Deaf Cultural Center Begins Sign Language Classes This September
The Deaf Cultural Center, a museum that showcases the history of Deaf culture, technology, and the history of Kansas School for the Deaf, is starting several sign language classes this September at its location in Olathe, KS, across from the Kansas School for the Deaf. The Deaf Cultural Center building was completed in 2001, with the museum being finished in 2005.
Introduction to Sign Language and Continuing Sign Language Courses
Introduction to Sign Language Class and Continuing Sign Language Class are two sign language classes that begin this September 11, 2012 and ends November 1, 2012. The classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Anyone 14 and older can register – the deadline is September 7. The class fee is $85 and the ABC course book is required for each class, which is a one-time $55 purchase and can be used for both the beginner and continuing sign language class.
Business Sign Language Courses
Businesses interested in learning sign language for the purpose of communicating with Deaf employees and customers will learn sign language based on their business needs. If interested, use contact information to find out more.
One on One ASL Courses
For those who cannot attend the Tuesday or Thursday evening classes due to schedule conflicts, or for those who would like to work on their ASL individually, personalized one-on-one individual classes are offered. If interested, use contact information to find out more.
For more information, go to the website, www.deafculturalcenter.org or email email@example.com. The address is 455 E. Park Street, Olathe, KS 66061. Phone number listing are 913-782-5808 (Voice) and 913-324-5348 (Video Phone).