The calendar is prepared by Fifth Estate calendar girls Karen Kovac and Naiomi Epil with cooperation from Detroit Adventure. Copy deadline is the 6th and 22nd of each month and should be sent to the Fifth Estate, Calendar, 1107 W. Warren, Detroit, Michigan 48201.
Sat the 1st
CONCERT—Meadow Brook Music Festival. Detroit Symphony with Sixten Ehrling. Oakland Univ. 8:30 Adm. 338-7211, ext. 2301. 7/1
ART COMPETITION—Children’s Art Competition in connection with the Annual Freedom Festival. First Federal Bldg. 9:00-6:00 7/1
ART FAIR—oil, watercolor, litho, sculpture and craft. Also, special exhibition of prehistoric artifacts of Leonard Kroom. Lafayette Towers Shopping Center, 1553 E. Lafayette. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. 7/1-2
Sun. the 2nd
FRISBE TOURNAMENT—Thin little disks you throw around are the object of this festivity. Eagel Harbor, Michigan, July 2
GALLERY TOUR—Arts of India and Nepal. Art Institute. 2:00 Every Sunday 7/2
FILMS—”The Delhi Way” and “The Sword and the Flute,” in connection with exhibition on Arts of India and Nepal. Art Institute. 3:00 7/2
CONCERT—Meadow Brook Music Festival. Detroit Symphony with Sixten Ehrling. Oakland Univ. 6:30 Adm. 338-7211 ext. 2301. 7/2
TOUR—Tour of Detroit Main Library, beginning at Cass lobby of library at 1:00 and 2:00. Every Monday. 7/2
ART COMPETITION—See above, July 1. 7/3
Wed. the 4th
TEA PARTY—Trans-Love is protesting marijuana laws again. Come down and dump tea into the Detroit River. Call Trans-Love for info. July 4.
PROGRAM—”Let Freedom Ring Ceremony” a colorful, patriotic pageant. Henry Ford Museum grounds. 12:00 noon. 7/4
INDEPENDENCE DAY—Celebrate your freedoms. Even these may not be allowed next year. 7/4
LECTURE—”Two Views of the World: Paintings of the Mughal and Rajput Courts,” by Walter M. Spink, Ass. Prof. of Art History at U.M. In connection with current exhibition. Holley Rm., South Wing, Art Institute.
Fri. the 6th
GALLERY TALK—”Age of Wood and Iron,” Harvey Versteeg, Acting Curator, Detroit Historical Museum. 3:00 7/6
TOUR—Tour of Detroit Police Department, leaving from MacKenzie Hall, WSU, at 1:00. Must show current WSU identification. 7/6
Sat. the 7th
PLAY—Edward Albee’s THE ZOO STORY and Leroi Jones’ THE DUTCHMAN. Benefit for People Against Racism. The Concept East Theater, 401 East Adams. 8:00 p.m. Admission $2.50. Tickets can be obtained by calling the PAR office, 962-3855. 7/7
DEMONSTRATION And lecture on modern dance. WSU Community Arts. 12:00 to 1:00 7/7
FILMS—An Evening with Chaplin: “The Cure,” “The Rink,” “Easy Street” “The Floorwalker.” Rackham Auditorium. Adm. Student Rate. 8:30.
CONCERT—Fourth Annual Summer Concert Series. Malcolm Frager, pianist. Rackham Aud. in Ann Arbor. 8:30 Adm. 7/7
Sun. the 8th
PLAY—Laurence Claine’s DARK NIGHTS, ANGRY FACES. Benefit for People Against Racism. the Concept East Theater, 401 East Adams. 8:00 p.m. Admission $2.50. Tickets can be obtained by calling the PAR office 962-3855. 7/8
Tues. the 9th
WORKSHOP—Creative Workshop begins this week. Children make different things every week. Children’ s Museum. 2:30 Reservations. 873-2670. 7/9
CONCERT—Monique Haas, pianist. Rackham Aud. in Ann Arbor. 8:30 Adm. 7/9
Tues. the 10th
GALLERY TOUR—General Museum Tour, every Tuesday. Detroit Historical Museum. 2:00 7/10
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM—”Start a Hobby,” a different hobby every week. Children’s Museum 2:30 Reservations, 873-2670. 7/ 10
Wed. the 11th
CONCERT—Rackham Anniversary Chamber Series. The Stanley Quartet of U of M. Engineering Society Auditorium. 100 Farnsworth. 8:30 Adm. 7/11
TOUR—Tour of Ford Rouge plant. Start from WSU MacKenzie Hall, 1:00. Must show current WSU identification. 7/11
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM—”Games from Many Lands,” games from different countries every week. Children’s Museum. 2:30. Reservations. 873-2670. 7/11
Thurs. the 12th
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM—”Indian Lore,” different topic each week. Children’s Museum. 2:30. Reservations. 873-2670. 7/12
GALLERY TALK—”Why the Streets of Detroit Exhibit,” Henry D. Brown, Director, Detroit Historical Museum. 3:00 7/12
BAND CONCERT—WSU Mall, 12:30. Concert and orchestra at 8:00 7/12
Friday the 13th
FILM—”Genevieve,” 1953 British comedy with Kay Kendall. Rackham Aud. 80 Farnsworth. 8:30 Adm. Student rates. 7/13
CHILDREN’S PROGRAM—”Sidewalk Art,” different topic each week. Children’s Museum. Reservations. 873-2670 7/13
FILM—”Mirage,” WSU Community Arts. 1:30 and 8:00 7/13
PLAY—Detroit Summer Theatre. FUNNY GIRL. Det. Inst. of Arts Aud. Tues. Sat. at 8:30 p.m.; Sun. at 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat. Matinee at 2 p.m. Adm. chg. Tickets at J.L. Hudson ticket offices and DIA. Info: 832-2730.
CONCERT—Meadowbrook Music Festival. Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Hiroyuki Iwaki guest conducting. Soloist: Jane Marsh, soprano: Baldwin Pavilion, Oakland Univ. Thurs., Fri., Sat. at 8:30 p.m.; Sun. at 6:30 p.m. Adm. chg. Ticket info: 338-7211, ext. 2301 7/13-16
ONCE UPON A SONG, popular sheet music, 1890 1930. Adam Strohm Hall, 3rd flr., Det. Main. Lib. Mon.-Thurs., 9 a.m. 9 p.m.; Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 7/1-10
THE GOOD HUMOR MEN, books by great cartoonists. Fine Arts Corridor, 3rd flr., Det. Main Lib. Mon. Thurs., 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 7/1-13
PLAY—Detroit Adventure Event Of The Month. 1967 American Drama Festival. Daly’s UNDER THE GASLIGHT, Greenfield Village Players. Henry Ford Museum Theater. 8:30 p.m. Adm. chg. 7/7-27
LIVING END: Mondays the Seventh Seal. Phil Marcus Esser through July 16. Age limit. Adm.
CHESSMATE: Terry Knight and his New Review, July 13-17.
RAVEN: Josh White Jr., July 4-23.
PLAY—Simon’s THE ODD COUPLE, starring George Gobel and Phil Foster. Fisher Theatre. Mon.-Sat. at 7:30 p.m. matinee Fri-2 p.m. and Sat. at 2:30 p.m. Adm. chg. Tickets at J.L. Hudson ticket offices and DIA. Info: 832-2730. 7/4″- 9
WEST SIDE STORY: Leonard Bernstein’s musical comes to downtown Detroit. Art Institute, July 4-9 Adm.
INTERNATIONAL FREEDOM FESTIVAL. Harmonie park Artists Market Fair, Plum Street. Old World Flea Market and Adventure in Greektown.
CONCERT. MEADOWBROOK MUSIC FESTIVAL. Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Sixten Ehrling conducting. Soloist: James Oliver Buswell IV, violinist. Baldwin Pavilion, Oakland Univ. Thurs., Fri., Sat. at 8:30 p.m.; Sun. at 6:30 p.m. Adm. chg. Tickets info: 338-7211, ext. 2301.