Events in March 2019
- ASL Story & Activity: "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"
ASL Story & Activity: "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"Southern Lakes Association of the Deaf (SLAD - Clubhouse)715 E. Wisconsin St.Delavan, WI 53115
We are offering ASL storybook and activity to all children and parents. Story will be signed by Deaf person and activities will follow. Snacks will be offered by Outreach/SLAD and drinks will be sold in the clubhouse.
March 2: "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus"
April 6: "Rabbits & Raindrops"
May 4: "Red: A Crayon's Story"
June 1: "Dinosaur Farm"
July 6: "Giraffes Can't Dance"
August 3: "School Bus"
Co-sponsored by Southern Lakes Association of the Deaf.
- Say YES to the "Quest" Formal Wear Event
Say YES to the "Quest" Formal Wear EventOutreach Services for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind309 W. Walworth Ave.Kastner Hall (Door #27)Delavan, WI 53115
Outreach staff have been collecting prom dresses, suits & tuxedos, shoes, and purses for WESP-DHH Quest/Prom.
Come to Kastner Hall to try on and take home your prom attire. NO COST TO YOU!
Last Minute Say Yes to the “Quest”: 5:00pm-7:00pm on Thursday, April 25, 2019
RSVP/questions to Maryann Barnett: email@example.com
- Meet & Greet for Families of Kids with Hearing Loss, All Ages & Stages
Meet & Greet for Families of Kids with Hearing Loss, All Ages & StagesCentral Wisconsin Children's Museum1100 Main StreetStevens Point, WI 54481
Free event for families! Free Pizza! Free childcare!
Sign Language, Spanish, Hmong Interpretation available upon request. (Need at least two weeks notice.)
RSVP by March 21, 2019 with names, ages of kids, and interpretation needs. Contact Laurie Nelson, Paren Liaison, Outreach Services: 608-751-3852 (call or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Who should attend: Parents, Children, Extended Family and Siblings!
Why: This parent-led event will be fun for the whole family!
- Pizza, fruit and beverages will be provided; free for families. Served in the meeting room at the Children’s Museum (second floor).
- Children will have fun and tour the Museum. Free childcare will be provided.
- The adults (parents/extended family/caregivers) will meet in a conference room on the same floor as the kids to network with one another, share experiences, and have a hands-on demo with Assistive Technology presented by Midwest Independent Living Center.
- We will end our time together by having story time.
This event is supported by these statewide programs: Portage County Birth to Three Program,
WI Sound Beginnings, WI Regional Centers for Children with Special Health Care Needs, and Outreach Services for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind/Parent Guide Program.
- Eyeth Day
Eyeth DayUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeMilwaukee, WI 53211
Welcome to the World of American Sign Language. You live on EARth; we live on EYEth.
This event is to raise awareness and recognition of American Sign Language (ASL) aligning with National ASL Day in April which honors the unique heritage of ASL and celebrates Deaf culture.
Come and join us for one or all events. All EARthlings welcome! Free admission.
Deaf Life Stories by Outreach Services
ASLmazing Race by ASL Teachers
ASL Film: "Sign Gene" by SSA
ASL Chronicles by SSA
Need more info? Contact Joel, email@example.com
Sponsored by Outreach Services for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deafblind, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Signing Student Association, Purple, Professional Interpreting Enterprise, Versatile Interpreting Services, WisRID, Sorenson VRS, and Wisconsin Association for the Deaf.