Newsday from New York, New York on February 12, 1983 · 46
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Newsday from New York, New York · 46

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Saturday, February 12, 1983
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Man NhSMmtTa A4 hkw 785-8555 785-9349 COUPOkiGiGi RYMcGONIGLES IRELAND II SunM Fob. 13th-3 P.M, KNIGHTS OFCOLUM8UJ a 1000 Mww Aw., NSW Hyde FW RWiM 914-793-5251 A thoughtful and provocative Journal of opinion. SmAlmy Vpmdajj - ' - - - - Compiled by Shirley Graham TODAY Crafts A Hobbles Flushing Silk flower workshop for Valentines day, 1:30 PM. Queens Botanical Garden, 43-50 Main St.. $20, pre-register, 886-3800. Lectures, Music films & Plays Brookvllle Eglevksy Ballet Company, Premieres, 8 PM, C. W. Post Concert Theater, 314.50-38.50, (516 ) 746-1115. Corona The Dream Keeper Speaks, play, 7:30 PM. Langston Hughes Community Library, 102-09 Northern Blvd., free. Flushing American Brass Quintet, 8:30 PM. Queens College Colden Center, 35-37, Kissena Boulevard, 793-8080. Fresh Meadows Concert by Sri Chinmoy, 7:30 PM, Japanese School of New York, 196-25 Peck Ave., free, 523-2921. Hempstead Six Days in Soweto, talk by Coerge Moffat, PAC member, and Newsdays Les Payne, 2-5 PM, Black History Museum, 106A Main St., free, (516) 538-2274. Manhattan Talk by Danilo Dolcl, "Ghandi of Sicily, 7:30 PM. Quaker Meetinghouse, 15 Rutherford PL. 35. Roosevelt Island The Genevieve Duvall Affair." 8 PM. Main Street Theater. 34, 644-0126. Service Groupn Garden City Adel-phi University financial aid workshop, How to Complete the Financial Form, 10 AM, Harley Center, by reservation, free, (516 ) 663-1120 or (212) 347-9460. Glen Oaks The Bernard Flneson Developmental Center needs volunteers to visit with mentally retarded adults, call Carol Karp, 476-1111, ext. 471, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM. Kings Point Nuclear Freese and Reversing the Arms Race, talk by Colleen Dewhurst, sponsored by Great Neck SANE, 8 PM, 325 person, by reservation (516) 482-1551, 487-1023. New Hyde Park Teenage Pregnancy Clinic provides total health care for pregnant teenagers and young families through Queens Hospital Center, affiliate of Long Island Je wish-Hlllslde Medical Center, clinic hours 8:30 AM-4:30 PM, 990-2300. St. Albans Good Neighbor Civic Association, Helen Wright, Community Planning Board 12 and Gerald Taylor, Queens Citizens Organization, 3-5 PM, St. Albans Congregational Church, Linden Boulevard ft Marne Place. . Social Activities Bayside Encore Marriage, dance social for remarried couples over 39, 8 :30 PM. Jewish Center of Bayside Hills. 48th Avenue & 212th Street, S100 couple, 591-9476. Massapeqoa Screening and interviewing for Miss America contestants, Miss Queens, Miss Kings County, Miss Nassau. Miss Suffolk, 10 AM-6 PM. Sunrise Mall. New Hyde Park Oldies show and Fifties dance. St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital benefit, 9 PM-1 AM. Kismet, 155 Lakeville Rd.. 325, (516) 248-1509. Rosedale Suddenly Single rap, 27-49, 8 PM sharp, members home in Elmont, 32. by reservation. 723-3047. St. Albans Guy Brewer United democratic Club membership square dance, 7:30 PM-midnight, 197-09 Linden Blvd., 810. Woodmere Miriams folk dance party, 8:30 PM, Five Towns Music and Art Foundation, Broadway & Johnson Place. 34. (516) 791-6097. SUNDAY Crafts & Hobbles Seagirt Beach Mod-ern and Jazz dance classes forming for mothers and teenage daughters. noon-1 PM. Gustave Hartman Y. 1800 Seagirt Blvd., 8 sessions 345, 471-9600. Wantagh Nature and bird walk with South Shore Audubon Society, 9:30 AM, Zachs Bay, Field 4. (516) 623-8255. Lectures, Music films A Plays Albertsnn Fireside talk on New Zealand by Elizabeth Sc holts, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1:30-3:30 PM, Clark Garden. 193 I.U. Willets Rd., 33, (516) 621-7568. The Jewish Experience Through Song and Story, by Meyer and Helen Zaremba, 2:30 PM, Shelter Rock Library, 165 Beaiingtown Rd., free. Astoria Organist Jon Rollins in recital to benefit the restoration of the E.M. Skinner organ, 4 PM, Trinity Lutheran Church, 31st Avenue ft 37th Street. Bellerase World Humanist Trends, Ethical Culture Society lecture, 10:30 AM, Eastern Queens YMCA, 238-10 Hillside Ave. Garden City Musical, Cabaret," student production. Malnstage Theater, Nassau Community College, 33, reservations, (516) 222-7676. Big Apple Corps marching and and Stonewall Chorale, 3 PM, Adelphl University Center, benefit for NYS Gay and Lesbian Lobby sponsored by LI Lesbian and Gay Coalition, 37.50. Great Neek Great Neck Symphony Concert, Howard Da Silva nar-, rates Copland A Lin coln Portrait. 7:30 PM, South Senior High School, 310, 35 students, ((516) 621-7766. The Importance of Being Earnest, New Globe Theater, Equity production, 2 PM, Long Island Playhouse. 104 Middleneck Rd.. 310-817.50, (516) 482-0500. Hewlett I Solisti da Camera, 3 PM, Congregation Beth Emeth, 36 Franklin Ave., free, (516) 374-9220. Jamaica "Clau-dine. film, 1 PM, Queens Borough Library, 89-11 Merrick Blvd., Dree. Little Neck Film, The Boat is Full," and discussion with guest lecturer Annette Insdorff, 7 PM, Samuel Field Y. 58-20 Little Neck Pkwy., 34. Oyster Bay New Zurich String Quartet, 2:30 PM. Coe Hall. Planting Fields Arboretum. 37.50. (516) 922-0061. Port Washington Straight Talk About American Education. by Theodore M. Black, retired Chancellor, of New York State Board of Regents, 2 PM, library, 245 Main St. Rockville Ceotre Psychic Pair. 11 AM-5:30 PM. Holiday Inn. 173 Sunrise Hwy., 33 admission, private readings extra. Roosevelt Island The Genevieve Duvall Affair. 2. 8 PM. Main Street Theater. 34, 644-0126. West Hempstead "Middle East Peace, talk by Mitchell Cohen, Democratic Socialists of America, 7 PM, Friedmans, 427 Maren St. Religious Group Forest Hills Jacob's Ladder: The Dilemma of Explaining God to Children and Grandchildren. 10:45 AM, Temple Isaiah, 75-24 Grand Central Pkwy., all faiths welcome, 544-2800. Kew Gardens Sisterhood breakfast, Aging Parents Adult Children." 9:30 AM, Anshe Sholom Jewish Center. 82-52 Abingdon Rd. Massapeqoa Institute for Jewish Learning lecture, "Middle East Update, Emanuel Sivan, 8:15 PM, Congregation Beth El, 99 Jerusalem Ave., 33, 82. Service Groups Bayswater Register now for S.A.T. instruction classes beginning on March 13. 20, April 10, 17, 24 and May 1, Gustave Hannan Y, 710 Hartman Lane, six classes 399, 471-0200. Farest Hills Temple Isaiah Invites the community to give in its annual blood drive, 11 AM-4 PM, 75-24 Grand Central Pkwy., pledge, 544-2800. Jamaica Focus on the Family film, Shaping The Will Without Breaking The Spirit," 1 PM sharp. United Methodist Church, 161-10 High-, . . Cant, on Page 20 DOLBY STEREO

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