AUSTIN DEAF EVENTS http://austindeafevents.com/ 15 July 2010 Issue No. 125 Circulation 929 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Calendar: http://austindeafevents.com/calendar.html Archive: http://austindeafevents.com/archives Un/Subscribe: http://austindeafevents.com/subscribe Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Austin-Deaf-Events/109162852454317
One our readers, new to Bastrop, asks if there are Deaf social events in that area. Please let me (david@PROTECTED) know if you know of good contacts in that area. Thanks!
AAD - Austin Association of the Deaf
AA, NA Meetings
Churches -- http://austindeafevents.com/church.html Monthly Recurring Events (Deaf Coffee Chat, Deaf Seniors, etc.) Movies
Event listings by date
2010 Statewide Conf. on Education for D/hh 07/22-24 Abababa Road Tour -- ASL Storytelling 08/27 ASL SEMANTICS: Precision of Expression in ASL (ASL only) 08/21 Coffee and Dessert Chat at AAD 09/18
Deaf Camp 07/26-30
Deaf Seniors of Austin 08/05
Deaf Wine Chat - New Braunfels 08/07
Ready, Set, Work! Employment skills workshop 08/09-12 Revival at Maranatha Baptist Deaf Church 07/23-25 SafePlace 2010 Celebration: New Beginnings (SI on request) 11/18, 19 The Little Anglers Tournament presented by Austin Bass Club of the Deaf 10/16 TINGO at AAD 08/07
VISUALIZE THIS: Drawing in Space with ASL Classifiers 08/21
07/22-24 2010 Statewide Conf. on Education for D/hh 07/23-25 Revival at Maranatha Baptist Deaf Church 07/26-30 Deaf Camp
08/05 Deaf Seniors of Austin
08/07 Deaf Wine Chat - New Braunfels
08/07 TINGO at AAD
08/09-12 Ready, Set, Work! Employment skills workshop 08/21 ASL SEMANTICS: Precision of Expression in ASL (ASL only) 08/21 VISUALIZE THIS: Drawing in Space with ASL Classifiers 08/27 Abababa Road Tour -- ASL Storytelling 09/18 Coffee and Dessert Chat at AAD
10/16 The Little Anglers Tournament presented by Austin Bass Club of the Deaf 11/18, 19 SafePlace 2010 Celebration: New Beginnings (SI on request)
Confirm calendar at http://austindeafclub.org/events.htm
Deaf Clubhouse renovation put on hold until further notice while Renovation Committee assesses building structure for action to recommend.
Summer recess -- no regular business meetings until September. Banknite at 9pm.
6 Fri Mexican Train Games (Dominoes)
7 Sat TINGO 8pm (seating starts at 7, be ready by 8) 14 Sat $BankNight$
11 Sat Regular Business Meeting 8pm
18 Sat Coffee and Dessert Chat 9am - Noon
Happy Hour 7 - 10pm Fridays and Saturdays. Open social: Fridays and Saturdays 7 pm - closing. Admission: Friday $5, Saturday $7
Where: Austin Deaf Club, 8818 Cullen Ln, Austin TX 78748
Social Affairs: Connie Dannels secretary@PROTECTED Newsletter: Melissa Montoya-Calogar (austindeafclubeditor yahoo.com)
----------------------- AA and NA MEETINGS ----------------------
TCSDHH provides sign language interpreters for the following AA and NA meetings in Austin:
Mondays evenings 7:00-8:30pm NA Support Group 212 E Monroe
Wednesday evenings 5:30-7:00pm AA Support Group 901 Trinity, 3rd floor, Adult room #4 (First Baptist Church)
Saturday afternoons 11:30am-1:00pm AA Support Group - Women only 601 Bouldin Ave
Saturday afternoons 1:00-2:30pm AA Meeting - Open to all 601 Bouldin Ave
You can contact the Austin AA Hill County Intergroup at: 24-hour hotline 512-444-0071(v) or http://www.austinaa.org/.
Call Travis County Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at 512-854-9221 to request an interpreter for other meeting times.
Also, AA meetings via WebCam led by Deaf and HoH sobriety facilitators: http://doda.nefsis.com/doda
---------------------------- CHURCH ----------------------------- Church Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Please see: http://austindeafevents.com/church.html
-------------------- MONTHLY RECURRING EVENTS ------------------- DEAF SENIORS OF AUSTIN (South Central)--Every 1st Thursday, 1-4pm 08/05 Senior Activity Center, 3911 Manchaca, Austin TX 512-448-0787, TDD: 512-462-2853
Deaf Chat Coffee schedule for Austin area: http://www.deafcoffee.com/html/tx_austin.html Open to everyone (deaf, hearing) with an interest in ASL.
AUSTIN ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF--3rd Saturday each 3rd month, 9a-Noon 09/18
8818 Cullen Ln, Austin TX 78748
Committee: Sally Porter, Brenda Mills, Brenda Oates, Beth Strain
DEAF BLIND COFFEE CHAT
STARBUCKS COFFEE (Central)--Every 3rd Saturday, 6-8pm 07/17 3706 Guadalupe St, Austin TX 78705 (corner of Guadalupe and 38th Street)
Please join our growing Deaf Blind Chat for drinks, snacks and fun chatting. Every month we see both new and familiar faces, and we welcome signers of all skill level, so tell your friends, family and classmates about us, too!
Host: Lizzy Berry Elizabeth.Berry@PROTECTED
DEAFNESS RESOURCE SPECIALIST available
Tue Aug 10 1pm - 4pm (Monthly at 1pm on the second Tuesday) TCSDHH, 2201 Post Rd #100, Austin TX 78704 Contact: Brian Determan DeafnessRS7a@PROTECTED
DEAF WINE CHAT
Gruene Winery (New Braunfels)--Every 1st Saturday 5-10pm 08/07 1308 Gruene Rd, New Braunfels TX. http://www.gruenewinery.com Host: Debbie Parker (debbie81 gvtc.com). NO KIDS PLEASE.
---------------------------- MOVIES ----------------------------- Find captioned movies by zipcode or city, state with this link: http://captionfish.com/
Captioned movie trailers and search for captioned web videos. http://ccmovies.org/
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (OC)
AMC Barton Creek Square 14. 2901 Capital of Texas Hwy. (RWC)
ph 306-1991, Auditorium #7.
Bob Bullock State History Museum (RWC)
1800 N Congress Avenue at Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd IMAX Theatre (some films) and Spirit Theatre http://thestoryoftexas.com/special/site_accessibility.html
Cinemark Tinseltown 17, 5501 IH-35 (OC) S I-35 North Of Stassney Ln, Austin TX 78744 http://www.cinemark.com/
Regal Gateway Stadium 16, 9700 Stonelake Blvd - 343-5480 (OC) For show times go to http://insightcinema.org/links.html and follow the links to the theatres, or call theaters for details.
Biennial conference of professionals (administrators, audiologists, speech pathologists, diagnosticians, regional education service center personnel, private agencies, and interpreters) and parents of students who are deaf and hard of hearing, representing every school district in the state of Texas as well as other states.
Now accepting applications for sponsorship, program advertising, and exhibit space. Contact Sandy Chance at 281-897-6425 or sandra.chance@PROTECTED.
We are having a revival with Deaf Pastor Fred Adams from Knoxville, TX. We will be eating at 5:30 pm and services are at 7. (If you eat you have to stay for the service.)
Come and join us July 26-30 for Deaf Camp at Pot of Gold Ranch in Comfort, Texas (south of Fredericksburg, east of Kerrville). The cost is $150 for a week of food, lodging, fellowship, games, and hearing from God. We will be leaving Maranatha Baptist Deaf Church on Monday the 26th at noon, and returning Friday the 30th.
Info: Pastor Steve Parker 865-679-2401
Hands-on workshop for deaf students to learn skills and tips for finding and maintaining employment.
Students will stay on campus at TSD. Meals will be provided by TSD. Students will be supervised on campus at all times.
**All classes will be signed**
Info: Shelley Oishi, Work Training Specialist Shelley.oishi@PROTECTED or 800-970-2036 (V), 512-861-0221 (VP)
One deaf-woman performer, storyteller and educator Patricia "Trix" Bruce from Seattle Washington leads a workshop on accurately expressing meaning to translate between the languages of ASL and English.
Registration fee: $45 postmarked by August 11th. $55 at the door.
ASL only. No voice interpreter.
See http://trixbruce.com/performance/Flyers/2010/Aug2010SEMSanAntonioTXflyer.pdf for flyer with address for registration.
One deaf-woman performer, storyteller and educator Trix Bruce leads a workshop on using Classifiers to clearly portray the English message into ASL.
The workshop strongly focuses on ASL storytelling, ASL performing, and ideas about using the appropriate handshape to show a clearer picture of the context involved.
Registration fee: $65 postmarked by August 11th. $75 at the door.
ASL only. No voice interpreter.
See http://trixbruce.com/performance/Flyers/2010/Aug2110CLSanAntonioTXflyer.pdf for flyer with address for registration.
Since 2004, Alan R. Abarbanell has toured the United States with his critically acclaimed, one-man show, "The Abababa Road Tour" chronicling his experiences growing up hearing in a Deaf family. ABABABA--a name given to him by a friend who could not pronounce Abarbanell--is a proud CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). Alan wrote this show as a loving tribute to his Deaf heritage and CODA family. Each performance is dedicated to Alan's parents Joe and Yetta Abarbanell, whom he credits with his sense of humor, creativity and love for his community.
Abababa takes his audiences on a rollercoaster ride of emotion; first pulling them through the hilarious rush and shocking twists of his youth, then plunging them into the tragedy and loss that followed, only to hurl them upwards towards uncontrollable laughter once again! With the simple wave of a hand, Abababa renders each audience exhausted from gales of laughter and torrents of tears by evening's end.
All Proceeds go to Project N.A.D.I.N.E. to help continue our advocacy efforts and to start new programs that will serve the Deaf community!
Tournament: 1:00 to 4:00
Dinner: 4:30 to 6:00
Door prizes: 6:00 to 7:00
Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs, Chips and Bottled Water will be provided free! Bring lawn chairs!
Tournament Results, Awards, and Door Prizes! Door Prize Tickets: 1 Ticket: $1; 6 Tickets: $5; 15 Tickets: $10; 35 Tickets: $20
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN RODS!
We provide free hooks, bobbers, and bait!
Welcome to the Little Anglers tournament, where the focus is on the fun of fishing. Austin Bass Club of the Deaf believes that it's critical to teach kids and help instill in them a love for the sport that will last a lifetime!
Chairmen for the 2010 Little Anglers Tournament:
Email: Matt Erickson and Ronny Taylor
2010 marks a new decade and a new beginning for the annual SafePlace Celebration. Thursday, November 18th & Friday, November 19th, SafePlace will present Academy Award-winning actress and social activist, Olympia Dukakis. With two special film screenings of Steel Magnolias on Thursday night at the Alamo Drafthouse, South Lamar and a luncheon with Olympia on Friday at the Hyatt Regency Town Lake, there will be a little something for everyone.
Thurs Nov 18, 2010: two film screenings of Steel Magnolias Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S Lamar Blvd, Austin TX + VIP "Blush" screening of Steel Magnolias, and special Q&A with Olympia Dukakis + Public "Bashful" screening of Steel Magnolias with an introduction by Olympia Dukakis
Fri, Nov 19, 2010: SafePlace Celebration Luncheon, Hyatt Regency
Hyatt Regency Austin, 208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin TX
+ 10:30 am VIP Coffee with Olympia Dukakis
+ 11:00 am Registration Opens
+ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Luncheon, Emcee Katherine Stolp, KEYE 46 TV
Celebration Luncheon -
TABLES for the Celebration Luncheon are now available. Top table levels include tickets to the Alamo Drafthouse film screenings. Please call 512.356.1573, email CHiett@PROTECTED or visit SafePlace.org/Celebration.
TICKETS and show times to the film screenings will be available online through the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema’s website, http://originalalamo.com/show.aspx?id=7440
Info, and to request sign language interpreter:
Christina Hiett, Special Events Coordinator email CHiett@PROTECTED
Direct - 512.356.1573
Cellular - 512.695.7832
Events Line - 512.481.9255
SafePlace exists to end sexual and domestic violence through safety, healing, prevention and social change.
24-hour Hotline - 512.267.SAFE (7233) and 927.9616 TTY for the Deaf community
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