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June 19, 2005

CORRECTION --6/26 DEAF Media at Oakland Museum--Living Traditions & Historic Objects

From: DEAF Media - Jun 19, 2005

Please note: Correction--the scheduled time of June 26, DEAF Media at Oakland Museum event is 1 - 4 p.m. (not Noon to 4 as previously announced). Corrected announcement follows:


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Come join DEAF Media at the Oakland Museum's Family Explorations

Living Traditions and Historic Objects

Bring your whole family for a day of sampling the Bay Area's rich cultural traditions

WHEN: Sunday, June 26, 2005 1 - 4 p.m.


WHERE: The Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak Street at 10th
(1 Block East of the Lake Merritt Bart Station

Deaf Events at the Festival:

* 1-4 Art activity with Deaf artist Ron Trumble and DEAF Media staff

* 1 DEAF Media storytelling and gallery treasure hunt with Martha Aguilar

Plus Interpreted Festival Activities:

* Learn traditional California Indian games and stories

* Experience early California cooking techniques by making your own tortillas and churning butter

* Hands-on art activities inspired by Japanese and Latino cultural traditions

* Ukulele making demonstration

* Explore the diverse stories and objects in the Cowell Hall of California History

and more...

ADMISSION: FREE with RSVP ($8 adults, $5 children/seniors without pre-registration)
Note: this includes free admission to all the museum galleries for the whole day.

RSVP:, OR (510) 841-0165 TTY, (510) 841-0163 Voice

Voice interpreters provided for non signing family members and friends.

INFO: or

DEAF Media's participation in this event is made possible in part through the generosity of the George H. Sandy Foundation; Darol Nance; DEAF Media donors and volunteers.

We hope to see you there!

Susan D. Rutherford, Ph.D.
Executive Director