ASDC Story Time
We have a new series of online events for the whole family! Our first ASDC Story Time is happening on Monday, November 16th with award-winning British-Jamaican Deaf poet Raymond Antrobus. (See bio below for more information about his previous work.)
Book Release Celebration
To celebrate the release of Antrobus’ first children’s book, Can Bears Ski?, ASL teacher Edna Johnston will sign the story, followed by a lively chat with the author. Everyone registered to attend will receive a hard copy of the book
If you can’t make the actual event, don’t worry. The event will be recorded and we’ll send you a link so you can watch it with your family, and you’ll still receive the book.
Space is limited, register today!
Date: Monday. Nov. 16
Time: 7:00 – 8:00 pm EST
ASDC members save $5! Email Cheri@deafchildren.org for your code.
Not a member? Join ASDC here.
About Raymond Antrobus
Born 1986, this British-Jamaican Deaf spoken-word artist has been performing poetry since 2007. In March 2019 he won the Ted Hughes Award for new work in poetry. In May 2019 Antrobus became the first poet to win the Rathbones Folio Prize for his collection The Perseverance. Source: Wikipedia