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1998
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UTERARY EVENTS VISUAL ARTS Book & Poetry Readings, Art Exhibitions, Workshops, Publication Partías, Wríters Artíst Opportunities, etc., Groups, etc, are Usted in the are Usted in the UTERARY EVENTS Calendar ARTS AGENDA Calendar (page 10). (page 11). PEACE & JUSTICE Meetings, protests and rallies, film showings, lectures, benefits, etc, related specitically to politics or grassroots actions are now Usted in the PEACE 4 JUSTICE Calendar (page 13). To publicize March Calendar events, send information by February 1 5 to AGENDA, 220 S. Main St„ Ann Arbor, Ml 48104. Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in the CALENDAR are free and open to the public. All locations are in Ann Arbor unless otherwise noted. 1 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time & location. Coached work-out; all swimmingabilïtieswelcome. Kelly (248) 5439716 Music Festival of India: U-M School of Music 8 am-3 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. Ce lebratethelife and musicofThyagaraja, the greatest composer of the Carnatic tradition. 764-5582 M-Fit Taste of Health: Whole Foods Market 1 1 :30 am-3 pm , WCC, Morris Lawrence Bldg. Sample food and learn recipes with local chefs and food experts. 998-6274 Swim Lessons: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team noon, Mack Pool. Free swim lessons for lesbians. A2QUA will help you learn to swim. 663-0036 Groundhog Day Celebration: A2 Parks & Ree 1 2:30-2 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1 831 Traver Road. Children ages 3-5 search for signs of this furry friend & its shadow, $6 per child. Register 662-7802 Live Music: Borders Books 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Featuring "Fountainhead." 668-7652 Annual Meeting: Ecology Center of Ann Arbor 2-4 pm, NEW Center, 1 100 N. Main. With keynote speaker Jane Holtz Kay, author of "Asphalt Nation: How the Automobile Took Over America and How We Can Takelt Back." 761-3186 "Inhlanzi Ishelwe Amanzi- As Fish Out Of Water": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 2 pm & 7 pm, Performance Network, 408 West Washington. A multi-lingual tapestry of diverse South African characters, images, observations and personal stories exploring questions of culture, identity, race and tradition, $15,$12 students & seniors. 668-0407 "You Can't Take It With You": A2 Civic Theatre 2 pm, Civic Playhouse, 2275 Platt Rd. Play by Moss Hart and George S. Kauf man in which the one stable daughter of a quirky, free-spirited family falls for the "down-toearth" son of a snotty wealthy family. Cali for ticket info. 971 -AACT "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 pm, Garage Theatre, 1 37 Park Street, Chelsea. Wendy Hammond's play tells the story of an uneducated young mother who seeks a better life for herself and her two children. Contains adult language and situations, $20-$25. (734) 475-7902 Rhythm Writers: Pierpont Commons 2-4 pm, Piano Lounge in Pierpont Commons. Variety of poetry and music. (248) 652-8568 "The Adventures of Contemporary Piano Music": University Musical Society 3 pm, Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. 4th Ave. Piano masterclass with Úrsula Oppens. 7642538 Meeting: Zen Meditation Group LGBTA4-6 pm, e-mail for location. Meditation, a Dharma talk, discussion and socializing. areelian@juno.com. Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals: Tree of Life Metropolitan Comm. Church 6 pm, 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 485-3922 Meeting: Unscouts 7 pm, Zingerman's Next Door. Bisexual women's support and social group for ages 21 and over. 913-8660 Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm, downstairs (back entrance), 1st Congreg. Church, 218 N. Adams, Ypsi. 721-2081 A2 Bluestage: Arbor Brewing Company 8 pm-midnight, 1 1 6 E. Washington. 213-1 393 Paul Finkbeiner's Jazz Jam Session: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. Listenperform. 662-8310 2 Monday Support Group for Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Youth: Ozone House cali for time, 1705 Washtenaw Ave. Meets every Mon. 662-2265 HIV & Recovery: Hl VAIDS Resource Center (HARC) cali for time and place. Every Mon. For HlV-positive men & women who are in recovery from chemical dependence. 800578-2300 Job Hunters Networking Group: SoundingsA Center For Women 10-11:30 am, 4090 Packard. Ongoing drop-in program. Meet with other job seekers, $5. 973-7723 Úrsula Oppens: University Musical Society 1 2:30 pm, U-M School of Music, Room 2043. Oppens and Amnon Wolman discuss and perform Wolman's "New York for Two Interactive Disklaviers." 764-2538 Piano Master Class: U-M School of Music 4:30 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. With Úrsula Oppens. 764-0594 Women's Support Group: LGBTA 5:15 pm, LGBTA Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd Floor. Every Mon. Open to all women. 763-4186 Live Jazz: Mondays in Leonardo's 7-9 pm, Pierpont Commons (lower level), N. Campus. With Randy Napoleon & Friends. 7647544. Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:30 pm, A2 CivicTheater, 2275 Platt Rd. A Lesbian Gay Bi and Trans chorus open for all. Every Mon. email outloud@umich.edu New Lesbian Group: LGBTA 7:30 pm, Aut Bar, 315 Braun Ct. Meet other professional lesbian singles over coffee or cocktails, every 1st Monday. 747-7322 Interactive Theater: HillelU-M Housing División 8 pm, cali for place. "Talk To Us" troupe presents "The Other Side of the Mirror" and "Identity Indemnity." 769-0500x436 Israeli Movie Night: American Movement for Israel 9 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Showing of the film "Song of the Siren." 769-0500 The Bird of Paradise Orchestra: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am, 207 S. Ashley. Big band jazz, $3. 662-8310 3 Tuesday Living With HIV: HIVAIOS Resource Center cali for time & location. Every Tue. & Wed. Support group for men & women. 572-9355 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Moving Beyond the Basics: A2 District Library 10 am, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Web class 3: discussing bookmarks, saving to disk and how to evalúate Websites, $5. Register 3274550 Downtown Sounds: A2 District Library 12:101 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. WCC instructor and musician John Lawrence performs contemporary jazz. 327-4525 Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 12:30 pm, Rehearsal Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg., N. Campus. Percussionist J.B. Smith joined by U-M Percussion Ensemble. 764-0594 Free HIVAIDS Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center (HARC) 6-9 pm, HARC offices, 3075 Clark Ftd.,Ste. 203. Walk-n,con(idental testing. 572-9355 FrontrunnersWalkers 6:15 pm (walkers) & 6:35 pm (runners), Fuller Pool parking lotTue & Thu. Runners and walkers, various paces and distances. Cali to confirm locations. 4344494 Meeting: Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30-8 pm, SAFE House, 4100 Clark Rd. Weekly meeting for lesbian survivors of lesbian battering. 973-0242 x201 String Figure Fun: A2 District Library 6:307:30 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. For 8 years and up. Register 327-8301 Mens Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm, 3116 Mich. Union. Every Tue. Open to all men. 7634186 English Country Dancing: A2 Council for Traditional Music and Dance 7-9:45 pm, Chapel Hill Condo Clubhouse, 3350 Green Rd. Workshop and dancing, all levéis welcome, $4. 663-0744 Lecture: Whole Foods Market 7-8:30 pm, Tappan Middle School, E. Stadium. "NonInvasive Diagnostic Techniques" by Cindy Klement. Register 971-3366 Meeting: Cleptomaniacs & Shoplifters Anonymous (CASA) 7-8:30 pm, First Baptist Church, 512 E. Huron. Weekly supportgroup. 913-6990 Herbal Wisdom Series: People's Food Coop 7:30-9:30 pm, 216 N. 4th Ave. "Herbal AlliesforChildbearing and Menopause." Register 769-0095 Weekly Meeting: Conservative Minyan 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Help plan activities for the minyan. 769-0500 Fellowship of Isis: Magical Education Council Of A2 7:30 pm, ICC Ed Ctr, 1522 Hill. New groupforthestudyandcelebrationofancient Egyptian religión. 665-3522 UniversitySymphonyOrchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. First orchestral concert of the new semester. 764-0594 Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. Euphonium recital features Angie Hunter. 764-0594 Meeting: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm, 2nd Cooley Lounge, East Quad. Dyke discussion group, every Tue. 763-4186 Poignant Plecostomus: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1:30 am, 207 S. Ashley, $5. 662-8310 4 Wednesday Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center cali for time (see3Tue) "Dr. Suess On The Loóse": A2 Parks & Ree cali for time, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver Road. Hear these famous silly stories with a real life twist, for children ages 4-5. Register 662-7802 Beginners Guide to the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 8:30 am West Branch, 2503 Jackson Ave. and Northeast Branch, 2713 Plymouth Rd. Register 994-1674 (W), 996-3180 (N) Buhrrr Blasts: A2 Parks & Rec3.30-5:1 5 pm, Buhr Ice Rink, 2751 Packard Rd. Special activities for kids, $3 adults$2.50 youths & seniors ($2 skate rental). 971-3228 Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm. Closets R 4 Clothes (6 pm) & Radio Q (6:30 pm). News and more for the LesBiGay Trans communities. 763-3500 Free HIVAIDS Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center (HARC) 6-9 pm, Community Family Health Center, 1230 N. Maple Rd. Walk-in, confidential testing. 998-6117 Parsha & Pizza: American Movement for Israel 6-7:15 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Torah study & pizza. 769-0500 Support Group for LGBT Parents: Common Language Bookstore 6 30-7:30 pm, 215 S. 4th Ave. Supportdiscussion group exploring issues for gay parents, every Wed. 663-0036 Open Class in Wicca: Magical Education Council of A2 7 pm, cali for location. Beginning instruction. Kami 761-1137 Public Screening: 36th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 pm-midnight, Gypsy Cafe, 214 N. 4th Ave. Screening of film entries for the March festival. 995-5356 Reform Chavurah Weekly Meeting: Hillel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Help plan services and special events. 769-0500 Shamanic Journeys: Magical Educalion Council of A2 7:30 pm, ICC Ed Ctr,1522 KUL Trance-like visits to other wortels to the accompaniment of the shaman's drum. 6653522 Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Fesival: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. With George Kahumoko Jr., Rev. Dennis Kamakahi and Cyril Pahinui, $15.761-1451 Concert Band: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. With conductor James Tapia. 7640594 "Julie Johnson': Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) East Quad Group: LGBTA9 pm, 2nd Cooley Lounge, E. Quad. Weekiy social group for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. 763-4186 Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm1 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Brooks (bass), Riek Roe (piano), and Pete Siers (drums), $3.662-8310 5 Thursday Shulchan Ivrit: American Movement for Israel 5:30 pm, Cava Java (E.U. at S.U.), downstairs. A fun way to practice Hebrew. 769-0500 FrontrunnersWalkers 6:15 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) "Face the Music": WCBN 88.3 FM 7-8 pm. Radio show with the one-and-only arwulf arwulf. 763-3500 "Sexuality & Spirituality - Exploring the Connections":LGBTA7-8pm,Guild House, 802 Monroe. Discussion group. 662-5189 Intro to the Electronic Card Catalog: A2 District Library 7 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. 3274550 Women's Basketball: LGBTA 7 pm, CCRB. All skill levéis welcome, every Thu. women's.b-ball@u-mich.edu "Open" Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard. With hosts Lili Fox and Shell. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Whirleyball: Grads & ProfessionalsHillel 8 pm, meet at Hillel, 1429 Hill. Learn to play whirleyball, $5. 769-0500 Al & Emily Cantrell: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Acoustic music with fiddle, $1 1 . 7611451 GuestFaculty Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Mclntosh Theatre, N. Campus. Lecturerecital on the MIDI-flute. 764-0594 "Inhlanzi Ishelwe Amanzi-As Fish Out Of Water": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 8 pm, Wayne State University, General Lectures Bldg. Aud., Detroit. A multilingual tapestry of diverse South African characters, images, observations and personal stories exploring questions of culture, identity, race and tradition, $15,$12 students & seniors. 668-0407 Dale Ward Singers: University Musical Society 8 pm, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. 40-person ensemble sings a wide variety of music, $20. 764-2538 "The Choreography of Geography": University Dance Company 8 pm, Power Center. Works inspired by the four points of the compass, including choreography by Merce Cunningham,$14-$18. 764-0450 - Live Jazz: Thursdays in Leonardo's 8-10 pm, Pierpont Commons (lower level), N. Campus. Featured jazz combos of U-M students. 764-7544. "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm1 am (see 4 Wed) Freakwater: Prism 9:30 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. With special guests Mike Ireland & Holler, $6. 99-MUSIC 6 Friday Delivering Shabbat Meals: Volunteers in ActionHillel cali for details. Help deliver ShabbatdinnerstohomeboundelderiyinA2. 769-0500 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) "HowCouMYouStoopSoLo?":Walk&Squawk Performance Project cal! for time and pnce, Hagopian World of Rugs, 850 S. Maple. Hilary Ramsden in an evening of solo pieces which examine love, time, cooking, traveling & the geography of our bodies. 643-8198 Family Reading Night: A2 District Library cali for time, Northeast Branch, 2713 Plymouth Rd. Local celebrities read their favorite books for children and families. 996-3180 Lady Sunshine & the X Band: The Tap Room cali for time and price, 201 W. Mich., Ypsi. 482-5320 Gradúate & Professional Mishneh Torah Chug: Hillel 8:30 am, 1429 Hill. Study of Rambam's code of Jewish law. 769-0500 Master Class: U-M School of Music 11 am, School of Music Recital Hall. Featuring choral conductor Dale Ward. 764-0594 Chamber Choir Master Class: University Musical Society 1:30 pm, U-M School of Music Recital Hall. Conductor Dale Ward works with the U-M Chamber Choir. 764-2538 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Qu intet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm, 207 S. Ashley. Dixieland to swing, $2. 662-8310 Women of Color Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm, LGBTA Lounge, Mich. Union 3rd Floor. For lesbian, bisexual, and questioning women of color Every Fri. 763-4186 Opera Workshop: U-M School of Music 7 pm, Mclntosh Theatre, N. pus. An evening of staged art song. 764-2538 Chesapeake: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. With special guests Slaid Cleaves and The RFD Boys, $12.50. 761-1451 St. Paul Chamber Orchestra with Emanuel Ax: University Musical Society 8 pm, Hill Aud. One of the country's bestchamberorchestras.featuring pianist Emanuel Ax, $16-$45. 764-2538 "The Choreography of Geography": University Dance Company 8 pm (see 5Thu) Guest Recital: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. Darryl Taylor, tenor, presents AfricanAmerican recital literature. 764-2538 David Mosher: Cafe Anzu 8-10 pm, 1 733 Plymouth Rd. Acoustic folk. 7691212 "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Preview "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) SongCrafters: Cafe Zola 9-1 1 pm, 1 1 2 W. Washington. With Liz Monblamco, Vint & Matilda, Elissa White Hatt and Michael Broek. 769-2020 Firebird Balalaika Ensemble: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-11 pm, 214 S. Main. Music of Russia and Eastern Europe performed on traditional nstruments. 769-2331 ' Winners Gig": Friday in Leonardos 9-11 pm.PierpontCommons. The winner of January's "Open Mie Night" will perform an entire evening's program. 764-7544 Janet Hailey & Tim Lyons: Cafe Félix 9-11 pm, 304 S. Main. Singersongwriters. 662-8650 Jeannine Miller & Vincent Shandor Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 1 1 pm & 12:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Jazz, $5.662-8310 Danny Cox: Cafe Afundi 10 pm-midnight, 304 S. Ashley. Live music. 6650770 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 1 0:30 pm, People Dancing Studio, 1 1 1 Third St. Eclectic, recorded dance music (bringyourown tapes). Smoke-and alcohol-free.childrenwelcome.wheelchairaccessible, $3. 459-8136 7 Saturday "Don't Let a Little Bit of Gravity Keep You Down": Reform Chavurah cali for time, meet at Hillel, 1429 Hill. Indoor rock climbing. 647-4365 Movie Night. Conservative Minyan Hillel cali fortime, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Mei Brooks Movie Marathon. 769-0500 Free HIVAIDS Testing: HIVAIDS Resource Center (HARC) 10 am-2 pm, HARC offices, 3075 Clark Rd„ Ste. 203, Ypsi. Second location: St. Peter A.M.E. Church, 948 WatlingBIvd., Ypsi. Walkn, confidential testing. 572-9355 Creative Expression Group: LGBTA 1 pm, Walk & Squawk Studio, 122 E. Mosley. Teens nterested in exploring issues of sexual orientation and gender identity; no artistic experience necessary. Allies welcome. 763-4186 Winter Hike: Jewish Environmental Awareness Project 1:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Afternoon hike. 769-0500 "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 pm (see 1 Sun) Open Jam: A2 Council for Traditional Music and Dance 4-6 pm, Pittsfield Grange, 3337 A2-Saline Rd. All levéis of string band musicians invited. 6623371 Interfaith Worship Service: Guild House 5:30-6:30 pm, 802 Monroe. Weekly worship. 662-5189 Kenny Barron: Kerrytown Concert House 7 & 9 pm, 41 5 N. Fourth Ave. In celebration of his newest Verve recording Things Unseen," this pianist masterfully blends open space and edgy rhythms, $1 0-$1 5, cali f or reservations. 769-2999 Steve Ferguson & The Midwest Creole Ensemble: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Cajún blues-rock, $12.50. 7611451 Contemporary Directions Ensemble: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Rackham Lecture Hall. Music by U-M composers. 764-0594 First Saturday Contra Dance: A2 Council for Traditional Music & Dance 8 pm, Pittsfield Grange, 3337 A2-Saline Rd. Dance to live music, $6. 769-1052 February Frolic: Tree of Life MCC 8 pm-midnight, First Congregational Church, 21 8 N. Adams, Ypsi. Fun, food and dancing for LGBT and friends, $35 donation. 485-3922 Valentine Skate: Ann Arbor Parks & Ree 8-9:30 pm, Veterans Memorial Park Indoor Ice Arena, Jackson and Maple. Skating for all ages, with live dj, $4.25adult, $3.50youth & senior, $2 skate rental. 761-7240 Coffeehouse Series: Mich. Union Arts S Programs 8 pm, U-Club, Mich. Union. Dynamic Dúos and Trios Night. 7633202 "Inhlanzi Ishelwe Amanzi-As Fish Out Of Water": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 8 pm (see 5 Thu) "The Choreography of Geography ": University Dance Company 8 pm (see 5 Thu) Preview "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) 'Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "Sur": Sweetwaters Cafe 9-11 pm, 123 W. Washington. Singerguitarist of the Sur Trio performs her solo repertoire. 769-2331 Supertastrunners: Cafe Félix 9-11 pm, 304 S. Main. Acoustic-based, postpunk world folk. 662-8650 Luna: Prism 9:30 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First. With Apples in Stereo, $12. 99MUSIC Jeannine Miiler & Vincent Shandor Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 1 1 pm& 12:30 am (see 6 Fri) 8 Sunday 3rd Annual Progressive Concert & Reception: UMGALAS cali for time, UM School of Music, Blanche Anderson Moore Organ Hall.764-3292 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Swim Lessons: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team noon (see 1 Sun) Kids Concerts: Oz's Music 1 pm, 1 920 Packard Rd. Open stage for the young ones. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Meeting: A2 Co-Housing Group 1-3 pm, Nicola's Books, 251 3 Jackson Rd. Update on the localCo-Housing project. 663-7523 Live Music: Borders Books 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. "Buzzrats" unplugged. 6687652 Preview "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 2 & 7 pm (see 1 2 Thu) "The Choreography of Geography": University Dance Company 2 pm (see 5 Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 pm (see 1 Sun) Fatty & Mabel": A2 Silent Film Society 3 pm, Clarion Hotel, 2900 Jackson Rd. 4 short-subject films with Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and feature film "Mickey"(1918), $4. 677-1359 Canadian Brass: University Musical Society 4 pm, Mili Aud. Unlikely blend of vaudeville and high culture, $18$30. 764-2538 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Folkin' A-Squared: The Ark 7 pm, 31 6 S. Main. A2 Songwriters In The Round with Chris Buhalis, K.C. Groves, Lisa Hunter, Brian Lillie, Kevin Meisel, Jim Roll, Jo Serrapere and Rollie Tussing III; hosted by Dick Siegel, $10. 7611451 "Inhlanzi Ishelwe Amanzi-As Fish Out Of Water": Walk & Squawk Performance Project 7 pm (see 5 Thu) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) "When Night is Falling": Queer Visiblllty Week8 pm, Trotter House. Story of a love affair between two women, this film touches on sexuality, race, religión and class. 763-4186 Israel! Dancing: Hillel 8-1 0 pm, 1 429 Hill. Instruction & dancing, $2.50. 7690500 Gramercy Trio: Kerrytown Concert House8pm,415N.FourthAve.Evening of music with this newly formed trio, $5-$12. Reservations 769-2999 Gender Explorers: LGBTA8 pm, Room 3110, Mich. Union. New socialsupport group for transgenderists, transsexuals, cross-dressers.Third Genders, intersexuals, those questioning their gender, and all others who live outside of society's gender expectations. 7634186 A2 Bluestage: Arbor Brewing Company 8 pm-midnight (see 1 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 1 Sun) 9 Monday "The Environmental Semester, Rethinking the Relationship " : Organization of African-American Students in Architecture and Urban Planning cali for time, Atrium Gallery. Exhibition of renderings and models in support of theLSAthemesemester(thru25Wed). 764-7544 HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 2 Mon) Support Group for Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Youth: Ozone House (see 2 Mon) Introduction to Computers: A2 District Library 10am, 343 S. Fifth Ave. "Hands on" class, $5. Register 327-4550 Job Hunters Networking: Soundings 10-1 1:30 am (see 2 Mon) Women ' s S up p ort G roup : LG BTA 5 : 1 5 pm (see 2 Mon) African American History Month Reception: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Community reception with delicacies and music. 327-4525 Live Jan: Mondays in Leonardos 7-9 pm (see 2 Mon) "Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents": Alliance for the Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7:30-9:30 pm, St. ClareTemple Beth Emeth Bldg., 2309 Packard. Q & A with guest speaker. 994-6611 Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Composers Forum: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. Showcase of new works by U-M students. 764-0594 " Network Chiropractic's Role in Your Health Care Plan": Dr. Rob Koliner 8 pm, 1210 North Maple. An introduction to the practice and philosophy of Network Chiropractics. 761-5908 Midrash & Munchies: Conservative MinyanHillel 8-9 pm, 1429 Hill. With Rabbi Rich Kirschen. 769-0500 Interactive Theater: HillelU-M Housing División 8 pm (see 2 Mon) Movie Night: Reform Chavurah 8:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Showing of "Billy Madison." 769-0500 The Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 10 Tuesday Living With HIV: HIVAIOS Resource Center cali for time (see 3 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) "No Two Snowflakes Are Alike": A2 Materials Recovery Facility 1-4 pm, MRF Education Center, 4120 Platt Rd. Leam all about reducing, reusing and recycling paper while exercising your creattvity. 994-2807 Community Ethnic Festival & African Fashion Show: A2 Parks & Ree 6-7:30 pm, Bryant Community Center, 3 W. Eden Court. African-inspired designs by local artists. Bring a favorite dish to share; cali for fees and registration. 994-2722 Free HIVAIOS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 3 Tue) FrontrunnersWalkers 6: 1 5 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Advanced Contra-English Dance: Rocky Road 7-9:45 pm, Chapel Hill Condo Clubhouse, 3350 Green Rd. All dances taught, $5. 662-5158 Introduction to Genealogy Resources: A2 District Library 7 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Register 327-4550 Movie Night: Frankel Center tor Judaic Studies 7 pm, 1300 Chemistry Bldg. Showing of the film "Shop On Main Street." 769-0500 Origami Demonstration: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, Main Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Don Shall, A2's "Origami Guy" returns. Register 327-8301 Mens Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 3 Tue) Meeting: CASA 7-8:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Movie Night: Jewish Women's Forum Ahava - Jewish LesBiGay Collective 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Showing of the film "Torch Song Trilogy." 769-0500 Weekly Meeting: Conservative Minyan 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Fellowship ol Isis: Magical Education Council of A2 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Queer People of Color Queer Visibility Week 8 pm, Anderson Room D, Mich. Union. Discussion with panel of students from All Us and Mothra. 7634186 Guy Davis: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S.Main. Acoustic blues, $11. 761-1451 University Philharmonia Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Hill Aud. Works by Mendelssohn and Bizet, with conductor Pier Calabria. 764-0594 "Gel Curious wSafety Girl & Butch Curious": CTV Channel 9 9 pm. Public access live call-in TV show. 975-9975 Meeting: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Acid Jazz Night with Transmission: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Funky, avant-garde dance music, $5. 662-8310 11 Wednesday Living With HIV: HIVAIDS Resource Center cali for time (see 3 Tue) "Dr. Suess On The Loóse": A2 Parks & Ree cali for time (see 4 Wed) Lectura: Frankel Center for Judaic Studies noon, Commons Room, Lane Hall. Assistent Prof. Kemal Bakarfrom the Univ. of Sarajevo wilt discuss "The Sarajevo Hagadah- Keepers, Seekers and Retrievers." 769-0500 Buhrrr Blasts: A2 Parles & Ree 3:305:15pm(see4Wed) Free HIVAIDS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 4 Wed) Parcha S Pizza: AMI 6-7:1 5 pm (see 4 Wed) Support Group for LGBT Parents: Common Language Bookstore 6:30-7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Beginners Guide to the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 7 pm, Loving Branch, 3042 Creek Drive. Register 994-2353 "When Harry Met Sally": Pierpont Commons 7 pm, East Room. Rob Reiner's buoyant romantic comedy, $1.7647544 Reform Chavurah: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Ed. Council of A2 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) LGBT Faculty, Staff & Administration: Queer Visibility Week 8 pm, Kuenzel Room, Mich. Union. Panelists will discuss their experience of being queer and working for the U-M. 763-4186 Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Perform or listen, sign-up begins at 7:30 pm, $3. 761-1451 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam: Univercity Musical ety8 pm, Hill Aud. Program of Mahler and Bruckner, $20-$55. 764-2538 BR5-49: Prism 8 pm, Majestic, 4140 Woodward, Detroit. With Gino & The Lone Valley Boysand Swingin Demons, $12.50. 99-MUSIC "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) East Quad Group: LGBTA 9 pm (see 4 Wed) 12 Thursday " Become Outrageous " : Town Hall Celebrity Lecture Series 10:30 am, Mendelssohn Theater. With gerontologist.sociologistandeducatorRuthHar- riott Jacobs. Luncheon to follow, $15 lecture, $15luncheon. 663-4451 Dinner for the Homeless: Volunteers in ActionHillel 3-5 pm (cook food), 57 pm (serve food), First United Methodist Church (across from Frieze). Walk-in help needed. 769-0500 Women of Inf luence Series: SOS Community Services 4-6 pm, Genesis Center, 2309 Packard, St.Clare's Church and Temple Beth Emeth. Theme: "Each one of us is a woman of nfluence." 485-8730 Shulchan Ivrit: American Movement for Israel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) FrontrunnersWalkers 6: 1 5 pm & 6: 35 pm (see 3 Tue) Women's Basketball: LGBTA 7 pm (see 5 Thu) "Sexuality & Spirituality- Exploring theConnections": LGBTA7-8pm (see 5 Thu) "Face the MailC": WCBN 88.3 FM 78 pm (see 5 Thu) Songwriters Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1 920 Packard. With host Jim Novak. Pertorm or listen. 6628283 Lani Ka'ahumanu - Bisexual and Bicultural: Queer Visibility Week 8 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. First major bisexual speaker to appear at U-M. 763-4186 Jazz Combos: U-M School of Music 8 pm, Rackham Lecture Hall. 764-0594 "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8 pm, 408 W. Washington. Opening night. ComeaV by Larry Dean Harris about Gary, an ambitious gay art directorwhoapproaches Diana, a Jewish woman, for a position in her highpowered advertising agency, and their ensuing friendship, $15$12 students 6 seniors, Thu is pay-what-you-canday. (Sign-language interpreter provided for the 2 pm show on March 1 ). 663-0681 "The Man Who Carne To Dinner": P.T.D. Productions8 pm, Riverside Arts Center, 76 N. Huron, Ypsi. Comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman in which a celebrity "houseguest from heil" lands on the doorstep ot the Stanley family's Ohio home, $1 2$9students & seniors. 4837345 "The Best People": U-M Dept.of Theatre and Drama 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theatre. Avery Hopwood's and David Gray's 1 924 period comedy which reveals how perceptions of moral character are colored by class differences, $14-$1 8. 764-0450 David Barrett & Kitty Donohoe: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Live music, $10.761-1451 "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Live Jazz: Thursdays in Leonardo's 8-10pm(see5Thu) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) 'Get Curious wSa(ety Girl & Butch Curious": CTV Channel 9 1 0 pm. (see 10Tue) 13 Friday Deliver ing Shabbat Mea is: Volunteers in ActionHillel cali for time (see 6 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Moving Beyond the Basles: A2 District Library 8:30 am, West Branch, 2503 Jackson Ave. Web class 3. Register 994-1674 Gradúate & Professional Mishneh Torah Chug: Hillel 8:30 am (see 6 Fri) Kiss-ln: Queer Visibility Week noon, U-M Diag. People of all sexual orientations will gather to demónstrate affection in a safe public space. 763-4186 Safer-Sex Workshop: Queer Visibility Week 2 pm, Kuenzel Room, Mich. Union. Lani Ka'ahumanu and her"safersexsluts" present a wild safer-sexeducation workshop for people of all sexual orientations. 763-4186 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Quintet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm (see 6 Fri) Winter Evening At Cobblestone Farm: A2Parks4Rec6-9pm,2781 Packard. Experience a typical evening on the farm with craft projects and games, $2 person, $8family. 994-2928 Sharing Shabbat & Dinner: Reform Chavurah 6:25 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Bringyourfriends,Jewsandnon-Jews, to services and dinner. Reservations 769-0500 Moonlight Serenade: A2 Parks & Ree 630-9 pm, Huron Hills Cross Country Ski Center, 3465 E. Huron River Dr. Cross country ski underthe stars, $2.50 trail fee, $1.25-$3.50equipment rental. 971-6840 "Hearts For The Arts '98": A2 Symphony Orchestra 4 Heart Care Program of the U-M Health System 6:30 pm, Crowne Plaza, 610 Hilton Blvd. Annual benefit dinner dance and celebrity art auction promotes public support for the arts and awareness of the prevention of heart disease, $75 .$125.994-4801 Booklover's Guide to the Internet: A2 District Library 7 pm, Northeast Branch, 2713 Plymouth Road. Introduction to websites of interest to readers. Register 996-3180 Women of Color Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 6 Fri) EmpatheaterKerrytown Concert House7:30 pm, 415 N. 4th Ave. Improvisaron troupe trained in Drama Therapy and Psychodrama. Performances are designed from situations written byaudience members, $7-$12. 7692999 Discussion Group: OLO (Older Lesbians Organizing) 7:30 pm, Common Language Bookstore, 215 S. 4th Ave. Topics will be love, lust and passion. 663-0036 Mack Pool Luau: A2 Parks & Ree 7:30-9 pm, Mack Indoor Pool, 715 Brooks Tropical refreshments and games, $2.50adults, $1 .50 youth & seniors. 994-2898 Veggie Shabbat Potluck: Grads & ProfessionalsHillel 7:45 pm, Lawyers' Club, Law Quad. This month's focus is on udaism and the environment. 769-0500 Benefit: A2 Civic Theatre 8 pm, Civic Playhouse, 2275 Platt Rd. An evening of cabaret entertainment in afundraisertosupprt the A2 Civic Theatre, $15. 971 -AACT Juan-José Mosalini and His Grand Tango Orchestra: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. This Parisian tango orchestra celebrates romance with passionate sounds, $16-$30. 764-2538 Symphony Band: U-M School of Music 8pm,Hill Aud. With conductorKevinSedatole. 764-0594 Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. More than just acoustic blues, $15. 761-1451 Jennifer Jean Smith: Cafe Anzu 8-10 pm, 1733 Plymouth Rd. Folk music. 769-1212 Jonny Lang: Prism 8 pm, Clutch Cargo's, 65 E. Huron, Pontiac. With guest G.B.Leighton, $17.50. 99-MUSIC "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8pm(see12Thu) "The Man Who Carne To Dinner": P.T.D. Productions 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "JulieJohnson": Purple Rose TheatreCompany 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Best People": U-M Department of Theatre S Drama 8 pm (see 12 Thu) An Oneg of Laughter Reform Chavurah 9 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. With Rabbi Amie Sleutelberg. 769-0500 Danny Cox: Cafe Félix 9-1 1 pm, 304 S. Main. Live music. 662-8650 Five Guys Named Moe: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-1 1 pm, 21 4 S. Main. Acoustic swing. 668-1838 Owain Phyie & the New World Renaissance Band: Cafe Zola 9-11 pm, 11 2 W. Washington. Live music. 769-2020 Paul Vornhagen Quartet: The BinJ ol Paradise 9:30 pm, 11 pm, & 12:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Live jazz, $5. 662-8310 Ricardo Seir: Cafe Afundi 10 pm-midnight, 304 S. Ashley. Latin music. 665-0770 14 Saturday Blizzard Ball Scramble: Ann Arbor Parks & Ree 9 am, Leslie Park Golf Course, 2120 Traver Road. Play six holes of golf in the snow with sloppy joes and cake afterwards, $48 per4-person team, pre-register. 971-6840 "No Two Snowflakes Are Alike": A2 Materials Recovery Facility 10 am-noon (see 10 Tue) Free HIVAIDS Testing: HARC 10 am-2 pm (see 7 Sat) Beginners Guide to the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 11 am, 343 S. Fifth Ave , $5. Register 327-4550 Creative Expression Group: LGBTA 1 pm (see 7 Sat) Victorian Valentine's Day: A2 Parks & Ree 1:30 & 3:30 pm, Kempf House, 312 S. División. Enjoy the old world charm and romance of a traditional Valentine's Day tea, reservations required with pre-payment of $10person. 994-4898 Buhrrr Fest: A2 Parks & Ree 2:30-4:30 pm, BuhrOutdoor Ice Rink, 2751 Packard.Variety of winter events on and around the ice rink, $3adults, $2.50youth & seniors, $2skate rental. 971-3228 " Julie Johnson ": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 pm (see 1 Sun) Interf a ith Worship Service: Guild House 5:306:30 pm (see 7 Sat) Owl ProwhA Winter Hoot: A2 Parks & Ree 6:30-8:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver Rd. Family event f illed with night hikes, owl calling, games and more, $6person, $1 5family. 662-7802 "Pandoras Box": Cinema Guild 7 & 10:20 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. 994-0027 Mark "Mr. B" Braun's Annual Birthday Bounce... Valentine's Day Blues & Boogie: Kerrytown Concert House 7 & 9 pm, 41 5 N. Fourth Ave. An evening of blues, boogie & beyond, with George Bedard, $10-$25. Reservations 769-2999 Biza Sompa & Bichinis Bia Congo Dance Troupe: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Congolese music and dances, $10. 761-1451 Chen Zimbalista: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. One man with over 40 drums, cymbals, a marimba and a vibraphone, with special guests, $14-$26. 764-2538 "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8pm(see12Thu) "The Man Who Carne To Dinner": P.T.D. Productions 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "The Best People": U-M Dept. of Theatre & Drama 8 pm (see 12 Thu) "Julie Johnson "Purple RoseTheatreCompany 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Passion ol Joan of Are" : Cinema Guild 9 pm, Nat. Sci. Aud. 994-0027 Poetry Love Fest: Cafe Felix9-1 1 pm, 304 S. Main. Ten poets and musicians share their Valentine offerings. 662-8650 Wild Birds: Sweetwaters Cafe 9-1 1 pm, 1 23 W. Washington. Live music with Katherine Weider, David Goldfingerand Glenn Bering. 769-2331 Paul Vornhagen Quartet: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 1 1 pm, & 1 2:30 am (see 1 3 Fri) 15 Sunday Monthly Meeting: A. Lorde Collective cali for time, Affirmations Community Center, 195 W. Nine Mile Rd., Femdale. Serving the needs and interests of Black lesbians in the metro Detroit área; every 3rd Sun 313-862-3396 International Conference: Franke! Center for Judaic Studies cali for time, Rackham Assembly Hall. Theme: "ACentury of Modern Jewish Politics: The Bund and Zionism in Poland and Eastern Europe." 769-0500 Community Singing Workshop: Walk & Squawk Performance Project cali for time, Museum of Af rican American History, 31 5 E. Warren, Detroit. The South African cast of "As Fish Out Of Water" performs and teaches traditional South African music. 668-0407 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Swim Lessons: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team noon (see 1 Sun) Live Music: Borders Books 1 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Surf music with the "Prodigáis." 668-7652 Victorian Valentine's Oay: A2 Parks S Ree 1:30 & 3:30 pm (see 14 Sat) Gender-Free Contra Dance: A2 Rainbow Contra Dancers 2-5 pm, A2 Friends Meeting Mouse, 1420 Hill St. American folk dancing without gender-specific dance roles, $6$5 students. 764-6958 Meeting: Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and GaysPFLAG Ann Arbor 2-5 pm, FirstUnitarian UniversalistChurch, 191 7 Washtenaw. 741-0659 "Julie Johnson" : Purple Rose Theatre Com - pany 2 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Best People": U-M Department of Theatre & Drama 2 pm (see 12 Thu) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 2&7pm(see12Thu) Yuki & Tomoko Mack: Kerrytown Concert House 4 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Piano duo, cali for ticket info. 769-2999 Michigan Chamber Players: U-M School of Music 4 pm, Britton Recital Hall, N. Campus. Program of Turina and Brahms. 764-0594 Meeting: Zen Meditation GroupLGBTA4 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Services lor Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Skating Party: Professional Womyn's Social Group 7 pm, Buhr Park. For womyn and their (girl)friends & families. 213-5452 Jonatha Brooke: The Ark 7:30 pm, 316 S. Main. Singer, songwrlter & guitarist, $15. 761-1451 Henry Rollins: Prism 7:30 pm, Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty. Spoken Word Tour, $13.50. 99-MUSIC Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Man Who Carne To Dinner ": P.T.D. Productions 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8-10 pm (see 8 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Arbor Brewing Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Jazz Jam Session: The Bird ot Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 16 Monday Support Group for Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Youth: Ozone House (see 2 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 2 Mon) Job Hunters Networking: Soundings 1011:30am(see2Mon) Women's Support Group: LGBTA 5:15 pm (see 2 Mon) Meet Your Local Witch Night: Magical Education Council of A2 6-8 pm, Gypsy Cafe, 21 4 N. 4th Ave. Monthry gathering f rom all Wiccan traditions. Kami 761-1137 Kid's World Wide Web Demonstration: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Families welcome. 327-8301 Meeting: Unscouts 7 pm, Eastern Accents Bakery & Cafe. Bisexual women's support and social group for ages 21 and over. 9138660 Audition: Ypsilanti Players 7-10 pm, St. Luke's Church, 120 N. Huron, Ypsi. Auditioning for the two act comedy "The Cashier" by Glen Merzer. 15 roles availabie for men and women of ages 18 to 60-plus. 487-PLAY Live Jazz: Mondays in Leonardo's 7-9 pm (see 2 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Interactive Theater: HilielU-M Housing División 8 pm (see 2 Mon) The Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 17 Tuesday Living With HIV: HARC cali for time (see 3 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Moving Beyond the Basics: A2 District Library 3 pm, Loving Branch, 3042 Creek Dr. Web class 3. Register 994-2353 Free Hl VAIDS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 3 Tue) FrontrunnersWalkers 6:15 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group: LGBTA 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) African-American History Month Forum: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. "Ann Arbor: Then And Now," a discussion forum on race relations in the community. 327-4525 LGBT Gradúate Student Forum: LGBTA 7 pm, East Conference Room, Rackham. Topic: "LGBT Gradúate Student & Faculty Interactions - Building Professional Relationships." 763-4186 Introduction to Computers: A2 District Library 7 pm (see 9 Mon) Audition: Ypsilanti Players 7-1 0 pm (see 1 6 Mon) Men's Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 3 Tue) Meeting: CASA 7-8:30 pm (see 3 Tue) English Country Dancing: A2 Council for Traditional Music & Dance 7-9:45 pm (see 3 Tue) Weekly Meeting: Conservative Minyan 7:30 pm (see3Tue) Fel lowsh ip of Isis: Magical Education Council of A2 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Bill Morrissey: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Blues, $11. 761-1451 Chamber Choir and University Chamber Orchestra: U-M School of Music 8 pm, HillAud. Program of Haydn. 7640594 "Gel Curious wSafety Girl & Butch Curious": CTVChannel 9 9 pm (see 1 0 Tue) Meeting: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Poignanl Plecostomus: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am (see 3 Tue) 18 Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC cali for time (see 3 Tue) "Dr. Suess On The Loóse": A2 Parks & Ree cali for time (see 4 Wed) Introduction to the Electronic Card Catalog: A2 District Libraty 8:30 am, West Branch, 2503 Jackson Ave. Register 994-1674 Moving Beyond the Basics: A2 District Library 8:30 am, Northeast Branch, 2713 Plymouth Road. Web class 3. Register 996-31 80 Community Singing Workshop: Walk & Squawk Performance Project 2 pm, Rackham Aud. (see 15 Sun) Buhrrr Blasts: A2 Parks & Ree 3:305:15 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6-7 pm (see 4 Wed) Free HIVAIDS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 4 Wed) Parsha & Pizza: AMI 6-7:15 pm (see 4 Wed) String Figures & Games Workshop: People's Food Co-op 6:30-8:30 pm, 216 N.4th Ave. Creative fun with string, for ages 6 and beyond. Register 7690095 Support Group for LGBT Parents: Common Language Bookstore 6:30-7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Beginner's Guide to the Web: A2 District Library 7 pm (see 14 Sat) Public Screening: 36th Ann Arbor Film Festival 7 pm-midnight (see 4 Wed) Open Class in Wicca: Magical Ed. Council of A2 7 pm (see 4 Wed) Reform Chavurah: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Shamanic Journeys: Magical Ed. Council of A2 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Open Stage: The Ark 8 pm (see 1 1 Wed) East Quad Group: LGBTA 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) 19 Thursday Web Walk: A2 District Library 4 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. How to navigate netscape while exploring kid-safe websites. Forfirstthrough fifth grades accompanied by an adult, $5. Register 327-4550 Shulchan Ivrit: American Movement lor Israel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) FrontrunnersWalkers 6: 1 5 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) Healthy Family Series: Peoples Food Co-op 7-8:30 pm, 21 6N. 4th Ave. "Men Talk About Health," a holistic discussion with Dr. Susie Ziek. Register 7690095 "Face the Music": WCBN 88.3 FM 78 pm (see 5 Thu) Women's Basketball: LGBTA 7 pm (see 5 Thu) Sexuality & Spirituaiity": LGBTA 7-8 pm (see 5 Thu) Rap Session: Jewish Women's Forum 7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. Discussion of body image. 769-0500 Blue-Green Open Mie: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1 920 Packard. Acoustic blues, bluegrass, old time country & folk, with host Sid Rosenburg. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Dos Fallopia: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Comedy; "Dos Fallopia" are Lisa Koch & Peggy Platt, $1 3.50. 761 -1 451 Petersen Quartet: University Musical Society 8 pm, Rackham Aud. Comprised of former principal players in the leading orchestras in Berlin and Leipzig. Meet the artists for a post-performance dialogue f rom the stage, $14-$28. 764-2538 Ellen Rowe-Jiggs Whigam Quartet: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. U-M jazz faculty pianist Ellen Rowe brings herfriends together for a dynamite evening of jazz, $5-$1 5. Reservations 769-2999 "The Man Who Carne To Oinner": P.T.O. Productions8 pm (see 1 2 Thu) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network8pm (see 12 Thu) Live Jazz: Thursdays in Leonardo's 8 ■ 10 pm (see 5 Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) "Get Curious wSatety Girl & Butch Curious": CTV Channel 9 10 pm (see 10 Tue) 20 Friday Family Reading Night: A2 District Library cali for time, West Branch, 2503 Jackson Ave. Local celebrities read thei r favorite books for children and families. 994-1674 Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Delivering ShabbatMeals: Volunteers in ActionHillel cali for time (see 6 Fri) Mishneh Torah Chug: Hillel 8:30 am (see 6 Fri) Paul Klingers E-Z Street Quintet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm (see 6 Fri) Beginner's Guide to Investment Resources: A2 District Library 7 pm, Loving Branch, 3042 Creek Drive. Overview of the Library's investment resources. Register 994-2353 Women of Color Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 6 Fri) Kid's Web Demonstration: A2 District Library 7-8 pm, (see 16 Mon) 1998 Huaren Cultural Show: Huaren Cultural Association 8 pm, ter. Featuring the Asian-American dramatic troupe, Descendants of the Monkey God, the Chinese Students Association Dance Troupe, and speaker Robert Kumaki, $3-$7. 913-1067 Chick Corea & Gary Burton: University Musical Society 8 pm, Michigan Theater. A doublé dose of jazz artistry on both keyboard and vibes, $20-$30. 764-2538 University Choir: U-M School of Music 8 pm, HillAud. 764-0594 "The Taffetas":Croswell Opera House 8 pm, Croswell Opera House, 129 E. Maumee St, Adrián. This fictional female singing group will lead you on a musical journey through the fabulous '50s,$14-$16. 517-264-SHOW RFD Boys: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Bluegrass, $9. 761-1451 Danny Cox: Cafe Anzu 8-1 Opm, 1733 Plymouth Rd. Live music. 769-1212 "The Man Who Came To Dinner": P.T.D. Productions8 pm (see 12 Thu) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network8pm (see 12 Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Vint & Mathilda: Cafe Félix 9-1 1 pm, 304 S. Main. Guitar, vocals & violin. 662-8650 The Others: Cafe Zola 9-1 1 pm, 1 1 2 W. Washington. Mix of traditional and contemporaryTurkish music. 769-2020 Sur Espresso Royale Caffe 9-1 1 pm, 214 S. Main. Music of the Andes. 6681838 Jim Carroll: Prism 9:30 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First, $12.50. 99-MUSIC Sunny Wilkinson: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 1 1 pm & 1 2:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. Live jazz, $5. 662-8310 David Mosher: Cafe Afundi 10 pmmidnight, 304 S. Ashley. Acousticfolk. 665-0770 Friday Dance Jam: People Dancing 10:30pm(see6Fri) 21 Saturday "Toward Understanding" Workshop: American Frtends Service Committee 9 am-5 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S. Forest. Workshop on nonviolent, respectful communication about sexual orientation, $35 sliding scale. Register 761 -8283 Introduction to Macrobiotics: Whole Foods Market 10 am-noon, WCC (cali for location). Cooking demo and information packages, $15. 677-5008 Free Hl VAIDS Testing: HARC 1 0 am2 pm (see 7 Sat) Creative Expression Group: LGBTA 1 pm (see 7 Sat) "The Tafettas": Croswell Opera House 3pm(see16Fri) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 pm (see 1 Sun) Open Jam: Cobblestone Farm Dancers 4-6 pm, Pittsfield Grange, 3337 A2Saline Rd. All levéis of string band musicians nvited. 662-3371 Interfaith Worship Service: Guild House 5:30-6:30 pm (see 7 Sat) Meeting: Lutherans Concerned 6:30 pm, Lord of Light Lutheran Church, 801 S.Forest.Lutherangroupforlesbian.gay, and bisexual people. Scott 663-6954 Buckwheat Zydeco: Prism 7:30 & 1 0:30 pm, Blind Pig, 208 S. First, $14. 99MUSIC Glenda Kirkland: Great Lakes Performing Artist Associates 8 pm, Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Sopranist performs in celebration of Black History Month, $5-$12. 7692999 Third Saturday Contra Dance: Cobblestone Farm Dancers 8 pm, Pittsfield Grange, 3337 A2-Saline Rd. All dances taught, all levéis welcome, $6. 665-8863 International Performing Arts Series: Mich. Union Arts & Programs8 pm, UClub, Mich. Union. Music, dance & other talents representing many cultures of the world. 763-3202 Four Bitchin' Babes: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. With Sally Fingeren, Megon McDonough, Debi Smith and Camille West, $15. 761-1451 "The Taffetas": Croswell Opera House 8 pm (see 20 Fri) "The Man Who Carne To Dinner": P.T.D. Productions8 pm (see 12Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network 8 pm (see 12 Thu) Firebird Balalaika Ensemble: Sweetwaters Cafe 9-11 pm, 123 W. Washington. Music of Russia and Eastern Europe performed on traditional nstruments. 769-2331 Jim Carroll: Prism 9 pm, Magie Stick, 4140 Woodward, Detroit. With guest American Mars, $12.50. 99-MUSIC Superdot: Cale Félix 9-1 1 pm, 204 S. Main. Reggaejazzfrom metro Detroit . 662-8650 Sunny Wilkinson: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 1 1 pm & 1 2:30 am (see 20 Fri) Club Fabulous: LGBTA 10 pm-midnight, Rackham Assembly Hall. Megamix dance party. Smoke, drug & alcohol free. $5 slid.scale 763-4186 22 Sunday Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali fortime (see 1 Sun) Swim Lessons: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team noon (see 1 Sun) Workshop "Toward Understanding": American Friends Service Comrnittee1-5pm (see 21 Sat) Mardi Gras: Whole Foods Market 1 -4 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Entertainment and food tasting. 971-3366 Family Dance Series: A2 Parks & Ree 2-4:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm Barn, 2781 Packard. Learn squares, contras and other dances geared toward families with children, $6individual, $10 families. 975-9059 "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 2 pm (see 1 Sun) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network2&7pm(see12Thu) RussianGerman Classics: A2 Silent Film Society 3 pm, Clarion Hotel, 2900 Jackson Rd. "Strike" (1924) by Sergei Eisenstein, "Destiny" (1921) by Fritz Lang, preceded by 1928 short film "Holdup," $4. 677-1359 PREP-'FelixMendelssohnBartholdy - Felicitous Choral Conductor and Choral Composer": University Musical Society 3 pm, Koessier Library, Mich. League 3rd floor. Lecture in preparation forthe afternoon's performance. 764-2538 "The Taftetas " : Croswell Opera House 3 pm (see 20 Fri) Mendelssohn's "Elijan": University Musical Society 4 pm, Hill Aud. The UMS Choral Union celebrates the glorious sounds of this epic oratorio, $1 0$22. 764-2538 Services for Lesbians, Gay Men & Bisexuals 6 pm (see 1 Sun) Meeting: Ypsilanti Lesbian, Gay Men & Bisexuals' AA 7:30 pm (see 1 Sun) Jay Stielstra: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Country music, $10. 761-1451 Israeli Dancing: Hillel 8-1 0 pm (see 8 Sun) A2 Bluestage: Arbor Brewing Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Gender Explorers: LGBTA 8 pm (see 9 Mon) Jazz Jam Session: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm (see 1 Sun) 23 Monday Support Group for Lesbian, Gay & Bisexual Youth: Ozone House (see 2 Mon) HIV & Recovery: HARC (see 2 Mon) Job Hunters Networking: Soundings 10-11:30 am (see 2 Mon) Beginners Guide to the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 1 1 am (see 1 4 Sat) Women's Support Group: LGBTA 5: 1 5 pm (see 2 Mon) Live Jan: Mondays in Leonardos 7-9 pm (see 2 Mon) Rehearsal: Out Loud Chorus 7:30 pm (see 2 Mon) Interactive Theater: Hille lU-M Housing División 8 pm (see 2 Mon) "Health Care In The USA": Dr. Rob Koliner 8 pm (see 9 Mon) The Bird of Paradise Orchestra 9 pm (see 2 Mon) 24 Tuesday Living With HIV: HARC cali tor time (see 3 Tue) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali for time (see 1 Sun) Searching the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 9:30 am, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Web class 2: engines, metasearch engines and subject directories, $5. Register 327-4550 " Jewish Ñames- A Cultural Code": Frankel Center for Judaic Studies noon, 3040 Frieze Building. Presented by Aharon Demsky of Bar lian University. 769-0500 Habitat for Humanity: Volunteers in ActionH illel 5-8 pm, 1 429 HM. Assist Habitatfor Humanityin building homes for low-income families. 764-6718 Free HIVAIDS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 3 Tue) FrontrunnersWalkers 6:1 5 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) Lesbian Survivor Support Group 6:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Mens Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 3 Tue) Meeting: CASA 7-8:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Tips & Tricks on the Internet A2 District Library 7 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Easy ways to simplify navigation of the World Wide Web, $5. Register 327-4550 Advanced Contra-English Dance: Rocky Road 7-9:45 pm (see 10 Tue) Fellowship of Isis: Magical Education Council of A2 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) - Weekly Meeting: Conservative Minyan 7:30 pm (see 3 Tue) Ellis Paul: The Ark8 pm, 316 S. Main. Singersongwriter, $10. 761-1451 University Symphony Orchestra U-M School of Music 8 pm, Mili Aud. 7640594 "Get Curious wSafety Girl & Butch Curious": CTV Channel 9 9 pm (see 1 0 Tue) Meeting: Sappho Gamma Phi 9 pm (see 3 Tue) Acid Jazz Night with Transmission: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm-1 :30 am (see 10 Tue) 25 Wednesday Living With HIV: HARC cali for time (see 3 Tue) "Dr. Suess On The Loóse": A2 Parks & Ree cali for time (see 4 Wed) Community Singing Workshop: Walk & Squawk Performance Project 2 pm, First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4605 Cass at Forest, Detroit, (see 15 Sun) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 pm (see 1 Sun) Buhrrr Blasts: A2 Parks & Ree 3:305:15 pm (see 4 Wed) Parsha & Pizza: AMI 6-7:15 pm (see 4 Wed) Gay Radio Hour: WCBN 88.3 FM 6 pm (see 4 Wed) Free HIVAIDS Testing: HARC 6-9 pm (see 4 Wed) Support Group tor LGBT Parents: Common Language Bookstore 6:30-7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) Financial Planning Seminar: Common Language Bookstore 7 pm, 215 S. 4th Ave. Seminar emphasizing issues for gay and lesbian couples. 663-0036 Vitamins- Pros and Cons: Whole Foods Market 7-8 pm, Washtenaw Ccvnmunity College (callforlocation), $1 5. 971-3366 Patty Griffin: The Ark 7 & 9:30 pm, 316 S.Main. Folk music, $15. 761-1451 Adult Support Group: Alliance for the Mentally III of Washtenaw County 7:309 pm, St.ClareTemple Beth Emeth Building, 2309 Packard. Support group for relatives with family members with mental illness. 994-661 1 Rosh Hodesh Service: Jewish Women's ForumHillel 7:30 pm, 1429 Hill. Creative, feminist service. 769-0500 Shamanic Journeys: Magical Ed. CouncilolA2 7:30pm(see4Wed) Reform Chavurah: Hillel 7:30 pm (see 4 Wed) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Open Mie Night: Wednesdays in Leonardo's8-10pm,PierpontCommons. Interested performers should arrive at 7:45 to ensure a slot. 764-7544 East Quad Group: LGBTA 9 pm (see 4 Wed) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) 26 Thursday Coffee Hour: SOS Community Services 10 am-noon, Espresso Royale Caffe, 214 S. Main. Bring a friend and meet others for (free) coffee and a discussion about homelessness, hungerand helping. 4858730 "The Vulnerabilities of Gay Youth": LGBTA noon-2 pm, Library Resource Center, 2201 Hogback Rd. Karen Baker, MSW, will discuss why and how gay adolescents are vulnerable and at risk, $5. Reservations 761-7071 Beginner' s Guide to the Web: A2 District Library 3 pm (see 1 1 Wed) Shulchan Ivrit: American Movementfor Israel 5:30 pm (see 5 Thu) FrontrunnersWalkers 6:15 pm & 6:35 pm (see 3 Tue) Positive Women's Group: HIVAIDS Resource Center 6:30-8:30 pm (see 8 Thu) Beginners Guide to the World Wide Web: A2 District Library 7 pm, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Learn the basics of the World Wide Web, how to navigate Netscape and other search skills. 327-4550 IntroductiontoLomkWholeFoodsMarket 7-8:30 pm, Tappan Middle School, E. Stadium. History and demonstraron of the Hawaiian art of Lomi La Hoku. 971-3366 Meeting: Southeast Michigan Naturists Michigan Nude Beach Advocates 7-8 pm, Gypsy Cafe, 214 N. Fourth Ave. Monthly meeting. 475-9198 "Face the Music": WCBN 88.3 FM 7-8 pm (see 5 Thu) "Sexuality & Spirituality": LGBTA 7-8 pm (see 5 Thu) Women's Basketball: LGBTA 7 pm (see 5 Thu) Acoustic Jam: Oz's Music 7:30-9:30 pm, 1920 Packard. With host Michael Northrup. Perform or listen. 662-8283 Solas: The Ark8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. "New" Irish music, $15. 761-1451 Live Jazz: Thursdays in Leonardo's 810 pm (see 5 Thu) "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network8pm(see12Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) Ron Brooks Trio: The Bird of Paradise 9 pm-1 am (see 4 Wed) "Get Curious wSalety Girl & Butch Curious": CTV Channel 9 10 pm (see 10 Tue) 27 Friday Delivering Shabbat Meals: Volunteers in ActionHillel cali for time (see 6 Fri) Swimmers: A2 Queer Aquatics Swim Team cali fortime (see 1 Sun) "Days Off Outdoors": A2 Parks & Ree 8:30 am-5:30 pm, Leslie Science Center, 1831 Traver Rd. For children ages K-5, $30child. Pre-registration is necessary. 662-7802 " No School Days at the Farm ": A2 Parks 6 Ree 8:30 am-5:30 pm, Cobblestone Farm Center, 2781 Packard. Crafts, cookng, stories, and games for children ages K-5, $28chlld. Pre-registration Is necessary. 994-2928 The Art of Midwifery noon-3 pm, 106 E. Liberty. First of 8 classes taught by Pat Kramer and Patty Brennan, $300. Register 663-1523 What's For Dinner?: Whole Foods Market 3-7 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. Cooking demonstraron, food samples and recipes. 971-3366 Paul Klinger's E-Z Street Quintet: Bird of Paradise 5-8 pm (see 6 Fri) Women of Color Support Group: LGBTA 7 pm (see 6 Fri) 11th Annual Storytelling Festival: The Ark 8 pm, 316 S. Main. Weekend festival (thru Sunday, March 1). With Jay O'Callahan, Sheila Kay Adams and Mustard's Retreat, $12.50 . 761-1451 Lisa Hunter: Cafe Anzu 8-10 pm, 1733 Plymouth Rd. Live music. 769-1212 Stephen Aron: Kerrytown Concert House 8 pm, 41 5 N. Fourth Ave. Classical guitar, $5-$1 2. 769-2999 "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network8pm (see12Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Taffetas": Croswell Opera House 8 pm (see 20 Fri) Blue Moon Quartet: Espresso Royale Caffe 9-11 pm, 214 S. Main. Swing & jazz, with violinist James Sneyd. 6681838 David Mosher: Cafe Félix 9-1 1 pm, 304 S. Main. Acoustic folk. 662-8650 Richard Tillinghast & Poignant Plecostomus:CafeZola9-11 pm,112W Washington. Poetry & music. 769-2020 Lori LeFevre: The Bird of Paradise 9:30 pm, 11 pm & 12:30 am, 207 S. Ashley. With Jimmy Lee Trio, $5. 662-8310 Owain Phyfe & the New World Renaissance Band: Cafe Aftindi 10 pm-midnight, 304 S. Ashley. 665-0770 28 Saturday 11th Annual Storytelling Festival: The Ark 9 am-noon, 316 S. Main. Weekend festival, thru March 1. Storytelling & creativity workshop with Jay O'Callahan, $30. Register 761-1800 Free Hl VAIDS Testing: HARC 10 am-2 pm (see 7 Sat) Beginners Guide to the Web: A2 District Library 1 1 am (see 14 Sat) "Likety-Split Meals": Whole Foods Market noon-3 pm, 2398 E. Stadium. With Zonia Foco, author of "Likety-Split Meals: For Health Conscious People On The Go." Book-signing and samples f rom recipes in the book. 971-3366 Creative Expression Group: LGBTA 1 pm (see 7 Sat) "Give Us A Hand": Community Action on Substance Abuse 2-4 pm, A2 District Library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Family program featuring performers with a drug-free message. 327-4525 "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 3 pm (see 1 Sun) Interfaith Worship Service: Guild House 5:30-6:30 pm (see 7 Sat) Saturday Night at the Farm: OLO (Older Lesbians Organizing) 7:30 pm, cali for location. Potluck. 428-8824 Jacob Sacks Quintet: Kenytown Concert House 8 pm, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Jazz, $5-$1 2. 769-2999 11th Annual Storytelling Festival: The Ark 8 pm, 31 6 S. Main. Weekend festival, thru March 1. With Michael Cooney, Bill HarleyandPatriciaVereen-Dixon,$12.50. 761-1451 "Inverted Pyramid": Performance Network8pm(see12Thu) "Julie Johnson": Purple Rose Theatre Company 8 pm (see 1 Sun) "The Taffetas": Croswell Opera House 8 pm (see 20 Fri) Pena WorldBeat: Cafe Félix 9-1 1 pm, 304 S. Main. Tropical Latinjazz. 662-8650 "Salero": Sweetwaters Cafe 9-1 1 pm, 1 23 W. Washington. Flamenco. 769-2331

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