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Rocky Mountain Collaborative Conference Achieving New Heights with Assistive Technology


October 24-26, 2002
Radisson Hotel Denver Southeast
Aurora, Colorado


For more information: 

www.uchsc.edu/atp
or call 303-315-1280
303-837-8964 - TTY

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities


Sign interpreted tours of the galleries are available. In addition, the Center works with folks to provide interpretation for any classes. For more information, call 303.431.3939 (TTY: 303.431.3081) or visit the ADA compliant website at www.arvadacenter.org.

 

Exercise is for Every Body


The goal of The National Center on Physical
Activity and Disability (NCPAD) is to encourage and support people with disabilities who wish to participate in some form of regular physical activity. NCPAD offers a variety of resources to help people with disabilities become more active, and offers resources for fitness and exercise professionals, health professionals, and researchers. Find out
more at http://www.ncpad.org/default.htm 

 

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities 


Crazy for You


Music and Lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin


Book by Ken Ludwig


This zany, lovable classic is one of the most popular Gershwin musicals of all time with lots of glitter, girls, big tap numbers and a score filled with memorable Gershwin favorites like “I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” “Someone to Watch Over Me,” But Not For Me,” “Nice Work If You Can Get It” and “They Can’t Take That Away From Me.” A banker who yearns to be in show business is sent West to foreclose on a rundown theater. The boy-meets-girl story begins when he sees the theater owner’s daughter (not knowing who she is) and falls in love.


All shows are in the outdoor amphitheater at 7:30. 
July 9-August 4 
Audio-described performance: Thursday, Aug. 1 
Cost: Friday and Saturday: $36 covered/$15 lawn
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: $30 covered/$15 lawn 

Tai Chi Classes


The Taoist Tai Chi Society offers ongoing classes in the art of Taoist Tai Chi, Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30-7:30 at 1060 Bannock Street in Denver. Taoist Tai Chi is a health improving and gentle exercise for all levels of ability. Cost is reduced or waived for people with disabilities. Wheelchairs and other assistive devices welcome. The class may be joined at any time. Call or visit: 303-623-5163 or www.ttcs-co.org

 

Rural Conference on Mental Health


To promote and enhance rural mental health, the National Association for Rural Mental Health (NARMN) is sponsoring a conference August 26-29 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The conference will provide an exciting and stimulating learning environment for rural practitioners, administrators, consumers and family members from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. For more information visit 
their website at http://www.narmh.org/pages/02cofram.html

 

Web Courses Offered


To help web developers comply with Section 508, the Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center (ITTATC) offers on-line web accessibility courses. Their website has an Education and Training Section that includes information on conferences, workshops, trainings and education events and materials. See what’s available at http://www.ittatc.org/training/ 

 

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