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Calendar of Events

In response to public comments and requests, ODHH offers a centralized statewide calendar of community events as a public service. If you have questions about the event please contact the organiztion directly, not ODHH.   


April 2014

CWU ASL Club Presents: "Feast Your Eyes"- CWU ASL Club
April 25th from 7-8:30 pm
Central Washington University Hertz Hall Teather: Room 100
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
American Sign Language, Poetry & Storytelling - Featuring Jer L. Loudenback, CWU ASL Professor All ages are welcome! Clink on the link below to purchase tickets. Advance tickets - 7 dollars Students/Kids, 10 dollars Adult At the Door - 9 dollars Students/Kids, 12 dollars Adult Come support the CWU ASL Club for a night of fun and interactive performances and storytelling, told in American Sign Language. You do not have to know Sign Language to come and enjoy this unique experience to see storytelling, poetry and learn about Deaf Culture! All peotry and storytelling will be voiced by an interpreter!
CONTACT: Sarah Erland
EMAIL: erlands@cwu.edu
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Red Lineage Community Workshop- Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
April 26 from 2 - 5 pm
Northwest African American Museum 2300 S. Massachusetts Street Seattle, WA
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EVENT TYPE: Conferences and Workshops
DESCRIPTION:
The Red Lineage is a collaborative, global project that seeks to demonstrate the connectedness of the entire human family regardless of traditional socio-economic, or other demographic barriers. RED LINEAGE is the title of an original poem, adapted to allow others to personalize their own versions. When performed, these poems echo and overlap, thereby fostering a sense of community despite real and/or perceived social and demographic barriers. Within the Red Lineage, everyone is red, a metaphor that invokes the idea of the bloodline. 2 to3 pm: In smaller groups, participants will create their Red Lineages with the guidance of seasoned local writers. 3 to 4 pm: Participants will work with local video, photography, and sound archivists to record their Red Lineages as part of the larger project. 4 to 5 pm: Participants will perform their Red Lineages (as a group) alongside local performers using sound and movement. FREE to participant
CONTACT: Natasha Marin
EMAIL: natashamarin7@gmail.com
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SEAN FORBES - Perfect Imperfection LIVE- Yakima Valley Community College - ASL Club
Monday, April 28th starting at 7 pm
THE SEASONS Performance Hall 101 North Naches Ave. Yakima, WA 98901
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EVENT TYPE: Arts and Entertainment
DESCRIPTION:
$5 Admission Advance Tickets 509.929.2468 voice/text www.deafandloud.com
CONTACT:
EMAIL: aslclub@yvcc.edu
Link

ASL Club at Puget Sound Association of the Deaf (PSAD)-
April 30th
May 15th

2407 1/2 NW 60th Street Seattle, WA 98107
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
Please join us at any time between 6 pm-9 pm at the PSAD meeting hall twice each month, this is not a structured class but a place to learn, practice and share ASL!
CONTACT:
EMAIL: secretary@psadeaf.org
Link

May 2014

Family Camp 2014- Washington Sensory Disabilities Services
May 2-4, 2014 - Registration 8 - 8:45 am
Lazy F Campground Ellensburg, WA
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
Contact Christy Camarata to get registration form: 509.963.1670 Parent Program and Children's Program from ages birth - 18 years old.
CONTACT: Christy Camarata
EMAIL: camaratc@cwu.edu
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SWCDHH's 3rd Annual Community Day- Southwest Washington Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 from 1 - 5 pm
301 SE Hearthwood Blvd. Vancouver, WA 98684
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
Come join us for fun & food! Deaf and Hard of Hearing Vendors, Games, Awards, Face Painting, Cakewalk & BBQ!
CONTACT:
EMAIL: frontdesk@swcdhh.org
Link

Washington Relay Presents TASTE OF TECHNOLOGY- Washington Relay
Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 10 am - 4 pm
Hotel Marano 1320 Broadway Plaza Tacoma, WA 98402
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EVENT TYPE: Conferences and Workshops
DESCRIPTION:
This is a FREE event open to anyone who is interested in learning more about technology that meet the needs of deaf, hard of hearing, deaf blind and speech disabled individuals. To register for this event, click on link at the bottom of message. The DEADLINE is by May 3, 2014. PROGRAMS 9 to 10 Registration 10 to 10:45 Keynote Speaker 11 to12 Vendor Presentations: Speech Technology and Telecommunications 12 to1:30 Lunch and Entertainment 2 to 4 Vendor Presentations: Mobility, Vision and Technology in the Workplace Accommodation Request: If you need CART or ASL, tactile interpreting services, please contact Cindy Campbell. Her phone number is 877-271-7620 voice or TTY or videophone at 541-418-4726 by April 20, 2014. NOTE - Auditory loop will be provided by Hearing Loop NW.
CONTACT: Cindy Campbell
EMAIL: cindy.2.campbell@sprint.com
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ASL Club at Puget Sound Association of the Deaf (PSAD)-
May 15th from 6 - 9 pm
2407 1/2 NW 60th Street Seattle, WA 98107
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
Please join us at any time between 6 pm-9 pm at the PSAD meeting hall twice each month, this is not a structured class but a place to learn, practice and share ASL!
CONTACT:
EMAIL: secretary@psadeaf.org
Link

DVR PUBLIC MEETING- Dept. of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, WA State Rehabilitation Council
May 22nd from 10:00 - Noon
DVR Office 1313 N. Atlantic Suite 1000 Conference Room 1 (Rockport Conference Room) Spokane, WA 99201
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EVENT TYPE: Government
DESCRIPTION:

CONTACT: Rayanne Mueller
EMAIL: Rayanne.Mueller@dshs.wa.gov
Link

June 2014

DVR PUBLIC MEETING- Dept. of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, WA State Rehabilitation Council
June 3rd from 1 - 3 pm
Creekside Plaza Building/WorkSource Multi-Purpose Room, First Floor 20311 52nd Ave W Lynnwood, WA 98036
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EVENT TYPE: Government
DESCRIPTION:

CONTACT: Rayanne Mueller
EMAIL: Rayanne.Mueller@dshs.wa.gov
Link

DVR PUBLIC MEETING- Dept. of Social and Health Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, WA State Rehabilitation Council
June 4th from 10 am - Noon
DVR Headquarters 4565 7th Ave. SE Lacey, WA 98503
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EVENT TYPE: Government
DESCRIPTION:

CONTACT: Rayanne Mueller
EMAIL: Rayanne.Mueller@dshs.wa.gov
Link

Bellevue College ASL Club Presents "My Father's Gift"-
Friday, June 6
Doors will open at 7:30 pm
Performance 8 - 10 pm

Lake Sammamish Foursquare Church 14434 NE 8th Street Bellevue, WA 98007
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION:
"My Father's Gift" will be performed in ASL by Wink! More information on this story and our performer can be found at http://www.winkasl.com/Wink/Shows.html This is a wonderful opportunity to experience a dramatic, heartfelt story told by an amazing performer who is in demand nationwide, and meet other ASL students, ASL teachers, and other members of the Deaf community! We welcome you to spread the word to those who may be interested, and look forward to seeing you! Tickets will be sold at the door and will cost $10 (Cash only please!) The performance will be conducted in ASL, but will also be voice interpreted so all levels of ASL proficiency (including non-signers) are welcome! Wink will also be hosting an Interpreting Workshop on the following Saturday, June 7, 2014. The details of this workshop are still being worked out, but we will inform you when decisions have been made about where, when, and for who!
CONTACT: Miya Natsuhara
EMAIL: bellevuecollegeasl@gmail.com
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CI Family Camp for Families and F