Deaf Events in the West United States

Deaf Events in the West

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming

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  1. Stephanie Hatfield

    Does anyone go to the deaf chats in Culver City on mondays? Trying to see how they are before going. Or the ones in santa monica every fourth friday? Let me know thx πŸ™‚

  2. Amelia Charlene

    Deaf Event Los Angeles 2017
    Deaf Night Out- Paint & Sip
    Sunday August 27th, 2017
    5-7 P.M.

    Join us for an evening of sign language, painting fun and drinks with friends. All supplies needed to create your masterpiece included: 16 x 20 canvas, paint, paint brushes, paint platters, easels and aprons.

    Schoonerville Sports Bar
    8901 De Soto Ave.
    Canoga Park CA 91304

    Buy tickets on event website

  3. Amelia Charlene

    Deaf Night Out: Paint & Sip… Sunday July 23rd 2017 5-7 p.m. Schoonerville Bar 8901 De Soto Ave. Canoga Park California 91304. Join an evening of drinks, painting, and sign language. Painting lesson instruction in ASL. Tickets $25 can be purchased at the event website contact Amelia for any questions (714) 831- 0754

  4. Karen Kotovsky

    Hi everyone! I am looking for events in the Northwest Valley of Phoenix – The Surprise area specifically. Message me if anyone has any that they know of.

  5. Morgan B Moxley

    I am part of a group that meets every week at Panera Bread in Denver, Colorado to practice ASL if anyone is interested! Anyone is welcome to join us! The address is 2466 S Colorado Blvd, Denver CO every Thursday night from 6:30-9:30 pm. All levels welcome, no voices allowed! We meet by the fireplace at the big table usually. πŸ™‚

    1. Drina Cambria

      Hi Morgan! I’m super new to ASL, as in just started a few days ago so I know VERY basic signs. Would I benefit from this group? Are note pads allowed or would I just finger spell if I got stuck? Thanks so much!

      1. Michele Force

        I live up the hill and would be interested in attending these Thurs night practice sessions as well… is there an email list that we can join to receive information (cancellations, etc.)? (and I, too, am brand new, Drina, so maybe you and I could stick together. πŸ˜‰

    2. Macy Nariman

      Do you still do this? I would love to join, although I don’t have a lot of experience talking with people using sign language and I’m hoping to pick up some techniques!

  6. Ana Garcia

    Hello. I am looking for an event in San Diego, CA. I am currently taking ASL 3 at a community college and doing a program at the district that I work. The program from the district is to help pass the ESSE test. I really need to practice.

  7. CabrilloMusicTheatre

    ASL Interpreted Performance of “Sister Act,” April 22, 2017 at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, California. Tickets range from $34-$79 and group tickets for groups of 10+ receive 20% off and groups of 25+ receive 25% off. To purchase tickets and or for any questions please contact us at 805-497-8613 xt. 6.

    Cabrillo Music Theatre
    2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Suite B
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

  8. Rouba


    I am a new student and would like to know if anyone is near Oceanside, CA so we can practice what we are learning.

    Thank you

  9. Sheharyar

    hello all, I live in bishop, ca which is a small town near the mammoth mountain close to the sierra nevada mountains. I just started ASL and wanted to see if there are people who would like to sign to get better at ASL?
    I am also willing to facetime!

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