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Calendar 2003

January
Events
1/10/03 Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
1/10/03 “Sweet Honey in the Rock” with Roshi Reagon and Big Lovely – Interpreted in ASL
Michigan Theater – University Musical Society
8 pm
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Contact: (734) 764–2538 V
(800) 221–1229 V
1/10 – 16/03


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“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
(find OC showtimes link near bottom)
1/13/03 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
3893 Okemos Road, Ste B2
Okemos, MI 48864
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 381–8470 TTY
(517) 347–7000
http://www.madhs.org
1/15/03 Deaf ETC Open House
Come and meet new Executive Director, Mr. Frank Bystrycki
3 – 7pm
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite 246
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7000 Fax
deafetc@yahoo.com
1/17/03 Practical Parenting Series and KODA Group
(third Friday monthly)
7 – 8 pm – Presentation and KODA Activity
8 – 10 pm – Family Fun
$5.00/Family
Waterford Christian Association
1859 Crescent Lake Rd Waterford, MI
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
1/17/03 Night of Culture and Entertainment: Prof. Glickman
Humorous presentation by Ken Glickman from Gallaudet University
7 pm – $10 ticket each
Northview High School Auditorium
4451 Hunsberger, NE Grand Rapids, MI
Contact: Deaf ETC
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7000 Fax
deafetc@yahoo.com
1/17 – 20/03 Blue Mountain Skiing Weekend
Hosted by Michigan Ski Club of the Deaf
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

Contact for informative flyer via e–mail
Mark Worrell: markjworrell@aol.com
1/17 – 23/03


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“Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
1/23 – 25/03 “Owl’s Winter” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket info call (734) 424–9591 V
http://www.terptheatre.com
1/24/03 Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College in Auburn Hills
Kickoff Celebration
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC - Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
1/24 – 30/03


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“Catch Me If You Can” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
1/25/03 Deaf/HH Teen Downhill Ski & Snowboard
sponsored by Michigan Ski Club of the Deaf and Deaf C.A.N.!
10:00 am – 5 pm (meet in the Fireplace lounge at 9:30am)
$50.00 payable to Deaf C.A.N.!
(Ticket includes equipment rental, chairlift ticket, and one group lesson.)
Mt. Holly Ski Resort
13536 S. Dixie Hwy Holly, MI
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard
java72gecko@yahoo.com
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
1/25/03 Euchre Tournament
Hosted by Western Michigan Outdoors of the Deaf
Meeting at 1pm — Games at 5 pm (sharp)
$400 1st place (based on 12 tables)
$15/player; $4/fan (1/2 off for senior citizens)
22116 N. Bedford Area Lion Club
N. Bedford Rd Battle Creek, MI
1/27 – 2/1/03 27th Annual North American Champion Snowmobile Races for the Deaf
Hosted by Michigan Snowmobilers of the Deaf
Houghton Lake, MI

Contact for informative flyer via e–mail
Rocky Dreyer – (810) 687–1213
rokadrey@aol.com

Neal McKenzie – (810) 658–2498
Nvette96@aol.com
1/31/03 Professional Interpreters Association’s Workshop
Guest Speaker: Sarah Burden
7:00 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)
profinterasoc@aol.com

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February
Events
1/31 – 2/06/03


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“Two Weeks Notice” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
2/1/03 Interpreter Improvement Workshop on ASL and English Idioms
9 – 11 am
Cost $15.00
More information: (586) 778–4188
signlanser@aol.com
http://www.iigonline.org
2/7/03 “Chicago” – Platform Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6796 V/TTY
http://www.terptheatre.com
2/7 – 13/03


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“How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
2/8/03 “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” in ASL
7 pm – Fundraiser for Deaf Artists Festival
Lahser High School Auditorium
3465 Lahser Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI
Admission: $10
Contact: Freida Morrison
fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org
(248) 680–0772 Fax
2/8/03 Deaf Fellowship for Adults: Clown Team Show
Featuring performance by Mt. Zion – Indianapolis
5 pm – 10 pm
Bring a dish and 2 liter pops
Clarkston Christian Association
5529 Sashabaw Rd. Clarkston, MI
More info: (248) 391–6166
ickocik@2way.net
http://www.mtzion.org
2/8/03 17th Annual Valentine's Dance
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
6 pm to 1 am
VanderWater Hall
U.A.W. Local 730
3852 Buchanan, SW Wyoming, MI 49509
$18/person (before 2/1/03) or $20 (at door)
For Information:
Chairperson Debbie Shearer
(231) 856–7697 V/TTY
Sdhearer@net-port.com
Co-Chairperson Betsey Schropp
(616) 675–5008 V/TTY
cowcrazy@wmis.net
2/9/03 “Zastrozzi” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
2 pm
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact: (248) 645–6666 V
or go to http://www.ticketmaster.com http://www.terptheatre.com
2/10 – 16/03 “Along The Tracks” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket info call (734) 424–9591 V
http://www.terptheatre.com
2/13 – 16/03 39th International Alcoholics Anonymous Women’s Conference (IWAAC)
Seattle, WA

More information: http://iwc2003.org/default.htm
Special Needs: http:iwc2003.org/specialNeeds.htm

Contact Laurel Walden at lwalden@cmc.net
or dhh12s@hotmail.com
2/14 – 20/03


Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
“Daredevil” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
2/14/03 Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
2/15/03 Deaf/HH Teen Fridge Time!
sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!
1 pm – 5 pm (meet at the Fireplace in the lodge at 1pm)
$7.00 for Oakland County residents
Waterford Oaks County Park
2800 Watkins Lake Waterford Township, MI
(248) 858–0906 V for information
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard
java72gecko@yahoo.com
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
2/15/03 Black History & Deaf Black Scholars
Presented by Detroit Black Deaf Advocates Chapter 6
Presenters:
  Glenn Diogomay, Shari Smith
  Pharez Irving,  Linda Morgan
  Karen Larkin,  April Stotts
11 am
Detroit Day School for the Deaf
Detroit, MI 48201
2/16/03 “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf ” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
2 pm
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact: (248) 645–6666 V
or go to http://www.ticketmaster.com http://www.terptheatre.com
2/17/03 4th Annual President’s Day Luncheon and Bingo
Presented by MSD Alumni Association 2004
12 Noon – Luncheon
1 pm – Games start
Donation $6 (Bingo – pay extra)
Prizes given out 100%
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI
Proceeds toward MSDAA’s 150 Years Celebration
Chaired by Sheila Wollard and Susan Southward
2/21/03 Practical Parenting Series and KODA Group
(third Friday monthly)
7 – 8 pm – Presentation and KODA Activity
8 – 10 pm – Family Fun
$5.00/Family
Waterford Christian Association
1859 Crescent Lake Rd Waterford, MI
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
2/21 – 27/03


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“Gods and Generals” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
2/22/03 WMAD Euchre Tournament
Open at 2pm — Games at 4 pm (sharp)
$200 1st place (based on ten tables)
$13/player; $3/fan; $1/kid (12 and up)
Antwerp Township Center
24821 Front Ave Mattawan, MI
2/22/03 Deaf Social Night @ GameWorks
9 pm – Free Admission
(Entrance District 7, Near Star Theaters)
At Great Lakes Crossing Mall
4316 Baldwin Road Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326
(I–75 at Baldwin Road OR Josyln Road)
Everyone welcome – Deaf/HH, ASL students, Teachers of Deaf, etc.
Contact: erio1975@aol.com
2/25/03 ” Bees and Wannabees” – Interpreted
Linda Zott from CARE (Community Assessment, Referral and Education)
7:00 – 8:00 pm
King of Kings Lutheran Church
47500 Schoenherr Road
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
(586) 566–8656 TTY

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March
Events
2/28 – 3/6/03


Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
“Die Another Day” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
3/1/03 Deaf/HH Teen Red Wings Fans!
sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!
Red Wings Practice and Tour Joe Louis Arena
10:45am – 1 pm
To register click on registration form link under “Youth Programs and Activities” section at: http://www.deafcan.org
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard
java72gecko@yahoo.com
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
3/6 – 8/03 Winter Teen Ski / Snowboard Program
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, Colorado
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
3/7 – 13/03


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“Bringing Down The House” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
3/7/03 Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
3/7/03 St. Patrick’s Day Party
Hosted by MSDAA 2004 Reunion Committee
7 pm – $7.00 Admission
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive Flint, MI
Chaired by Cathy Leonard and Committee
3/14 – 20/03


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“Antwone Fisher” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
3/14/03 Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
3/15/03 Detroit Assoc. of the Deaf Individual Handicap Deaf Bowling Classic
Men: 12 noon & 2pm — Ladies 2pm
$6 Bowlers & Fans
Westland Bowl
5940 North Wayne Rd, Westland, MI
Contact: David Croll, Chairperson
14119 Marie Ave, Livonia, MI 48154
(734) 464–7830 Fax

Social Night & Euchre Tournament
6 pm to 1 am
$6 donation — $6 Euchre player at 7:30pm sharp
Wayne Ford Civic League
1645 N. Wayne Rd Westland, MI
3/15/03 Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) Luncheon & Information Presentation
Noon – 4 pm
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, MI

Sponsored by DB Central: Michigan Services for Children & Youth who are Deaf–Blind
An opportunity to learn about Helen Keller National Center, their programs and services and their role in assisting to meet the needs of all individuals of various skill levels who are deaf–blind.
Contact: dbcen@cmich.edu
3/19 – 22/03 “A Honey Pot of Pooh Stories ” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket info call (734) 424–9591 V
http://www.terptheatre.com
3/21 – 27/03


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“Harry Potter 2” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
3/21/03 Practical Parenting Series and KODA Group
(third Friday monthly)
7 – 8 pm – Presentation and KODA Activity
8 – 10 pm – Family Fun
$5.00/Family
Waterford Christian Association
1859 Crescent Lake Rd Waterford, MI
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
3/22/03 CANCELLED — “All you can eat Pancake Breakfast” Fundraising Event
hosted by MichOn CODA
Our Lady of Loretto
Redford, MI
$5/person or $15/family
Contact: Becky Stuckless Canadiancoda@aol.com
3/22 – 23/03 “It’s All In Your Head” Retreat
Hosted by Kirtland Community College’s ASL Classes, MIRID Subchapter VI & DODHH
Bicultural Retreat at R.A. MacMullan’s Conference Center
at Higgins Lake in Roscommon, MI
9 am Sat. – 1 pm Sun.
Cost:
$150.00 (2 day workshop, 4 meals & lodging. (+ $40 for Friday night)
$100.00 Deaf and Hard of Hearing (4 meals & 1 night lodging)
For more information:
Brenda Dawe
(989) 389–4123 Fax
(989) 275–5000 ext. 419 V
daweb@kirtland.edu
R.A. MacMullan Conference Center Front Desk:
(989) 821–6200
3/25 – 26/03

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“How To Lose A Guy” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
3/26/03 Free Workshop – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Ideas, Issues, and Updates
Presenters: Ginny Chiaverina & Bambi Riehl
Outreach Specialists for the Midwest Center for Postsecondary Outreach (MCPO)

9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Macomb Community College, South Campus – K–311–7
13500 E. 12 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48088

Sponsored by MCC Special Svcs Office, The Faculty Development Committee of MCC and University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Deaf/HH Program and Midwest Center for Postsecondary Outreach
Contact: James Scott
(586) 445–7999 V
(586) 445–7223 Fax
scottj@macomb.edu
3/26/03 Postsecondary Deaf/Hard of Hearing Services — Spring Regional Roundtable
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
Sponsored by Sponsored by Midwest Center for Postsecondary Outreach
Target audience: Postsecondary disability service providers, interpreters, vocational rehab counselors, and related professionals.

No registration fee but please pre–register.
Contact: Ginny Chiaverina
(414) 229–4549 V
(414) 229–4284 Fax
ginnyc@uwm.edu
3/26/03 Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser hosted by MSD Senior Class of 2003
5:00 – 7:30 pm
Eagles Club #497
7078 Gratiot, Saginaw, MI
Menu: Spaghetti w/ meatballs, corn & bread, all you can eat salad and dessert, coffee or pop included
Cost:Adults– $6.00, age 6 to 12– $4.00, 5 and under eat free
For more information:
Dawn Becmer
(989) 755–3186
becmer83@earthlink.net
Becky Calaman
(800) 622–6730 V
(810) 257–1486 V
(810) 257–1460 TTY
calamanr@michigan.gov
3/28/03 Professional Interpreters Association’s monthly workshop
Special Deaf Guest Speaker: Tony Scofield
7 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore
Roseville, MI
(1 street North of I–696 off Gratiot)
Monthly meetings are free and will be signed
P.I.A. is open to professional interpreters, ASL students and the Deaf Community and their families/friends
Contact:
prof_interpreter_assoc@comcast.net
(586) 443–4905 Fax
3/29/03 ASL Fingerspelling 101 & ASL Numbers 101 Workshop
By Neil Johnson, ASL Instructor of 20 yrs at St. Paul Technical College in Minn.
Sponsored by Michigan Chapter of ASLTA
Professional Development Workshop for ASL Instructors and Educators
9 am – 4 pm
Lansing Community College
Art/Science Building Rm 170
East Lansing, MI

Members: $35 by 3/2/03 or $40 at door
Non-members: $40 by 3/2/03 or $45 at door
Mail check payable to Michigan ASLTA to:
Shirley McKenzie, ASLTA Treas.
12113 Davison Rd., Davison, MI 48423
More Information: Sharon Meldrum
smeldrum@madonna.edu
(734) 591–9266 TTY
3/29/03 Euchre Singles Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
1st Place – $350 based on 40 teams
Hall opens at 3 pm
Games start at 5 pm
Admission: $4 per adults (no kids!)
10 Euchre games: $10 per player
Vytaurus Hall
1300 Hamilton Street
Grand Rapids, MI

Profit proceeds towards GRAAD’s Host of 2005 Central States Bowling Assoc. of the Deaf & Central States Women Bowling Association of the Deaf
For more information:
Bobby Grumm
(616) 842–6106 TTY/Fax
EuchreKing@ameritech.net
3/30/03 “Anything Goes” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
2 pm
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact: (248) 645–6666 V
or go to http://www.ticketmaster.com http://www.terptheatre.com
3/31/03 RID Certification Application Deadline — Refining Your Interpreting or Transliterating
The Goal: RID Certification for Postsecondary Interpreters

Transliterating: July 7–11, 2003
Interpreting: July 14–18, 2003
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
For more information:
Cassie Schellfeller
cassie@dsad.uwm.edu
http://www.mcpo.org

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April
Events
3/28 – 4/3/03


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“8 Mile” & “Star Trek Nemesis” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
4/1 – 2/03

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“Die Another Day” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
4/2/03 “Wait Until Dark” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Interpreters: Lisa Vosburg & Jakki Felix
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
http://www.oakland.edu/mbt
4/3/03 “The Importance of Being Ernest” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6796 V/TTY
http://www.terptheatre.com
4/3 – 13/03 “The Trial of Tom Sawyer” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
April 3, 4, 11, & 12 at 8:00 pm
April 5 & 13 at 2:30 pm
EMU Theatre of the Young
Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket range in price: $9–13
Theatre Box Office: (734) 487–1221 V
School Matinee Booking Information, please call Julie Brunzell, EMU Theatre Secretary, at (734) 487–1220 or EMU_Theatre@emich.edu
4/4 – 17/03


Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
“What a Girl Wants” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
4/4/03 Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
Bring tennis shoes and comfortable clothes for gym activities after the meeting
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
View OCC flyer (PDF format):
April OCC Flyer
4/5/03 Michigan Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Workshop
“ASL Storytelling” with Sherry Hicks, MA, CSC

8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Contact: Donna Leahy
leahy@msu.edu
4/5/03 ASL/Silent Coffee Hour
(1st Saturday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
4 pm
Eastern Accents
214 South 4th Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: Faye Bradbury
fab@umich.edu
4/5/03 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Overnighter at YMCA
sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!
9 pm – 8 am
$10.00
Swimming, Basketball, Movies, Games and Food!!!
(Pizza and drinks will be provided.)
Bring Swimsuit, Towel, and Shoes.
Royal Oak YMCA
1016 W. Eleven Mile, Royal Oak, MI
Registration info: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
4/8 – 9/03

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“Daredevil” Open–captioned movie
Loeks Celebration
816 E. Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(517) 773–7123
Check website for the show times:
http://www.bigscreenmovies.com
(click on red “Local Theatre Home Pages” button, then Mt. Pleasant link, and lastly “OC Films” image link)
4/10 – 11/03 MSD’s Singing Hands: A.merican S.ign L.anguage Bandstand
Michigan School for the Deaf
Flint, MI
12 Noon and 7 pm (both days)
Admission: $5.00 (Group rate $2 Noon performances only)
(800) 622–6730
4/10 – 13/03 Second National ASLTA Professional Development Conference
Indianapolis Marriott Downtown
Indianapolis, Indiana
http://www.aslta.com/conf/
4/11/03 CANCELLED – Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
4/11/03 “Lion King”
Presented by Eastover Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students
Directed by Diana Campbell
7 pm
Eastover Elementary
1101 Westview
Bloomfield Hills, MI
4/11/03 “In The Now” – Play produced by Terrylene
Based on a survivor's true story of Terrylene’s experiences– for more details, please check http://www.terrylene.com
Deaf actress from Los Angles, CA (on TV shows: ER, Doogie Howser, Pacific Blue)
Presented by Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (DWAS)
See for more information
7:30 pm – $12/person (age 12 and over please)
Lahser High School Auditorium
Bloomfield Hills, MI

Ticket Sales contact DWAS99@aol.com
Communication Access Center (CAC):
  (810) 239–3112 V/TTY
  (810) 239–1606 Fax
Deaf C.A.N.!:
  (248) 332–3323 TTY
  (248) 332–3331 V
  (248) 332–7334 Fax
Deaf Options:
  (586) 758–0714 TTY
  (586) 758–0710 V/Fax
St. John Deaf Center:
  (586) 758–0714 TTY
  (586) 758–0710 V/Fax
4/11 – 13/03 Deaf Quilters Retreat
DeSales Center
Brooklyn, MI
$100.00 ($20.00 deposit non–refundable)
First come, first serve
Contact: Peggy Gelaude
pegelaude@yahoo.com
4/13/03 Michigan Association for the Deaf Board Meeting
9 am – 5 pm
Bavarian Inn Lodge, Frankenmuth, MI
Visitors, members or non–members are welcome
Contact:
Richard Harkleroad, President
president@mideaf.org
Diane McKittrick, Secretary
secretary@mideaf.org
http://www.mideaf.org
4/14/03 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
The Doyle Center for Professional Development at Booth School
7273 Wing Lake Road
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48301
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 381–8470 TTY
(517) 347–7000
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
4/14 &$8211; 17/03 Public Hearings on Services/Programs for Older People
Sponsored by Valley Area Agency on Aging
on the Fiscal Year 2004–2006 Multi–Year Plan including proposed services and programs to older adults in Genesee, Lapeer and Shiawassee Counties

Locations:
– Mon, Apr 14th 1:30 – 3:30pm
Eastside Senior Center 3065 N. Genesee Rd., Flint (810) 250–5000
– Wed, Apr 16th 10am – Noon
Shiawassee Council on Aging 300 N. Washington St., Owosso (989) 723–8875
– Thurs, Apr 17th 10am – Noon
Lamb–Steele Memorial Bldg. 395 E. Third St., Imlay City (810) 724–6030

Submit Written Comments to:
Valley Area Agency on Aging
711 N. Saginaw Street, Suite 207
Flint, MI 48503
For More Information:
(810) 239–7671 or (800) 978–6275
4/15 – 16/03
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“Daredevil” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
4/18 – 24/03


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“Bringing Down the House” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
4/18/03 Practical Parenting Series and KODA Group
(third Friday monthly)
7 – 8 pm – Presentation and KODA Activity
8 – 10 pm – Family Fun
$5.00/Family
Waterford Christian Association
1859 Crescent Lake Rd Waterford, MI
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
4/23/03 Coordinating Services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People – Mental Health Services
Program provided in collaboration with St. Clair County Community Mental Health Services
Crystal Gardens, Marysville, Michigan
Contact MADHS for details
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 381–8470 TTY
(517) 347–7000
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
4/25/03 “A Look Inside 2” featuring CODA performers from across North America
hosted by MichOn CODA
Millenium Center Theater
15600 J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield, MI
Tickets available at Deaf CAN or CAC (formerly SHHI)
$15 before Feb 1st
$20 thereafter and $25 at door
Contact:
Donna Mahoney Goblue1011@aol.com
Becky Stuckless Canadiancoda@aol.com
4/25, 26 & 27/03 Support the Deaf/HH Program at Whitmore–Bolles Dearborn Public Schools
How? Go eat at Rio Bravo in Dearborn (Fairlane Mall parking lot)
Rio Bravo will donate 20% of meal cost to the Deaf/HH Program
Deaf/HH Staff and students at Whitmore–Bolles appreciate your Support
Contact: cartercrit@comcast.net
4/25 – 5/1/03


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“The Core” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
4/26/03 7th Annual Euchre Team Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
1st Place – $350 based on 40 teams
Hall opens at 3 pm
Games start at 5 pm
Admission: $4 per adults (no kids!)
10 Euchre games: $10 per player
St. George Hall
1513 Quarry Street
Grand Rapids, MI

Profit proceeds towards GRAAD’s Host of 2005 Central States Bowling Assoc. of the Deaf & Central States Women Bowling Association of the Deaf
For more information:
Bobby Grumm
(616) 842–6106 TTY/Fax
EuchreKing@ameritech.net
4/27/03 Detroit Chapter of Michigan Deaf Association Meeting
1pm – 4pm in Room #7
Royal Oak Senior Citzen Community Center
3500 Marais
Royal Oak, MI 48073
4/29 – 30/03

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“The Core” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
4/29 – 5/4/03 “Charlotte’s Web” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket info call (734) 424–9591 V
http://www.terptheatre.com

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May
Events
May Better Hearing and Speech Month
http://www.asha.org/press
5/1/03 ASL/Silent Coffee Hour
(1st Saturday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
4 pm
Eastern Accents
214 South 4th Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: Faye Bradbury
fab@umich.edu
5/1/03 Pathways for Parenting classes
(1st of 5–week course)
Parenting needs, skills and experiences sharing and support group
“The belief is that parents can support, teach and learn from one another. Together, families can empower each other, sharing strengths and experiences.”
7 – 9 pm
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org (click on “Parenting Programs” button)
5/2/03 DODHH Advisory Council Meeting
9:30am – 3:30pm
Holiday Inn Express, Lansing, MI
5/2 – 14/03


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“X–Men 2” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
5/2/03 Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
Bring tennis shoes and comfortable clothes for gym activities after the meeting
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
View Deaf Friendship Club flyer (PDF format):
Deaf Friendship Club Flyer
5/2 – 3/03 Postsecondary Interpreters Network 2003 Conference Teamwork: Start to Finish
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana
For Conference Information:
Janet Beattie
(765) 496–2973
jebeattie@purdue.edu
5/7/03 “Meshuggah Nuns” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Interpreters: Jakki Felix & Stephen Decator
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
http://www.oakland.edu/mbt
5/8/03 Pathways for Parenting classes
(2nd of 5–week course)
Parenting needs, skills and experiences sharing and support group
“The belief is that parents can support, teach and learn from one another. Together, families can empower each other, sharing strengths and experiences.”
7 – 9 pm
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org (click on “Parenting Programs” button)
5/9/03 Consortium Meeting on Universal Newborn Hearing Screening
10 am – 2 pm
Comfort Inn
Okemos, Michigan
Cost: $20 (lunch included)
More information:
MADHS
(800) YOUR – EAR
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
5/9/03 Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
5/10/03 Detroit Assoc. of the Deaf’s Night Dinner
Doors open at 6pm, Dinner at 7pm
V.F.W. #2645 – East Wing Bldg.
24222 W. Nine Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI (west of Telegraph)
Donation $25 (125 people limit)
For More Information:
Chris Schultz, cpschultz73@comcast.net
Any other B.G. Members:
Anita Gable, Richard Beaver, Ingie Oliasz, Larry Trayner, Dorothy Zito, Ethan Sachs, Todd Morrison, Jeff Hockenberger
5/13 – 14/03

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“Bringing Down The House” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
5/15 – 22/03


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“Matrix Reloaded” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
5/15/03 Pathways for Parenting classes
(3rd of 5–week course)
Parenting needs, skills and experiences sharing and support group
“The belief is that parents can support, teach and learn from one another. Together, families can empower each other, sharing strengths and experiences.”
7 – 9 pm
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org (click on “Parenting Programs” button)
5/16/03 “For Our Daughters” – Interpreted in ASL
Free Play – 7pm
Waterford Christian Association
1585 Crescent Lake Rd., Waterford, MI
This is a multi-media play with music about surviving breast cancer. It will be interpreted into American Sign Language.
Contact: Michelle Graham or Deaf C.A.N.!
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
Click to view the flyer: “For Our Daughters”
5/16/03 Arlene Malinowski’s Award–winning CODA–experiences Performance
It is her performance on the tour “about growing up with deaf parents. It will give you some real thoughts about deaf culture, deaf people and how we kids who grew up with deaf parents think!
East Grand Rapids High School’s new Performing Arts Center
East Grand Rapids, MI
7:30 pm
$10 ticket in advance
All money goes to benefit DEAFetc
Contact: Maggie Sprunger
Deaf Etc, Inc.
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite 246
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7000 Fax
deafetc@yahoo.com
5/17/03 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Hiking at Bald Mountain (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
10am – 2pm
Explore and enjoy nature! Learn how to read maps and practice safety. Play games!
Bring lunch sack and water bottle.
Wear tennis shoes or hiking boots.
Bald Mountain, Lake Orion, MI (meet at South Loop–4 Mile Loop)
(Exit M–24 (#81) of I–75 N, drive 3.5 miles north on M–24. Turn east onto Greenshield Road and continue for about 0.75 miles. Parking is to the north.)
Registration info: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
5/18/03 Wolverine Deaf Golfers – 18 Holes Event
11:00 am
Heather Hills Golf Course
Romeo, MI
For more information:
Darrell Hovinen
DeafGolfNut@aol.com
Notes from Darrell:
1. It is wise for new golfers to contact me first, because if the tee times are full, then sometimes, the golf course won’t let last minute golfers play if the outing is already full.
2. These outings are NOT for beginners. Players must already know how to play golf AND have average score less than 120 for 18 holes or 60 for 9 holes.
3. Deadline is two weeks before the outing date. After that deadline, I cannot guarantee if they can play, but contact me anyway for more information.
5/18/03 Wolverine Deaf Lady Golfers – 18 Holes Event
11:00 am
Fox Hills Golf Course
Plymouth, MI
For more information:
Lauri Ponikiewski
Eaglinstiger36@aol.com
http://members.aol.com/MichDLGA
5/18/03 “Beauty and the Beast” – Interpreted Performance
7:30 pm
Fisher Theatre
Detroit, MI
Tickets:
Go to the Box Office at the Fisher Theatre and ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/fisher/
5/19/03 Dollywood Deaf Awareness Day
10am – 8pm
Free admission!
(Go to Guest Services Booth for a Complimentary Admission Ticket. Hearing friends and family members will be charged regular admission price.)
Interpreter will be at front gate, at the shows, and many other attractions during the Special Deaf Awareness Day.
More information: (800) 365–5996
5/20 – 25/03 Senior Citizen Conference
7th Biennial Deaf Seniors of America Conference
Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, MA
Contact:
The New England Deaf Senior Citizens
c/o Deaf Community Center
75 Bethany Road Framingham, MA 01702
5/22/03 Pathways for Parenting classes
(4th of 5–week course)
Parenting needs, skills and experiences sharing and support group
“The belief is that parents can support, teach and learn from one another. Together, families can empower each other, sharing strengths and experiences.”
7 – 9 pm
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org (click on “Parenting Programs” button)
5/22/03 MDDSC’s 5th Annual Cards Tournament
Cards start at 1pm
Redford Presbyterian Church
22122 E. Nichols Rd. (6 Mile Rd)
Detroit, MI
$6 at door, lunch served at extra cost
“500” Joe Slootsky, Harvey Ellerhorst & their committee
“31” Eliz Dilena and her committee
5/22/03 C.J. Jones – The Living Cartoon
Presented by Parrish Productions
**Partial proceeds to benefit Sign Players Unlimited**
Millenium Center Theater
15600 J.L. Hudson Drive
Southfield, MI
Doors: 7pm  Showtime: 8pm
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at door
Contact:
Deaf C.A.N.! (metro Detroit area)
   (248) 332–3323 TTY,  (248) 332–7334 Fax
   deafcan@prodigy.net
MADHS (Lansing area)
   (517) 487–0066 V/TTY or yourear@msu.edu
Becki Shriver – Madonna University
   (734) 432–5642 or rshriner@madonna.edu
Charge by phone, contact the Millenium Center Box Office: (248) 557–PLAY (7529)
Click to view the flyer: C.J. Flyer
5/23 – 29/03


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“Bruce Almighty” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
5/23/03 Deaf Professional Meeting
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
4:30pm – 6:30pm
Guest Speaker: Bill Collins, Tax Investment
Refreshments will be provided
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
http://www.deafcan.org
5/27 – 31/03 “Integration of Disciplines: All Roads Lead to Excellence” ADARA 2003 Conference and Pre–Conference
Sheraton Meadowlands
East Rutherford, New Jersey
For more information:
http://www.adara.org
5/29/03 Pathways for Parenting classes
(5th of 5–week course)
Parenting needs, skills and experiences sharing and support group
“The belief is that parents can support, teach and learn from one another. Together, families can empower each other, sharing strengths and experiences.”
7 – 9 pm
Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org (click on “Parenting Programs” button)
5/30 – 31/03 2003 Interpreter Educators’ Workshop
The Practical Application of Demand–Control Schema in the Classroom
Presented by Robin Dean
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Carondelet Retreat Center
St. Paul, Minnesota
Provided by RSA Region V Federal Interpreter Education Project
at the College of St. Catherine in partnership with SLICES.
More Information: http://paradox.stkate.edu/project
5/30 – 6/5/03


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“Italian Job” Open–captioned movies
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
5/31/03 The Deaf Artists Festival
10am – 6pm
Admission: $5/vehicle
DeSales center – Family Village
Brooklyn, MI
Director: Freida Morrison
fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org http://www.deafartsfestival.org
5/31/03 Interpreter Improvement Workshop on the Role of Professional Sign Language Interpreter
9 – 11 am
Cost $15.00
More information: (586) 778–4188
signlanser@aol.com
http://www.iigonline.org

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June
Events
6/6 – 12/03


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“Agent Cody Banks” and
“About Schmidt”
Open–captioned movies

Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
6/7/03 Deaf Social Nite
Kickers
36071 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, Michigan 48150
10 pm — after 11pm $5 cover at door!
More Information:
Deaf Social Nite Flyer
Erik O. erio1975@aol.com
6/7/03 Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf Workshops & International Symposium
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York
http://www.rit.edu/~techsym
6/8/03 Wolverine Deaf Golfers – 18 Holes Event
10:00 am
Hilltop Golf Course
Plymouth, MI
For more information:
Darrell Hovinen
DeafGolfNut@aol.com
Notes from Darrell:
1. It is wise for new golfers to contact me first, because if the tee times are full, then sometimes, the golf course won’t let last minute golfers play if the outing is already full.
2. These outings are NOT for beginners. Players must already know how to play golf AND have average score less than 120 for 18 holes or 60 for 9 holes.
3. Deadline is two weeks before the outing date. After that deadline, I cannot guarantee if they can play, but contact me anyway for more information.
6/8/03 Wolverine Deaf Lady Golfers – 18 Holes Event
11:00 am
Dunham Hills Golf Course
Highland, MI
For more information:
Lauri Ponikiewski
Eaglinstiger36@aol.com
http://members.aol.com/MichDLGA
6/8/03 Northern Light Self Help for Hard of Hearing People
Traverse Area District Library, Traverse City, MI
1:30 – 3:30 pm
Topic: Cochlear Implants for Adults
An SHHH member from Muskegon, Ruth Fox, will lead the meeting. She is a rep for one of the CI companies who uses a cochlear implant herself.
For more information:
Julie Eckhardt
jewel@traverse.net
6/12/03 A Journey in Collaboration
7:30 am – 12 Noon
H.H. Dow High
Health and Human Services Council of Midland County
Contact MADHS for details
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 381–8470 TTY
(517) 347–7000
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
6/13/03 MADHS Annual: Friday The 13th Golf Outing
Location: El Dorado Golf Course in Mason, MI
Proceedings benefit MADHS programs
7:30 am – Registration
8:30 am – Tee time
Sponsorships available:
  – EAGLE ($400) Lunch and golf for 4, Sign & Sponsor Board
  – BIRDIE ($200) Sign & Sponsor Board
  – PAR ($100) Sponsor Board
Individuals can sign up for $60 (golf, cart &: lunch) or non–golfers can join for lunch at $20
Contact: (800) 487–0066 V/TTY
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
6/13 – 19/03
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“Finding Nemo” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
6/13/03 “Secret Garden” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6796 V/TTY
http://www.terptheatre.com
6/14/03 Deaf ETC Annual Silent Celebration
Featuring The Great Bobini, Silent Auction, Games for kids and Food for all.
Free admission. Come All!
Johnson Park
Grandville, MI
Contact:Frank Bystrycki
Deaf Etc, Inc.
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7000 Fax
deafetc@yahoo.com
6/20/03 Orientation to Mentoring Workshops
Sponsored by Michigan Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf: Michigan Mentoring Program
6 – 8 pm
Prevos Market Community Room
6797 Cascade Rd SE
Grand Rapids, MI
Cost $10 Pre-Registration Required
For complete information (pre–registration required):
2003 June Mentorship Workshop Information & Registration Form

Contacts:
Rebecca Shriner
rshriner@madonna.edu, (734) 432–5642
Kevin Cikatricis
kevincikatricis@yahoo.com
Kelly Flores
miridpres@aol.com, (313) 386–8276
http://www.mirid.org
6/20 – 7/1/03
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“The Hulk” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
6/21/03 D.A.D./A.A. Picnic
Detroit Assoc. of the Deaf
8 am – 8 pm
Hines Park (Nankin Mills)
Ann Arbor Trail/Farmington Rd
Donation: $6.00 (students/kids free)
Games for Adults & Kids with Prizes
Euchre Tournament — Food & Drinks served
Chairpersons:
Richard Beaver & Erik Oestreich
DAD Picnic Flyer
6/21/03 Orientation to Mentoring Workshops
Sponsored by Michigan Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf: Michigan Mentoring Program
9 – 11 am
Kaiseum Recreation Center
1900 Fairground Rd.
Kalkaska, MI
Cost $10 Pre-Registration Required
For complete information (pre–registration required):
2003 June Mentorship Workshop Information & Registration Form

Contacts:
Rebecca Shriner
rshriner@madonna.edu, (734) 432–5642
Kevin Cikatricis
kevincikatricis@yahoo.com
Kelly Flores
miridpres@aol.com, (313) 386–8276
http://www.mirid.org
6/21/03 Orientation to Mentoring & Skill Development Workshops
Sponsored by Michigan Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf: Michigan Mentoring Program
Full day workshop
Quality Inn
913 Boulevard Dr.
St. Ignace, MI
Cost $20 Pre-Registration Required
For complete information (pre–registration required):
2003 June Mentorship Workshop Information & Registration Form

Contacts:
Rebecca Shriner
rshriner@madonna.edu, (734) 432–5642
Kevin Cikatricis
kevincikatricis@yahoo.com
Kelly Flores
miridpres@aol.com, (313) 386–8276
http://www.mirid.org
6/22 – 27/03 MADHS’s Youth Leadership Training School
Lansing, MI
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
6/23 – 27/03 Instructional Technology and Education of the Deaf Workshops & International Symposium
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, New York
http://www.rit.edu/~techsym
6/23 – 7/17/03 Rehabilitation Counseling with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adults
A 4–Week Professional Development Program
Western Oregon University, Oregon

An intensive program for professionals in rehabilitation–related professions who are in a position to facilitate rehabilitation plans for clients who are deaf or hard of hearing.
For more information:
(503) 838–8444 (V/TTY)
RRCD@wou.edu
http://www.wou.edu/rrcd
6/24/03 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Activities at Waterford Oaks Waterpark
sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!
10:30am – 6pm
Cost to be determined
Bring lunch sack, water bottle, sunscreen and swimsuit!
2800 Watkins Lake, Waterford Township
(Scott Lake Road Between Dixie Highway and Watkins Lake Road)
Registration info: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
6/24 & 25/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesX Men 2 - Thank You for OC movies
“X–Men 2” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
6/26 – 28/03 “Frog and Toad” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College, Ypsilanti, MI
Ticket info call (734) 424–9591 V
http://www.terptheatre.com
6/26 – 29/03
2003 SHHH Convention logo
SHHH National Convention
Atlanta, GA
For more information: http://www.hearingloss.org/html/convention.html
6/28/03 Mentor Training Workshop
Gorman Auditorium, Motts Community College
Flint, MI
9 am – 4 pm
For complete information (pre–registration required):
2003 June Mentorship Workshop Information & Registration Form

Contacts:
Rebecca Shriner
rshriner@madonna.edu, (734) 432–5642
Kevin Cikatricis
kevincikatricis@yahoo.com
Kelly Flores
miridpres@aol.com, (313) 386–8276
http://www.mirid.org
6/28/03 Deaf Friendship Club Picnic
Location TBA
– Bring a potluck enough to share –
For more information:
Renee Henson, OCC Support Svcs
crhenson@oaklandcc.edu
6/28 – 7/1/03 Deaf Women United Conference
“Women Bee–ing Together”
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
http://www.c-s-d.org
6/28 – 29/03 Sumpter Community Church of God’s Deaf Weekend
Saturday at 5pm
Good Shepherd Baptist Church
Deaf Ministries, Inc. Choir (from Baltimore)
Dinner will be served

Sunday at 8:30pm
Good Shepherd Baptist Church Deaf Ministry Choir will minister
Sunday at 11:30am
Good Shepherd Baptist Church Deaf Ministry Choir will minister

More information:
Valerie Johnson, Deaf Ministry Leader
(734) 697–7705 V (use relay)
Sumpter Community Church of God
16650 Sumpter Road, Belleville, MI
6/29 – 11/03 Deaf & HH Youth Camp Session at Camp Mark 7
Camp Mark 7, Old Forge, NY
For more information:
Camp Mark 7 Youth Session
http://www.campmark7.org
6/29 – 7/11/03 MCAGBAD Speech & Language Summer Camp
YMCA Storer Camp, Napoleon, MI
Coed oral deaf/hh (grade 4–12)
For more information:
MCAGBAD Speech & Language Summer Camp
6/30 – 8/8/03 Camp Soar & Explore Summer Program
Age 6 to 14 year old Wayne County Residents
For more information:
Camp Soar & Explore

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July
Events
7/1 – 10/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
   Terminator 3 - Thank You for OC movies
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
7/6 – 11/03 CueSign Camp
Gallaudet University, Washington DC
“CueSign Camp is a camp for cueing and ASL. Parents, families, individuals & professionals are welcome!”
For more information:
Amy Crumrine, Director
CueSign@aol.com
http://www.cuedspeech.org
7/7 – 12/03 The Jewish Deaf Congress Conference 2003
Las Vegas, Nevada (city that never sleeps)
“And the desert shall rejoice... and blossom!”
Members of the Jewish Deaf Community will celebrate in the desert. This is a time for learning, for socializing, for truly enjoying our history, our culture, our shared values.
Includes featured and plenary speakers and keynoters, exciting workshops and entertainments and various breathtaking tours.
For more information:
Barbara Barbara@conf2003JDC.com
Myron Goldman mydol@earthlink.net
http://www.Conf2003JDC.com
7/7 – 8/7/03 Pathways to the Future! – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Program
5th–8th Grade Sessions Mondays & Wednesdays
Session I — 9:30–11:30 am
Session II — 12:30–2:30 pm
9th–12th Grade Sessions Tuesdays & Thursdays
Session III — 9:30–11:30am
Session IV — 12:30–2:30 pm
Classes will be taught by Sherri Ann Garnand and Al Kettinger at Deaf C.A.N.!
Classes are $75/session – Limited scholarships available
For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.mcpo.org
7/7 – 18/03 RID Certification Application Deadline — Refining Your Interpreting or Transliterating
The Goal: RID Certification for Postsecondary Interpreters

Transliterating: July 7–11, 2003
Interpreting: July 14–18, 2003
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
For more information:
Cassie Schellfeller
cassie@dsad.uwm.edu
http://www.mcpo.org
7/10 – 12/03 NTID 35th Anniversary Reunion
Rochester, New York
http://www.ntid.rit.edu/alumni/reunion
7/11 – 17/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
   Terminator 3 - Thank You for OC movies
“2 Fast 2 Furious” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
7/11 – 13/03 2003 DODHH Silent Retreat
Roscommon, MI
For information:
(517) 334–8000 T/V
dod@michigan.gov
Check out website for Purpose, For Whom and much more:
http://www.michigan.gov/documents/ Silent_2003_54777_7.pdf
7/12/03 Wet ’n Wild Deaf Social – All Day Deaf Spirit Event
10 am until ??
6200 International Dr, Orlando, Florida
Please help us spend the end of the summertime for those who go back to school and to start the ADA Celebration Week on a positive “deaf” note with strong DEAF community.
Admission: $20.00 each (3 yr old & up)
$25.00 on 7/12/03 or until tickets are sold
(contact DEAI for advance ticket by 7/2/03)
Non-profit group rate including donation to DEAI (cheaper than regular ticket prices)
More Information:
Deaf Experience Association, Inc.
1310 North Main St, Suite 103
Kissimmee, Fl. 34741
TTY/FAX (407) 518–9050
Deafexp@aol.com
Deafwetnwild@aol.com
7/12 – 15/03 International CODA Conference
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
7/12 – 18/03 American Association of the Deaf–Blind (AADB) National Conference
“Deaf–Blind Diversity: Many Individuals, One Community”
San Diego State University
San Diego, CA

More Information:
Tom Sprinkle, 2003 Conference Chair
(510) 797–3213 TTY
(510) 739–6431 Fax
tomjill@juno.com

Contact AADB:
(301) 495–4402 TTY
(301) 495–4403 V
(301) 495–4404 Fax
info@aadb.org
http://www.tr.wou.edu/dblink/aadb.htm
7/13/03 Wolverine Deaf Golfers – 18 Holes Event
10:00 am
Brookshire Golf Course
Williamston, MI
For more information:
Darrell Hovinen
DeafGolfNut@aol.com
Notes from Darrell:
1. It is wise for new golfers to contact me first, because if the tee times are full, then sometimes, the golf course won’t let last minute golfers play if the outing is already full.
2. These outings are NOT for beginners. Players must already know how to play golf AND have average score less than 120 for 18 holes or 60 for 9 holes.
3. Deadline is two weeks before the outing date. After that deadline, I cannot guarantee if they can play, but contact me anyway for more information.
7/13/03 Wolverine Deaf Lady Golfers – 18 Holes Event
12:30 pm
Copper Creek Golf Course
Farmington Hills, MI
For more information:
Lauri Ponikiewski
Eaglinstiger36@aol.com
http://members.aol.com/MichDLGA
7/17/03 Tri–County Deaf Senior Citizens Annual Picnic
9 am to dusk
Norman J. Hamlick Park
Dequindre at 13 Mile Rd, Warren, MI
Everyone welcom!! — Games, Cards, Fun and Food
Alma Mead, Chairperson
7/18 – 26/03 14th World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf
Montréal, Canada
http://www.c-s-d.org
7/18 – 24/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
   Johnny English - Thank You for OC movies
“Johnny English” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
7/19/03 FAD Field Day
All day event
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI
7/19 – 25/03
or
7/26 – 8/1/03
NTID’s Explore Your Future
Rochester, NY
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
7/19 – 8/3/03 Lions Visually Impaired Bear Lake Camp
Age 6 to 15 year old Blind, Visually Impaired, Hearing Impaired
For more information:
Lions Visually Impaired Bear Lake Camp
7/22 – 8/12/03 NAD’s Youth Leadership Camp
Camp Taloali, Stayton, Oregon
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
7/22 & 23/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesHulk - Thank You for OC movies
“The Hulk” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
7/25 – 8/7/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Seabiscuit - Thank You for OC movies
“Seabiscuit” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
7/25 – 31/03
    Lara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life - Thank You for OC movies
“Lara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life” Open–captioned movie
Novi Town Center 8 – Dedicated Screen Daily
26085 Town Center Dr
Novi, MI 48375
(248) 465–7469
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/ mi_novitowncenter8_showtimes.asp
7/26/03 All Day Fund Raising for 150th Anniversary
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI

Bike Trail
9 am — meet at Main Post Office

Horseshoe Contest
12–5 pm — $5.00

Euchre Tournament 7 pm — $5.00/player

More activities to come depending on time schedule
Refreshments on Sale
Click to view flyer: MSDAA 150th Fundraising Event
7/27 & 28/03
   X–Men 2 – Thank You for OC movies
“X–Men 2” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
7/27 – 8/1/03

 RID logo
2003 RID National Conference — “Our Nation and Profession: Working Together”
Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers
Chicago, Illinois
For more information:
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
333 Commerce Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 838–0459 TTY or (703) 838–0030 V
http://www.rid.org
7/28 – 31/03 Children’s Sign Language Class
10am – 2pm Mon – Thurs
(8 – 14 years old Deaf/HH and Hearing)
Instructor: Kid Black Fedio
Call to register:
Oakland Schools (248) 209–2561
7/30/03 Michigan Deaf–Blind conference
East Lansing, MI
For more information contact DB Central
989/774–2725 V/TTY
888/768–0508 (toll free)
dbcen@cmich.edu
http://www.dbcentral.org

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August
Events
8/2/03 Cedar Point Deaf Awareness Day
Sandusky, Ohio
For more information:
Deaf Resource Center
DeafResourceCenter@aol.com
http://www.DeafResourceCenter.org
8/4 – 7/03 Adult Sign Language Class – Beginners/Intermediate
10am – 2pm Mon – Thurs
Instructor: Kid Black Fedio
Call to register:
Oakland Schools (248) 209–2561
8/5 – 10/03 World Conference on Deafblindness
Ontario, Canada
For more information: http://www.dbiconferencecanada.com
8/8/03 Michigan Statewide Independent Living Council Convention
10 am
Sheraton Hotel, Lansing, MI
http://www.misilc.com
8/8 – 21/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Pirates of the Caribbean - Thank You for OC movies
“Pirates of the Caribbean” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
8/10 & 11/03
   2 Fast 2 Furious – Thank You for OC movies   
“2 Fast 2 Furious” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
8/10 – 16/03 Camp Chris
Sherman Lake near Augusta, MI
For more information:
Camp Chris Williams
8/10 – 17/03 T.C.A.D./NW’s 16th Annual Camping
Timber Ridge Campground
4050 E. Hammond Rd. Traverse City, MI
Registration fee:
$10/adult & $5/child (5 yrs & up)
Contact: ADAJ95@aol.com
Special Camping Rates:
Water Electric & Sewer – $35/day
Water & Electric – $30/day
Rustic – $26/day
For reservations: (800) 909–2327 V
timberrg@traverse.net
http://www.michcampgrounds.com
8/11 – 14/03 Adult Sign Language Class – SILENT WEEK
10am – 2pm Mon – Thurs
Instructor: Kid Black Fedio
Call to register:
Oakland Schools (248) 209–2561
8/12 & 13/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesMatrix Reloaded - Thank You for OC movies
“Matrix Reloaded” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
8/17/03 Wolverine Deaf Golfers – 18 Holes Event
10:30 am
Bald Mountain Golf Course
Lake Orion, MI
For more information:
Darrell Hovinen
DeafGolfNut@aol.com
Notes from Darrell:
1. It is wise for new golfers to contact me first, because if the tee times are full, then sometimes, the golf course won’t let last minute golfers play if the outing is already full.
2. These outings are NOT for beginners. Players must already know how to play golf AND have average score less than 120 for 18 holes or 60 for 9 holes.
3. Deadline is two weeks before the outing date. After that deadline, I cannot guarantee if they can play, but contact me anyway for more information.
8/17/03 Wolverine Deaf Lady Golfers – 18 Holes Event
12:00 pm
Heather Highland Golf Course
Holly, MI
For more information:
Lauri Ponikiewski
Eaglinstiger36@aol.com
http://members.aol.com/MichDLGA
8/17 & 18/03
   Matrix Reloaded – Thank You for OC movies   
“Matrix Reloaded” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
8/17 – 24/03
NBDA Logo
2003 NBDA Conference
“Soaring Higher: Meeting the Challenges, Realizing the Opportunities”
Denver, Colorado
For more information:
http://www.nbda.org/events.html
8/20/03 Lions International District 11 A-1: Blind and Deaf Picnic
11 am – 4 pm
Warrendale Park (between Telegraph and Ann Arbor Trail)
More information:
Fay Tolk (734) 421–4954 V
8/21 – 24/03
    MDA Logo
49th Biennial Michigan Deaf Association Conference
Bavarian Inn Lodge Frankenmuth, MI
More information: http://www.mideaf.org
   Bavarian Inn Lodge
8/24 & 25/03
    Hulk – Thank You for OC movies
“Hulk” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
8/26 & 27/03
Small Celebration Cinema logo - Thank You for OC movies

   68 - Thank You for OC movies
“Bruce Almighty” Open–captioned movie
Loeks Celebration
816 E. Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(517) 773–7123
Check website for the show times:
http://www.bigscreenmovies.com
(click on red “Local Theatre Home Pages” button, then Mt. Pleasant link, and lastly “OC Films” image link)
8/29 – 9/4/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - Thank You for OC movies
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com

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September
Events
9/2 & 3/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesLara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life - Thank You for OC movies
“Lara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
9/5 – 11/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    American Wedding - Thank You for OC movies
“American Wedding” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
9/6 & 7/03


        
36 Holes – 47th Annual State Tournament
9:30 am (both days)
Green Acres Golf Course
Bridgeport, MI
For more information:
Darrell Hovinen
DeafGolfNut@aol.com
9/7/03 5th Annual O.A.D. Picnic
Jackpot, Raffle, Lucky Game, Horseshoe, Dingo, 30 Cards
12 noon – 6 pm
Admission $10.00
Games start at 2:30 pm
Shiawassee Conservation Club Pavillion
on M–52 in Owosso, Mi between Juddville Rd and Riley Rd
9/7 & 8/03
    Finding Nemo – Thank You for OC movies 
“Finding Nemo” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
9/11/03
    
9/11 Remembrance Day
9/11 – 14/03 Deafblind Workshop & Interpreter Training
DeSales Center, Brooklyn, MI
More information: http://www.desales.org
9/11 & 12/03 Rummage Sale to benefit Deaf C.A.N.!
The North Oakland Board of Realtors is sponsoring a Rummage Sale to benefit DEAF C.A.N.! and Lighthouse Emergency Services. Start saving items that you would like to donate to the Rummage Sale. They will be accepting any items that are gently used except for clothing. However, they WILL only accept baby clothes. Location & drop off point to be determined.
More information: http://www.deafcan.org
9/12 – 18/03
    Matchstick Men - Thank You for OC movies
“Matchstick Men” Open–captioned movie
Novi Town Center 8 – Dedicated Screen Daily
26085 Town Center Dr
Novi, MI 48375
(248) 465–7469
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/ mi_novitowncenter8_showtimes.asp
9/12/03

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
9/12–14/03 Journey into the DEAF–World through Quilts
Quilts done by Deaf and CODA
$3.00 Admission
MSD Superintendent’s Cottage
Court & Miller Roads
9/14/03 Northern Light Self Help for Hard of Hearing People
Sunday 1:30pm
Topics: Meet/Rap with Liz Kobylak, MI–SHHH Chapter Coordinator Feedback and Dialog about Future Plans — meeting times, days, dates and location
NLSHHH is a friendly group where people with hearing loss and their friends and family come together for support, education and advocacy. We meet on the second Sunday of the month from September through June at the Traverse District Library / 610 Woodmere Street in Traverse City, near Woodmere and 8th St.
9/14/03 ASL Storytelling Event
2:00 – 3:30 pm
Ypsilanti District Library
located on Whittaker Rd in Ypsilanti
If you have a good story to share for a family audience please join our event. If you are interested in sign laguage or would like to get some experience volunteer voice interpreting, this is the perfect opportunity. Please join us this Sunday. For questions or more information please contact Angela Hutcheon, angiennng@prodigy.net
9/14 & 15/03
   Lara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life– Thank You for OC movies   
“Lara Croft Time Raider: The Cradle of Life” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
9/16 & 17/03
Small Celebration Cinema logo - Thank You for OC movies

   Matrix Reloaded - Thank You for OC movies
“Matrix Reloaded” Open–captioned movie
Loeks Celebration
816 E. Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(517) 773–7123
Check website for the show times:
http://www.bigscreenmovies.com
(click on red “Local Theatre Home Pages” button, then Mt. Pleasant link, and lastly “OC Films” image link)
9/16 & 17/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesBruce Almighty - Thank You for OC movies
“Bruce Almighty” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
9/20/03
   Deaf Celebration Day
   Christy Smith
Deaf Celebration Day 2003 – Special Appearance by Christy Smith from Survivor
10am – 5pm
Summit Place Mall, Waterford, MI
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
Click to view flyer: Deaf Celebration Day
9/20/03


Michigan Chapter of ASLTA logo
Michigan ASLTA Workshop
“Whoa, We Learned A Lot At The ASLTA Convention!”
9:30am – 12 noon
Fees: members free, non–members $5 ($10/yr membership)
Lahser High School
3465 Lahser Rd. Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
For more information: Sharon Meldrum
smeldrum@madonna.edu
Click to view flyer: Michigan ASLTA Workshop
9/20/03

Deaf Social Night
Deaf Social Night
9pm to close
GameWorks at Great Lakes Crossing Mall
Auburn Hills, MI
DeafMichSocialNight@yahoo.com
Click to view flyer: Deaf Social Night
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!!
9/21 – 27/03 National Deaf Awareness Week
9/21 & 22/03
   Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines– Thank You for OC movies   
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
9/21/03


AIDS Walk Detroit
AIDS Walk Detroit (Royal Oak)
To raise dollars to support the services provided by our Deaf AIDS Project. We need people to join our walk team and/or support our team with pledges to make a donation toward this effort! Can you help? Visit Deaf C.A.N.!’s website for more information.
Contact: Carol Jensen, Team Leader
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org
9/22/03 Dollywood Deaf Awareness Day
10am – 6pm
Free admission!
(Go to Guest Services Booth for a Complimentary Admission Ticket. Hearing friends and family members will be charged regular admission price.)
Interpreter will be at front gate, at the shows, and many other attractions during the Special Deaf Awareness Day.
More information: (800) 365–5996
9/26/03

MSDAA Hat Party
MSDAA Hat Party
7pm – Admission $7.00
FAD Clubhouse 4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI
Create your own hat! Beautiful, ugliest, cutest, modern, ...!
Prizes for best hats! Games, Appetizers, 50/50 Raffle!
Chairperson, Ginny Moore and her committee
Click to view neat flyer:
MSDAA Hat Party
9/26 & 27/03


Oh, Figaro!

 NTD logo
NTD Performance: “Oh Figaro!
8:00 pm – $20.00 Ticket
Kreft Center Black Box Theatre
Concordia University
4090 Geddes Road
Ann Arbor, MI (just west of US–23)
Tickets can be obtained beginning September 8th through the Kreft Center Box Office. Space is limited. Call 734–995–4612 to charge by phone. Box Office hours are Monday thru Friday from 12:00 to 4:00p.m. Public workshops are free. Registration is required for the September 27th workshop
For more information:
Christy Bledsoe
(734) 995–4612
bledsc@cuaa.edu
Click to view NTD Performance Press Release
http://www.ntd.org/shows_upcoming.htm

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October
Events
9/30 – 10/1/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC movies2 Fast 2 Furious - Thank You for OC movies
“2 Fast 2 Furious” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
10/3/03 DODHH Advisory Council Meeting
9:30am – 3:30pm
Holiday Inn Express, Okemos, MI
10/3 – 4/03


ASL Linguistics Series: Survey of American Sign Language Phonology
Course: LIN 662/PST 362
Instructor: Dr. Robert Johnson
Registration Deadline: September 5, 2003
Motts Community College
Court Rd, Flint, MI
NOTE: This course will be conducted in ASL (no interpreters will be provided)
For More Information: http://web.jccc.net/academic/gurc
10/3 – 9/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    The Rundown - Thank You for OC movies
“The Rundown” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes are: 1:20, 5:10, 7:25 and 9:40
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
10/3/03


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
Hope to see you all there for food and friendship!!
Bring tennis shoes and comfortable clothes for gym activities after the meeting.
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
View Deaf Friendship Club flyer:
Deaf Friendship Club Flyer
10/3/03

    Godspell Performance at Stagecrafters
“Godspell” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Ticket prices are $16 & $18 (be sure to request preferred seating for TerpTheatre patrons.)
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6796 V/TTY
http://www.stagecrafters.org
http://www.terptheatre.com
10/4/03 ASL/Silent Coffee Hour
(1st Saturday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
4 pm
Eastern Accents
214 South 4th Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: Faye Bradbury
fab@umich.edu
10/4/03 21st Annual CSSD Volleyball Tournament
(Central States Schools for the Deaf)
Hosted by MSD
1667 Miller Road Flint, MI
Admission:
$10 Adults, $5 Students and Ages 4 and under free
Contact: Becky Calaman
calamanr@michigan.gov
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
10/5 & 6/03
   Bruce Almighty– Thank You for OC movies   
“Bruce Almighty” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
10/6/03 Washtenaw Area SHHH (WASHHH) Chapter of Michigan
(with real–time captioning) on the first Monday of every month at 7 pm. (If this is a holiday, it is moved to the second Monday.)
The meeting is in the First Presbyterian Church, in the Lewis Room, third level, south wing at: 1432 Washtenaw St. Ann Arbor.
New members should sign up to the mailing list at:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/washhh/
10/7 & 8/03
Small Celebration Cinema logo - Thank You for OC movies

   Pirates of the Caribbean - Thank You for OC movies
“Pirates of the Caribbean” Open–captioned movie
Loeks Celebration
816 E. Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(517) 773–7123
Check website for the show times:
http://www.bigscreenmovies.com
(click on red “Local Theatre Home Pages” button, then Mt. Pleasant link, and lastly “OC Films” image link)
10/10 – 16/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Intolerable Cruelty - Thank You for OC movies
“Intolerable Cruelty” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Rd at 12 Mi Rd)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
10/10/03


    MSD Tartar Mascot
MSD Homecoming
MSD vs St. Thomas More
Presentation of the Homecoming Court and crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen during halftime
MSD Soccer Field
1667 Miller Road Flint, MI
Admission:
$3 per person
Contact: Becky Calaman
calamanr@michigan.gov
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
10/10/03 “Sink or Swim in Lake Technology” —
Featuring Chris Hunter and Kenya Lowe Bi–annual/Bi–cultural workshop

Focusing on technology of today for all of us left behind on the shore and afraid of the waves of computers, E-mail, text messenters, video relay, MRC, etc.

Kirtland Community College
(10 miles north of St. Helen off I-75; exit 222 then meet in INS entry WS in INS room 123) http://www.kirtland.cc.mi.us/direction.html

Cost: Deaf/HH--$20.00 (meals included); Others--$45.00 (workshop and meals)--Special discount for students--Late Registration (after 10/4) add $10--CEUs: RID/NAD Interpreters must call DODHH for .7 CEUs from "participant initiated" (MUST have prior approval or QA Interpreters for 7 QA hours and from DODHH. (certificates awarded) This workshop is being offered in ASL only. There will be offered the opportunity for Sign to Voice practice for those who want it, but no professional interpreters are provided.

For more information:
Brenda Dawe at: daweb@kirtland.edu.
10/14 & 15/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesFinding Nemo - Thank You for OC movies
“Finding Nemo” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
10/17 – 23/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
 Good Boy! - Thank You for OC movies!
“Good Boy!” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Rd at 12 Mi Rd)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
10/17/03

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(only this date (held 2nd Friday monthly))
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
10/18/03


   Golf Bag   
Golf Outing Fundraiser at Heather Highlands
To support “Pathways to the Future”––DEAF C.A.N.!’s Summer Youth Program
Click for more information:
Golf Outing Fundraising
Contact:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org
10/18/03

   Madonna University
Team Interpreting Seminar with Dennis Cokely
9 am – 4 pm
Guest Presenter: Dennis Cokley, the president of Sign Media, Inc., and past president of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.
Mr. Cokely is Professor of Communication at Gallaudet University and co–author of “A Teacher’s Resource Text on Grammar and Culture.”
Sign Language Department, Madonna University, Livonia, MI
Click for more information:
Madonna University Sign Language Studies
10/18/03

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“Introducing, Maintaining and Switching Referents in ASL and English Discourse”
Sponsored by MIRID
Guest Presenter: Dr. Laurie Swabey, Ph.D.
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Bessey Hall, MSU, MI
Pre–registration deadline: October 10, 2003 Click for more information:
MIRID Workshops
10/19/03

    
Detroit Chapter of MDA Meeting
Will Host 50th Biennial MDA Conference in 2005 so Volunteers/Helpers are needed for the Host Committee
1 to 4 pm
Conference Room 7
Royal Oak Senior Community Center
3500 Marias Royal Oak, MI 48073
Contact: Freida Morrison, Secretary
fmm0772@aol.com
10/19–22/03 National Symposium on Childhood Deafness
Sheraton Hotel and Convention Center
Sioux Falls, SD
Contact: Melody Tsai, NSCD
E–mail: mtsai@c-s-d.org
TTY 866–273–3323
V 800–642–6410
FAX 605–367–5958
E–mail: sympo@c-s-d.org
http://www.c-s-d.org
10/19 & 20/03
   Pirates of the Caribbean– Thank You for OC movies   
“Pirates of the Caribbean” Open–captioned movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.gqti.com/mi_lansingmall6_showtimes.asp
10/22/03 Dearborn Disability Awareness Day
Ford Performing and Community Arts Center Dome Room
Corner of Michigan Ave and Greenfield
Dearborn, MI
Includes Featured keynote speakers, exhibitions, workshops and recognition awards ceremony
For More Information:
Claudia Damian, Commissioner
Dearborn Commission On Disability Concerns
cdamian@mindspring.com
TTY (313) 943–2835
V (313) 943–2789
http://www.dearborn-disabilities.org Click to view: Dearborn Disability Awareness Day News Release
10/24 – 25/03 “Foundations of Teaching” — An ASLTA & RID, Inc. Workshop
For Professional Development Hours & CEUs
College of St. Rose
Western Avenue Albany, New York
Click to view Foundations of Teaching Workshop Flyer
10/24 & 25/03 Halloween Hayrides and Spook Village
Get a spooky hayride, tour of spook house, puppet show, scary storytelling and a bonfire. The Story telling will be at the Witch's house and WILL BE INTERPRETED.
7 pm to 9:30 pm
Cost: $6.00 per person
Drayton Plains Nature Center
2125 Denby Dr., Waterford, MI
10/24/03

   
OCC Halloween Family Night
Sponsored by OCC Student Organizations including Deaf Friendship Club
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
OCC Auburn Hills campus in the H–building
Click to view OCC Halloween Family Night Flyer
Contact:
Joyce LaHaye, Deaf Friendship Club President
HeartofLove1958@aol.com
Renee Henson, PASS Coordinator
crhenson@oaklandcc.edu
10/25/03 “Foundations of Mental Health Interpreting”
Sponsored by South Central MIRID
9 am – 9 pm
Presenter: Phil Cave, MSW, RID CSC, Clinical Supervisor of Deaf Services with Genesee County Community Mental Health, sharing his insights and experience of interpreting in this truly challenging field. Reserve your seat now for this very informative workshop!
For more information:
South Central MIRID
10/25/03 First Happy Halloween Party
Hosted by Western M.A.D.
3:00 pm
Mattawan Antwerp Township Hall
24821 Front St., Mattawan, MI 49071
Hayrides, Games, Door Prizes, Costume & Best Carved Pumpkin Contests
Food, snacks and beverages will be sold
Bring your own brooze (no glass bottles)
Admission: $6 costume, $7 no costume, $3 kids
Chairpersons: Dale Phillips & Marlene Lukas
(269) 655 0293
wmad club@aol.com
10/25/03 Euchre Tournament
Hosted by Lansing Chapter of Michigan Deaf Association
4:00 pm
UAW Local 652 Hall
Clare St. and St. Joseph St, Lansing, MI
$400 Prize, 50/50, Raffle, Dingo, Refreshments, etc. etc.
Admission: $4
Contact: President Ken Mahoney
(517) 321–4580 TTY/Fax
blazzerchevy@aol.com
lansingdeafclub@yahoo.com
Click to view Euchre Tournament Flyer
Click to view Map to UAW Local 652
10/25/03

Trilogy of Terror

Halloween Activity for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Trilogy of Terror
7 pm – 3 shows for $15.50!
Rochester Hills, MI
If it rains, backup plan is:
Erebus — Four Story Haunted Attraction
8:30 pm – $16
New Pontiac Downtown, MI

For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
10/25/03


 
Fall Hayride and Bonfire
Hosted by Ann Arbor Deaf Club
7 pm – 10 pm
Wiard’s Orchard
5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti, MI 49071
Hayride and Bonfire party (bring spooky stories to share!)
Cost: $13/person
Hot dogs, marshmallows and cider will be provided
Contact: Angela Hutcheon angiennng@prodigy.net
10/25/03

Haunted Fun with Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of OCC
Haunted Fun and Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
7 pm
Erebus Four Story Haunted Attraction
Corner of Water St and South Perry across from Phoenix Center
Dinner and socialization at TGIF’s afterwards
E–mail if interested to join ASAP (need head count):
Scott Powers, Vice President
deafhouse@prodigy.net
10/26/03

    
MDA Board of Directors Meeting
(open to public)
9 am – 2 pm
Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Office
Lansing, MI
Contact:
Diane McKittrick, president@mideaf.org
Margaret Barker, secretary@mideaf.org
http://www.mideaf.org
10/28/03

   Madonna University
Annual ASL Silent Halloween Party
Hosted by Madonna University’s Sign Language Department
Room 2415 7 – 10 pm
Madonna University Livonia, MI
People can wear costumes, bring the kids, and bring food to share.
Contact: Becki Shriner
(734) 432–5642
rshriner@madonna.edu
10/28/03
National Alliance of Black Interpreters Chapter #8 Meeting
Meets every fourth Tuesday of the month
6 to 8pm
Saint John’s Hospital––Riverview Detroit
7733 East Jefferson Avenue (Just east of Belle Isle)
Room 6217, Detroit, MI 48217
For more information:
Linda Ogletree
(586) 323–9923 Fax
lindaogletree@juno.com
10/28/03 Breast Cancer Seminar (Interpreted)
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Doctors from the Muskegon area will present a variety of topics including detection, prevention, treatment options, etc.
No Cost
Hackley Hospital Youngberg Auditorium
1700 Clinton Muskegon, MI
10/28 & 29/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesTerminator 3: Rise of the Machines - Thank You for OC movies
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
10/30 & 31/03 Linking Early Identification to Early Intervention: Audiological Evaluation, Management, and Family Counseling Following Newborn Hearing Screening
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Presented by: Michigan Association for Deaf, Hearing and Speech Services (MADHS) & Central Michigan University
More information:
Click Audiology Conf. Brochure
(800) YOUR–EAR (968–7327 V/TTY)
yourear@msu.edu
http://www.madhs.org
10/31/03

   
Wrap Up Adult Halloween Party
Hosted by G.L.D.B.A. Committee
9 pm
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI
Admission: $5 w/ Costume, $7 without
Costume Contest (10pm judging), Games, Appetizers, Fun!!
Contact: fadnewsletter@aol.com

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November
Events
11/1/03

CANCELLED!
MSDAA Bazaar — CANCELLED!
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Drive, Flint, MI

9 am – 4 pm
Refreshments on Sale

Table rental: $25.00 — First come, first serve — 20 tables limit, 2 chairs provided for each table (8am setup, 5pm cleanup)

Make checks payable to MSDAA
Send to Sheilia Wollard, 1126 Mann Ave., Flint, MI 48503–3242
TTY: (810) 234&@811;0056
FAX: (810) 234–0446
shegood55@comcast.net
Click to view MSDAA Bazaar Flyer
11/1/03 ASL/Silent Coffee Hour
(1st Saturday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
4 pm
Eastern Accents
214 South 4th Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: Faye Bradbury
fab@umich.edu
11/4 & 5/03
Small Celebration Cinema logo - Thank You for OC movies

   Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines - Thank You for OC movies
“Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” Open–captioned movie
Loeks Celebration
816 E. Preston Rd
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
(517) 773–7123
Check website for the show times:
http://www.bigscreenmovies.com
(click on red “Local Theatre Home Pages” button, then Mt. Pleasant link, and lastly “OC Films” image link)
11/6 – 12/18

Thursdays (except 11/27)
Beginning Speech–reading class for Hard of Hearing and late deafened people
2:30 – 4 pm
Ann Arbor Senior Center
1320 Baldwin, off W. Stadium
Cost: $80 (includes materials needed for class: folders, written lessons, practice sessions, hand mirror.)
For More Information:
Nan Asher, Instructor
heartech@ix.netcom.com
11/7/03


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
Hope to see you all there for food and friendship!!
Bring tennis shoes and comfortable clothes for gym activities after the meeting.
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor
Click to view the flyer:
Deaf Friendship Club Flyer
More information:
Renee Henson, PASS Specialist
crhenson@oaklandcc.edu
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
11/7 – 8/03

CANCELLED!
ASL Linguistics Series: Morphology of American Sign Language Verbs — CANCELLED!
Course: LIN 663/PST 363
Instructor: Dr. Scott Liddell
Registration Deadline: October 10, 2003
Motts Community College
Court Rd, Flint, MI
NOTE: This course will be conducted in ASL (no interpreters will be provided)
For More Information: http://web.jccc.net/academic/gurc
11/8/03 Deaf Worldwide Expo
Chicago, Illinois
More Information:
Deaf Worldwide
http://www.deafworldwide.com/
11/8/03


Michigan Chapter of ASLTA logo
Michigan ASLTA Workshop
“Everything You Wanted To Know About ASL But Were Afraid To Ask”
Guest Speaker: Jan McCready–Johnson
9 am – 4 pm
Fees:
Members: early bird (before 24th) $35 and $40 at door
Non–members:  (before 24th) $40 and $45 at door
Mott Community College Gorman Auditorium
For more information:
Sharon Meldrum
(734) 591–9266 TTY
smeldrum@madonna.edu
11/8/03
Detroit Black Deaf Advocates Chapter #6 Meeting
Monthly meetings held every second Saturday
2 to 5 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
1519 Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.
(at Grand River and Trumbull)
Detroit, Michigan 48206
For more information:
Glenn Stewart, DBDA6 President
glnnssn@aol.com
313.813.1978@myairmail.com
11/8/03
T.C.A.D./NW’s Cherry 13 Night
Turkeys Give Away!
6 pm – $10 donation
Jackpot and Bank night will be playing!
Refreshments, hot meals and goodies will be provided!
Please come and play – Your luck may strike!
G.T.P. Industries
2886 Aero Park Dr.
Traverse City, MI
Contact: tcadnwtc@aol.com
11/12/03 Quilting with Janet Deschler
How to Bind Quilts
5 pm – 9 pm — $10 cost
One time project to work on binding the quilts which needed to be “finished”
Mail payment to:
CAC 1631 Miller Rd Flint, MI 48503
For more information:
www.cacdhh.org
11/13/03 “Cheaper By The Dozen” – Interpreted
7:30 pm
Thurs, Nov 13 (Interpreted performance)
Fri & Sat, Nov 14 & 15, 2pm Sun, Nov 16
Farmington High School
32000 Shiawassee St. Farmington, MI 48336
For more information:
Catherine Cordle
Theatre Arts Teacher, East Middle School
(248)489–3455
cathy.cordle@farmington.k12.mi.us
11/14 – 20/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Love Actually - Thank You for OC movies
“Love Actually” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
11/14 – 16/03

  NAD logo  
2003 NAD Region II Conference
Hosted by Kentucky Assoc. of the Deaf
Louisville, Kentucky
Region II Board Contacts:
Claudia Bergquist
bergquist@nad.org
Ernest Northup
northup@nad.org
11/14/18

Career Expo For People With Disabilities
New Washington Convention Center
Washington DC
For More Information:
Deborah Barron
Deborah.Barron@gallaudet.edu
http://www.eop.com/schedeventsdc.html Gallaudet University Career Center and AHEAD are the sponsors for this event.
11/14 – 16/03 Hunter’s Special Quilt Retreat
MSD’s newest building – Learning Resource Center next to Gilbert Hall
Registration fee: $60 per person including room, all day Sat meals and Sun breakfast.
To register, contact:
Peg Frelich
(810) 239–3112
pegfrelich@hotmail.com
11/14/03

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
11/15/03 Thanksgiving Dingo Social
Hosted by Lansing Chapter of M.D.A.
5 pm Open – 7:30 pm Play
UAW Local 652
Clare St. & St. Joseph Lansing, MI
Admission: $4/person
Plus large jackpot!
Click to view Thanksgiving Dingo Flyer
Click to view Map to UAW Local 652
Contact: President Ken Mahoney
(517) 321–4580 TTY/Fax
blazzerchevy@aol.com
lansingdeafclub@yahoo.com
11/15/03

  
Annual Thanksgiving Event
Hosted by Ann Arbor Deaf Club
7 pm – 9 pm
Hometown Buffet (formerly Old Country Buffet)
914 W. Eisenhower Ann Arbor, MI
Cost: $10/person
Join us for fun and chats!
Click to view Annual Thanksgiving Flyer
Contact: Angela Hutcheon angiennng@prodigy.net
11/21 – 27/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Cat In The Hat - Thank You for OC movies
“Dr. Seuss’ The Cat In The Hat” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
11/21/03

Deaf Social Night
Deaf Social Night
9pm to close
9–Pin No–Tap Moonlight (over 18 yrs old)
$12/person
Includes 3 games, rental shoes and pizza
Univeral Lanes
2101 E. 12 Mile Road Warren, MI
(East of Dequindre)
Click to view Deaf Social Night Flyer
If interested, please send an email to tell how many will come
Contact:
DeafMichSocialNight@yahoo.com
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!!
11/22/03

Planet Rock Climbing
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Rock Climbing (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Planet Rock, Pontiac, MI
For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
11/22/03 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Dinner & Bazaar
Hosted by Western M.A.D.
Open 3:00 pm   Dinner 5pm

Mattawan Antwerp Township Hall
24821 Front St., Mattawan, MI 49071
Turkey, Ham, Potatoes, Gravy and Stuffing, coffee and teas will be provided
Bring traditional disk to share
Bring your own brooze (no glass bottles)

Admission: $7 w/ dish, $9 w/o dish,
$5 Senior Citizens/Kids (age 8–18 yrs) $2.50 (age 5–8 yrs (free age under 5))
Chairpersons: Dale Phillips, Mike Schlubatis & Gary Kirby
(269) 655–0293 Dale
(269) 273–4004 Mike
(269) 327–7907 Gary
wmad club@aol.com
11/22/03 MSDAA Conference
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
10 am – 4 pm
Trivia game, Lunch ($5), Meeting & Election
Please click to view the schedule and important information
MSDAA Conference Schedule and Information
More information: Sheila Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
11/22/03 “Thanksgiving Bash”
Hosted by Owosso Assoc. of the Deaf
Open 6 pm – Games 8 pm
Admission: $7.00
Turkey prizes to be given away!!
Refreshments, Jackpot, 30 calls, Horserace, Dingo
Caledonia Township Hall
135 N. State Rd. Owosso, MI
(1/4 mile north of M–21 and State St.)
Contact: Leon Eiermann
cay8@aol.com
11/22/03
   
Special Thanksgiving Lucky 52 Game
$12/person — 75 turkeys given away
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
6 pm – Midnight
Bring non–perishable goods to be donated for Food Drive
More information: Sheila Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
11/28 – 12/4/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Mystic River - Thank You for OC movies
“Mystic River” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com

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December
Events
12/2 & 3/03
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesPirates of the Caribbean - Thank You for OC movies
“Pirates of the Caribbean” Open–captioned movie
Showcase Cinemas Ann Arbor
4100 Carpenter Road & Ellsworth Ave
Ypsilanti, MI (48197
Check website for the show times:
http://www.national-amusements.com/openCap_th.asp
12/4 & 5/03


   
MSD Performing Arts: “A Foreigner Is Born”
Thurs: 12pm, Fri: 1pm & 6:30 pm
$4 ticket at the Main Office
($2 ea for group of 10+)

The production is a flux of avant garde dance and expression of the “Deaf Experience” growing up in a speaking world.
Click to view MSD Play Flyer

MSD Auditorium
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
(800) 622–6730 TTY/V
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
12/4/03 The Hunt for DFNA– The Gene that Causes Hearing Loss
5:30 p.m. in Room 147
Communication Arts and Sciences Building
Michigan State University

Click here for the flyer....
12/5/03




  

  
Deaf Friendship Club at OCC – Auburn Hills Christmas Party
Anyone is welcome!!
7 pm – 9 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor

Potluck Food, games for children and a visit from the jolly man –Santa Claus!
Click to view DHHFC Christmas Party Flyer
Look at the list of what potluck and items to bring and let Joyce know!

For more information:
Joyce LaHaye, DFC President
HeartofLove1958@aol.com
Renee Henson, PASS Specialist
crhenson@oaklandcc.edu
(248) 232–4082 TTY
(248) 232–4080 V
http://www.oaklandcc.edu
12/5 – 11/03
Small Emagine logo - Thank You for OC movies
    Matrix Revolutions - Thank You for OC movies
“Matrix Revolutions” Open–captioned movie
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI (Fountainwalk–1/4 Mile west of Novi Road at 12 Mile Road)
(248) 468–2990
Showtimes posted at:
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com
12/6/03 10th Annual MSD Singing Hands Craft Show
9 am – 4 pm
MSD Gym
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
12/6, 14 & 21/03

  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage Special Christmas Tour
1 – 4 pm
$3/person
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
Proceeds will go to the upkeep/maintenance of the Cottage. Appreciation goes to those who worked and decorated the house. And also to those who dedicated their time and effort to make sure the Cottage remains MSD property.
12/6/03 ASL/Silent Coffee Hour
(1st Saturday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
4 pm
Eastern Accents
214 South 4th Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact: Faye Bradbury
fab@umich.edu
12/6/03
  
MI Chpt. of AGB Fall Conference
Country Inn and Suites
Lansing, MI
For more information:
http://www.miagb.com
12/6/03 Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss (AAMHL) Winter Concert
Canons & Fugues: Music, Speech, or Noise? A Tour of Baroque, Classical, Modern Pre–Rap and Bionic Age Musical Sound
3 pm

Location: Room A–5 at the Martin Luther King Memorial Public Library
901 G Street Washington DC

Captions and sign language interpretation will be woven into the performance, and Williams Sound FM assistive listening devices (ALDs) will be provided for concert goers who use hearing aids or cochlear implants. If you plan to attend the concert and want to use the ALDs, please email Wendy Cheng (ldwendy@yahoo.com) with the number of devices needed by your party and the make and model hearing aid or cochlear implant you use.

AAMHL web site: http://www.paulwendy.com/aamhl/
12/6/03 Christmas Ball
Hosted by Owosso Assoc of the Deaf
5:30 pm – 1 am
Dinner at 6:30 pm, Cash Bar at 7 pm

Shiawasse Conservation Club
4247 N. M–52 Owosso, MI 48867
(Between Juddville and Riley Rd)
(about 4 miles north of I–69)

Cost: (no refund)
$20/person (before 12/5/03)
$25/person at the door
Cost includes dinner, entertainment and door prizes
Casual clothes only!
Money Orders only (no personal checks)

Mail to:
O.A.D. 468 Deland Rd Flushing, MI 48433
(c/o Eiermann)
For more information:
Bonnie Eiermann
(810) 659–9323 TTY/Fax
cay8@aol.com
12/7/03 Dollywood Deaf Awareness Day
Noon – 8pm
Free admission!
(Go to Guest Services Booth for a Complimentary Admission Ticket. Hearing friends and family members will be charged regular admission price.)
Interpreter will be at front gate, at the shows, and many other attractions during the Special Deaf Awareness Day.
More information: (800) 365–5996
http://www.dollywood.com/Events_DAD.htm
12/7/03 5th Annual Christmas party
Hosted by Metro Detroit Deaf Senior Citizens
Noon – 5pm
Vladimirs Hall
28150 Grand River, Farmington Hills, MI
Donation:
Members $10–20
Non–members $25
12/12/04

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held 2nd Friday monthly)
5 – 8 pm
Oakland County Library
1200 North Telegraph
Pontiac, MI
Contact: (877) 666–8560
http://www.iigonline.org
12/13/03 29th Annual Christmas Ball
hosted by Tri City Asso. of the Deaf
4pm Open, 5–8pm Dinner,
8–9pm Program, 9pm–1am DJ & Dance
Cash Bar

$20/person (rsvp), $25/person at door
(includes dinner and entertainment)
(please no blue or black jeans, thanks!)

Please sent money order only with # attending and $ totals to:
Tri City Assoc. of the Deaf
c/o Christmas Ball Committee
3520 Schust Rd Saginaw, MI 48603
12/14 & 21/03


  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage Special Christmas Tour
1 – 4 pm
$3/person
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
Proceeds will go to the upkeep/maintenance of the Cottage. Appreciation goes to those who worked and decorated the house. And also to those who dedicated their time and effort to make sure the Cottage remains MSD property.
12/14/03

 
“King Midas” – ASL Interpreted Performance
Presented by Stagecrafter’s Youth Theatre
1 pm
Interpreters: Jean–Luc Pharand & Lesley Kennedy
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6796 V/TTY
Be sure to request for preferred seating for TerpTheatre patrons! http://www.terptheatre.com
http://www.stagecrafters.org
12/18/03
ASL Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Interpreters: Kim Willet & Dan McDougall
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
http://www.oakland.edu/mbt
12/20/03
CANCELLED - see 12/23 event

Paintball
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Paintball! (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Pontiac, MI
For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
12/20/03 “The Shindig” – Event for the Black Deaf Community in the Flint area
(sponsored by Flint Champion Services for the Deaf)
3 pm
The Flint Public Library (next to Central High)
1026 E. Kearsley Flint, MI
For more information:
Felicia Skinner–Parker
P.O. Box 310506, Flint, MI 48531
flintinterpreter@yahoo.com
(810) 332–3323 TTY
12/20/03
   
Christmas Special Lucky 52 Game
$12/person
20 hams and many prizes given away
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
More information:
fadnewsletter@aol.com
12/21/03


  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage Special Christmas Tour
1 – 4 pm
$3/person
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
Proceeds will go to the upkeep/maintenance of the Cottage. Appreciation goes to those who worked and decorated the house. And also to those who dedicated their time and effort to make sure the Cottage remains MSD property.
12/21/03


 Les Miserables Play
“Les Miserables” – Interpreted Performance
7:30 pm
Fisher Theatre Detroit, MI
This play based on the great novel by Victor Hugo is the first interpreted play of the new season at the Fisher Theatre/Masonic Temple. If you enjoy theatre and would like more plays interpreted, call the Fisher Theatre. Tickets:
Go to the Box Office at the Fisher Theatre and ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/ fisher/general_info.htm
12/23/03

    Paintball
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Red Wings Fans! (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Red Wings Hockey Practice
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI
For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm
Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
12/31/03 4th Annual Happy New Year Party
Hosted by Western M.A.D.
Open 6 pm  Dinner 7:30 pm  Dancing 9 pm
Pine West Hall
2425 S. 11th St at Stadium Dr.
Kalamazoo, MI 49071
Catering Buffet Style Dinner
Beverages and cash bar will be provided
Admission: Oct: $35, Nov: $40, Dec 20th: $45, At door: $50
(No refunds – No t-shirt or jeans, please)
Checks payable to: W.M.A.D.
P.O. Box 702 Lawton, MI 49065
For more information: (269) 624–1437
wmad club@aol.com
12/31/03
   
New Year’s Eve Party
Mardi Gras at FAD
8 pm to 4 pm — $25 per person
Champagne give away, DJ music, more surprises!
Nice jeans casual
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
6 pm – Midnight

More information:
fadnewsletter@aol.com

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Calendar 2002

September
Events
9/6 1000/31 Card Games
Our Savior Lutheran Church Card Party
6 pm Refreshments
7 pm Card games
Huntington Woods Lutheran Church
12935 West 11 Mile Road Huntington Woods, MI
9/8 Owosso Association of the Deaf Picnic
11 am – 6 pm
$10 (includes food and games)
Shiawassee Conservation Club (M–52 in Owosso)
(between Juddville and Riley Roads)

Leon and Bonnie Eiermann
(810) 659–9323 TTY/FAX
9/14 Detroit Association of the Deaf’s First Annual Mixed Bowling Classic Tournament
1:00 pm
Westland Bowl (5940 N. Wayne Road)
Social following at Wayne Civic Hall
1645 Wayne Road Westland, Michigan

Anthony Genna
(734) 421-0286 Fax
9/15 AIDS Walk Detroit
Royal Oak, MI
All monies donated from this walk go to DEAF C.A.N.!

Brenda Stimson, team leader at Deaf C.A.N.!
(248) 332–3323 TTY (248) 331–3331 voice
9/15 MSD Alumni Assoc. 2004 Spaghetti Dinner/Card Games
Flint Association of the Deaf Hall Flint, MI
Open at 11am * Dinner at 12 noon
Admission: $8.00

Euchre, 500 Cards and “31”
Game at 2 pm * Cost $5.00
Prizes Given 100%
50/50 Raffles * Door Prizes

Susan Southward and her committee
PROCEEDS TOWARD THE 150 YEARS MSD CELEBRATION IN 2004
9/28 12–Hour Scrapbooking “Crop Till You Drop” Day
9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Trinity Lutheran Church, 45160 Van Dyke Road, Utica, Michigan Fellowship Hall
Proceeds to benefit the Deaf Missionary in Macau (near Hong Kong)

Sherry Rising
greeneyeowl@aol.com
Judith Loehr
loehrmj@comcast.net
Michelle Crawford
(248) 681-5216
9/28 AIDS Walk Michigan
Belle Isle, Detroit
95% of monies donated from this walk go to DEAF C.A.N.!
Brenda Stimson, team leader at Deaf C.A.N.!
(248) 332–3323 TTY (248) 331–3331 voice

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October
Events
10/4 Division on Deafness Advisory Council Meeting
10 am – 3 pm, Midway Conference Center, Lansing, MI
10/4 500/31 Card Games
Our Savior Lutheran Church Card Party
6 pm Refreshments
7 pm Card games
Huntington Woods Lutheran Church
12935 West 11 Mile Road Huntington Woods, MI
10/4 "Parental Rights" Protest Rally
Peaceful, Law-Abiding Protest Rally
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Grand Rapids, MI
Cochlear Implant case involving the court to decide whether or not to order CI surgery on two Deaf children whose Deaf mother will not consent to the surgery

Contact Claudia Lee for more details at
claudialee@prodigy.net
10/5 Deaf Arts Festival Bowl–a–Thon
12 noon to 4 pm
Thunderbird Lanes
400 W. Maple Rd.
Troy, MI

Proceeds toward the festival on May 31, 2003
Anyone are welcome to bowl with the pledge sheet
Get forms to join Bowl-A-Thon from Freida and DAF committee

Cost is $15.00 per bowler.
Money you pay will include 3 games, shoe rental, pizza, pop and prizes.

For more information contact
Freida Morrison, Chairperson
Deaf Arts Festival
PO Box 99581
Troy, MI 48099–9581
(248) 680–0772 fax
fmm0772@aol.com
10/7 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Michigan School for the Deaf Room 138
Call 800 – YOUR EAR or yourear@msu.edu
10/12 MSD Homecoming Game
Soccer game at 2pm
Flint, Michigan 48150

Contact CeCe Winkler at winklerc1@michigan.gov
10/12 Deaf Social Night
10 pm at Kicker's All American Grill (21+)
36071 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, Michigan 48150

Contact Erik O. for more details at Erio1975@aol.com
10/23–27 ALDA Conference
Orlando, Fla
10/25 Consortium on Universal Newborn Hearing Screening
10 am – 2:30 pm
$20 (by 10/14); $25 thereafter
Holiday Inn West
7501 W. Saginaw
Lansing, Michigan

See Infant Hearing Screening under Health Care
The agenda and related information are available at: http://www.madhs.org

Jody Smith, Michigan Association for Deaf, Hearing and Speech
800–Your Ear or 517–487–0066 V/TTY
Fax: 517–487–2586; yourear@msu.edu
10/26 Hayride and Bonfire for Deaf/HH Teens
Oak Haven Farm
Holly, MI
Contact: Sheri Ann Garnard, Program Director
TTY: (248) 332–3323
FAX: (248) 332–7334
E–mail: Java72gecko@yahoo.com
or deafcan@prodigy.net
10/27 Annual Bazaar
St John Deaf Center Warren, MI
810–758–0714 voice 810–758–0710 tty
10/29 ASL Silent Halloween Party
7 pm in the lounge across from O.D.R.
Madonna University, Livonia, MI

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November
Events
11/1 1000/31 Card Games
Our Savior Lutheran Church Card Party
6 pm Refreshments
7 pm Card games
Huntington Woods Lutheran Church
12935 West 11 Mile Road Huntington Woods, MI
11/2 Deaf History Presentation
Presenters: Mary Klein (Lansing) and Freida Morrison (Troy)
Hosted by Michigan Deaf Assoc. Detroit Chapter

10 am (Meeting, Refreshments, Deaf History)
St. John Deaf Center, Warren, MI
$8 donation with food
$5 donation without food

Carol Dunaj (586) 532–0290 TTY/FAX
Patricia Dudis E–mail: patty_dudis@juno.com
11/8 – 9 Xe Axe International's TOYS theater (Russian)
Friday at 7:00 pm; Saturday at 5:00 pm
Michigan School for the Deaf
W. Court St & Miller Road, Flint, MI 48503
$20 – Adults
$15 – Students/Seniors
$10 – Children under 12 (free under 3)
Add $5 at Door

Ticket Purchases – Accept Check, Money Order, VISA, Mastercard, Discover
Bonnie Gemmill
E–mail: GemmillB@michigan.gov
E–mail: tickets@toystheater.com
www.Toystheater.com
(877) 325–8834 V
(810) 257–1400 TTY
(718) 504–4962 FAX
11/10 25th Annual Central States Bowling Association of the Deaf Tournament
Sunnybrook–58 Brunswick Lanes
7191 17 Mile Road
Sterling Heights, Michigan

Michael A. Miller
(810) 686–0328 TTY/FAX (men’s event)

Jo Ellen Morse
(612) 561–7133 TTY or (612) 569–0663 FAX

11/15–16 Deaf ExpoTM (10th Anniv.)
Ontario, California
Contact: David Rosenbaum
TTY: 877–332–3397
FAX: 818–764–4066
E–mail: deafexpo@c-s-d.org
http://www.c-s-d.org
11/18–19 Continuing Education in Mental Health
Course 16: Special Populations
Video Conference Only (at Pathways)
The Co-Occurring Disorder Institute

Annette Pepper
(517) 374–6848

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December
Events
12/1 Annual Christmas Dinner
Tri-County Deaf Senior Citizens, Inc.
12 pm – 5 pm
Troy Marriott Hotel
200 W. Big Beaver Rd.
Troy, MI

$25 with full dinner course
Aryln Meyerson (248) 477–5143 FAX
12/7 28th Annual TCAD Christmas Ball
Tri City Association of the Deaf Club
3520 Schust Road
Saginaw, MI 48602

$20 before 11/30/02
$25 at door
(money orders only to TCAD, 1517 Towerline Rd, Kawkawlin, MI 48631)
12/7 Singing Hands 9th Annual Crafts Bazaar
9 am – 4 pm
MSD Gym, Flint, MI
12/8 5th Annual Christmas Banquet
Metro Detroit Deaf Senior Citizens
12 pm – 5 pm
Sterling banquet & Conference Center
34911 Van Dyke Ave.
Sterling Heights, MI

$10/member & $25/non–member before 11/21/02
Andy Filowiat (248) 394–8160 FAX/TTY
12/13 10th Annual Deaf Kids Christmas Party
Sponsored by MIRID Sub–Chapter VI, TCAD and V.O.I.C.E.
6 pm – 9 pm
Tri–City Association of the Deaf
3520 Schust Rd
Saginaw, MI
Contact: (989) 497–7111 V or 7112 TTY
12/22 Annual Children’s Christmas Party
Sponsored by St. Mark's Deaf Catholic Community
after the 9:30 am Mass
St. John's Chapel
Fenton, MI
Renae True: (810) 635–8503
ratrue@hotmail.com
calamanr@michigan.gov
Parents: please bring a gift with child's name on it for Santa’s bag.

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