• Come and Try Auslan

    News, Events, News and Events / 28 August

    Participate in an interactive session where you’ll learn some basic Auslan in a fun and friendly environment. Designed for those who haven’t yet started signing, but would love to come and try! Duke of Brunswick Session Dates – Tuesday 22nd SeptemberTime – 5.30-6.30pm Onkaparinga Arts Centre Sessions Dates – Thursday 24th SeptemberTimes – 11.30am-12.30pm, 12.30-1.30pm Tickets – $20…

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  • Community Day and Deaf Exhibition Launch

    News, Events, News and Events / 28 August

    Celebrate National Week of Deaf People, and the opening of the community’s Deaf exhibition with Deaf Can:Do! The exhibit ‘Expressing Ourselves: being Deaf in SA’ showcases South Australia’s Deaf history and culture. There’ll be family-friendly activities, some food, and viewings of the exhibit. Everyone is welcome to come, and entry will be free for everyone….

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  • Silent Breakfast

    Events, News and Events / 23 July

    Celebrate the language, culture and history of the Deaf community with a unique voice off experience. Package includes a two-course breakfast, complimentary glass of sparkling, fundraising activities and special guest presentations in Auslan. Date – Thursday 17 September 2020Location – Banqueting Room, Adelaide Town HallTime – 7.30am to 9.30amTickets – $70 per person or a…

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  • Sip & Sign 2020

    Events, News and Events / 20 July

    Sip on a beverage and sign with friends and other community members! The Duke of Brunswick Hotel and Deaf Can:Do have partnered together to create Adelaide’s first Deaf friendly pub! Our Sip & Sign social nights are a great way to meet other Auslan users, students, and friends, in a relaxed social setting. We’ll have…

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  • Wine Direct special offer to support Deaf Can:Do

    Events, News and Events / 13 September

    To celebrate the National Week of Deaf People this September, Wine Direct have created a special offer to support the services Deaf Can:Do provide to the South Australian Deaf Community. From NDIS planning and crisis support to Auslan interpreting services, Deaf Can:Do have been helping Deaf South Australians overcome barriers for over 125 years. When…

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