FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham State ASL Club is hosting an event Saturday, April 23 from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Maynard parking lot for individual who are deaf or hard of hearing, but all are welcome to attend.
The goal was to “provide a platform for diverse Deaf and Hard of Hearing folks where they’ll have the opportunity to promote and share information about their agencies, sell their merchandise, as well as presenting their hobbies and skills. In doing so, we would be opening up a space for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and hearing families and friends to come together, meet new people, socialize, and have fun,” said organizers.
The ASL Club was a “Deaf Magician, a Visual Vernacular Presenter, and Social Justice Presenter for
There will be a food truck, a photo booth, and more.
The goal of the ASL Club is bring Framingham State students in the ASL Programs together to practice having conversations in American Sign Language. All of their meetings are voice-off meetings, which means everyone must try their best to sign.