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Assistive Technology Partners (ATP)


Hosts monthly open house 1245 E. Colfax Ave., Suite 200 Denver
5:00 PM Wednesday, March 20th


Environmental Controls for Daily Living - A Practical Introduction
5:00 PM Wednesday, April 17th 


How Does Your Garden Grow? Adapted Gardening Tools
For details call 303-315-1280

ATP Trainings


Intellikeys for Beginners - April 5
Intellikeys Advanced for the Classroom - April 5
Computer Adaptations & Employment - April 12
PVC & Beyond - May 1
Simple Homemade Adaptations for Vision - May 2
Computer Injuries/Adaptations -  May 8
Assistive Technology for  Beginners - June 6
AT & Early Childhood - June 14
Adapted Cooking - June 21
Call 303-315-1283 to register

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities 


Sundiata, The Lion King of Mali
by David Schechter, Scott Davenport Richards and Kirsten Childs with colorful costumes, masks and traditional African rhythms, this children’s theater production brings one of Africa’s legendary folk tales vividly to life. The tale tells the powerful story of how a little boy overcame many obstacles to become a great warrior. February 15-May11


Audio-Described Performance:  Tuesday, April 23 10:00 a.m. and noon
Shadow Interpreted Performances:  Thursday, April 25 10:00 a.m. and noon Friday, April 26 10:00 a.m. and noon. Cost: $5 (no additional charge for audio description or shadowing)

Queer Disability conference 2002 


The first annual Queer Disability Conference will be held in San Francisco, CA, on June 2-3, 2002. The conference is being jointly hosted by San Francisco State University and the Disabled Women’s Alliance, and will feature a wide range of participation and presentations by members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgenered, and disabled communities. Allies are also extremely welcome. Some confirmed presenters include Eli lare, John Killacky, Mairian Corker, and Corbett O’Toole. A call for presenters will be  circulated soon.

For more information or to help organize, e-mail: 
QDconference2002@hotmail.com or visit our web site: 
www.disabledwomen.net/queer

 

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

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities


The Rise and Fall of Little Voice
by Jim Cartwright


A heart-wrenching story of a shy young woman named Little Voice who finds sanctuary from the crazy world through her only companions - a photo of her dear, dead father and his collection of old records. Overshadowed by her comically overbearing mother, Little Voice is able to express herself only when listening and singing along to the the records. April 9-May 5


Audio-Described Performance:  Saturday, Jan. 5, 2002, 2:00p.m. Cost: $26 (no additional charge for audio-described) 

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities


Sign interpreted tours of the galleries are available. Call 303-497-3939 or TDD: 303-431-3081information.

 

Job Fair 2002  for People with Disabilities


Wednesday, April 17th, 8 am to Noon Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Denver 1750 Welton St. Over 50 employers are expected to attend.


Contact Joe Lewis at joe.lewis@state.co.us for information.

 

 

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