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E-Michigan Deaf and Hard of Hearing People.

Past Calendar Months

Calendar 2005

Jan ’05 | Feb ’05 | Mar ’05 | Apr ’05 | May ’05 | June ’05
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Calendar 2005

January 2005
Events
12/31 – 1/6/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
  Thank You for Captioned Movies
National Treasure” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
NEW LOCATION!!
Canton, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: 4:05, 6:45pm
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema
1/5 – 16/05
      Deaflympics Games
20th Deaflympics Games 2005
Melbourne, Australia

For more information:
http://2005deaflympics.com/
1/6 – 16/05


 
M2005 Deaflympic Games Cultural Festival —
A Celebration of Possibility

Melbourne, Australia

Full details of the Festival program can be found at:
http://www.tajproductions.com.au/ CulturalFestival.htm

View a huge array of talent, click on this:
http://www.tajproductions.com.au/ m2005program2.htm

Click for ticket purchase information:
http://www.tajproductions.com.au/ M2005ticketing.htm

For more information:
info@TAJProductions.com.au
http://www.tajproductions.com.au/
1/7 – 13/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
  Thank You for Captioned Movies
Blade: Trinity” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
NEW LOCATION!!
Canton, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted:
Fri – Thurs: 3:55, 6:20 pm
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema
1/7/04


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of OCC – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
Rollerblading Night

7pm to 10pm
Silverdome Pontiac, MI

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
1/8/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
12pm to 2pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
1/9/05


V–Day Planning Meeting
VDAY – Until The Violence Stops
V–Day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls

Get involved in the the benefit production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues”

3 – 5pm
Michigan School for the Deaf Auditorium

For more information:
Click here for V–Day Planning Meeting Flyer

Alison Aubrecht: AubrechtA@michigan.gov
Sherri Ann Garnand: java72gecko@yahoo.com
1/9/04


MDMP Logo
Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant Meeting
Noon
Barnes and Nobles
500 S. Main Street, Royal Oak, MI 48067

EVERYTHING on MDMP 2005 will be discussed.

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yaho.com
http://www.mideaf.org/pageant.htm
1/9/05

2nd Sunday monthly
Northern LightSHHH (NLSHHH)
1:30 p.m.
Traverse Area District Library
610 Woodmere Ave, near 8th St.
Traverse City, MI

We count on the power of our combined wisdom and experience along with our thirst for new input and new research to live full lives, and use hearing loss as a motivator and source of creativity. We are a mix of whoever chooses to attend: hard of hearing, deaf, friends, family, observers, professionals....New people welcome.

For more information:
Cindy Shapiro
231.864.4020 voice/TTY/fax
231.590.4671 cell voicemail
cinshhh@chartermi.net
1/10/05 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
9:15 AM - 3:00 PM
Michigan State Police Academy
Lansing, Michigan

For a map to the meeting click here.

For January 2005 meeting agenda click here.

For Membership Renewal Info Sheet click here.

For more information about the Coalition click here.
1/11 – 2/8/05

Every Tuesday for 5 weeks


Pathways for Parenting classes
(Every Tuesday for 5 weeks)
7 – 9 pm
DEAF C.A.N.!
2111 Orchard Lake Road #101; Sylvan Lake, MI

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.”

Contact: Michelle Graham
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net http://www.deafcan.org/ParentingProgram.htm
1/11/05 Silent Coffee Hour – Plymouth
(2nd Tuesday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
7:30 pm

Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
884 Penniman
Plymouth, MI

Contact: Jane Acciaioli
lacciaioli24298@comcast.net
1/17/05 Dr. King Celebrations!
Jazzistry – ASL Interpreted
6:30 pm

Chelsea NEW High School
740 N. Freer Road
Chelsea, MI

Directions to High School: Take I 94 to the Chelsea/M52 exit and go north on M52 toward Chelsea. You will pass several lights. You will come to a corner with a light with a Polly's grocery store on your right and the Pamida shopping center on your left. This is Old US 12. Turn right (East) on Old US 12. At the first light turn left (North) on Freer. You will pass Pierce Lake Elementary School on your left right away. In several "blocks" you will see the new high school on your right.

See flyer for more info
1/18/05

“The King and I” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Masonic Temple Theatre — Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Blvd. Suite 110, Detroit, MI
Interpreted by Henry Lowe and Aliehs Young
More information:
Ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/ fisher/general_info.htm
1/19/05
     
“Driving Miss Daisy” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI
Contact:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#Driving
1/22/05


  Snowball Ice Skating
Snowball Ice Skating for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Rochester, 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
1/22/05 Western M.A.D. Dingo
Mattawan Antwerp Township Center
24821 Front Ave
Mattawan, MI
Doors open at 4pm and play at 6:00pm
Refreshment & Food will be sold
Friends are Welcome

Admission:
Player: $5 per person
0 to 9 – lotto $1.00 per paper
Will play horse races on Dingo
Lots of fun to play!

For more information:
Click to view WMAD Dingo Flyer

Dave Phillips
bigapeman2@aol.com
wmad club@aol.com
1/22/05




  John 'Leno' Maucere
The John “Leno” Maucere Show
Presented by Deaf Arts Festival
7:00 pm — Ticket $22.00

Mercy High School
29300 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336

For more information:
Click for The John “Leno” Maucere Show Flyer

http://www.deafywood.com

http://www.deafartsfestival.org

Freida Morrison, DAF President
Fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org
1/23/05


1st V–Day Performance Rehearsal
VDAY – Until The Violence Stops
V–Day is a global movement to stop violence against women and girls

Get involved in the the benefit production of Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues”

1 – 5pm
Michigan School for the Deaf Auditorium

For more information:
Click here for V–Day Planning Meeting Flyer

Alison Aubrecht: AubrechtA@michigan.gov
Sherri Ann Garnand: java72gecko@yahoo.com
1/26/05 Sorenson VP–100 Workshop
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Holiday Inn, Gateway Centre
5353 Gateway Centre
Flint, MI 48507
(810) 232–5300 V

For more information:
Click here for Workshop Flyer
Donna Mahoney, Michigan Outreach Manager
dmahoney@sorenson.com
http://www.sorensonvrs.com
1/27/05 Sorenson VP–100 Workshop
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Spring Hill Suites Lansing - by Marriott
2710 Lake Lansing Road
Lansing, MI 48912
(517) 482–0500 V

For more information:
Click here for Workshop Flyer
Donna Mahoney, Michigan Outreach Manager
dmahoney@sorenson.com
http://www.sorensonvrs.com
1/28 – 2/3/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
  Thank You for Captioned Movies
In Good Company” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
1/29/05

   
2nd Annual Texas Hold ’em Poker
$5/adult
Open at 4:30pm, Games begin at 6:00pm
To play poker: $40

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
For more information:
Marty Galentine and Dave Takacs

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February 2005
Events
2/3/05 Sorenson VRS Center Open House
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Four Points by Sheraton
3200 Boardwalk
Ann Arbor, MI

For more information:
ljones@sorenson.com
http://www.sorensonvrs.com
2/4/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Friendship Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
7:00 to 9:00 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor


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
2/4 – 6/04 Mid–Michigan Women’s Expo
Meet two Deaf Women Entrepreneurs at the Mid–Michigan Women’s Expo, Lansing Center in Lansing, MI.
They are at the Healthy Exposure Airbrush/HVLP Tanning and The Natural Facelift Booths (102 & 103)
Come join them and learn about their businesses and how you too can start your own business.
For more information:

Nancy Dokter
ntaitdok@edcen.ehhs.cmich.edu
2/5/05 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: Chuck Dornbos
silent-coffee@sbcglobal.net
2/5/05 19th 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
$20/person (by 1/31/04) or $25 (at door)
(Must be 21 years old to enter!)

For Information:
Chairperson Rosemary Martin
(616) 534–4217 TTY/Fax
Co-Chairperson Debbie Shearer
(231) 856–7697 V/TTY
Sdhearer@net-port.com
2/6/05


Super Bowl Logo
Super Bowl Party
Hosted by Detroit Assoc. of the Deaf
Doors open at 3pm

$60/person includes all you can eat and drink, one free football square. Card Tournaments!

Wayne–Ford Civic League
1645 N. Wayne Road
Westland, MI

For more information:
Jason Stepchuk
jstepchuk299@spcglobal.net
Erik Oestreich
erio1975@aol.com
2/11/05
  
“Pippin” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
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/list.html#Pippin
http://www.stagecrafters.org
2/11/05

Windsor Assoc. of the Deaf
WAD’s 45th Anniversary Dinner
with Valentine Theme

Hosted by Windsor Assoc. for the Deaf
Michael’s Restaurant
Windsor, Ontario, Canada

For more information:
Click here to view Dinner Flyer
http://home.cogeco.ca/~wad/wadfront.htm
2/11 – 13/05

Develop your heARTS together with Chuck Baird, America’s Deaf Artist
Sign up for Art Workshop and Romantic Gourment Valentine Dinner weekend!
Limit to 12 couples – $150/couple or $75/person
See flyer link below

Holley Family Village at DeSales Center
Brooklyn, MI

For more information:
Click for Heart with the Art Flyer

Kathy Derderian, Art Education Coordinator
cheyennkat@yahoo.com
2/11 – 17/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
  Thank You for Captioned Movies
Million Dollar Baby” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
2/17/05


   
Bertram Weston’s Dance Performances
Admission is $15 and $13 for students/seniors
7:30 pm
OCC Highland Lakes Campus Student Center Arena
7350 Cooley Lake Road in Waterford

For ticket information: (248) 942-3241
For program information: (248) 942-3242

Click here for Bertram Poster
Click here for Deaf Dancer's Press Release

http://www.bertramweston.com http://www.oaklandcc.edu
2/18/05

  
Divison on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Council Meeting
9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

For more information:
dod@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
2/18 – 25/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Boogeyman” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
2/18/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
2/18/05


   
Bertram Weston’s Dance Performances
Admission is $15 and $13 for students/seniors
7:30 pm
OCC Orchard Ridge Campus
27055 Orchard Lake Road, just south of I–696 in Farmington Hills

For ticket information: (248) 942-3241
For program information: (248) 942-3242

Click here for Bertram Poster
Click here for Deaf Dancer's Press Release

http://www.bertramweston.com http://www.oaklandcc.edu
2/18/05 A Night With Peter Cook!
Presented by St. Clair College ASL Club of Windsor
7:30 pm
Admission: $5.00 (Canadian)
St. Clair College
Windsor, Ontario, Canada

christinian2@hotmail.com
2/19/05

  Snowboarding
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Snowboarding and Skiing (sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Mt. Holly Ski Resort, Holly, 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
2/19/05 PIA’s English to ASL Interpreting Workshop
Sign Language Services of Michigan presents a voicing workshop, "English to A.S.L. Interpreting--The Gish Approach". Participants will learn the Gish method of information processing, practice the goal-to-detail, detail- to-goal approach to voice interpreting, and identify clarification and self correction techniques.
Workshop presented by: Alicia Rondeau, NAD V Interpreter

1 – 5 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to see the flyer and registration form.

info@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
2/19/05 MICHON CODA Get Together

Where have we been? 2:00 pm
2109 Windsor Drive, Ann Arbor
Bring a dish to pass and chat up with news!!

For more information:
(734) 604–7365 V
goblue1011@aol.com
2/19/05 Western M.A.D. Euchre Tournament
Mattawan Antwerp Township Center
24821 Front Ave
Mattawan, MI
Doors open at 5pm and play at 6:30pm
Refreshment & Food will be sold
Friends are Welcome

Admission:
Player: $10 per person
All fans: $4.00 & Members: $3.00
Fans can have fun play L.C.R. and K–Freeze

For more information:
Click to view WMAD Euchre Tournament Flyer

Dave Phillips
bigapeman2@aol.com
wmad club@aol.com
2/21/05 President’s Day Lunch & Bingo
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
Lunch will be served at noon
Bingo will start at 1pm
Lunch donation $6, Bingo pay extra
Proceeds toward 75th Auxiliary Anniversary Banquet
More information:
Susan Southward
Sheila Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
2/22/05


   
Bertram Weston’s Two Master Signing Performance Workshops
Admission is $15 with required advance registration

12:00–2:00 pm
OCC Highland Lakes Campus Student Center Arena
7350 Cooley Lake Road in Waterford

6:00–8:00 pm
OCC Orchard Ridge Campus’ Studio Cafè
27055 Orchard Lake Road, just south of I–696 in Farmington Hills

For ticket information: (248) 942-3241
For program information: (248) 942-3242

Click here for Bertram Poster
Click here for Deaf Dancer's Press Release

http://www.bertramweston.com http://www.oaklandcc.edu
2/23/05 Interpreting for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals with Developmental Delays, Mental Illness, and Minimal Language Skills. Deaf, et. Workshop for interpreters

6 – 8pm
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite # 246
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49506
Cost $15

For more information or RSVP:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
loeterp@yahoo.com
2/23/05


  
“Private Lives” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#Private
2/25 – 3/3/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Constantine” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
2/25/05




POSTPONED
Date: TBD
“The Abababa On The Road Tour” --- POSTPONED
The AMAZING and Perilious Tales of Alan “Abababa” Abarbanell (CODA)
Presented by Deaf Arts Festival

7:30 pm — Ticket $25.00
Hors d’oeuvres included plus Cash bar
River Crest Banquet Hall
900 West Avon Rd.
Rochester Hills, MI 48336

For more information:
Click for Abababa Show Flyer

Click for Map to Abababa Show

http://www.deafartsfestival.org

Freida Morrison, DAF President
Fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org
2/25 – 3/3/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Constantine” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
2/25/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
2/26/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room TBA
12pm to 2pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
2/26/05


MDMP Logo
Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant – Deaf Social Night
7:00 pm
Gameworks at Great Lakes Crossing, Auburn Hills, MI

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm

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March 2005
Events
3/03/05 Sorenson VP–100 Workshop
7:30 – 9:00 pm
Spring Hill Suites by Marriott - Grand Rapids
450 Center Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 4954
(616) 785–1800 V

For more information:
Donna Mahoney, Michigan Outreach Manager
dmahoney@sorenson.com
http://www.sorensonvrs.com
3/3/05

 Phantom of the Opera
“Phantom of the Opera” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Masonic Temple Theatre — Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Blvd. Suite 110, Detroit, MI
Interpreted by Henry Lowe and Aliehs Young
More information:
Ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/ fisher/general_info.htm
3/4 – 10/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Hitch” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
3/4 & 5/05


“The Vagina Monologues”
An Eve Ensler Production

Performed in American Sign Language
with Voice Interpreters

7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
at East Quad, 701 East University

Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at door
Proceeds go to Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

For more information:
Click here for V Day Performance Flyer Image

Alison Aubrecht: AubrechtA@michigan.gov
Sherri Ann Garnand: java72gecko@yahoo.com
3/4/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Friendship Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
7:00 to 9:00 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor


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
3/04/05 Sorenson VP–100 Workshop
7:30 – 9:00 pm
Holiday Inn West Bay
615 East Front Street
Traverse City, MI 49686
(800) 888–8020 V

Click here for Workshop Flyer
Donna Mahoney, Michigan Outreach Manager
dmahoney@sorenson.com
http://www.sorensonvrs.com
3/5/05 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: Chuck Dornbos
silent-coffee@sbcglobal.net
3/8/05 Silent Coffee Hour – Plymouth
(2nd Tuesday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
7:30 pm

Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
884 Penniman
Plymouth, MI

Contact: Jane Acciaioli
lacciaioli242986mi@comcast.net
3/9/07

   
St. Patrick's Basket Party
7 pm - $5.00 Admission
Don't miss this fun night!

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Peg Frelich
mf290710@comcast.net
3/11 – 17/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Because of Winn Dixie” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
3/11/05

  

  
St Patrick’s Day Party
7 pm
Admission: $5.00
Games start at 7:30pm
Prizes, Basket Raffle, Refreshments, etc.
Everyone is Welcome!

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
More information:
Cathy Leonard, Chairperson
cklirish@yahoo.com
Sheilia Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
3/11 & 12/05 xeAxe International's TOYS theater (Russian)
Friday at 7:30 pm; Saturday at 2:00 & 7:30 pm
Michigan School for the Deaf
W. Court St & Miller Road, Flint, MI 48503

$25 – Adults
$20 – Students/Seniors
$15 – Children under 14 (free under 3)
Deduct $5 if buy before 3/10

For more information:
Click here to view Toys Theater flyer

Steven Peterson
E–mail: peterson894@chartermi.com
www.Toystheater.com
3/11 – 13/04 West Michigan Women’s Expo
Meet two Deaf Women entrepreneurs at the West Michigan Women’s Expo, DeVos Place in Grand Rapids.
Healthy Exposure Airbrush/HVLP Tanning and The Natural Facelift.
Come join them and learn about their businesses and how you too can start your own business.
For more information:

Nancy Dokter
ntaitdok@edcen.ehhs.cmich.edu
3/12/05

Computer Classes with Chris Hunter
Computer Classes with Chris Hunter
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
“Computer Made Easy for Beginners & Window Basics”
1 pm – 4:30 pm
“Digital Imaging & Scanners ”

$39.00 each session
(Enrollment minimum: 6; maximum 12)
Mott Community College
Curtice Mott Building


For more information and registration:
Peg Frelich pfrelich@cacdhh.org
(810) 239–3112 V/TTY
(810) 239–1606 Fax
www.cacdhh.org
3/12/05 Credit Counseling and Home Finance Seminar for the Deaf Community

Presented by Deaf, Etc.
11:00 am
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite # 246
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49506

For more information:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
deafetcf@yahoo.com
3/12/05
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Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant – Deaf Social Night
7:00 pm
Dave & Busters Utica, MI

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
3/15/05
Visit with author Naomi Shihab Nye — ASL Interpreted

Event sponsored by Chelsea Community Read
Washington Street Education Center Auditorium
500 Washington St.
Chelsea, MI

For more information:
Click here for more information and directions.
3/15/05
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Deadline for Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant
Little Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant Entries


Deadline Today!

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
3/15/05

Deadline on Annual Poster Contests for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youths
Ends today on March 15th
May is Better Speech and Hearing Month, and Deaf Celebration Week
Specific information can be found on the website below and click on “Youth Programs” on the left.
http://www.madhs.org
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 487–0202 TTY
(517) 487–2586
3/17/05

   
Michigan Hands & Voices
Early Hearing Interventionist and Parent Conference

Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center on the campus of Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI

Sponsored by the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program and Michigan Hands & Voices with funding through the Maternal Child Health Bureau

Families of young children with hearing loss, professionals who work with children and their families will learn ways to improved hearing health care for those in the 0-5 year range and their families.

Lodging is available at the Kellogg Center, 517-432-4000, mention the conference name when registering.

Contact:
Yasmina Bouraoui, Program Coordinator
(517) 335–9398 V
yasminab@michigan.gov

Amy Lester, Parent Consultant
(734) 615–8273 V
Lestera@michigan.gov

Click below for more details:
Conference Brochure and Registration Form
3/18/05 Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns (MCDC) Meeting
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

Interpreter and CART are provided. Contact MCDC for other accommodations

For more information:
mcdc@michigan.gov
3/18 – 24/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Be Cool” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
3/18/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
3/19/05 Fourth Voicing Workshop for Interpreters
Presented by Deaf, Etc.
9am – Noon
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite # 246
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49506
Cost $15 with 3 QA units

For more information or RSVP:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
loeterp@yahoo.com
3/19/05

   
Michigan Hands & Voices Family Fun Event Impression 5 Museum
10:00 am to Noon

See flyer for more info

For more information:
Amy Lester, Parent Consultant
(517) 646–0784 V
Lestera@michigan.gov
3/19/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room TBA
12pm to 2pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
3/19/05 DAD Bowling Classic

Westland Bowl
5940 North Wayne Rd
Westland, Mi

For more information:
Craig and Caroll Schlorff
(734) 241–4018 Fax
3/19/05 4th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Dingo
Mattawan Antwerp Township Center
24821 Front Ave
Mattawan, MI

For more information:
Click to view WMAD St. Patrick’s Day Dingo Flyer

Kathy Kaake and Jim Clancy
WMADClub93@yahoo.com
3/20/05


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Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant's
Used Books Sale

at Deaf C.A.N.!, Sylvan Lake, MI

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
3/25 – 31/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
The Pacifier” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

Showtime posted: Fri-Thur: 3:25, 6:40 pm,
Fri – Thurs: TBD
http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
3/25/05


Peter Cook – International Deaf Performing Artist
Sponsored by Deaf Fellowship Club & Student Life Activities of OCC Auburn Hills
7:00 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills campus


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
3/26/05 Euchre Singles Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
1st Place – $250 based on 20 tables
Hall opens at 3 pm
Games start at 5 pm
Admission: $5 per adults (no kids!)
10 Euchre games: $10 per player
K–Freeze games: $5 per player

V.F.W.Old Kent #830 Hall
557 – 11th Street, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

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:
Click here for GRAAD Euchre Tourney Flyer

Bobby Grumm
(616) 842–6106 TTY/Fax/VP
EuchreKing@ameritech.net
3/26/05 Michigan Lesbian & Gay ComedFest - ASL Interpreted
6:00pm & 9:00pm
Dearborn's Ford Community & Performing Arts Centre
15801 Michigan Avenue Dearborn, MI
Tickets $25 in advance or $30 at door

For more information:
(313) 537–3323
http://www.comedyfest.org
3/26/05
Deaf & Hearing Impaired Night @ the Palace!
Detroit Pistons VS Boston Celtics
7:30 PM, Palace of Auburn Hills

All Great lower–level seats reserved for Deaf Awareness

Tickets discounted to $50 (reg.$60)
Coopertive interpreters at concession stands
Signing of the National Anthem
Complimentary Pistons Duffle Bag for each ticket purchased
Group recognintion on the Pistons Jumbotron Screen

Make checks payable to: The Palace of Auburn Hills with your address enclosed and number of tickets
Mail to: Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services, Inc.
25882 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 100
Farmington Hills, Mi 48336
or Fax your order to DHIS 248–474–7938 with order of # of tickets, and credit card no. and your addressto mail tickets to you

For more information:
deafsvcs@aol.com
(248) 473–1875 TTY
(248) 474–7938 Fax
3/26/05

   
Easter Special Lucky 52
8 pm
Admission: $12.00
Cash Prizes and Refreshments
Everyone is Welcome!

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

More information:
Sheilia Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
3/27/05

 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth “Bowling!”
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)

3500 Grand River, Farmington, 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
3/30/05


  
“And Then They Came for Me:
Remembering the World of Anne Frank” – Interpreted Performance

Special Collaborative with Oakland University
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#WorldFrank
3/31/05

Deadline on Scholarship Application for Deaf and Hard of Hearing High School Seniors
Ends today on March 31st
Application information can be found on the website below and click on “Youth Programs” on the left.
http://www.madhs.org
(800) YOUR – EAR
(517) 487–0202 TTY
(517) 487–2586
3/31/05 Sign Language Services of Michigan’s Deaf Community Family Skate Night
630 – 9 pm
Great Skate
29100 Hayes Roseville, MI 48066
(1 block North of 12 Mile Rd.)

$4.00 for Skaters (includes skate rental)
$1.00 for Non-Skaters

Everyone is invited, Deaf Community, Interpreters, Students, Parents, Families, H.I. Teachers.

Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. SLS is not responsible for injuries, etc.

For more information:
Click here to see SLS Skate Party flyer

skate@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com

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April 2005
Events
4/1 – 7/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Robots” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
4/1/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Friendship Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
7:00 to 9:00 pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor


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
4/1 & 2/05



  
Cleveland Signstage Theatre performances of Robin Hood
Visit http://www.youtheatre.org for additional information!

Click here to see the flyer

Or, call (248) 577–PLAY (7529) to reserve your classroom or individual family tickets today!
4/2/05

Computer Classes with Chris Hunter
Computer Classes with Chris Hunter
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
“Computer Help Shop”
$50.00 all day session

Mott Community College
Curtice Mott Building
(Enrollment minimum: 6; maximum 12)

For more information and registration:
Peg Frelich pfrelich@cacdhh.org
(810) 239–3112 V/TTY
(810) 239–1606 Fax
www.cacdhh.org
4/2/05 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: Chuck Dornbos
silent-coffee@sbcglobal.net
4/2/05


Euchre & 31 Saturday
Hosted by Deaf Arts Festival
3 pm - doors open; 4 pm - dinner; 6 pm - cards play
$10 per advance ticket (3/29/05)
$15 per ticket at the door
$5 per cards game at door - 100% prizes give-away

Ascension Church Gym (behind St. John Deaf Center)
8245 Fishers Rd.
Warren, MI 48089

For more information:
Click for Euchre & 31 Saturday Flyer

Freida Morrison, DAF President
Fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org
http://www.deafartsfestival.org
4/3/05


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“ASL Skills Enhancement” Workshop with Diane McKittrick
$10 at door
$5 extra to sign up for RID or QA credit unit.
10 am - 3 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Rd; Auburn Hills, MI 48326

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
4/4/05 Deaf C.A.N.! Town Hall Meeting
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Rochester, MI

For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 Voice
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://deafcan.org
4/7/05

Every 1st & 3rd Thursdays
ASL Story Hour
6 – 7:30 pm
941 South Grove Street at the Morman church, Ypsilanti, MI

For more information:
Anne duckie@tmail.com
4/8 – 15/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
The Ring 2” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
4/8/05

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Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
4/8 – 10/05 20th Bilingual/Bicultural Workshop:
“Vocabulary Construction 101” and
“The Great Bobini” Deaf Magician!

Presented by Kirtland Community College, MIRID S/VI and Division on Deafness and Hard of Hearing

MacMullan Conference Center
104 Conservation Dr.
Roscommon, MI

For more information:
Click here to view the 20th ASL Workshop Flyer
http://k2.kirtland.cc.mi.us/~daweb/405workshop.htm

Brenda Dawe
bdawe@juno.com
989–275–5000 ext. 419
4/9/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
4/9/05


  
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
info@Detroitbda6.org
http://www.detroitbda6.org
4/9/05

 
“The White Rose ” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Varner Studio Theatre
School of Music, Theatre & Dance
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI
Contact: (248) 370–3013 V
mtd@oakland.edu http://terptheatre.com/list.html#WhiteRose
4/11/05

Postponed
to 4/18
Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
All invited to improve and support services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Michigan.

4/12/05 Silent Coffee Hour – Plymouth
(2nd Tuesday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
7:30 pm

Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
884 Penniman
Plymouth, MI

Contact: Jane Acciaioli
lacciaioli242986mi@comcast.net
4/14/05
  
“Run for Your Wife” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
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/list.html#RunWife
http://www.stagecrafters.org
4/15 – 22/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Guess Who” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
4/16/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
12pm to 2pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
4/16/05

Postponed
to 4/23

Chicken Dinner at FAD
For more information:
Peg Frelich
pfrelich@cacdhh.org
4/18/05 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
All invited to improve and support services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Michigan.

9:15 AM - 3:00 PM
Madonna University, Executive Classroom
Livonia, Michigan

For a map to the meeting click here.

For April 2005 meeting agenda click here.

For more information about the Coalition click here.
4/21/05

Every 1st & 3rd Thursdays
ASL Story Hour
6 – 7:30 pm
941 South Grove Street at the Morman church, Ypsilanti, MI

For more information:
Anne duckie@tmail.com
4/22 – 28/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
The Interpreter” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
4/23/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Workshops presented by Ron Dans
10:00 am - 1:00 pm — Classifiers
$20/person – 25 seats limit
To register, sent email to kletha@aslrc.com
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm — ASL: Is it right for everyone?
A special workshop for the Deaf/HH Community
Free workshop

ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
4/23/05

Rollerblading for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
U.S. Blades
West Bloomfield, 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
4/23/05

   
FAD Chicken Dinner
4-6 pm
Cost: $7.00
Will be followed by regular Euchre League but extra players are welcome.

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

More information:
Peg Frelich
pfrelich@cacdhh.org
4/23/05 8th Annual Euchre Team Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
1st Place – $350 based on 20 tables
Hall opens at 3 pm
Games start at 5 pm
Admission: $5 per adults (no kids!)
10 Euchre games: $10 per player
K–Freeze games: $5 per player

V.F.W.Old Kent #830 Hall
557 – 11th Street, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

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/VP
EuchreKing@ameritech.net
4/28/05
Genetics of Vision and Hearing Loss Conference
Offered by the American Association for Home-Based Early Interventionists in collaboration with the Saginaw Valley State University College of Education.
Saginaw Valley State University, Saginaw, MI

For more information:
Click to see the brochure

Sandra Wieber
s_wieber@charter.net
4/28/05

   
John Miller - Interim Director of Deaf Education Program at MSU
Presented by Michigan Hands and Voices
John is a former classroom teacher of students with hearing loss and is now helping to train future teachers. The discussion will cover special education law as it relates to students with hearing loss, how to prepare and participate in a successful IEP and how to contribute to a partnership with your child's teachers and service providers.

Light refreshments and childcare are provided

Heartwood School - Ingham ISD
Seminar Room 101

For more information:
Amy Lester, Parent Consultant
(517) 646–0784 V
Lestera@michigan.gov
4/29 – 5/5/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
Fever Pitch” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html
*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
4/29/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
4/29 & 30/05 Singing Hands 2005
Noon & 7 pm
Michigan School for the Deaf
Flint, MI
12 Noon and 7 pm (both days)
Admission: $5.00 (Group (10 or more) rate $2 Noon performances only)
(810) 257–1400
For more information:
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
4/29 – 30/05

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MIRID Spring Conference
University Place Marriott
Downtown Lansing, MI

For more information:
Click here for MIRID Spring Conference Packet
http://www.mirid.org
4/30/05


Michigan Chapter of ASLTA logo
Michigan ASLTA Workshop
“!?What ASL Verb ?Have?Have?Have”
Presenter: Karen Boyd
Mott Community College
Regional Technology Center Room 1005
9am to 4pm

Members:
Early Bird: (4/22) $35, At Door: $40
Non Members:
Early Bird: (4/22) $40, At Door: $45

For more information:
Click on MI ASLTA Workshop Flyer

Sharon Meldrum
(734) 591–9266 TTY
smeldrum@madonna.edu
4/30/05 Walk & Roll
An event for the independence of people with disabilities.

1 – 3:30 pm
Holt High School Gym
Holt, MI
Interpreters provided

For more information:
http://www.copower.org/mdrc/walkandroll.htm

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May 2005
Events
5/1/05

    
Special MDA Board of Directors Meeting
9 am – 4 pm
Perkins Family Restaurant
In Kalamazoo by I-94. Get off Exit 80. It is on Cork Street

Contact:
Diane McKittrick, president@mideaf.org
Margaret Barker, secretary@mideaf.org
http://www.mideaf.org
5/4/05


  
“The World Goes 'Round” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Auburn Hills, MI
Contact:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#WorldRound
5/6 – 12/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
A Lot Like Love” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
5/6/05

  
Divison on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Council Meeting
9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

For more information:
dod@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
5/6/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Friendship Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
6:30 to 9:00 pm
Gameworks at Great Lakes Crossing, Auburn Hills
Dinner, meeting and social gathering

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
5/7/05 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: Chuck Dornbos
silent-coffee@sbcglobal.net
5/7/05

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Stampin Up! Products
2 pm
Presented by Mary Ann Westfall and Hosted by Ivette Robinson This is open to everyone to attend. Please R.S.V.P. so that the presenter may bring enough materials for everyone to make their own card.

Partylite Products
6 pm
Presented by Teresa Thirny This is also open to everyone to attend and is an opportunity to support a Deaf business owner.

For both the Stampin Up! and the Partylite presentations we are looking for those who would like to practice their interpreting skills and receive feedback. This is a wonderful opportunity for mentoring in a relaxed, no pressure environment. Please contact us today for more information!

ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
5/10/05 Silent Coffee Hour – Plymouth
(2nd Tuesday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
7:30 pm

Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
884 Penniman
Plymouth, MI

Contact: Jane Acciaioli
lacciaioli242986mi@comcast.net
5/13 – 19/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for OC movies
Kicking & Screaming” Open–caption movie*
Emagine Novi Theatre – Dedicated Screen Daily
44425 West 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption movie provided by Insight Cinema
5/13 – 15/05
Post–Secondary Interpreting Network 2005 Conference
Overland Park, KS

For more information:
http://web.jccc.net/student/ access/pin_2005.htm
5/13/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
5/13/05
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Mobsters Ball at Alcamos (St. Clair Shores)
Tickets $50 (advance sales only)
Includes 3 course dinner, DJ, dancing, entertainment, raffle and a silent auction

For more information:
Click here for Mobster Ball Flyer

missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
5/14/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
12pm to 2pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
5/14/05


  
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
info@Detroitbda6.org
http://www.detroitbda6.org
5/14/05
“Wonderful World of Classifiers" Workshop
Presented by Ron Dans
Lansing Community College
Lansing, MI

For more information:
Leslie Pertz kermit@peoplepc.com
5/14/05 21st Annual Black Tie Affair
“Essence of Success”

hosted by Detroit Black Deaf Advocates
6:00 pm to 2:00 am

Greektown Casino’s “The Olive Room”
555 E. Lafayette
Detroit, Michigan 48226

Tickets: $50.00 per person (Advanced ticket sales only)
Ticket deadline: May 6, 2004
(must be 21 years to attend)
Please mail payments to:
Detroit Black Deaf Advocates
PO Box 32348
Detroit, Michigan 48233

For more information and registration:
Robbin Washington, Chairperson: rockinrobbin@wyndtell.com
Dale G. Moore: Dgmoore2000@yahoo.com
5/20/05 Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns (MCDC) Meeting
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

Interpreter and CART are provided. Contact MCDC for other accommodations

For more information:
mcdc@michigan.gov
5/20 – 26/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
House of Wax” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
5/20/05 Golf Scramble sponsored by Deaf/HH Connection
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Chase Hammond Golf Course
2454 Putnam Road, Muskegon MI

For more information:
http://www.dhhc.org/flyer1.htm
5/20/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
5/21/05

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Hiking at Pontiac Lake Recreation
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)

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
5/21/05
MIRIDSVI Workshop/Meeting
Presentation on C-Print topic

TCAD
3520 Schust Rd
Saginaw, MI 48620

For more information:
Joan M. Gage
linkknorth@verizon.net
5/25 – 29/05

AHEAD Conference
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
For more information:
http://www.ahead.org/ conference/conferences.html
5/27 – 6/2/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
5/27/05



“The Abababa On The Road Tour”
The AMAZING and Perilious Tales of Alan “Abababa” Abarbanell (CODA)
Presented by Deaf Arts Festival

7:30 pm — Ticket $25.00
Hors d’oeuvres included plus Cash bar
River Crest Banquet Hall
900 West Avon Rd.
Rochester Hills, MI 48336

For more information:
Click for Abababa Show Flyer

Click for Map to Abababa Show

http://www.deafartsfestival.org

Freida Morrison, DAF President
Fmorrison@deafartsfestival.org
5/28/05
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Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant's
College Night at BW3

6 pm
Ferndale, MI (Woodward Ave and Planovan St.)

You don't have to GO to college just wear your favorite college clothing. There will be prizes for the biggest college fan. Paint your face, bring pom poms whatever you want! Come early BW3 fills up fast. We will be there around 4pm.

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm

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June 2005
Events
6/3 – 9/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Cinderella Man” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Canton, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
6/4/04

   
Trix Bruce ASL Workshops Day!
English Idioms: “PSST…How Do I Interpret That!?!?”
9 am to 12 noon — $20 fee

ASL Role Shifting: “He said, She said”
1 pm to 5 pm — $25 fee

$40 for both

Washtenaw Community College - Interpreter Training Pgm
Ann Arbor, MI

For more information:
Shanna at 734.677.5027
http://www.wccnet.edu/lwl/
(scroll down to “Enrich Your Life” and click on “Language”)

Click here for Seminars Flyer in MS Publisher format
http://www.trixbruce.com
6/4/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
10am to 12:30pm
Directions: From Court Street (Eastbound) MCC is on your left. You will note a park across the street. Watch for a sign: Parking. Turn left and go into the parking ramp. Once you exit (top floor) head to the nearest building. This is the Curtice–Mott building.
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.
No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
6/4/05 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: Chuck Dornbos
silent-coffee@sbcglobal.net
6/4/05

   
5th Annual Euchre Tournament
$5 Admission – $10 Euchre Play
Sign up at 5:30pm, Games begin at 7:00pm sharp!

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
6/4 – 6/05

ASL 4 Us Midwestern Conference
Indianapolis Marriott Downtown
Indianapolis, Indiana

For more information:
http://www.asl4us.com
6/8/05 5th Annual Pig Roast
Year End Picnic and Fundraiser for Athletic Department
For more information:
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
6/9/05 Free Real Estate Seminar
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
Flint, MI

For more information:
Mike Gelaude
Real Estate One
248-255-1387
mike@mikegRealtor.com
http://www.mikegRealtor.com
6/10 – 16/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Sisterhood of the Taveling Pants” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Canton, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
6/10/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
6/10/05


  
Detroit Black Deaf Advocates Skating Night Party
7 to 10 pm
Detroit Roller Wheels
16611 Schoolcraft
Detroit, Michigan
(between Greenfield Rd and Southfield Fwy)

Tickets at $5 each with skate rental $2
Food, fun, games and live music

For tickets please contact:
Randy at ac0709@wayne.edu
http://www.detroitbda6.org
6/10 – 13/05 7th Annual MDRC Deaf Gay and Lesbian Rainbow Camp
6635 118th street
Fennville, MI

For more information:
Everett Wilson, wilson71@tmail.com
Tony Sopczynski, sopczynski@tmail.com
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
6/11/05

CANCELLED

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Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant's
Used Book Sale
-- CANCELLED
1st Presbyterian Church in Warren at 12 mile and Ryan. Across from Mott HS

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
6/11/05 DAD Picnic
9 am – 8pm
Hines Park/Nankins Park
Farmington and Hines Park streets, Westland, MI

Admission: $6/adult, $4/senior citizen and students/children under age 16 free
Refreshment will be served. Play cards Euchre, 31, 500 and 1,000.

For more information:
Chris Schultz, Chairperson
cpschultz73@comcast.net
6/12 – 16/05 Michigan Youth Leadership Forum (MYLF)
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, MI
For more information go to
(517) 334–8000 TTY/V
(877) 499–6232 TTY/V (toll free)
dod@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
6/12/05
Deaf LGBT Social Gathering
4 pm till ??
Pachyderm Pub
1408 E. Hemphill Rd Flint, MI

For more information:
KeMaStFa2005@aol.com
6/14/05 Silent Coffee Hour – Plymouth
(2nd Tuesday of each month)
Come and join for an hour of ASL conversations
7:30 pm

Plymouth Coffee Bean Co.
884 Penniman
Plymouth, MI

Contact: Jane Acciaioli
lacciaioli242986mi@comcast.net
6/4/05 3rd Annual Quilt Workshop
10 am to 5 pm
Lunch on own
Snacks will be provided
Cost: $5.00

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

*Bring a quilt project that you have never finished because you needed some help

*Bring a quilt project that needs binding and we will teach you how to do it perfectly.

*Come and learn and enjoy!


RSVP please to Janet Deschler
6/17 – 23/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Batman Begins” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Canton, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
6/17/05

   
Cedar Point for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Cedar Point
Sandusky, Ohio

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
6/17/05
  
“Seussical” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
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/ list.html#Seussical
http://www.stagecrafters.org
6/17 – 19/05
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MDMPA Fundraiser: Michigan International Speedway
Volunteers are needed to work some or all hours from 630am to 8pm. Volunteers will work the concession stands selling food. (volunteers get free food to enjoy.)

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
6/17 – 19/04 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Retreat
Join some of the Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant Contestants
THERE'S LOTS OF FUN, GREAT INFORMATION, AND YOU WILL MEET NEW FRIENDS!
This program is sponsored by: Hearing Impaired Youth at Risk for Drugs and other Substances (H.I.Y.A.R.D.S.)

WHO: Students ages 14-18.
WHERE: Camp Echo Grove in Leonard, Michigan. A beautiful facility located on a lake! Join us for boating, swimming, basketball, hayride and workshops.
COST: $120 per camper (includes all food, camp activities, and drug/substance abuse workshops).

For more information:
Mrs. Diane Shepherd
(313) 537-6155 V
http://www.deafcan.org
6/18/05


Michigan Chapter of ASLTA logo
Michigan ASLTA Business Meeting and Open Discussion
“Classifiers”
(*In preparation for our next presenter In October or November)
9 am to 1 pm
Free admission

Michigan School for the Deaf
1667 Miller Rd., Flint, MI
Room 132


For more information:
Click on MI ASLTA Business Meeting and Open Discussion Flyer

Sharon Meldrum
smeldrum@madonna.edu
6/18/05

CANCELLED

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MDMP Car Wash and Bake Sale -- CANCELLED
Come and meet some of MDMP Contestants!
9 am - 3 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Rd; Auburn Hills, MI 48326

For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
6/18/05

   
Euchre Cookout
4 pm
Grilled brats, hotdogs, sloppy joes, various salad choices, desserts and lemonade
$7 Admission
Right before Euchre league

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
6/18/05
 
Windsor Assoc. for the Deaf’s Euchre Tournament
Royal Canadian Legion Hall
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
For more information:
http://home.cogeco.ca/~wad/wadfront.htm kbrockway4@cogeco.ca
(519) 978–2619 TTY
6/18 – 29/05 Discovery & Fun Camp
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, CO
8-12 years old

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
camp@acsd.org
http://www.acsd.org/
6/19 – 25/05 Ralph Lynam Leadership Institute of MADHS
for Deaf and Hard of Hearing High School Students
Michigan State University
E. Lansing, MI

For more information:
For an applications (due 4/30/05) to attend are found at: http://www.madhs.org and click on "Youth Programs" on the left.
6/20 – 7/28/04

5 week program (no school 7/4–7)

“Pathways to the Future is Back”
Summer 2004 – Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Program
Oakland Community College – Highland Lakes Campus
Directions to Highland Lake Campus

Mission Statement: To improve communication skills and enhance learning through Deaf Leadership, American Sign Language, Reading and Art

Cost: Session I - $150, Session II - $200, Both $300

For more information:
Sherri Ann Gernand
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax

Al Kettinger
pkettinger@comcast.net
6/22/05
    The Pacifier - Thank You for OC movies
“The Pacifier” Open–caption movie
Goodrich Lansing Mall 6
921 West Mall Drive
Lansing, MI
(517) 321–1550 V

For more information:
Click here to view OC The Pacifier Flyer

6/23 – 26/05
 
National Alliance of Black Interpreters Conference
Long Beach, CA

For more information:
http://www.naobi.org
6/24 – 30/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Mr & Mrs Smith” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
6/24/05 MADHS Big 10 Year Deaf and Hard of Hearing Leadership Reunion/Networking
Everyone Invited! Do NOT need to be a Leadership Graduate or Speaker to attend!

For more information:
Click here to view MADHS Big 10 Year Flyer

Look at Reunion information at: http://www.madhs.org
yourear@madhs.org
6/24/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“ASL: Know your language”
Presented by Ron Dans
6 - 8 pm

This is a special workshop for the entire Deaf Community. ASL is not taught as a formal language in school. Learn everything you were never taught about your native language! Be proud of ASL!

The cost of this workshop is $10.00.
Please pre-register by phone or email and you may pay at the door.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
6/24/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
6/24 – 26/05


  
24th Annual Michigan Snowmobilers of the Deaf Campout
Walnut Hills Campground
7685 Lehring Rd
Durand, MI

For more information:
24th Annual Campout Flyer – front page
24th Annual Campout Flyer – back page

Robert Cox, Chairman
fire7kings@hotmail.com
(989) 348–7318 TTY/Fax

Walter Dawe, Co–chairman
bdawe@juno.com
(989) 389–4123Fax

http://www.michcampgrounds.com/walnuthills
6/25/05

Deaf Arts Festival's
First Annual 5K Walk / 10K Run

Sponsored by St. John Hospital and Medical Center & Gardella Homes Inc.
All proceeds to benefit "Deaf Arts Festival 2005"

Nankin Mills Park located at
Hines Drive and Farmington Road / Ann Arbor Trail
Livonia, MI

For more information:
Click for Second Annual 5K Walk / 10K Run Flyer

(248) 486-9039
Kathy Derderian: kderderian@deafartsfestival.org
Kathy Mitchell: kathmit@aol.com
http://www.deafartsfestival.org/
6/25/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“The Code of Ethics: The Deaf Perspective”
Presented by Ron Dans
10 am - 4:30 pm
Lunch will be on your own from 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM.
The cost of this workshop is $25.00.
Please pre-register by phone or email and you may pay at the door.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
6/25/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“Introduction to Interpreter Guide Interveners”
Presented by Diana Campbell
5:30 - 8:30 pm

This will be an introduction to working with Deaf/Blind.
The cost of this workshop is $15.00.
Please pre-register by phone or email and you may pay at the door.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
6/25 – 29/05
 
Deaf Women United Conference
Ellicott City, MD

For more information:
http://www.dwu.org
6/26 – 7/8/05 KODA Children Session
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
6/26 – 7/3/05 Deaf Youth Leadership Week
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
6/27 – 7/3/05
DearBlindness Awareness Week
6/27 – 8/12/05 Camp S.E.L.F. ( Self-Esteem, Literacy, and Fun)
Co-sponsored by Deaf Options, The Detroit Free Press and The Skillman Foundation

Literacy day camp for deaf and hard of hearing children and youth ages 7 - 17.

For more information:
V 313/961-8120
TTY 313/961-8118
FAX 313/961-9168
deafoptions@msn.com
6/30 – 7/3/05
2005 SHHH Convention logo
25th Anniversary of SHHH
2005 National Convention

Washington DC

For more information: http://www.hearingloss.org/html/convention.html
6/27 – 7/1/05

     Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center logo
Summer Literacy Institute
One Great Week of Workshops!

The best of the Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center’s literacy workshops combined into one high impact week! (Limited to 80 participants)
Designed especially for parents and caregivers, educators, and other professionals who work with deaf and hard of hearing students.

The Literacy Institute provides instruction in the following content areas and much more:
  –Literacy: It All Connects (Overview of Nine Areas of Literacy)
  –Reading to Deaf Children: Learning from Deaf Adults Read It Again and Again
  –Leading from Behind: Language Experience in Action

Each participant will have opportunities for group work as well as individual time to plan his or her professional growth and action plan.


Click here for Literacy 2005 Registration Form

For more information:
Patricia.Dabney@gallaudet.edu
http://clerccenter.gallaudet.edu/ tpd/workshops.html
6/30/05

Detroit Tigers Baseball Game!
(hosted by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Tigers vs Chicago White Sox Game at $20 each
Pathways students pay only $10
Tickets must be paid for by June 10th

Contact: Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax

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July 2005
Events
7/1 – 7/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Perfect Man” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/1 – 3/05 Hearing Impaired Family Camp
Lions Bear Lake Camp
Lapeer, MI

For more information go to
bearlakecmp@tir.com
http://www.bearlakecamp.org
7/1 – 10/05

 
The Congressional Fourm! LEADAmerica
A summer program for Talented and Gifted Deaf and Hard-of Hearing Teenagers at Gallaudet University. Students will witness democracy and leadership in action as they get an up-close look at the exciting and often controversial world of American government and politics.
For more information:
Summer & Saturday @ Gallaudet
(800) 383–9931 v/tty
Summer@gallaudet.edu
http://ysp.gallaudet.edu
7/1 – 28/04

  
2005 NAD Youth Leadership Camp
Taloali, Oregon

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
http://www.nad.org/site/pp.asp?c=foINKQMBF&b=103762
youth@nad.org
7/2 – 19/05 Exploration & Cooperation
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, CO
12-15 years old

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
camp@acsd.org
http://www.acsd.org/
7/8 – 15/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“War of the Worlds” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/8 – 11/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Rebound” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/9/05


MDMP Logo
MDMP Annual Deaf Games
Clawson Park, Clawson, MI

Sign up in teams of 2.
To sign up- send an email with names of 2 people to:
allthechocolates@aol.com
$8 to enter at the day of event.

Games include:
tug of war, water balloon toss, 3 leg race and wheel barrow race.

You don't have to play. Come and watch and eat(hot dogs, burgers, chips and pop for $3. If you don't eat come watch for free!)

Prizes for the winners!


For more information:
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
7/9/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
7/10/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“Everything you need to know about VRS”
Presented by Todd Morrison
5 - 7 pm

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
7/10 – 15/05
 RID logo
2004 RID National Conference
San Antonio, Texas

For more information:
Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
(703) 838–0459 TTY or (703) 838–0030 V
http://www.rid.org/conv.html
7/10 – 15/04 Catholic Family Week
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
7/10 – 22/05

 
Camp Gallaudet
A summer program for Talented and Gifted Deaf and Hard-of Hearing Teenagers at Gallaudet University A program for nonsigning deaf and hard of hearing high school students who want to learn about Deaf culture and the basics of American Sign Language.
For more information:
Summer & Saturday @ Gallaudet
(800) 383–9931 v/tty
Summer@gallaudet.edu
http://ysp.gallaudet.edu
7/10 – 16/05 Indiana Deaf Camps
Camp Mack Children’s Camp
P.O. Box 158
Milford, IN 46542
(574) 658-4831

For more information go to
http://www.campmack.org
7/10 – 16/05 Hearing Impaired Youth Camp
Lions Bear Lake Camp
Lapeer, MI

For more information go to
bearlakecmp@tir.com
http://www.bearlakecamp.org
7/10 – 22/05 KODA Youth Session
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
7/11 – 13/05
 TDI logo
TDI National Conference
New Orleans, Louisiana

For more information:
http://www.tdi-online.org/neworleansconference/ tdi/16intro.htm
7/12 – 14/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Mr & Mrs Smith” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/12 – 18/05 Friends & Fun
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, CO
8-12 years old

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
camp@acsd.org
http://www.acsd.org/
7/15 – 21/04
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
Bewitched” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: DTS CSS – Closed Caption System (different from Open Caption provided by Insight Cinema)
7/15 – 18/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Fantastic Four” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/15/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“So you think you know ASL?”
Presented by Ron Dans
6 - 9 pm

The cost of this workshop is $30.00 for those who pre-registered and $35 at door.
Please pre-register by phone or email and you may pay at the door.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
7/15 – 17/05


  
2005 DODHH Silent Retreat
Roscommon, MI
For more information:
(517) 334–8000 TTY/V
(877) 499–6232 TTY/V (toll free)
dod@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
7/16/05


  
Detroit Black Deaf Advocates Bowling!
3 to 6 pm
Plum Hollow Bowling Alley
21900 West 9 Mile Road
Southfield, Michigan

3 games for $15 with shoe rental $2.99

For more information:
Annette at anbessan1@sbcglobal.net
http://www.detroitbda6.org
7/16/05

   
FAD Annual Field Day
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

Admission: $7.00 all day
(plus extra for games)
Opens at Noon

Horseshoes * LadderGolf * 500 cards * Euchre * Texas Hold'em * Kiddie Games

Refreshments will be sold.
7/16 – 21/04

  
Explore Your Future @ NTID
A six–day summer program for deaf and hard–of–hearing high school students entering their senior year in fall 2004
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester, NY
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section on EYF @ NTID
http://www.rit.edu/NTID/EYF
7/17 – 22/04 ASL Week
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
7/17 – 29/05

 
Crimes and Clues!
Young Scholar’s Program (YSP) at Gallaudet University

A summer program for Talented and Gifted Deaf and Hard-of Hearing Teenagers at Gallaudet University Crimes and clues is for students with a keen interest in the sciences with a focus on forensic science.
For more information:
Summer & Saturday @ Gallaudet
(800) 383–9931 v/tty
Summer@gallaudet.edu
http://ysp.gallaudet.edu
7/18 – 22/05
Nebraska Deaf-Blind Summer Institute
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
402-595-1810
7/18/05 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
All invited to improve and support services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Michigan.

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
CMU Bovee University Cente
Maroon Room, Main Level
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
The building is marked as "Bovee University Center."

For a map to the meeting click here.
For directions to the meeting click here.

For July 2005 meeting agenda click here.

For Membership Renewal Info Sheet click here.

For more information about the Coalition click here.
7/18/05


   Golf Bag   
Arbini Golf classic
To benefit Deaf Youth at the Michigan School for the Deaf and Deaf C.A.N.!

9:00 am – Shotgun Start
Whispering Pines Golf Course
Pinckney, MI
$85.00 per golfer or $340 per foursome
Entries includes 18 hole golf with cart (4 person scramble), Continental Breakfast, Closest to the Pin for Prizes, $10,000 Hole in One Contest, $5,000 Putting Contest, Dinner after the Round

For more information:
JFA Charity Golf Classic
c/o Deaf C.A.N.!
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org
7/19 – 22/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Batman Begins” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/22 – 28/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Herbie: Fully Loaded” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/22 – 24/05 62nd Annual Central Athletic Assoc. of the Deaf
Slo–Pitch Softball Tournament

hosted by Detroit Association of the Deaf
Founder’s Sports Park
35500 Eight Mile Rd Farmington Hills, MI 48335
Headquarters: Sheraton Hotel Detroit Novi
21111 Haggerty Rd Novi, MI 48375

Early Bird Combo:
$25/adult and $20/senior citizens
Deadline: 12/31/04

For more information:
Richard Beaver, Chairperson
flytheflag5@yahoo.com
734–729–2918 V/TTY
7/22/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
“So you think you know ASL?”
Presented by Ron Dans
6 - 9 pm

The cost of this workshop is $30.00 for those who pre-registered and $35 at door.
Please pre-register by phone or email and you may pay at the door.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
7/22 – 25/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/22 – 8/8/05 Adventure & Leadership
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, CO
14 years old - high school

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
camp@acsd.org
http://www.acsd.org/
7/23 – 28/04

  
Explore Your Future @ NTID
A six–day summer program for deaf and hard–of–hearing high school students entering their senior year in fall 2004
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Rochester, NY
For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section on EYF @ NTID
http://www.rit.edu/NTID/EYF
7/24 – 29/04 Family Literacy Week
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
7/24 – 8/5/05 Deaf Youth Session
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
7/25 – 28/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Bewitched” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/25 – 28/05 DHHC I “Can” Camp
Free admission for age 12 to 21 (Deaf or Hard of Hearing). Deadline is July 1st.

Camp at Pioneer Trails in Montague, MI

For more information go to
Click here for DHHC Camp 2005 Flyer

speyton@dhhc.org
lsagstuen@dhhc.org
http://www.dhhc.org
7/27 – 8/1/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“War of the Worlds” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/28/05 MDDSC Annual Picnic
Capitol Park
Capitol Rd near Beech Daly Rd between expressway and Plymouth Rd
Donation: $3

7/29/05 All-of-us Children's Theatre production of:
Raggedy Ann & Andy Interpreted in ASL

Kinawa Middle School
1900 Kinawa Dr., Okemos, MI 48864.

At the door tickets are $5 for youth and $6 for adults.

For more information:
(517) 394-4118
www.allofusexpress.org
7/29 – 8/4/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“March of the Penguins” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/29 – 8/4/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
7/30/05 DAD’s World Poker Texas Hold ‘Em
VFW Hall at Joy Rd between Inkster and Middlebelt Roads
Donation: $65/player and $25/fan
Includes pop, draft beer, hot dogs and burgers
Check in: 5pm and Start play: 6pm

For more information:
Richard Beaver, FlytheFlag5@yahoo.com
Dale Decker, WyanDecker@aol.com
7/31 – 8/5/04 ASL in Religious Settings Week
Holledhhc Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm

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August 2005
Events
8/1 – 7/05 Teens & Teambuilding
Aspen Camp School for the Deaf
Aspen, CO
12 years old - high school

For more information go to
Youth & Leadership Camps section
camp@acsd.org
http://www.acsd.org/
8/5 – 11/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Wedding Crashers” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/5 – 7/05
Windsor Assoc. for the Deaf’s 2nd Annual Picnic Camping and Jamboree
Jellystone Park
Amberstburg, Ontario, Canada
Bonfire ... children’s activities ... swimming ... prizes ... games ... fun!

Picnic on Aug 6th from Noon til 11pm

For more information:
http://home.cogeco.ca/~wad/wadfront.htm kbrockway4@cogeco.ca
(519) 978–2619 TTY
8/5 – 8/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Stealth” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/6/04
   
Deaf Awareness Day at Cedar Point
Deaf & HOH receive discounted tickets to this annual event at Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky Ohio. Arrive early and plan to stay all day for a fun exciting time! Interpreters are available throughout the park.

For more information:
Click here for Cedar Point Deaf Awareness Flyer
8/6/05 All-of-us Children's Theatre production of:
Raggedy Ann & Andy Interpreted in ASL

Kinawa Middle School
1900 Kinawa Dr., Okemos, MI 48864.

At the door tickets are $5 for youth and $6 for adults.

For more information:
(517) 394-4118
www.allofusexpress.org
8/7 – 13/05 Silent Week
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
8/7 – 13/05 Family Week
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
8/9 – 11/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Sky High” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/10 – 14/05 Deaf-Blind Workshop by SHI-M=DB
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
Jill Gaus
dbcen@cmich.edu http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
8/12 – 18/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Must Love Dogs” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/12 – 15/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Dukes of Hazzard” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/12/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
8/12 – 13/04 Michigan Deaf Sportsmen Campout
Hoyle’s Marina & Campground
135 S. Linwood Beach Linwood, MI 48634

Admission: $10.00 (18 and up)
50/50 Raffle
Fri – Euchre & Dingo
Sat – Dingo, Horseshoe Tourney & Euchre
$5.00 donation to play
Various prizes for the winnners

Camping site fee:
$16.00 without electric
$22.00 with electric/water
$29.00 with electric/water/sewer
Make reservation with Hoyle’s
(see address above)
(989) 697–4415
(989) 697–3117

For more information:
Melvin Brow, Chairman
8/13/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Workshops at ASL Resource center
“Code of Ethics”
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presented by Sheryl Emery
“Working with Deaf Blind & Low Vision”
2:00 - 4:00 pm
Presented by Peppy Stuckless

Cost:
$35 pre-registered for both, $40 at door
$20 pre-registered for one, $25 at door

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
8/14 – 20/05 Lions Camp Chris Williams
for Deaf and Hard of Hearing youths, hearing siblings and CODAs
Lake Sherman YMCA
Augusta, MI

For more information:
Registration forms can be found at: http://www.madhs.org under "youth programs." Registration ends when camp is full, usually by early May.
8/14 – 20/05 Sober Camp
Camp Mark 7
Old Forge, NY

For more information go to
KODADir@CampMark7.org
http://www.campmark7.org
8/16 – 18/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Must Love Dogs#8221; OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/16 – 19/04 Environmental Painting Week
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
8/17 – 22/05

   Midwest Timberfest of the Deaf
4th Midwest Timberfest of the Deaf
Walnut Hills Campground
7685 Lehring Rd
Durand, MI

Hosted by Michigan Snowmobilers of the Deaf

For more information:
Click to view MTD Front Page Flyer
Click to view MTD Back Page Flyer
Click to view Camping ground map

http://www.mtdeaf.com

Rocky Dreyer
deafbaja@comcast.net
810.687.1213 TTY/Fax
8/19 – 22/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Deuce Bigalow” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/19 – 25/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Skeleton Key” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/19/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
RID Roundtable Discussion
Presented by Helene Stankus & Diana McKittrick
6 - 8:00 pm

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
8/19/05
Deaf & Hearing Impaired Night @ Tigers Stadium!
Detroit Tigers vs. Toronto Blue Jays!
7:05 pm

All 100 seats on Outfield Box Lower Level blocked off for the Deaf & Hearing Impaired Night.

Tickets discounted to $25
Each ticket comes with a coupn for a free soda and choice of a hot dog or pizza slice.
Signing of the National Anthem

Make checks payable to: Detroit Tigers Inc
Mail to: Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services, Inc.
25882 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 100
Farmington Hills, Mi 48336
or Fax your order to DHIS 248–474–7938 with order of # of tickets, and credit card no. and your addressto mail tickets to you

For more information:
deafsvcs@aol.com
(248) 473–1875 TTY
(248) 474–7938 Fax
8/20 – 22/04 Volunteer Weekend
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center – Brooklyn, MI
For more information:
http://www.desales.org/Summer/summer.htm
8/20/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Special Workshop for CODAs
Presented by Kristen McClellan
Two sessions:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm and 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
8/23 – 25/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Skeleton Key” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/19 – 22/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Deuce Bigalow” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/26 – 29/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The 40 Year Old Virgin” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/26 – 9/1/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The 40 Year Old Virgin” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/26/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
8/26-28/05
Lutheran Summer Camp Activities in Frankenmuth
Hosted by Our Savior Lutheran Church of the Deaf
Frankenmuth Campground
Church Grove St. Frankenmuth, MI

Rates:
Camp rate for 2 nights - $10 each night
(there are 6 hotels available nearby if camping is not preferred.)

Events:
Riverboat Tours on Saturday either 1:30 or 3:00 pm
$6/adult and $3/child (age 4-12 yr old)
Restaurants - Shopping - Sightseeing

Guest Speaker: Well-known Pastor for the Deaf ($10/person for workshop ticket)
Sunday Chicken Dinner (need ticket)
Other tickets for activities to be announced soon

Please make reservation before June 1st

For more information:
Beth Webster
(248) 437-1580 Fax
Pastor Thomas Dunseth
(248) 887-8342 Fax
tdunseth@juno.com
8/27/05


  
Detroit BDA’s 21st Annual Cook Out
9am to dusk
Belle Isle Park – Shelter #10
Detroit, Michigan

Admission: $10/Adults (13 & up), $5/Children (5 & up) and Free/Toddlers (4 and below)

For more information:
http://www.detroitbda6.org
8/27/05
   MDMP Logo

MDMPA Luau Party
7 pm - 1 am
at Steven Peterson's House
894 Mt. View, Lapeer, MI 48446.

Admission is $15.00 and includes food and drinks. There will be a DJ with music & dancing, a bonfire, game prizes and costume prizes.

Costume theme is: Jamaica, paradise, beach outfits, etc...

Follow balloons to the party.

For more information:
Click to view MDMPA Luau Party

http://www.mideaf.org/ MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
8/28/05

    
MDA Picnic – All Day
Kensington Metro Park
East Boat Launch Shelter A

Free Admission
1 pm – “All you can eat” Lunch

For more information:
Diane McKittrick, president@mideaf.org
http://www.mideaf.org
8/30/05 Michigan Deaf Bowling League Begins!
Mixed teams – 6:30pm Tuesdays
Hartfield Lanes
3490 12 Mile Rd.
Berkley, MI 48072

For more information:
Click to view front page of MDBL Flyer
Click to view back page of MDBL Flyer

Leonard Pace, League Secretary
pacelucky33@yahoo.com
Joyce Maher, League Treasurer
autumnstarsmoon@aol.com
8/30 – 9/01/05
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    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Red Eye” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
8/31 – 9/5/05 8th Biennial Deaf Seniors of America Conference
hosted by Bay Area Coalition of Deaf Senior Citizens, Inc.
San Francisco Hilton and Towers
San Francisco, CA
For more information:
http://www.deafseniors.org

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Sept 2005
Events
9/2 – 4/05 Lift Up Your Hands Ministries Presents:
A Silent Weekend Sign Language Retreat for Labor Day Weekend


At a beautiful High/Scope Retreat & Meeting Center Located at 15143 Sheridan Rd, Clinton, MI 49236.

Cost is $135.00 per person. Deadline to Register is Aug. 6, 2005 Late Registration fee is $150.00

To register or for more information:
Click here for Silent Retreat Weekend Flyer

Min. Karen (Kay) Rush
C/O Lift Up Your Hands Ministries
(313) 927–0143
LUYHM@aol.com
9/2 – 5/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“March of the Penguins” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/6 – 8/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Cave” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/8/05


  
DODHH Open House
3 pm to 8 pm
Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing
MI Department of Labor & Economic Growth
Victor Center
201 N. Washington Square, Suite 150
Lansing, MI 48909

For more information:
Click here to view Open House flyer

(517) 334–8000 TTY/V
(877) 499–6232 TTY/V (toll free)
dodhh@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
9/9/05 Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns (MCDC) Meeting
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
East Lansing Kellogg Center
Big Ten Room B
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

Interpreter and CART are provided. Contact MCDC for other accommodations

For more information:
mcdc@michigan.gov
9/9 – 15/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Red Eye” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/9 – 22/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Transporter 2” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/9/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
9/9/05 CRIDDERS Performance hosted by DEAF, etc.
CRIDDERS is a group of interpreters from the Connecticut Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Their performance provides a visual experience of music using sign language in a comfortable and entertaining atmosphere. Location is Northview High School Performing Arts Center in Grand Rapids. Tickets available through DEAF, etc. or at the door.

CRIDDERS will conduct a workshop on September 10.

See more about CRIDDERS at http://www.thecridders.org

For more information:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
deafetc@yahoo.com
9/9/05
“Audism Unveiled” Film Showing
Presented by the Interpreter Training Program, Mott Community College

Gallaudet Professor sharing film with Flint!
**Audience Award, Best Documentary, Deaf Rochester Film Festival**
*Audience Award, Best Film, Maine Deaf Film Festival*

H0Dirksen L. Bauman is a Professor in the ASL and Deaf Studies Department at Gallaudet University and Director of the MA Program in Deaf Studies

6 pm – $5.00 at door
Michigan School for the Deaf Auditorium
1667 W. Miller Rd
Flint, MI

For more information:
Click here to view Audism Film Showing Flyer
s Peg Frelich pfrelich@cacdhh.org
9/10/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

6 - 8 pm
Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
9/10/05

ANEWMSD Welcome Back Picnic
225 Third Street, Fenton, MI
12pm to 4pm

The purpose of this is to welcome the participants of the past ANEWMSD townhall meetings as well as the newcomers to meet and re-energize for a new year. Nothing formal- we'll just chow down, kick back, and talk about our goals for ANEWMSD.

Since this will be a potluck style, please do bring a pan or a bowl of food to share with all. There will be a hot grill available. Bring your lawn chairs.

We will also have a calendar and a couple of scrap papers so you can mark down your vote for the best time and day to hold our meetings. A tally will be announced near the end of the picnic so we know when to meet and roll up our sleeves once again.

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
9/10/05

Interpreted Nature Walk for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Genesee County Parks and Recreation
5045 Stanley Road, Flint, MI 48506
10:00 am

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Visitors, and their family members, will enjoy this hike presented in Sign Language. The naturalist will sign information about the plants and animals along the trails. Not intended for hearing individuals who are interested in American Sign Language. Pre-registration required. For-Mar Nature Preserve. Phone 810-789-8567. $2.00.

For more information:
http://www.geneseecountyparks.org/formar.htm
parkswebteam@co.genesee.mi.us
1-800-648-PARK (7275) or 810-736-7100
Fax: 810-736-7220
9/10–11/05 Lakeshore Silent Celebration Festival
Sponsored by Deaf/HH Connection
Heritage Landing, Muskegon MI

Entertainers * Speakers * Card Tournaments *Concessions * Educational Sessions * Many more

Featuring Trix Bruce, Bertram Weston, Pinky Juggler, Prof. Ken Glickman, Gael Hannan, Chris Hunter and many more!

tickets are on SALE now…… $ 25 for two days and $ 15 for one day, $ 20 for two days (children) and $ 10 for one day (children) Please purchase your tickets NOW!

Click for Silent Celebration Flyer #1
Click for Silent Celebration Flyer #2

Click for Silent Celebration Schedule
Click for Silent Celebration Admission Pass

For more information:
(231) 737-4414 V
(231) 737-4463 Fax/TTY
(866) 384-4414 (Toll Free)
speyton@dhhc.org
lsagstuen@dhhc.org
http://www.dhhc.org
9/11/05
2:00 pm
$10/person
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage
Miller and Court Roads Flint, MI
For more information:
Judy Lowrie
lowrieja@aol.com
9/13 – 15/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The 40 Year Old Virgin” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/16 – 22/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Cave” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/16 – 29/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Exorcism of Emily Rose” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
09/17/05

Deaf Arts Festival 2005
Holley Family Village–DeSales Center
Brooklyn, Michigan

For more information:
http://www.deafartsfestival.org/
09/17/05 Sorenson VRS Interpreter Workshop
“An Interpreter's Guide to Self Care: Coping Strategies to deal With Vicarious Traumatization and Burnout”

9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Cost: $20/interpreter, $10/student
Proceeds go to Michigan Deaf Association

Courtyard Ann Arbor
3205 Boardwalk
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108

For more information:
Click here to view the flyer
Michelle Martinez, Director of Ann Arbor Sorenson VRS
877-209-3550
mmartinez@sorenson.com
09/17/05 MIRIDSVI Workshop/Meeting
at 10:30 am

V.O.I.C.E.
4274 State St.
Saginaw, MI 48601

For more information:
Joan Gage 989/873-6373
09/17/05 Gathering for people with Cochlear Implants
Topic: Open Forum... Adjusting to the hearing world.

11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Have you ever wondered . . .
. . . if you could again enjoy music on a CD played
. . . use a cell phone?
. . . use a FM loop or headphones?
Bring your accessories and let's share and find out together

Bring a A Finger Food Pot-luck to Share
(These are foods we can eat without utensils such as sandwiches, chips, veggies, cookies, fruit, etc.)

For more information:
Ruth Fox rifox@comcast.net
09/17/05

Sweet Honey on the Rock - ASL Interpreted Performance
8:00 pm
This amazing a cappella ensemble of six women sing powerful songs of love that point the finger at injustice, encourage reconciliation and tell a story of the history of spirituals, hymns, gospels and even jazz and the blues. The septet includes a beautiful interpretation “sung” in American Sign Language. Come and open your hearts and your minds to Sweet Honey in the Rock at The Whiting in Flint.

For more information:
Click here to view the ASL Interpreted Performance Flyer
http://www.thewhiting.com/

Or call The Ticket Center at (810) 237-7333. Regular prices are $45/$29/$19, Child prices are $40/$25/$15. (Group rates are available for groups of 20 or more).
9/23 – 25/05 Camp Mack Family Camp
Camp Mack Children’s Camp
(574) 267-8638 (TTY)

For more information go to
http://www.deafcamps.org
9/23 – 26/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Just Like Heaven” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/23 – 29/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Transporter 2” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/24/05
MDMP Logo

Deaf BOOT CAMP 2005
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
\ Lahser High School
3456 Lahser Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Deaf Community members want to recruit YOU for a day of ASL immersion and teambuilding ASL skillbuilding exercises include: Storytelling and Gestures, Deaf/Blind Tactile Communication, Fingerspelling & Numbers, Classifiers and Deaf Culture.

Reserve your space NOW. All RSVPs must be received no later than 9/9/05.
Donation of $45.00 includes 'grub' from the 'mess hall'. All proceeds go to the Miss Deaf Michigan Pageant 2005.
Send check/money order to:
MDMPA c/o Deaf C.A.N.!
2111 Orchard Lake Rd, Ste 101
Sylvan Lake, MI 48320

For more information:
Click to view Deaf Boot Camp Flyer

http://www.mideaf.org/ MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
9/24/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Photography Workshop
Instructor: Teresa Thiry

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
9/24/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Horse Workshop for the Deaf Community
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Please RSVP soon as spaces are filling fast

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
9/24/05 DAD’s World Poker Texas Hold ‘Em
VFW Hall
28945 Joy Rd, Westland, MI (between Inkster and Middlebelt Rds)
Refreshments will be served with cash bar
Check in: 4:30pm and Start play: 6pm

Host by:
Craig Schlorff and Larry Trayner
Proceeds to Classic Bowling Fund
9/25/05

  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage 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.
9/28 – 10/1/05
   MDA Logo
50th Biennial Michigan Deaf Association Conference
Hosted by Detroit Chapter of MDA
Marriott Centerpoint
3600 Centerpoint Parkway
Pontiac, MI 48342

http://www.mideaf.org
9/30/05
MDMP Logo
Miss Deaf Michigan Deaf Pageant
7:30 pm
$50 for both Pageant and After Glow Party
Marriott Centerpoint
3600 Centerpoint Parkway
Pontiac, MI 48342

For more information:
http://www.mideaf.org/ MissDeafMichigan/index.htm
9/30/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com

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Oct 2005
Events
9/30 – 10/3/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
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“Flightplan” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
9/30 – 10/6/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Serenity” OC*
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
10/01/05

Deaf Celebration Day
Deaf Celebration Day 2005
10am – 5pm
Summit Place Mall
815 North Telegraph Road
Waterford, MI

For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org/DeafCelebrationDay.htm
10/1/05

   Madonna University
Madonna University's Sign Language Studies Program 30th Anniversary Reunion

Click here for Reunion Letter
Click here for Reunion Forms

Click here for Announcement Details

For more information:
Michael Reese
MUSLS30thReunion@aol.com
734.394.2778 TTY/Relay

Rebecca Shriner
rshriner@madonna.edu
734.432.5642 voice
10/4 – 6/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Corpse Bride” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
10/7/05

  
Divison on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Advisory Council Meeting
9:30 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

For more information:
dod@michigan.gov
http://www.mcdc-dodhh.org
10/7 – 13/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Just Like Heaven” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

10/7 – 10/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Into the Blue” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/7/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Club of OCC – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
DFC Meeting

7pm to 9pm
OCC – Auburn Hills Campus – Building G, 2nd Floor


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
10/8/05 Bilingual/Bicultural Workshop:
“Life’s a Game of Cards”

Presented by Kirtland Community College, MIRID S/VI and DDHOH

Kirkland Community College
10775 N. St. Helen Rd
Roscommon, MI

For more information:
Click here to view Bi/Bi Workshop Flyers
Brenda Dawe
daweb@kirtland.edu
989–275–5000 ext. 419
10/8/05 Fifth Voicing Workshop for Interpreters
Presented by Deaf, Etc. with Micki Baumgart as Presenter
9am – Noon
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite # 246
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49506
Cost $15 with 3 QA units

For more information or RSVP:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
loeterp@yahoo.com
10/8/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Deaf-Blind Interpreting Workshop
Presenter: Diana Campbell
10am - 3pm
Cost: $25/pre-registered person or $30/at-door person

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
10/8/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
10:00am to 12:00pm
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.

Bring your energies and ideas to the group! We have witnessed some of exciting changes happening at Michigan School for the Deaf; however, we must not stop now until significant changes are in place to guarantee accessibility to languages and education!

No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).


For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
10/8/05


    MSD Tartar Mascot
MSD Homecoming
Presentation of the Homecoming Court and crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen during halftime
MSD Soccer Field
1667 Miller Road Flint, MI
Admission:
$5 per person

Contact: Becky Calaman
calamanr@michigan.gov
http://www.msdb.k12.mi.us
10/8/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

6 - 8 pm
Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
10/11 – 13/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Serenity” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/11/05


Outward Bound 2006 Presentation
Informational meeting for youth age 17-22 for an enriching, educational and fantastical opportunity to attend Outward Bound Wilderness Expedition experience. Both Outward Bound Wilderness Expeditions and Deaf CAN! are joining to help plan this adventure for the deaf/hh youth.

7pm
Caribou Coffee Company
1413 North Rochester Road
Rochester Hills, MI

For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org
10/11/05

ASL-Interpreted Family Story Time! - Theme: Fall
Family Story Time will meet once a month at 7:00 pm in the Community Center adjacent to the library. Each session has its own theme. There is no registration provided. Children of all ages are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Each story time will feature American Sign Language interpretation.

Please drop by for stories, games and fingerplays with the whole family!


7:00 pm
Lyon Township Public Library
P.O. Box 326
27005 S. Milford Road
New Hudson, MI 48165

For more information:
Holly Teasdle, Director
(248) 437-8800
hteasdle@lyon.lib.mi.us
10/13/05


WMIRID Interpreting Workshop
A Teachable Moment for Interpreters and Sign Students
“What’s This Receipt For And Why Do I Need It?”

6 – 9pm
Howard Miller Library
(Meet in Community Activity room upstairs)
14 S. Church Street
Zeeland, MI 49464
616-772-0874

For more information:
Click here to view WMIRID Workshop flyer

Beth Magennis
616-786-9417 or cell: 616-498-4348
magennis@pathwaynet.com

Karen Kramer
616-748-1012
kayohands@chartermi.net
10/14/05 Michigan Works! Career Resources Roundtable
9:00am – 12:00 Noon
Michigan Works!
Leslie E. Tassell M-TEC Rooms 204& 206
622 Godfrey SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Bring: Professional resume
Interpreters will be present and available. Please RSVP.

For more information:
Regina Kneeland Harrington
rkneelan@grcc.edu
10/14 – 20/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Two for the Money” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

10/14 – 17/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Into the Blue” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/14/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm

Note: 4-5pm, immediately before IIG meeting, Scott Powers will be presenting information on his new business. He is selling Prepaid Legal and Identity Theft Shields. For more information you may contact him at powerssw@prodigy.net or visit the company website at http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/powers70

ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
10/15/05 “Code of Ethics: A Deaf Perspective”
Presented by Deaf, Etc.
A workshop for sign language interpreters, CDI interpreters, and the deaf community.
Presented by Ron Dans.


10am – 3pm
1514 Wealthy Dr. SE Suite # 246
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49506
Cost $20

For more information or RSVP:
(616) 732–7358 V
(616) 732–7362 TTY
(616) 732–7365 Fax
loeterp@yahoo.com
10/16/05

  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage 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.
10/16/05

Halloween Party
ANEWMSD is hosting a Halloween Party at FAD for the Tartars of MSD! We will have games, food, and spookinglygood times!!

FAD Clubhouse
Flint, MI
2:00 - 5:00 pm (till the dorms open)

For more information:
Click here to view Halloween Party flyer

anewmsd@hotmail.com
10/17/05 Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People Meeting
All invited to improve and support services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing people in Michigan.

9:45 AM - 3:00 PM
Michigan Rehabilitation Services
1048 Pierpont, Suite 1
Lansing, Michigan 48913

For October 2005 meeting agenda click here.

For Membership Renewal Info Sheet click here.

For more information about the Coalition click here.
10/18 – 20/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“In Her Shoes” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/21/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
10/21/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Importance of Massage for Interpreters Workshop
7:00 - 9:00 pm
Presented by Adrian Cser
Adrian Cser is a licensed massage therapist and will be explaining how massage can help to prevent and/or ease the symptoms of Carpel Tunnel. The cost is $10.00 per person.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
10/21 – 23/05 Deaf Youth Summit
“Nurturing Leaders of Today”
The Deaf Youth Summit offers mini-workshops that students can actively participate in and the topics will range from Exploring Literacy in ASL - Poetry and Storytelling to Laws Concerning Deaf Individuals

The Deaf leaders will facilitate all of the workshops. The essence of the workshops will be on innate leadership - we all are leaders in our own way. We aim to guide the students to discovering this within themselves.

For 9th - 12th Graders
Cost: $50 (limit to 30 participants)
Holley Family Center
De Sales Center, 1124 Ventura Drive, Brooklyn, MI

For more information:
ChimpRock@aol.com
In cooperation with the Deaf Community Advocacy Network
(248) 332-3323 TTY, (248) 332-3331 voice

10/21 – 24/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Wallace & Gromit” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/21 – 27/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Doom” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

10/22/05
Michigan AGB Association Fall Conference
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Weber’s Inn, Ann Arbor, MI

Cost: $40 ($20 for students)
(Breakfast and Lunch are included)

Speaker: Donald Goldberg, PhD, CCC-A/SLP Cert AVT®
Sponsored by Cochlear Americas and Advanced Bionics Corporation

For more information:
Ada Yerman
ayerman@comcast.net Krista Heavner
heavner@umich.edu
10/22/05
CAC Anniversary Banquet & Entertainment
6 pm
Flint Association of the Deaf
4156 Holiday Dr.
Flint, MI 48507

Cost: $35 and Cash Bar — 200 limit seating
Entertainer: Keith Wann, acclaimed ASL CODA performing artist who has been captivating and amusing Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing audiences for years. One of the funniest ASL comics in America.

For tickets or more information:
Sheila Wollard
(810) 234-0056 TTY
(810) 234-0046 Fax
shegood55@comcast.net

Peg Frelich
(810) 239–3112 V/TTY
(810) 239–1606 Fax
pfrelich@cacdhh.org
www.cacdhh.org
10/22/05 DAD Hosts Happy 89th Anniversary
6:00 pm
Romanowski Post #6896
28945 Joy Rd, Westland, MI (between Inkster and Middlebelt)

Donation: $20/person
Everybody welcome / no children
Dinner, 50/50, Door Prizes and Awards

For more information:
See the officers and the B.G. members for the tickets
Patty Schultz cpschultz73@comcast.net
10/25 – 27/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Flightplan” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

10/26/05
     
“Steel Magnolias” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI

For more information:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#Magnolias
10/28 – 11/3/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Corpse Bride” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

10/28/05

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Visit from DODHH
Chris Hunter of D.O.D.H.H. will be visiting the ASL Resource Center. Topic and time will be announced through our website soon..

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
10/28/05

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Beginner Workshop
This workshop is geared toward those just starting their adventure into sign language. We will explore “Numbers”, “Fingerspelling” and “Deaf Culture”. It will be voiced for those who need the additional help in our voicing room. But those who want to jump right in can stay in our larger workshop room.
6pm - 8pm
Cost: $15/pre-registered person or $20/at-door person

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
10/28/05

   
Kids Halloween Party
5:00 pm
Admission:
Little Spooks $3 (10 yrs & under) and Big Spooks $5.
Prizes, refreshments and games

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
pegfrelich@hotmail.com
10/28 – 31/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Doom” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
10/29/04

Trilogy of Terror
Halloween Activity for Youth
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Realm of Darkness
79 S. Glenwood; Pontiac, MI
(I-75 to M-59 W To Paddock, Right on Paddock at cemetary, 1/2 Mile on the right side.)

For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm

Sherri Ann Garnard, Youth Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
10/29/05 Legal Rights Presentation Workshop — Especially for Parents
9:00 am to 12:00 Noon (registration at 8:30am)
Marantha Baptist Church
5790 Flemings Lake Rd
Clarkston, MI

Please join David Stokes, J.D., and Katie Cushman, J.D. to learn about the laws that effect individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Topics include: The Ada; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act; Michigan Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act; IDEA; Dear Person's Interpreters Act.

This workshop is for parents, Interpreters and anyone interested in learning more about legal rights. CEUs will be available.


Cost: $10/famly including breakfast and snacks (no childcare provided)
Send checks payable to Deaf Community Advocacy Network

For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–3331 V
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://www.deafcan.org
10/29/05

RESCHEDULED to
11/19/05


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"Principles of ASL" Workshop -- RESCHEDULED
Presented by: Ron Dans
This workshop is designed for those in the Deaf / H.H. community who are interested in learning ASL sentence structure, classifiers and more. Those who are interested in getting their RID CDI may also attend.
10am - 3pm
Cost: $20/pre-registered person or $25/at-door person

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
10/29/05 Sign Language Services of Michigan’s Deaf Community Family Skate Night
630 – 9 pm
Great Skate
29100 Hayes Roseville, MI 48066
(1 block North of 12 Mile Rd.)

$5.00 for Skaters (includes skate rental)
$1.00 for Non-Skaters

Private party for Deaf Community

For more information:
skate@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
10/29/05 DAD’s Halloween
7:00 pm (costume contest at 8:00 pm sharp!)
Romanowski Hall Post #6896
28945 Joy Rd, Westland, MI (between Inkster and Middlebelt)

Donation: $8 w/ costume, $10 w/out costume
Refreshments included

For more information:
Patty Schultz cpschultz73@comcast.net
10/29/05


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Halloween Party at FAD Hosted by MDMPA
7 pm to 2 am
Flint Association of the Deaf Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr., Flint, MI 48507

Admission $8 w/ costume, $10 w/out costume.
*Tons of FUN! Halloween munchies, games and dancing!
*Prizes for the best costume
*And come and meet the newly crowned Queen, Rosina Switras, perform her talent performance.

For more information:
Reneé Trempe
missdeafmichigan@yahoo.com
http://www.mideaf.org/pageant.htm
10/30/05

   Peter Pan
“Peter Pan” – Interpreted Performance
Starring Cathy Rigby In her farewell performance as Peter Pan, Tony Award® nominee Cathy Rigby takes flight in the 100th anniversary of the immortal James M. Barrie tale Peter Pan.

6:30 pm
Masonic Temple Theatre — Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Blvd. Suite 110, Detroit, MI
Interpreted by Henry Lowe and Aliehs Young Zepke

More information:
Ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/ fisher/general_info.htm

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Nov 2005
Events
11/1 – 3/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“North Country” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
11/3 – 5/03 “A Thousand Cranes” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Wild Swan Theater
Washtenaw Community College Ypsilanti, MI

Ticket info call (734) 995-0530 V
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#Cranes
11/4 – 10/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Legend of Zorro” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

11/4 – 7/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Legend of Zorro” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
11/4/05


Deaf & Hard of Hearing Friendship Club of Oakland Community College – Auburn Hills Campus
Friendship gathering – Anyone is welcome!
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Gameworks at Great Lakes Crossing, Auburn Hills
Dinner, meeting and social gathering

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
11/5/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
"Fingerspelling Strategies" Workshop
Presented by Mary Luczki Mary Luczki is a native ASL signer, comes from a deaf family, has interpreted for over 40 years and has been teaching for 30. She currently holds both a National NAD level. Fingerspelling is one of the greatest challenges facing sign language interpreters. Come learn some helpful tips on how to improve in reading Fingerspelling.
10am - 2pm
Cost: $30/pre-registered person or $35/at-door person
You may pre-register by mail to:
ASL Interpreting & Educational Services
P.O. Box 352 Grand Blanc, MI 48480
or by email: aslservices@comcast.net

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
11/5/05 5th 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

Admission:
$7 w/ dish, $9 w/o dish,
$2 off Senior Citizens age 55 & up,
$5 (age 5–18 yrs (free age under 5)

For more information:
Click here to view Thanksgiving Flyer
WMADClub93@yahoo.com
11/5/05

   
World Poker Texas Hold ’em Poker
Open at 4:30pm, Games begin at 6:00pm
FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI
For more information:
Marty Galentine and Dave Takacs
11/5/05 “Once Upon a Mattress” -- Interpreted Play
7:30pm
Washington Terrace Plaza Playhouse
$9 or $11 depending on seating

For more information:
Jennifer Harkenss doaelric@hotmail.com
11/6/05 “House of Desires” - Interpreted Performance
A Fun Romantic Comedy for the Ages
2:00 pm
Lansing Community College

Tickets ($10 general admission, $5 students and seniors) are on sale in advance at the Arts Tickets Box Office by phone at (517) 372-0945 or one hour before curtain in Dart Auditorium at 500 N. Capitol, Lansing.

For more information:
(517) 483-1488
See http://www.lcc.edu under News & Events.
11/6/05 DAD’s After Election / Dinner
3:00 pm
Romanowski Hall Post #6896
28945 Joy Rd, Westland, MI (between Inkster and Middlebelt)

Donation: $15
Special Turkey Raffle Prizes

For more information:
Patty Schultz cpschultz73@comcast.net
11/8 – 10/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Dreamer” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
11/10/05 Moonlight Cosmic No Tap “9” Mixed Singles Handicap Bowling Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
9:30 pm to 12:00 am
$25/Mixed Single

Northfield Lanes
2222 Plainfield, NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505

For more information:
Sheila McClish
616-475-8386 TTY/VP
11/10 – 13/05 28th Annual Central States Bowling Association of the Deaf & Central States Women Bowling Association of the Deaf
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
Westgate Bowl Grand Rapids, MI

For more information:
Bobby Grumm EuchreKing@ameritech.net
Nancy Sams nny_51@yahoo.com
11/11 – 17/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Jarhead” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

11/11/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm

Note: 4-5pm, immediately before IIG meeting, Scott Powers will be presenting information on his new business. He is selling Prepaid Legal and Identity Theft Shields. For more information you may contact him at powerssw@prodigy.net or visit the company website at http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/powers70

ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
11/11/05 $150.00 First Place Individual Euchre Tournament
Hosted by Grand Rapids Athletic Association of the Deaf
Register at 3pm, Game at 5pm
$6.00 per player, Must-alone-Prize fee - $1/player

Best Western Midway Hotel
4104 28th, SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49512

For more information:
Bobby Grumm EuchreKing@ameritech.net
11/12/05 Town Hall Meeting
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
12:00pm to 2:00pm
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.

Bring your energies and ideas to the group! We have witnessed some of exciting changes happening at Michigan School for the Deaf; however, we must not stop now until significant changes are in place to guarantee accessibility to languages and education!

No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).

For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
11/12/05


Michigan Chapter of ASLTA logo
Michigan ASLTA Workshop
“How to Teach Classifiers in the Classroom Setting”
Presenter: David Rivera
Mott Community College
Regional Technology Center Room 1015
9am to 4pm

Members:
Early Bird: (11/4) $35, At Door: $40
Non Members:
Early Bird: (11/4) $40, At Door: $45

For more information:
Click on MI ASLTA Workshop Flyer

Sharon Meldrum
(734) 591–9266 TTY
smeldrum@madonna.edu
11/12/05

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“Using Effective ASL and English Discourse in Interpretation”
Co-hosted by MIRID and LCC Sign Language Dept.
Presenter: Clyde Vincent, from Seattle

8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Lansing Community College Old Central Building Room 129

For more information:
http://www.mirid.org/workshops.html
11/12/05 Ann Arbor Deaf Club's Annual Thanksgiving Get Together
4:00pm
Hometown Buffet
914 West Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

For more information:
Chuck Dornbos
11/12/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

6 - 8 pm
Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
11/14/05

Deaf Social Service Providers Meeting
Kathleen Mitchell, MSW, LMSW, ACSW Clinical Director of Deaf Options will present "Working with Minimal Language Skill Clients" and on the services provided by Deaf Options.

Interpreter and snacks will be provided.

The group plans to have 3 - 4 meetings this year and the cost will be $40 (for the year) to cover expenses.


7 - 8:30 pm
Ann Arbor Center for the Family
2300 Washtenaw, Suite 203 - Downstairs conference room

For more information:
Lori Lichtman, Psy.D.
(734) 995-5181
11/14/05

ASL-Interpreted Family Story Time! - Theme: Marsupials
Family Story Time will meet once a month at 7:00 pm in the Community Center adjacent to the library. Each session has its own theme. There is no registration provided. Children of all ages are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Each story time will feature American Sign Language interpretation.

Please drop by for stories, games and fingerplays with the whole family!


7:00 pm
Lyon Township Public Library
P.O. Box 326
27005 S. Milford Road
New Hudson, MI 48165

For more information:
Holly Teasdle, Director
(248) 437-8800
hteasdle@lyon.lib.mi.us
11/17/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Special Educational Interpreter Workshop
The workshop will cover EIPA (Educational Interpreters Professional Assessment) updates as well as information he will receive that day at the conference in Grand Rapids.
The workshop will be presented by the ASLRC at no cost, however donatations are always appreciated. Space will be limited so pre-registration is required.


For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
register@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
11/18/05 Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns (MCDC) Meeting
10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Conference Room
300 N. Washington Square, Lansing, MI 48913

Interpreter and CART are provided. Contact MCDC for other accommodations

For more information:
mcdc@michigan.gov
11/18 – 24/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Chicken Little” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

11/18 – 21/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Prime” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
11/18/05 PIA Meeting
Everyone is invited to attend Professional Interpreters Association. Deaf Speakers will not be voiced. All Hearing speakers will be interpreted.

7 – 9 pm
Roseville Recreation Center
18185 Sycamore Roseville, MI
(1 street N of I–696 off of Gratiot)

For more information:
Click here to view PIA Informational Flyer

For information on monthly topics, click on website link below and go to the Links and Community Information page, scroll down to Professional Interpreters Association.

http://SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
PIA@SignLanguageServicesofMichigan.com
11/18 – 20/04 Hunter’s Quilt Retreat
Hosted by Deaf Quilters United
While the husbands are gone hunting, the wives play! MSD’s newest building – Learning Resource Center next to Gilbert Hall
Registration fee: $70 per person including room and 5 meals. **Scrapbook croppers welcome at same fee.
To register, contact:
Katie Dreyer
katieflower67@comcast.net
11/18 & 11/24/05
Small National Amusement logo - Thank You for OC moviesThank You for OC movies
“Timeline” 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
11/19/04


  
“Beauty and the Beast” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
2:30pm & 7:30 pm
Shadow Interpreted for the Deaf- performed by Terp Theatre and are made possible with a grant from Daimler Chrysler Corporation Fund
Flat Rock High School Auditorium
28100 Aspen, Flat Rock, MI
For more information:
Click here to view Performance Information
Click here to view Immediate Release

(734) 362–8153
http://www.dypac.com
11/19/05

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

Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
11/19/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
"Principles of ASL" Workshop
Presented by: Ron Dans
This workshop is designed for those in the Deaf / H.H. community who are interested in learning ASL sentence structure, classifiers and more. Those who are interested in getting their RID CDI may also attend.
10am - 3pm
Cost: $20/pre-registered person or $25/at-door person

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
11/19/05

   
Thanksgiving Special Lucky 52
8pm

Thanksgiving Donations – Food Drive will be conducted the same night. Donate and get free ticket for the drawing. It is third time that FAD will be hosting a food drive. The collecte food will go to the needy family for Thanksgiving.

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
katieflower67@comcast.net
11/20/05

    
MDA Board of Directors Meeting
9 am – 4 pm
Division on Deafness and Hard of Hearing Office
201 N. Washington Square, Suite 150
Lansing, MI 48909

For more information:

Diane McKittrick, president@mideaf.org
Margaret Barker, secretary@mideaf.org
http://www.mideaf.org
11/20/05

  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage 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.
11/20/05

 
“Urinetown” – Interpreted Performance
2 pm
Varner Studio Theatre
Department of Music, Theatre & Dance
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI

For more information:
(248) 377–3300 V
mtd@oakland.edu http://terptheatre.com/list.html#Urinetown
11/20/05

“Miracle Worker” - Interpreted Performance
2 pm
Dexter High School
Center for the Performing Arts
2200 N. Parker Road
Dexter, MI

For more information:
Francyn Chomic, 734-449-8402
11/22 – 24/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Zathura” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
11/25 – 12/1/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Harry Potter/Goblet of Fire” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

11/29/05


    MSD Tartar Mascot
MSD Community Meeting

You are invited to an open discussion for members of the MSD community to share and propose ideas for change in the campus communication policy.

Michigan Deaf Association President Diana McKittrick will be attending and the meeting will be co-sponsored by Jr. N.A.D., and ANEWMSD.

Refreshments will be provided.

For more information:
Click here to view the flyer
11/29 – 12/1/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Walk the Fire” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema

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December 2005
Events
12/1/05 Help Develop a Child’s Social Interaction with Others Workshop
By being an interpreter for Deaf children you have an impact on how those children learn to relate with others.

This workshop discusses how your interpreting and a child’s social development interact by covering information such as:

Fostering Peer Interaction
The Importance of Authentic Friends
Social Events and Role of Interpreter
Interpreter/Student Boundaries


4:30-6:30 pm
Ravine Apartments
Club House
3510 N Drake Rd
Kalamazoo, MI
269-349-5131

Cost: $5 for members, $10 for non-members
Guests- other interpreters, students, etc.
A dish to pass (optional)

Sponsored by: SWMIRID
Send early registration to:
Secretary- Rachel Swearingin
5439 Whippoorwill Dr
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

For more information:
swmirid@yahoo.com
12/2 – 5/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Pride and Prejudice” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/2 – 8/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Yours, Mine And Ours” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

12/2/05 ASL Coffee Hour in Flint
7:00 pm
Join the new ASL Coffee Hour in Flint! The group will be meeting at Borders Bookstore on Miller Rd.

This is a great time for socialization! The ASL Coffee Hour will be the first Friday of the month, but the locations will change from month to month.

For more information or to join the monthly mailing list, contact Laura at aslclub_mcc@yahoo.com
12/3/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
"Fingerspelling Strategies" Workshop
Presented by Mary Luczki
Mary Luczki is a native ASL signer, comes from a deaf family, has interpreted for over 40 years and has been teaching for 30. She currently holds both a National NAD level. Fingerspelling is one of the greatest challenges facing sign language interpreters. Come learn some helpful tips on how to improve in reading Fingerspelling.


10am - 1:15pm
Cost: $30/pre-registered person or $35/at-door person
You may pre-register by mail to:
ASL Interpreting & Educational Services
P.O. Box 352 Grand Blanc, MI 48480
or by email: aslservices@comcast.net

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
12/4/05 8th Annual Christmas Banquet
Hosted by Metro Detroit Deaf Senior Citizens

2pm
St. Peter & Paul Romanian Orthodox Church
750 North Beech Daly Road
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
Donation: $20.00
**2 Funny Skits, Christmas Songs, David Hoge, Magician, Door Prizes **

For more information:
Camile Ellerhorst
313-291-7926 Fax / 313-291-5775 TTY
12/6/05

   
Senior Citizens Christmas Party
11 am
Finest buffet, beautiful decorations, and games.

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Please RSVP - see Susan Southward, Ardena Alward and Sheila Wollard
shegood55@comcast.net
12/6 – 8/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Just Friends” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/9 – 12/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Rent” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/9 – 15/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Rent” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

12/9/05

 IIG logo
Interpreter Improvement Guild Meeting
(held every second Friday)
5 – 8 pm
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Contact: (877) 571–0441
http://www.aslrc.com
12/9/05


OCC Deaf Friendship Club Christmas Party
Limit to 50 for 18 years and older
6:00 pm
Big Buck
2550 Takata
Auburn Hills, MI

Cost: Because OCC is paying tax & tip – PLEASE bring $15 CASH ONLY!!

For more information:
Click here to view Christmas Party Flyer

Rita Koza
Retyk808@aol.com
(248) 592-1653
Joyce LaHaye, DFC President
Heartoflove1958@aol.com
12/10/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
Beginner Workshop
This workshop is designed for anyone new to American Sign Language. The instructors will teach Fingerspelling and Number techniques, as well as using exercises to help improve your memory. there will be various experienced instructors both Deaf and hearing.

10am - 2pm
Cost: $20/pre-registered person or $25/at-door person

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
12/10/05
Cancelled
Town Hall Meeting - Cancelled
“The signing community is gathered with the goal of encouraging Michigan School for the Deaf to make changes that will provide its students with complete and free access to information through the means of using a bilingual approach, empower it's members through equal access and respect for cultural development, and move towards a stronger school for the Deaf by working closely with parents, alumni and the community.”

Curtice–Mott Complex
Mott Community College
CM Room 2103
12:00pm to 2:00pm
http://www.mcc.edu/maps/3d_main.shtml

The meeting will be moderated and is solution-focused. Please bring a pen. Papers will be provided.

Bring your energies and ideas to the group! We have witnessed some of exciting changes happening at Michigan School for the Deaf; however, we must not stop now until significant changes are in place to guarantee accessibility to languages and education!

No voice interpreters will be provided. Please let us know if you need a close vision interpreter or relay interpreter and we will do our best to provide one. (If you are such an interpreter and are interested in volunteering please let us know!).


For more information:
anewmsd@hotmail.com
12/10/05

Deaf Café
(Held on second Saturday of every month)
FREE exciting monthly program with fun games, upbeat music, exciting dramas all in ASL. We welcome both deaf and hearing to come.

6 - 8 pm
Flint Township Library
2071 S. Graham Rd.
Flint, MI 48532

For more information:
Brenda, jbb1090@comcast.net
810.233.5116 Fax
12/10/05

Deaf/HH Rights Workshop
Learn about your rights under ADA and other laws.
6 - 8 pm
Free Workshop! 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Grand Rapids Community College

For more information:
Click here to view the Rights Flier
12/10/05 31st Annual TCAD Christmas Ball
Tri City Association of the Deaf Club
3520 Schust Road
Saginaw, MI 48602

Dinner at 6pm and Dance at 9pm
$20 before or $25 at door
(Please send money order only.)

For more information:
810-938-5868 Sorenson VP
12/10/05

   
Regular Lucky 52
8 pm

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Peg Frelich
mafrelich66@comcast.net
12/11/05

   
Children's Christmas Party
10:30 am
Joining with Santa for Breakfast. Sit down games and contest. Prizes and Gifts. RSVP please!
$5.00 per person

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Peg Frelich
mafrelich66@comcast.net
12/11/05

   Little Women
“Little Women” – Interpreted Performance
Join the remarkable March sisters – Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy – as one of America's most beloved books soars to the stage in LITTLE WOMEN – THE MUSICAL. Starring Maureen McGovern direct from Broadway, this dazzling new musical, based on Louisa May Alcott's timeless tale about the power of family, friendship and romance, is capturing the hearts of a new generation and captivating audiences of all ages!

6:30 pm
Masonic Temple Theatre — Fisher Theatre
3011 W. Grand Blvd. Suite 110, Detroit, MI
Interpreted by Henry Lowe and Jacki Felix

More information:
Ask for tickets in the “Deaf section”.
http://www.nederlanderdetroit.com/ fisher/general_info.htm
12/11/05


   
“Nutcracker” – Shadow Interpreted Performance
Stagecrafters Youth Theatre
11 am
Stagecrafters Baldwin Theatre
Royal Oak, MI
Contact: (248) 541–6430 V / 6439 TTY
Be sure to request for preferred seating for TerpTheatre patrons! http://www.terptheatre.com/list.html#Nutcracker
http://www.stagecrafters.org
12/12/05

ASL-Interpreted Family Story Time! - Theme: Daddies & Mommies
Family Story Time will meet once a month at 7:00 pm in the Community Center adjacent to the library. Each session has its own theme. There is no registration provided. Children of all ages are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Each story time will feature American Sign Language interpretation.

Please drop by for stories, games and fingerplays with the whole family!


7:00 pm
Lyon Township Public Library
P.O. Box 326
27005 S. Milford Road
New Hudson, MI 48165

For more information:
Holly Teasdle, Director
(248) 437-8800
hteasdle@lyon.lib.mi.us
12/13 – 15/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Pride and Prejudice” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/15/05

  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for OC movies
Sorenson VRS Family Movie Night
Sorenson VRS is proud to provide a FREE open-captioned movie night for the Michigan deaf community.

6:30 pm
“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”

UA Commerce Township Stadium 14
3033 Springvale Drive
Walled Lake, MI 48390


For more information:
Reserve Seats Today by visiting www.sorensonvrs.com/movies
Enter to Win for a Best Buy® Gift Card, Microsoft Xbox®, or Sony PSP™
12/16 – 22/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Walk The Line” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

12/16 – 19/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Syriana” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/16/05

Holiday Party at Deaf C.A.N.!
1 to 4 pm
2111 Orchard Lake Rd #101
Sylvan Lake, MI

Please bring one: liter bottle of pop, a dessert, a bag of chips, candy or a cold appetizer to share with your friends.
Please park in the empty lot next to Deaf CAN or behind the building.


For more information:
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
deafcan@prodigy.net
http://deafcan.org
12/16/05 Deaf Children's Christmas Party
Sponsored by MIRIDSVI & TCAD
Tri City Association of the Deaf Club
3520 Schust Road
Saginaw, MI 48602

Given for chilren 12 years old and younger that are Deaf, hard of hearing and their family members. There will be storytelling, games, crafts, face painting, gifts given by Deaf Santa, cookies and lots of fun.

For more information:
Ed Thies, (989) 755-1600
Renee Moore, brmoore@speednetllc.com
12/16/05
     
“Christmas Carol” – Interpreted Performance
8 pm
Meadowbrook Theatre
Oakland University, Rochester Hills, MI

For more information:
(248) 377–3300 V
(248) 370–3344 Fax
tickets@mbtheatre.com
http://terptheatre.com/list.html#ChristmasCarol
12/17/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
"Numbers" Workshop
Presented by Mary Luczki
Mary Luczki is a native ASL signer, comes from a deaf family, has interpreted for over 40 years and has been teaching for 30. She currently holds both a National NAD level. This workshop will focus on numbers in ASL. The major rules of numbers will be covered, and how they apply in different settings.

10am - 1:15pm
Cost: $30/pre-registered person or $35/at-door person
You may pre-register by mail to:
ASL Interpreting & Educational Services
P.O. Box 352 Grand Blanc, MI 48480
or by email: aslservices@comcast.net

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
12/17/05

D/HH Youth Putting Edge -- Golf
(sponsored by Deaf C.A.N.!)
Fountain Walk; 44225 12 Mile Road;Novi, MI.

For more information: http://deafcan.org/YouthProgram.htm

Sherri Ann Garnard, Director
java72gecko@yahoo.com
deafcan@prodigy.net
(248) 332–3323 TTY
(248) 332–7334 Fax
12/17/05

ASL Resource Centers logo
"The Importance of Massage" Workshop
Presented by Adrienne Cser
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This workshop will be given by a licensed masseuse who will explain the importance of massage therapy to professional interpreters. She will also show techniques to help prevent or alleviate the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Chair massages will be available by appointment at the conclusion of the workshop at a rate of $1 per min.

For more information:
ASL Resource Center
2790 Auburn Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(877) 571–0441
(248) 293-9744 Fax
kletha@aslrc.com
http://www.aslrc.com
12/17/05 Comeback Special Christmas Dingo
Hosted by Detroit Association of the Deaf
Doors open at 7pm and games start at 8pm
Romanowski Hall Post #6896
28945 Joy Rd, Westland, MI (between Inkster and Middlebelt)

Donation: $15
Dingo Prizes * Ham Prizes * Appetizzers * Jackpot

For more information:
Chairpersons: Dale Decker, Larry Trayner and Robin Wilson
Patty Schultz cpschultz73@comcast.net
12/17/05

   
Lucky 52 Christmas Special
8:00 pm
Many and many cash prizes will be given away.

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Peg Frelich
mafrelich66@comcast.net
12/18/05

CANCELLED

  Sesquicentential MSD Supt House
MSD Superindendent’s Cottage Tour - CANCELLED
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.
12/20 – 26/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Chronicles of Narnia” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/23 – 29/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“The Chronicles of Narnia” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

12/23/05

   
COED Christmas Special
8:00 pm
Let's get together and have a holly, and jolly Christmas! Games, prizes and food!
Cost: $10 per person

FAD Clubhouse
4156 Holiday Dr. Flint, MI

For more information:
Peg Frelich
mafrelich66@comcast.net
12/27 – 29/05
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“King Kong” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/30 – 1/2/06
  Regal logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“Memoirs of a Geisha” OC*
Regal Commerce Township 14
Walled Lake, MI

http://www.regalcinemas.com/ movies/open_cap.html

*Note: Open Caption is provided by Insight Cinema
12/30 – 1/5/05
  Small Emagine logo - Thank You for CC movies
    Thank You for Captioned Movies
“King Kong” OC/CSS
Emagine Entertainment – Dedicated Screen Daily
Novi, MI
(248) 468–2990

http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/showtimes.html

12/31/05Happy New Year Eve Party 2005
Hosted by Western M.A.D.
Open 6:00 pm and close at 1:00 am

Hawthorne Suites
2575 South 11th Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49009

Admission:
$25 per person (Advance tickets only!)

For more information:
Click here to view NYE Party Flyer
WMADClub93@yahoo.com

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