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UTERARY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Book & Poetry Readings, Art Exhibitions, Workshops, PubticaUon Partíes, Writers Artist Opportuntties, etc, Groups, etc. ar Usted are ffsted ín the ín the UTERAfíY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Calendar Calendar (page 12). (page 10). To publicize June Calendar events, send inf ormation by May 1 5 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main St., Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. Unless otherwise noted, all events Usted in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Thursday Positive Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center Meets altérnate Thursdays. Group for HlV-positive women. Cali for referral. 800-578-2300 Gifts of Art Gospel Music: U-M Hospitals 12:10 pm. Univ. Hospital Lobby, Floor 1 . With gospel group, The Voices of Healing. 936-ARTS LavenderGraduation:LGBPO4-6pm, Pendleton Room, Mich. Union. Annual recognition ceremony and reception forthis year's grads. 763-4186 Open Challenge Recertification: A2 Parks & Ree 6-9 pm, Mack Indoor Pool, 715 Brooks. Re-certification opportunity for lifeguards whose certificates are current or have recently expired, $25 res., $35 non-res. 994-2898 Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm, Furstenburg Park (just west of Gallup on Fuller). Runners and walkers, various paces and distances. 4344494 DruidicWorshipCircle:ShiningLakes Grove 7-9 pm, 1325 Rosewood. 4347444 "Keeping in Touch with Your Mental Health": Chelsea Community Hospital Family Education 7:15-8:30 pm, Chelsea Parlial Hosp., 955 W. Eisenhower Circle, Ste. H. Topic: "Advances n Treatment of Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders." 475-6051 Widespread Panic: Prism Productions 7:30 pm, State Theatre, Detroit. $1 7.50. 810-645-6666 "Open" Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:309:30 pm, 1920 Packard. Open stageall genres-with host Lili Fox. 662-8283 "DancePartners": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Choreographers and media artistscomposers combine dance, music, video & interactive performance, $9-$1 2 (Thur. is pay what you can day). 663-0681 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm, 137 Park St„ Chelsea. Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson's original script, $15$20 (thru May 18). 475-7902 LiveCall-ln: Peace InSighO pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Hosted by Thom Saffold, Pres. ICP&J. 769-7422 Al Hill & the Love Butlers: ArborBrewing Company 9 pm-12 am, 116 E. Washington. Delta Bluesboogie woogie. 213-1393 Chris Duarte Group: Blind Pig 9:30 pm, 208 S. First St, $10.50. 971 -2469 2 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali f or time and place. Kelly 6630036 Slimmer Clolhing Give Away: A2 Parts & Ree 9-1 1 am, Bryant Comm. Center, 3 W. Eden Court. Clothing for children will be available, donations are welcomed. 994-2722 Disarmament Group Meeting: Interlaith Council forPeace & Justice noon, Memorial Church, 730 Tappan St. 6631870 Group for Women Therapists: Soundings- A Center for Women 2:30-4:30 pm, 4090 Packard. Networking, case conferencing, & occasional presentations. 973-7723 "The Great Social Security Scare: Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. U-M econ. prof. discusses the solvency of the Social Security Fund. 769-7422 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm, cali for location. Meets everyFri. 763-4186 Richard Buckner: The Ark 7:30 pm, 316 S. Main. Live music, $7.50. 7611800 "OancePartners": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thu) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm, Creative Arts Studio Classes, 41 0 W. Washington. An evening of Sufi Chanting, Meditation and Association. 930-9807 Jean Agopian: Espresso Royale Cafe 91 1 pm, 21 4 S. Main. Traditional Flamenco dance & guitar accompanied by Glenn Bering on the doumbek. 668-1838 Frlday Dance Jam: People Dancing 1 0:30 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. Eclectie, recorded dance music (bring your own tapes). Smoke-and alcohol-f ree, children welcome, wheelchairaccessible, $2. 459-8136 3 Saturday Volunteer Stewardship Workday: A2 Parks & Ree 10-1 pm, Hansen Park, (meet at east side of park, off Maple Volunteers will remove non-native shrubs and plants and clean up litter from the park. Oress for field work. 996-3266 Creative Expression Group: LGBP0 1 pm. Teens nterested n exploring issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. No artistic experience necessary. Allies also welcome to particípate. 763-4186 Beltaine Ritual: Shining Lakes Grove 2-5 pm, Botsford's Recreational Preserve. Potluck, raffle. Rain date, Sunday May 4. 434-7444 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 3 pm (see 1 Thu) Annual Benefit lor the A2 Community Center: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Concert fundraiser to send kids to summer camp featuring gospel vocalist Ange Smith, pianist Charles Boles, and bassist Don Mayberry, $8-$50. 769-2999 Greg Brown: THe Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Celebrating the release of "Further In," $13. 761-1451 First Saturday Contra Dance: AACTMD 8 pm, Pittsfield Grange Hall, Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. No experience or partner necessary, $6. 913-2076 "DancePartners": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 Thu) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 4 Sunday Meeting: Unscouts-22+ Bisexual Women's Group For bi or bi-friendly women, 22 years and older, cali for location and time. 763-4186 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Wildflower Walk; ShiningLakes Grove 1 0 am, Chili's parking lot, 3795 Washtenaw Ave. 434-7444 Wedding March-ATicknor Family Celebration: A2 Parks & Ree 1-5 pm, Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard. Authentic reenactment of a 19th-century wedding, $1 .50adults, $1youth & seniors. 994-2928 "The Great Social Security Scare: Peace InSight 2 pm (see 2 Fri) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 2 pm (see 1 Thu) Silent Auction: Domestic Violence Project 4 pm, Webers Inn. Withhonorary guest Sue Guevara, head coach of U-M women's basketball. Auction items include restaurant gift certificates, a week in a U.P. cabin, massages, and more. Auction preview and reception 4-5 pm; Open bidding and brief remarks from coach Guevara 5-6 pm, $25 reception or $10auction alone. 973-0242 x202 Meeting: Gay & Lesbian Buddhist Fellowship 4-6 pm, cali for location. Meditation, a Dharmatalk, discussion, and socializing. 31 3283-6568 "DancePartners": Performance Network4 pm (see 1 Thu) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm, 1 22 W. Washington. Live music. 761-2530 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 485-3922 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 721-2081 Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm, 116 E. Washington. Live jazz. 213-1393 5 Monday Rehearsa I : Out Loud Chorus cali fortime and place. A Lesbian Gay Bi and Trans chorus open for all. Every Mon. 741-8000 x140 HIV & Recovery: Hl VAIDS Resource Center Every Monday. For H I V-positive men & women who are chemically dependent. Cali for referral. 800-578-2300 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team I (see 2 Fri) I Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd Floor. Every i Mon. Open to all women. 763-4186 " Healthy Yards for a Healthy Environment": Washtenaw Co. Solid Waste Program 6:30I 9 pm, Pittsfield Twp. Community Center, 701 W. Ellsworth, at State St. Workshop topics includegrasscycling.mulching.composting, and yard water reduction. "Munch & Mingle" with Master Compsters at 6:30 pm. 9942398 Mondays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons 7-9 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, N. Campus. Randy Napoleon & friends play jazz, classic & original tunes. 764-7544 Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm-1 1 pm, 1 1 6 E. Washington. Folk music. 213-1393 6 Tuesday SupportSocial Group: LGBPO Cali for time, 3rd floor Mich. Union. For transgenderists, transexuals, cross-dressers, Third Genders, intersexuals, and those questioning theirgenders. 763-4186 Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center Every Tue. & Wed. Support group for men & women. Cali for referral. 572-9355 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Tyke Program-'Springing Into Spring": A2 Parles & Ree 10-11:30 am, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Ages 4-5 will learn about nature in springtime, featuring stories, hikes, snakesand snacks, $25child for4Tuesdays. pre-register 662-7802 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center 10 am-2 pm. For gay and bisexual men. Confidential. 800-578-2300 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6-6:30 pm. Callin radio show with the A2 Tenants Union. 763-3500 Meeting: The Revolutionary Anti-lmperialist League 6 pm, Fishbowl, Angelí Hall. Open to all interested in exposing American imperialism. 930-6452 Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm (see 1 Thu) Pre Bike To Work Week-Maintenance: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8:30 pm, A2 Cyclery, 1 224 Packard Rd. Clinics teach basic bike repair, bring your bike, $5. pre-register 761-2749 Meeting: Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm. Every Tue. Cali Alan or Joe for location. 662-2222 Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30-8 pm, SAFE House, 41 00 Clark Rd. Weekly meeting for lesbian survivors of lesbian battering. 973-0242 X201 " A Cali lor Justice in the Global Economy, Part II": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Second in a series of talks on the impact of multinational corps, and the World Bank on the global economy. 769-7422 Women's Pick-Up Basketball: LGBPO 7 pm, CCRB. All skill levéis, just show up. anmarier@umich.edu Druidic Lore & Magie Tradition: Shining Lakes Grove 7-10 pm, Ancient Formulas, 1677PlymouthRd.Topicl:'TheYearWheel." Topic II: "Magical Practice I, and Dreams." pre-register 485-8632 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 Video Planning Meeting: Peace InSight 8 pm, Espresso Royale Caffe II, 214 S. Main. Help produce shows for local cablecast on peace & social justice issues. 761 -7749 Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm, 2nd Cooley Lounge, East Quad. Weekly meeting dealing with dyke-related issues. 763-4168 Mood Indigo: Prism Productions 9 pm, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Acid jazz with DJ Bacchus, $3. 810-645-6666 New Frontline: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm-1 2 am, 1 1 6 E. Washington. Jazz quartet. 213-1393 7 Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Swi mmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 3 pm (see 1 Thu) 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 LesBiGay Trans communities. 763-3500 Volunteer Naturalists Needed-Breeding Bird Inventory: A2 Parks & Ree 7-9 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. No experience necessary. Sign up and nformation session, optional training provided. 996-3266 Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm, LGBPO Lounge, Mich. Union. Every Wed. 763-4186 "Opus New Works": Opus Mime Theatre 7:30 pm, Craft Auditorium, Community High. Collection of mime dramas incorporating live music, poetry, singing and drumming. Pay whatyou can. 665-5134 "City Of Angels": A2 Civic Theater 8 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. Musical comedy portrays Hollywood in the late '40s, and the adventures of a Chandler-esque private detective, $18. 971-2228 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8-10:30 pm, Leonardo's, 2101 Bonisteel, N. Campus. Learn a variety of international dances. Beginners welcome, no partner needed. 662-4258 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30-11 pm, 116 E. Washington. Acoustic Irish music. 213-1393 Reggae Cowboys: Prism Productions 9 pm, Magie Stick, 4140 Woodward, Detroit, $7. 810-645-6666 Jen Cass, The Second Hand String Band, Jim Roll: Foikin' A-Squared 9:30 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First St. A monthly acoustic music series featuring DetroitAnn Arbor area artists, $3.971-2469 8 Thursday Positive Women's Evening Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center (see 1 Thu) Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon, cali for location. Plan anti-racism work, welfare simulations and non-violence training. 6631870 Gifts of Art Modern Dance: U-M Hospitals 12:10 pm, Univ. Hospital Lobby, Floor 1. All City Dance Company performs. 936-ARTS Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Pre Bike To Work Week-Maintenance: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Meeting: A2 Co-Housing Group 7 pm, Little Professor, Westgate. Update for members and interested parties on the local Co-Housing project. 998-7969 Business Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 79 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe St. 665-8428 " Keeping in Touch with Your Mental Health": Chelsea Community Hospital Family Education 7:15-8:30 pm, Chelsea Partial Hosp., 955 W. Eisenhower Circle, Ste H. Topic: "Understanding Psychiatrie Medications." 475-6051 Board Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and GaysPFLAG Ann Arbor 7:30-9 pm, First Unitarian UniversalistChurch, 1917 Washtenaw. 741-0659 Songwriter's Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:309:30 pm, 1 920 Packard. With host Jim Novak. Perform or listen. 662-8283 "Opus New Works": Opus Mime Theatre 7:30 pm (see 7 Wed) "City Of Angels": A2 Civic Theater 8 pm (see 7 Wed) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Al Hill & the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 1 Thu) 9 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Summer Clothing Give Away: A2 Parks & Ree 9-11 am, Bryant Comm. Center, 3 W. Eden Court. Clothing for children will be available. Donationsarewelcomed. 994-2722 "A Cali for Justice in the Global Economy, Part II": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 6 Tue) Jere Stormer: PJ's Records Free Concert 78 pm, PJ's Records & Used CDs, 617-B Packard. In-store performance. Blues-inspired singer, songwriter, with just-released CD, "Available Space." 663-3441 Empatheatre: Kenytown Concert House 7:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Improvisational situations acted out at audience's request, $6$12.769-2999 "Opus New Works": Opus Mime Theatre 7:30 pm (see 7 Wed) Second Friday Discussions: Older Lesbians Organizing (OLO) 7:30-9:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. Topic TBA. 663-0036 Meeting: Queer AsianPacificlslanders7:30 pm (see 2 Fri) "Blues Mamas Benefit": Riverside Arts Center 8 pm, 76 North Huron St., Ypsilanti. Alberta Adams and her Detroit Allstars opens for the 'Uppity Blues Woman', Ann Rabson. Benefit for the Riverside Arts Center, Ypsilanti'snewnon-profitcenterforthearts, $12.50.480-2787 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) "City Of Angels": A2 Civic Theater8 pm (see 7 Wed) Bardic Night: Shining Lakes Grove 9-1 1 pm, ICC Education Ctr., 1522 Hill St. Dmmming, singing & fun. 665-8428 Ethnic Connection: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-11 pm, 214 S. Main. Klezmerand Eastern European Folk Music. 668-1838 Jimmy McGriff: Prism Productions 9 pm & midnight, Bird of Paradise, 207 S. Ashley. Hammond B-3 legend, $15. 810-645-6666 Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 10 Saturday Water Fair: A2 Water Utilities Department 10 am-4 pm, Water Treatment Plant, 919 Sunset Rd. Tour the renovated plant, enjoy games, prizes, exhibits, refreshments, dunk tank and interactive displays by groups involved in protecting and teaching about water. Fun for the whole family. 994-1005 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 10 am-2 pm (see 6 Tue) Mad Hatter's Tea Party & Auction: Benefit for SOS & Prospect House 1 1 am-2 pm, Michigan Theater. Tea for 200, includes catered luncheon, live music, supervised children's activities and silent auction featuring items donated by local merchants, $20-$35. 485-8730 Bike Clinic: Whole Foods Market noon-2:30 pm, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Members of the Whole Foods Mountain Bike Team answer questions about training with natural foods. 971 -3366 Canoe Auction: A2 Parks & Ree noon, Gallup Park Canoe Livery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Public auction of used and damaged equipment. 662-9319 Creative Expression Group: LGBP0 1 pm (see 3 Sat) Backpacking Basics: A2 Parks & Ree 2-4 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Learn to choose the right equipment including tents, stoves, sleeping bags - and how to prepare forthe back country, $5person $1 8family. pre-regster 662-7802 "City Of Angels": A2 Civic Theater 2 pm (see 7 Wed) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 3 pm (see 1 Thu) SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 8 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State St. Featuring the piano in trio and quintet, music of Bartok, Dvorak and Brahms, pre-concert discussions at 7:15pm,$10-$20. 930-1960 "City Of Angels ': A2 Civic Theater 8 pm (see 7 Wed) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Jimmy McGriff: Prism Productions 9 pm & midnight (see 9 Fri) Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 11 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Kids Concerts: Oz's Music 1 pm, 1 920 Packard Rd. Open stage for the young ones with host Steve Osburn. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Second Sunday Stroll-'Nature's Mom": A2 Parks & Ree 1-2:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Celébrate Mother's Day by learning how moms in the wild care ior their young. Children will créate a special animal art gift for Mom, $3psrson $10family. pre-register 662-7802 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 2 pm (see 1 Thu) Healers' Guild Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 2-4 pm, Ancient Formula, 1677 Plymouth Rd. Topic: Trigger PointTherapy. 487-4931 "A Cali For Justice in the Global Economy, Part II": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 6 Tue) SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 4 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State St. Special Mother's Day concert by the Youth String Orchestra of the A2 School forthe Performing Arts. 930-1960 Music da Camera: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Presenting "Per la Mamma," operatic favorites for Mother's Day, dedicated to Mama Rosa from Argiero's Restaurant. Concertand DinneratArgiero'safterwards, $35, $10-$15concert only. 769-2999 Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 4 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Sun) Meeting: Ypsiianti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 4 Sun) Martin & Jessica Ruby Simpson w Band of Angels: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Live music, $12. 761-1451 Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm (see 4 Sun) 12 Monday HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 5 Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 5 Mon) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 5 Mon) SupportGroup:SchizophrenicsAnonymous 6-7:30 pm, Washtenaw Interventions, 2355 W. Stadium. For individuáis diagnosed with schizophrenia. 485-7649 Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7-8 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe. 662-5189 Natural Communities of the Huron River: A2 Parks & Ree 7-8:30 pm, Gallup Park Meeting Room, 3000 Fuller Rd. A slide show and discussion. Preview the newguide book, "Natural Communities of the Huron River Corridor." 996-3266 Mondays in Leonardos: Pierpont Commons 7 pm (see 5 Mon) Meeting: Alliance for the Mentally III 7:30 pm, St. Clare's Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. Topic: "Voices of AMI Members," with facilitator Marilyn Wedenoja, Assoc. Professor, EMU School of Social Work. 994-661 1 Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 5 Mon) 13 Tuesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Tyke Program -'Springing Into Spring": A2 Parks & Ree 1 0-1 1 :30 am (see 6 Tue) Community Forum: Domestic Violence Project noon-2 pm, SAFE House, 4100ClarkRd.Topic:"lncreasingSafety forWomen." 973-0242x202 Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 6 Tue) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Pre BikeTo Work Week-Maintenance: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8:30 pm (see 6 Tue)Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Volunteer Naturalists Needed-Buttertly Inventory: A2 Parks & Ree 7-9 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. No experience necessary, sign up and information session, optional training provided. 996-3266 FirstCircle Study Group: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 507 Pearl SL, Ypsi. 4347444 Psychic Night: Main Street News 7-1 0 pm, 220 S. Main St. Cards, palmistry, and numerology with Jewel, (fee). 761 - 4365 " Justice lor All- Political Challenges Ahead": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Panel discussion with Lynn Rivers, Alma Wheeler-Smith and Hy Kornbluh, taped at Ypsilanti Twp Hall, 22097. 769-7422 English Country Dancing: Ann Arbor Council tor Traditional Music & Dance 7-9:45 pm, Chapel Hill Condo Clubhouse, 3350 Green Rd. Social dancing to hits from 17th & 18th century England.Nopartnerorexperienceneeded, $4. 426-0261 Women's Pick-Up Basketball: LGBPO 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Meeting: Amnesty International Group 61 7:30 pm, Mich. Union. Local chapter of independent worldwide movement. 668-0660 SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 8 pm, Kerrytown Concert House, 41 5 N. Fourth Ave. Vocal works by Janacek, Shostakovich, and Brahms, pre-concert discussions at 7:1 5 pm, $10-$20. 930-1960 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8 pm (see 7 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 6 Tue) Mood Indigo: Prism Productions 9 pm (see 6 Tue) New Frontline: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm (see 6 Tue) 14 Wednesday "Five-Percent Day " Benefitting Ypsilanti Meals On Wheels: Whole Foods Market 7:30 am-8:45 pm, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. 5% of every purchase made in the store today goes to support Ypsilanti Meals On Wheels, a non-profit group providing hot, nutritious meals for home-bound elderly. 971-3366 Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 7 Tue) Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 7 Tue) "Through the Wire": The Revolutionary Anti-lmperialist League 7:10 pm, Michigan League. Documentary detailing the torture of three women political prisoners at Lexington control unit. 930-6452 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Composer Experience Leciure Series: A2 Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, SKR Classical, 539 E. Liberty. Topic: "The Search for Quietude-Mahler's Fourth Symphony," led by psychologist Dr. Thomas Horner, $5. 994-4801 SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 8 pm (see 13 Tue) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30 pm (see 7 Tue) 15 Thursday Positive Women's Group: HARC (see 1Thu) Gifts of Art Choral Fun: U-M Hospitals 12:10 pm. Univ. Hospital Lobby, Floor 1. The Business & Finance Diversity Choir performs. 936-ARTS Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Pre BikeTo Work Week-Maintenance: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Increasing Health For Women: Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm, Lampost Inn, adjacent to Whole Foods Market, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Learn howfoods, vitamin and mineral supplements, herbs and exercise can ease and prevent gynecological discomfort and illnesses. 971-3366 DruidicWorshipCircleShiningLakes Grove 7-9 pm (see 1 Thu) "Keeping in Touch with Your Mental Health": Chelsea Community Hospital Family Education 7:15-8:30 pm, Chelsea Partial Hosp., 955 W. EisenhowerCircle, Ste H. Topic: "ADHO: Parenting the Child with Attention and Behavior Problems." 475-6051 Bluegrass Open Mie: Oz's Music7:309:30 pm, 1 920 Packard Rd. Open stage with hosts Herb & Marcia Miller. Performor listen. 662-8283 "Crimes o( the Heart": P.T.D. Productions 8 pm, The Riverside Arts Center, 76 North Hurón St., Ypsilanti. Grave, yet hysterical look at the dysfunctional family "southern style," $9-$12. 4837345 Composer ExperienceLectu re Series: A2 Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, SKR Classical, 539 E. Liberty. Topic: "There is no music on earth," by Jim Leonard, $5. 994-4801 "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Direct from its world premiere in Lubbock, Texas, comedia meets epic farce in this look at Chicano politics in the '90s. Written by Ann Arborite Rudolfo Valier Alvarado, $9-$12 (Thur is pay what you can day). 663-0681 "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm, Wolverine Rm., Mich. Union. Campus activist group fighting homophobia and heterosexism. 763-4186 Al Hill and the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 1 Thu) 16 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Disarmament Group Meeting: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice noon (see 2 Fri) "Justice lor All- Political Challenges Anead": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 13 Tue) Women's Spirituality Group Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 507 Pearl St., Ypsi. 485-8632 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 2 Fri) SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 8 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State St. Featu ring strings, m usic of Haydn , Kodaly and Brahms, pre-concert discussions at 7:15 pm,$10-$20. 930-1960 "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions8pm (see 15 Thu) "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm (see 15 Thu) "The Hot L Baltimore": Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Laurel Federbush: Expresso Royale Caffe 9-11 pm, 214 S. Main. Classical and original compositions on the harp. 668-1838 Secrets ol the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 10:30 pm (see 2 Fri) 17 Saturday 9th Annual Downtown Spring Cleanup: A2 Parks & Ree 8 am-noon, meet at City Hall. 100 N. 5th Ave. Bring gloves, brooms, and planting trowels. Complimentary pizza lunch in Liberty Plaza. 994-2780 Free Tree Clinic: A2 Parks & Ree 9 am-1 pm, Allmendinger Park. Forestry División gives free consultation onyour trees aches and pains. 994-2769 Volunteer Stewardship Workday: A2 Parks & Ree 10-1 pm, Brown Park, Birch Hollow Rd. Volunteers will remove non-native shrubs and plants and clean up litter from the park. Dress for field work. 996-3266 Bandemer Park Outdoor Expo: A2 Parks & Ree 10 am-5 pm, Barton Dr. Co-sponsored by Canoe Sport, all ages and physical abilities can take part in canoe, rowing & kayak demos, nature walks & events for adults and children. Hike, bike or paddie and avoid parking problems. Otherwise, barrier-free parking is off of Barton Drive. 994-2780 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 10 am-2pm (see6Tue) 'Beaks, Feet & Feathers": A2 Parks & Ree 10:30-noon, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Learn why beaks, feet and feathers are so important to birds, $5child. pre-register 662-7802 Effective Cycling Class: A2 Parks S Ree 1-5 pm, Burns Park Shelter on Baldwin. Beginning and ntermediate riders 16 and older with multi-speed bike, helmets required and will be available for those without. Instruction includes maintenance, traffic and handling skills, fitness and a text book, $50. pre-register 971-5471 Creative Expression Group: LGBP0 1 pm (see 3 Sat) "The Hot L Baltimore ": Purple Rose Theatre 3 pm (see 1 Thu) Euchre Tournament: Shining Lakes Grove 7 pm, 1325 Rosewood. Fundraiser. Snacks provided, $6. 487-4931 Meeting: Lutherans Concerned 6:30 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Lutheran group for lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Scott 663-6954 "Michael & Michael, Music & Mime": Kerrytown Concert House 7:30 & 10 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Michael Grace, soprano sax, Michael Lee, mime, $8$12.769-2999 Luther Allison: Prism Productions 8 pm, Majestic, 4140 Woodward, Detroit, $12.50. 31 3-99-MUSIC Season Finale: A2 Symphony Orchestra 8 pm, Michigan Theater. Featuring Grieg's Holberg Suite and Mahler's Symphony No. 4, with Glenda Anderson Kirkland, soprano, $15-$25. 9944801 SpringFest '97: Chamber Music A2 8 pm, U-M Museum of Art, 525 S. State St. Featuring winds, music of Mozart and Brahms, pre-concert discussion at 7:15 pm,$10-$20. 930-1960 "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions8pm (see15Thu) "Viva, La Click-Ka! ": Performance Network 8 pm (see 15 Thu) "The Hot L Baltimore ': Purple Rose Theatre 8 pm (see 1 Thu) Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 18 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Spring Scramble Golf Tournament: A2 Parks & Ree 8 am, Leslie Park Golf Course, 2120 Traver Rd. Shotgun start, no handicaps (register by May 8), $1 24 3 person team. 994-1163 Bandemer Park Outdoor Expo: A2 Parks & Ree 10 am-5 pm (see 17 Sat) Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and GaysPFLAG Ann Arbor 2-5 pm, FirstUnitarian UniversalistChurch, 1 917 Washtenaw. Topic: "Visibility Issues For Families," with Pam & Di Allen-Thompson, Toledo PFLAG. 741-0659 Sundays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons 2-5 pm, 2101 Bonisteel, N. Campus. Rhythm Writers showcase a variety of poetry, music workshops and improvisations. 764-7544 "The Hot L Baltimore ": Purple Rose Theatre 2 pm (see 1 Thu) "Justice for All- Politica! Chalienges Ahead": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 13 Tue) Spring Concert: Ann Arbor Cantata Singers 4 pm, St. Andrews, 306 N. División. Final concert of the season featuring works by Duruflé and Stravinski, and a full orchestral accompaniment, $5-$10. 769-2999 Meeting: Gay & Lesbian Buddhist Fellowship 4-6 pm (see 4 Sun) Meeting: A2 Co-Housing Group 5 pm (see 8 Thu) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6 pm (see 4 Sun) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Sun) Frog Fest: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver. Practice croaks, ribbits and peeps, then head for the pond in search of frogs, salamanders, and toads. All ages welcome, $5person,$18family.pre-register6627802 "Cabbagetown-A History of the Old West Side": North Star Video 7 pm, Ann Arbor Cable Channel 9. Local documentary featuring this well known historie district. 769-6789 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 4 Sun) "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions8pm(see15Thu) Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm (see 4 Sun) 19 Monday Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus (see 5 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 5 Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) "Cabbagetown-A History of the Old West Side": North Star Video 4 pm (see 18 Sun) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 5 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo's: Pierpont Commons 7 pm (see 5 Mon) Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 5 Mon) 20 Tuesday Bike to Work Day: A2 Parks & Ree Bike in or drive to one of the designated city parksand pedal from there. Special prices on coffee and pastries from participating merchants. Bikerscan register for prizes as well. Brochures are available at local bike shops. 971-5471 SupportSocial Group: LGBPO cali for time (see 6 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) TykeProgram-"Springinglnto Spring": A2 Parks & Rec 1 0-1 1 :30 am (see 6Tue) Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM6 pm (see 6 Tue) Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 6 Tue) Canoe Instruction Clinic: A2 Parks & Rec 6:30-8:30 pm, Gallup Park Canoe Livery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Learn basic canoelng techniques. One-hour instruction sessionfollowedbyone-hour leisure and practice paddling. Fee includes all equipment, $7.50person. pre-register 6629319 Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Teen LesBíGay Support Group: LGBPO 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group : LGBPO 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) " Post-Oslo Conditions in the West Bank & Gaza": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. Bill Thomson, clinical psychologist examines why things are worse tor many people in the occupied territories. 769-7422 Druidic Lore & Magical Tradition: Shining Lakes Grove 7-8:30 & 8:30-10 pm, Ancient Formula, 1677 Plymouth Rd. Topic I: "Passages." Topic II: "Magical Practice II, and Dream Work." 485-8632 Women's Pick-Up Basketball: LGBPO 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Psychic Night: Main Street News 7-10 pm (see 8 Tue) Peach Mountain Intermedíate Contra Dance 7 pm (see 6 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group : Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 6 Tue) Mood Indigo: Prism Productions 9 pm (see 6 Tue) New Frontline: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm (see 6 Tue) 21 Wednesday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM6-7 pm {see 7 Tue) Cool Summer Salads: Whole Foods Market 6-8 pm, Demo Kitchen, East Ann Arbor Health Center, 4260 Plymouth Rd. Learn howto make quick, easy and healthy meáis from salad ingredients, $20. preregister 998-6736 Bardic Monthly Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, 1 325 Rosewood. All interested in the Bardic Guild are welcome. 663-3276 Mens SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 7 Tue) U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8 pm (see 7 Tue) Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30 pm (see 7 Tue) "Cabbagetown-A History of the Old West Side": North Star Video 9:30 pm (see 18 Sun) 22 Thursday PositiveWomen'sEveningGroup:HARC (see13Thu) Racial & Economie Justice Meeting: ICPJ noon (see 8 Thu) Gifts of Art Traditional Italian Music: UM Hospitals 12:10 pm. Taubman Lobby North, Floor 1. Mandolín, guitar and accordian. 936-ARTS "Cabbagetown-A History of the Old West Side": North Star Video 4 pm (See 18 Sun) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Peace Team Training: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 6:30 pm, St. Mary Parish, 331 Thompson. Lead by Lanslng-based Mich. Faith and Resistance Peace Team. Learn to diffuse and deter violence, $10. pre-register 663-1870 Meeting: Michigan Nude Beach Advocates 7-8 pm, Dominick's, 812 Monroe. Monthly social & political planning for the Southeast Mich. Naturists Chapter. 475-9198 Coffee Hour: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Sweetwaters Cafe, 1 23 W. Washington. Topic: "The Spiritual Path of the Warrior." 729-6968 "Keeping in Touch with Your Mental Health": Chelsea Community Hospital Family Education 7: 1 5-8:30 pm, Chelsea Partial Hosp., 955 W. Eisenhower Circle, Ste H. Topic: "Depression and Chemical Dependency in the Older Adult-Hope for the Future." 475-6051 Ann Arbor-Ju igalpa S ster City Committee Meeting: 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. 6631870 AcousticJam:Oz'sMusic7:30-9:30pm, 1920 Packard Rd. Open stage with host Michael Northrup. Perform or listen. 6628283 "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm (see 1 5 Thu) "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions8pm (see 15 Thu) Al Hill and the Love Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 1 Thu) 23 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) "Cabbagetown-AHistoryoftheOldWest Side": North Star Video 10:30 am (see 18 Sun) " Post-Oslo Conditions in the West Bank 6 Gaza": Peace InSight 6 pm (see 20 Tue) Evening Bird Walk: A2 Parks & Ree 6-8 pm, Gallup Park Meeting Room, 3000 Fuller Rd. Meet for shuttle to Furstenburg Park where local naturalist will guide walk. Refreshments provided, $2. 6629319 Artisian's Guild Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 7 pm, 909 Sheridan, Ypsilanti. 480-1859 Meeting: Queer AsianPacific Islanders 7:30 pm (see 2 Fri) Youth Dance: PFLAG Ann Arbor 8-1 1 pm, St. Andrew's Church, across from Community High. Alcohol-, and drug-free dance for lesbian, gay & bi youths & friends. 741-0659 "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions8 pm (see 15 Thu) "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm (see 15 Thu) David Mosher: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-1 1 pm, 21 4 S. Main. Singer, songwriter and guitarist performs his unique brand of eclectic acoustic origináis. 668-1838 Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 24 Saturday Wetlands By Canoe: A2 Parks & Ree 10 am-noon, Gallup Park Canoe Livery, 3000 Fuller Rd. Guided tour of Huron's wetlands, refreshments included, $7.50person, $122 person canoe. pre-register 662-9319 Volunteer Stewardship Workday: A2 Parks & Ree 10-1 pm, Marshall Park, park at lot off Dixboro Rd. Volunteers will remove non-native shrubs and plants and clean up litter from the park. Dress for field work. 996-3266 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 10 am-2 pm (see 6 Tue) Effective Cycling Class: A2 Parks & Ree noon-5pm(see17Sat) Creative Expression Group: LGBPO 1 pm (see 3 Sat) Warrior's Guild Meeting: Shining Lakes Grove 2 pm, 1 202 Grant, Ypsi. Join us as we try to créate a new Guild in the Grove. 434-7444 Spring Woodland & Wildflower Walk: A2 Parks S Ree 6-8 pm, Gallup Park Meeting Room, 3000 Fuller Rd. A guided walk through the park accompanied by interesting folklore, $2. 662-9319 Allen Ginsberg Memorial: Jewel Heart 7 pm, Hill Auditorium. Tibetan Buddhist ■ & Jewish Memorial services are followed by a poetry reading featuring Patti Smith, and Natalie Merchant among others, celebrating the life of Allen Ginsberg, $10$20. 763-TKTS "Crimes of the Heart": P.T.D. Productions 8 pm (see 15 Thu) "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network8pm (see15Thu) Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) 25 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) 13th Annual Memorial Day Observance: Arborcresl 2 pm, 2521 Glazier Way. "Freedom A Reflection," a theme honoring all veterans, POWs, FVAs and MIAs. 761 -4572 "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network2pm (see15Thu) " Post-Oslo Conditions in the West Bank & Gaza": Peace InSight 2 pm (see 20 Tue) Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 4 Sun) Sunday Jazz: Del Rio 6-9 pm (see 4 Sun) "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network7pm (see 15 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbían, Gay Men, & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 4 Sun) Kneset: Arbor Brewing Company 9:30 pm (see 4 Sun) 26 Monday HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 5 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Choras (see 5 Mon) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Women's Support Group: LGBPO 5 pm (see 5 Mon) Support Group: Schizophrenics Anonymous 6-7:30 pm (see 12 Mon) Meeting: Amnesty International Community Group 7-8 pm (see 12 Mon) Mondays in Leonardo's: PierpontCommons 7 pm (see 5 Mon) Forever Endeavor: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 5 Mon) 27 Tuesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Auditions: Ann Arbor Cantata Singers By appointment, Ypsilanti High School 761-6145 Tyke "Springing Into Spring": A2 Parks & Ree 1 0-1 1 :30 am (see 6 Tue) Tenant Talk: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Teen LesBiGay Support Group 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 6 Tue) "International Environmental Injustices-Destruction of Ogoniland, Nigeria": Peace InSight 7 pm, CTN, Cable Channel 9. A history of Shell ON Co.'s destruction of Ogoniland. 769-7422 Liturgists' Round Table: Shining Lakes Grove 7-9 pm, Sweetwaters Cafe, 1 23 W. Washington. Help plan the Summer SolStice ritual. 434-7444 English Country Dancing: A2 Council for Traditional Music & Dance 7-9:45 pm (see 13 Tue) Psychic Night: Main Street News 7-10 pm (see 8 Tue) Women's Pick-Up Basketball: LGBPO 7 pm (see 6 Tue) "Marión Supermax": The Revolutionary Anti-lmperialist League 7:10 pm, Michigan League. 2020 segment on the Marión SuperMaximum Security prison. 930-6452 U-M Folk Dancing Club: Pierpont Commons 8-1 0:30 pm (see 7 Tue) Dyke Discussion Group: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 6 Tue) Mood Indigo: Prism Productions 9 pm (see 6 Tue) New Frontline: Arbor Brrwing Company 9:30 pm (see 6 Tue) 28 Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC (see 6 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 7 Tue) Men's SupportDiscussion Group: LGBPO 7 pm (see 7 Tue) Children's Support Group Meeting: Alliance forthe Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7:30 pm, St. Clare's Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. Forchildren aged 6-10 who have mentally II relatives. A parent or relative must also attend the AdultSupportGroup meeting atthe same time. 994-6611 Adult Support Group Meeting: Alliance forthe Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7:30 pm, St. Clare's Episcopal Church, 2309 Packard. For people who have mentally ill family members. 994-661 1 Ann Arbor Irish Ensemble: Arbor Brewing Company 8:30 pm (see 7 Tue) 29 Thursday Positive Women's Group: HARC (see 1 Thu) Gifts of Art Jazz: U-M Hospitals 12:10 pm. Univ. Hospital Lobby, Floorl Music from the Community High Jazz Band. 936-ARTS Frontrunners & Walkers 6:20 pm & 6:30 pm (see 1 Thu) Peace Team Training: Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice 6:30 pm (see 22 Thu) Keeping in Touch with Your Mental Health: Chelsea Community Hospital Family Education 7:15-8:30 pm.Chelsea Partial Hosp., 955 W. Eisenhower Circle, Ste H. Topic: "Tips for Dealing with a Mentally III Family Member." 475-6051 "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network8pm (see 15 Thu) Al HillandtheLove Butlers: Arbor Brewing Company 9 pm (see 1 Thu) Meeting: Queer Unity Project 9 pm (see 9 Thu) 30 Friday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team (see 2 Fri) "International Environmental Injustices": Peace InSight 7 pm (see 27 Tue) Meeting: Queer AsianPacif ie Islanders 7:30 pm (see 2 Fri) "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm (see 15 Thu) Yo La Tengo: Prism Productions 9 pm, Magie Stick, 4140 Woodward, Detroit. With Magnetic Fields, $10.81 0-645-6666 Five Guys Named Moe: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-1 1 pm, 21 4 S. Main. Crisp jazz & swing seasoned with intricate vocal harmonies and searing guitar. 668-1838 Secrets of the Heart: Natural Healing 9 pm (see 2 Fri) Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 10:30 pm (see 2 Fri) 31 Saturday Spring Sale: Potter's Guild 1 0 am-5 pm, 201 Hill St. Featuring handcrafted work of over 40 clay artists. 663-4970 Free HIV Antibody Testing: HARC 10 am-2 pm (see 6 Tue) Wild Edible Plants: A2 Parks & Rec 1 0:30-noon, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver. Take a hike with Center staff and sample some local edibles, $5person $18tamily. pre-register 662-7802 "The Trager Approach-Relaxation Through Bodywork & Movement Reeducation": Whole Foods Market 1 0:30noon, Lampost Inn, adjacent to Whole Foods, 2398 E. Stadium Blvd. Learn how this gentle style of body work increases range of motion, energy, relaxation and mproves posture. 971-3366 Open Town Meeting-"The Future of Health Care in Washtenaw County": ICPJ & League of Women Voters 1-3:30 pm, Washtenaw Co. Building Trades, 5300 W. Michigan Ave., near Carpenter Rd. Presenters and responders include lawmakers, consumers, labor, and medical care givers. 663-1870 Creative Expression Group: LGBPO 1 pm (see 3 Sat) Picnic: Great Lakes Rainbow 2 pm, Gallup Park, 3000 Fuller Rd. 761-4243 Thomas Chapín Trio: Kerrytown Concert House 7:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Thomas Chapín, saxophone, Jazz at the Edge series, $8-$15. 769-2999 "Viva, La Click-Ka!": Performance Network 8 pm, (see 15 Thu)

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