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Southfield Public Library Summer Reading Program

June 19 - August 15

All summer programs will be virtual. Log your reading, complete challenges, play games and earn badges when you register at

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Chamber Music Society

June 22 - July 30

The Chamber Music Society ( has an archive of performances that can be viewed. Check out the variety available at any time.

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MOT at Home

July 01 - July 30

While social distancing keeps us at home, turn to Michigan Opera Theatre at Home for online performances, discussions and activities. MOT at Home uses Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to deliver new content every day, including opera and dance fixes, blogs, recordings, fun facts, etc. about opera and dance.

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New Museum Exhibit at Cranbrook Art Museum

July 20 - August 20

Cranbrook Art Museum opened the new exhibition, Shapeshifters: Transformations in Contemporary Art. Featuring more than 70 works from 39 artists drawn from the museum’s permanent collection. The exhibit is in the museum’s upper galleries. Check the website for hours.

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The Tobacconist

July 27 8:00 am - August 07 11:00 pm

The Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival and Detroit Film Theater will show The Tobacconist. Info:

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12:00 pm

Tour Israel

July 28 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Temple Shir Shalom is offering a live, virtual “Secrets of the Desert: The Nabatean Spice Route” tour with Rabbi Daniel Schwartz and Israeli tour guide Beni Levin. Visit Mamshit, Avdat and ancient fortresses where incense and other spices made their way along this path in ancient Israel. To register: or call 248-737-8700.

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7:00 pm

JHS Trivia Night

July 28 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Jewish Historical Society of Michigan holds its second Virtual Trivia Night. Questions will be themed around Michigan’s diverse and fascinating Jewish history. JHSM’s Trivia Night is $10 for members and $18 for non-members. Attendees should register by 9 pm on July 27. For information, contact Kara Schuchman at

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7:30 pm

Renagade Rabbis

July 28 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Cohn-Haddow Center Director Professor Howard Lupovitch will be teaching a lecture series in July titled "Renegade Rabbis." He will "examine four rabbis who were condemned as renegades but whose ideas reshaped what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century." The lectures will take place via Zoom. 7:30pm - 8:30pm. To register:

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