TODAY 10.09.08

Designing the Voting Experience and Information in Everyday Life: Penny Stamps Lecture by Cheyenne Medina and Gretchen Schulfer
5 p.m.
At the Michigan Theater
Free

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot Presented by UM Basement Arts
7 p.m.
At the Walgreen Drama Center Studio 1
Free

Ann Packer Novelist Signing
7 p.m.
At the Ann Arbor District Library Multipurpose Room
Free

TOMORROW 10.10.08

Honolulu- and Manila-based poet and novelist Zamora Linmark: How I went to the Philippines to Research for a Novel and Ended Up Swimming in My Sardine Can of Worms
Noon
At the International Institute (1080 South University)
Free

Cardinals and Courtesans: Secular Music in Rome Around 1500 Lecture by University of California-Santa Barbara Musicology Professor William Prizer
At 506 Burton Memorial Tower
Free

The Disgruntled Clown at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase
8 p.m.
At the old VFW Hall (Below Seva)
$10

SATURDAY 10.11.08

Polenta Demonstration and Tasting
3 p.m.
At Morgan & York
Free

How the Other Half Loves Performance)
8 p.m.
At Blackbird Theatre (1600 Pauline)
$20 / $10 with student ID

Madmen and Specialists Presented by the UM Theatre Department
8 p.m.
At Walgreen Drama Center’s Arthur Miller Theatre
$9 with student ID

SUNDAY 10.12.08

The Ann Arbor Record and CD Show (A music fair featuring more than 50 dealers from half a dozen states selling rare and collectible used records and CDs)
10 a.m.
At Weber’s Inn (3050 Jackson Rd)
$3

Fall Harvest: An 1850s Living History Celebration (Featuring Costumed Interpreters Cooking on the Woodstove and Making Other Traditional Autumn Preparations)
Noon
At Cobblestone Farm (2781 Packard)
Suggested $5 Donation

Dendrobiums: Talk by California Orchid Expert Gerardus Stall (Includes an orchid show-and-tell, orchid sales, a silent auction)
At UM Matthaei Botanical Gardens Auditorium (1800 N. Dixboro)
Free

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