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May 5, 2012NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing welcomes you to Adventuring in American Sign Language: Trix's Travels from 7 pm to 10 pm at Old City Hall, 1313 Market Street, Redding, CA. 96001.  $10 in advance, $15 at the door. Please purchase tickets at NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing. True tales of Trix's journeys as a Deaf person traveling among hearing people.  Trix has experienced incredible ups and downs, adventures, crazyeling crazy--making moments, and eventual happy landings. Trix draws you in as she encounters misunderstanding, missed flights, embarrassing time, exciting challenges, and a growing sense of travel flights, travel--savvy. Take a ride with Trix, and see for yourself!  Voice interpretation will be provided. Live One Deaf Woman Show.  All are welcome!!!  Booking/Contact Info:  For other details, contact

August 5-11, 2012.  California Lions Wilderness Camp for Deaf Children, Inc.  Looking for something for your child to do this summer? Look no further! California Lions Wilderness Camp for Deaf Children, Inc. is ďa camp experience sponsored by the Lions Clubs of California where a Deaf child age 7 to 15 can learn outdoor skills and enjoy the wonder and beauty of nature to the fullest extent.Ē  Who can go?  Any Deaf or Hard of Hearing child aged 7 to 15 years old that resides in California can attend.  Where is it?  We hold two camp sessions: one week in South California and one week in North California. South Camp is held in Wrightwood, California and North Camp is held in Nevada City, California. It is suggested to select the camp that is closest.  Want to see the camps? Check out the sites by clicking on these links: South Camp/Teresita Pines: and North Camp/Ross Relles: When is it? South Camp/Teresita Pines: July 15th-21th 2012, North Camp/Ross Relles: August 5th-11th 2012.  Is it free?  YES!! However we do require a non-refundable $30.00 deposit fee to hold a place for your child. What activities are provided?  We provide a TON of camp activities; many are traditional activities that you would find in camps. We have archery, canoeing, fishing, swimming in the lake, a pool, a rec. field for sports and games, camp fires and símores during camp-out, Skit Nite, artínícrafts, drama, low rope course (only at Teresita Pines), hiking, nature study, and more! What about the Staff? We do extensive screening on all of our hired Staff to ensure the safety of the children. We hire Staff that are teachers, qualified college students, and Deaf adults. All of our Staff are fluent in American Sign Language because we want to stay true to upholding the social inclusion within the camp. How do I apply? You can apply online by going to the Lions Wilderness Camp website, Hurry though! Spaces fill up quick before the deadlines. An application for South Campís deadline is July 1st, 2012 and applications for North Campís deadline are July 22nd 2012. For more information, you can view the website.  If I have questions or concerns, who can I ask? You can either contact the camp by clicking on Contact Us on the website or email the Camp Program Director, Rachel Mix. Her email address is



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