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Western Piedmont Community College
(WPCC) ASL Club meets occasionally
at the WPCC Learning Resource Center
(LRC) Room 40; 1007 Burkemont Ave
Morganton, NC
Contact Danette Steelman-Bridges
dsbridges at wpcc_edu or 828-448-6028

 

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2015
50th Anniversary Celebration Continues at ENCSD
Each month, beginning back in August 2014, they are having a
special focus, such as the establishment of their new Museum or  Sports Hall of Fame. Then in April of 2015 they will have the Celebration Event. A master list is posted on the left and details, if  any, on the date of the event. Follow them on facebook
 

A Belated Congratulations to the Future North Carolina Senior Deaf Retirement Community for Achieving their Groundbreaking Milestone on December 19!!

January
If you missed the January 14's showing of
No Ordinary Hero:The SuperDeafy Movie
There is another showing in Greensboro on February 5th

January 28 - Registration and Payment Deadline for
2014 North Carolina Deaf Woman United
Southeast Regional Conference

See February 7 below

January 28 - RSVP for Superbowl and Valentine Day's Party
on February 1 below

January 31 - 6:00pm ~ Raleigh's DNO Jan Event #2
KickBack Jack's, 1405 Garner Station Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27603
Posted in fb by Chris Pape

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event
on this website for 2 thousand visitors to see every month!.


February
Scheduled opening of the Eastern NCSD Historical Museum
Date to be posted when announced

February 1 - 3pm - 9pm ~ Superbowl and Valentine Day's Party
Sand Dollar Association of the Deaf
Coastal Hunters Association Clubhouse
201 Cumbee Rd SW, Supply, NC 28462
RSVP is requested by January 28
See flyer in jpg
for contact and additional info

American Sign Language Classes - Spring Sessions - Greensboro
Mondays - February 2 to March 23
Thursdays - February 5 to March 26
All classes are from 6pm - 8pm

Communication Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CSDHH)
will be offering American Sign Language classes at their office in
Greensboro during the Spring
1175 Revolution Mill Drive Studio 15 Greensboro, NC 27405
Children ages 12 – 16 may attend with another registered adult
But these classes are not designed for children under 12
Contact CSDHH at 336-275-8878 (voice) or
336-274-1461 (TTY & VP) for more information

Basic American Sign Language (ASL) Classes in Wilmington
Tuesdays - February 3, 10, 17, and 24 - 5pm - 6:30pm

Wilmington Regional Center
3340 Jaeckle Drive, Suite 104, Wilmington, NC
For more information, contact Daisy Rivenbark at
910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY, 910-795-2714 V/VP
or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

February 5 - 7:30pm ~ Deaf Movie Night - Greensboro
No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie

Carmike 18 – Greensboro Movie Theater
4822 Koger Blvd, Greensboro, NC, US, 27407
Time: 7:30 (BE ON TIME!) $10 per ticket
You can follow this event here

February 6 - 4pm - 9pm ~ 44th Annual Huskey Valentine Party
Lutheran Chapel for the Deaf, Fellowship Basement Room
1225 East Morehead Dr, Charlotte NC
Most Red outfit will be elected Valentine Queen and King
Games and Door Prizes
$3 per adult with food - $6 per adult without food
School age children enters free
Charlotte Association for the Deaf will provide water
Contact: LeAnne King 704-702-0257
Donna McCord Smolik 704-469-5677
Linda Wison 704-246-5599

February 6 - 9am - 3pm ~ N.C. Council for the Deaf and the
Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting

Division of Public Health, 5605 Six Forks Road, Raleigh 27609
Building 3, Cardinal Room, Sides A & B
NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public but
 RSVP is requested so the staff can go to the meeting room the afternoon prior
to the meeting to make the arrangements to place sign language
interpreters and assistive listening devices to ensure effective
communication for everyone which is a rather complicated and
time-consuming process.

So PLEASE contact Rene’ Raeford to RSVP by January 30
Contact: Rene’ Raeford, 919-874-2245 or rene.raeford@dhhs.nc.gov
Website

February 7 - 9am - 4pm ~ 2014 North Carolina Deaf Woman United
Southeast Regional Conference
“IGNITE. Embracing Deaf Womanhood"

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC)
Cato Campus Auditorium
8120 Grier Road, Charlotte NC 28215
All day event, three workshops! Included are breakfast, lunch &
afternoon refreshments.
Cake auction, silent auctions, and more fun activities,
embracing our deaf womanhood!
Registration and Payment Deadline: Jan. 28th, 2015
Registration Cost: $55
Go to www.dwu.org and click on "Regional Conferences"
Flyer in jpg now available
Or email DWU Regional Conference Officer, Melissa Huber
melissa.huber@dwu.org

February 7 - Queen City's Deaf Night Out
Label, 900 NC Music Factory Blvd, Suite B6, Charlotte, NC
Strict dress code see pix in jpg
Posted in fb by Demi Davis and Queen City's Deaf Night Out
No time specified - on your own

February 7 - Silent Dinner - Wilmington
Jamaica's Comfort Zone
417 S College Rd, Wilmington, NC
This event is not verified - no contacts
On your own

~ New Monthly Event Discovered - Goldsboro ~
February 7 - First Saturday of each month Silent Social
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm at Sweet Frog, 317 Spence Ave, Goldsboro, NC
Posted by Patti Childers in fb

February 7 - 9am - 4pm ~ Raleigh
Orientation Training - First Step to becoming an SSP
(Support Service provider)
Free Workshop - Limited Seating
Must RSVP by January 23
More details and contact/RSVP information
is available in flyer in jpg

February 7 - 2pm - 5:30pm ~ Kick-off of the Black History Month
Wilmington Race Riot History and Black ASL: Signs from the South
Professor Dr. Joseph Hill of
UNC-Greensboro and Irving Joyner, Professor of Law NCCU
Cape Fear Community College, Union Station - Room 387
502 North Front St, Wilmington, NC
Interpreters and light refreshments will be provided
(.35 CEU - pending)
Contact the Wilmington Regional Center for more information
Daisy Rivenbark at 910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY,
910-795-2714 V/VP or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

February 7 - 6pm - 9pm ~ Silent Dinner - Wilmington
Jamaica Comfort Zone Restaurant, 417 S. College Rd
Wilmington, NC 28403 Everyone is welcome to this social
gathering for using American Sign Language
For more information, contact
Daisy Rivenbark at 910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY,
910-795-2714 V/VP or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
February 10 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - Dirty Blonde - Greensboro

Triad Stage, 232 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC
This play is a love story with music. Please visit
www.triadstage.org for
more information and to purchase tickets

February 11 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm ~ Greensboro Hearing Loss Support Group
Smith Senior Center, 2401 Fairview St, Greensboro, NC
Come join them as we support each other and learn about
resources to help overcome the challenges of hearing loss
For more information, contact Helena Barbour at
defdiva47@yahoo.com

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February 14 - 6:30pm - The Womanless Beauty Pageant - NCSD
NCSD's Main Building
, 517 Fleming Dr, Morganton, NC 28152
$10 admission
$25 registration fee to enter contest
1st place $300, 2nd place $150, 3rd place $75
Contact bradleyjwa@gmail.com or 202-489-2571 for details

February 16 - 6:45pm - 8:30pm ~ Hearing Loss Association of America - (HLAA)
Winston-Salem Chapter Meeting

South Fork Senior Center, 4403 Country Club Rd, Winston-Salem
HLAA offers a chance to discuss and learn about overcoming
the challenges of hearing loss from other member volunteers
willing to share what they’ve learned.
For more information, contact Bill Crowley at
wmcrowley748@bellsouth.net

February 17 - 6:30pm – 8:30pm ~ Hearing Loss Association - Charlotte
Topic: Travel and Entertainment
Meets at – Charlotte Regional Center
of the NC Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
5501 Executive Center Drive, Conference Room 104
Charlotte, NC 28212 Contact: Ivy Williams
Email: ivy.williams@dhhs.nc.gov Phone: (704) 568-8558

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
Postponed to February 25th
February 17 - 7:30pm – 9:30pm - Other Desert Cities - Winston-Salem

Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 Spruce St N, Winston-Salem, NC
This play is a dramatic comedy. Please visit www.triadstage.org
for more information and to purchase tickets

February 19 - 6pm - 9pm ~ NCRID: Land O’Sky Regional Committee
West Asheville Community Center, 970 Haywood Rd
Asheville, NC 28806. CEU’s pending; for more information contact
Kathleen Speckhardt (828) 665-8733 or ncird.landosky@gmail.com
Presenter: Ashleigh Krivulka - “The World Doesn’t Revolve Around Me”

February 19 - 1pm – 3pm ~ Technology: APPS/Resource
Presentation including ways to lower bill.

Jacksonville Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
39-B Park Drive, Jacksonville, NC 28546
Janelle Taylor, Telecommunications Consultant, shares
resources to use on smartphones, androids, and i-devices.
This workshop is free of charge. Seating is limited.
Please RSVP to Janelle Taylor,
Telecommunications Consultant, at 800-205-9915 or email
Janelle.taylor@dhhs.nc.gov

February 20 - 22 ~ NC ASLTA Conference - Raleigh
For more information, contact Robert Moore at
deafmoore@gmail.com or
Sharon Lott at Sharonjea@gmail.com

February 21 - 6pm - 8pm ~ Silent Dinner - Jacksonville
Zaxby’s, 4120 Western Blvd Extension, Jacksonville, NC
For more information, contact Gideon Friant
910-554-3743 VP or email: howaboutahotwheel@yahoo.com

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
(Postponed from February 17)
February 25 - 7:30pm – 9:30pm - Other Desert Cities - Winston-Salem

Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 Spruce St N, Winston-Salem, NC
This play is a dramatic comedy. Please visit www.triadstage.org
for more information and to purchase tickets

February 26 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm ~ Disability Rights Listening Session - Greensboro
Maple Street Police Station, 1106 Maple St, Greensboro, NC
A meeting to listen to the issues that are impacting people with
disabilities in the community. Attendees will have the opportunity
to voice their concerns and network with other people with disabilities.
For more information call - 919) 856-2195 or
email info@disabilityrightsnc.org

February 26 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm ~ Disability Rights Listening Session - Winston-Salem
The Shepherd Center, 1700 Ebert St, Winston-Salem, NC
A meeting to listen to the issues that are impacting people with
disabilities in the community. Attendees will have the opportunity
to voice their concerns and network with other people with disabilities.
For more information call - (919) 856-2195 or
email info@disabilityrightsnc.org

Certified Deaf Interpreter/ Deaf Interpreter Training Series:
February 28, March 21, April 18, May 1, 2, 15 and 16, 2015

Time: 9am to 4pm
Cost: Includes all workshops - $250.00.(CEUs pending)
Davidson County Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
Lexington, NC
For more information, contact Lynn Capps Dey, CDI, MAI, at
Christina.Bauman@dhhs.nc.gov

February 28 - 1pm-3:30pm ~ An Overview of Depressive Disorders
Robeson County Department of Public Health
460 Country Club Road, Lumberton, NC
Co-Presenters: Michelle Cannon, LCSW Clinical Therapist,
RHA of Lumberton and Floyd Jackson, RHA Outreach
Coordinator/Consultant of Wilmington
ASL Interpreter will be provided
For more information, contact Daisy Rivenbark at:
910-795-2714 Voice/ Videophone, 910-251-5767 TTY,
800-205-9916 TTY, or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event
on this website for 2 thousand visitors to see every month!.

 

March
March 1 - Wilmington
Severe Weather: Thunderstorms & Tornados Presentation

Tentative location: WWAY News Station
615 North Front St, Wilmington, NC
Steve Pfaff of the National Weather Service will present
information on how to identify severe weather,
understanding thunderstorms, weather safety, and how to
report weather information to the National Weather Service
ASL interpreters will be provided
For more information, contact Christina Bauman
at 910-251-5202 or email: Christina.Bauman@dhhs.nc.gov
See flyer on page in jpg

Basic American Sign Language (ASL) Classes in Wilmington
Tuesdays - March 3, 10, 17, and 24 - 5pm - 6:30pm

Wilmington Regional Center
3340 Jaeckle Drive, Suite 104, Wilmington, NC
For more information, contact Daisy Rivenbark at
910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY, 910-795-2714 V/VP
or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

Deaf Women of Color Conference (Deaf Color) - 10th Anniversary
Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 3:00 PM TO
Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 1:00 AM (EST)

Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002
Theme is: "Today's Vision: Tomorrow's Reality"
This unique conference will explore the resourceful education
through advocacy of Deaf Women of Color including workshops
and activities
Flyer available in jpg

www.deafwomenofcolor.com

March 12 - 7pm ~ Silent Drama - Hilarious Fish Tale About Fitting In!
Blended Fellowship, 2091 Big Daddy's Rd, Pikeville, NC 27863
FREE Event! For Deaf & Hearing
For more information, call 919-344-0188 (VP)
or email: info@blendedfellowship.com

March 12-14 - NCDBA – 2015 Conference Application
(Unofficial) download pdf and print
This was posted in facebook and we cannot vouch
for it's authenticity
There is a $20 non-refundable deposit no later than January 31, 2015
And reservations must be made no later than February 7, 2015
Please contact the officers at www.NCDBA.org to confirm

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You'd be glad you did!

March 18 - 9:30am - 12pm - Onslow Satellite Office
Onslow County Senior Services, 4024 Richlands Highway
Jacksonville, NC
WRC staff will be available to provide one-on-one customer
communication and/or other support services on-site
Appointment is required - For information or to schedule an
appointment, contact Daisy Rivenbark at 910-795-2714
Voice/Videophone, 910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY, or
email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

March 21 - Asheville Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLA)
(Time to be determined)
Begins meetings on the 3rd Saturday of the month at
Seymour Auditorium (Care Partners Health Services)
68 Sweeten Creek Rd, Asheville, NC 28803
Ann Karson akarson57@gmail.com 828-665-8699

March 21 - 6pm - 8pm ~ Silent Dinner - Jacksonville
Tony’s Pizza, 363 Jacksonville Mall, Jacksonville, NC
Note: The restaurant is right inside the front/main
entrance of Jacksonville Mall
. For more information, contact Gideon Friant at
910-554-3743 VP (voice/videophone) or email:
howaboutahotwheel@yahoo.com

March 27 - 1pm – 3pm ~ Technology: APPS/Resource
Presentation including ways to lower bill.
Lumberton Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
289 Corporate Dr, Suite A., Lumberton, NC 28358
Janelle Taylor, Telecommunications Consultant, shares
resources to use on smartphones, androids, and i-devices.
This workshop is free of charge. Seating is limited.
Please RSVP to Janelle Taylor,
Telecommunications Consultant, at 800-205-9915 or email
Janelle.taylor@dhhs.nc.gov

March 28 - 5pm ~ Spaghetti Supper Fund Raising - Morganton
NC School for the Deaf, Underhill Gym, 517 Fleming Dr
Morganton, NC 28152
Hosted by Table Rock AARP #5076 Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Complete details can be found in pdf flyer
Ticket ordering form can be printed from this pdf file

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You'd be glad you did!

 

April
April 11 - 12pm - 4pm ~ Sign-a-thon - Greenville
Greenville Mall at the back entrance
714 Greenville Blvd SE, Greenville, NC 27858
bola.desalu@sprint.com

April 14, 2015, 6:30pm – 8:30pm ~ Hearing Loss Association: Charlotte
Topic: A presentation from Med El
Meets at – Charlotte Regional Center
of the NC Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
5501 Executive Center Drive, Conference Room 104
Charlotte, NC 28212 Contact: Ivy Williams
Email: ivy.williams@dhhs.nc.gov Phone: (704) 568-8558

April 17 - Last Day to RSVP for the
May 16 Fishing Tournament Day Reunion - Atlantic Beach event below

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
April 21 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - Crimes of the Heart - Greensboro

Triad Stage, 232 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC,
This play will be a southern comedy. Please visit
www.triadstage.org for more information
and to purchase tickets

April 25 - ENCSD GALA Celebration
Details to be posted when available

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event
on this website for 2 thousand visitors to see every month!.

 

May
May 8 - 9am - 3pm ~ N.C. Council for the Deaf and the
Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting
Division of Public Health, 5605 Six Forks Road, Raleigh 27609
Building 3, Cardinal Room, Sides A & B
NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public but
 RSVP is requested so the staff can go to the meeting room the afternoon prior
to the meeting to make the arrangements to place sign language
interpreters and assistive listening devices to ensure effective
communication for everyone which is a rather complicated and
time-consuming process.

So PLEASE contact Rene’ Raeford to RSVP by May the 1st
Contact: Rene’ Raeford, 919-874-2245 or rene.raeford@dhhs.nc.gov
Website

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
May 12 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - "Abundance" - Winston-Salem

Triad Stage, 232 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC
This play is a "wild western". Please visit www.triadstage.org for
more information and to purchase tickets

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You'd be glad you did!

May 16 ~ Fishing Tournament Day Reunion - Atlantic Beach
Oceanana Family Motel, 700 East Fort Macon Road,
Atlantic Beach, NC,
May 16 - 7am - 3pm - Fishing Day Tournament on Oceanana Pier
Admission for fishing $15.00, no refunds
Supper on your own
Party Time 6:30 pm poolside of the motel - $10 per person no refund
Refreshments/drinks will be served at poolside; cash prizes to the
fishing men/women by the pounds, plus cash door prizes.
(If need information call Barbara-252-649-0301 (VP)
Will need volunteers to check out fishermen/fisherwomen at pier from 7am to 11am
Make your own motel reservation by April call 252-726-4111;
Oceanana Family Motel, 700 East Fort Macon Road, Atlantic Beach, NC
Send check to reserve for the party by April 17th, to count
how much people for foods to:
Barbara Purifoy, 2820 Old Cherry Point Rd, New Bern, NC 28560

Is your event not posted on this page? Submit it to us.
You'd be glad you did!



June
June 6 - Date Set for the 4th Annual NCDBA Poker Run/Ride

More details will be provided if and when informed

June 13 - "State of Origin" Craft Brew Festival
This Beer Fest debuts on the courthouse square in downtown Morganton with 20 North Carolina breweries using North Carolina-sourced ingredients at some point in the brewing process. Host brewery Fonta Flora will offer beers from such locally-sourced products as dandelions, grits, and fresh kiwis grown in Ashe County. For details, go to: www.fontaflora.com/festival

A Triad Stage Interpreted Play
June 23 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm - "Common Enemy" - Winston-Salem

Triad Stage, 232 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC
This play is a drama. Please visit www.triadstage.org for
more information and to purchase tickets

June 25 - 27 ~ NCRID Conference 2015
(North Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf), Charlotte, NC
www.ncrid.org
Download the 2015 Registration in pdf from their website

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event
on this website for 2 thousand visitors to see every month!.


August
August 4 - 9 ~ NBDA Conference 2015 (National Black Deaf Advocate)
Louisville, Kentucky.
www.nbda.org

August 14 - 9am - 3pm ~ N.C. Council for the Deaf and the
Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting
Division of Public Health, 5605 Six Forks Road, Raleigh 27609
Building 3, Cardinal Room, Sides A & B
NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public but
 RSVP is requested so the staff can go to the meeting room the afternoon prior
to the meeting to make the arrangements to place sign language
interpreters and assistive listening devices to ensure effective
communication for everyone which is a rather complicated and
time-consuming process.

So PLEASE contact Rene’ Raeford to RSVP by August 7
Contact: Rene’ Raeford, 919-874-2245 or rene.raeford@dhhs.nc.gov
Website

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event
on this website for 2 thousand visitors to see every month!.

August
August 22 - 6pm ~ Sign Like you Know It
J.E. Broyhill Civic Center
1913 Hickory Boulevard Southeast, Lenoir, NC 28645
An evening of wonderful family entertainment, featuring
ASL Comedian Keith Wann and Dip-Hop Group Slyki.
www.dlacfoundation.org
Website not active at this time
More details will be provided if and when informed

September
September 11-12 - Historic Morganton Festival - Free Admission!
Come play in the streets, Friday 3pm - 11pm & Saturday 9am - 10pm
Enjoy samplings of fine arts and crafts, festival cuisine, wine garden
featuring NC wineries, kid and teen zones and four stages of entertainment
Saturday kicks off with a Sunrise Run on the Greenway at 8am and a
national country music artist at 8pm Saturday
There are unknown number of booths (if any) for Deaf
sponsors at this event in the area of E. Meeting Street
~ Go at your own will ~

October
October 3 - NCSD Homecoming

This date is tentative
Class Reunions on this Date:
1975
Contact Debra Lane Ketner - no contact info available at this time


November
November 6 - 9am - 3pm ~ N.C. Council for the Deaf and the
Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting

Division of Public Health, 5605 Six Forks Road, Raleigh 27609
Building 3, Cardinal Room, Sides A & B
NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public but
 RSVP is requested so the staff can go to the meeting room the afternoon prior
to the meeting to make the arrangements to place sign language
interpreters and assistive listening devices to ensure effective
communication for everyone which is a rather complicated and
time-consuming process.

So PLEASE contact Rene’ Raeford to RSVP by November 3
Contact: Rene’ Raeford, 919-874-2245 or rene.raeford@dhhs.nc.gov
Website

 

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