Mon) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 3 Mon) Rebroadcast of Live Call-ln: Peace InSight 5 pm (see6Thu) "Diamonds - C ut, Clarity, Color, Carat": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St„ Ypsilanti. Learn where and how to shop tordiamonds, appropriate prices and gem alternatives to diamonds, $1 0. 487-9456 Business Meeting: Labor Party of WashtenawCounty7pm,WoodenSpoon Books, 200 N. 4th Ave. Organizing on behalf of the U.S. Labor Party. 91 3-4691 Mondays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons 7-9 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Randy Napoleon & friends play jazz, classic and original tunes. 764-7544 Youth Activities Committee Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Bill Knapps, 2370 Carpenter. Help plan activities for children. 665-8428 "Hamlet": Michigan Theater 7 pm (see 1 Sat) Rosh Hodesh Service: Hillel 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Feminist service to welcome Adar. 769-0500 Meeting: All iance for the Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7.30 pm, St. Clares Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. Topic: New Developments in Clubhouses. 9946611 Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 3 Mon) 11 Tuesday SupportSocial Group: LGBPO Cali for time, 3rd floor Michigan Union. For transgenderists,transexuals,cross-dressers, Third Genders, intersexuals. and those questioning their genders. 763-4186 Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Tyke Program-" Meat-Eating Birds" : A2 Parks & Ree 1 0-1 1 :30 am & 1 -2:30 pm (see 4 Tue) John Powers: Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series 1 0:30 am, Mendelssohn Theater. With author of "Do Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?" and "The Last Catholic in America," $1 5-$30. 665-261 0 Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers in ActionHillel 1 -3:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Library Orientation for Home Schooling Families: A2 District Library 2-3:30 pm, Main Library, Youth Dept., 343 S. Fifth Ave. Pre-register. 994-2345 "Life 101": Soundings - A Center for Women 4-6 pm, 4090 Packard. Meets 6 Tuesdays. Topic: "Wisdom Within from a Spiritual Perspective," $120, pre-register. 973-7723 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-630 pm (see 4 Tue) "Making the Connection- An Introduction to the Internet": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6-9 pm (see 4 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 1 Sat) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) A Guide to Photographing Historie Architecture: EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Opening Reception: 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 pm, Michigan Theatre. 16mm independent and experimental film from all over the U.S. and the world. $1 0,000 in prizes. Plus sneak preview performance by Dance GalleryPeter Sparling and Co., $6-$10, $35 for entire week. 995-5356 "International Banking": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. The first videoshowshowlMF-required economie Structural Adjustment leads to an increased military budget and an economy that can't pay back the loan and the second video shows incentives for U.S. companies to move their manufacturing abroad. 769-7422 Peach Mountain Intermedíate Contra Dance 7-9:45 pm, Chapel Hill Condominium Clubhouse, 3350 Green Rd. Folk dancing for those who know the basics, $4.913-0395 The Origami Guy: A2 District Library 78 pm, Main Library, multi-purpose room, 343S. Fifth Ave. Paperfolding projectsfor the entire family. 994-2333 Religious Coalition on Latin America: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, 1 st BaptistChurch, Washington & State. Planningfor"lnside the School of the Americas" and "School of the Assassins." 663-1870 Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm.Mich. Union. Localchapterof independentworldwide movement. 6680660 Guy Davis: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Davis forms hissongsasstories woven of tales from the African American experience, the great blues masters, and his ownlife, $10. 761-1800 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8-10:30 pm, Leonardo's, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Learn a variety of international dances, beginners welcome, no partner needed. 662-4258 Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm1 2 am (see 4 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group : Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm ( see 4 Tue) 12 Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Brown Bag Presentation : EMU's Women's Center noon-1 pm (see 5 Wed) "Coming Out, Coming Home" : Guild House 5:15 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. Video aboul members of the first congregation, predominantly composed of gay, lesbian and bi-sexual people, to be accepted into a mainline denomination. Rice-n-Beans supperfollowed by Forum Discussion at 6 pm, $5.662-5189 Women's Therapy & Support Group: Soundings - A Center tor Women 5:307:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Gay Radio Hour WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 5 Wed) "Making Music": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. RandyTessier of George Bedard and the Kingpins will help you become a songwriter by teaching how to experiment with lyrics and chord structures, $25 for 2 sessions. 487-9456 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm , plus a skit in homage to silent film (see 1 1 Tue) Mens SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 5 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council7:30pm(see5Wed) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Perform or listen, $3. 761-1800 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30-1 1 pm (see 5 Wed) Invasión of Improv: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Group 9-11 pm, 2nd Cooley Lounge, EastQuad.Socialgroupfor lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. 763-2792 Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 5 Wed) 13 Thursday Positive Women's Evening Group: HIW AIDS Resource Center Meets altérnate Thursdays.GroupforHIV-positive women. Cali for referral. 800-578-2300 Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon , cali for location. Plan anti-racism work, welfare simulationsand non-violencetraining. 6631870 Dinner for the Homeless: Volunteers in ActionHillel 3-7 pm, First United MethodistChurch. Help prepare (3-5 pm) and serve dinner (5-7 pm). Llana 769-0500 Music Engineering Seminar Series: U-M School of Music4:1 5 pm, 2039 E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. "Analysisand Synthesis of Violin Vibrato" by Maureen Mellody. 7640594 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee5 30 pm(see6Thu) Shulchan Ivrit: AMIHillel 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 6 pm (see 6 Thu) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Spotlight on Blues' Keyboard Ticklers and Piano Pounders": EMU's Lifespan Leaming 6:30-8:30 pm (see 6 Thu) 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7, 9:30 & 1 1 pm, (1 1 pm showfree!) piusa performance by GKW. (see 1 1 Tue) TVQ "Costa Brava": LGBPO 7 pm LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union. Spanish-made, English language romantic comedy about a Barcelona tour guide who falls in love with an Israeli university instructor. 763-4186 Business Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe St. 6658428 "Proud To Be Me- A Self Esteem Workshop & Support Group torWomen":Soundings - A Center for Women 7-9 pm, 4090 Packard. Self-im provementworkshop, sliding fee, pre-register. 973-7723 "Older Women Workers - APresentation and Discussion": Soundings - A Center for Women 7-9 pm, 4090 Packard. Workshop addressing the unique needs of older working women, pre-register. 973-7723 Library Orientation for Home Schooling Families: A2 District Library 7-8:30 pm (see 1 1 Tue) Songwriter's Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:309:30 pm, 1920 Packard. With host Jim Novak. Perform or listen. 662-8283 "The Colored Museum": The Theatres of EMU 8 pm, Sponberg Theatre, Quirk Bldg., EMU. A biting satire by George C. Wolfe that uses humorand wit to shred African American stereotypes, (Thursday is a fundraiser for SOS Community Crisis Center), $6-$1 2. 487-1221 WCBN Bash: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Annual fundraiser, price TBA. 761-1800 Jeremy Enigk trom Sunnyday Realestate wRed Red Meat: Prism Productions 8 pm, Magie Stick, 41 40 Woodward, Detroit, $1 0. 313-99-MUSIC Thursdays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons8-1 0 pm. 21 01 Bonisteel, North Campus. Live jazz. 764-7544 7th Annual Spring Dances: Co-Laleral Dance Collective 8 pm, Performance ■ work, 408 W. Washington. Seven performances by old and new choreographers, $9-$12(Thursdaysare"pay-what-you-can" nights). 663-0681 Jazz Combos: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Rackham Aud. Live jazz. 764-0594 Emo Phillips: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase8:30pm,314E.überty.Takeawalkon the flip side with this comedy waif straight from the Land of Oz via the Twilight Zone, $14.996-9080 Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm, Wolverine Rm., Mich. Union. Campus activist group fighting homophobia and heterosexsm. 763-4186 Al Hill and the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am (see 6 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon9 pm (see 6 Thu) Ron BrooksTrio: Birdof Paradise 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Industrial Dance Night: Heidelberg 1 0 pm1 30 am (see 6 Thu) 14 Friday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali fortime and shows, 21 1 S. Woodward Ave., Birmingham. Watch the five films nominated for "Best Picture" for the Academy awards: "Jerry Maguire," "Shine," "The English Patiënt," "Fargo,"and "Secrets and Lies." Individual and package prices. 810-644-3419 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquati es Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Native American Law Day: U-M MultiEthnicStudentAftairs1-4pm,100Hutchins Hall, U-M Law School. Topic: Casinos & Indian Gaming. 764-2006 Ethel V. Curry Distinguished Lecture in Musicology: U-M School of Music 5 pm, Rackham Recital Hall. "Stravinsky and Us" by Richard Taruskin. 764-0594 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Sextet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm (see 7 Fri) "International Banking": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 1 1 Tue) Jim Presley: PJ's Records Free Concert 78 pm. PJ's Records and Used CDs, 617-3 Packard. Native American folk meets country-western meets alternative rock. 6633441 "Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt - From Prehistory to Late Antiquity": Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 7 pm , Angelí Hall, Aud. C. Discussion by JenniferSheridan, of Wayne State University, with a reception and exhibition to follow at the Kelsey Museum. 764-9304 Druidic Worship Circle: Shining Lakes Grove 7-11 pm, Drumming, singing, and fun. 665-8428 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 & 9:30 pm, plus a performance piece by Dr. Arwulf Arwulf. (see 1 1 Tue) SupportDiscussionGroup:LGBPO Women of Color 7 pm, 3110 Mich. Union. For all lesbian, bisexual, and questioning women of color. 763-4186 Empatheatre: Kerrytown Concert House 7:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Improvisational situations acted out at audience's request, ■ $6-$1 2. 769-2999 Second Friday Discussions: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO) 7:30-9:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 21 5 S. 4th Ave. Topic TBA. 663-0036 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Richard Goode: University Musical Society 8 pm, Hill Aud., 825 N. Univ. Grammy award winning pianist, $16-$42. 764-2538 Crossroads Ceili: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Cape Breton and Scottish music and step dancing, $11. 761-1800 Odds with Guts: Prism Productions 8 pm. 7th House, 7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac, $8. 313-99MUSIC "Cosi Fan Tutte": EMU's Opera Workshop and Chamber Orchestra 8 pm, Pease Auditorium, EMU. One of Mozart's most popular operas, sung in English, cali tor price. 487-1221 "AFewGoodMen":UAC'sSophShow8pm,UClub, 530 S. State. Play adaptation, $6. 7633281 "The Colored Museum": The Theatres of EMU 8pm(see13Thu) 7th Annual Spring Dances: Co-Lateral Dance Collective8pm(see13Thu) Emo Phillips: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 13 Thu) Marco Braschtein: Half Way Inn 9 pm, East Quad Basement, Church & HUI. GuitaristforPete Moss & The Fungís plays acoustic, slide and electric guitar, $4. 764-8558 The Second Hand String Band: Cafe Zola 9-1 1 pm, 1 12 W. Washington. New acoustic music from local quartet. 769-2020 Fridays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons 911 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Music from Three Guys Named Moe. 764-7544 Patti Richards wJeff Kressler Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1:30 am, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. New CD "Blues Equinox" with Richards on vocals & Kressleron piano, $5. 6628310 Deep Space Six: Heidelberg 10 pm, The Club Above, 21 5 N. Main. Grateful Dead covers, 50's, 60's and 70's dance music, $4-$5. 663-7758 15 Saturday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali fortime and shows (see 14 Fri) Psychodrama Training: Kerrytown Concert House 9:30 am-3:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Psychodrama is a group therapy technique for improving one's creative and sacred life experiences, $125. 662-1450 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 1 0 am-2 pm (see 1 Sat) Ann Altor Pow Wow: U-M Multi-Ethnic Student Aftairs 1 1 am-1 1 pm, Crisler Arena. Native American celebration featuring over 1,000 of North Amenca's finest Champion singers and dancers, and craftspeople and artists selling authentic work, $3-$10. 763-1207 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 1 , 7 & 9:30 pm, (1 pm show free) (see 11 Tue) "Love Letters": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Dinnerat HAAB's and performance by The Purple Rose Theatre, $25. 487-9456 Meeting: Lutherans Concemed 6:30 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Lutheran group for lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Scott 663-6954 Owl Prowl: A2 Parks & Rec6:30-8:30pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Night hike, owl calling, games, presentations with live owls, and a campfire, $4person or $1 5family. 662-7802 First Annual Women's Film and Art Blow-Out Extravaganza: Fem-O-Nuclear Productions 7 pm, The Green Room, 206 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. With Jo Serrapere, "A Place of Rage," and Lisa Hunter, "Stigmata- The Transfigurad Body," $3-$5. 482-9774 Chorovaya Akademia: University Musical Society8pm,St.Francis of AssisiCatholic Church, 2250 E. Stadium. Thismen'sacapellachoirfrom Moscow is known for diverse programs of beautifulworksfortheRussianOrthodoxChurch $20. 764-2538 George Bedard & The Kingpins: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. CD release celebration for "Hip Deep," $11. 761-1800 Paul Vondiziano: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Bach's 'Tzhe Four Lute Suites" on classical guitar, $5-$12. 769-2999 Dwight Carroll: Heidelberg 8 pm-1 am, In the Rathskeller, 215 N. Main. Fun time oldies and easy listening. 663-7758 "Cosi Fan Tutte": EMU's Opera Workshop & Chamber Orchestra 8 pm (see 14 Fri) "A Few Good Men ": UAC's SophShow 8 pm (see 14 Fri) 7th Annual Spring Dances: Co-Lateral Dance Collective8pm(see13Thu) "The Colorad Museum ":TheTtieatres of EMU 8pm(see13Thu) Emo Phillips: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 13 Thu) Patti Richards wJeft Kressler Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am (see 1 5 Fri) Reggae Night: Heidelberg 10 pm, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. $4-$5. 663-7758 16 Sunday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am (see 2 Sun) Ann Arbor Pow Wow: U-M Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs 11 am-7 pm (see 15 Sat) Bluegrass & Old-Time Country Music Jam Sessions 1:30-5 pm, Ypsilanti Freighthouse, Depot Town. Rain orshine, acoustic music only, $2 donation. 930-2680 Rhythm Writers: Pietpont Commons 2-4:30 pm, Leonardo's, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Poetry reading, music workshops with featured performers, open mie and improvisation. (810) 652-8568 Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbia ns and GaysPFLAG Ann Arbor 2-5 pm, First Unitarian UniversallstChurch, 1 91 7 Washtenaw. Program features Howard Simon, President, Michigan ACLU. 741-0659 Fundraising Committee Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 2-4 pm, 1455 Gregory St., #7, Ypsilanti. 487-4931 Schubert Lecure Series: A2 District Library 2 pm, Main Library, Multi-purpose room, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Richard LeSueurdiscusses recorded examples of Schuberts work. 994-8513 "Love Letters": EMU's Lifespan Leaming 2 pm (see 15 Sat) "International Banking": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 1 1 Tue) "The Colorad Museum " : The Theatres of EMU 2:30 pm (see 13 Thu) llann Maazel: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 41 5 N. 4th Ave. Pianist Maazel performs Moza rt's "Sonata in C," Beethoven's "Appassionata Sonata, Op.57," Chopin's "Waltzes" and Rachmaninoff, $5-$12. 769-2999 Facu ItyG uest Recital: U-M School of Music 4 pm, Britton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Program: Chopin and Brahms. 7640594 Meeting: Gay & Lesbian Buddhist Fellowship 4-6 pm (see 2 Sun) Winners Screenings: 35th Ann Arbor Film Festival 5, 7 &9pm, (see 11 Tue) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexua Is 6 pm (see 2 Sun) First Annual Womens Film and Art Blow-Out Extravaganza: Fem-O-Nuclear Productions 7 pm, The Green Room, 206 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. Local poets and "Hide and Seek " $3$5. 482-9774 Logging in the Northwest: Huron Valley Greens 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heitielberg 7-9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Susan Werner The Ark 7:30 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Folk music, $12.50. 761-1800 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) 7th Annual Spring Dances: Co-Lateral Dance Collective8pm(see13Thu) "A Few Good Men": UAC's SophShow 8 pm (see 14 Fri) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner s Jazz Jam Session: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-12am (see 2 Sun) 17 Monday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali fortime and shows (see 14 Fri) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 3 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 3 Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Job Hunters Networking Group: Soundings 1 011:30am(see3Mon) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 3 Mon) Company of Strangers: Heidelberg 6 pm-midnight, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. Authentic Irish music, Irish drink specials $5-$6 6637758 Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons 7-9 pm (see 10 Mon) "The Gradúate": Michigan Theater 7 pm & 9:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty. $4-$5. 668-8397 "Yes, Now There are Workshops tor Contra Dancing!" Workshop: AARC Dancers & Pierpont Commons 7-1 0 pm , Michigan League Ballroom. American folk dancing without gender-specific dance roles. No partner or experience necessary, $2. 764-6978 Llturgists' Round Table: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm (see 3 Mon) "An Irish Wish": Kerrytown Concert House 7:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Newfoundland soprano Janet Whelan and ensemble present I rish folk songs ano stories, $8-$15. 769-2999 Composers Forum: U-M School of Music8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Student compositionsshowcase. 764-0594 Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Group: Monday Night Out 9 pm (see 3 Mon) 18 Tuesday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Exploring Career Options: Soundings - ACenterforWomen9am-noon,CenterforEducation ofWomen,330E. Liberty. Leamhowtonavigate through free career resources, $45, pre-register. 973-7723 Tyke Program-'Meat-Eating Birds': A2 Paite & Ree 10-11:30 am & 1-2:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Home Day-Care Storytime: A2 District Library 1 0:30-1 1 am, Main Library, Youth Dept., 343 S. Fifth Ave. For licensed home day-care providers and their charges, pre-register. 994-2345 Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers in Action Hillel 1 -3:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Life 101": Soundings- A Center for Women 4-6 pm (see 1 1 Tue) Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 1 Sat) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "UFO's ... Real or Unreal?": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Dr. Ron Westrum will explore the history of UFOs, the possibility of radio communication with extraterrestrial life and theories surrounding UFO abductions, $1 0 487-9456 Teen LesBiGay Support Group: LGBPO 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group: LGBPO 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Poverty and Homelessness": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Olaf üdums and Larry Fox discuss societal factors involved in homelessness. 769-7422 Information Night:WashtenawCounty Dispute Resolution Center 7 pm, New Center Bldg., 1 100 N. Main St. Learn about mediation as an alternative means of dispute resolution and find out about volunteer opportunities. 741-0603 Dessert at the Aut Bar: AhavaHillel 7 pm, Braun Court. Join the Jewish Lesbian Bisexual Gay Collective for food and conversation. Bernard 332-6149 English Country Dancing: Ann Arbor Council for Traditional Music & Dance 7-9:45 pm (see 4 Tue) Druidic Lore & Magical Tradition: Shining Lakes Grove 7-8:30 & 8:30-10 pm, Ancient Formula, 1677 Plymouth Rd. Topic I: Celtic Mythology, Topic II: Air and Psychic Self-Defense. 485-8632 "Traditional Yoga Relaxation Techniques": Whole Foods Market 7:30-8:45 pm, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Movement, breath awareness, relaxation, concentration, meditation and eliminating stress, pre-register. 971-3366 "Having Our Say- The Delany Sisters First 100 Years": Michigan Theater 8 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Broadway hit about two African-American sisters who have lived through 1 00 years of immense change in America, $20-$35. 6688480 Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Bntton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Mark Fisher, award-winning trombonist, performsselectionsbyAlbinoni, Dvorak, Salzedo Sulek and Jan Bach. 764-0594 Blue Dog: The Ark8pm,316S.Main.Voted Best Contemporary Jazz Act by the Metro Times,$11 761-1800 Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm 1 2 am (see 4 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Ph 9 pm (see 4 Tue) 19 Wednesday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Home Day-Care Storytime: A2 District Library 10:30-11 am (see 18 Tue) Women s Therapy & Support Group: Soundings - A Center for Women 5:30-7 30 pm (see 5 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6-7 pm (see 5 Wed) Making Music: EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm (see 12 Wed) Mens SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO7pm(see5Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 5 Wed) "The Gradúate": Michigan Theater 7 pm(see17Mon) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Education Council 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Music of Japan: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Michael Gould - shakuhachi and Cheiko Iwazaki- Koto, $5-$12. 769-2999 Michael Hedges: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Innovative and dynamic guitarist, $20.761-1800 "The Israeli Science Corps- The Early Days of Israeli Statehood" : Hillel 8 pm, 1429HillSt. ProfessorSharonaBen-Tov willspeakaboutherfather'sinvolvement in the secret group of scientists who developed and instituted technology such aslsrael'sfirstrocketanddefensearsenal and desert irrigation systems. 769-0500 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8 pm (see 1 1 Wed) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30-1 1 pm (see 5 Wed) Invasión of Improv: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Group 9-1 1 pm (see 5 Wed) "Lolita": Michigan Theater 9:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Kubrick film, $4.50-$6. 668-8480 20 Thursday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) Positive Women's Day Group: HARC (see 6 Thu) Job Skills Triathalon: LGBPOCareer Planning & Placement Office 4:10 pm, 3200 Student Activities Bldg. "Writing Your Resume," 5:10 pm "Starting Your Job Search" and 6:10 pm "Developing Your Interviewing Skills." 763-4186 Music Engineering Seminar Series: UM School of Music 4:15 pm, 2039 E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Topic: "Aesthetics and Computer Music." 764-0594 Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Shulchan Ivrit: AMIHillel 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 6 pm (see 6 Thu) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) American Craft-Brewed Beers: EMU's Lifespan Leaming 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Jeff Renner will discuss new beer styles trom different breweries and what to look for in buying and tasting craft-brewed beers, 21 and older only, $19.487-9456 "Resumes and Cover Letters that Get Results": Soundings - A Center for Women 6:30-8:30 pm, 4090 Packard. Workshop, $65, pre-register. 973-7723 VicChesnuttwittiScudMtn.Boys-.Prism Productions 7 pm, 7th House, 7 N. Saginaw, Pontiac, $10. 313-99-MUSIC "Menopause Naturally": Whole Foods Market 7-8 pm, location TBA. The impact ofdiet,herbs,homeopathy,excerciseand natural estrogens on menopause, preregister. 971-3366 "Under the Domim Tree": Hillel 7 pm, Michigan Theater. Coming of age story based on the autobiography of Israel's first lady of stage and screen, GilaAlmagor, $5-$6.50. 769-0500 Druidic Worship Circle: Shintng Lakes Grove 7-9 pm (see 6 Thu) "Proud To Be Me": Soundings 7-9 pm (see 13 Thu) Bluegrass Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:309:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. With host Lynn Hall of Memphis Express. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Hamentashen Baking: ChaverimVolunteers in Action 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill St. Bake hamantashen for Purim and delrver them to Jewish elderty in area. 769-0500 Schubertiade III: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. Hermann Prey, baritonewithpianistMichaelEndres and the Auryn String Quartet, $20-$32. 764-2538 Sensible Footwear Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. "Poking More Fun" is a tour of all the things that nice girls are not meant to talk about, $9$1 2 (Thursdays are "pay-what-you-can" nights). 663-0681 Kate & Anna McGarrigle: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Canadian sisters sing victorian ballads to Appalachian and French-Canadian folk songs to contemporary music, $15. 761-1800 "The Colored Museum": The Theatres of EMU 8 pm (see 13 Thu) Thursdays in Leonardos: PierpontCommons 8-10 pm (see 13 Thu) Kirkland Teeple: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty, $10. 996-9080 Al Hill and the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am (see 6 Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm(see6Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm (see 9Thu) "TheGraduate":MichiganTheater9:15 pm(see17Mon) Industrial Dance Night: Heidelberg 10 pm-1:30am(see6Thu) 21 Friday BestoftneAcademyFilmFestBirmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Disarmament Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon (see 7 Fri) Paul Klinger's EZ Street Sextet: Bird of Paradise 5 pm (see 7 Fri) "Poverty and Homelessness": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 18 Tue) "Love Letters": EMU's Lifespan Learning6pm(see15Sat) "The Gradúate": Michigan Theater 7 & 9:15 pm (see 17 Mon) SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO Women of Color 7 pm (see 9 Thu) Family Reading Night: A2 District Library 7-8:30 pm, West Branch, Westgate Shopping Center. Games, stories, crafts and families reading. 994-1674 "Son of Internet- Moving Beyond the Basics": A2 District Library 7:30-9 pm, Northeast Branch, Plymouth Rd. Mali. 996-3180 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Del McCoury Band wRFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Bluegrass, $13.50. 761-1800 Robert Milne: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 4 1 5 N. 4th Ave. Ragtime piano, $5$12.769-2999 Concert Band: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud, 121 Fletcher. Ives' Variations on "America," Copland's Old American Songs, Welcher's "Zion" and Reed's "U Fiesta Mexicana." 764-0594 Schubertiade IV: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. Hermann Prey, baritone with pianist Michael Endres and the Auryn String Quartet, $20-$32. 764-2538 "The Colored Museum": The Theatres of EMU 8 pm (see 13 Thu) Sensible Footwear: Performance Network 8 pm (see 20 Thu) Kirkland Teeple: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 20 Thu) Five Guys Named Moe: Cafe Zola 9-1 1 pm, 1 1 2 W. Washington. Acoustic swing group with eclectic influences. 769-2020 Music Heritage Series: Pierpont Commons 9-11 pm, Leonardo's, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Jazz guitarist Cari Michel, saxophonist Mark Hanes, bassist Ken Kellet and drummer Ron Jackson. 764-7544 R.L. Bumside: Prism Productions9:30 pm. Blind Pig, $6. 313-99-MUSIC Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am, 207 S. Ashley. CD Release Party with Brooks (bass), Riek Roe (piano) and Pete Siers (drums), $5. 6628310 Steve Somers Band wValerie Barrymore: T.C.'s Speakeasy9:30 pm-1 am, 207 W. Michigan, Ypsilanti. Blues, R & B and Funk. 483-4470 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 1 0:30 pm (see 7 Fri) 22 Saturday Women in Business Spring Gala: Older Lesbians Organizing cali for time and place. Rebecca 213-5464 Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) GuestMasterClass.U-MSchoolofMusic 10 am, Britton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. With intemationalry acclaimed opera and Heder baritone Hermann Prey. 764-0594 Store Tour: Whole Foods Market 1 0 am, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Informative and relaxed tour, pre-register. 971 -3366 Free HIVAntibody Testing: HARC 1 0am2 pm (see 1 Sat) Discussion Meeting: Labor Party of Washtenaw County 1 1 am (see 1 0 Mon) Animal String Figures: A2 Parks & Ree 1:30-3 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Children 8and olderwill leam how to créate hundreds of different shapes, $6person, pre-register. 662-7802 Spring Equinox Ritual: Shining Lakes Grove 2-5 pm, Friends' Meeting House, 1420 Hill St. Celebrating the beginning of spring. 665-8428 "Love Letters": EMU's Lifespan Learning6pm(see15Sat) Eclectic Witchcraft: Magical Education Council 6-9 pm (see 8 Sat) Dancing Lights Folk Festival: Aurora Borealis Productions & U-Club 7 pm, UClub, 530 S. State. The social wit of singer-songwriter Richard Lawrenceand the "extrataH"folktales of LaRon Williams highlight this family fun-filled evening, $3-$7. 763-3281 Jazz in Concert: Kerrytown Concert House 8&10pm,415N.4th Ave. Sonny Fortune (saxophone), Ronnie Matthews (piano), KurtKrahnke(bass)andGeorgeDavidson (drums), $1O-$25. 769-2999 Martin Hayes & Oennis Cahill: The Ark8 ptn, 316 S. Main. Fiddler Hayes and guitaristCahill bring Irish musicalive, $1 3.50. 761-1800 Manhattan Tap: EMU's Campus Life Perform ing Arts Series 8 pm , Pease Auditorium, EMU. Tap dancing with an urban twist, cali forprice. 487-1221 "For the Birds": Ann Arbor Symphony Orehestra 8 pm, Michigan Theatre, 603 E. Liberty. Performing Victoria Bond's "Urban Bind," Ralph Vaughan Williams' 'The LarkAscending,"OttorinoRespighi's'The Birds," and Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite," $1 5-125.994-4801 "The Colored Museum": The Theatres 0(EMU8pm(see13Thu) Sensible Footwear Performance Network 8 pm (see 20 Thu) Kirkland Teeple: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 20 Thu) CakewBabe the Blue CxPrismProductions9:30pm,Maestic,4140Woodward, Detroit, $12. 31 3-99-MUSIC moe.: Prism Productions9:30 pm, Blind Pig, $6. 31 3-99-MUSIC Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1:30am(see21 Fri) Mr. Largebeat wBitter Pilis: Heidelberg 10 pm, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. Local space rock group with a dance groove; opening act is thrashing vintage punk rock, $4-$5. 663-7758 23 Sunday Best of the Academy FilmFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time and shows (see 14 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team 10:30 am (see 2 Sun) Grove Play Date: Shining Lakes Grove 1 pm, Sugarbush Farm, Mason. Meet at Chili's, 3795 Washtenaw for trip to watch the maple syrup run. 665-8428 "Poverty and Homelessness": Peace lnSight2pm(see18Tue) Hands Across the State with "A Symphony of a Thousand " . University Musical Society 4 pm, Hill Aud., 825 N. Univ. Mahler's Symphony No. 8 with the Grand Rapids Symphony and Chorus and the UMS Choral Union and the Boychoir of Ann Arbor, $16-$30. 764-2538 ïnside the School of Assassins ": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 5-7 pm , St. Thomas Catholic Church, Elizabeth St. Film about the U.S. Army School of the Americas where Latin American military are trained in torture techniqes;andprayer service and meal in commemoration of Archbishop Oscar Romero who was assassinated by School of the Americas graduates. 663-1870 "The Gradúate": Michigan Theater 5 & 8:30pm(see17Mon) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7 pm (see 9 Sun) Decisión Making Meeting: Hurón Va I ley Greens 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7-9:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Sensible Footwear: Performance Network 7 pm (see 20 Thu) "It": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Silent movie, $5-$6.50. 668-8480 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Percussion Ensemble: U-M School of Musfc8pm,MclntoshTheater,E.V.Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Mike Udow, director. 764-0594 Jay Ungar & Molly Masón: The Ark8 pm, 316S. Main. Folk musicians and frequent guests on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion," $12.50. 761-1800 A2 Bluestage: Blind Phj 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird ol Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Forever Endeavor: Altor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am (see 2 Sun) 24 Monday Best of the Academy Fi ImFest: Birmingham Theatre cali for time, 211 S. Woodward Ave., Birmingham. Black-tie party with simulcast of the awards, special guests, sumptuous food, red carpet and prizes. Proceeds to benefit The Karmanos Cáncer Institute and The VarietyClub, $45-$125. 810-644-3419 HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 3 Mon) Rehearsal:OutLoudChorus(see3Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Job Hunters Networking Group: Soundings10-11:30am(see3Mon) Women's Therapy & Support Group: Soundings 4-5:30 pm (see 3 Mon) "Buying vs. Leasing a Car": EMU's Lifespan Leaming 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Carmel Weems, Better Business Bureau, will discuss pros and cons of buying and leasing including insurance, down payments and depreciations, $10.487-9456 "Clowns on Ice" : Performance Network 7 pm, 408 W. Washington. Play about twoterminallyillfriends'sufferingtumsto hilarity as they deal with their illness, $3 suggested donation. 663-0681 FrstCrcleMeeting:ShiningLakesGrove 7-9 pm, 507 Pear) St., Ypsi. Continued study of the book "On Becoming a Counselor" by Eugene Kennedy. 485-8632 Michigan Youth Ensembles: U-M School of Music7pm,HillAud. Works byVaughn Williams, Beethoven, Kodaly, Husa and others. 764-0594 "Image Belore My Eyes": U-M History Dept. 7 pm, East Hall, Room 1 360. Documentary about Polish Jewry in the decades preceding WWII. 769-0500 Mondays in Leonardos: PierpontCommons 7 9pm (seeiOMon) "The Dead Sea Scrolls- Jewish Thought in the Hellenistic World " : U-M Dept of Near Eastern Studies 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. James H. Charlesworth of Princeton Theological Seminaty speaks on "Jesus and Qumran." 7640314 Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Monday Night Out: LGBPO 9 pm (see 3 Mon) 25 Tuesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 4 Tue) Swimmers. A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) "Networking Your Way to Career Satisfaction": Soundings- A Center f orWomen 9 amnoon, 4090 Packard, $45. 973-7723 Tyke 'Meat-Eating Birds": A2 Parks 6 Ree 1 0-1 1 :30 am & 1 -2:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Home Day-Care Storytime: A2 District Library 10:30-11 am (see 18 Tue) Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers in Action Hillel 1-3:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Life 101": Soundings - A Center for Women 4-6 pm (see 1 1 Tue) "The Producers": Michigan Theater 4. 10 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Film, $5-$6.50. 668-8480 "FacingUptoCulturalDiversity":EMU'sSpectrum Lecture Series 6 pm, McKenny Union Ballroom, Ypsilanti. With Michael Woo, the first Asian-American to be elected to the Los Angeles City Council. 487-3045 Dining for Dollars: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6pm, Chianti on Main St. Dinner & Silent Auction to support HIV direct care, outreach and education, $100. 572-9355 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 1 Sat) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Teen LesB iGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "The Impact of the Middle East Peace Process on Real People": Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7 pm, Cali for location. Bill Thomson describes changes brought about by the Peace Process and examines why things are worse for many people in IsraelPalestine. 663-1870 "The Mental Side of Golf- The Other Game": EMU's Lifespan Learning 7-9 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St., Ypsilanti. Dr. Michael Bretting will provide the golfer with an understanding of the interrelationships between concentration, arousal, commitment, and visualization on performance, $10. 487-9456 Peach Mountain Intermediate Contra Dance 79:45 pm (see 1 1 Tue) "Dr. Strangelove": Michigan Theater 7 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Kubrickfilm, $5-$6.50. 668-8480 "International Environmental Injustices - Destruction of Ogoniland, Nigeria": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Chanel 9. Dr. Owens Wiwa, brotherofexecuted journalist and environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, gives listeners a history of Shell Oil Company's environmental destruction of Ogoniland. 769-7422 Tarika: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Malagasy group performing song and dance, $1 2.50. 761 - 1800 TubaEuphonium Ensemble: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Mclntosh Theater, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. 764-0594 Concerto Competition WinnersUni versity Symphony Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. HeatherZimmerman and Xiang Gaoare the featured soloists. 764-0594 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8 pm(see11 Wed) Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-12 am (see 4 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 4 Tue) Acid Jazz Night: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 4 Tue) "The Gradúate": Michigan Theater 9 pm (see 17Mon) 26 Wednesday Living WithHIV:HARC (see 4 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) Home Day-Care Storytime: A2 District Library 10:30-11 am (see 18 Tue) Memorial of Ñames: Hillel noon. U-M Oiag. Volunteer to read the ñames of those who perished during the Holocaust. Marni 769-0500 Brown Bag Presentation: EMU's Women's Center noon-1 pm (see 5 Wed) "Dr. Strangelove": Michigan Theater4:1 5 pm (see 25 Tue) Women's Therapy & Support Group: Soundings - A Center tor Women 5:30-7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) "The Internet is More than Sales and Sex- A Tour of Some Information-Rich Relerence Sites": EMU's Lifespan Leaming6-9 pm, EMU Library, Room 102, Ypsilanti, $19. 487-9456 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 5 Wed) "The Line King": Michigan Theater 6:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty. 3-D Festival, $5-$6.50. 668-8397 "War or Peace in the Middle East": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6:30-8:30 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St, Ypsilanti. Drs. Michael Harris and Hisham Sabki will focus on attempts for peace between Syria and Israel, examining what efforts are being made to influence the peace process in the Middle East, $10. 487-9456 Mens SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: Reform Chavurah 7 pm (see 5 Wed) "Shanghai Refuge- A Memoir of the World WarllJewishGhetto":Hillel7:30pm,1429Hi!l St. Ernest Heppnertalksabout his survival in the Shanghai ghetto after escaping from Nazi Germany. 769-0500 Family Support Group Meeting: Alliance for the Menta I ly III of Washtenaw County 7:30 pm, St. Clare's Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. For people who have mentally ill family members. 994-6611 ShamanicJoumeys:MagicalEducationCouncil 7:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Wednesday in Leonardos: PierpontCommons 8-10 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, North Campus. Open Mie Night (interested performers should arrive at 7:45 pm). 764-7544 University Symphony Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Includes world premiere of Evan Chambers' 'Three Islands," as well as Barber's "Knoxville Summer of 1915," Copland's "Clarinet Concerto" and Bemstein's "On The Waterfront" with Concerto Competition winners. 764-0594 Adrián Legg: Prism Productions 8 pm, The Ark, 31 6 S. Main. "Guitar Player" magazine has voted him Best Fingerstylist four years running, price TBA 761-1800 "House of Wax": Michigan Theater 8 10 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Film, $5-56.50 668-8480 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30-11 pm(see5Wed) Invasión of Improv: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm (see 5 Wed) Meeting: East Quad Group 9 pm (see 5 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 5 Wed) 27 Thursday Positive Women's Evening Group: HARC (see 13Thu) Memorial Service: Hillel noon, U-M Diag. Service in memory of those who perished during the Holocaust. 769-0500 Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon (see 13 Thu) MusicEngineeringSeminarSeries: U-M School of Music 4:10 pm, 2039 E. V. Mcore Bldg., N. Campus. Topic: "Computer Music Compositional Techniques." 764-0594 "The Producers": Michigan Theater 5 pm (see 25Tue) Meeting: Homeless Action Committee 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Shulchan Ivrit: AMIHillel 5:30 pm (see 6 Thu) Meeting: United Jewish Appeal 6 pm (see 6 Thu) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 4 Tue) "Resumes and Cover Letters thatGetResults": Soundings- A Center for Women 6:30-8:30 pm (see 20 Thu) "Spices and Herbs in Healthy Vegetarían Dishes": Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm, location TBA. Sabrina Thomas of Open Sesame Catering will show howto use unusual herbs and spices, pre-register. 971-3366 Coffee Hour: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Sweetwaters Cafe, 1 23 W. Washington. Fox will lead a discussion on genealogy. 729-6968 Meeting: Michigan Nude Beach Advocates, Southeast Michigan Naturists Chapter 7-8 pm, Dominicks, 81 2 Monroe. Hobnob with area enthusiasts of nude recreation about philosophy, goals, and future social and political activities, 475-9198 "My Knees Were Jumping": Hiliel 7 pm, Michigan Theater. Filmmaker Melissa Hacker gives a presentation and shows her film that records her mothersrescuefromGermanyby Kindertransport in the late 1930's, $5-$6.50. 769-0500 "Proud To Be Me": Soundings 7-9 pm (see 13 Thu) Acoustic Jam: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Michael Northrup. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Ann Arbor Juigalpa Sister City Committee: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 7:30 pm, People's Food Co-op, 216 N. 4th Ave. Plan for next project and delegation to and from Nicaragua. 663-1870 Javanese & Batánese Gamelan Concert: U-M School of Music 8 pm , Rackham Aud. 764-0594 "TheMarriageof Figaro": U-M School of Music 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. Mozart's opera sung n Italian with supertitles, $7-$18. 7640594 Ann Doyle & Stephanie Ozer: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Benefit for the Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project, price TBA. 761-1 800 "The Hot I Ba Itimore " : Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm, 137 Park St„ Chelsea. Puiteer prize-winmng playwright Lanford Wilson's original script, $15-$20. 475-7902 Thursdays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons 8-10pm(see13Thu) Randy Lubas: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm, 314 E. Liberty. Jokester trom all the cable comedy shows, $10. 996-9080 "The Line King": Michigan Theater 8:45 pm (see26Wed) Al Hill and the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 2 am (see 6 Thu) Meeting:QueerUnityProject9pm(see9Thu) Il-V-I Orchestra: Soup Kitchen Saloon 9 pm (see 6 Thu) Industrial Dance Night: Heidelberg 10 pm1:30am(see6Thu) 28 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 3 Mon) "What'sforDinner?":WholeFoodsMarket37 pm, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Learn howto make quick, easy and healthy dinners. 971 -3366 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Sextet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm (see 7 Fri) " International Environmental Injustices - Destruction of Ogoniland, Nigeria" : Peace InSight 6 pm (see 25 Tue) Women's Sptrituality Group Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 507 Pearl St„ Ypsi. 485-8632 "Kolya": Michigan Theater 7 & 9:15 pm, 603 E. Liberty. Film, $5-$6.50. 668-8480 SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO Women of Color 7 pm (see 9 Thu) Faculty Recital: U-M School of Music7:15pm, Burton Memorial Tower. Margo Halsted, University Carilloneur, will give a performance of American music. 764-0594 Veggie Shabbat Potluck: Hillel 7:30 pm, Lawyers' Club, Law Quad. Poetry reading by Úrsula Duba for grads and young professionals. 7690500 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 7 Fri) Special Consensus wRFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Bluegrass from Chicago, $1 0. 761-1800 Pull: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Folk rock origináis and '70s favorites, $5-$1 2. 769-2999 Youth Dance: PFLAG Ann Arbor 8-1 1 pm, St. Andrew's Church, across from Community High. Alcohol-, and drug-free dancefor lesbian, gay & bi youths & friends. 741-0659 Wild Asparagus Advanced Contra Dance: Son of Dawn Dance Weekend 8-1 1 :30 pm, Scariett Middle School, 3300 Lorraine St. Wild Asparagus is one of the country's most popular neotraditional contra dance bands. No partner needed, no Street shoes, $12. 665-7704 "The Hot I Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 27 Thu) "The Marriage of Figaro": U-M School of Music 8 pm (see 27 Thu) Randy Lubas: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 27 Thu) John Agopian: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 112 W. Washington. Flamenco guitar. 769-2020 Paul VornhagenQuartet: Bird ofParadise9:30 pm-1:30 am, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 The Fury: Heidelberg 1 0 pm, The Club Above, 215 N. Main. $4-$5. 663-7758 29 Saturday Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 1 0 am-2 pm (see 1 Sat) Wild Asparagus Jumbo Contra Dance: Son of Dawn Dance Weekend 1 pm-1 :30 am, Scariett Middle School, 3300 Lorraine St. Wild Asparagus is one of the country's most popular neotraditional contra dance bands. Calling byGeorge Marshall. Contra dancing, swing, high-energy squares, couple dancing, and demonstrations of other dances. No partner needed, beginners welcome, no Street shoes, potluck at 5 pm, $26 665-7704 "Kolya": Michigan Theater :45, 7 & 9:15 pm (see 28 Fri) Euchre Toumament: Shining Lakes Grove 7pm, 1 325 Rosewood. Fund-raiser, snacks provided, $6person. 487-4931 Natural Vibe: U-Cluü 7:30 pm, Mich Union. Four-part a cappella group ranging from gospel to rap, and jazz to R & B, $5. 7633281 Saffire - the Uppity Blues Women: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Eariy accoustic blues, $15. 761-1800 Cecilia Bartoli: University Musical Society 8 pm, Hill Aud. Bartoli's mezzo-soprano is accompanied by Gyorgy Fischer on piano, $20-$60. 764-2538 "The Hot I Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 27 Thu) "The Marriage of Figaro": U-M School of Music 8 pm (see 27 Thu) Informal Vintage Dancing: Dance Gallery Studio8:30-10:30pm, 1 1 1 3rdSt.Viennese waltzes, swing, Ragtime one-step, blues, and tangos. Singles and couples of all abilities welcome, preceded by one-hour practice party, $3. 213-0537 "Write Me Down": Hillel8:30pm, 1429 Hill St. Theater performance that delves into the relationship between Purim and the Holocaust, $5-$1 0.769-0500 Randy Lubas: Mainstreet Comedy Showcase 8:30 pm & 10:30 pm (see 27 Thu) Paul Vornhagen Quartet: Bird of Paradise 9:30pm-1:30am(see28Fri) Superfly Jones: Heidelberg 10 pm, The Club Above, 21 5 N. Main. Three-piece band from Royal Oak playing blues, hard-rock and funk mix, opening actTBA, $4-$5. 6637758 30 Sunday Swimmers:A2QueerAquaticsSwimTeam 10:30 am (see 2 Sun) Shape Note Sing and Wild Asparagus Contra Dance: Son of Dawn Dance Weekend 11:30 am-3:30 pm, Scarlett Middle School, 3300 LorraineSt. Glen Momingstar leads shape note singing, a 19th-century style of community church singing, no experience or skill necessary, brunch & contradance, $10, pre-register. 665-7704 "The Hot I Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 2 & 7 pm (see 27 Thu) "International Environmental Injustices - Destruclion of Ogoniland, Nigeria": Peace lnSight2pm(see25Tue) "Kolya": Michigan Theater 5:30 & 7:45 pm (see 28 Fri) Sunday Jas: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 2 Sun) Services for Lesbíans, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 2 Sun) "Rescuerand Rescued - The Portuguese Schindler": Hillel 7 pm, 1429 Hill St. Portuguese Consul Artistides de Sousa Mendes signed visas for Jews to em grate to Portugal to escape persecution. His son and the son of an emigree speak about this experience. 769-0500 Meeting: Amnesty International Community Graup 7 pm (see 8 Sun) Round Table Discussion: Hurón Valley Greens 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Il-V-I Orchestra: Heidelberg 7 pm (see 2 Sun) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 2 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Blind Pig 9 pm (see 2 Sun) Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: Bird ol Paradise 9 pm (see 2 Sun) 31 Monday HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 3 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 3 Mon) Sw im m e rs : A2 Quee r Aq uati es S wi m Tea m (see 3 Mon) Spring Outdoor Day Camp: A2 Paite & Ree 9 am-3 pm & 3-5pm, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Children will explore the world of science while discovering more about themselves, $95-$115, pre-register. 6627802 Pioneer Oay Camp: A2 Parks & Ree 9 am3 pm & 3-5 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Theme: mid-19th century faimstead, $95-5115, pre-register. 662-7802 Spring Break PublicSwim: A2 Parts & Ree 12:30-3 pm & 3-5pm, Mack Pool, 715 Brooks, $1 .50-S2.50, underage 3free. 6627802 "Beyond Tofu and Alfalfa Sprouts - Vegetarían Cooking": EMU's Lifespan Learning 6-9 pm, EMU Depot Town Center, 32 E. Cross St, Ypsilanti, $10. 487-9456 An Bruane: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 1325 Rosewood. Spirituality group. 6658428. "Kolya": Michigan Theater 7 & 9:15 pm (see 28 Fri) "Yes, Now Ttiere are Workshops forContra Dancing!" Workshop: AARC Dancers & Pierpont Commons 7-1 0 pm (see 1 7 Mon) Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 3 Mon) Monday Night Out: LGBPO 9 pm (see 3 Mon)

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