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DBSC and WSDBC Cookout - DeafBlind Service Center and Washington State DeafBlind Citizens, Inc.
LOCATION: Jefferson Park, Shelter 1 3801 Beacon Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98108 Directions - Bus 36 runs in front of the park, get off at Jefferson Community Center stop. Northbound riders will need to cross street, there is a painted crosswalk near the bus stop.
DATE/TIME: Saturday, August 3, 2019 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Lunch starts at 11:30 am
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION: Free parking available. Recommend bring your own lawn chair or blanket. Senior citizens can sit at table. Activities are PT games, social, walk around the park. Twenty dollars for DB, free for volunteers SSPs. Deadline to pay twenty dollars for cookout is Friday, July 26. Payment Options. Hand your payment to Jay Breese at the Lighthouse or give to DBSC staff. Mail to WSDBC. PO Box 2322. Seattle, WA 98111. If you would like to pay by PayPal, go to www.wsdbc.org and click Donate button. Type your name and cookout.
CONTACT: Debra Kahn
EMAIL: wsdbcprez@gmail.com
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Deaf Senior Citizens Picnic
LOCATION: Fort Borst Park Kitchen - Shelter #2 2020 Borst Avenue (I-5 and Exit #82) Centralia, WA
DATE/TIME:

Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Contact Persons:
Debra Lamus: 253-292-3520 VP
EJ Hunter: 253-292-2096 VP
Albert Dial: 425-320-4507 VP

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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION: Celebrate 25th Anniversary Coffee, tea and donuts will be provided. Water Bottle - 50 cents each


6th Annual Kitsap/Olympic Peninsula Deaf/ASL Picnic
LOCATION: Salsbury Point Park Shelter 3160 N.W. Wheller St. Poulsbo, WA 98370 (by the hood canal bridge on Highway 104)
DATE/TIME: Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 10 am - 6 pm
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION: Admission Fee is 5 dollars per person and 10 dollars per family. Cash only. Please pay at door. Bring Potlucks hot or cold food, fruits, vegetables, desserts, lunch meats, etc. Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets on grass. Chat and see your old and new friends and all welcome. No alcoholic beverages, no dogs allowed in shelter area. Dogs allowed on a leach outside.
CONTACT: Bill Armstrong
EMAIL: bilarms@yahoo.com


Deaf Seniors of America's 15th Biennial Conference in Seattle - Washington State Deaf Senior Citizens, Inc. WSDSC
LOCATION: Sheraton Hotels & Resorts Downtown 1400 - 6th Ave. Seattle, WA Contact: http://dsa2019seattle.org/contact/
DATE/TIME: September 2 - 8, 2019
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EVENT TYPE: Conference and Workshops
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WSAD/WSRID Conference
LOCATION: Airport Marriott SeaTac
DATE/TIME: October 3-6, 2019
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
DESCRIPTION: "Make it Matter"
EMAIL: conferencewsrid@gmail.com
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DeafNation Expo
LOCATION: Greater Tacoma Convention Center, Hall A 1500 Commerce St. Tacoma, WA 98402
DATE/TIME: October 18-19, 2019
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EVENT TYPE: Community Organization and Social Events
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Welcome to My World - ODHH
LOCATION: Tilikum/SWCDHH 301 SE Hearthwood Blvd Vancouver, WA 98684
DATE/TIME: Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 10 am - 3 pm
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EVENT TYPE: Conference and Workshops
DESCRIPTION: This workshop will be presented in spoken English, with ASL interpreters and CART provided. PTASL interpreters gladly provided upon request. Welcome to My World: my experience with hearing loss. In this interactive and participatory workshop, Kimberly Parker will educate audience members on issues that affect people with hearing loss and their family members. Utilizing powerful images, compelling stories and humor, Kimberly will share her personal journey making the transition from hearing, to deaf to hearing electronically with cochlear implants. During a working lunch, you will get to experience for 1 hour what it is like to have a hearing loss. Kimberly will also share communication strategies and resources and challenge you to think about what you want to commit to for yourself moving forward.
CONTACT: Di Cinney
EMAIL: Diane.Cinney@dshs.wa.gov