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[Colorado Deaf Social Network Events], Vol 3; Issue #003 -- Latest Deaf Events in Colorado
March 30, 2013

Colorado Deaf Social Network - Vol 4, Iss. #3

aka "F'ree Colorado Deaf News Website" March 30, 2013


Hello there,! Happy March, 2013!

Here is the Deaf Events for the next few weeks and month of coming April:

Missed out on the past few issues of our CDSN Newsletter? Please see the links below for the most recent updates of events of Deaf in all of Colorado! 1. Events 2. Jobs 3. Fitness Deaf and Signers 4. Deaf Businesses 5. Deaf Friend and Looking for Deaf Date 6. Deaf News 7. Deaf Church 8. Weekly Deaf Chats


Silent Italian Feast to Benefit Walk for ASL - Longmont CO by Cameron Damon (Longmont CO 80501) We have moved the date (Silent Italian Feast to Benefit Walk for ASL) to Friday April 12th because of the historic ASL Parade in Washington DC the following week.

So new and final date is Friday April 12th, 2013.

Cost is $50 per ticket and tickets must be paid for by Friday April 5th.

Please send payment to:

Cameron Damon 1612 Flemming Drive Longmont CO 80501 Text 303 243 2240 or email:

5 course Italian Feast for Meat Eaters, Vegetarian and Vegan preferences.

We will also have some Gluten Free selections.

Appys ~ Soup ~ Salad ~ Entree ~ Dessert

Including but not limited to:

Stuffed mushrooms, stuffed shells, home made breads, Lasagna both meat and veggie, eggplant parmesan, all kinds of pasta and sauces from scratch including mariana, pesto, alfredo, grilled shrimp, chicken and spicy italian sausage.

Several fresh and beautiful salads.

Chocolate Fountain and dessert bar.

Come have a beautiful meal and support us as we Walk for ASL!

All profit goes to Walk for ASL!


Free Heart Health Workshop for Deaf Women at Dahlia Street, Denver, CO April 20th from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deaf women of all ages are invited to a free workshop on the healthy heart of women and women's heart disease.

How to live longer and healthier. Location: 1100 Dahlia Street, Denver, CO. Dahlia Street Church of Christ


ASL Boot Camp For Interpreters in Snowmass, CO at Aspen Camp by DJ Monahan (Snowmass, CO) We’re really excited to host our first biannual ASL Boot Camp for interpreters and students. During these three days, you get CEU-accredited workshops, lodging, meals, hot springs, team building activities, networking opportunities, and more.

April 19-21, 2013 Aspen Camp Snowmass, Colorado $350 per person

Presenters are Dr. Byron Bridges and Christopher Tester, CDI.

Workshops includes: - Strong Language and Sexual Signs - Complex Classifications - Native ASL Fingerspelling - Creating Space in ASL - He Said, She Said That, Who Said What? (Constructed Action) - International Sign (IS) in ASL - Analyzing English for Meaning

Aspen Camp is an approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities. This learning opportunity is offered for 1.1 CEUs in the professional studies area at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced knowledge levels.

Come and enjoy the fresh air while polishing up your skills with others like you!

View details and register now at!

Download the flyer here:


Thanks to RID and our presenters for helping make this possible.

You can also pre-register for the fall session (October 10-12, 2013) and get 10% off! ___________________________________________

CODA Game Night in Lakewood Colorado by Marissa Rivera (Lakewood, Colorado, USA)

On April 5th from 7pm -midnight, all Codas are welcome to play games, laugh and chat.

Please conact Marissa Rivera by email:, or text 720-320-8087.

It's going to be a blast!


Special Easter Service - He Has Risen at the Salvation Army Church Centennial, CO by Centennial Salvation Army Church (Centennial, CO) 3/31: Centennial Salvation Army Church will be holding an early sunrise service, breakfast, Easter egg hunt, and regular worship service on March 31, 2013.

The Signs Of Love signing choir will also be performing at the 10:00 worship service. Please come and enjoy Easter with our church. The schedule is as follows:

7:30 Sunrise Service 8:30 Breakfast 9:30 Easter Egg Hunt 10:00 Regular Worship Service (Sign Of Love performance)

The Centennial Salvation Army Church is located at:

3900 E. Arapahoe Road Centennial, CO

Phone Number is: 303-779-9662

Please come and join us for a wonderful celebration of the risen Christ.


Seeking Full-Time Advocacy Coordinator At Aspen Camp for the Deaf by Katie Murch (Snowmass, CO) The Advocacy Coordinator position at Aspen Camp for the Deaf is now open for applications.

The basic job function is to "to work in conjunction with the Camp’s Executive Director and other team members to provide access to local community services, businesses, functions and events and provide hearing screenings to the community. Advocate for people who are deaf or hard of hearing and provide direct services..."

Some key duties include:

- Develop and cultivate community relationships th rough presentations, workshops, hearing screenings, providing resources and advocating for accessibility

- Conduct hearing screenings at local health fairs, scheduled events, and special screenings

- Conduct outreach to the local community through event planning, presentations, booths, etc.

- Attend local non-profit functions, meetings, and other events as a representative of the camp

- Research advocacy and other issues and make recommendations, & maintain and manage information

- Develop sign language classes and curriculum: sign and dine classes, baby sign class, and community training and awareness classes (including law enforcement, safety managers, hospitals, court systems, outdoor educators, other non-profit like Challenge Aspen)

- Assist parents with deaf or hard of hearing children with education, signing language and parenting skills as requested

- Coordinate the Camp’s volunteer program

- Generates reports monthly, at the end of programs, quarterly, and yearly (number of clients serviced, segmented by location, type of service, age hearing status, and income, number of referrals, etc., number of events attended and presentations given, hours of interpreting services, significant contacts, special project status, significant accomplishment and challenges, and recommendations)

- Assists in grant writing

- and more...

Download the job description at

The deadline to apply is April 9, 2013.

Apply now at

Email director @ if you have any questions.


Seeking Counselors For 2013 Summer Crew at Aspen Deaf Camp Colorado by DJ Monahan (Snowmass, CO) We are seeking counselors to join our 2013 Summer Crew. We need:

2 Girl Counselors

Working: June 4 to August 15

Benefits: $225 per week, lodging, meals, activities, and more listed in job description

Help us with many summer programs by carrying out activities, watching kids, and having FUN with us!

Job Description:

Apply Now:

1 Creative Arts Counselor

Working: June 4 to August 15

Benefits: $225 per week, lodging, meals, activities, and more listed in job description

Help us with many summer programs by carrying out activities, watching kids, and having FUN with us!

Job Description:

Apply Now:

2 Girl KODA Counselors

Working: June 4 – 24, 2013

Benefits: $225 per week, lodging, meals, activities, and more listed in job description

Help us with KODA Family Connections Camp and KODA Adventure Camp by carrying out activities, watching kids, and having FUN with us!

Job Description:

Apply Now:

2 Boy KODA Counselors

Working: June 4 – 24, 2013

Benefits: $225 per week, lodging, meals, activities, and more listed in job description

Help us with KODA Family Connections Camp and KODA Adventure Camp by carrying out activities, watching kids, and having FUN with us!

Job Description:

Apply Now:

Please apply by March 25, 2013. We will offer positions on a first-come first-serve basis to those who are qualified and a fit.

Email or call (970) 315-0513 if you have any questions.


Seeking Deaf 17-19 Year Old Junior Counselors For Summer by DJ Monahan (Snowmass, CO)

Are you Deaf or hard of hearing between the ages of 17 to 19? If so, why not apply at Aspen Camp as a Junior Counselor this summer?

As a Junior Counselor, you'll experience the best of both worlds as a camper and as a counselor. You'll get training and skills needed to help you in your future job.

At the same time, you'll enjoy the fun activities like rafting, arts & crafts, drama, hiking, swimming at the hot springs, bonfires, and more!

For pay, we base it on your experience at Aspen Camp:

- First Year: You pay discounted camp fee of $250 a week (instead of $650) - Second Year: It's free! - Third Year: We pay you $125 per week

We are looking for 12 Junior Counselors this summer; three boys and three girls each half. You must be Deaf or hard of hearing.

- First Half: June 18-July 8, 2013 - Second Half: July 9-August 5, 2013

For details and to apply, visit:

The deadline to apply is April 1, 2013.

Apply today!


Care Givers with SIGN LANGUAGE is needed in Denver by Sofiya (Aurora CO ) A-1 Home Care Agency is looking for Caregivers with sign language skills to assist with activities of daily living(ADL) for someone who has hearing and speaking difficulties.

ADL : Personal care -bathing, dressing, Medication reminding, Meal Preparation, Feeding, Light housekeeping , Respite Care – mind activities, socialization, Companionship- grocery shopping, banking.

location, Denver Metro Aria

For more details please call : 720-862-7946, or fax: 303-200-8543, attention- Sofiya


Yoga in ASL Olde Town Arvada by Sarah (Arvada, CO) Shanti Home Yoga Studio hosts Yoga in ASL every Wednesday from 5:30-6:30pm with Sarah as our guide.

All levels of yoga and sign are welcome! Each class is focused on what the participants are wishing to accomplish for the day, whether that be relaxation, strengthing, or learning more about the basics and philosophy of yoga.

Please come join us!!

Shanti Home is a community based studio, classes are donation based with a suggestion of $8-$16 per class.

7504 Grandview Ave. Arvada


Cycle Burn ASL Friendly Arvada Colorado by Amanda (Arvada, CO, USA)

Cycle Burn in Arvada Welcomes Deaf!

This is an ASL Friendly cardio class with low impact on a stationary bike.

Want to shed a few pounds? Burn a few calories? Get a great cardio workout!

Come try Cycle Burn! Low impact and great energy. The more you do it, the more energy you will have.

Great fun meeting others and getting in shape in a motivational environment!

There's lots of sweat, but no tears, in this no-stress class.


All skill levels.

Welcome to bring a friend, or better yet, bring some Deaf friends. I am skilled in ASL, so come check it out!

Space is limited to 15 stationary bikes, so arrive early. :-)

ASL provided by Cycle Burn Instructor

Every Saturday 8:15am - 9:30am

Apex Recreation Center 13150 W. 72nd Ave, Arvada CO 80005

Appropriate exercise clothes and shoes. Please, no street wear.

Please bring water bottle!

Cost is $6 for residents of Arvada and $7.50 for non-residents.


For more info please contact:

Amanda Matthews Cycle Burn Instructor Text to 303-968-9515

Note from Deaf Social Network editor: we could not tell if this is the correct contact text number, as the ad was very hard to read. The address seems clear though. Have fun!

Flyer at:


Do you have a Deaf-Owned Business?

• Photographer?

• Web Designer?

• Computer Services?

• Pet Care?

• Baby Sitting/Nanny?

• Tupperware?

• Cleaning Services?

• Landscaping?

• Other?

List your Colorado Deaf-owned business here!


Littleton, Colorado - Mystique Salon - Signing Hairstylist by Jane Geary (Littleton, CO)

I'm Jane Geary. I'm hard of hearing. I'm hairstylist for over 22 years. I recently moved to Littleton from East Bay Area, CA.

I work at Mystique Salon 9789-A W. Coal Mine Ave.,Littleton, CO 80123. Phone 303-325-3795. $10 off for Haircut and $20 off for color services. I can sign but slow. Please call for an appointment. Thanks

I do have cosmetology license. I can sign. If you have problem with communication about the hair. I would be happy to serve you. I'm here to help you what you like.


$10 off haircut for new client $20 off color services for new client

Mystique Salon 9789-A W.Coal Mine Ave. Littleton, CO 80123 303-325-3795

Photo at:


My Blossom Bottom - Deaf Owned Business in Greeley, Colorado by Audrey Schaellibaum-Kuhn (Greeley, CO) Bright Star Baby diaper Cloth Diapers For Healthy Babies and Toddlers!

We retail (sell) washable/reusable cloth diapers for newborn through toddler ages.

We also educate the parents/caregivers about why cloth diapering is better for their children.

Many people did not know that single-use disposables which contain harmful chemicals that has long term health effects.

Please contact us for more information - we offer free in-home consult.

VP 970.373.5271 866.269.0464

Text 970.313.3401

Picture at:


Camrose Artes Infinitae Deaf Artist in Denver and Longmont, Colorado by Julia Cameron Damon (Longmont CO) I am a deaf Artist and Photographer who specializes in Body Paint Photo Shoot Portraiture.

Please see my website: for a slide show of some of my works.

Text me at 303 243 2240 or email me at

Anything You Can Imagine! I can Paint! Awesome photos pictures at:


Deaf Vibe from Denver, CO to Colorado Springs, Colorado by Matt Miller (Colorado Springs and Denver, CO, USA) We work with Deaf clients to help them succeed through two year career colleges and on to a rewarding career.

From help making an admissions appointment and securing financial aid on through graduation and eventual job placement, DeafVibe is here to help!

Contact Matt Miller, the Midwest Regional Director, at Pictures at:


Black Mountain Family Dentistry - Denver, Colorado Deaf-Owned Business by Danielle Schwartzenberger (Denver, CO)

Affordable dental care for the entire family...Always accepting new patients and emergencies welcome!

Dr. Danielle Schwartzenberger is a hearing impaired dentist and has been the solo owner of this practice.

Check us out at as well as Logo here:


Deaf Owned Business, Denver, CO - ** Z's Unique Tiles ** by Zulius (Denver , CO) Custom Designing and Installing Tiles in your kitchen or bathroom. I have a portfolio and come highly recommended by many here in Denver. If interested contact me via or text 724 931 0655.

**Free Estimate. * Over 20 years of Experience.


Julia Cameron's Magical Mystical Massage Deaf CMT by Julia Cameron Damon (Longmont CO)

I am a deaf Certified Massage Therapist who is a graduate of the internationally acclaimed Boulder College of Massage Therapy and I have also Traveled North America studying other forms of massage.

In addition to the Classic Swedish Integrative Massage which is my forte, I am certified in Hawaiian Lomi Lomi with I learned on the Island of Kauai and Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy which is deep tissue massage done with the feet, using bars above table for balance and leverage.

So, clients may choose from:

1 Classic Swedish Massage

2 Hawaiian Lomi Lomi

3 Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy.

Text me at 303 243 2240 or email:


Signing Works - Deaf Sign Language Dolls With Hearing Aids My name is Emily Paige and I own Signing Works Inc in California. We make the "I Can Sign" doll and bunny. Our dolls are all hand made in America, with hearing aids ;)

We have had such breakthroughs made with our signing dolls and bunnies. We are working to supply a doll or bunny to every signing child. We are currently working with the Lions clubs across the nation to help accomplish this.

We would love to introduce ourselves, since we are a new company. Please check out our site: and our news coverage. (We are in the process of updating our web site, we have a temp one up now with products, pictures and news coverage.)

Here is more info us below:

Our relationship with the deaf began 30 years ago when we were in the ministry. Through the years we have maintained those friendships, and our appreciation for the deaf culture has deepened.

We will always be grateful to those we met and the inspiration they gave.

Signing Works, as a business, began in 2009. The I Can Sign Doll© has lived in our hearts and minds for much longer. Our conviction was that deaf and hard-of-hearing children needed a doll that reflected their unique abilities.

We happily discovered that hearing children, as well as those with special needs, love them just as much.

The I Can Sign Doll© is our first endeavor. Other projects are underway. Each is designed to promote the deaf culture and to make it more recognizable throughout the world.

We invite you all to be a part our success through asking questions and making suggestions. A seed you plant might be the next great idea!

Thank you for being a friend,

From all of us at Signing Works

See cute photos here:

Do you have a Deaf-Owned Business?

• Photographer?

• Web Designer?

• Computer Services?

• Pet Care?

• Baby Sitting/Nanny?

• Tupperware?

• Cleaning Services?

• Landscaping?

• Other?

List your Deaf-owned business here!



Colorado Springs, Colorado - I'm looking for a Interpreted Concealed Carry Class (CCW) by DJ Wooldridge (Colorado Springs Area)

I would like to take a CCW class. I am wondering if anyone else would be interested? If I can get some people together, maybe I can find a facility that will provide an interpreter for the class. Or if there is a hearing/ fluent ASL user wanting to take the class, maybe we can get you the class free in exchange for interpreting it... If you already took a CCW class where an interpreter was provided please pass on the facility name/contact info..

Please email me if you are interested

More here:


Looking for Language Exchange (ASL-Spanish-Catalan-Latin) - Westminster Colorado by Alberto (Westminster)


My name is Alberto and I have recently started ASL classes. I feel I am really good at remembering signs but I need someone to practice with in the Westminster-Arvada area or in downtown Denver, depending on days and times.

I cannot afford paying someone but I can teach you Spanish, Catalan or Latin, since that has been my actual job for years. I hope I can find someone to practice because so far I love ASL but I need to practice!!!

Send me an email at if you are interested.


Or respond here to avoid e-mail:


Denver, CO - Looking for Deaf Friends by Angela (Denver, CO)

Hi my name is Angie I love to fish . I like movies and playing pool, going to coffee shops, board games, cards, swimming, music, hanging at home, arts and crafts, photography, and enjoy good conversations.

I took two asl classes and I must admit im a bit rusty and new to asl. However I am very interested in talking to someone and getting better at signing. I am 24/f.

If anyone is interested please send an email to I am excited to meet you.

Photo at:


Looking for ASL users in Fort Collins by Melissa (Fort Collins, Colorado)

Hi! I am currently studying Sign Language Interpreting but I am transferring to CSU is January.

I am still going to work on my interpreting degree but I really want to meet Deaf people and ASL users in Fort Collins.

I am a 20 year old female studying criminology and ASL. I would love to interact with the Deaf community in Colorado but I do not know anyone yet.

Any information would be great! Thanks :)


Greeley, CO - Are You Fluent in ASL? by RaVen (Greeley, Colorado)

Down to earth 43 years old single female seeking for a mature yet young at heart, intelligent Deaf/HoH/hearing man who is already fluent in ASL for a LTR.

Seeking for a best friend who loves the outdoors (camping, traveling, antique shopping, organic gardening, canoeing, boulder climbing, etc).

I wish to meet a healthy employed man between the age 40 to 45 who loves living in the country and we'd create a hobby farm together - raise goats, chickens, a pony perhaps?! Needs to be non-smoker, gentlemanly, knows how to make me laugh, can read between lines and enjoy learning new things together.

I like going slow to get to know each other and be friends and if all is good -then go from there.

I do wish for children - if can adopt a Deaf child, great! Must love all animals and care about the environment.


Denver, Colorado - Looking for Deaf man who lives in Denver or Aurora or nearby. By khole (Denver,CO)


I am looking for deaf man who lives in denver or aurora or near by.. I am seeking for deaf man's age from 40 to 50. No drugs, NO smoking, Drink socially is fine. Who believes in God. Honest. fun.

We can meet eachother to get know eachother at first to be friends then see if there is good chemistry and next level to dating.

Write me email-

Look forward to hearing from you...


Let's have fun! Deaf Single Man Castle Rock, Colorado by Steven Rolen (Castle Rock,CO,USA)

Eastes Park 2012 Hi,

I'm Steve and I'm deaf. I'm 47yrs old and divorced. I have 12yrs old daughter. I live alone in Castle Rock, Colorado.

I love outdoors, camping, hiking, skiing, travel, drink wine, watching sports!

I like stay home watch movie and cuddle on couch!

The woman I look for smart, sexy, nice, kissing, holding hands and walk the beach and watch sunset.

Looking for friends and love....


For Pictures please go to:


Deaf golden gal.. from Golden Colorado by Mary (Golden)


Been so busy with life and it flashes by so quickly.. Now I'm ready for dating.. lol.. I live in Golden and love to hike campin or any outdoor activities.. I'm an avid soccer player who travel around America..

Im in the 50's and lets meet up ! ok

See Pictures at:


Spirit of Love Film with Deaf and HOH Teens Wins Best Inspirational Film in Houston by Darla Rae (Denver, Colorado) "Spirit of Love", the Mike Glenn story wins "Best Inspirational" Film in Houston

Contact: Kathy Shipp 720-620-0536

Denver CO- Spirit of Love, the Mike "Stinger" Glenn story was a slam dunk with sold out audiences at the TX Christian Film festival in Houston this past weekend and received the award for "Best Inspirational" film.

Many cast members were in attendance including teen actors Brad Hughes, Alexei Taylor, Joz Lichty, Nashville recording artist Laura Dodd, Ketrick “Jazz” Copeland, with filmmaker Darla Rae, and retired NBA player and [FOX Sports Analyst Mike "Stinger" Glenn who plays himself] in the film. (Mike Glenn is AWESOME!!)

Many movie goers with tickets were unable to attend due to overcrowding at the well known Houston Galleria, as a result of the NBA All-star weekend because Texas DOT shut down freeway exists leading to the Galleria and the festival was in the same path.

After holding briefly to allow for traffic issues the film screened to a packed house with both deaf and hearing audience members all who enjoyed the film which screened with "open captions".

The film is inspired by the real life camps which Mike Glenn started for the Deaf and hard of hearing 33 yrs ago. (See terrific interview here: )

Mel Hughlett, Mike Glenn’s former Saluki college teammate from SIU (Southern Illinois University) and NBA player said "GREAT FILM, Perfect Story".

"As a filmmaker it’s a wonderful opportunity to watch reactions from the back of the room with a live audience" said Rae. This was the first time the film had screened for an audience publicly in the US.

Comment cards were available for attendees and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive and the age range attending was very broad, from age 5-90.

Pastor Arthur Craig from Houston Woodhaven Baptist Deaf Church said "It was Great!" and "So Inspiring!!!" said Kelly Reagan from Houston's Lillian Beard Deaf Center.

Director, Producer Darla Rae said "It can be overwhelming telling a story inspired by a real person who happens to be sitting on the front row watching it unfold on the screen.

However as I watched Mike settle in and laugh and tear up along with other audience members I began to relax and enjoy the moment. Watching Deaf and hearing together enjoying our film side by side with open captions was very touching. We had accomplished one of our major goals"

One person wrote "Thank you for providing a Christian insight into the 'unseen reality' of our Deaf youth in the US!"

Kelly Berger from TX Hands & Voices a nonprofit organization who promotes all aspects of communication amongst the Deaf community wrote "The movie was wonderful! Thank you for making it and thank you for the captions. What a great undertaking! We need more films like this in theaters."

People both Deaf and hearing commented over and over "Very Inspiring, Awesome, and heartwarming!"

The film has a "sweet innocence" lacking in today’s films and may be the "feel good" movie of the year said Bill Shryock. From your lips to Hollywood’s Ears Bill!

"Spirit of Love, the Mike Glenn Story" is now into the next phase making decisions regarding distribution partners, and the avenue that best supports their message, theme and targeted demographic.

For more information. Join the Deaf movie, "Mike Glenn Story" facebook page here!

PLEASE JOIN OUR FACEBOOK so we can get this movie TO THE THEATERS! :-)

See Photos here:


Flatirons Church of Lafayette!

LOTS of Interpreters! LOTS of Deaf! Never need to call first or never worry about no terp - this church has Interpreters EVERY SINGLE WEEKEND, on BOTH Saturdays at 5pm AND on Sundays at 9am!

Saturday 5pm is good for you sleepyheads who prefer to sleep in on Sunday morning! :-)

LOUD Joyous music, friendly people, friendly Deaf, Deaf events, etc!

Sign language interpretation is available in the early evening 5:00pm Saturday -OR- 9:00am Sunday services at the front left section of the Auditorium.

Also included are free bagels, cream cheese, tea, hot chocolate, cookies, etc! Yum!

Interpreters are also available for most events, workshops, etc. Contact

Flatirons Church Deaf Worship Services is located at:

355 W South Boulder Road

Lafayette, CO 80026

Tell them that Free Colorado Deaf Social Network website 'sent' you to Flatirons and get a free "Me Too" T-shirt! (Offer good for month of April and May 2013 ONLY!)


Westminster, Broomfield - Victory Church New Updated by Jolene Gralund (Westminster, Colorado 80020) WESTMINSTER

Victory Church 11777 Sheridan Blvd. Westminster, Colorado 80020

Services are Interpreted for the Deaf. For more information, contact Jolene Gralund at or 720-347-7935 text message or visit

Interpreter provided in Worship at 9 a.m. every Sunday. Also Sign Language Class will start September 12th, every Wednesday Night at 8:15 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Beginning. Where Vista room in Victory Church.


Westminster, CO - Tri-City Baptist Church Each Sunday, there are interpreted services for the deaf. The Bible Study hour and both the AM and PM Worship services are provided in American Sign Language. Pastor's sermon slides are also available in Adobe PDF format.

During worship times there are reserved seats for the deaf ministry at the front of the sanctuary between aisles 4 and 5. This is where the interpreter will stand. The Bible Study hour class meets in the Fireside Chapel.


Orchard Church in Brighton Colorado - Interpreted Services for the Deaf and Hard Of Hearing by Annie Brobst - Interpreter (Henderson or Brighton, Colorado)

Join us at Orchard Church Brighton CO

The Orchard Church

Interpreter available for 9:00 am services on Sunday - call ahead to request interpreter.

We meet at Prairie View High School in Brighton Colorado 12909 East 120th Avenue Henderson, CO 80640

Please join us to learn more about God's Word for your life!

Just starting a Deaf ministry and we would love you to come!

email - to make sure an interpreter will be there.


All Deaf Churches or Churches With Interpreters Found Here:



ARVARDA WESTMINSTER ASL ENTHUSIASTS welcome signers of all levels!

The goal of this group is to sign, play games, stay connected with the Deaf community, learn about Deaf culture, and everything in-between.

I just have started taking American Sign Language lessons but I thought, the more, the merrier. Planning to meet at Arvada Brewing Company .

Email me if you are interested:


Denver - Deaf Chat Coffee What: Mile High Rainbow Society of the Deaf Social

When: Every 1st Saturday, 6:00 PM to Closed

Where: Diedrich Coffee 1201 E 9th Ave Denver, CO 80218

Details: Deaf Chat Coffee will have get-together for fun at Diedrich Coffee every 1st Saturday from 6:00 PM to closed. The location is 1201 Easter 9th Avenue in downtown of Denver. It is open to everyone.

Hosted by: Mile High Rainbow Society of the Deaf.

Email at


Deaf Social Chat in Superior What: Weekly Deaf social

When: Every Thursday, 7:00 PM to whenever suits your fancy.

Where: Old Chicago in Superior, visible from US-36. 100 Superior Plaza Way, Superior, CO

Details: Everyone with all levels (including beginners!) in ASL are welcome as this is a family atmosphere! Sit back, enjoy the food, and sign with us! Cheap $1.00 Colorado beer for those over 21!

Hosted by: Greg Bland, Laura Odum, and Martin Mikelsen. Questions? E-mail _______________________________________ Rocky Mountain Deaf Happy Hour

What: Rocky Mountain Deaf Happy Hour

When: Saturdays; 5pm to 2am Where: Dave & Buster, 2000 S Colorado Boulevard, Retail Complex, Suite D, Denver, CO 80222 Details: Deaf Chat in Denver, CO.

Hosted by:;


Castle Rock Deaf Chat

What: Castle Rock Deaf Chat

When: Please contact for more information

Where: Castle Rock

Details: This is to bring out the Deaf community that exits here in Castle Rock and to network, get to know each other. Bring the kids and lets chat! Let your Castle Rock Deaf friends and sign language friends know about this.

It is a great way for ASL students to practice their sign language as well.

Hosted by:

Teacher, Castle View High School / SIGNews Staff writer


Deaf Social in Castle Rock

What: Deaf Social in Castle Rock

When: Every Friday, 8:00 PM till 1:00 AM

Where: Fowl Line Sports Bar and Restaurant

774 Maleta Lane, Castle Rock, CO 80108-7679

Details: It will be in Castle Rock, Colorado at the Fowl Line. I think this restaurant is deaf friendly and they are happy to have us meet there. The menu has many great items such as salad, sandwiches, and pizza.

They also have a full bar in case anyone would want a drink. Please come out and join us for a great night of fun. Everyone is welcome.

Hosted by: Contact Joeline Chavez for more information at _______________________________

Northern Colorado Deaf Mens' Breakfast What: Deaf Mens' Breakfast

When: Please contact for more information Where: Northern Colorado Details: Please contact for more information

Hosted by: Contact Charles Watts by email: for more information. ____________________________________

Northern Colorado Deaf Womens' Breakfast What: Deaf Womens' Breakfast

When: Please contact for more information Where: Northern Colorado Details: Please contact for more information

Hosted by: Contact Antia K. Beery by email: for more information.

_________________________________ _________________________________

That's it for now! Thanks for reading about events and news for Deaf in CO! :-) ___________________________________________

*Have a Deaf event to submit? Use the link below simply! Submit Your Deaf Event

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Happy April!

Free Colorado Deaf Social Network Team

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