Hello Deaf Community and Interpreters! ASL: https://youtu.be/t5acBtyYHmo I am excited to announce that Lisa Gonzalez, a Chicago Deaf Artist, will be coming to Montpelier on Saturday November 23, 2019 for a Community Paint Party! She will be teaching us — Vermont Deaf Community and interpreters — how to paint a lovely ASL painting that includes iconic Vermont images! This is a fun event for both Deaf Community and interpreters to enjoy together. Cost: Deaf Community –> $30 Interpreters –> $50 Interpreters can earn 0.4 CEUs in General Studies at the “little” content level. The event flyer (in PDF) is attached to this message. The language for this event is ASL with no English interpretation. The Community Paint Party event is from 1p to 5p. It is at the Center for Arts and Learning in Montpelier, Vermont. Profits from this event will be go to VtAD and VtRID. The link for registration is here –> https://forms.gle/xaxHMNCpEtVag9G5A Payment for registration fee will go to VtRID, the fiscal agent for this event. You have three payment choices: Paypal, Venmo, or money order. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your chosen payment method for processing instructions. Thank you for registering! If you have any questions or concerns, please send me an email or text message. Thanks! David David Krueger, Community Paint Party host
Hello VtRID members! ASL version: https://youtu.be/R4NhkQpUtuo VtRID general meeting is on Saturday September 21 at 1p/130p. It is at the sandbar state park in Milton. I will also have a food truck party taking place at the same time from 11a to 3p. So you can bring your family and indulge in the free food. Beverages are BYOB.
Hello everyone! ASL message: https://youtu.be/Xq-rksSXysU English message:I am excited to announce that Jonathan Webb, PhD, who is also the current President of the RID Board of Directors, is coming to our neck of the woods to present a two-day workshop in September! Dr. Webb will be presenting “Unpacking Identity and Power in a System of Supremacy” on September 14 – 15, 2019. The two-day workshop is based in social justice area and provided for experienced deaf, coda, and hearing interpreters. The deaf community is also welcome to participate. Interpreter participants will earn 1.2 CEUs in Professional Studies at the “Little” content level. The workshop flyer (in PDF format) is attached to this message. The language of the workshop is ASL. There will be no English interpretation. This workshop, at an introductory level, will explore nomenclature, prevailing ideologies and systems, conscious and unconscious biases, and the intersection of social justice and ASL / English interpretation. While introductory, participants will have the opportunity to engage in critical thought around how we participate in systems of oppression and the process by which we can make another choice. Participants are encouraged to enter with a courageously open mind and a willingness to engage in wise compassionate self-care. Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is located in Lebanon, NH which is very close to the border between New Hampshire and Vermont. The renowned medical center has several conference rooms, one of which will be used for the workshop, along with easy access to clean restroom facilities, a variety of dining and beverage options, ample parking spaces, and is a short distance from major interstate highways. Profits from this workshop will be shared among New Hampshire and Vermont Deaf organizations and RID affiliate chapters. That’s right… after all expenses, all remaining funds will go towards local New Hampshire and Vermont deaf and RID organizations! For registration, here is the link to the registration form (google docs) —> https://forms.gle/zAAGFPPJNSBJvrvK9 Registration funds are sent to VtRID, the fiscal agent for this workshop. The link to Paypal for registration fees (select one that applies to you) is below: if you are an interpreter and NHRID or VtRID member –> paypal.me/vtrid/120 if you are an interpreter and NOT a NHRID or VtRID member —> paypal.me/vtrid/140 if you are deaf and NOT a deaf interpreter —> paypal.me/vtrid/60 Thank you for registering for Jonathan Webb’s workshop! Last, but not least… if there is anything that was not covered above, please send email or text message to the workshop host (contact information below) with your comments, questions, or anything else. Thank you, David David Krueger, CDI, CLIP-RSeptember 14-15 Jonathan Webb workshop hosttext: 802-310-9083email: email@example.com
Keri Darling & Rebecca Lalanne from Deaf Vermonters’ Advocacy Services (DVAS) will be teaching the STOP method of Self-Defense. Sunday, September 8th1-5pmPotluck lunch beforehand @ 12pmWinston Prouty Center (former Austine campus)Open to women (Deaf & interpreters) ages 11+upClass is FREE!CEUs for non-VTRID participants: $10 Hope to see you there!