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    Cultural Inclusion

    Deaf and Hard of Hearing Family Event at Boston Children's Museum

    May 30, 2015 Starting at 11am

    Posted Thursday May 21 2015 at 10:11 pm.
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    - Date: Saturday, May 30, 2015
    - Admission: You must pre-register to receive discount admission.  All guests must pay admission at the Admissions Desk upon arrival.
    - Non members: $7 per person (half off regular admission price)
    - Members: Free
    - Registration required

    ASL Interpreted Programs:

        11 am: Magic show by Deaf magician, Steve Weiner
        There's nothing scary in Steve’s show, but everything is geared towards comedy and fun tricks he has collected for the past 30+ years of his career!

        12 pm: Family Circle
        Bring your lunch and meet other families!  There will be resources, and Katie Prins, the Coordinator of Outreach and Support Services from Boston Children's Hospital's Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program, will be facilitating the conversation.

        1:30 pm: KidStage show: The Tale of the Three Little Pigs

        2:30 pm: Dance workshops by Deafblind dancer, Kerry Thompson
        How do you dance if you cannot hear the music?  How do you dance if you cannot see?  Is salsa and merengue a food or a dance?  What is bachata?  Come find out as Kerry Thompson, a Deafblind dancer and Director for Silent Rhythms Dance, teaches us to think about music and dance in a different way through performances and workshops.

    Saki Iwamoto, Health and Wellness Educator

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