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download a pdf form here
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an emergency kit:
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ENCSD Celebration Dates
August TBA Where the Journey began - NCSD
September TBA 5K Run/Walk - Deaf Awareness
October 3 & 4 - 2 day Homecoming Event
October 3 - 1st Annual Fighting Hornets
Golf Tournament

 November TBA Rope Course Dedication
December TBA Dedication Gazebo
January TBA Sports Hall of Fame
February TBA Opening Deaf Museum
March TBA Deaf Awareness Event
April 25 GALA Celebration
www.encsd.net
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All ENCSD Homecoming Queens
please read this pdf flyer

 

ENCSD Alumni Needs Your Support
for the following
Alumni Association Membership
Museum Fund
Website Fund
Homecoming Fund
Please download this jpg form and print

Deaf NC Events for ALL of North Carolina
Deaf North Carolina Events
This site was updated on 08/27/2014 07:42 PM
Welcome to the only website of events for the
Deaf and Hard of Hearing for all of North Carolina.
If you have an event that you would like to see
posted here please go to this page
And posting your flyers are also welcome.
Please note: Entries submitted within 24-48 hours of an
event will not have a guaranteed posting so please send
your entries as far in advance as possible.
It will also take longer for us to post your event if you
do not submit them in the format as requested on the
Event Submission Guidelines page

~ Don't Forget ~
All Regularly Scheduled Monthly Events, such as:
ASL Meet-Ups, Deaf Chat Coffee, Silent Dinners, and
Deaf Senior Citizens meetings are all listed on the Monthly page

Friendly Reminder
Is your event posted on the Monthly page?
If your Monthly Event has themes that changes every month,
you are more than welcome to e-mail us about it and we will
post your themed event on this page.


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2014
August
50th Anniversary Celebration Begins at ENCSD
Each month, beginning this month in August, they will have
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

New Monthly Listing Found = Asheville Deaf Church
See below for September and complete listing is on Monthly page


August 29 & 30 ~ NC Piedmont Deaf Campers (NCPDC
)
Lake Norman State Park Campground
159 Inland Sea Lane, Troutman NC
YOU can make reservations on this campsite, call - 704-528-6350
 or go online northcarolinastateparks.reserveamerica.com
Contact Hope Hundley VP 336-802-1809 if any questions
Above and below are two events that are happening at the same location
August 30 ~ 9am - 7pm - Fun Day Picnic for Everybody!

Hosted by Deaf Friends of Several Deaf Organizations
Lake Norman State Park Air Conditioned Community Building
159 Inland Sea Lane, Troutman, NC (On Labor’s Day Weekend)
Please do not bring dishes - Only Committee will bring dishes
Dinner w/ a drink starts at 1 pm - $10 per person
Children under 12 - $5 - Dishes - Committee only - $5
Hot Dog Plates will be sold at 5pm
Just bring yourself and lawn chair!
Revised Flyer now available in pdf = no red box
and in jpg
Any questions: email MaryCatie@icloud.com

August 30 - 5pm - Raleigh's DNO 2nd Event of August
Fujisan Japanese Steakhouse
8411 Brier Creek Pkwy #105, Raleigh, NC 27617
Found in fb posted by Raleigh's DNO 2nd Event of Aug
and Becca Riddle Woolard's NC Deaf Friends (Closed Group) page

August 31 - 10:30am - 5th Sunday Church Event - Wilson
Forest Hills Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall
1407 Forest Hills Rd, Wilson, North Carolina
Special Deaf guest Donnie Wiltshire of Cary. He works for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
as the special ministries consultant
There will be a covered dish lunch
immediately after the worship service
The Deaf Ministry Center will provide drinks and meat
Please bring your favorite dish of your choice:
Vegetables, Fruits, Salads, or Desserts
Please do not add any kind of nuts to any ingredients
Invite your friends
Email: alarobert42_gmail.com or
Becky Smith

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


September

September 1 - 2:05pm ~ Charlotte Knights
BB&T Ballpark, 324 South Mint Street, Charlotte, NC
Special Group Ticket Prices- 20 people or more $10
$2 off in shopping
For more information contact:
Donna Katic, Deaf Services Specialist
980-939-7779 (VP)
Email:

September 5 - RSVP is Requested for:
September 12-13 ~ Parenting Conference - Asheville Deaf Church
Merrimon Ave Baptist Church, 283 Merrimon Ave,
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
So they will know about meals and day care - see post below

September 5 - 6pm – 8pm - Silent Dinner Social Event - Statesville
Village Inn Pizza, 3233 Taylorsville Hwy, Statesville, NC
For more information: Laura Herman at 828-475-1886 VP
800-999-8915, 828-430-7193 Fax, or
email Laura.Herman@dhhs.nc.gov

September 6 - 8am - 8pm ~ Fred Hodges Fish Fry - Charlotte
Park Road Park (Shelter #3) 6220 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28210
For Admission Information Contact:
Fred Hodges 704-469-5796 (VP)
John Wilson 704-246-5599 (VP)
Brooks Patterson 980-275-0663 (Text)

September 6 - NC Aquarium Hosts Deaf Awareness Day
See WECT 6's webpage for full and complete details

Greensboro
September 6 - 12pm - 5pm ~ "Let's Get Together Again"

CSDHH 1175 Revolution Mill Dr, meet in the Lounge
We will have social time, games, food and a short meeting
We will provide hot dogs and buns
Please bring: covered dish, dessert and drinks.
Admission:
Members only WITH food: $3 - Members only withOUT food: $5
Non-Members with food: $5 - Non-Members withOUT food: $8
Questions? Please contact:
Martha Handy, President 336-223-8096 (VP)
Deolores Handon, Vice-President 336-218-6511 (VP)
Maxine Richardson, Secretary 336-218-6496 (VP)

September 6 - 9am - 5pm ~ Deaf Awareness Day
North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher

900 Loggerhead Rd, Kure Beach. Interpreters will be provided
Admission is $10.95 for adults (ages 13 - 61)
$8.95 for kids (ages 3 -12) and $9.95 for seniors (ages 62 +)
Groups of 10 or more will be given a special group rate
Tickets may be purchased online at
http//reservations.ncaquariums.com/fortfisher/Info or for
more information, contact Daisy Rivenbark at 910-795-2714 V/VP
or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov
Above link is not active at this time see flyer in jpg

September 6 - 6pm - 10pm ~ Burke County Deaf Club
Returning from Summer Vacation
Collett Street Recreation Center; 300 Collett St.; Morganton, NC
Please bring dessert/appetizers to share.
(Need to provide own drinks) Admission: $3.00 with food
donation; $5 without food - $1 per child up to 5 years old
Will need to bring extra money for games
Contact: Debi McNally LawDeb2@aol.com or
Laura Herman at 828-475-1886 VP, 800-999-8915,
828-430-7193 Fax, or email Laura.Herman@dhhs.nc.gov

September 6 - 7am - 12 noon - Book and Toy Sale - Pikeville
Blended Fellowship at 2091 Big Daddy’s Rd, Pikeville, NC
(919) 736-3013
Contact Kayla Seymour
Email: kayla@blendedfellowship.com

September 9 - 6pm - 7:30pm ~ Greensboro Hearing Loss
Support Group

Smith Senior Center, 2401 Fairview St, Greensboro, NC
Come join us as we support each other and learn about resources
to help overcome the challenges of hearing loss
For more information, contact Helena Barbour at


Sept 9 - 5:30pm – 7pm ~ Adult Children of Aging Parents (ACAP)
Workshop “A Life-Changing Day: When a Parent Stops Driving”

(Presenter: To Be Announced)
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church (Fellowship Hall); 2780 N. Center St
Hickory, NC Advance registration is required.
Contact: Frances S. Hall at FHall@ACAPcommunity.com or
1-877-599-2227, Ext. 102

September 9 thru – October 14  ~ 6pm – 7pm
ASL Level II - Winston-Salem

on Tuesdays for 6 weeks at The Adaptables, Center For
Independent Living (CIL), 3908 Westpoint Blvd., Suite B
Winston Salem, NC 27103 - Cost $30
To register, contact Christina Moore
Christina.moore@theadaptables.com

September 9 – 30 - 5:30pm - 7pm ~ Basic American Sign Language (ASL) Class
Tuesdays, September 9th through September 30th at the
Wilmington Regional Center, 3340 Jaeckle Drive, Suite 104, with
Daisy Rivenbark, Deaf Services Specialist (DSS)
Registration required. For more information, contact
Daisy Rivenbark, DSS, 910-251-5767 TTY, 800-205-9916 TTY,
910-795-2714 V/VP or email: Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

September 10 - Last day call to sign up for
Sept 24 - 1pm - 4pm - Basic Computer Training - Winston-Salem
The Adaptables Center For Independent Living
3908 Westpoint Blvd. Suite B, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
336-767-7060

September 11 - 14 - Camp Dogwood Weekend
Coordinated by NC Deaf-Blind Associates
For interested Deaf-Blind individuals from NC
Lake Norman 7050 Camp Dogwood Drive, Sherrils Ford, NC 28657
Contact: Ashley Benton, ncdba.cdw.director@gmail.com
or 919-741-4511 (VP)
Want to volunteer as a Support Service Provider?
Contact: Marilyn Trader, ncdbassps@gmail.com
Flyers or website info will be posted if and when informed

September 12-13 ~ Parenting Conference - Asheville Deaf Church
Merrimon Ave Baptist Church, 283 Merrimon Ave,
Asheville, North Carolina 28801
Theme: God, Marriage, and Family, Deuteronomy 6:5-9
Speaker: Daniel and Avey Jane Lute
Child care provided, For more info check Mydeafchurch.com
Must RSVP by Sept 5th so we will know about meals and day care
Any questions, email
Phone: 828-318-8504 Fax: 828-252-2822

September 13 - 9am - 4pm ~ Game Day: English to ASL Interpreting Practice
www.asllinks.com
(Will break for 30 min lunch)
CSDHH, 1175 Revolution Mill Drive Greensboro, NC 27405
Facilitated by: Sarah Wheeler
.65 PS CEU's
To buy tickets for this course, click on the eventbrite.com
link in the below link
Click here for workshop information

September 13 - 1pm - 5pm - A New Season - Hickory
Unifour Fellowship for the Deaf
in the Adult Life Programs Building on the Trinity Village
(formerly Lutheran Home) campus
1265 21st St., NE, Hickory, NC 28601
We begin the fall with a new schedule
opening from now on at 1pm not 10am
(You can gather with friends for lunch
in an area restaurant prior to coming)
Contact person – Elizabeth Thomas - cfrankthomas@aol.com
or VP 828-394-2267

September 13th - NC Association of the Deaf
(NCAD) Board Meeting

Jacksonville, NC
Location TBA if and when informed

American Sign Language Classes in Greensboro
Mondays - September 15 to November 3 - 6pm - 8pm
Thursdays - September 18 to November 6 - 6pm - 8pm
Sign Language classes at Communication Services for the Deaf
and Hard of Hearing (CSDHH) offices in Greensboro
Children ages 12 – 16 may attend with another registered adult
Classes are not designed for children under 12
Contact CSDHH at 336-275-8878 (voice) or
336-274-1461 (TTY & VP) for more information

September 15 - 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

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event.

September 16 - Wagon Rides - Mooresville
Lazy 5 Ranch, 15100 Mooresville Rd., Mooresville, NC
Admission with Wagon Rides (includes feed)
Special Group Rates (15 or more people including all
ages 1 & up) $10
Call for reservations on the wagon rides (704) 663-5100
Check website: www.lazy5ranch.com/rates-hours.html
For more information contact:
Donna Katic, Deaf Services Specialist
980-939-7779 (VP)
Email:

September 18 - 10am – 2pm ~ Deaf Self Advocacy Training
Presenter: Laura Herman, Deaf Services Specialist at the
Morganton Regional Center, 107 Foothills Dr, Morganton, N.C.
Advance registration is required. Contact: Laura Herman at
828-475-1886 VP, 800-999-8915, 828-430-7193 Fax, or
email Laura.Herman@dhhs.nc.gov

September 18 - 21 - Thunder on Tobacco Road Rally
Mason-Dixon Park -  7533 NC Hwy 55 West
Seven Springs, NC
Admission $25 All Weekend - Gate opens 12 noon Friday
Free tent and Camper Boondocking with Paid Admission
Bike Rodeo, People Games, Golf Cart Games
Wet T-Shirt Competition
Sound and DJ provided by Ronnie Cash
BBQ Sauce Competition
18 & Older and ID Required
They reserve the right to refuse entrance!
More information available in jpg flyer

September 19 - 6pm - 8pm ~ Social Media Impacts & Influences on the Interpreting Field, Part II
www.asllinks.com
Online Workshop with Zoom
Presented by: Bethany Hamm-Whitfield & Sarah Wheeler
.2 PS CEU's
To buy tickets for this course, click on the eventbrite.com
link in the below link
Click here for workshop information

September 19 - 11:30am - 12:30pm ~ Understanding Hearing
Loss and Communicating Effectively

(Presenter: Cynthia A. Harmon, Hard of Hearing Services Specialist
at the Morganton Regional Center)
Location: Alexander County Senior Center, 730 7th St. SW, Taylorsville, NC
The program will include a 20-minute video, discussion on the
impact of hearing loss, and strategies for effective communication
This information will benefit those with hearing loss, their family
and friends, and those who provide services to persons with hearing
loss. Assistive Listening Devices will be available. If you need other
accommodations or for more information, please contact Cynthia
at least two weeks in advance at cynthia.harmon@dhhs.nc.gov or
828-430-7185, ext 107

Sept 19 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm - Silent Dinner - Wilmington Returns
Every 3rd Friday of each month

Silent Dinner in collaboration with the UNC-Wilmington
American Sign Language (ASL) Club and the Division of Services
for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing - Wilmington Regional Center,
Silent Dinner at the Independence Mall Food Court
This is open to all people who want to learn some more about
ASL and Deaf Culture Contact - Daisy.Rivenbark@dhhs.nc.gov

Sept 19 - Deadline to RSVP ENCSD Homecoming Events Oct 3 & 4
Some events require prepaid RSVPs by Sept 19, details in pdf
Additional forms can be found in the ENCSD Homecoming post below
 

CANCELLED
September 20 – 2:30pm - 4:30pm – Deaf Kiss-Fist
Hosted by Professions in Deafness Programs at UNCG
Elliot University Center, UNCG (same place as ASL Idol)
Greensboro, NC
Admission: $5 adults - $3 for children 6-12 years old
Free under age 6
Contact Karen De Naples at kmdenapl@uncg.edu
or 336.543.2193 (VP) for more information
Flyer available in pdf

**SAVE THE DATES**
September 20 ~ Deaf Women United (DWU) Mini-Conference in Charlotte, NC
Central Piedmont Community College
Cato Campus Auditorium, 8120 Grier Road, Charlotte, NC
Details in flyer now available courtesy of DSDHH of Charlotte

September 20 - 9am - 5pm - Deaf Tar Heel Festival
Hickory Metro Conference Center
1960 13th Ave Dr. SE I Hickory, NC 28602
See pdf flyer for full details
MaryCatie@icloud.com

September 21 - 27 - International Deaf Awareness Week

September 24 - Reservation deadline for the
1st Annual Fighting Hornets Golf Tournament October 3

during the 50th Anniversary ENCSD Homecoming

September 24 - 10am - 2pm ~ Deaf Can - Greensboro
Greensboro Children's Museum www.gcmuseum.com
220 North Church Street, Greensboro NC 27401
Group rate charge for the museum is $6 for 3 hour tour or
$4 for 90 minute tour
If you are not with group, individual ticket cost is 8.00.
Advance registration through the Greensboro Children’s
Museum is required. Contact Cecelia Shaw at
336-574-2898 extension 311 or her email Cshaw@gcmuseum.com.
For more information: Contact Ruben Leon at
(336) 790-6632 (Videophone) or email Ruben.Leon@dhhs.nc.gov.
Click for flyer in pdf

Sept 24 - 1pm - 4pm - Basic Computer Training - Winston-Salem
Please call by the 10th of the month to sign up
The Adaptables Center For Independent Living
3908 Westpoint Blvd. Suite B, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
336-767-7060

September 26 - 10am - 3pm - The Community Fair - Charlotte
DSDHH-Charlotte Regional Center -
Conference Rooms 104 and 109
5501 Executive Center Dr, Charlotte, NC 28212
Activities: Booths, Socializing, Deaf History/Culture,
Deaf Community, Education, and Presentations
For more information contact:
Donna Katic, Deaf Services Specialist
980-939-7779 (VP)
Email:

Sept 26 - 6pm - 9pm - ASL Night @ South Park Mall Food Court
4400 Sharon Rd, Charlotte, NC
A wonderful experience to enhance your sign language
skills while socializing with Deaf people
Sponsor: Central Piedmont Community College-ASL/
Interpreter Education Program Contact iASL Club
mail:

September 26 - 1pm – 4pm ~ Space Walk - Wink Smith
The Pentecostals of Greenville - Family Life Center
2950 S Memorial Dr, Greenville, NC 27834
The major difference between English and ASL is that ASL is not
linear, it's spatial and kinetic....
Full details on their google calendar
If this link does not work go to http://www.ncrid.org and
go to the September calendar and click on the 26th date

September 26 - 9am - 2pm ~ Stand Down Event to
Support Homeless Veterans

Westover Church, 505 Muirs Chapel Rd, Greensboro, NC
For more information, contact Richard Johnson at

September 27 – 9am - 5pm – Deaf Day at the Zoo
Hosted by NCAD and Relay NC
North Carolina Zoo, 4401 Zoo Parkway, Asheboro, NC 27205
Admission Fees: $11 (without lunch)/$13 (with lunch)
Child***: (without lunch) or $9 (with lunch)
Senior**:$9 (without lunch)/$11 (with lunch)
Under 2: free (without lunch) or $2 (with lunch)
Go to the Africa Entrance - Flyer now available in jpg
Contact Martina (NCAD Treasurer) at martinamoo@aim.com or
Bola (Relay NC Account Manager) at bola.desalu@sprint.com
for more information

September 27 - 6pm - 8pm - Onslow County Silent Social
AKA Silent Dinner - Jacksonville

Smithfield's Chicken N Bar-B-Q
424 Yopp Rd, Jacksonville, North Carolina 28540
For more information, contact Gideon Friant 910-249-6178 V/VP or
his post by Gideon Friant in fb
email: howaboutahotwheel@yahoo.com
Posted by Gideon Friant in fb

September 29 thru November 3 ~ 6pm – 7pm
on Mondays for 6 weeks at The Adaptables, Center For
Independent Living (CIL), 3908 Westpoint Blvd., Suite B
Winston Salem, NC 27103 - Cost $30
To register, contact Ramona Davis by email at
rdavis@theadaptables.com
or call 336 767-7060

September 30 - 11am - 1pm ~ “Understanding Deaf Culture”
Workshop hosted by the Women’s Resource Center of Greensboro
Presentations will be on a variety of topics related to hearing loss
No cost. Registration required. For more information, please see
flyer in jpg courtesy of DSDHH of Greensboro
 

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event.

October
October 2 - 6pm - 9pm ~ Mentoring. Investing in the Profession
www.asllinks.com
Online Workshop
Presented by: Chris McGaha .3 PS CEU's
 To buy tickets for this course, click on the eventbrite.com
link in the below link
Click here for workshop information

October 3 - 2014 Bears Golf Classic
www.ncsdfoundation.org

October 3 & 4 - ENCSD Homecoming - 2 Day Event
Celebrating 50 Years!

All Homecoming Events Rain or Shine
Complete schedule listing in pdf
Some events require prepaid RSVPs by Sept 19, details in pdf
Correction/Please note that the Pancake Breakfast is 7-10am, not pm

All ENCSD Homecoming Queens please read this pdf flyer.

October 3 - 1st Annual Fighting Hornets Golf Tournament
This is a separate event occurrence of the school's events
Wedgewood Golf Club, 3101 Old Stantonsburg Road
Wilson, NC - reservation deadline is September 24
See pdf flyer for full details

ENCSD HC Booth Rental information now available in pdf

October 9 - 12 - 27th Annual Mason Dixon Girls Volleyball Tournament
Details to be posted when available

October 10 - 10am - 12:30pm - Deaf-Blind Self-Advocacy Training - Raleigh
Raleigh Regional Center, Woodoak Building, GL-3
1100 Navaho Dr, DSDHH Conference Room
Raleigh, NC 27609 1- 800-999-5737 V/TTY 919-890-0858 (VP)
or contact the presenter, Ashley Benton VP 919-741-4511
ashley.benton@dhhs.nc.gov
Can't make it to this event? November 14 is the last event
Flyer now available in jpg

Greensboro
October 11 - 11am - 2pm ~ "Let's Go Out to Eat Together"

Meeting starts at CSDHH 1175 Revolution Mill Dr,
Greensboro, NC 27405. Please meet us in the Lounge.
Then we will go together to eat at Golden Corral on Lawndale Dr.
Questions? Please contact:
Martha Handy, President 336-223-8096 (VP)
Deolores Handon, Vice-President 336-218-6511 (VP)
Maxine Richardson, Secretary 336-218-6496 (VP)

October 11 - 1pm - 3pm ~ Tea for Terps: Strengthening the Community
www.asllinks.com
(Will break for 30 min lunch)
Location: TBA
Facilitated by ASL Links
.2 PS CEU's *pending CEU approval
Links will be provided if when informed

October 13

October 14 - 6pm - 7:30pm ~ Greensboro Hearing Loss
Support Group

Smith Senior Center, 2401 Fairview St, Greensboro, NC
Come join us as we support each other and learn about resources
to help overcome the challenges of hearing loss
For more information, contact Helena Barbour at

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

October 20 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

October 23 thru 25 - NCSD's 70th Homecoming
NCSD vs Alabama
Because of the 4 day Mason Dixon Volleyball Tournament
NCSD's Homecoming has been pushed down 2 Saturdays
Flyer now available in jpg
J.W. Bradley 828-633-4525 or Charles Crowe 828-475-0496
lawdeb@aol.com
Class Reunions on this Date:
1964 call VP 336-899-7066
1979 go to fb and search Class of '79
1984 go to fb and search NCSD 1984

October 26 - 30 - Southeast Regional Institute on Deafness
October 26 - Sunday-Board meeting & pre-conference workshops,
Oct 27-30 - Conference  ending at noon Oct 30 (Thursday)
in Charlotte, NC
Webpage now available, click here
serid2014@gmail.com

October 27 - 30 ~ Southeast Regional Institute on Deafness
(SERID) Annual 2014 Conference

Hilton Charlotte University, Charlotte, NC
There will be a number of workshops, keynote speakers and
vendors. The Rocky Mountain Deaf Theater will be providing
entertainment. For more information and to register,
please visit www.serid.org

October 31


Oct. 31, Nov. 2, and Nov. 6 - "Incredible drama in ASL!"
Shows start at 7:00pm Voiced for the Hearing
Deaf Judgement House at Bended Fellowship
2091 Big Daddy's Rd, Pikeville, NC 27863
kayla@blendedfellowship.com
www.blendedfellowship.com

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

November
November 1 - 4pm - 7pm - Kinston

Wilson Regional Center Annual Community Recognition Celebration
Woodman Community Center
2602 West Vernon Ave., Kinston, NC
For more information call
(252) 243-3104 (V) (252) 243-1951 (TTY) - (800) 999-6828(V)
(800) 205-9925(TTY) (252) 674-1141 (Video Phone)
Email: Wilson.rc@dhhs.nc.gov Fax: (252) 243-7634

November 2 - Fall Back Daylight Savings

November 3 - Voting Day
in some communities

November 7 - 9am - 3pm - N.C. Council for the Deaf and the
Hard of Hearing Quarterly Meeting

Joint Force Headquarters, 1636 Gold Star Dr, Raleigh, NC 27607
NOTE: All Council meetings are open to the public
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 at 919-874-2245
or
 Website

November 7 & 8 - NC Deaf Golf Championship - Paradise Resort
You will need to visit www.ncdga.org to get details
(Green click link not available at this post (08/26/14))

 Greensboro
November 8 - 12pm - 5pm ~ "Pre-Thanksgiving Feast"

Meeting starts at CSDHH 1175 Revolution Mill Dr
Greensboro, NC 27405. Please meet us in the Lounge.
Social, Chatting, Playing games
We will provide turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce.
Admission:
Members only WITH food: $3 - Members only withOUT food: $5
Non-Members with food: $5 - Non-Members withOUT food: $8
Questions? Please contact:
Martha Handy, President 336-223-8096 (VP)
Deolores Handon, Vice-President 336-218-6511 (VP)
Maxine Richardson, Secretary 336-218-6496 (VP)

November 8 - 10am - 4pm ~ To Be Announced
www.asllinks.com
(Will break for 30 min lunch)
CSDHH 1175 Revolution Mill Drive Greensboro, NC 27405
Presented by: Frank Griffin
.55 PS CEU's *pending CEU approval
Links will be provided if when informed

November 11 - Veterans Day

November 14 - 10am - 12:30pm - Deaf-Blind Self-Advocacy Training - Raleigh
Raleigh Regional Center, Woodoak Building, GL-3
1100 Navaho Dr, DSDHH Conference Room
Raleigh, NC 27609 1- 800-999-5737 V/TTY 919-890-0858 (VP)
or contact the presenter, Ashley Benton VP 919-741-4511
ashley.benton@dhhs.nc.gov
Flyer now available in jpg

November 15 - 1pm - 4:30pm ~ Body Maintenance Through Massage
www.asllinks.com
CSDHH, 1175 Revolution Mill Drive Greensboro, NC 27405
Presented by: Heena
.35 PS CEU's
Links will be provided if when informed

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

November 17 - 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

November 27

November 28(?) - 9am - ENCSD Christmas Tree Sales Begins
Proceeds to support the ENCSD Athletic Program
Please Buy a Tree and Support ENCSD Students!
Details to be posted if and when we are informed

All Deaf Clubs and Associations are welcome to post their event.
 

December
>>>  Save the Dates  <<<
December 4 - 5pm - 7pm ~ Annual Holiday Party - Greensboro
Hosted by the Greensboro Regional Center and Communication
Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CSDHH)
Further information will be posted if and when informed

December 12 ~ Community Appreciation Day
Information will be posted if and when submitted

December 13 - SDAD's Annual Holiday Event
Silver Dollar Association of the Deaf
Courtyard Carolina Beach
100 Charlotte Avenue, Carolina Beach, North Carolina 28428
Information will be posted if and when submitted

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


2015
Jan 10th -- NC Association of the Deaf
(NCAD) Board Meeting

Raleigh, NC
Location TBA if and when informed

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

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

 

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New Listing Added:
ASL Links Interpreting Workshops

ASL Links is a grassroots
organization from
North Carolina, designed to
promote high-quality
interpretation and group support
for Sign Language Interpreters,
Certified Deaf Interpreters, and
the Deaf Community.
Each event posted will be
identified with their website link
www.asllinks.com