OAD calendar

Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Vancouver) Abababa... Final Tour (ASL Comedy/Storytelling Performance)
Thursday, October 17, 2019
6:00pm

Join us for a night of laughs, tears and a good time!!!
If you have not been to this show before, its a MUST!
Hope to see you there!

Address: 
Heritage High School Auditorium
7825 NE 130th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
(Springfield) Life: Living in Faith Everyday
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
5:45pm - 7:30pm

Dinner is served every Wednesday at 5:45 pm.
Come for dinner and stay for Classes, Youth Group or Worship Services.

Worship and classes start at 6:30 pm

We have a sign language interpreter for the Sermon

Address: 
Northwood Christian Church
2425 Harvest Road
Springfield, OR
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Workshop
International Sign workshop at WOU
Saturday, November 2, 2019
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Workshop Title:
International Sign

Presenters: Calvin Young, Seek the World, LLC

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019
Time: 1-3 PM

Location:
Western Oregon University
Richard Woodcock Education Center (RWEC)
Room 101
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth OR 97361

Admission:
$25.00/per person

Register Online:
http://www.wou.edu/rrcd/international-sign-workshop-registration/

Refund Policy
The workshop registration purchase are non-transferable. The registration fees will not be refundable after October 25, 2019. Refund requests must be submitted in writing before October 25, 2019. Please note: We will assess a $20 administrative fee for any refund processed.

Free Parking
Parking Lot "O"

Workshop description:
International Sign: Explaining the differences in signs all around the world - differences, similarities, communication barrier, overcome the barrier, and perspective dialogue.

Education Objectives:
- Practice gestural skills and international sign.
- Understand the function of its international sign.
- Increase the ability to analyze how a local expresses in gestural and signing.

Diversity Statement
In support of the University Diversity Statement, the Regional Resource Center on Deafness (RRCD) and the ASL Silent Weekend believes that we have an obligation to create an inclusive environment that embraces social justice and acknowledges diversity as more than the presence of human difference(s). On campus, we must establish our community as one which empowers visitors, students, faculty and staff.

An inclusive environment:
is one in which each individual feels that they matter to the community (as a whole).

Social justice:
is an ongoing and collaborative process which addresses the multiple levels of inequality in our society.

Accommodation Statement
If you have a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Western Oregon University activity, please notify the Office of Disability Services at 503-838-8250 or ods@wou.edu at least 72 hours in advance.

CEU Statement
This Professional Studies program is approved for ­­­­0.2 CEUs by Oregon Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, an approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities.

Contact:
Chad A. Ludwig, MSW, ADAC, DI
Director
LudwigC@mail.wou.edu

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Workshop
ASL Head Movements: Critical Features in Interpretation workshop at WOU
Saturday, October 12, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Workshop Title:
ASL Head Movements – Critical Features in Interpretation

Presenters: Dr. Keith Cagle and Sharon Lott, MS, MA

Date: Saturday, October 12, 2019
Time: 6-8 PM

Location:
Western Oregon University
Richard Woodcock Education Center (RWEC)
Room 101
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth OR 97361

Admission:
$25.00/per person

Register Online:
http://www.wou.edu/rrcd/asl-head-movements-workshop-registration/

Refund Policy
The workshop registration purchase are non-transferable. The registration fees will not be refundable after October 4, 2019. Refund requests must be submitted in writing before October 4, 2019. Please note: We will assess a $20 administrative fee for any refund processed.

Free Parking
Parking Lot "O"

Workshop description:
The presenters will discuss head movements and their vital grammatical and discourse functions in American Sign Language. The study is based on their teaching experiences with ASL and interpretation students and their studies with the ASL signers in videotapes.

It is recognized that head position or movement might not be taught adequately in ASL and interpretation classes. The presenters noticed when they watch interpreters doing interpretations that some of them lacked head movement for fingerspelling, certain words, grammatical markers, and discourse markers. Without head movements, it was sometimes hard to comprehend what the speakers were saying through the interpreters.

Head movements are critical features in interpretation. Head movements use patterns of rhythms, stress, and intonation in a language. They are analogous to the use of punctuation, such as commas, semicolons, and spaces between sentences and paragraphs. The authors will discuss different examples of head movements for certain words, fingerspelling, grammatical features such as affirmative, negation, adjective, adverb and question markers, discourse markers such as turn-taking, listing, buoys and cohesiveness, and listener’s or backchannel feedback. They also will discuss findings about head movements and their functions from their studies of three ASL signers in the videotapes: Edward Miner Gallaudet in The Preservation of Sign Language by George W. Veditz; MJ Bienvenu in An Introduction to American Deaf Culture; and Keith Cagle in The ASLTA Evaluation and Certification System.

The presenters will discuss some strategies for use in ASL and interpretation classes, which will include teaching head movement for ASL and interpretation students to improve their ASL expressive skills, and how to recognize head movements for improving their sign-to-voice interpreting in their future interpretation jobs.

Education Objectives:
-Participants will identify several important functions of head movements in ASL.
-Participants will describe several components of head movements with examples.
-Participants will list several strategies to improve their ASL expressive skills with head movements, and to improve their sign-to-voice interpreting.

Diversity Statement
In support of the University Diversity Statement, the Regional Resource Center on Deafness (RRCD) and the ASL Silent Weekend believes that we have an obligation to create an inclusive environment that embraces social justice and acknowledges diversity as more than the presence of human difference(s). On campus, we must establish our community as one which empowers visitors, students, faculty and staff.

An inclusive environment:
is one in which each individual feels that they matter to the community (as a whole).

Social justice:
is an ongoing and collaborative process which addresses the multiple levels of inequality in our society.

Accommodation Statement
If you have a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Western Oregon University activity, please notify the Office of Disability Services at 503-838-8250 or ods@wou.edu at least 72 hours in advance.

CEU Statement
This Professional Studies program is approved for ­­­­0.2 CEUs by Oregon Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, an approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities.

Contact:
Chad A. Ludwig, MSW, ADAC, DI
Director
LudwigC@mail.wou.edu

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Eugene) Deaf Games Social
Saturday, September 21, 2019
5:00pm - 9:00pm

Calling all Signers to join for an evening of hands up! Meet new and old friends, (maybe) play games (maybe eat/drink). Have fun!

Address: 
The Bier Stein
1599 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Women of Will - interpreted performance
Thursday, October 31, 2019
7:30pm - 9:30pm

Women of Will
By Tina Packer

Part masterclass / part performance: Funny, fierce, deep and accessible, Women of Will is the bonus content to Shakespeare’s plays that you have been searching for. Join master Shakespearean actor/dramaturg, Tina Packer as she conjures up and deconstructs William Shakespeare’s most famous female characters. Ace actor Nigel Gore plays the Romeo to Ms. Packer’s Juliet, the Petruchio to her Kate.

Tickets $25 with the ASL option.

Interpreters: Dot Hearn Kassie Hughes

Address: 
Portland Playhouse
602 NE Prescott Street
Portland, OR 97211
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
The Baltimore Waltz - interpreted performance
Friday, October 25, 2019
7:30pm - 9:30pm

The Baltimore Waltz
by Paula Vogel
directed by Josh Hecht

Winner of the Obie for Best New Play. When Anna, an unmarried school-teacher in the prime of life, is suddenly diagnosed with the fictitious Acquired Toilet Disease, a mysterious new illness with a high risk factor for elementary school teachers, she and her brother Carl take flight to Europe in search of romance and a cure. Vogel’s fantastical satire takes us on a whirlwind odyssey through Paris, Amsterdam, Munich and Vienna, and is part heartfelt tribute, part political indictment written at the height of the AIDS crisis.
“An immensely likable winning comedy-drama!” —Hollywood Reporter.

INTERPRETERS: Rich Hall and Jayodin Mosher

Address: 
Profile Theatre
at Imago Theatre
17 SE 8th Ave
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Orlando - interpreted performance
Sunday, October 20, 2019
2:00pm - 4:00pm

ORLANDO
From the novel by Virginia Woolf
Adapted by Sarah Ruhl

"Orlando, a beautiful charismatic nobleman, has enjoyed a lifetime of adventures: he becomes the favorite of Queen Elizabeth the First, he dallies with many fine ladies, losing his heart to one mysterious Russian Princess, he wanders Shakespeare’s London and endures the chill of the Great Frost, he travels to Constantinople, where his reputation for spectacular debauchery is indeed vast. But after a nighttime encounter with gypsy, Orlando sleeps for seven days, and wakes to live again -- as a woman. As Orlando adapts her bold, free demeanor to the strict and hampering skirts and expectations of feminine behavior, the changing world around her -- from Victorian England to the busy department stores of the 20th century -- illustrates the mutability of man and woman, and instinct of each to fit their place and time. A dreamy adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s famous tale, Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando is a magical and poetic dance between gender and through time, a fantastical world in which courtly movement and biographical narration combine to tell the story of a being who lives outside of human expectations, and enjoys twice the experience that humanity has to offer."

INTERPRETERS: Dana Walls and Marie Groshans

Address: 
Pacific University
Tom Miles Theatre, Warner Hall
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Bakkhai - interpreted performance
Sunday, October 20, 2019
5:30pm - 7:30pm

Bakkhai
by Euripides, a new version by ANNE CARSON
Directed by Samantha Van Der Merwe

A stunning, new translation by the poet and classicist Anne Carson, first performed in 2015 at the Almeida Theatre in London

Anne Carson writes, “Euripides was a playwright of the fifth century BC who reinvented Greek tragedy, setting it on a path that leads straight to reality TV. His plays broke all the rules, upended convention and outraged conservative critics. The Bakkhai is his most subversive play, telling the story of a man who cannot admit he would rather live in the skin of a woman, and a god who seems to combine all sexualities into a single ruinous demand for adoration. Dionysos is the god of intoxication. Once you fall under his influence, there is no telling where you will end up.”

Tickets $15-35
INTERPRETERS: Dot Hearn and Kassie Hughes

Address: 
Shaking the Tree
823 SE Grant St
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Macbeth - interpreted performance
Thursday, October 17, 2019
7:30pm - 9:15pm

“This irreducible, transcendent Macbeth commands engagement. Women get their due ... so does Shakespeare.” - The New York Times

Macbeth
By William Shakespeare
Edited script by Lee Sunday Evans
Original music by Heather Christian
Directed by Adriana Baer

Shakespeare’s infamous tale of political gluttony and supernatural vengeance finds refreshing new life in this piercing, stripped-down adaptation that creates a taut, contemporary thrill ride. Three women tackle all the roles, with captivating shape-note singing lending a haunting soundtrack to the rise and fall of Scotland’s most notorious royal assassin. Perennially relevant and breathtaking, Macbeth is a drama that demands to be seen — whether it’s your first or five hundredth time.

Use promo code SIGN to get $10 off ticket price. ** Also see the Ticket Specials page for other potential discount programs you may qualify for. Other potential options: AAA, Chinook Book, and more. **

INTERPRETERS: Dot Hearn, Kassie Hughes, Dana Walls
SIGN COACH: Jayodin Mosher

Address: 
Portland Center Stage at The Armory
128 NW Eleventh
Portland, OR 97209
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
The Wolves - interpreted performance
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
7:30pm - 9:00pm

THE WOLVES
By Sarah DeLappe

Directed by Jessica Wallenfels

"Left quad. Right quad. Lunge. A girls’ indoor soccer team warms up. From the safety of their suburban stretch circle, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. A portrait of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for nine American girls who just want to score some goals."

*check the ASL tickets to get discounted price ($25)*
INTERPRETERS: KT Corlett and Krista Harmon

Address: 
Portland Playhouse
602 NE Prescott Street
Portland, OR 97211
Region: 
Statewide
"The Wolves" poster detail: light green shading over 4 girls in white soccer uniforms during a game, with numbers on their backs
Event Type: 
Theatre
Welcome to Zion: A New Musical (free) - interpreted
Sunday, October 6, 2019
7:30pm - 9:30pm

LineStorm Playwrights presents
in association with Broadway Rose Theatre Company

WELCOME TO ZION - A New Musical
by Holly Richards
Directed by Brian Shnipper

The teen suicide rate in Utah has been rising exponentially in the last decade, especially among LGBTQ+ youth. WELCOME TO ZION follows one Mormon family who, upon learning their son is gay, must try to reconcile this new reality with the beliefs that form the foundation of their faith.
Maya and Jason are devastated when their son, Tyler, lets them in on his long-held secret: he is gay. Jason goes into denial, Maya seeks for solace in a new neighbor, and Tyler must find a way to navigate the world of both hate and love that his coming out has introduced – a world where, sometimes, suicide feels like the only option.

Address: 
LiineStorm Playwrights
Broadway Rose Theatre Company
12850 Southwest Grant Avenue
Tigard, OR 97233
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Eclipsed - interpreted performance
Saturday, October 5, 2019
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Eclipsed
by Patricia Burke Brogan
Directed by Gemma Whelan∼

*use code AFA to get 50% off tickets ($15)*

Nobody wants these women.
In a Magdalene Laundry, where the nuns regard them as mindless vessels of evil and their infants are forcibly put up for adoption, a group of young unwed Irish mothers struggle, resist, and strive to overcome the onerous conditions imposed on them. Based on true accounts and written by an ex-nun who worked there, it’s a story of both pain and hope. Opened in the late 1800s, the last Magdalene Laundry didn’t close until 1996.

Address: 
Corrib Theatre
New Expressive Works
810 SE Belmont
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Movie
The Silent Natural Captioned Movie in Independence
Friday, September 20, 2019 to Thursday, September 26, 2019

Please check again for SHOWING TIME!

The SHOWING TIME is at 12:50pm, 4pm, and 6:45pm daily.

Plot Summary

It is a crisp October day at Crosley Field in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Reds are in the World Series for the first time in 21 years; their opponent, the powerful New York Yankees. The PA announcer's voice booms over the crowd noise, broadcasting that the ceremonial first pitch will be thrown out by William "Dummy" Hoy. The crowd cheers, but Hoy, now 99 years old, can not hear them. In fact, William "Dummy" Hoy never heard the roar of the crowds or the congratulations of his teammates during his Major-League career. Deaf since childhood, and the first deaf baseball player to ever play Major-League baseball, Hoy played in a world of silence. Carson, Hoy's son, uses American Sign Language to tell his dad that the crowd is cheering for him. Hoy stands and waves to the crowd, his face igniting into an incandescent smile. The crowd stands and waves their arms in the air- the deaf cheer. Hoy stands there in wonderment. A tear rolls down his cheek. Carson signs again, asking his father if he's okay. Hoy nods, yes. Then Carson signs, telling Hoy that it is time to throw out the first pitch. As Hoy throws the ball to the catcher, we follow the arc of the baseball through the air. Just as it hits the catcher's glove, we flash back to the SLAP of a rubber ball hitting the side of a red brick building... Late 1870's Young William Hoy plays in the schoolyard at the Ohio School for the Deaf where he is learning to be a cobbler. He repeatedly throws the ball at a specific brick and hits it with precise accuracy. He quickly moves around at every bounce. With each throw he moves back, extending the distance between himself and the wall. Again and again he hits the marked brick. After graduating the school for the deaf, Hoy moves back to his hometown of Houcktown, Ohio where he helps his father on their farm and then opens his own shoe-repair shop. Playing baseball with the kids on the street and with amateur teams on the weekends fuels his passion for the game. One day, while passing through the town, a pro scout notices Hoy playing. He is astounded at the accuracy of the young man's arm. After the game, the scout approaches Hoy and asks him where he learned how to throw like that and if he ever thought of playing professionally. During an awkward moment while trying to communicate, Hoy points to his ears, and shakes his head. Realizing that Hoy can not hear him, the scout produces a pen and a piece of paper and writes, "Have you ever thought of playing professionally?" Hoy's eyes light up as he smiles and nods enthusiastically. Hoy, now in a Milwaukee uniform, is practicing with the team. Afterwards, the coach approaches Hoy and writes that he wants Hoy to play for him. Then he writes down, $55.00 a month. Hoy takes the paper and pencil and writes, $65.00 a month. The coach shakes his head and points to $55. Hoy turns and walks away leaving the coach screaming to unheard ears. The door to the shoe-repair shop opens and the scout approaches Hoy who is busy nailing a sole to a shoe. The scout writes, "What happened?" Hoy writes, "Milwaukee bad." The scout studies Hoy for a moment, then writes, "You go to Oshkosh, Wisconsin." Once again we see Hoy's face light up with a triumphant smile. At the age of 24, Hoy grabs his spikes, closes his shop for good and boards a train headed for the Minor-League team in Oshkosh. His professional baseball career has begun. Hoy faces challenges far and above those faced by a "normal" new prospect, yet despite his diminutive size (5-foot-4, 148 pounds) and his hearing disability, he intrigues the men who run the Oshkosh minor-league club with his explosive speed and powerful arm. After two years in Minor-Leagues, Hoy is signed by the Washington Senators in 1888 and leads the National League with 82 stolen bases in his rookie year. Hoy, not being able to hear the calls of the umpire, communicated with his third-base coach, who relayed the calls back to Hoy by signing. The game of baseball will never be the same. Shy and unassuming, "Dummy" Hoy endeared himself to both teammates and fans, teaching anyone who cared to notice that talent, desire, and hard work can be transcendent. Hoy's story is truly inspirational; a story of one man overcoming the odds and in doing so leaving a mark on the great American pastime that survives today.

Source: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6506478/plotsummary

Address: 
Independence Cinema
450 S. 2nd Street
Independence, OR 97351
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Conference
Deaf Seniors of America 2019 Seattle Conference
Monday, September 2, 2019 to Saturday, September 7, 2019

Day Passes / GALA Banquet Pass, see the flyer attached for more information

Red Hat Society Luncheon or Sports luncheon, see the flyer

Free admission to the exhibits only on Sat. Sept 7th from 9 AM to 2 PM

Address: 
DSA 2019 Seattle Conference
Sheraton Grand Seattle Hotel
1400 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Oregon EHDI Advisory Committee
Thursday, April 16, 2020
9:00am - 12:00pm

Oregon
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention
Quarterly Advisory Committee meeting

Join in person or by telephone at 888-273-3658, access code 766409

To request ASL interpreter, please contact Heather.R.MORROW-ALMEIDA@dhsoha.state.or.us.

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HEALTHYPEOPLEFAMILIES/BABIES/HEALTHSCREENING/HEARINGSCREENING/Pages/index.aspx

Address: 
Portland State Office Building
800 NE Oregon Street
Room 900
Portland, OR 97232
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Oregon EHDI Advisory Committee
Thursday, January 16, 2020
9:00am - 12:00pm

Oregon
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention
Quarterly Advisory Committee meeting

Join in person or by telephone at 888-273-3658, access code 766409

To request ASL interpreter, please contact Heather.R.MORROW-ALMEIDA@dhsoha.state.or.us.

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HEALTHYPEOPLEFAMILIES/BABIES/HEALTHSCREENING/HEARINGSCREENING/Pages/index.aspx

Address: 
Portland State Office Building
800 NE Oregon Street
Room 900
Portland, OR 97232
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Oregon EHDI Advisory Committee
Thursday, October 17, 2019
9:00am - 12:00pm

Oregon
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention
Quarterly Advisory Committee meeting

Join in person or by telephone at 888-273-3658, access code 766409

To request ASL interpreter, please contact Heather.R.MORROW-ALMEIDA@dhsoha.state.or.us.

https://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/HEALTHYPEOPLEFAMILIES/BABIES/HEALTHSCREENING/HEARINGSCREENING/Pages/index.aspx

Address: 
Portland State Office Building
800 NE Oregon Street
Room 900
Portland, OR 97232
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
Hands & Voices of Oregon Family Camp Weekend
Friday, October 18, 2019 to Sunday, October 20, 2019
8:00am - 6:00pm

Description
Family Camp is a place to come and learn more about relating to, advocating for, and relating with D/HH children. We want to thrive together! When you come you will meet new friends and learn about things you didn't even know you had questions to! Participants can come on Friday night if needed, but camp starts at 9am, Saturday morning and goes until noon on Sunday. Please make arrangements to stay the entire time to get the most possible out of camp! We can't wait to meet you and see you!
Events to look forward to:
- Free Childcare during parent break-out sessions
- Break-Out Sessions pertaining to: Listening and Spoken Langauge, ASL, Advocacy, Handling your Insurance, and everyone's favorite: Panels of Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults
- Break-Out Session for siblings of children with DHH and/or special needs siblings
- Break-Out Session for DHH children with trained counselors
- Great Camp Food
- Free time activities include, but not limited to: Rock climbing, mini-golf, play ground, pumpking carving or painting, and more!
One more thing: Hands & Voices does not discriminate against ANYONE. And it's really importand to us that EVERYONE feels comfortable- so if you speak, sign, cue, do something in-between... you are WELCOME! Please let us know what kind of interpreter you will need and we will make sure everyone has full access.
We are going to have a great time!

Please visit their website for details and contact Amanda at amanda@handsandvoicesor.org

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hands-voices-of-oregon-family-camp-registration-70528200747?aff=odeimcmailchimp&mc_cid=1c1fb477cc&mc_eid=ea51aa2469

Address: 
HV Family Weekend
3850 County Farm Rd
Eugene, OR 97408
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
DeafNation Expo in Tacoma WA
Saturday, October 19, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm

FREE ADMISSION | OPEN TO PUBLIC​ (REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

Friday, Oct. 18: 7PM-10PM, Deaf Night Live
Saturday, Oct. 19: 9AM-5PM, Exhibition, Workshops & Entertainment
Greater Tacoma Convention Center, Hall A
1500 Commerce St, Tacoma, WA 98402

Learn more: https://deafnation.com/tacomawa/

Address: 
Greater Tacoma Convention Center
1500 Commerce St
Tacoma, WA 98402
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Conference
OAD Biennial Conference
Saturday, October 19, 2019
8:00am - 5:30pm

OAD Biennial Conference

"Continuing to Grow Together"

DATE
October 19, 2019

TIME
8:00 AM to 5:30 PM with Lunch/Movie

COST
$40 - Non-Member
$25 - Member
$15 - Chestnut Lane Residents

$30 - Join or renew OAD member

PROGRAM

Board Reports
Get your updates on OAD activity for the past 2017-2019 term!

Elections
Come and elect your new OAD Officers for 2019-2021!

Awards
Come and see who will receive the OAD President's Award!

Entertainment
Socialize with new and old friends, enjoy food, and watch a Deaf-Produced movie!

LOCATION
Western Oregon University (WOU)
Richard Woodcock Education Center (RWEC)
Conference Room 101
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361

PARKING
Use "O" Parking Lot

RECOMMENDED HOTEL
The Independence Hotel (Please call in for a reservation AFTER Sept 3rd)
201 Osprey Lane
Independence, OR 97351
503.837.0200
info@theindependencehotel.com
https://theindependencehotel.com

PAYMENT
https://squareup.com/store/oregon-association-of-the-deaf

or

Write check to OAD and can mail to Oregon Association of the Deaf PO Box 8054 Salem, OR 97303.

ACCOMMODATION REQUEST
If you have a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Oregon Association of the Deaf (OAD) activity, please notify OAD by email at info@oad1921.org at least 2 weeks in advance.

CONTACT
info@oad1921.org

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Movie
(Klamath Falls) The Silent Natural Movie
Saturday, September 7, 2019
10:00am - 12:00pm

I am hosting a movie called “ The Silent Natural.” In Klamath Falls, Oregon at theatre. The deaf actor, Miles Barbee from will be in the movie.

Address: 
Pelican Cinemas
2643 Biehn Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (Northwest Deaf Travel League)
Saturday, September 14, 2019
10:30am - 5:00pm

HEY EVERYONE, ITS TIME FOR BOWLING SEASON TO START SOON..

WE WILL HAVE OUR FIRST DAY OF BOWLING ON SEPT 14, 2019 AT KINGS PIN IN PORTLAND. PLEASE BE THERE AT 1030 AM TO SIGN UP AND PAY FOR USBC CARD.

THE USBC CARD IS $28.00 IF YOU HAVEN'T PURCHASED ONE

IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED ONE IN ANOTHER LEAGUE AND YOU LIVE IN OREGON, IT WILL COST YOU $12.00

IF YOU PURCHASE ONE IN ANOTHER LEAGUE AND YOU ARE FROM OUT OF STATE. YOU WILL NEED TO PAY $13.00

AND THE BOWLING LANE FEE MONTHLY IS $30.00

SO BE PREPARE TO PAY THE USBC AND THE MONTLY BOWLING FEE ON THE 14TH..

IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A TEAM, PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHO IS ON YOUR TEAM SO WE CAN MAKE THIS EASIER AND QUICKER ON YOU AND ME ON THAT DAY.

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN TEAM, LET ME KNOW I WILL ADD YOU TO FREE AGENT LIST TO TRY FIND YOU AN TEAM.

IF YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN BOWLING, PLEASE SEND THEM THIS EMAIL OR HAVE THEM CONTACT ME AT

VP 503 303 8949
EMAIL GLOWSTARS314@GMAIL.COM
TEXT 503 341 0623

ALSO, PLEASE SEND ME YOUR HOME ADDRESS, DATE OF BIRTH, EMAIL ADDRESS AND VP NUMBER FOR YOUR USBC CARD TO MAKE IT EASIER AND READY FOR YOU TO SIGN NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT FILLING OUT..

AWESOME, THAT ALL FOR NOW SEE YOU ALL ON THE 14TH.

NWDTL SECRETARY/TREASURER
Andrea Albers

Address: 
Kingpins Lanes
3550 SE 92nd Ave
Portland, OR 97266
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Keizer) No Voice Potluck
Saturday, July 27, 2019
4:00pm - 7:00pm

The Big Toy, Disc Golf, Nature Trails, Sand Volleyball

All students and Teachers of ASL, sign language interpreters, Deaf folks, and their families.

Staff at OSD and students. Come and join us for an afternoon of ASL Practice and Fun and Food.

Casual summer gathering to make friendship and share ASL.

Please bring:
a main dish and salad or dessert to serve at least 8
your own place setting
sunscreen, blanket, chairs, balls, bubbles, frisbee.......
Be ready for no voice communication.
Please no alcohol
Contact: Rebecca Siewert (CCC ASL Student) @rsiewert@gmail.com or text to 503.951.0221

Address: 
Keizer Rapids Park
1900 Chemawa Road N
Keizer, OR 97303
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ProTactile Rocks
Friday, July 26, 2019
5:30pm - 10:00pm

You are all invited to our community events on Friday night, July 19th and Friday night, July 26th at Mendi’s—for our Protactile Rocks

Come wind down your week and meet the folks participating in the national DeafBlind Interpreting Institute. Taking place TWICE--on Friday, July 19th and Friday, July 26th with a total of 9 DeafBlind nationally-renowned leaders, and 48 Deaf and hearing interpreters from all around the US. This event is an opportunity to socialize with PTASL-friendly communities! Come learn, laugh, and meet some great folks!

Come on out! Take the opportunity to learn a bit of protactile language!

Address: 
Mendi's Pizza
1695 Monmouth Street
Independence, OR 97351
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ProTactile Rocks
Friday, July 19, 2019
5:30pm - 10:00pm

You are all invited to our community events on Friday night, July 19th and Friday night, July 26th at Mendi’s—for our Protactile Rocks

Come wind down your week and meet the folks participating in the national DeafBlind Interpreting Institute. Taking place TWICE--on Friday, July 19th and Friday, July 26th with a total of 9 DeafBlind nationally-renowned leaders, and 48 Deaf and hearing interpreters from all around the US. This event is an opportunity to socialize with PTASL-friendly communities! Come learn, laugh, and meet some great folks!

Come on out! Take the opportunity to learn a bit of protactile language!

Address: 
Mendi's Pizza
1695 Monmouth Street
Independence, OR 97351
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
WOU Summer Theater -- Hamlet
Regional Resource Center on Deafness with Western Oregon University
Friday, July 26, 2019
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Valley Shakespeare Company at Western Oregon University will perform Hamlet Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday July 25, 26, 27, 28 & Thursday, Friday and Saturday August 1, 2, 3 on the Leinwand outdoor stage outside of Rice Auditorium on the campus of Western Oregon University. The show will feature lawn seating, so audience members are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. All performances will begin at 7:30PM and are free to the public. The running time of the show is approximately 2 hours and twenty minutes with one intermission. The Friday performances will be ASL interpreted.

Address: 
Stacey Rainey
345 N Monmouth Ave
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Deafies in Drag Show at Western Oregon University
Saturday, July 27, 2019
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Western Oregon University
Regional Resources Center on Deafness

Saturday, July 27, 2019

7pm - 9pm

Where: Peter Courtney Health and Wellness Center

Address: 345 Monmouth Ave N., Montmouth, OR 97361

Parking: FREE anywhere on campus for this event

Silent Weekend Attendees: FREE

Public Admission: $20 per person (Cash only at door)

Students with valid ID: $5

WOU students with valid ID: FREE

This program is not appropriate for children

If you have a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Western Oregon University activity, please notify the Office of Disability Services at 503-838-8250 or ods@wou.edu at lease 72 hours in advance.

Questions? Please contact Chad A Ludwig at ludwigc@mail.wou.edu
For more information please visit wou.edu/RRCD

Address: 
Peter Courtney Health & Wellness Center
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Eugene) Deaf Games Social
Saturday, July 27, 2019
5:00pm - 9:00pm

All D/HH/Signers come together for chatting and games! This is a restaurant, so feel free to buy something to eat/drink, but not mandatory.

Address: 
The Bier Stein
1599 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Eugene) DHH/Signers Kayak/Potluck picnic
Saturday, July 13, 2019
11:00am - 6:00pm

Bring or rent ($30 all day, includes PFD/par) a water craft. Join for a potluck picnic - if your last name begins with A-N, bring dessert to share. If your last name begins with O-Z, bring a side dish to share. Bring your meat or veggies for a grill (thanks Bob Alexander for starting the grill!). Bring your frisbees, balls, sunblock, and friends who use ASL.

Address: 
Orchard Point Park
27060 Clear Lake Rd
Eugene, OR 97402
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
(Portland) The Great God of The Dark Storm Cloud
Monday, May 20, 2019
7:30pm - 9:00pm

A principal, haunted by a school shooting, uncovers a series of unthinkable crimes and conspiracies and is pushed toward taking a shocking act of revenge. This modern retelling of the Greek tragedy HECUBA is told from an African American perspective, integrating modern themes and concepts, tied together with original music.

Written by local Portland playwright, Josie Seid. This event is free, although reservations are requested.

Address: 
ART Hub
1515 SW Morrison
Portland, OR 97205
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Monmouth) Last ASL Community Night at WOU
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Last ASL Community Night Event

When: Wednesday, May 15th, 2019
Time: 6pm-8pm
Where: RWEC 101 and Patio (Outdoors)

Western Oregon University
Richard Woodcock Education Center
345 Monmouth Ave, Monmouth, OR 9736

Contact:
Kara Gournaris at gournark@wou.edu

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
The Rosa Lee Show
Thursday, June 13, 2019
4:00pm - 6:00pm

Show Synopsis:
The Rosa Lee Show is an original American Sign Language multimedia-infused performance featuring video, music, poetry, comedy, and more! The show features the performing artist, Rosa Lee, in her one-woman show live and on stage. This variety show weaves together stories, poetry, video, mus and more into a single web of American Sign Language celebration.

Rosa Lee:
Rosa Lee is a performance artist known for her ASL Music Videos on YouTube, her work as a solo performer in "The Rosa Lee Show", and as a lead actor in ASL Films’s feature film Versa Effect.

Since 1993, Rosa Lee has been involved with stage productions, performance troupes, and has appeared in television, videos, DVDs, and CD-ROMs as an actress, sign model, and director.

Currently, she is an ASL teacher at the California School for the Deaf at Fremont, the managing editor of KISSFIST Magazine, and presenter and workshop leader. She is also a wife and a mother to two young children.

Address: 
Rice Auditorium, Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
(Vancouver) Cash Back Day for WSD / Washington School for the DEAF
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
11:30am - 10:00am

WareHouse '23 hosts WSD / Washington School for the Deaf all day on Wednesday, May 22 11:30 to 10

Eat & Drink to Donate! 50% of your bill will be donated to WSD!!!

Please let your server know at WareHouse '23 you are dining for WSD.

Reservation is encouraged. 360 750 7256

Thank you for your support of WSD students!

Address: 
WareHouse '23
100 Columbia St.
Vancouver, WA 98660
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Salem) Deafopia Expo
Saturday, May 11, 2019
10:00am - 6:00pm

Deafopia Expo
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE, Salem, OR 97301

May 11, 2019
10am to 6pm

Register: http://www.deafopia.com/salem-oregon-may-11-2019/
Admission: $5

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
Coming Out Monologues at WOU
Monday, April 29, 2019
7:30pm - 9:30pm

On Monday, April 29, I invite and encourage you to attend The Coming Out Monologues, a collection of coming out stories authored and performed by Western Oregon University students, alumni, faculty, and staff. These stories are funny, poignant, serious, heartbreaking, embarrassing, creative, painful, and hopeful—in other words, they are a representation of the diverse and unique experiences of people who identify within the LGBTQ+ community and/or as straight allies.

This year’s monologues carry extra significance to me and to this community, in part because they come on the heels of an example of bigoted vandalism to a class project my students are doing to raise awareness of gender and sexuality studies on campus. For those of you who do not know, someone posted a swastika to my students’ gender studies bulletin board project last week, in what we can only assume is an attempt to silence my students. Though this certainly impacted the sense of a safe learning environment in the classroom, it has not deterred these students at all. They are disappointed and mad, but they are also motivated and empowered to continue this work and to do so in ways that are louder and fiercer.

This experience has also highlighted for me and for my students the need for allies within and outside the LGBTQ+ community to continue to show up and to be actively and vocally supportive. Through hard work and years of dedication, WOU continues to strive to be a welcoming and inclusive campus. But this experience from my classroom also shows that WOU exists in the real world, a world in which bigoted folks feel increasingly emboldened to engage in hateful speech. If we want to continue to move in the direct of unconditional affirmation and love, we have to continue to do the work of showing up, offering support, and creating spaces where people feel comfortable to express the truth of their lives. The Coming Out Monologues is a great example of what that space can be: open, affirming, loving, funny, painful, creative, and so incredibly beautiful.

I encourage you to show up and help us create and recreate safe spaces for our LGBTQ+ community. The information for the Coming Out Monologues event and for a pre-event reception sponsored by LGBTQ+ alumni is included below. You are invited to both and encouraged to bring friends!

FIRST EVENT: LGBTQ+ AND ALLIES ALUMNI RECEPTION
ALL ARE WELCOME. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE AN ALUM TO ATTEND.
5:30-7:00
Willamette Room of the Werner University Center (WUC)
COST: $15 (includes cocktails, refreshments, bonus monologues, and reserved VIP seating at the Monologues)
Alumni Event link
The more folks who support this event, the more we show Western's Alumni Office that folks care about LGBTQ Alum and their allies.

Here's how to register for the event. It’s a **2-step** process to pay for the LGBTQ Reception:
1. Register for the reception here. If you cannot attend, please write in the notes field: Sponsor an attendee. http://calendar.wou.edu/alumni/#event_id/4289/view/event

*2. Pay here ($15, but feel free to donate as much as you can) https://www.wou.edu/foundation/give-to-wou/
Use the “Other” field under Gift Designation and type the code *LGBTQ Alumni*

SECOND EVENT: THE COMING OUT MONOLOGUES
Doors open at 7pm. Show at 7:30pm in the Pacific Room. No advance tickets needed.
$2 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. Proceeds benefit the WOU SafeZone.

Produced by CM Hall. Directed by Ted deChatelet.
Coming Out Monologues Event link

These are the storytellers we are featuring (and some of the lines from them):

Students:
Aeron Esch, “I went from identifying as a lesbian to identifying as bisexual, back to lesbian, to panromantic demisexual, and, finally, to pansexual panromantic.”
Hannah Bachelor, “At sixteen years old, I was dragged out of the closet.”
Hannah Hardcastle, “For a long time, I’ve identified as “game,” as in: “I’m game,”
Maria Becerra, “I remember being in fourth grade, 9 years old, a tomboy, … and telling my mom innocently one day after school, “Ama, pienso que Adriana es muy hermosa, me encantan sus ojos. Tal vez algun dia me case con ella.” (Ma, I think Adriana is so pretty, I really like her eyes, maybe one day I’ll marry her.)
Max Groshong, “I was forced to face my own mortality. This, above all, is what pushed me to truly start living every day as if it could be my last and I had to start by being honest with myself and my family.”
Tyler Martin, “My grandpa said that I was never meant to be a boy and that any doctor who would prescribe me testosterone was practicing child abuse.”

Alumni/Staff:
Annika Joy Barnett, “Being queer, femme and married to a cishet man...is going to queer spaces and getting stares, it’s pulling back my hair to show my undercut, in hopes that it clues people in.”

Staff:
Chad A. Ludwig, “I came out to my mom over the phone. I typed a message by saying, “Mom – I am gay.”
Chrys Burcham, “My Dad, a military vet who continues to carry himself with a marine’s posture and whose voice barks like a drill sergeant, looked me straight in the eye and pointedly asked, “Do you like womyn?”
Rebecca Chiles, “Kelli said, “You are sweet on her, aren’t you Queer?” This absolutely filled me with terror. No one had ever called me out before.”

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
WUC Pacific Room
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
Interpreted Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Friday, May 24, 2019 to Saturday, May 25, 2019
8:00pm

https://youtu.be/4iwHAw9-ne4

Sign Interpreted Performances
Please contact the Box Office at 800-219-8161, or email boxoffice@osfashland.org to purchase your tickets in the Deaf Community section.
Tickets are not available online.
During this season, ASL (American Sign Language) interpreters will be provided at 8 performances.
Accompanying pre-show Prologues will be presented in ASL.
Hairspray - Friday, May 24, 2019 - 8:00 p.m.
Between Two Knees - Saturday, May 25, 2018 – 1:30 p.m
As You Like It - Saturday May 25, 2019 – 8:00 p.m.
Macbeth - Friday, July 19, 2019 - 8:00 p.m.
Alice in Wonderland - Saturday, July 20, 2019 - 8:00 p.m.
Mother Road - Sunday, July 21, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.
Indecent - Saturday, September 7, 2018 – 1:30 p.m.
How to Catch Creation - Sunday, September 8, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Address: 
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S Pioneer St
Ashland, OR 97520
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Camp
Camp Taloali Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 20, 2019
12:00pm - 2:00pm

The signing Easter Bunny is penciled in for a visit at Camp Taloali on April 20th, Saturday, noon until 2pm!

Free admission, but waivers are needed. This will be part of the check-in at the Pavilion. Donations are also accepted with gratitude. We also would love to have volunteers for this event!

We will have balloon dart game, beanbag toss game, crafts, face painting and egg hunt for different age groups!

Contact us at secretary@taloali.org for any questions related to this event! Shelly and Liza are hosting this event.

Click on the flyer for details.

Address: 
Camp Taloali
15934 N Santiam Hwy SE
Stayton, OR 97383
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Deaf Games Social
Saturday, April 20, 2019
5:00pm - 9:00pm

All D/HH/Signers welcome to join for an evening of socializing and playing games. The Bier Stein is a restaurant - feel free to buy something to eat or drink, but it’s nit required.

Address: 
The Bier Stein
1599 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Bridge City ASL Playgroup
Saturday, April 20, 2019
9:00am - 10:00am

Families with Deaf/Hard of Hearing children using and learning sign language, join us as we get together to learn, laugh and play! All paths welcome and respected.
(Creating a safe space for families to share experiences without judgment.)

Address: 
Hammer + Jacks
6416 SE Foster Rd
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
ASL Playgroup
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL WHITE-OUT PARTY featuring DACK VIRNIG!
Saturday, May 4, 2019
5:00pm - 9:00pm

Dress up in your craziest all white costume and get ready for a great show featuring ASL performances from Dack Virnig featuring his newest Star Wars ASL stories.

Don't forget to wear your WHITE OUT spirit wear!
There will be a Costume Contest, prizes and a fun social!!

DNO is to follow after 9pm.

May the 4th Be WIth you.......

Address: 
Century Bar
930 Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Vancouver) ASL Peformer: Dack Virnig High School ASL Show
Friday, May 3, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Heritage High School invites you to join us for an evening of laughter, amazement and ASL to blow your mind.

Friday, May 3rd in the Heritage High School Performing Arts building (Auditorium) for a high school friendly show! Tickets can be purchased from the HHS Activities Office during school days and hours, or at the door for $5.00. Doors open at 6pm, show at 6:30pm.

Address: 
Heritage HIgh School
7825 NE 130th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
(Forest Grove) Pacific Starbucks Night
Thursday, April 18, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Pacific University ASL Club is hosting a Starbucks Deaf night at the Starbucks on campus at Pacific University Forest Grove campus. This event is free and the purpose is for students and community members to come together and talk.

Address: 
Pacific University Forest Grove Starbucks
2043 College Way
Forest Grove, OR 97116
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
(Salem) Youth Transition Resource Fair
Saturday, March 16, 2019
10:00am - 3:30pm

*Browse resource booths
*Attend presentations on transition topics
*Get individualized information on transition
*Enter to win Door Prize Drawings

Spanish Interpreters, ASL Interpreters, and Captioning provides. Please indicate accommodations needed in RSVP.

Address: 
Willamette Education Service District
2612 Pringle Rd SE
Salem, OR 97302
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alumni General - OSD 150th Anniversary Meetings
Oregon School for the Deaf Alumni Association
Saturday, March 16, 2019
10:30am - 4:30am

Big day of catching up with everything in short time but majority of the meeting is get 150th anniversary rolling. We need more volunteers. If you alumns thinking about contributing your time, please come! Food and beverages will be provided. Also we have Alumni Panther store you can shop minus shipping $.

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
(Portland) Bridge City ASL Playgroup
Saturday, February 23, 2019
10:00am - 11:00am

Families with Deaf/Hard of Hearing children using and learning sign language, join us as we get together to learn, laugh and play!
All paths welcome and respected.(Creating a safe space for families to share experiences without judgment.)

Address: 
Hammer + Jacks
6416 SE Foster Rd
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Red Dragon Parade: Garden Home Montessori School for deaf and hearing children
Saturday, February 9, 2019
10:00am - 11:00am

We are so excited to announce that we have partnered with the Holgate library to perform our annual GHMS Red Dragon Parade. All alumni parents and students as well as your family, friends and community are invited! We will meet at Essex Park @10:00am and parade to Holgate Library with a story in ASL to follow.

Address: 
Essex Park
7730 SE Center St
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Open House: Garden Home Montessori School for deaf and hearing children
Saturday, February 16, 2019
9:00am - 11:00am

Come see what we learn and play at Garden Home Montessori School! RSVP to reserve your time slot today!

A little more about us:

Here, at Garden Home Montessori School, it is our mission to provide equal access to academic and social education for deaf and hearing children. We equip our students with strong communication skills in American Sign Language and English. We are active in neighborhood projects such as park cleanups, parent support groups, playgroups and fundraisers. Our vision is a quality educational environment for children and families that focuses on developing independent, creative, thinkers through hands on experience, urban farming and Montessori based curriculum; empowering the child to become an active part of their family and community.

Address: 
Garden Home Montessori School
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Beaverton) Super Bowl Party
Sunday, February 3, 2019
3:00am

SUPER BOWL PARTY

The Portland Metro ASL and Deaf Events invites you to the Super Bowl party at "John's Incredible Pizza" restaurant on Sunday, February 3rd - in the Fusion Room.
This will be our seventh year of hosting this event.

The kickoff starts at 3:30 PM, so it would be a good time for you to get here around 3:00 PM.

Prices (approx):
Adults (13+): 10.49 for buffet and 1.99 for drink
Seniors (55+): 9.49 for buffer and 1.79 for drink
Kids (2-12): 4.99 for buffet and 1.79 for drink
Babies and Toddlers: FREE

Why is it a benefit to have a Super Bowl party at Incredible John's Pizza restaurant?

1. Sport Bar and Grill restaurants tend to be very crowded on the Super Bowl day.
2. SUPER GIANT TVs in a very large room "Fusion Room" with long tables!
3. Kids can keep themselves busy by playing games while you are watching the game.
4. Excellent Prices for unlimited buffet included salad and etc...

Please help yourself to invite your friends or families. Be sure to add yourself and others, so I can inform the restaurant to reserve certain tables.

For more information on John's Incredible Pizza, please visit the website at https://www.johnspizza.com/Beaverton

The address is:

John's Incredible Pizza
9180 SW Hall Blvd
Beaverton, Oregon 97223

Thanks, Host: Mike Mahoney

Address: 
John's Incredible Pizza
9180 SW Hall Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97223
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Portland) Bridge City ASL Playgroup
Sunday, January 27, 2019
10:00am - 11:00am

Families with Deaf/Hard of Hearing children and all interested in using and learning sign language, join us as we get together to learn, laugh and play! We have an indoor playspace reserved at Hammer + Jacks toystore in SE Portland. Let's get together and have some fun!

Address: 
Hammer + Jacks
6416 SE Foster Rd
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
ASL Book Club Portland with Raymond Luczak
Sunday, March 31, 2019
2:00pm - 4:00pm

The ASL Book Club Portland proudly presents our March book club discussion “Assembly Required: Notes on a Deaf Gay Life” with the author Raymond Luczak in person. Portland Central Library, 2nd floor, periodicals room,

Address: 
Portland Central Library
801 SW 10th
Please note venue may change if over capacity- will post updates
Portland, OR
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Keizer) NWDTL (Northwest Deaf Travel League) in Vancouver
Saturday, May 11, 2019
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Come by & say Hi to Bowlers & friends

Any questions.

Please feel free to ask:

Director Kitty McDaniel ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
or Sec/Trea Andrea glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
Town & Country Lanes
3500 RIver Road N
Keizer, OR 97303
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Monmouth) ASL Community Social
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Who: Open to anyone who knows or is learning ASL
When: January 30th, 2019 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Where: Richard Woodcock Education Center (RWEC) # 101 Western Oregon University 345 Monmouth Ave Monmouth, OR 97361
Engage. Connect. Network
Need More Information? Contact Kara Gournaris at gournark@wou.edu
Refreshment will be provided

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
(Sweet Home) Directions how to get cell phone services down to $3.50 +/- a month
Monday, February 18, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Learn how to get free I phone 7 for the Deaf, activate it and get monthly price Down to local monthly taxes choose either Verizon or Sprint SIM card for service. Individual and family plans available.

Address: 
Jan Spears
5401 Poplar St
Sweet Home, OR 97345
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Camp
(Bend) CamPAH
Oregon Adaptive Sports
Saturday, February 16, 2019 to Sunday, February 17, 2019
9:00am - 4:00pm

We’re an all inclusive day camp located at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon determined to show you the best mountain experience of your life! This year will be our sixth annual camp for young adults who are deaf and hard of hearing (age 13 to 18 and/or currently attending high school). Campers meet on the snow for six hours each day with some of the finest humans you’ll ever have the pleasure of meeting. Beginners to advanced riders/skiers regardless of communication mode, we welcome all!

Address: 
Oregon Adaptive Sports
63025 OB Riley Road, Suite #12
Bend, OR 97703
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Organize Home & Save Money on Home Services/Earn Money Yourself
Monday, January 7, 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm

Two companies explain how to save money on the organization of your home, and save money on services you already use in your home. Learn how to earn money on these same companies, if you prefer.
Tupperware has a lifetime warranty, and currently the Modular Mates for organizing your home, are up to 40% off. We will also present a company that can save you significantly on your utilities and cell phone bill.

Address: 
Home of Tom & Janella Spears
5401 Poplar St.
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Region: 
Statewide
Modular Mates, Custom Kitchen
Event Type: 
Training
(Tangent ) CPR and First Aid
Sunday, January 13, 2019
1:30pm - 8:00pm

CPR and First Aid class presentation in voice and sign language. Based on American Heart address 31630 OR Highway 34 at Central Valley Christian School in Tangent. If 10 people register cost only $28.00 each. Text RSVP to 541-220-8422 Jan 13 2019. If you need this on a different date please notify me.

Address: 
Central Valley Christian School
31630 Highway 34
Tangent, OR 97389
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (NORTHWEST DEAF TRAVEL LEAGUE)
Saturday, January 12, 2019
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Come by & Say hi to bowlers, friends..

if any questions, Contact Kitty or Andrea

Director Kitty email: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
Sec/Trea Andrea email: glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
Wilsonville Lanes
29040 SW Town Center Loop
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Trade Show
Interpreter and Signing Professional Career Expo
Friday, February 22, 2019
11:00am - 2:00am

This is a career expo for interpreters and signing professionals. If you are in search of employment, please come to WOU on February 22 between 11 and 2 to visit with prospective employers. If you are an employer and would like to participate, please contact Elisa Maroney to obtain the registration form. If you have questions, please contact Elisa Maroney.

Address: 
Western Oregon University
Columbia Room
345 N. Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
(Vancouver) Joshua Castille: A Rising Broadway Star
Thursday, December 6, 2018
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Joshua Castille is a Deaf Performance artist based out of Los Angeles, California. He will be telling the story of his journey from small town Louisiana to Broadway where he performed in the Deaf West production of Spring Awakening. Joshua has worked on various projects in a variety of roles including actor, director, ASL master, set designer and creative contributor. He recently starred as Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame at 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle and in March 2019 he will play Romeo at ACT in Seattle in a production which is a collaboration between Deaf and hearing communities. Joshua is coming to WSD to raise funds for the Deaf Education Advocates Foundation ( DEAF) , an organization which provides funding for enrichment activities at the Washington School for the Deaf.

Address: 
Washington School for the Deaf
611 Grand Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
(Vancouver) Signing Santa Deaf Kids, Deaf Families & ASL Professionals
Sunday, December 2, 2018
11:00am - 2:00pm

Join us for our annual Deaf Kids Holiday Party with a Signing Santa, gifts, activities, crafts, appetizers, ASL entertainment and a Holiday Bazaar sponsored by the former Southwest Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Trillicum)

Adults: Free Entry (Breakfast food $)
Children age 0-10: FREE with Registration! Register your children by sending their names and ages to VADyouth@yahoo.com

Address: 
Heritage High School
7825 NE 130th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
(Eugene) Deaf Games Social
Saturday, December 15, 2018
6:00pm - 11:59pm

Deaf Games Social is the newest event for D/HH/signing community in Eugene/Springfield. We will have games like Skipbo, Uno, and (maybe) Monopoly. Food/beverages available for purchase at The Bier Stein (but not required). Come play and chat with old and new friends.

Address: 
The Bier Stein
1591 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL Immersion Silent Weekend at WOU
Friday, July 26, 2019 to Sunday, July 28, 2019

Save the Date and more information are available at www.wou.edu/rrcd/

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
ASL-Interpreted Night at Profile Theatre
Friday, December 7, 2018
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Show: IN THE WAKE by Lisa Kron
Location: Profile Theatre - Morrison Stage at Artist's Rep
Tickets: $20
Our box office phone line is open Tuesday through Friday, noon – 4:00 pm. 503-242-0080. If you need assistance beyond these hours, please call and leave a message. We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible. On performance days, the box office will be open for walk-up sales and will-call 1 hour before curtain.

Address: 
Profile Theatre
1515 SW Morrison
Portland, OR 97205
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWBAD (Northwest Deaf Travel League)
Saturday, December 8, 2018
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Come by & say Hi to Bowlers, friends & fans

If any questions..

Please feel free to contact:

Director Kitty McDaniel ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
Sec/Trea Andrea Albers glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
Fireland Lanes
4303 Center St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alumni Association General Meeting
Oregon School for the Deaf Alumni Association
Saturday, December 1, 2018
11:00am - 4:30am

Office opens at 10:30, general meeting at 1:00 then 150th anniversary team meeting at 2:00.

Catch up on things prior to meetings. Shirt sales here in person, your best chance!

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97303
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Deaf Bowling Event in Gresham
Saturday, November 10, 2018
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Come by & Say hi to bowlers, friends..

Any questions.

Contact:
Director Kitty McDaniel... Email: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
Secretary/Treasurer Andrea Albers.. Email: glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
MT Hood Lanes
2311 E. Powell Blvd
Gresham, OR 97080
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
25th Anniversary Senior & Friends Holiday Luncheon Buffet
Saturday, December 8, 2018
11:30am - 2:30pm

When: Saturday, December 8, 2018
Time: Door opens @ 11:30pm - 2:30 pm Lunch @ 12 noon
Where: Salem Airport Terminal Banquet Room
2990 25th St SE
Salem, OR 97302

$16 lunch ticket per person with one free raffle ticket.
Cash / Debit / Credit Card are accepted
https://squareup.com/store/oregon-association-of-the-deaf
Or mail check to:
OAD
PO Box 8054
Salem, OR 97303

Three raffle tickets for $1
Various prizes

Space is limited to 100 people

Please RSVP by November 30, 2018

Chair, Connie Olson, oadsecretary@gmail.com or vp 503-400-6546
Sally Maxwell, maxwellsally7@gmail.com or vp 971-239-5688

Directions to Salem Airport Terminal Building:
From I-5 north (Portland) take exit 253 turn right at traffic light
From I-5 south (Eugene) take exit 253 turn left at traffic light
Stay on Hwy 22 (Mission St) going west for about one mile. Turn left at traffic light onto 25th St. (you will see Dairy Queen on corner)
Drive about one mile toward Salem Airport (you will see a small sign for airport). Turn left ( you will see Hertz Car Rental) into main term8nal. You may park either side of the Airport Terminal Building. Ignore parking fee signs. Event attendees parking are free. You will see balloons to help guide you.

Address: 
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Event Type: 
ASL Classes
Social ASL Class
Sunday, October 7, 2018
5:00pm - 6:30pm

ASL class at 1859 Cider Co. is back!
This 10 week event (last class Dec. 2nd) will be held on Sundays from 5pm-6pm (ish) and will be lead by ASL instructors : Rian Gayle, Kelsey Gilstrap and Nick McCorey!

In this course, we are moving past the mundane (father, mother... etc) and academic signs and are diving right into the social and colorful aspects of ASL!

You will be learning how to translate popular English sayings, use common responses and questions, and even sign to music! That means you are also expected to already know or practice the alphabet and numbers. You can find them here: https://youtu.be/tkMg8g8vVUo
https://youtu.be/hFCXyB6q2nU

Lesson Over View:

Sept. 30: Lesson 1 - Making Orders at the bar/restaurant. Music Performance with ASL Translation: SyNchro & Jake

Oct. 7: Lesson 2 - Greetings/Introductions. Music Performance with ASL Translation: Rich McCloud

Oct. 14: Lesson 3 - Compliments. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Oct. 21: Lesson 4 - Making Jokes in ASL. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Oct. 28: Lesson 5 - Halloween Horror. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Nov. 4: Lesson 6 - Rephrasing English terms/ Idioms. Music Performance with ASL Translation: Heidi Walker and Band

Nov. 11: Lesson 7 - Classifiers - animals. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Nov. 18: Lesson 8 - Classifiers - activities/body movements. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Nov. 25: Lesson 9 - Getting Freaky with sign language. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

Dec. 2: Lesson 10 - Lexi Signs. Music Performance: ASL Song/Poetry Performance

If there are certain signs you want to know, just ask Rian after class and he will be happy to show you.

So grab a glass of cider or local beer and prepare to have some fun with ASL!

** Reminder that Salsa Sunday Lessons begin at 7pm, so hey, just stay and learn it all.

This course is for students 21+
Outside food is welcome.
(Located in the alley between Court St NE and Chemeketa St)

Address: 
1859 Cider Co.
249 Liberty St NE #140,
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Open Captioned Movie in Salem - Mission Impossible: Fallout
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Mission Impossible: Fallout (PG-13) with closed caption and tickets are only $4.00.
Starring: Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, and Ving Rhames (Action, Adventure, and Thriller)

Address: 
Northern Lights Theatre Pub
3893 Commerical St SE
Salem, OR 97302
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
ASL night at Profile Theatre
Friday, October 19, 2018
7:30pm - 9:00pm

ASL night for Fires in the Mirror by Anna Deavere Smith. Directed by Bobby Bermea, starring Seth Rue.

Fully interpreted performance and interpreters will be available to accommodate all needs in the lobby and at concessions.

Address: 
Profile Theatre at Artists Rep
1515 SW Morrison St
Portland, OR 97205
Region: 
Statewide
Fires in the Mirror at Profile Theatre
Event Type: 
Meeting
Mt. Hood Cherokees Meeting
Saturday, October 13, 2018
10:30am - 1:00pm

(ASL Interpreter is available)

Mt. Hood Cherokees - Meeting Notice
Saturday, October 13, 2018
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Wilshire United Methodist Native American Fellowship
3917 NE Shaver St. Portland, Oregon 97212

Program

“These Are Not Abstract, This Is Reality”
Cherokee Photographer - Joe Cantrell
Shares his Photos & Cherokee Perspective
American Sign Language Interpreters

at this meeting

Monthly Raffle
Snacks and Social Time

Everyone Welcome! See You There!

Address: 
Wilshire United Methodist Native American Fellowship
3917 NE Shaver Street
Portland, OR 97212
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (Northwest Deaf Travel League)
Saturday, October 13, 2018
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Hi
Come by and Say Hi to Bowlers & Fans..

We are still needing 7 more bowlers. Please pass the word around to see if we can fill those 7 slots
If any question.. Please contact Andrea Albers.. Her email is glowstars314@gmail.com

Any other questions.. You can contact Kitty McDaniel (Director).
Email: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com or Andrea Albers (Secretary/Treasurer).. Email: Glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
Emerald Lanes
140 Oakway Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Portland Deaf Film Festival
Saturday, October 6, 2018
9:00am - 5:00pm

Doors open at 9:15am

Morning Shorts 9:30-10:10am

"Lumberjackie" (2018), USA

Genre: Comedy Skit
Director: Amanda Hays
Producer: Andre Gray
Run Time: 3 minutes

Lumberjackie finds herself in a very hipster-ish Portland coffee bus.

"DUI- The Strength Within You" (2017) USA

Genre: Comedy
Director: Katia Belas
Producer: Katia Belas
Run Time: 3 minutes

Lina lives life at large, but when she is trying to go home after a fun night at the bar she encounters some unexpected difficulties to get her car moving, until something happens that changes everything in her mind.

"Silence" (2014) Iran

Genre: Drama/ Action
Director: Maryam Pirband
Producer: Maryam Pirband
Run Time: 7 minutes

A young Deaf mother has a hard job: she cleans outside of high buildings when she is on ropes. One day something strange happens to her, she saves a human.

"Eye of the Beholder" (2018) USA

Genre: Narrative Drama
Director: Phillip Rendell Brown II
Producer: Kerry Cooler
Run Time: 8 minutes

Jakob, born with only one normal eye, has been given a gift at a very tender age and he does not understand the sacrifice and the love of his Mother until it is too late. The stigma of his mother's blindness is piercing and he does not want to be associated with her. The truth behind his scar is revealed and the irreparable damage of his decisions and actions unfolds.

"Tama" (2017) New Zealand

Genre: Drama
Director: Ashleigh Flynn
Producer: Jared Flitcroft and Jack O'Donnell
Run Time: 9 minutes

Tama is the result of a unique collaboration between Deaf and hearing filmmakers. Tama is about a young Maori Deaf boy who tries to perform the traditional Maori war dance, the Haka, silently. He is isolated within his family where communication is challenging. On a near-fatal car trip, Tama has to confront his father, and in his struggle he begins to grow from an undervalued youth into a proud young man.

Morning Films 10:30-12:40pm

There will be a brief 10min intermission between screenings

"The Silent Child" (2018) United Kingdom

Genre: Live Action Short
Director: Chris Overton
Producer: Chris Overton and Rachel Shenton
Run Time: 20 minutes

Set in rural England and inspired by real life events, The Silent Child film centres around a profoundly Deaf four-year-old girl named Libby who is born into a middle class family. She lives a silent life until her social worker teaches her sign language.

"Our Basketball Dream" (2016) China

Genre: Drama
Director: Anthony Cheung
Producer: Bernal Lee
Run Time: 21 minutes

Lam Tung Ching desperately wants to join the Asia Deaf Basketball Competition, but struggles to because of his knee injury. But, one day he meets Yi who is new to basketball - will she change his life?

"Silent Life" (2015) USA 11:

Genre: Drama
Director: Teddy Dorsette III
Producer: Teddy Dorsette III
Run Time: 21 minutes

A young man, named Teddy, struggles to find a balance between two worlds -- hearing and Deaf. He is an aspiring student who braves the hearing world to shatter barriers and find his journey as a man. Along the way he meets a hearing girl named Isabel. She holds his heart only to shatter it and betray him. Along the way he gets advice and learns things from hearing and Deaf alike. The ending shows his final choice of who to be and how he wants to live.

Deafening Darkness

Genre: Suspense/Drama/Horror
Director: Mark Trifunovic
Producer: Candice Leigha, Ali Saeedi, Mark Trifunovic
Run Time: 20 minutes

A brave Deaf woman searching for her missing friend encounters a mysterious alien from another world struggling to come to terms with its traumatic past...

1-1:30pm PDX DFF Volunteer Speeches

1:30-2:05pm Guest Speaker Miles Barbee and short

"This Is Ed!!" (2017) USA

Genre: Comedy
Director: Bob Hiltermann
Producer: Katia Belas
Run Time: 7 minutes

"This is Ed!!" is a lighthearted comedy based on a true story illustrating that the difficulties two deaf friends have communicating with each other on the telephone can have a humorous side.

Feature Length 2:15-3:15pm

"The Godfather Running" USA

Genre: Drama/ Thriller/ Horror
Director: James Cooley
Producer: James Cooley
Run Time: 55 mins
Falling in love with a young man, a physician ventures to save his dying friend to win the man's heart against the laws of nature

Documentary 3:25-4:25pm

"Halifax Explosion- The Deaf Experience" (2017) Canada

Genre: Documentary
Director: Linda Campbell
Producer: Linda Campbell & Jim McDermott
Run Time: 38 minutes

On December 6, 1917, two ships colliding in Halifax Harbour led to one of largest explosions ever. The Halifax School for the Deaf was near, yet all survived. How? Amazing stories of community and survival are shared in ASL and MSL.

Final Film

"The Pastman" (2018) USA 4:25-4:45p

Genre: Drama
Director: Charlie Ainsworth
Producer: MJ Kielbus
Run Time: 17 minutes

In the future, time travel is possible and it is overrun with time criminals. A government agent is assigned to travel back in time to serve as a consolation to those who are affected by time crime.

Address: 
Clinton Street Theater
2522 SE Clinton St
Portland, OR 97202
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Prism of Portland's 14th Event
Saturday, October 20, 2018
5:00pm - 11:00pm

It's that time of the year again! We're having the 14th POP at the Bit House Saloon just near the Morrison Bridge on the east side of the river. Hope to see you all there! One caveat about this event is that it won't be a kid friendly event.

Address: 
Bit House Saloon
727 SE Grand Ave
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
(Vancouver) Deaf Artist Nancy Rourke visits Deaf Awareness Week at WSD
Thursday, September 27, 2018
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Well Known Deaf Artist Nancy Rourke: Presentation on her Expressionist Arts using Rourkeism method will be given. You are invited to attend her presentation. Donations will be appreicated. Co-hosted by Washington State Deaf Seniors Citizens and Washington State School for the Deaf.

Address: 
Washington State School for the Deaf
Lloyd Auditorium
611 Grand Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (Northwest Deaf Teavel League) Bowling Event in Eugene
Saturday, October 13, 2018
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Come by & say Hi to bowlers & fans

We need 6 bowlers to fill in. If any questions.

Please contact:
Andrea Albers : glowstars314@gmail.com

Kitty McDaniel: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com

Address: 
Emerald Lanes
140 Oakway Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (NORTHWEST DEAF TRAVEL LEAGUE)
Saturday, September 8, 2018
10:00am - 5:00pm

BOWLING IS BACK!!

SIGN UP AT 10AM TO 10;30AM
GET THE TEAM SET UP.

BOWL START AT NOON

USBC MEMBER FEE $28.00 (ONE TIME FEE)
BOWLING FEE $30.00 ( EVERY MONTH (SEPT TO MAY)

IF ANY QUESTION.

CONTACT:
DIRECTOR KITTY MCDANIEL
EMAIL: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
ANDREA ALBERS
EMAIL: glowstars314@gmail.com

Address: 
KINGSPINS
3550 SE 92ND AVE
PORTLAND, OR 97266
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
Deaf Fest V
Saturday, September 15, 2018
10:00am - 4:00pm

Deaf Fest V
Deaf Culture - Deaf Lanugage - Deaf Pride
Sept 15, 2018
10am - 4pm
All Public Invited!
$17 All-Day Bracelets - At Door Only, Cash/Card Accepted
For More Info or Vendor Opportunities contact OADTreasurer21@gmail.com
www.OAD1921.org
Oaks Amusement Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way
Portland, Or 97202

Address: 
Oaks Amusement Park
7805 SE Oaks Park Way
Site 15
Portland, OR 97202
Region: 
Statewide
Deaf Fest V Deaf Culture Deaf Pride Deaf Language Sept 15 2018 10am - 4pm $17 All Day Bracelets! Cash/Card At Door only All Public Invited! For More Info or Vendor Booths OADTreasurer21@gmail.com Oaks Amusement Park 7805 SE Oaks Park Way Portland, Oregon 97202 www.OAD1921.org www.OaksPark.com
Event Type: 
Celebration
Chestnut Lane 15th Anniversary Party
Avamere Chestnut Lane Gresham Assisted Living for the Deaf and Deaf Blind
Saturday, August 4, 2018
10:00am - 2:00pm

Come and celebrate Chestnut Lane Assisted Living place for the Deaf and DeafBlind. It is now entering its 15th year. We will have a BBQ, games, and a great time. See you there. NOTE: Avamere is now the owner. We are not with Brookdale anymore.

Address: 
Chestnut Lane 15th Anniversary Party
1219 NE 6th St
Gresham, OR 97030
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Movie
Northern Lights Theatre - Black Panther (PG-13)
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Upcoming CC Movie:
Closed Caption Showings
Tuesday, May 29th at 6:00 pm
Black Panther (PG-13)
Tickets are only $4.00
(Buy Tickets)
(minors under 21 allowed with parent)

Thanks to recent upgrades, we now have the ability to show movies with closed captions. The Dolby Digital Surround Sound will still be on and the CC movies will be presented on our new Digital Projector.

Please spread the word and enjoy the show.

Address: 
Northern Lights Theatre
3893 Commercial Street SE (just south of O'Reilly Auto Supply),
Salem, OR 97302
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
(Vancouver) Deaf/ ASL Paint Night
Friday, May 18, 2018
4:30pm - 8:30pm

Help Support The Vancouver Association of The Deaf by bringing you and your friends to a night of fun and painting!
Hosted by Signing Resource Interpreting Agency & VAD

ASL Interpreters Sponsored By: SRI

Address: 
La Costa Mexican Restaurant
1212 Vancouver Mall Drive
Vancouver, WA 98681
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
WOU Seabeck Chiptole Fundraising Event
Saturday, May 19, 2018
5:00pm - 9:00pm

Help support Western Oregon University students as they fundraised to go to Seabeck, the DeafBlind Retreat where they will work as safe, trusted and trained sighted guides the last week of August. We need to raise over $5,000 for all trip-related expenses.

Be sure to dine at Chipotle Keizer Station on Saturday, May 19th and MENTION/SHOW this flyer (on paper, on your phone, what-have-you) and 50% of the proceeds will support Seabeck.

Thank you!

Address: 
Chiptole
6198 Ulali Dr. NE
Keizer, OR 97303
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Interpreted Performances at Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Friday, May 25, 2018 to Sunday, May 27, 2018
6:00pm - 5:00pm

ATTENTION -- INTERPRETED PERFORMANCES AT THE OREGON SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL IN MAY 2018

Please join us on May 25-27 for interpreted performances of OKLAHOMA!, MANAHATTA and OTHELLO.

The flyer for the interpreted performances is attached to this email.
To view the promotional video in ASL with open captions and voice-over, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQdr-8cXl0w or www.osfashland.org/accessibility.

Please share this flyer and video with friends, family and colleagues who may be interested in attending.

NOTE: Tickets are available in the Deaf Community section through the Box Office only, not on-line, and may appear on the OSF web site as Sold Out; this is for general ticket sales only, tickets in the Deaf Community section are still available. You can reach the Box Office at boxoffice@osfashland.org or 800-219-8161.

Other interpreted shows during the 2018 season include:
July 6, 2018, 8:00pm - Romeo and Juliet
July 7, 2018, 8:00pm - The Book of Will
July 8, 2018, 1:30pm - Destiny of Desire
September 14, 2018, 8:00pm - Snow in Midsummer
September 15, 2018, 1:30pm - Henry V
Additional information about these performances will be available soon.

Additional information about Access Services is available on the OSF web site at www.osfashland.org/accessibility.

Thank you.

Address: 
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S. Pioneer St.
Ashland, OR
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
First Friday Art Walk featuring Jorge Martinez
Friday, May 4, 2018
5:30pm - 8:00pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJEd6WFwQj0

Please join Pacific University in the First Friday Art Walk! Students and artists from around Lane County will be featured at the Downtown Eugene campus, including Eugene's own Jorge Martinez! Jorge is the first Deaf artist to be featured at Pacific University, so let's show our full support!

Jorge's exhibition will be unique, as his artist's statement will be recorded in American Sign Language (ASL) with an English voice over and captions. Additionally, his artist statement will be translated into Lingua de Senas Mexicana (LSM) with a voice over in Spanish and captions. This method provides access to a large variety of art enthusiasts!

Fast facts:

Q: Who can come?
A: Anyone! It is free and open to the public. You do not have to be a student at Pacific to attend the event

Q: When is the event?
A: Friday, May 4th. Drop in hours from 5:30-8:00pm. Jorge will be there the full time

Q: Will there be an ASL interpreter?
A: Yes, for Jorge. Unfortunately we were only able to reserve one for him and not for other Deaf/HH guests who want to look at other exhibits. I'm sorry! :(

Q: This is the same time as Sign and Dine!
A: First, that is not a question. Second, yes it is the same time, but considering this is a drop in event, you could say hi to Jorge, then go out to eat at Dickie Joes. Or you could get a burger and then go say hi to Jorge.

Q: I am blind. How can I enjoy Jorge's artwork?
A: Jorge's artist statement recording includes a voice over image description in English and in Spanish of the pictures on display.

Q: I use a wheelchair. Is Pacific's campus accessible?
A: Yes, there is an elevator. Call the main office (541) 485-6812 for directions on how to access the elevator.

Q: Hablo español solamente ¿Puedo venir también?
A: ¡Sí! La declaración del artista de Jorge está grabada en español.

Q: Is there other art I can look at other than at Pacific University?
A: Yes! Other stops include Framing & Gallery (411 W 4th Ave), The Lincoln Gallery (309 W 4th Ave), The New Zone Gallery (220 W 8th Ave),MAVEN (271 W 8th Ave), and Passionflower Design (128 E Broadway).

Any questions, please contact Katelyn or call the main office (541) 485-6812.

Thank you!

Address: 
Pacific University
40 E. Broadway
Suite 250
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL Social Day at Deaf Owned Growlers Pub
Saturday, June 9, 2018
4:00pm - 8:00pm

FUN EVENT TO BENEFIT DSA 2019 SEATTLE CONFERENCE HOSTED BY WSDSC WWW.WSDSC.ORG

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS, RAFFLES, GIVEAWAYS AND MORE

FREE ADMISSION! 21 AND OLDER ONLY

MORE INFORMATION - MARK@CLACKAMASRIVERGROWLERS.COM

Address: 
CLACKAMAS RIVER GROWLERS
367 SE MAIN STREET
ESTACADA, OR 97023
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Camp
Northwest Christian Camp for the Deaf
Sunday, July 22, 2018 to Friday, July 27, 2018

Looking for fun, excitement, adventure, and experience friendship with Jesus Christ? Then come to our Northwest Christian Camp for the Deaf (NWCCD). This camp is available to Deaf and Hard of Hearing children or children of Deaf and Hard of Hearing parents and their siblings. Our entire staff is fluent in ASL. We provide a safe environment where deaf children can feel at home and enjoy a camp experience among their peers.

Address: 
Twin Rocks Friends Camp
18705 US-101
Rockaway Beach, OR 97136
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
iFly Closed Event for Signing Community
Monday, April 30, 2018
5:00pm - 7:00pm

We are excited to be hosting a special All Abilities Night (DEAF JAM) specifically for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing community on April 30th from 5PM - 7PM here at iFLY Portland.

All Abilities Night is intended to encourage participants to push past physical and mental limitations to make what seems impossible, possible. It was designed to inspire participants to dream bigger by turning a said "disability" into an ability!

DEAF JAM special promo is only $39.95 per flyer (close to half our actual cost). The flight package includes two flight rotations with a digital video. We will provide a night of flights, fun, food and refreshments. This event does have limited space so please claim your spot ASAP. To book offline, please contact Heather directly.

We also ask for your help in growing the popularity of this event! If you know anyone else that would be interested in participating in our event please do not hesitate to share this unique opportunity with them.

All flying participants will need to review and submit the required waiver:
https://www.iflyworld.com/flight-waiver/

Address: 
iFly Portland Indoor Skydiving
10645 Southwest Greenburg Road
Tigard, OR 97223
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Workshop
Youth Transition Resource Fair for Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Haring Students, their Families, and Transition Professionals
Saturday, April 14, 2018
10:00am - 2:00pm

Oregon's Engage for Change Committee is focused on improving youth transition services to Deaf, DeafBlind, and hard of hearing students in Oregon. This statewide resource fair was created with the goal of connecting students, families, school and community professionals, and various state, county, and private services.

Resource Booths: Vocational Rehabilitation, Centers for Independent Living, DD Services, Oregon Association of the Deaf, Work Incentives Network - Benefit Planning, ABLE Savings Account, Cherriots Transportation, TRIMET Transportation, College and University Disability Services, Oregon Commission for the Blind, Purple Video Relay Service, Access Technologies, Inc., FACT Family Network, and many more.

•Browse resource and service booths
•Attend presentations on transition
•Individual Q&A sessions on transition
•Youth-to-youth mentoring activities

Please see attached agenda for more information. We hope you join us!

More info on Facebook - @OregonEngageForChange

ASL/English interpreters, Spanish interpreters, and captioning will be provided. For other accommodation requests please contact Eleni Boston at Eleni.Boston@wesd.org or by phone at 503-385-4606.

Address: 
Willamette Education Service District
2611 Pringle Rd SE
Salem, OR 97302
Region: 
Statewide
Deaf Youth Transition Resource Fair Flier
Event Type: 
Festival
Deafopia Expo
Saturday, May 5, 2018
11:00am - 7:00pm

Deafopia Expo

SuperDeafy Walk
Mr. Seeterp Show
John Maucere's Show
Let's Make a Deal with Seth Gerlis

Hunter Gym
11am - 7pm

Admission $5
10 years old and under - FREE

www.Deafopia.com

Address: 
Washington School for the Deaf
611 Grand Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Classes
ASL SIGN LANGUAGE TUTOR
Friday, March 30, 2018

Create Date: 3/20/18 2:45 PM

Subject : ASL SIGN LANGUAGE TUTOR

Beginning Sign Language
tutor class don't say it sign it please. thank you .

Want to learn sign? hello nice to meet you? how are you?
hello my names is Aaron it is nice to meet you I am good thanks .

I am a long time signer - not an interpreter, that has spent many years with D/d/HOH People and learned to sign from deaf people themselves.

I have also been involved with Deaf socials for many years both in Oregon and Texas Communities.

Individual one on one rates are as follows :

30 minute class $30.00
lets Learn your ABCs and 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10
let's do this slow!........

1 hour class is $50.00 - save $10.00
we will start with you using your expression on your face with how to make you and how are you nice to meet you.
Contact me to make an appointment : .(Feel Free) to anytime call or email.

Aaron Caisse i am Hard of Hearing HOFH 50%
VP-5412553152 /541 255 2989
Email:signlanguagetutor2018@gmail.com

Address: 
Springfield Library
225 5TH
SPRINGFIELD, OR 97477
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Seminar
ODHHS Advisory Committee Retreat!
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Saturday, April 14, 2018
9:30am - 5:00pm

DHS

Oregon Department of Human Services

You are invited to observe
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
Advisory Committee
at their
RETREAT

Special Guest Speaker and Retreat Facilitator
Sherri Collins
President, National Association of State Agencies of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Highlights
Hard of Hearing 101
Hard of Hearing & Employment
Brainstorm Ideas for Future
Action Plan

Saturday, April 14, 2018
9:30am — 5:00pm
Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis
2500 SW Western Blvd
Corvallis, OR 97333

Reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities is available. Please contact by write email Request.ODHHSP@state.or.us two weeks prior to the event.

Limited Seating – RSVP Required
CONTACT
Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
ODHHS.Info@state.or.us
(503) 454-6100

Event is sponsored by Oregon Relay

Address: 
Hilton Garden Inn Corvallis
2500 SW Western Blvd
Corvallis, OR 97333
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL chat Starbucks at Fred Meyer
Saturday, April 21, 2018
4:00pm - 8:00pm

(DEAF) ASL chat Fred Meyer/Starbucks
up Date on time change
HOSTING:
Aaron
ASL Signer/Translator
(I am not an interpreter)
Public Welcome! (Sign Language)
(DEAF) ASL social - chat Starbucks/Fred Meyer
WHERE? Fred Meyer/Starbucks
Location: 3333 W. 11th
Eugene, Or anytime
Third Saturday
Starting ON APRIL 21st- of each month
WINTER HOURS
FROM 4 PM TO 8 PM
SPRINGTIME HOURS
4 PM TO 8 PM
deaf *Event*Among* Friend's
asldeafclub@gmail.com
VP541-255-3152/5422552989 CALL anytime thank you
I see what you say (ASL) American Sign Language
Aaron AC know lsf. aka French sign language français langue des signes oui
BSL/ British sign language

Address: 
Starbucks at Fred Meyer
3333 W. 11th
Eugene, OR 97477
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Training
(Portland) Self-defense for People with Different Abilities
Sunday, April 22, 2018
2:00pm - 5:00pm

ASL Interpreted

Designed for people with diverse needs and abilities, we begin the class with a listening session that prioritizes the safety concerns of the participants and guides the topics to be covered during the workshop. We understand that the topic of self-defense can be triggering for anyone who has experienced trauma from bullying, harassment, or assault and that the rates of violence are higher for people with diverse abilities and needs; therefore, we prioritize self-care and creating a space that is safe and inclusive to learning. Participants are empowered to choose techniques and strategies that best suit their bodies and life style. We offer a range of topics such as self-care, deescalation; strategies to stop and interrupt harassment and bullying; assertive communication, identifying healthy and unhealthy behaviors; street smarts; and physical self-defense skills. Sessions are led by facilitators who have years of experience teaching self-defense skills to people of all backgrounds, genders and ages. Workshops incorporate best practices in teaching and facilitation and include role plays and scenarios. Register Now at http://emerjsafenow.org/event/self-defense-for-people-with-different-abilities-2/

Address: 
Friendly House
1737 NW 26th Ave
Portland, OR 97210
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
(Eugene) Living Theater
Monday, April 2, 2018
3:30pm - 5:30pm

UO students and adults from the Deaf community come together to create and perform a play based on our life stories, creative writing, dance, and music. Classes are M/W from 4/2/2018-6/6/2018 from 3:30pm-5:30pm and performances are 6/8/2018 and 6/9/2018. There is NO tuition or fees associated with the class unless applying for class credit. Classes are ASL Interpreted!

Address: 
123 Global Scholars Hall, UO
1500 Moss St
Eugene, OR 97403
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
Eugene Springfield Pride Festival 2018
Saturday, August 11, 2018
12:00pm - 6:00pm

we want to Welcome! all deaf to this year
Eugene PRIDE Day Equality
No matter Gay, Straight, or bi
Lesbian, Transgendered DEAF life
I'm on the right track baby
I was born to survive
No matter black, white or beige
Chola or orient made
I'm on the right track baby
I was born to be brave
Eugene Springfield Pride Festival 2018
clock
11 August at 12:00–18:00
pin
Eugene PRIDE Day Equality Project
100 Day Island Rd, Eugene, Oregon 97401
deaf GAY B.L.T.....daef vp 541-2553-152 call t anytime ask? anything smile
Saturday, August 11, 2018
Noon-6pm • Alton Baker Park • Family and Friends
SO ARE YOU COMING.?
FREE – $5 Suggested Donation
champagnegaga@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/1352750978175241/

Address: 
Aaron Caisse
100 Day Island Rd,
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
Meet Calvin Young, Seek the World
Saturday, June 2, 2018
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Bridges Oregon, Inc. hosts our first fundraising event!

As a Deaf World Traveler, Calvin's goal is to educate, inspire, and encourage the global Deaf community to travel the world and connect with others.

When: Saturday, June 2, 2018

Time: 2 PM to 4 PM

Where: Salem Public Library, Loucks Auditorium
585 Liberty St. SE • Salem, OR 97301

Online Admission Prices now OPEN!
$5 for 14 years old and under
$7 Student with current ID
$10 General Admission

At Door: Add $5 more to individual admission ticket.

To buy ticket, please visit www.BridgesOregon.org

Reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities is available; please contact info@bridgesoregon.org.

This event is sponsored by Oregon Relay.

Address: 
Salem Public Library, Loucks Auditorium
585 Liberty St SE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Northern Lights Theatre - Star Wars: The Last Jedi (PG-13)
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
6:00pm - 8:30pm

Upcoming CC Movie:
Tuesday, March 20th at 6:00 pm
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (PG-13)
(minors under 21 allowed with parent)

Thanks to recent upgrades, we now have the ability to show movies with closed captions. The Dolby Digital Surround Sound will still be on and the CC movies will be presented on our new Digital Projecto

Address: 
Northern Lights
3893 Commercial Street SE
SALEM, OR 973024620
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWADB (Regional Men & Womens Basketball Tournament)
Saturday, March 10, 2018 to Sunday, March 11, 2018

Come and support your teams and local deaf community!
All day basketball or social fun!

Saturday Night: Deaf Social @ Hooligans

See flyer for more information.

Address: 
Heritage High School
7825 NE 130th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(Eugene) ASL Social at Starbucks
Saturday, April 21, 2018
12:00pm - 4:00pm

(DEAF) ASL social chat Starbucks
HOSTING:
Aaron
ASL Signer/Translator
(I am not an interpreter)
Public Welcome! (Sign Language)
(DEAF) ASL social - chat Starbucks/Fred Meyer
WHERE? Fred Meyer/Starbucks
Location: 3333 W. 11th
Eugene, Or anytime
every First Friday and every Third Saturday
Starting ON APRIL 21st- of each month
WINTER HOURS
FROM 12 PM TO 4 PM
SPRINGTIME HOURS
4 PM TO 8 PM
deaf *Event*Among* Friend's
asldeafclub@gmail.com
541-255-3152
I see what you say (ASL) American Sign Language
Aaron AC know lsf. aka French sign language français langue des signes oui
BSL/ British sign language

Address: 
Store Fred Meyer/Starbucks
3333 W. 11th
eugene, OR 97402
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Seminar
ASL Interpreted Event in Eugene: BE Daring
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
7:00pm

ASL interpreted event at the University of Oregon! See the link below for more information.

https://calendar.uoregon.edu/event/be_daring

Address: 
University of Oregon: EMU Ballroom
1395 University Street
Eugene, OR 97403
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
Black Deaf Americans: History , Culture, and Education Exhibit
Thursday, February 1, 2018 to Wednesday, February 28, 2018

"The Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) has recently mounted an exhibit focusing on Black Deaf Americans to celebrate Black History Month."

Address: 
University of Oregon Library
1501 Kincaid Street
Eugene, OR 97403
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Conference
Northwest DeafBlind Conference
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 to Friday, March 30, 2018

Flash News - The conference registration is now open to DB people from anywhere. Please spread the good news to your DB communities and friends. Registration will be open until sold out or until Feb 24 whichever happens first. This will be the last registration announcement.

The conference will be from Tuesday March 27 through Friday March 30 2018 held in downtown Seattle with open weekends before and after for your own pleasure.

Price $150 for DB including your SSP

Support us to recruit more volunteers so we all have a 2nd SSP

Support us to raise money to cover costs for 2nd SSP ($150 each person)

Registration includes Open and Closing Ceremonies, access to all workshops, activities, exhibitors, breakfast and lunch each day.

The price does not include hotel, Wednesday dinner, Thursday dinner, Friday dinner.

Please do not buy your plane, train or bus ticket until you receive confirmation email from the Registration Team.

Our conference website has information such as a draft schedule at:
www.nwdbconference.org/schdeule

Attached are two registration forms: one for DB and the other for SSP.

Washington State DeafBlind Citizens (WSDBC) is hosting a regional conference for the DB community. We have a conference committee called Northwest DeafBlind Conference and we’re inviting our brothers and sisters from neighboring states/province: Idaho, Oregon, Alaska and British Columbia. We are now expanding and opening this opportunity to DB from anywhere.

We also have a Facebook page: www.facebook.com/nwdbc.

Please share with your families, friends and SSPs.

The Northwest DeafBlind Conference Team
www.nwdbconference.org
www.facebook.com/nwdbc

Debra Kahn
Registration Chair
www.nwdbconference.org
www.facebook.com/NWDBC

Address: 
Seattle, WA
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Open House: Brookdale Chesnut Lane Gresham Deaf and Deaf Blind Assisted Living
Friday, February 23, 2018
10:00am - 4:00pm

Come check out our open house! Free refreshments and a chance to win a Kindle!

Address: 
Brookdale Chestnut Lane Gresham
1219 NE 6th St
Gresham, OR 97030
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Watch the BIG Game!
Sunday, February 4, 2018
3:00pm - 9:00pm

Join Us at Jake's Bar & Grill on Super Bowl Sunday!

Watch the BIG Game!

February 4, 2018
3-8pm

1686 12th St SE • Salem, OR 97302

Join us to watch "The BIG Game" and support Camp Taloali and its summer camp program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing children. Cover fee is $5.00 per person. Enjoy socializing with friends, cheering for your favorite team, playing pool, eating Salem's best hamburgers, and some drinks. Camp Taloali will also be raffling off sports related items and gift cards!
Sponsored by Camp Taloali
camp@taloali.org

Address: 
Jake's Bar & Grill
1686 12th St SE
Salem, OR 97302
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
WOMENSPACE PIZZA DAY
Thursday, January 25, 2018
9:00am - 9:00pm

bring this flyer into Papa’s Pizza Parlor on January 25 and the organization will receive 50% of the value of the food your purchase! You also have the choice of purchasing Fundraiser Bucks that are good for all future purchases. These Bucks will earn 25% of their value for the organization.
Please come into Papa’s and help us out! With your support on January 25, 2018 we can have a really successful fundraiser!
Beverages and delivery orders are excluded. These flyers cannot be distributed at Papa’s Pizza. This fundraiser flyer is valid ALL DAY only on specified date.

Address: 
PAPA’S PIZZA PARLOR
1577 Coburg Road
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
2.5 Minute Ride, interpreted performance
Friday, February 2, 2018
7:30pm - 9:00pm

"2.5 Minute Mile" by Lisa Kron

Starring Allison Mickelson (Last seen as “Alison Bechdel” in Fun Home at Portland Center Stage!)

Lisa invites you on the Kron family “vacation” to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio. You see, in spite of near-blindness, diabetes and a heart condition, Lisa’s 74-year-old father Walter insists on yearly trips to the world capital of roller coasters. But this isn’t the only journey they take together. Lisa also accompanies him to Auschwitz, where his parents were killed, and where she comes to understand more clearly the joys and sorrows of her father’s heart. A complex and searingly funny meditation on how human beings make sense of tragedy, grief, and everyday life.

Interpreted by Dot Hearn; understudy & preparation team is Kassie Hughes

“Wonderfully evocative and often seriously funny, [Kron] sets off emotional vibrations that just won’t stop.“ –Ben Brantley, New York Times

“One of the most tender and discerning family tragicomedies in recent memory.” –Linda Winer, New York Newsday

Address: 
Profile Theatre
1515 SW Morrison Street
Portland, OR 97205
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Weaving Women Together - interpreted performance
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
7:30pm - 8:45pm

A Portland Playhouse production

"Weaving Women Together"
Written and performed By Nikki Weaver
Directed By Gretchen Corbett
http://www.portlandplayhouse.org/weavingwomen

General admission; tickets $20.

In October 2015, Nikki Weaver sent a letter to 60 women - some she knew and some she didn’t - requesting a piece of fabric and an explanation of its sentimental value. The result is Weaving Women Together, an entirely female-driven piece about the loss of Weaver’s mother and how she has collected her in other women, and a magic skirt made entirely of the tales - and fabric - shared by these women.

Interpreter: Dot Hearn; understudy & preparation team Carolyn Brockway

Address: 
Hampton Opera Center
211 SE Caruthers Street
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
Kessid Church ASL Interpreted Services
Sunday, January 21, 2018
11:00am - 12:30pm

Hello!
You can watch messages online at http://www.kessid.com/interpretedmessages/

Address: 
Kessid Church, meeting in Clark College
Gaiser Hall
1933 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Camp
Camp Ollin
Friday, July 20, 2018 to Friday, July 27, 2018

Camp Ollin, powered by Deaf Sense, is a new unique recreational, yet educational youth summer camp. Our STEM+RA=STREAM program enriches campers through hands-on learning experiences. We facilitate a passion for learning in Science, Technology, liteRacy in English and American Sign Language, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics through language immersion in American Sign Language and outdoor educational programs.

Camp Ollin is ideal for campers ages 10 to 17 years old at or before August 1st with experience in American Sign Language. Campers have the opportunity to enhance their language skills in American Sign Language during their stay through our daily program activities and interactions. Campers will have access to the Amazing Ocean package plus a package option to enhance camper’s S.T.R.E.A.M. experience at Camp Ollin.

Address: 
Camp Ollin
Newport, OR
Region: 
Statewide
Camp Ollin
Event Type: 
Camp
Camp Taloali Summer Camp 2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
9:00am - 12:00pm

Camp Taloali is seeking new staff, counselor in training and CAMPERS from
ages 6-15.
This summer our theme will be on "Surviving in the Woods".
Camp Taloali consists of 111 acres of forestry, campers will pick an area to set their tents, experience cooking meals over a campfire, learning how to pack their backpacks, fishing, Nature studies, etc.

Please check our website for more info: www. taloali.org

Address: 
Camp Taloali
15934 N. Santiam Hwy SE
Stayton, OR 97383
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
(Vancouver) Heritage High School hosts Signing Idol
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Heritage High School's ASL Program Proudly Presents 10th Annual

Signing Idol

January 24, 2018

6:00pm Doors Open • 6:30pm Show

Heritage High School • 7825 NE 130th Ave • Vancouver, WA 98682

Tickets Pre-Purchased $5.00 (At the Door $7.00)
*Tickets Sell Out Quickly *Purchase at the Activities Office between 8:00am-3:45pm

For more info contact: Melissa Cayton
melissa.cayton@evergreenps.org

Additional note that are not on the flyer
It is also a competition and we have 4 amazing Deaf Judges.
We will have reserved seating for our local Deaf community members!

Address: 
Heritage High School
7825 NE 130th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
ASL Interpreted Service Unitarian Universalists - Bend
Sunday, January 21, 2018
10:30am - 11:45am

UUFCO is a liberal religious community (church)
January 21st Rev. Scott Rudolph preaches on "Our Covenantal Faith — Part 2: Bound and Determined"
Promises are full of intention, purpose, and dedication. Though some say that promises are made to be broken. In Unitarian Universalism, we gather around the promises we make to one another, and those commitments guide our relationships. We are a faith of promises. And a faith of promise.

Address: 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
61980 Skyline Ranch Road
Bend, OR 97703
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
VDAY Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues
Sunday, February 11, 2018
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Come watch us perform The Vagina Monologues where each Monologue is performed simultaneously by an Actor signing ASL and a Voicer speaking English. No cranking of your neck as you try to follow the Interpreter while missing the Performance! Check out our Silent Auction! Tickets are $10 - contact tvmeugene@gmail.com or go to Brown Bag after 1/21 (service fees apply to Brown Bag). All proceeds go to Womenspace, an organization that supports women in recovery from domestic violence.
Tickets available - www.brownpapertickets.com

Address: 
Temple Beth Israel
1175 E 29th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
VDAY Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues
Saturday, February 10, 2018
7:30pm - 9:00pm

Come watch us perform The Vagina Monologues where each Monologue is performed simultaneously by an Actor signing ASL and a Voicer speaking English. No cranking of your neck as you try to follow the Interpreter while missing the Performance! Check out our Silent Auction! Tickets are $15, contact tvmeugene@gmail.com or go to Brown Bag after 1/21 (service fees apply to Brown Bag). All proceeds go to Womenspace, an organization that supports women in recovery from domestic violence.
Tickets available - www.brownpapertickets.com

Address: 
Temple Beth Israel
1175 E 29th Ave
Eugene, OR 97403
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
VDAY Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues
Friday, February 9, 2018
7:30pm - 10:00pm

Join us for a grand opening performance of Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues at the intimate Stage Left at the Very Little Theater. We will include a meet and greet with the Cast, and you’ll get a first look at our Silent Auction. Tickets are $20 and space is limited. All proceeds will go to Womenspace, an organization that supports women in recovery from domestic violence.
Tickets are available -www.brownpapertickets.com

Address: 
The Very Little Theater
2350 Hilyard St
Eugene, OR 97405
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
ASL Interpreted: What Matters: Songs of Social Justice
Saturday, February 3, 2018
7:30pm - 10:00pm

PLC presents "What Matters: Songs of Social Justice". This promises to be a powerful evening full of hope, intersectional connection, and beautiful music. Featuring special guest performer Cynthia Butts. Join the Portland Lesbian Choir, along with director Mary McCarty and PLC's famed accompanist, Kim Horenstein.

The Saturday night show will be ASL Interpreted.

Tickets on sales now!

Presale tickets are on sale now! Grab your seat for the Friday (02/02/18) or Saturday (02/03/18) night show! https://plchoir.ejoinme.org/tickets

Address: 
Central Lutheran Church
1820 NE 21st Ave
Portland, OR 97212
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL (American Sign Language) and Social in Southern Oregon
Saturday, February 3, 2018
6:30pm - 9:00pm

Come and play bowling and chat with ASL people and eat there at blowing. Meet and see the group there. Please invite more ASL people if you know.

Address:

Epicenter Bowling and Restaurant
3901 Brooke Drive
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97603

Cross from Wal Mart and Subway Restaurant

Address: 
Epicenter Bowling and Restaurant
3901 Brooke Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
ODHHS Executive Committee meeting (Open to Public)
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
1:00pm - 3:00pm

The Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services' Executive Committee meet. The meeting is open to public.

The meeting location is accessible to people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact Kelsey Gleeson at 503-947-5104 or kelsey.gleeson@state.or.us. Requests should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting.
For questions about this meeting, please contact: Chad A. Ludwig at 503.454.6100 or chad.a.ludwig@dhsoha.state.or.us.

About the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Committee:
The committee assists the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Program (ODHHSP) by providing information and expertise on issues affecting individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Address: 
Dept. of Human Services
500 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
ODHHS Executive Committee meeting (Open to Public)
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
10:00am - 12:00pm

The Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services' Executive Committee meet. The meeting is open to public.

The meeting location is accessible to people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact Kelsey Gleeson at 503-947-5104 or kelsey.gleeson@state.or.us. Requests should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting.
For questions about this meeting, please contact: Chad A. Ludwig at 503.454.6100 or chad.a.ludwig@dhsoha.state.or.us.

About the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Committee:
The committee assists the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Program (ODHHSP) by providing information and expertise on issues affecting individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Address: 
Dept. of Human Services
500 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
ODHHS Advisory Committee meeting (Open to Public)
Friday, January 19, 2018
9:30am - 12:30pm

The Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (ODHHS) Advisory Committee (AC) will have a meeting. The meeting is open to public.

The meeting location is accessible to people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact Kelsey Gleeson at 503-947-5104 or kelsey.gleeson@state.or.us. Requests should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting.
For questions about this meeting, please contact: Chad A. Ludwig at 503.454.6100 or chad.a.ludwig@dhsoha.state.or.us.

About the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Committee:
The committee assists the Oregon Deaf and Hard of Hearing Service Program (ODHHSP) by providing information and expertise on issues affecting individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Address: 
Dept. of Human Services
500 Summer St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alumni Board and General Meeting
Oregon School for the Deaf Alumni Association
Saturday, May 19, 2018
9:30am - 2:30pm

Board and general meeting that includes alumni present in the room. We continue with projects towards 150th anniversary.

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alumni General Meeting
Oregon School for the Deaf Alumni Association
Saturday, March 17, 2018
9:30am - 3:00pm

General meeting for any alumni. It is St. Patrick's Day. Wear green. Keep an eye on potluck party info after meeting at OSDAA office through Facebook and or www.osd1870.wixsite.com/osdaa.

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97030
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alumni Board Meeting
Oregon School for the Deaf
Saturday, January 20, 2018
9:30am - 2:30pm

Alumni and visitors welcome to the meeting. We continue with several projects such as digital work, web work, museum work, archives work, and socialize.

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
Signing Santa at WOU
Friday, December 8, 2017
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Merry Christmas!

Come meet Signing Santa, Mrs. Claus and their Elf!

We invite the Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing, and CODA children to join us for a special evening.

This event is provided by the Deaf Studies and Professional Studies Division at Western Oregon University.

Interpreters will be provided if needed.

Address: 
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave
RWEC Building, Room 101
Monmouth, OR 37361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
A Christmas Carol - interpreted performance
Friday, December 22, 2017
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Join Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghostly spirits who visit on Christmas Eve and guide the grumpy miser through a redemptive and transformative journey towards friendship and love. Hopeful, musical, and above all fun; our production has won three awards, including: BEST PLAY, BEST ENSEMBLE, and BEST DIRECTOR.

Performances will be held at Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center, 221 SE Caruthers Street, Portland. This location offers ample parking and quick access to the street car, max trains and buses at the base of the Tilikum Crossing.

Address: 
Portland Playhouse
Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center
221 SE Caruthers Street
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
A Christmas Carol - interpreted performance
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Join Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghostly spirits who visit on Christmas Eve and guide the grumpy miser through a redemptive and transformative journey towards friendship and love. Hopeful, musical, and above all fun; our production has won three awards, including: BEST PLAY, BEST ENSEMBLE, and BEST DIRECTOR.

Performances will be held at Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center, 221 SE Caruthers Street, Portland. This location offers ample parking and quick access to the street car, max trains and buses at the base of the Tilikum Crossing.

Address: 
Portland Playhouse
Portland Opera's Hampton Opera Center
221 SE Caruthers Street
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OSD Alimni Board Meeting
Oregon School for the Deaf Alumni Association
Saturday, December 2, 2017
9:30am - 2:30pm

Meeting at OSDAA office - Kuenzi Hall (primary dorm) -- park on Locust Street. You will see awning with light on by the door.

Alumni and friends welcome to board meeting. We all will chip in cleaning time after the meeting. Dusting, deep-cleaning here and there ... museum, office and archives. Bring your old rags.

We are PANTHERS!

Address: 
Oregon School for the Deaf
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OR-ASLTA General and Election Meeting
Saturday, December 2, 2017
10:00am - 3:00pm

Greetings Everyone!

This is a gentle reminder email to mark December 2nd for the ORASLTA General Meeting / Election and workshop.

Location:

Portland Community College
Sylvania Campus
12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
Directions
Building TCB
Room 212

Time:

Saturday, December 2nd
General Meeting / Election: 10am - 12pm
Lunch 12pm - 1pm
Workshop: 1pm - 3pm

Please visit our new website at www.oraslta.org - inform your friends, colleagues and allies to sign up on our email list!

Please watch the video announcement from Guthrie at:

https://youtu.be/ayiMkePJoMo

We will be voting for a new:

President
Vice-President
Treasurer

Now is your opportunity to join and make change!

Valentino Vasquez will be presenting on the "Functions of Communication" workshop (free of charge!). An understanding of how communication and its functions will help us as teachers to create new curriculums and activities for our students. See his video here:

https://youtu.be/B1lWHrDrO2A

Please bring $15 in cash to renew/join your ORASLTA membership for 2017-2018.

Another note - I know some teachers who should get this email, but their emails are bouncing back because of firewalls put in place by their employer's IT. Can you please pass this email to them directly if you can?

See you there!!

Warmly,

Guthrie

The membership benefits include but are not limited to:

Enables you to help set the course for OR-ASLTA’s future by helping OR-ASLTA continue to direct Oregon, including our close neighbors in Washington, and nationally on the ASL standards and practices in educational settings. Your support will, also, help us provide educational opportunities through outreach, workshops and networking. With your involvement and membership renewals, OR-ASLTA is able to continue to make a difference for the ASL users in the Deaf/HH communities.

Address: 
Portland Community College
12000 SW 49th Ave
Sylvania Campus, Building TCB, Room 212
Portland, OR 97219
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL and Social in Southern Oregon
Saturday, December 2, 2017
6:30pm - 9:00pm

ASL and Social event invites hearing impaired people to Starbucks to chat with ASL sign language. All ages, seniors and students are welcome. Have fun and chat.

Address: 
Starbucks Coffee
2740 S. 6th St
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Portland Deaf Night Out
Saturday, December 2, 2017
5:00pm - 11:59pm

Come & join us at this popular Pool Hall in Downtown Portland. This bar serves beer, cocktails & wine. There are flat screen TV to watch your sports games. This is a 21+ restaurant & you will be carded at starting at 9pm. Bring money for the pool games too!

Address: 
Rialto Poolroom
529 SW 4th Ave
Portland, OR 97204
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
Mt. Carmel Lutheran Welcomes Everyone to Our ASL Interpreted Sunday Services
Sunday, November 19, 2017
10:00am - 11:00am

Mt. Carmel is a place where traditional faith intersects progressive values. All are welcome.

We provide a certified ASL interpreter every Sunday morning. Services begin at 10:00 a.m. Please join us!

We are a Christ-centered faith community whose reason for being is to share God’s love through worship, service and community. We strive to be a loving, accepting, and healing force in our church, our city, and the world.

A "Reconciling in Christ" congregation, Mt. Carmel welcomes all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Address: 
Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church
515 SW Maplecrest Drive
Portland, OR 97219
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
Annual Senior and Friends Holiday Buffet Style Luncheon Fundraiser
Saturday, December 2, 2017
11:00am - 2:00pm

https://squareup.com/store/oregon-association-of-the-deaf
Tickets won’t be sold at the door. Please purchase tickets before November 30.

Address: 
HomeTown Buffet
636 Lancaster Dr NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues 2018 INTEREST MEETING
Monday, November 13, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm

In 1998, a non-profit charity, "V-Day", was incorporated with the intent of using performances of The Vagina Monologues to raise money to benefit female victims of violence and sexual abuse. Eugene/Springfield Shadowed Performance of The Vagina Monologues 2018 will have 2 Interest Meetings. A Shadowed Performance is where each piece is performed by 2 actors: one voicing and one signing, performing simultaneously. Want to act? Curious? No experience necessary, and no one turned away. Two Interest Meetings are scheduled: 11/13 at LCC Downtown RM 312 from 6-8pm and 11/18 at Springfield Library Conference RM 2 from noon-2 pm. For more information, please write to tvmeugene@gmail.com

Address: 
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
The 11th POP Event
Saturday, November 18, 2017
6:30pm - 11:59pm

Fall's here! That's right, the next POP Event is coming on Nov 18th! Everyone is welcome to meet, catchup, and network within our community of open-minded people! It'll be family-friendly until 8pm. Age 21 & over after 8pm.

Address: 
Century
930 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97214
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Portland's Deaf Night Out
Saturday, November 4, 2017
5:30pm - 11:59pm

Every FIRST Saturday each month

Visit Facebook page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/Portland-DNO-238297386222744/

Contact for details: Portland DNO at dphhportland@gmail.com

Address: 
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL Night in Grant Pass
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
5:30pm - 8:00pm

Candela Dance Studio 122 NE F St., Grants Pass OR, 97526

Event Candela Halloween Party

October 27, 2017
Friday Night
7:20pm - 11pm

For Young Adult who Sign ASL & Dancing

Dress to Scare your friends or new people your life.

Admission 10 Dollars

Address: 
Dutch Bros
332 NW 6th St
Grant Pass, OR 97526
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL Night in Salem
Sunday, October 22, 2017
5:00pm - 6:30pm

This is a 10 week event (until December) held on Sundays from 5pm-6pm (ish) and is lead by Rian Gayle!

In this course, we are moving past the mundane (father, mother... etc) and academic signs and are diving right into the social and colorful aspects of ASL!

You will be learning how to translate popular English sayings, use common responses and questions, and even sign to music! That means you are also expected to already know or practice the alphabet and numbers. You can find them here: https://youtu.be/tkMg8g8vVUo
https://youtu.be/hFCXyB6q2nU

If there are certain signs you want to know, just ask Rian after class and he will be happy to show you.

So grab a glass of cider and prepare to have some fun with ASL.

** Reminder that Salsa Sunday Lessons begin at 7pm, so hey, just stay and learn it all.

This course if for students 21+
Outside food is welcome.
(located in the alley between Court and Chemeketa Streets)

Address: 
1859 Cider Brewery
249 Liberty St NE, Ste 140
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Seminar
Forced From Home exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders - Free event!
Saturday, October 21, 2017
10:00am - 11:00am

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is currently in Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square (Monday, October 16– Sunday, October 22) with our Forced From Home exhibition.

Forced From Home is a free interactive exhibition designed to expose the realities of the global refugee crisis. More than 65 million people are now displaced worldwide, including refugees and asylum seekers whose lives are further endangered by policies that deny them protection. With experienced Doctors Without Borders aid workers leading the tour, visitors engage with stories and materials gathered from refugee camps, sea rescue missions, and emergency medical projects around the world. Guests will gain a deeper understanding of the challenges facing people who have been forced from home, and of humanitarian efforts to help them.

We would love to invite the deaf and hard of hearing community to join us as we have hired an ASL interpreter for the 10 a.m. tour on Saturday, October 21st. This is completely free and open to the public!

General information:
Name: Forced From Home exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders
Date: Saturday 10/21
Time: 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square – 701 SW 6th Avenue, Portland, OR 97205
Website: http://www.forcedfromhome.com/locations/pioneer-courthouse/
Cost: Free! No need to sign up, just show up!
Questions?: forcedfromhome@newyork.msf.org

Address: 
Pioneer Courthouse Square
701 SW 6th Avenue
Portland, OR 97205
Region: 
Statewide
Forced From Home exhibition presented by Doctors Without Borders
Event Type: 
Celebration
Halloween Bash in Vancouver
Saturday, October 28, 2017
7:00pm - 2:00am

Get your best costume on and join us for a night of FUN!!!

Costume Contest Scariest, Sexiest & Original), Games and Prizes
(Venue has Darts and Pool Tables as well)

See you soon!

Address: 
Silver Saloon Bar & Grill
6718 NE Fourth Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Silent Chat Night in SE Portland
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
5:00pm - 8:00pm

David Douglas High School’s ASL Honors Society invites all members of the Deaf community (Deaf, CODA, high school and college hearing ASL students, interpreters, etc.) to come to our Silent Chat Night – a place to mingle with other people in the ASL community voice-off. They happen the second Wednesday of every month during the school year from 5pm-8pm at the Burgerville in SE Portland (122 & Stark): 429 SE 122nd Ave. Hope to meet you there! :)

Address: 
Burgerville (SE 122nd & Stark)
429 SE 122nd Ave
Portland, OR 97233
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
ASL Interpreted Service Unitarian Universalists - Bend
Sunday, October 22, 2017
10:30am - 11:45am

"95 Theses"
Rev. Scott Rudolph
500 years ago in October, 1517, Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses to the door of All Saints' Church, Wittenberg, Germany and started the Protestant Reformation. He was protesting practices of the Church and looking for justice. Our world today is still in need of reformation and justice. We will gather around these ideas in worship rather than nail them to the front door.

Address: 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
61980 Skyline Ranch Road
Bend, OR 97703
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
ASL Interpreted Service Unitarian Universalists - Bend
Sunday, October 8, 2017
10:30am - 11:45am

"What Have You Left Out"
Dawn Song, Lay-led
Dawn talks about her journey from the loneliness of isolation to wholeness and how she let the Light in.

Address: 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
61980 Skyline Ranch Road
Bend, OR 97703
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Halloween Bunco Potluck Event in Vancouver
Saturday, October 28, 2017
5:00pm - 9:00pm

Admission: $ 10 with costume.
Witch's Penalty for non-costume wearers!!

Potluck Begins at 6 PM

Please bring Dish according to your last name initial
A-G - Salad or appetizer
H-P - Main dish (example: lasagna or meatballs/pasta)
Q-Z - Halloween or Bunco decorated dessert

Bunco Games begins at 7 PM

Sorry children not permitted.

We will have a Jail for Bad trickers. Bring coins to bail them out.

Circle your calendar now .... October 28th

Limited space to 75 people. Please RSVP to Committee:
Ellen Scheppach at ellenscheppach@gmail.com

Address: 
The American Legion Hall, Smith-Reynolds Post 14
4607 NE St. James Road
Vancouver, WA 98663
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
Halloween in the Woods at Camp Taloali
Saturday, October 28, 2017
11:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday, October 28, 2017
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Children’s Activities: Crafts and Games
Climbing Tower (weather permitting)
Lunch: Hot dogs, chips & drinks (12:00)
Children’s Costume Parade (at 12:15)
(with prizes for four children’s age groups)
Creepy Cabins Trick or Treat (12:30)
Free Community Event! Please RSVP (see below)
Donations gratefully accepted to support
Camp Taloali’s Summer Camp Program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
Contact for more information: Camp Taloali Administrative Office 503-400-6547
RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/1721155604768582/
CAMP TALOALI is located at 15934 N. Santiam Hwy SE Stayton, OR 97383.
www.taloali.org

Address: 
Camp Taloali, Inc.
15934 N Santiam Hwy SE
Stayton, OR 97383
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Portland's Deaf Night Out (DNO)
Saturday, October 7, 2017
5:00pm - 11:59pm

Learn more

https://www.facebook.com/events/1757063031253332/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A%223%22%2C%22ref_newsfeed_story_type%22%3A%22regular%22%2C%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D

Address: 
Fat Head's Brewery
131 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Seminar
An Evening with Sean Berdy at PCC
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
6:30pm - 8:30pm

Link: https://seanberdy.ticketleap.com/pcc/

An Evening with Sean Berdy is an inspirational and humorous journey through Sean's life. Berdy, best known for his 5-year portrayal of the "Deaf James Dean" character, Emmett, on Switched at Birth, strives to inspire others by using his own compelling life story as an example of what one can achieve if they never stop believing in themselves and refuse to let others define their limitations.

Fans of Sean’s ASL music videos will also be happy to know he will be performing one of his favorite songs at the event. Following Sean’s inspirational presentation and musical performance, he will open the floor to questions and then close the evening with an opportunity to personally say hello and perhaps snap a fun picture or two.

Sean's presentation, Q&A, and Meet & Greet will all be sign-to-voice interpreted.

NOTE: Please purchase your tickets online now. Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.

An Evening with Sean Berdy is part of Sean's ASL Champions Tour. Proceeds for the event will be shared with this event's ASL Champion and gracious host, Portland Community College's Sign Language Interpretation program. Thank you for supporting this wonderful program!

RESTRICTIONS
Event attendees are kindly asked not to record videos or take pictures during the presentation. There will be an opportunity to take a photo with Sean following the Q&A portion of the event. Thank you!

Address: 
PCC Sylvania Campus
12000 Southeast 49th Avenue
Performing Arts Center
Portland, OR 97219
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Every Brilliant Thing - interpreted performance
Thursday, October 12, 2017
7:30pm - 8:35pm

"Every Brilliant Thing"
By Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe
Starring Isaac Lamb
Directed by Rose Riordan

A kid makes a list for his mom. A list of everything worth living for in the world. He needs her to read the list so she doesn’t try to leave the world again. As the kid grows up and experiences more life, more love, and more loss, his list of every brilliant thing gets longer and more vital with each addition. Duncan Macmillan’s play shines hilarious and compassionate light in dark corners of the human condition, and the way in which the creators have constructed the performance is refreshingly theatrical. A reminder that hope is never truly lost, and a testament to the healing power of storytelling.

Use promo code SIGN when ordering tickets to get seats in the interpreted section and with the Deaf Community discount.

Check the PCS website for other potential ticket discounts, such as the $5 Arts for All program and Rush/Stand By tickets. https://www.pcs.org/current-season/ticket-specials

Address: 
Portland Center Stage at The Armory
128 NW 11th
Portland, OR 97209
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Amelia Earhart's First Flight - interpreted performance
Saturday, October 7, 2017
11:00am

The Starlings, NWCT’s all-bird, all-puppet acting troupe, return for this imaginative exploration of the airplane. Follow Amelia Earhart on an interactive, puppet-fueled extravaganza as she soars through the history of women in flight from the early airplane to the space program.

When ordering tickets, click on Section E and then click pink seats - these are the interpreted section. A message will pop up that these are for the signing community; click "ok." https://nwcts.secure.force.com/ticket#seats_a0F0W00000jmXFyUAM_0_g

Address: 
NW Children's Theater and School
1819 NW Everett Street
Portland, OR 97209
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Fun Home - interpreted performance
Thursday, October 5, 2017
7:30pm

"Fun Home" - the musical
Music by Jeanine Tesori; Book and Lyrics by Lisa Kron
Based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel
Directed by Chris Coleman

Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical of 2015!

Based on Alison Bechdel’s witty and wistful illustrated autobiography of the same name, the Tony Award-winning musical Fun Home ushers us inside Alison’s head — at three different ages — as she struggles to process the chain of childhood events that made her the adult she is today. Growing up in a funeral home as the closeted lesbian daughter of a father with secrets of his own was complicated. But by looking back on her family life, and remembering all the loving, silly, and even shameful moments, she learns to see her parents — and herself — for who they really are.

Use promo code SIGN when ordering tickets to get seats in the interpreted section and with the Deaf Community discount.

Check the PCS website for other potential ticket discounts, such as the $5 Arts for All program and Rush/Stand By tickets. https://www.pcs.org/current-season/ticket-specials

Address: 
Portland Center Stage at The Armory
128 NW 11th
Portland, OR 97206
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Meeting
OAD Board Meeting
Saturday, September 23, 2017
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Oregon Association of the Deaf hosts an open board meeting in OAD office across from OSDAA museum at OSD.

For more information, please contact our secretary at OADSecretary@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Address: 
OAD Office at OSD
999 Locust St NE
Salem, OR 97303
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (Northwest Deaf Travel League) Bowling in Silverton
Saturday, October 14, 2017
12:00pm - 5:00pm

We have 10 teams.
Would like spread words around that need women to fill in the team..

Come by & say HI!!

Any questions.
Please contact:
Kitty McDaniel : Email: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com
Andrea Albers: Email: glowstar314@gmail.com

Address: 
Silver Creek Lanes
500 West C Street
Silverton, OR 97381
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Ghost Tour for deaf people only
Sunday, October 1, 2017
4:00pm - 6:00pm

The Downtown Oregon City Walk with the Spirits Tour is a 2 hour tour covering over 20 blocks of the Historic Downtown Oregon City, around and along Main Street. Tours start and end at the base of the Historic Oregon City Elevator at 7th and Railroad Ave.) Guests will pass by some of the most haunted places in Downtown Oregon City and will hear real ghost stories based on documented research. Join us as we explore and share Downtown Oregon City's most amazing history, legends and folklore. Sites include the Oregon City Elevator, Clackamas County Courthouse, the Tunnel, the Old 8th St. Dock and more.

* ASL Interpreters will be present for deaf group. *

Date: Sunday, October 1st 4-6 PM - Tour

Meet at Historic Oregon City Elevator at 7th and Railroad Ave, Oregon City, OR 97045

Cost: $ 20 per person

Limited number of tickets can be sold - Please RSVP to Teresa9093@gmail.com by Sept 1, 2017

After tour, we can go out to eat dinner on Main Street.

Address: 
Ghost Tours
7th
Railroad Avenue
Oregon City, OR 97045
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
NWDTL (NORTHWEST DEAF TRAVEL LEAGUE) in Portland area
Saturday, September 9, 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm

Good afternoon everyone,

It is almost the season for bowling time!!!! yayayaya!!!

I got the information from USBC.

Here is the cost

For USBC member it is $26.00
For whom already paid another local leaque that started before this is $0
For whom is from out of state $13.00

Our monthly bowling fee is $30.00 for 6 games.

We will also have most improvement $2.00 and sponsor fee $10.00 which is not due until November.

Please spread this message who is interested in showing up bowling.

So for those who are interested in bowling.
Please show up Sept 9th at Kings Pin Bowling Lane in Portland
Their address is 3550 SE 92nd Ave, Portland, OR 97266.

Please be there at 10am for sign up and pay fees and set up team if needed. You will need to pay on first day is

$26.00 for USBC fee
$30.00 for bowling lane fee
total is $56.00 due on Sept 9th 2017.

for those of you who doesn't have a team to bowl on. Show up and we will try to pair you up with an team.

You need to get a team of 4 bowlers can be
*1 men and 3 women
* 1 women and 3 men
* 2 men and 2 women

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me
My vp is 503 303 8949 or text me at 971 204 2323
Email: glowstars314@gmail.com

You can also contact Melody (Kitty) McDaniel Her vp# is 503 444 8129 or text 503-875-7762 email: ducksbeavers5989@gmail.com as well if you wanted to. She is our Director for Deaf Traveling League.

See you all in September.

Below is the monthly houses list

September 9, 2017 -(Portland)

October 14, 2017- (Silverton)

November 11, 2017- (Vancouver)

December 9, 2017- (Eugene)

January 13, 2018- (Wilsonville)

February 10, 2018- (Lebanon)

March 10, 2018- (Gresham)

April 14, 2018- (Eugene)

May 12, 2018- (Hillsboro)

Address: 
KingPins Lanes
3550 SE 92nd Ave
Portland, OR 97266
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
ASL Beer & Cider Day!
Saturday, September 9, 2017
4:00pm - 8:00pm

Art Mural Talk and Walk

Join us at 4 PM at the patio - Deaf Artist Pattie Roles will display/describe her murals in the patio. Afterwards, follow us on a brief walking tour of other murals throughout the town of Estacada.

City Hall will be having a Trade Show and free hot dogs will be provided!

Free Admission! (21 years old and older only)

Address: 
Clackamas River Growlers
367 SE Main Street
Estacada, OR 97023
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
FOSD's Fun Raiser at Boon's Treasury
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
5:00pm - 12:00am

Join Friends of Oregon School for the Deaf (FOSD) at Boon’s Treasury! Proceeds from the evening support projects like: • The Family Learning Program • Expansion of Career Technical Ed programs • Guest Speakers, Field Trips • Other Innovative Educational Programs.
Eat, drink, have fun with friends and family, do good!

Address: 
Boon's Treasury
888 Liberty St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
Interpreted Performances at Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Friday, July 21, 2017 to Sunday, July 23, 2017
5:30pm - 11:00pm

Please join us on July 21-23, 2017 for interpreted performances of The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Odyssey, and Disney's Beauty and the Beast, and other special events.

A short video about the interpreted performances is on the OSF YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mvo1lqLQXU.

The flyer for the interpreted performances is also attached to this email.

Please share this video and flyer with friends, family and colleagues who may be interested in attending.

Additional information about Access Services is available on the OSF web site at www.osfashland.org/accessibility.

Thank you.

Address: 
Access Services Coordinator
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S. Pioneer St., OR 97520
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Seminar
Meet the Author at WOU
Friday, July 14, 2017
8:30am - 4:00pm

Deaf Mental Health:
the Development of a
Clinical Specialty

Neil Glickman

Friday, July 14, 2017
8:30 AM to 4 PM

Western Oregon University
Richard Woodcock Education Center
Room: 101

$50/per person
$30/student

Includes: coffee, light refreshment in AM and PM. Sandwich for lunch (build your own from tray)

Address: 
Richard Woodcock Education Center
Western Oregon University
345 Monmouth Ave
Monmouth, OR 97361
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
"Share Tank"
Thursday, June 29, 2017
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Friends of OSD has been selected as one of only four nonprofits to present at "Share Tank" at the Elsinore in Salem on June 29. We are trying to raise money for a digital router for the Construction Technology Program. Please consider coming! Bring your family and friends. Here is a link to buy tickets and see a brief promotional video:

Tickets available at http://www.ticketswest.com/events/share-tank/217768/
A commercial that can be posted to Facebook, emails, etc.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/zp4ux7xplm7had6/Share%20Tank%20Commercial_YouTube-Vimeo%20HD%20720p.mp4?dl=0

Address: 
Elsinore Theater
170 High St SE
Salem, OR 97301
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
Deaf Guest Speaker - Pastor Mike Remington, Signs of Life Baptist Church and Remington Deaf Ranch
Sunday, June 18, 2017
10:00am - 11:00am

Pastor Mike Remington (Signs of Life Baptist Church) will present the work he is doing at Remington Deaf Camp and will preach the Sunday morning message.

Address: 
Mid-Valley Baptist Church
925 NW Kings Blvd
Corvallis, OR 97330
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
DeafBlind Oregonians gathering at Festival of Balloons
Saturday, June 24, 2017
5:30am - 8:30am

DeafBlind Oregonians Fusion
Presents: Festival of Balloons
Let’s celebrate DeafBlind Awareness Week at the Festival of Balloons!
We will be able to see, and experience, really big HOT AIR BALLOONS up close. Weather permitting, we will also be able to watch them fly into the sky. This event will provide a chance for people who have Dual Sensory Loss to socialize, make new friends and be out in the community. Bring your camping chair, an outdoor chair and/or a blanket to sit on. There will be FREE BREAKFAST: Juice, fruit and Muffins.
When: June 24, 2017
Time: 5:30 AM to 8:30 AM
Location:
Cook Park
17005 SW 92nd Ave
Tigard, OR 97224
Parking: Tigard High School Field ($5.00 per car)
Tickets: $7 (Unlimited access to the Festival)
Website: www.tigardballoon.org
If you would like to attend or have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me at Heather159@juno.com or on Facebook: DeafBlind Oregonians Fusion
Please let me know at Heather159@juno.com if:
You would like to Volunteer or Volunteer as an SSP

Address: 
Cook Park
17005 SW 92nd Ave
Tigard, OR 97224
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Portland Deaf Night Out (DNO)
Saturday, June 3, 2017
5:00pm - 11:00pm

Come to NW Portland at McMenamin's Blue Moon Tavernl & Grill! No reservations but first come first serve. Enjoy playing a game of pool for your 8-ball enjoyment, or try one of our two 22 ft. shuffleboard tables. There are outdoor seatings too. This is a kids friendly restaurant until 9pm & then it's 21+.

Address: 
McMenamins Blue Moon Tavern & Grill
432 NW 21st Ave
Portland, OR 97209
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
The 10th POP Event!
Saturday, June 24, 2017
7:00pm - 11:00pm

Summer's almost here and you know what that means? That's right, the next POP Event where everyone is welcome to meet, catchup, and network within our community of open-minded people! There's a video annoucement in the POP Facebook page, check it out!

Address: 
Patton Maryland
5101 N Interstate
Portland, OR 97217
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
The Merry Wives of Windsor: Sign Interpreted at OSF
Friday, July 21, 2017
8:00pm - 11:00pm

Big-city guile meets small-town wiles
Sir John Falstaff—Prince Hal’s amoral drinking buddy from the Henry IVs—and his entourage are wearing out their welcome in Windsor. The quiet little burg isn’t big enough for his antics and appetites, especially when he sets his lecherous sights on Mistresses Page and Ford and their money. Meanwhile, Mistress Page’s winsome daughter, Anne, is under romantic siege from several local admirers. It’s a hilarious battle of wits as the merry wives and their neighbors go to town on Falstaff and try to make rubes of him and his city slickers.

Address: 
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S. Pioneer St
Ashland, OR 97520
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Theatre
The Odyssey: Sign Interpreted at OSF
Saturday, July 22, 2017
8:00pm - 11:00pm

The hero’s journey home
The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus has not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she has finished her husband’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son? Adapter and director Mary Zimmerman (Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials and steadfast love.

Address: 
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S. Pioneer St.
Ashland, OR 97520
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Celebration
DSSO Last Day Celebration
Saturday, July 22, 2017
5:00pm - 11:00pm

We are celebrating 25 years of Deaf Services of Southern Oregon. We are also saying good bye to DSSO - DSSO will be no more after that.

Address: 
Rogue Regency Inn
2300 Biddle Rd
Medford, OR 97504
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Religious
ASL Interpreted Service Unitarian Universalists - Bend
Sunday, May 14, 2017
10:30am - 11:30am

Rev. Antonia Won speaking, "Someone Else's Babies"
This Mother's Day, Rev. Antonia shares her stories and reflections on racism and privilege, as a mother of biracial children, as someone living between two countries, and as a Unitarian Universalist.

Address: 
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon
61980 Skyline Ranch Road
Bend, OR 97703
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Festival
2017 Eugene-Springfield Pride Day Festival
Saturday, August 12, 2017

Family and Friends - come one come all! A day long event at Alton Baker Park featuring live entertainment, food, drinks, vendors and fun.

The Pride Celebration is a social venue for our LGBTQIA community. While it is primarily a community event, it also exists for families, friends, allies and guests from all over the Northwest. Come show your PRIDE and celebrate the creativity and talent of our amazing queer community.

The Eugene/Springfield Pride Festival is organized each year by a committee of dedicated and resourceful volunteers. Please contact us for more information about how to get involved.

Want to be a Vendor? Email vendor@eugene-pride.org
Become a Sponsor! Reach out to sponsor@eugene-pride.org
Help at the Event! Email volunteer@eugene-pride.org
Perform! Inquire via email entertainment@eugene-pride.org
Help Spread the Word! Email marketing@eugene-pride.org

See you in August, friends!

http://eugene-pride.org/ https://www.facebook.com/events/1565507607092392/

Address: 
Eugene PRIDE Day Equality Project
100 Day Island Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
Wine Tasting Fundraising Party
Sunday, May 21, 2017
12:30pm - 4:00pm

WSDSC will host ONEHOPE Wine Tasting Fundraising Party.

Wine Tasting starts at 12:30 pm
Accepting orders at 3:30 pm
Party ends at 4:00 pm

Limited supply of OneHope Nyle DiMarco signature series wines will be sold.

All proceeds will go to Nyle DiMarco Foundation and Washington State Deaf Senior Citizen.

Must RSVP by May 5 - please email to teresa9093@gmail.com - Limited tickets available.

Shop at: https://www.viaonehope.com/jeannie8

Address: 
SWCDHH
301 SE Hearthwood Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98684
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
ASL Social
Annual Deaf Stompfest VII
Saturday, September 23, 2017 to Sunday, September 24, 2017
1:00pm - 5:00pm

Two days of wine and fun!

Saturday, Sept. 23 1 - 5 pm
Blind Wine Tasting
Hosted by Rusty Wales, Vintner Prince of Wales Wines
Appetizers, Buffet and Dessert provided.
Silent Auction
Door Prizes

Hurry! Limited tickets available!
$ 45 per person
Advance purchase only by August 1, 2017

To purchase tickets, please send a check to
D.E.A.F
P.O. Box 2561
Vancouver, WA 98668-2561
Tickets are non-refundable, and are not available at the event.
For more information, please email to deafoffice@deaf-wa.org

You must be 21 or older to attend.

Sunday, Sept. 24 11 - 4 pm

Stomping Contest at
Willamette Valley Vineyard
8800 Enchanted Way SE
Turner, OR 97392

It will be additional cost for admission included wine tasting & music and stomping contest.

For more information, please email to teresa9093@gmail.com

This event benefits D.E.A.F., an organization whose mission is to enhance the education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children and youth at the Washington School for the Deaf.

D.E.A.F. is a 501C3 nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible. Find us at www.deaf-wa.org and Facebook at wsddeaf.

Thank you

Address: 
Clackamas River Growlers
367 SE Main Street
Estacada, OR 97023
Region: 
Statewide
ASL Social
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
Deaf Beer Evening in July
Saturday, July 8, 2017
4:00pm - 8:00pm

To Benefit 2019 DSA Conference hosted by WSDSC - www.wsdsc.org

Deaf Seniors of America in Seattle, WA - more information can be found on this link http://dsa2019seattle.org

Light refreshments, raffles, giveaways and more

Free Admission - 21 and older only

Address: 
Clackamas River Growlers
367 SE Main Street
Estacada, OR 97023
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
Deaf Beer Day
Saturday, June 10, 2017
4:00pm - 8:00pm

To Benefit 2019 DSA Conference hosted by WSDSC - www.wsdsc.org

Deaf Seniors of America in Seattle, WA - more information can be found on this link http://dsa2019seattle.org

Light refreshments, raffles, giveaways and more

Free Admission - 21 and older only

Address: 
Clackamas River Growlers
367 Main Street
Estacada, OR 97023
Region: 
Portland Area
Deaf Beer Day
Event Type: 
ASL Social
(DEAF) ASL social chat EUGENE Starbucks
Friday, April 28, 2017 to Saturday, April 29, 2017

(DEAF) ASL social chat Starbucks
HOSTING: Aaron
ASL Signer/Translator
(I am not an interpreter)
Public Welcome! (Sign Language)
(DEAF) ASL social chat Starbucks

WHERE: 495 West 7th Avenue
WHEN: 5:30pm to ???
Every 1st Fridays and 3rd Saturdays and last day every of the Month
Starting on November 4th - 2016
when 4:OO PM TO?
every First and every Third Saturday of each month
Same Time – Same Place
deaf *Event*Among* Friend's
asldeafclub@gmail.com
this event is on facebook too
https://www.facebook.com/groups/deafASLsocialStarbucks/
VP -541-255-3152 .- 503-874-6512
(Please! Contact Me at Anytime) Smile!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/deafASLsocialStarbucks/
I see what you say (ASL) American Sign Language
Aaron AC know lsf. aka French sign language français langue des signes oui BSL/ British sign language

Address: 
Aaron caisse
springfild, OR 97477
Region: 
Statewide
Event Type: 
Fundraiser
Deaf Beer Day
Saturday, May 13, 2017
4:00pm - 8:00pm

To Benefit 2019 DSA Conference hosted by WSDSC - www.wsdsc.org

Deaf Seniors of America in Seattle, WA - more information can be found on this link http://dsa2019seattle.org

Light refreshments, raffles, giveaways and more

Free Admission - 21 and older only

Address: 
Clackamas River Growler
367 SE Main St
Estacada, OR 97023
Region: 
Statewide