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February 3, 2018 - 9am - 4pm ~
DeafBlind Support Service -
Provider (SSP) Training FREE Workshop

UNC-G School of Education Building
1300 Spring Garden St
Greensboro, NC 27412
Please register soon as possible
because there is limited seating
See flyer in pdf for more info
Christina.moore@dhhs.nc.gov
or VP, 336-541-6451


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Museum Fund
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NEWS FOR WILMINGTON
MOVIEGOERS

A New Movie Theater Just Opened Up in
Wilmington, The Pointe – 14 offers
captioning  using an infrared energy
device which is placed in your cup
holder. They also offer descriptive audio
and assistive listening devices.
Located at 2223 Blockbuster Blvd.
Wilmington, NC 28412

 

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Deaf NC Events for ALL of North Carolina
Deaf North Carolina Events
 2017
This site was updated on 01/13/2018 07:30 PM
Welcome to the only website of events for the Deaf and Hard of  Hearing for all of North Carolina.
If you have an event that you would like to see posted here please  go to this page
(email address is now updated)
And posting your flyers are also welcome.

Please note: Due to circumstances beyound our control and due to time limintations, website's events updates are now sheduled within weekends so please send your entries by Fridays as possible, thank you.
It will also take longer for us to post your
event if you do not submit them in the format as requested on the Event Submission Guidelines page
(email address is now updated (January 31, 2017))

~ Don't Forget ~
All Regularly Scheduled Weekly, Monthly Events, such as:
ASL Meet-Ups, Deaf Chat Coffee, Silent Dinners, and Deaf Senior  Citizens meetings are all listed on the Monthly page

Sunday church listing is also on the Monthly page

 2018
Site updated on 01/13/2018 07:30 PM
8 new events posted
Updates = 1
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ASL Winter Session Now Open
January 22 thru March 15
Mondays or Thursdays
(ASL Fall Session Now Ending
September 18 thru November 9
Mondays or Thursdays)

Sign Language Classes (CSDHH)
1175 Revolution Mill Drive, Studio 15,
Greensboro, NC
Communication Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
is offering three classes with three language levels
for adults and children 12 and over with a registered adult
Classes meet for two hours once a week for eight weeks
$65 Fee
www.csdhh.org/classes

Wilmington Area
Basic American Sign Language 2018
Tuesdays: January 16, 23, & 30
March 6, 13, 20, & 27
Wilmingtion Regional Center
3240 Burnt Mill Dr, Suite 5
Wilmington, NC 28403
910-795-2714VP?VRS or email
Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

2018
January
January 19 – 5:30pm - 6:30pm ~

Independence Mall Food Court, 3500 Oleander Dr., Wilmington, NC
(Note: after Silent Dinner, if interested,
you are welcome to join Kevin Earp’s
presentation, “Your Interpreter Did What?”
at Cape Fear Community College below

January 19 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm “Your interpreter did what?”
a presentation by Kevin Earp at
Cape Fear Community College
Union Station, 502 N. Front St, Room 512
Wilmington, NC
This presentation will give you an opportunity to improve your quality of life by becoming a better self-advocate with the understanding of interpreters’ professionalism and your role as a customer when using interpreting services.
angela.strittholt@dhhs.nc.gov

January 20 - 6pm - 8pm ~ Onslow County ASL Social
Moe's South West Grill (Jacksonville Mall)
375 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, 28546.
Note: Moe’s is tucked between Sears and ULTA. For more information,
contact Gideon Friant at 910-554-3743 (VP/VRS)
or email: gifriant@yahoo.com

January 20 - 3pm - 9pm ~ Smokey Mountain Deaf Club
“Chili Feast Challenge”
West Asheville Community Center

970 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 28806
Mckenzie Giurintano, Office Assistant
Mckenzie.Giurintano@dhhs.nc.gov

January 23 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm ~ Ice Skating Fun!
Greensboro Cultural Center

200 N Davie St, Greensboro, NC 27401
Friends and Families is a group for Deaf or hearing parents with Deaf or hearing children to gather for fellowship, activities, and guest speakers
Email outreachcoordinater@csdhh.org with any questions

January 25 - 5pm - 7pm ~
Wilmington Community Apreciation Night

Hosted by the Wilmington Regional Center
Brunswick Community College
50 College Rd
Bolivia, NC 28422
Please see pdf flyer for
agenda and map

February
February 3 - 9am - 4pm ~ DeafBlind Support Service -
Provider (SSP) Training FREE Workshop

UNC-G School of Education Building
1300 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27412
Please register soon as possible because
there is limited seating
See flyer in pdf for more info

Christina.moore@dhhs.nc.gov
or VP, 336-541-6451

February 3, 2018 - 9am - 4pm ~
DeafBlind Support Service -
Provider (SSP) Training FREE Workshop

UNC-G School of Education Building
1300 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27412
Please register soon as possible
because there is limited seating
See flyer in pdf for more info
Christina.moore@dhhs.nc.gov
or VP, 336-541-6451

February 17 - 3pm - 9pm ~ Smokey Mountain Deaf Club
West Asheville Community Center

970 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 28806
Mckenzie Giurintano, Office Assistant
Mckenzie.Giurintano@dhhs.nc.gov

February 22 - 7:30pm - 10pm ~ Next to Normal
Presented by High Point Community Theater

220 East Commerce Ave, High Point, NC 27260
Go to their website for additional info, and call
the box office (336-887-3001) to purchase tickets
in the accessible section
(February 22 is the only interpreted performance)
High Point Community Theater's has not updated
their website for this event but you can still
purchase tickets for this event here

March
Audience for Deaf and/or Signing Providers
March 1 ` 9:30am - 4pm
Trauma Informed Care and the Deaf Population
5.5 Clinical Hours (0.55 CEs) pending
0.55 RID CEUS provided for Interpreters
Pre-registration is stronly encouraged
Presenter: Roger C. Williams
Location TBA at Montgomary AL
See flyer for details

March 3 - 9am - 6:30pm ~ Show Me The Music
Cape Fear Community College
411 N Front St, Wilmington, NC 28401

Workshop to guide through the musical
theory of interpreting songs
into Sign Language (0.8 PS CEUs)
Please see flyer here

March 8 ~ Deaf Grassroots Movement Rally
in Washington, DC
See flyer in fb
New flyer found in fb

March 8 - 11
Conference is just around the corner!
You can send in the registration with a deposit of $20 and
the remaining due at registration
Cost is reduced for Conference 2018 to just $100 for the
weekend plus your costs for hoteland meals
How is cost reduced? Fewer meals are included.
For 2018, only Saturday banquet dinner is included
All other meals on your own
Planning is still underway
An application will be included.
Conference 2018
This was sent to me so hopefully
I will post more details when able

March 17 - 3pm - 9pm ~ Smokey Mountain Deaf Club
West Asheville Community Center

970 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 28806
Mckenzie Giurintano, Office Assistant
Mckenzie.Giurintano@dhhs.nc.gov


May
May 3 - 7:30pm - 10pm ~ Legally Blonde
Presented by High Point Community Theater
220 East Commerce Ave, High Point, NC 27260
Go to their website for additional info, and call
the box office (336-887-3001) to purchase tickets
in the accessible section
(May 3 is the only interpreted performance)
High Point Community Theater's has not updated
their website for this event but you can still
purchase tickets for this event here

May 5, 2018 Golf Tournament at Winding Creek Course
Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to host
first annual golf tournament
All hearing players along with deaf and hard of hearing
are welcome to come and join the golf tournament
To sign up, please go to www.sdhhdc.org
Slide down the page to visit

 May 17 - 20 ~ Deaf Tar Heels Festival
All events are at NC east coast
(Flyer updated 12/27/17)
See flyer in fb


June
June 28 - July 1 ~ NTID’s 50th Anniversary Reunion –
Registration NOW OPEN!

(June 28 - 8:30am to July 1 12pm)
RIT/NTID
52 Lomb Memorial Dr, Rochester, NY 14623
See post in fb

 

December
December 14, 2018 - Save the Date - Anniversary Party
(Tentitive date)
Asheville Regional Center will celebrate 40 years
and DSDHH will celebrate 30 years after
becoming a Division in 1988!


2019
October

NCSD 125th Anniversary
TBD

 


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~ January 31, 2017 ~
We tried 3 different ways to go to a calendar format so you
could sync your events to your phone = no go.
This has worked before on other websites that I manage but
they just won't work on this website for some reason.
After 3 computers and 8 different browsers = strange.
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Tuesdays, Jan 16, 23 & 30
Community Basic ASL Class
5pm - 6:30pm at the
Wilmington Regional Center
3240 Burnt Mill Dr. Suite 5,
Wilmington, NC 28403
angela.strittholt@dhhs.nc.gov
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Do YOU know what to do
after disaster strikes?

Community Emergency Response Team
(CERT) Training provided by
Greensboro Regional Center
NC DSDHH
122 North Elm Street
Suite 900
Greensboro, NC 27401
Hands on Interactive training
Please see flyer for details
and contact info


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Living With Hearing Loss Schedule
Wilmington Area/Hosted by
DSDHH Wilmington Regional Center
Questions to Angela N Strittholt
angela.strittholt@dhhs.nc.gov

First Tuesday (monthly)
10:45am – 12pm
Willow Place
1703 Stonewall Road
Laurinburg, NC 28352

Second Tuesday (monthly)
3pm – 4pm
Carolina Bay at Autumn Hall
630 Carolina Bay Drive
Wilmington, NC 28403

Third Monday (monthly)
10:30am - 12pm
Ekklesia
405 Barbour Road
Morehead City, NC 28557

First Tuesday (monthly)
2pm – 3pm
Prestwick Village
100 Johns Road
Laurinburg, NC 28352

Fourth Tuesday (monthly)
10am - 11am
Alternate group date TBD
The Kempton at Brightmore
2298 41st Street
Wilmington, NC 28403


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