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GLAD Holds 12th Annual Benefit

MARINA DEL REY—On October 5, GLAD will be hosting their 12th Annual GLAD Benefit aboard the FantaSea One Yacht. The money raised at the benefit will allow GLAD to continue providing their services to the community.   According to their Facebook page, the “event reaches far and wide to circles of influence in political, business, entertainment and organizational arenas.” The benefit...

ASL Celebration In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO—On Thursday, September 18, the California Association of the Deaf will hold the ASL Celebration at the state capital. According to a flyer for the event, the ASL Celebration recognizes the “human right to sign language.”   According to the ASL Celebration website, the event will kick off at 9:00 a.m. with an A.M. Capitol Tour/Greetings to Senators followed by local...

Riverside Seniors Celebrate Deaf Awareness Day

RIVERSIDE—On September 24, the Riverside Deaf Seniors will be celebrating "Deaf Awareness Day."   The event is meant for both deaf, hard of hearing and hearing audiences. The celebration can be beneficial to hearing attendees who wish to learn more about the deaf community and the deaf culture through the eight or more vendor booths that will be in attendance at...

CODIE Educates On Water Management

RIVERSIDE—The Center on Deafness Inland Empire will be holding a workshop on the new rules for water usage. The “Water Use Efficiency Requirements” workshop is being funded by the Department of Social Services. It will be held on Wednesday, September 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.   The workshop will be explaining the new water management laws and instructing those attending...

OCDEAF Holds Deaf Coffee Chat

CYPRESS—The Orange County Deaf Equal Access Foundation (OC–DEAF) will be holding their weekly Deaf Coffee Chat on Wednesday, September 3. The event encourages any ASL user to attend. The event is held every Wednesday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at OC–DEAF, which is located on 6022 Cerritos Avenue in Cypress, California. To ask any questions, OC–DEAF encourages people to...

“We Will Rock You” Draws To A Close

LOS ANGELES—Project D.A.T.E will be providing tools for the deaf, hard of hearing, blind and low vision attendees to make the viewing Centre Theatre Group’s production of Queen and Ben Elton’s “We Will Rock You” better. Centre Theatre Group’s “We Will Rock You” performance is a tribute to the band, Queen. The Centre Theatre Group describes the performance as a...
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