Category: Community News

Early Bird Registration Ending Soon for IAD Summer Conference

The Idaho Association of the Deaf is showing Northern Idaho the love this summer by having their Biennial Conference up in Post Falls Idaho. Not Idaho Falls, not American Falls, not Twin Falls, but Post Falls. Post Falls is about 10 miles west of Coeur d’Alene Idaho and about 25 miles east of Spokane Washington. […]

#deafstory

Everyone’s life story matters and on Saturday September 26, 2015, from 9am-4pm NIS will be RECORDING DEAF STORIES at UNITY DAY in San Diego. (Lincoln High School) Now is the time to reserve a spot for yourself or a Deaf friend or family member whose story you wish to archive! Those who participate will be […]

Idaho ASL Interpreter Licensing Town Hall Meetings

—Passing Along– Information from Idaho RID’s Facebook page: Interested in learning more about the Idaho sign language interpreting licensure bill? Join us for a town hall forum: Thursday, May 8th at 7pm Idaho State University – Meridian, Room 689 1311 E. Central Ave., Meridian, Idaho We will discuss the highlights and rationale of the bill, […]

RID Special Election Results

The RID has announced the results of the recently held special election for the positions of Secretary and Deaf Member-at-Large on the RID Board of Directors. Here are the results: For Secretary: *Daryl Crouse 1243 (49.3%) Jonathan Webb 785 (31.1%) Caroline Bass 493 (19.6%) For Deaf Member-at-Large: *Priscilla Moyers 1436 (57.0%) Branton Stewart 1085 (43.0%) […]

Workshop Jan 23-25, Los Angeles

Below is a link to a flyer for an upcoming workshop in the Southern California Region: SCRID presents “Legal Interpreting While Understanding Perceptions & Perspectives” presented by Kayelle Morgan & Tiffany Green on January 23-25, 2014 http://scrid.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Legal-Workshop-Flyer.pdf

WithOutWalls 2013 Festival

For our friends in the San Diego, CA region: The La Jolla Playhouse and DonorNation present WOW – WithOutWalls 2013 Festival There are a number of related events taking place this Thursday – Sunday many of which are free! For more information, visit http://www.lajollaplayhouse.org/wowfestival/mass-creativity-day