City Calendar: 2/5 to 2/11/07

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DOWNTOWN: The Pittsburgh chapter of Coalition of Labor Union Women presents a free informational session on predatory lending, "Are You the Victim of a Predator?" at 6:30 p.m. at the United Steelworkers Building, lobby conference room, 60 Blvd. of the Allies. Speaker is Daniel Friedson, assistant professor of law and director of the University of Pittsburgh's Community Economic Development Law Clinic. For details, call 412-386-4530.

OAKLAND: Cheryl J. Greenberg, the Raether Distinguished Professor in the history department at Trinity College in Connecticut, lectures on "The Politics of Black-Jewish Relations and Why It Matters" at noon in Room 5130, Posvar Hall, 230 S. Bouquet St. Sponsor is the University of Pittsburgh Jewish Studies Program. Call 412-624-2279.


SOUTH SIDE: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's South Side branch, 2205 E. Carson St., is accepting advance registration for a "Come to Candyland!" children's program set for 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Participants are to play a life-size version of the classic game. It is open to youngsters 3 and older. Call 412-431-0505.


SHADYSIDE: The First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, Ellsworth and Morewood avenues, hosts "A Winter Recital" at 7 p.m., featuring Roger Cazden on flute, William Larson on piano and harpsichord, and Nicole Myers on cello. A reception follows and a free-will offering is being requested. Call 412-621-8008.


LAWRENCEVILLE: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville branch, 279 Fisk St., offers an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party! at 1:30 p.m. Children of all ages can play games, make a Mad Hatter hat and valentines, and enjoy tea and dainties. Call 412-682-3668.


NORTH SIDE: Allegheny Open Arms United Church of Christ celebrates Darwin Day, honoring the birth of scientist Charles Darwin and his contribution to human understanding of the natural world, with two free events: at 10:30 a.m. an Evolution Sunday service at the church, 707 East St., and a panel discussion by theologians and scientists, titled "Science and Religion: A Darwin Day Event," at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 15 on Community College of Allegheny County, Allegheny Campus, Foerster Student Service Center auditorium. Call 412-321-1328.

To list events happening within the city limits, please fax information to City Calendar, 412-391-8452, for consideration. Include specific event location, street address, city neighborhood, time, day and cost. Indicate the daytime or evening phone number of the sponsor with all submissions and a phone number readers may call for more information. Or mail information to City Calendar, c/o Kathy Samudovsky, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh 15222. The calendar is published Mondays and events appear during the week they occur. Submissions must be received by the Wednesday preceding publication.


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