Save the Date!
- Games activities with remarkable technologies!
- Socialize with amazing people, along with cool swags!
- Live performances that will leave you awe-inspired.
- Featured Speakers: (Renca Dunn) If you want to know more about here, please follow her on social media: @reallyrenca
- More coming soon!
Hello! My name is Renca Dunn. I am so excited to get to fly all the way to Idaho to celebrate Deaf Awareness Day with you. I am going to be presenting on my experiences with technology, social media, content creation, and more. And, even better than that, I get to spend the day hanging out with you guys. See you there!
Steve: Hey Deaf Community in Idaho! On August 26 we are celebrating Deaf Awareness Day. The event will begin at 9am with the festivities lasting until 4:30pm, but the fun doesn’t end there! I’m here with Holly, who is sponsoring our evening activities hosted by Deaf VIBES.
We are kicking off the evening at 5pm and are going to party into the night! Well, you might catch us wrapping up around 9pm.
Holly: We will provide hamburgers, hotdogs, and soda. Dessert is on you, so don’t disappoint us! We even have a special guest coming. What’s that about, Steve?
Steve: Renca Dunn is going to be our emcee! For our evening’s entertainment we will be pulling Deaf members from the audience to enthrall us with their stories of the wonders and disasters of technology. You’re in for a night of hilarity and fun!
Both: We’ll see you there!
Kristi: Looking for parking spaces? Let me show you. Senior Center
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Brandon: Deaf Awareness Day Event will be here on August 26 from 9 to 4. (Showing the sign of the building: Center at the Park: Merdian Senior Center)
Kristi: After Deaf Awareness Day, another event will be here (sign what), Deaf Vibes. Look for shelter B-1.
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Brandon: Event starts at 5 and goes until 9! We will be socializing, hanging out, and eating together. We will provide hamburgers and hot dogs. Please bring a dessert to share! That’s not all. We will have ASL storytellers to watch and enjoy!
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Bloopers videos and Deaf Vibes Flyer at the end of the video
Hi! I am AnnMarie Killian, the CEO of Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc. I am so excited to be coming to Idaho to meet all of you and celebrate Deaf Awareness Day. I will be presenting on the technological evolution and how it has impacted the Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing community. See you soon!
Hello, my name is Lance Pickett. I am the CRO of Sorenson Communications. I am thrilled to be coming to Idaho and have the opportunity to present at Deaf Awareness Day. I’m looking forward to meeting all of you. I will be speaking on Deaf Culture and its relationship with technology through the years, and how that has impacted the community both positively and negatively. I hope to see you there.
Hi everyone, my name is Craig Radford. I am excited to be going to Idaho Deaf Awareness Day in Boise. I was born and raised in Idaho, and am now the founder and CEO for 360 Direct Video. I also currently work as the Senior Chief Vice President at AvodahMed where I specialize in AI technology for accessibility for all. I am going to be presenting on direct video calls and look forward to raising awareness in our community about how direct video services can be beneficial to you. See you there!
Hey guys! This weekend we’ve got Deaf Awareness Day happening to help us kick off Deaf Awareness month. You might have seen some of our presenters that we’ve got coming and thought, “That’s a little boring.” But hey, we’ve got some fun stuff going on too, so come on in and let me show you what we’ve got.
So here I am inside GG Mobile Gaming’s truck! Pretty cool, huh? We have so much going on! We’ve got Nintendo Switch, we’ve got Xbox, we’ve got all the games you could imagine or want. We’ve got four different stations inside the truck, and can have up to 24 people playing at the same time. So come on down, have some fun!
Now, you might see the inside of the truck and think, “That’s a bit of a tight squeeze.” We’ve got two stations outside, so you can bring a chair, you can stand, you can sit on the ground. But we’ve got twoo more stations so you don’t have to be cramped.
So, come join us. We’re gonna be here on Deaf Awareness Day from 12-2pm, on August 26. So come on! Let’s have some fun and celebrate this day together!