Apr
9
3:00 pm15:00

ASL Idol

  • UNCG EUC Auditorium

ASL Idol is a annual talent competition for advanced ASL students at UNCG to put on a show! Both novice ASL users and pros can come together for this one event to celebrate the Deaf community and the language!

Ticket sale proceeds will be donated to Camp Dogwood, a weekend long camp for Deaf/Blind individuals located near Lake Norman, NC. Enjoy a show for a cause!

Silent Dinner - Summerfield
Apr
11
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Summerfield

  • Mama Ginna's

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Silent Dinner - Greensboro
May
9
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Greensboro

  • Potbelly Sandwich Shop

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Silent Dinner - High Point
May
16
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - High Point

  • University Kitchen

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Sep
20
Sep 21

CSDHH Game Night

  • Boxcar Bar + Arcade

Get your Tokens Ready! Join CSDHH at Boxcar Bar + Arcade in downtown Greensboro to raise money for TAG Mentoring Program! Enjoy a night out on the town with your favorite classic and modern games, a full bar, outdoor seating, dog-friendly environment and, of course, time with the ASL and Deaf community!

15% of sales will be donated to support TAG Mentoring Program at CSDHH so game for a great cause! 

No Cover Charge to Enter!

Free popcorn served daily and local food trucks will be lined up outside!

This event welcomes children of any age with their parent/guardian anytime before 9pm, otherwise, strictly 21 years of age and older. 


Mar
22
6:00 pm18:00

Zumba for A Cause

  • College Park Church

Come Get Your Funk On!

In conjunction with The Human Race 5k, CSDHH and Tim Covington are hosting a Zumba Fundraising Event! All the ticket sale proceeds will be donated to CSDHH's Teamwork. Alliance. Guidance, TAG Mentoring Program. For more information about TAG click here!

Tickets are on sale now and only $10.00!

Parking is located at the church and is FREE!

Dress up as your favorite superhero and win big at our Hero Costume Contest! We will announce winners for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners!

GTCC Job Fair
Mar
15
10:00 am10:00

GTCC Job Fair

  • Medlin Center - GTCC Jamestown Campus

NEED A JOB?

 

GTCC will have a job fair at their Jamestown campus!

It'll be in the Medlin Center (enter from the back, Interpreters will be set up on the left near registration

 

This is your chance to meet local recruiters!

ALL  students, alumni, & the public are invited.

 

 

REQUIRED:

-Dress professionally and bring plenty of

resumes (Sample of proper dress attire attached)

-Research companies attending and be ready

to sell yourself based on their needs.

Silent Dinner - Kernersville
Mar
14
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Kernersville

  • Olympic Family Restaurant

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Silent Dinner - Greensboro
Mar
7
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Greensboro

  • Steak 'n Shake

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Mar
4
9:00 am09:00

Deaf Community Legislature Training

  • Raleigh Regional Center

Do you have interest in policy making or having your voice heard? Join the North Carolina Association of the Deaf, NCAD, as they tackle how you can help advocate for yourself or others in the legislative process. 

All Community Members are Welcome

Mar
1
1:00 pm13:00

RHA Listening Session

  • Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Davidson County

Mark you calendars for this FREE Mental Health Listening Session at the Lexington Deaf Center. Steven Hunter and other RHA representatives will be on site to listen to your ideas, feedback and suggestions about how to improve RHA mental health services. Make your voice count! 

Interpreters will be provided for this Free Event!

Feb
28
5:30 pm17:30

Friends & Families

  • Air Bound

Join Us for Friends & Families this month at AIRBOUND! For those who are new to Friends & Families, it is a monthly program created for parents who have Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf/Blind children. This is a great way to get connected to parents and friends who have shared experiences!

Feb
15
5:30 am05:30

Dine for a Cause, Silent Dinner

  • McAlister's Deli
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Proceeds will be used to sponsor students from the Guilford County Deaf Education Program to attend the SouthEast Athletic Association of the Deaf, SEAAD, Regional Basketball Tournament on March 9th, 2017. Make your Dinner EXTRAordinary with this opportunity.!

All Sign Language users are welcomed!

Silent Dinner - Greensboro
Feb
7
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Greensboro

  • Four Seasons Mall - Food Court

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Feb
3
6:30 pm18:30

A Royal Bingo

  • Guilford Green Foundation

Join the Royal Court of Girlz and Boyz of Green Queen Bingo as they make their debut for the new year in style! Join the longest running Drag Bingo in the Southeast to benefit the Guilford Green Foundation!

 

Tickets: (Cash or Card)

$12 with Student/Government ID (in advance and at the door)

$15 in Advance

$20 At the Door

 

Schedule of Events:

6pm Cocktalis with the Queens

6:30 pm Bingo Hall Doors Open

7pm Game Show Begins

Jan
28
9:00 am09:00

A Journey Though Time and Space: Incorporating Use of Space for Interpreters in educational Settings Part I & II

  • UNCG School of Education Rooom 118

Presenters: Sam Parker, Sarah Wheeler and Glenda Torres

To be Presented in ASL & English

Participants will experience three different breakout sessions that focus on how use of space is utilized when interpreting/transliterating from English to ASL

 

 

 

Friends and Families
Jan
24
5:30 pm17:30

Friends and Families

  • CSDHH

Tonight will be Movie Night! Come and join us in watching 'The Secret Life of Pets'!

Friends and Families is a group for Deaf or hearing parents with Deaf or hearing children gather for fellowship, activities and guest speakers. We look forward to seeing you!

Silent Dinner - Thomasville
Jan
10
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Thomasville

  • Denny's

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Dec
31
Jan 1

7th Annual New Year's Eve Party

Need New Year's Eve Plans? Join Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing of Davidson County, SDHHDC at the Davidson County Fairgrounds for dinner, music, bingo games, door prizes, and a comedy show featuring the Anderson Twins!

Visit www.sdhhdc.org to buy your tickets!

Dec
1
5:00 pm17:00

DSDHH & CSDHH Holiday Party

  • Life Community Church

Join Us for our 13th Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 1st! The Holiday Party will be held at the Life Community Church located in Jamestown, NC. If you have any questions or you need transportation, email info@csdhh.org for assistance. 

Please Bring One Canned Donation! All food collected will be donated to the Lexington Deaf Center, Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Davidson County (SDHHDC). 

Nov
14
Nov 20

The Miracle Worker

  • Studio 1

The Miracle Worker is a cycle of 20th century dramatic works derived from Helen Keller's autobiography The Story of My Life. Each of the various dramas describes the relationship between Helen, a Deafblind and Anne Sullivan, the teacher who introduced her to education, activism and international stardom. 

This Production will be ASL Shadowed!

Click Here to Buy Your Tickets Now!


Show Dates and Times:
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Friday, November 18, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 2:00 PM
Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 7:30 PM
Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 2:00 PM

El Deafo
Nov
10
6:00 pm18:00

El Deafo

  • Scuppernong Books

 

Calling all superheroes and young readers!

 You are cordially invited to a special Friends and Families Event at Scuppernong Books on Thursday, November 10th. Join us for your chance to meet author/illustrator Cece Bell and read her newest book El Deafo. You know...going to school and making new friends can be tough. But going to school while wearing a bulky hearing aid strapped to your chest? Now that requires superpowers! Gather around as Cece Bell reads El Deafo, shares about her experiences growing up with hearing loss and brings out your inner superhero! 

Attendance:
Due to limited seating, reservations are required in advance! To save your seat, click here to sign up at our El Deafo Eventbrite page. Please be sure to RSVP EACH child and adult who plans to attend. 

Parking: 
Greene Street Deck, 211 S. Greene St. Greensboro, NC 27401
The Greene Street parking deck is located at the corner of S. Greene and W. Washington streets. There is one entrance on Greene Street, one entrance on Washington Street, and two exits on Greene Street. Parking is free after 6 pm.

Schedule at a Glance:
6:00 pm Refreshments & Snacks- Cold/hot sandwiches, salads and beverages will be available at the Scuppernong Books Cafe located inside the store. Click here to view their menu items. Refreshments will be free ONLY to children and young adults (ages 15 and under) who have RSVP'd. 

7:00 Event Start Time

Communication:
CSDHH will provide interpreters and Deaf interpreters for this event!

Nov
8
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Elon

  • The Root

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Nov
4
9:30 pm21:30

Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT): First and Second Language Acquisition and Assessment Presentation

  • Alexander Room, Elliot University Center- UNCG

The University of North Carolina Greensboro Programs in Deafness and School of Education welcome Dr. Beppie Van Den Bogaerde and her professional  expertise in second language acquisition. Dr. Van Den Bogaerde will present at the Elliot University Center in the Alexander Room on Friday, November 4th beginning at 10:00 am. Expand your mind at this professional discussion!

To be Presented in ASL and English

CART services will be available to attendees on site only

.15 CEUs Offered

Silent Dinner - Greensboro
Nov
1
6:00 pm18:00

Silent Dinner - Greensboro

  • El Camino Real

Come join us for fun and make new friends!

Silent Dinner happens twice a month at different restaurants around the greater Triad area. This is a great time to come and socialize with the Deaf community! Whether you are D/HH/DB/LD yourself, or are an ASL student looking to practice, or anyone in between, Silent Dinner is a time to get together and have fun, and all are welcome.

If you’re interested in learning more, you can email the Outreach Coordinator, or come join us for Silent Dinner!

Oct
28
Oct 29

Empowerment Through Touch Workshop

  • Hoffmyer Hall- NCSD

Check out the full flyer to learn more!

Participants will have an opportunity to learn about the touch communication system that is beneficial to people who are Deaf-Blind and practice how to draw perfect pictures discretely with touch. Participants will learn the latest updates on the use of touch communication systems happening. Participants will realize how powerful touch can be when working with consumers who have vision and hearing loss. The touch communication system includes, but is not limited to, the use of Tactile Sign Language, Touch Cues, and Touch Signals.  The workshop will also include Cultural perspectives and other systems which have been researched and successfully used in other countries. Participation is encouraged in this workshop through hands-on practice.

Friends and Families
Oct
25
5:30 pm17:30

Friends and Families

Meeting for Friends and Families will be postponed until November. See information below about "El Deafo" at Scupperonong Books in downtown Greensboro on November 10th.

 

Friends and Families is a group for Deaf or hearing parents with Deaf or hearing children gather for fellowship, activities and guest speakers. We look forward to seeing you!