Non-Conference Evening Activities

There are three evening activities listed below. These events are not part of the conference but are available to everyone. Each event has specific details, please review each to know about reservations, location, etc…
Wednesday – March 28
What: Annual Deaf Studies Lecture 2018 “Breaking Down Distantism:
How DeafBlind People Created the World’s Oldest Virtual Community, 1850-1920”

Friday – March 30
What: WSDBC and PTHH Hosts A Conference Farewell and Social

Friday March 30 – Sunday April 1
What: Seattle Deaf Film Festival


Wednesday – March 28
What: Annual Deaf Studies Lecture 2018 “Breaking Down Distantism:
How DeafBlind People Created the World’s Oldest Virtual Community, 1850-1920”
Hosted by ASL Program, Department of Linguistics at University of Washington
Where: Kane Hall 120, University of Washington, Seattle
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.
Buy tickets: Reservation is Required and Free to the Public @
http://www.trumba.com/calendars/sea_asldsmp
If problem trying to register, please email dhhreq@uw.edu and lforshay@uw.edu, to let them know.
DeafBlind Interpreting requests: dhhreq@uw.edu before March 16, 2018
Questions contact: Lance Forshay, lforshay@uw.edu
Text flyer: link
Visual flyer: link

Friday – March 30
What: WSDBC and PTHH Hosts A Conference Farewell and Social
Where: Optimism Brewing, 1158 Broadway, Seattle, 98122
Time: 7 PM until 12 midnight
WSDBC and PTHH invite you to join the Community Farewell and Social
Hosts: Nancy Sommer and Paul Ducharme
(Note: Deaf Spotlight is hosting Seattle Deaf Film Festival March 30-April 1. On Friday, when the film is finished and directors panel is over, festival people will come and join us around 9:30p)
WSDBC will provide snacks for free and Brewery will have beer and cider which you can buy yourself. Deaf Spotlight will provide light dessert after 9:30p.
Please share this news with your friends who may not get this flyer.
If you have any questions, contact Nancy Sommer at nancyksommer@gmail.com
Hope to PTing with you all!!
Nancy and Paul
Text flyer – link

Friday March 30 – Sunday April 1
What: Seattle Deaf Film Festival
Where: Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Time: Friday 7PM until Sunday evening
We believe in cultivating a vibrant community of emerging and experienced Deaf filmmakers, actors, and producers.
Please send in your request with specific needs to ticketingds@gmail.com with specific needs BY MARCH 15, 2018. We will try our best to accommodate.
Read more about our festival and schedule: www.deafspotlight.com
Buy tickets: https://tinyurl.com/sdff2018
Text flyer: link
Visual flyer: link