It would be our pleasure to have you join us this President's Day, Monday, February 15th at 11:30am, for a sign-interpreted performance of Space-Bop at the Athenaeum in Old Town Alexandria. Space-Bop is a 20-minute, interactive, nonverbal show created specifically for children ages 0 – 2 and their families.
Drawing on a little one’s early love of light and vocal play, Space-Bop takes place under the starry sky and features a GRAMMY®-nominated hip-hop artist and beatboxer, a Chaplinesque hero, and the endearing denizens of outer space, like a pinwheel comet and a glowing star. In Arts on the Horizon’s signature multi-sensory, nonverbal style, Space-Bop invites our youngest audience to look up at the stars, have a giggle, and dream along with the hip-hop beat.
For more information on the show, please visit our website at http://www.artsonthehorizon.org/space-bop.
$6 per person for both children and adults and can be purchased online at http://www.artsonthehorizon.org/space-bop or by phone at 703-967-0437.
201 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
Free street parking is available.
First Baptist Deaf Congregation of Alexandria is hosting fun event on Oct 2-4. Come to watch guest speaker Matthew Belwood, Associate National Director of Youth For Christ Deaf Teen Quest. The theme of the Silent Encounter Weekend is "Assurance"'. It is a free admission and open to everyone. Child care is available for who register. We will have workshop, social time, worship, and fellowship. Please REGISTER online!
Oct 2-4, 2015
Oct 2 6-8pm
Oct 3 8am-8pm
Oct 4 11am-2pm
First Baptist Church of Alexandria
2932 King St
Alexandria, VA 22302
Open to all who know ASL
When: October, 2-4, 2015
(Time to be announced)
First Baptist Deaf Congregation
2932 King Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22302
Upcoming flyer will have completed details.
A 2014 Speaker Series Event
CALLING ALL ANIMAL LOVERS
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
10 a.m. -Noon
Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
4101 Eisenhower Drive, Alexandria, VA
Senior Pet Program, AniMeals on Wheels, How Pets can add Happiness to one’s Life, Process of Adopting a Pet, Keeping your Pet Healthy, Losing a Pet
Hear local experts from the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria &
Senior Services of Alexandria on these topics and more.
There will be a tour of the Shelter after the program to view pets available for adoption!
Light Refreshments will be served
This event is FREE and open to the public!
Seating is limited!
Please RSVP online at www.seniorservicesalex.org
or by calling (703) 836 4414 ext 10
The Senior Speaker Series is made possible thanks to the generosity
of Carl and Susan Behnke
To request a sign language interpreter, call 703-836-4414 ext 10
We are excited to have so many participants sharing their experiences. Because of the large amount of information, we have changed our format and put the results in a PDF spread sheet.