Community Event Awareness: Short Play Festival hosted by Deaf Spotlight and ACT Theatre
Feb
14
to Feb 17

Community Event Awareness: Short Play Festival hosted by Deaf Spotlight and ACT Theatre

Deaf Spotlight & ACTLab present
Short Play Festival

Dates: Feb 15-17, 2019 (preview Feb 14)
Run time: approximately 90 minutes, with one ten-minute intermission
Location: Lalie Theatre

Short Play Festival features six short plays by Deaf writers, performed in ASL with English captions. Don't miss all new plays about American history, sci-fi, signing dogs, Deaf Pride, and more, come to life on stage!

Scripts/Authors:
Civil Engagement by Joe Caverly​
Humanly Possible by Aimee Chou​
Turkey Dogs by Changer Gonzalez​
Vandalism by Amelia Hensley​
WAG-TALE by Monique Holt​
Cerebral by Jevon Whetter​

Directors:
Jules Dameron
Monique Holt
Ryan Schlecht

Special thanks to festival sponsors:
Seattle People's Fund, Suquamish Foundation, Washington State Department of Social & Health Services: Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing,
KUOW Public Radio, Hearing Speech & Deaf Center, Office of Arts & Culture Seattle, Lucky Seven Foundation, and Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services (ADWAS)

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Community Awareness: Upcoming Monthly Deaf Coffee Social at Whidbey Coffee in Burlington/Mt.Vernon, WA.
Feb
1
5:00 PM17:00

Community Awareness: Upcoming Monthly Deaf Coffee Social at Whidbey Coffee in Burlington/Mt.Vernon, WA.

Monthly Deaf Coffee Social @ Whidey Coffee

Want to have meaningful conversations over coffee or tea in American Sign Language (ASL)?

Join us to meet and greet signing centric people there!

The Deaf Coffee Social meets every first Friday of the month.

Next meetup will be on March 1st.

Hosted by Black Deaf community member. Safe Space for Deaf BIPOC* available.

*denotation is an equitable acknowledgement of the intersectional spectrum of reality experience(s) of Deaf community of color members including who identify as Deaf, deaf, Hard of hearing, DeafBlind, DeafDisabled, etc.

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Community Event Awareness: The Salmon Nation Story (a play)
Jan
31
6:00 PM18:00

Community Event Awareness: The Salmon Nation Story (a play)

Children of the Setting Sun Productions presents:
The Salmon Nation Story

Thursday, January 31, 6–8 pm
YWCA Ballroom, 1026 N Forest Street
A Board-hosted Co-op event
Free—Registration Required

Join Children of the Setting Sun Productions for a special event to hear their story about the 2018 salmon season and the beautiful Salish Sea.

Board-hosted events are a wonderful way to participate in a community conversation and meet the Co-op Board directors.

Hearty appetizers and beverages catered by the Co-op deli.

Please note that this event fills quickly.

For ASL interpretation, contact Jean at jeanr@communityfood.coop or 360-734-8158 ext. 311.

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