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Horse N Around Stables is excited to offer horseback trail rides at Waterloo rec this summer. We open Memorial weekend (Friday) and every weekend this summer including holiday Mondays. Visit our website listed for more info or just call to make a reservation. Age 6 & over only.
Waterloo Rec, 12891 Trist Road in Grass Lake. $35/hr. ($25 per half hour; group discounts available). 734-637-4457. email@example.com horsenaroundstablesatwaterloo.com [map]
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Every Sun. June 3: “Dundee Ride.” Fast/moderate-paced 70-mile ride (995-2944) on flat roads south of town to Cabela's in Dundee. June 10: “Dansville Ride.” Fast-paced 100-mile ride (476-4944, 663-4075) to Dansville for lunch. Also, a moderate-paced 60-mile ride to the same destination leaves at 9 a.m. from Pierce's Pastries Plus, 103 Middle St., Chelsea.June 17: “Father’s Day Democratic Ride.” Pace and destination are determined by the assembled riders. June 24: “Go to Hell and Back.” Fast/moderate-paced 60-mile (995-2944) ride to Hell (MI). Also, a slow-paced 40-mile to the same destination leaves at 10 a.m. from the gazebo in downtown Dexter..
9 a.m. (8 a.m. on June 10), meet at Wheeler Park, N. Fourth Ave. at Depot St. Free. 904-6431. [map]
Display of vintage and homemade planes and antique cars. Also, a chance to try a helicopter flight (around $50). Kids activities include an Awesome Bounce, pedal planes, and face painting. Pancake breakfast ($5) available.
8 a.m.-noon, Ann Arbor Airport Corporate Hangar (next to the tower), 801 Airport Dr. (off S. State just south of I-94). Free. eaa333.org. [map]
Kids and adults compete in riding English, western, and halter events. (English and western are 2 styles of riding; halter is a showmnanship event, without riding.) Concessions. Note: New location.
8 a.m.–about 7 p.m. (races & games begin around 3 p.m. and last until around 6 p.m.), Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor–Saline Rd., Saline. Free admission. 645-4918. [map]
All invited to compete in a triathlon (half-mile swim, 16-mile bike race, and 5-mile run) or duathlon (16-mile bike race sandwiched between 2- and 5-mile runs). Also, a less challenging “Waterloo Too” triathlon (quarter-mile swim, 11-mile bike race, 2.5-mile run). Awards.
8 a.m., Portage Lake Beach, List Rd. at Seymour Rd., west off Mount Hope Rd. north from I-94 exit 150, Waterloo Recreation Area, Chelsea. Entry fees: $75 by June 8 (or until full), $87 afterward (if available). $10 discount for USA Triathlon members. Entry forms available at eliteendeavors.com. $10 annual vehicle entry fee. (419) 829–2398.
Guest naturalist Dan Sparks-Jackson leads a hike to look for bird species nesting in the preserve.
8-10:30 a.m., Brauer Preserve, Parker Rd. just south of Waters Rd., Freedom Twp. Free. 971-6337, ext. 334.
Every Mon. Slow-paced ride, 15-35 miles, along dirt and gravel roads to Independence Lake and other low traffic destinations.
9 a.m. (Apr. & May) & 8 a.m. (June-Aug.), meet at 960 Forest Rd. off Country Club Dr., Barton Hills. Free. 663-5060.
Depot Town Flea Market is Sunday's 8:30a.m. - 4p.m. and every Sunday May - Oct.Antique's Collectibles and Misc.Wide variety of stuff, different vendors weekly.Come on down and shop with us. For vendor info contact.734-340-4241
Depot Town Flea Market, 100 Market Place, Ypsilanti. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com http://www.facebook.com/pages/Depot-Town-Flea-Market-Hosted-by-Kims-Resales/217748334932726 [map]
5-km run and walk over a paved trail. Prizes awarded to top 3 men, women, and youth age 17 & under. A benefit for Re-Member, a nonprofit that works with the Oglala Lakota Indians of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
9 a.m. (registration begins at 7:45 a.m.), Hudson Mills Metropark Oak Meadows Picnic Area, 8801 North Territorial Rd. (between Dexter-Pinckney Rd. & Huron River Dr.), Dexter. $25 (youth age 15 & under, $15) by June 3, $30 (youth age 15 & under, $20) after June 3. Entry includes park vehicle entry fee. Preregistration available at re‐member.org/events.aspx Lunch ($7.50) available. 277-4647. [map]
June 9 & 10. Also, bake sale. Light lunch available.
8 a.m.-6 p.m. (June 9) & 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (June 10), St. Andrew’s, 7610 Ann Arbor St., Dexter. Free. 426-8610. [map]
Tour de Kids returns on Sunday, June 10th, 2012 with more kids, more fun, more bike racing, more family activities, and a Festival filled with arts and crafts, food, and music. The Tour begins at 9am.The location of the event is downtown Ann Arbor at South University and East University.Visit http://tourdekids.org/ for more information.
Ann Arbor, South University. 734.971.2121. firstname.lastname@example.org http://tourdekids.org/
Boys and girls ages 3-12 are invited to compete in this popular kids bike race through the streets of downtown Ann Arbor. Course lengths vary from 50 meters to 2 miles, with riders grouped by gender and age. The “Parent Dash for Cash” features parents racing on their kids’ trikes or on “itty bitty bikes.” Also, a race for kids with any kind of disability. Medals, pizza, pop, and T-shirts to all finishers. Live music by local kid musicians. Crafts and food. Helmets required.
9 a.m.-3 p.m., South University at East University. $10 (families, $20). Preregistration recommended at tourdekids.org.
From backache to headaches and depression, menstrual irregularities, obesity, high and low blood pressure, pregnancy, urinary system disorders, to varicose veins, special applications of Medical Yoga Therapy and Meditation will be covered as relevant to participants. You will learn easy-to-do yet powerful practices that heal as put together and published by medical doctors that have devoted their lives to the holistic Satyananda yoga tradition. This knowledge and practices are available ONLY at Ann Arbor Yoga and Meditation. We belong to the holistic and medicinal Satyananda Yoga lineage started by our grandfather guru Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh who was a medical doctor before he fully renounced from the world.Please, register today at www.YogaAndMeditation.comYoga Therapy Workshops – Saturdays 2:00 to 4:00 pm1-Day Retreats in Ann Arbor - Sundays – 9:30 am to 3:30 pm2 DAY SEMINARS: Saturday - 2:00 to 4:00 pm & Sunday - 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Ann Arbor Yoga and Meditation. Saturday: $69 ; Sunday: $150 including lunch/$100 for Half-Day. EmaStefanova@cs.com http://www.yogaandmeditation.com
Unique Craft & Vendor Show featuring a variety of hand-crafted items and also vendor items. Some of those participating are: Scentsy, Stella & Dot, Velata, Slumber Parties by Jen, Hair You Are, Origami Owl, Pure Romance, Tupperware, Mary Kay, Thirty-One, Canny Fanny Creations and more. Additional items will be donated by vendors and crafters to be raffled off with all proceeds being donated to a local charity.
Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Rd. $3. 734-426-1531. email@example.com littleshoppevents.com [map]
Craft & Vendor Show featuring local crafters and vendors. Hours are 10-4 and will be held at the beautiful Weber's Inn on Jackson Rd., Ann Arbor. Free Admission. Come and join us for a great variety and selection of products for you, your family and your home.
Weber's Inn, 3050 Jackson Road. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org. email@example.com www.littleshoppeevents.com [map]
June 9 & 10. A celebration of local, organic, low-impact eco-friendly living with a variety of talks, workshops, displays and demos, along with green home tours and live energy audits. Dancing to live music by a variety of top local acts, including Mr. B, Vienna Teng, Appleseed Collective, Tim Haldeman Trio, Homegrown, and FUBAR. Food carts with local food.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. (June 9) & 11 a.m.-4 p.m. (June 10), 700 block of Fountain St. Free. Missionzerofest.org. [map]
Juried market that features local handmade arts and crafts. Also, a dog-themed storytime, a dog fashion show, and free Italian ice for dads.
11 a.m.-4 p.m., Farmers’ Market, Kerrytown. Free admission. 913-9622. [map]
Every Sun. All invited to a very relaxed pickup game of this spirited team sport played with a flying disc. Note: Overly competitive players are politely asked to leave.
11:15 a.m., Mitchell Field, Fuller Rd. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org, 846-9418.
Join HSHV for a special KITTEN adoption event. Over 100 adorable kittens are ready for adoption now. Sunday, June 10thNoon to 6 PMAdopt one kitten and get the 2nd kitten FREE.
Humane Society of Huron Valley, 3100 Cherry Hill Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105. Free. (734) 662-5585. email@example.com www.hshv.org [map]
All invited to shoot handguns at bowling pins. Bring your own gun and ammunition. TCSL also sponsors military rifle shoots ($15, 10 a.m.-noon) on June 16, July 21, & Aug. 18.
Noon-5 p.m., TCSL, 8640 Moon (between E. Michigan & Willis Rd.), Saline. $5 per 20-shot round. 429-9561. [map]
June 9 & 10. Bubble activities, including bubble blowing, freezing bubbles with dry ice, popping bubble wrap, and more. Also, performances by Ron Loyd, aka “The Bubble Man” (1 & 3 p.m.).
10 a.m.-4 p.m. (June 9) & noon-4 p.m. (June 10), AAHOM, 220 E. Ann. $10 regular admission (members & infants, free). 995-5439. [map]
Preschool (12:30-1:45 p.m.) and older (2:15-4:15 p.m.) gymnastics students showcase the skills they’ve learned throughout the school year. This year’s theme is “The Olympics.”
12:30 p.m., U-M Cliff Keen Arena, Hoover at S. State. $6 (students & seniors, $4; kids age 5 & under, free) in advance; cost TBA at the door. 971-1667.
Every Fri.-Sun., June 1-Sept. 2. Costumed guides lead tours of the 10-room artifact-filled farmhouse and its outbuildings, including a recently refurbished blacksmith’s workshop. Also, on June 2 & 3 only, “Wetplates at Waterloo,” demonstrations by Wayne photographer Greg Schultz who uses a Victorian-era camera to photograph costumed volunteers and develops the photos on site using the wet plate process. Note: the wet plate process requires fair weather. Demonstrations canceled if weather is inclement.
1-5 p.m., Waterloo Area Farm Museum, 9998 Waterloo-Munith Rd. (left off Clear Lake Rd. 5 miles north from I-94 exit 153), Waterloo Recreation Area, Chelsea. $5 (kids ages 5-12, $2). (517) 596-2254. [map]
Matthaei and MSU staff members discuss Michigan’s only venomous snake, which can be found on the Matthaei property. Followed by a hike, if the weather’s nice.
1-4 p.m., Matthaei, 1800 N. Dixboro. Free. 647-7600. [map]
(John Madden, 2011). Comedy about British retirees who decide to move to a less expensive retirement community in India. Stars Judi Dench, Bill Nighy, & Maggie Smith.
Michigan Theater. Tickets: $10 (children under 12, students with ID, seniors age 55 & older, & U.S. veterans, $8; MTF members, $7.50; films before 6 p.m., $7). 668-TIME, michtheater.org. [map]
“Sensory friendly” screening of children’s movies, with the lights up and the sound down, for families with special needs kids. Also, kids are allowed to walk around and make noise during the show. Mar. 11: Puss in Boots, an animated adventure prequel about the cat from Shrek. May 13: The Muppets, a musical comedy in which the Muppets must save their theatre from a greedy oil tycoon. June 10: Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer, a comedy about a third-grader whose exciting summer vacation plans are upset when she must spend it with an aunt. .
1:15 p.m., SDL Brecon Room, 555 N. Maple, Saline. Free. 429-5450. [map]
CDC invites you to join us for a splendid afternoon garden party to celebrate 40 years of growing a stronger community one child at a time. There will be finger foods, family friendly activities and a raffle to benefit CDC scholarships for families.
Community Day Care & Preschool, 1611 Westminster Place. Free. (734) 761-7101. www.communitydaycareinc.org [map]
Every Sat. & Sun. Four different audiovisual planetarium shows. The Sky Tonight (11:30 a.m. Sat., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m. Sat. & Sun.) is an exploration of the current night sky. Larry Cat in Space (12:30 p.m. Sat.) is a playful cartoon about an inquisitive cat that learns more than it wanted to know about life in space when it stows away on a shuttle to be with its owner, a female scientist on her way to the Moon. Expanded View (Sat. 2:30 p.m.) is an exploration of deep space objects through the eyes of the Hubble, Spitzer, and Chandra space telescopes, each of which operates in different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Origins of Life (2:30 p.m. Sun.) is an audiovisual show about the prebiotic chemistry of the Universe after the Big Bang, the formation of the stars and solar systems, the first life on Earth, the great extinctions, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
11:30 a.m. & 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, & 3:30 p.m., U-M Natural History Museum, 1109 Geddes at North University. $5. 764–0478. [map]
(George Hill 1973). When two small-time con men stumble into serious crime, it’s all they can do to stay a step ahead. Paul Newman, Robert Redford.
1:30 p.m. (June 10) & 7 p.m. (June 12), Michigan Theater. $10 (children under 12, students with ID, seniors age 55 & older, & U.S. veterans, $8; MTF members, $7.50; films before 6 p.m., $7). 668-TIME. [map]
All experienced English country dancers invited. With music by Childgrove. Followed by a potluck dinner.
2-5:30 p.m., 4531 Concourse Dr. (off S. State across from the airport).$10. (248) 288-4737. [map]
The authors of the book mentioned in the title above stress that "relatioship talk" just does not help. Their emphasis for relationship happiness is on learning to connect without words. Carole will stress the importance of communicating with and without words.She will demonstrate a dialogue process that can help you communicate in an improved way as well as give some guidance about connecting without words.Come discover multiple ways to connect!
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, 114 South Main. Free. 734-424-2797. firstname.lastname@example.org therapy4couples.com [map]
How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking Abut It: Finding Love Beyone Words is an interesting book by Pat Love and Steve Stosny. Their contention is that "relationship talk" just does not help. Their emphasis for relatinship happiness is on learning to connect without words.Carole will present some of the ideas and insights from the book. She will stress the importance of communicationg with and without words. The book refers primarily to heterosexual couples; however, it has relevance for Lesbian & Gay couples as well as for other significant relationships. In every relationship, there is generally one person who wants to talk about eerything & the other is more reluctant to talk and share feelings and concerns.EVERYONE WELCOME!While FREE, please call to register.
Crazy Wisdom Bookstore, 114 S. Main Street. Free. 734-424-2797. email@example.com www.therapy4couples.com [map]
Apr. 14, 22, & 29, May 6, 12, & 20, June 3 & 10. Apr. 14 (8 p.m.): “Night of the Amphibians.” WNHA naturalist Tom Hodgson discusses and displays live frogs, toads, and salamanders and leads a night walk to a nearby spring pond to look and listen for them. Bring a flashlight, dress for the weather, and be prepared to get your feet wet. Apr. 22: “Strange Creatures of the Spring Pond.” WNHA naturalist Tom Hodgson discusses little-known pond creatures like the delicate fairy shrimp and fierce diving beetles and shows how to “pour a pond” for yourself. Apr. 29: “Animals from Around the World.” Animals Encountered animal handler Larry Grudt presents a hands-on introduction to the adaptations that enable a variety of animals to survive in their different environments.May 6: “Michigan's Rattler.” DNR wildlife biologist Kristin Bissell displays a live Massasauga rattlesnake and discusses its biology, habitat, and behaviors. May 12 (1:30-3 p.m.): "Incredible Edibles" WNHA wild foods expert Tom Jameson leads a 90-minute hike to learn about edible wild plants available locally and then prepares some wild food dishes (with recipes) to sample. May 20: “Furry and Feathered Friends.” Howell Nature Center staff display and discuss a variety of live Michigan birds and mammals.June 3: “Rockhound Basics.” Geologist Larry Bean leads rock hounds to a closed gravel pit to learn about rocks and minerals you can find there and what they reveal about ancient Michigan. June 10: “Nature’s Tank: The Turtle.” WNHA naturalist Tom Hodgson shows some live turtles and discusses their biology and life cycles, and what to do when you encounter them in the wild.
2 p.m. (unless otherwise noted), Eddy Discovery Center lower parking lot (unless otherwise noted), Bush Rd. (west off Pierce Rd. from I-94 exit 157), Chelsea. $2 (families, $5). Space limited; preregistration required. $10 annual vehicle entrance fee. 475–3170.
June 9 & 10. Area dance students perform ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and other dance styles.
2 p.m. (June 9 & 10) & 6 p.m. (June 9), Chelsea High School auditorium, 740 N. Freer, Chelsea. Tickets $15 in advance; $17 at the door. 424-2626. [map]
Every Sunday. Zingerman’s cheesemaker Josh Minor leads a tour of the facility where Zingerman’s cheeses are made.
2 p.m., Zingerman’s Creamery, 3723 Plaza Dr. $5 (includes a $5 coupon for the Creamery cheese shop). 929-0500. [map]
U-M jazz pianist Ellen Rowe leads her trio in a lecture-concert that focuses on their arrangements of standards from the 1930s and 40s. With bassist Paul Keller and drummer Pete Siers.
2 p.m., KCH, 415 N. Fourth Ave. $10-$25 (students, $5). Reservations recommended. 769-2999. [map]
June 10 & 24. Docent-led tour, with audience participation, of highlights of UMMA collections.
2 p.m. UMMA, 525 S. State. Free. 763-UMMA. [map]
June 7-10. Rachel Francisco directs local actors in Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning musical about a deranged London barber who kills his customers and has them served up in meat pies. Based on supposed actual events in 19th-century England, Sondheim’s black comedy is a tale of thwarted love, social injustice, and a quest for vengeance that finally destroys the avenger. The operatic score ranges from a haunting choral narrative to dazzlingly melodic arias and duets. Cast: Matt Peckham, Richard Knapp, Amy Bogetto-Weinraub, Trisha Fountain, Chris Potter, Robby Griswold, Camila Ballario, Paul Clark Ellington Berg, Chris Shewchenko, David Beaulieu.
8 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 911 North University. Tickets $22 (seniors age 60 & over, $20; students, $12; Thurs., $17) in advance at a2ct.org & by phone, and at the door. 971-2228. [map]
Every Sat. & Sun. through July 1. Hands-on 20-minute demo about how DNA is extracted and how museum scientists use it to aid in the conservation of species and learn about evolutionary history.
11 a.m. (Sat.) & 3 p.m. (Sat. & Sun.), U-M Natural History Museum, 1109 Geddes at North University. Free. 764-0478. [map]
This festive barbecue blowout fundraiser features food, fun, and entertainment for all ages. Grilled sausages, chicken, and vegetables, plus salads and desserts. Beer and wine available. Live music includes the local rockabilly, blues, rock ’n’ roll, and honky-tonk band George Bedard & the Kingpins, the popular local acoustic quartet The Appleseed Collective, and the local acoustic string jam quintet Back Forty. Also, kids activities, mini-massages, and a silent auction of food-related items. Rain or shine.
3-8 p.m., Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor–Saline Rd. Tickets $50 (kids ages 3-13, $10) in advance, $60 (kids ages 3-13, $10) at the gate. 761–2796. [map]
AADL retired music specialist Richard LeSueur discusses (with musical examples) recordings of the popular Puccini opera, which Arbor Opera Theater performs later this month (see June 14 listing).
3-4:30 p.m., AADL Freespace (3rd floor), 343 S. Fifth Ave. at William. Free. 327-4555. [map]
Every Thurs.-Sun, May 20-June 10. This Dexter-based professional company presents Dan Goggin’s wacky musical about a convent in crisis. A cadre of bingo-playing nuns returns to the convent to find that 52 of their sisters have been killed by tainted soup. After burying only 48, the sisters run out of money and decide to whip up a talent show to raise cash and finish the job. Hidden talent emerges as the nuns show off some soft shoe, storytelling, and singing of such songs as “Just a Coupl'a Sisters,” “Holier than Thou,” “So You Want to Be a Nun,” and others. Cast TBA.
7 p.m. (Thurs.), 8 p.m. (Fri. & Sat.), & 3 p.m. (Sat., Sun., & June 7), Encore, 3126 Broad St., Dexter. $18 on Thurs., $32 (members & seniors, $29; groups of 10 or more, $26) on Fri. & Sat. eve., & $28 (members & seniors, $25; groups of 10 or more, $22) for matinees. Tickets available at theencoretheatre.org and at the door. 268-6200. [map]
Local arts educator and sculptor Marcia Polenberg discusses the current exhibit of her work.
3 p.m., Clay Gallery, 335 S. Main. Free. 662-7927. [map]
(Richard Linklater, 2011). Dark comedy about the 1996 murder of an 81-year-old Texas millionaire by her much younger gay companion. Stars Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine, Matthew McConaughey.
Michigan Theater. Tickets $10 (children under 12, students with ID, seniors age 55 & older, & U.S. veterans, $8; MTF members, $7.50; films before 6 p.m., $7). 668-TIME, michtheater.org. [map]
All invited to join a discussion of Josh Kilmer-Purcell’s novel about a young gay wannabe TV star who sets off on a rollicking (and ultimately disappointing) quest for fame in AIDS-rattled 1980s New York and L.A.
4:30-7 p.m., Jim Toy Community Center, 325 Braun Ct. Free. 763-4168. [map]
June 8-10. This year’s summer film series features films directed by Tai Kato. Japanese, subtitles. June 8: “Tokijiro of Kutsukake—Lone Yakuza” (Tai Kato, 1966). A widow and her son have no one to care for them until her husband’s killer attempts to fill the void. 7 p.m.June 9: “Red Peony Gambler: Flower Cards Match” (Tai Kato, 1969). The 3rd in Kato’s 8-film yakuza series about a woman named Ryu who’s caught between rival gangs. 5 p.m. “Red Peony Gambler: Red Peony Finds a Daughter” (Tai Kato, 1970). The 6th film in the series tells the story of Ryu’s journey to Tokyo to search for a lost girl who’s been seen in the entertainment district. 8 p.m.June 10: “Brave Records of the Sanada Clan” (Tai Kato, 1963). Comedy-fantasy, set during the Edo period, about 2 famed ninjas and the historical 1615 siege of Osaka Castle. The film operates as commentary on the 1960s Japanese student movements. 5 p.m. “Blood of Revenge” (Tai Kato, 1965). Set in 1907 Osaka, this drama features a mob boss and his clan who attempt to leave behind their criminal ways, but past connections and old enemies lead them back to violence. 8 p.m. .
Various times, Angell Hall Auditorium A (enter through the doors facing the Diag). Free. 764-6307. [map]
Every Sun. All invited to try this boisterous, jingly English ceremonial dance based on the 15th-century Spanish moresca. Wear athletic shoes.
6-8 p.m., outside Burton Tower. Free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm. 747-8138.
June 7-10, 14-17, & 21-24.U-M Residential College drama lecturer Kate Mendeloff directs students and local actors in Shakespeare’s high-spirited farce, which features Shakespeare’s best-loved comic character, the charming yet roguish knight Falstaff, who schemes to charm his way into the hearts and purses of 2 ladies who decide to beat the portly braggart at his own game. The action moves from spot to spot within the Arb, and director Mendeloff takes special care to make the shifting environments an active force in the performance. Bring a blanket or portable chair to sit on; dress for the weather. Note: Space limited; come early. Tickets go on sale at 5:30 p.m., but the line for tickets starts forming at 4:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m., meet at the Peony Garden entrance at 1610 Washington Heights. $20 (students with ID & youth age 18 & under, $10; seniors age 62 & older, $17; Friends of Matthaei Botanical Gardens & Nichols Arboretum, $15; kids under age 5, free) at the gate only. Limited number of golf carts available; first come, first served. 647-7600.
A varied program with ensembles featuring U-M flute professor Amy Porter, DSO bass trombonist Randall Hawes, baritone Alan Gibson, mezzo-soprano Deborah Friauff, pianist Kathryn Goodson, and others. The program includes music by Bach, Handel, Mozart, and others, with an opening performance by the Northside Community Church Bell Choir, directed by Sheree Clark. Proceeds benefit the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church breakfast program. Reception follows.
7 p.m., Northside Community Church, 929 Barton Dr. Donation. 662-6351. [map]
Every Mon. Slow-paced “no-drop” ride, 12-18 miles, to Dexter, with a possible stop for ice cream. A good rise for beginners. Basic repair tips offered at 6:30 p.m.
7 p.m. sharp, 610 Brierwood Ct. (off Arborview east of Westwood from Dexter). Free. 945-4133. [map]
Traditional klezmer music by this Lansing quintet that recently released its debut CD, Gut Morgn!
7:30 p.m., The Ark, 316 S. Main. Tickets $15 in advance at Herb David Guitar Studio, the Michigan Union Ticket Office (mutotix.com), and theark.org; and at the door. To charge by phone, call 763-TKTS. [map]
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