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  • Carol Nemecek
    Progress Center for Independent Living invites you and a guest to a desert & coffee reception following the performance of What Does the Sun Sound Like?
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 23, 2009
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      Progress Center for Independent Living

      invites you and a guest to a desert & coffee

      reception following the performance of

       

      What Does the Sun Sound Like?

      Written & Performed by

      Arlene Malinowki

       

      The totally true tales of a hearing daughter

      growing up in a deaf family and culture.

       

      February 15th, 2009 at 7:30 PM

      Victory Gardens Biograph Theater

      2433 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago

       

      Reduced Ticket Price: $10.00

      ( Mention Progress Center Reception for Reduced Price)

      Call 773.871.3000 or

      TTY 773.871.1682

       

      These stories are about hearing and Deaf, parents and children, love

      and  forgiveness and finding yourself amid the clash of cultures

      in this melting pot we call America .  They are stories for

      anyone who has ever felt different.

       

      Presented as part of Victory Gardens Theater Access Project

      All Access Project events are accessible to people with mobility, hearing and

       vision disabilities.  Access Services: Audio Description,

      Captioning, & Sign Language Interpreted

       

      Progress Center for Independent Living  7521 Madison Street , Forest Park , IL 60130

      708.209.1500      TTY  708.209.1826     www.progresscil.org

       

       

       

      Carol Nemecek-Kowalski

      Deaf Services Coordinator

      Progress Center for Independent Living

      7521 Madison Street

      Forest Park, IL   60130

      866.327.8877 and then 708.209.1826 (Video Phone Relay)

      708.209.1826 TTY

      708.209.1500 VOICE

      708.209.1735 FAX

      Sorenson VP:  708.209.1826

       

       



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