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  • Contributors wanted

    Have something you wish to share with the Minnesota Deaf community? We are looking for contributors who wish to share their thoughts and insights.

    This can be in the form of written english or ASL videos. Interested? Get in touch!

     

  • Starting a Deaf CoWorking Group

    Do you often work from home, a coffeshop or otherwise outside of the traditional office space? 

    I am interested in setting up a Deaf CoWorking group. 

    Basically, just get together regularly (at least once a week?) and do our *own* work in a social setting.

    It is nice to not work alone, but coworking also offers us the opportunity to bounce ideas and problems off other people, network, support each other and build community. And perhaps be more productive.

  • New Mailing List

    DeafMN now provides an email list to help directly contact subscribers of upcoming events and news within our MN Deaf Community.  Subscribers to this email list are able to indicate their area of interest, and we will be emailing updates based on these interests. 

    Please sign up today!

Event Highlights

1st DMMF Family Winter Retreat

Friday, January 30, 2015 - 5:00pm

January 30 to February 1, 2015 at CAMP VICTORY MINISTRIES

“WALK WITH KINGS” by Rev. William “Bill” Ross

This is the 1st DMMF (Deaf Ministries Minnesota Fellowship) Family Winter Retreat.  This retreat is great for families getting together, learning about God’s Word! Come and become inspired in their faith and love.  The sermon and prayer, we hope will impact your love in Christ and learn to walk with the King of Kings.

From the Trenches: Hospice Beginnings and Tips During Hospice Visits

Thursday, February 5, 2015 - 6:00pm
Presented by: Barb Schmidt
*This webinar will be presented in ASL Only.
This workshop will look at the history of hospice care, and what to expect during hospice care. Participants will learn about hospice care, and the differences between standard medical care and hospice care. We will discuss the role of the interpreters in such settings and how this impact the profession and the consumer (patient) receiving hospice care.

Souper Bowl Fundraising Event

Saturday, February 7, 2015 - 11:00am

Soup-er Bowl Fundraising Event

 Come warm up on a cold Minnesota winter afternnon with a warm bowl of soup!  Everyone is welcome!  All ages, people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, DeafBlind, interpreters, students, teacheers, families and friends!

February 7, 2015

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Thompson Hall, 1824 Marshall Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota 55104

$10 for unlimited soup, bread and other treats *(Cash and check only) Beverages will be available for sale.

Ask the Lawyer: What happens to my stuff & family when I die?

Saturday, February 7, 2015 - 2:30pm

Heather Gilbert, the lawyer, will give a presentation covering the topics of wills, power of attorney forms, and health care directive forms. The event will be located at Mendel Hall, room 106 at St. Catherine University. This event will be also broadcasted to remote locations. The confirmed locations are: Mankato's DHHSD office, Central Lakes College in Brainerd, and Minnesota State University in Moorhead.

Minnesota DeafBlind Spaghetti Fundraiser

Saturday, February 28, 2015 - 11:00am

DATE CHANGE!

Minnesota DeafBlind Retreat

Minnesota DeafBlind Association Hosting Benefit Fundraiser "Spaghetti"

Adult $10.00

Senior/Kid $8.00

(Senior 62 and up/Kid 12 and under)

Your donation will support Minnesota DeafBlind Retreat 2015. This will cover registration fees and scholarships for DB Campers.

Your support is much appreciated.

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