[NFBMDTLC-Chapter] Upcoming Events at MD LBPH!
Ashley Biggs -LBPH-
ashley.biggs1 at maryland.gov
Thu Feb 13 18:28:26 UTC 2020
February is half-way over! Can you believe it? LBPH has some great programs
and events this Spring - and here is what's happening in March.
*Don't forget that you can find our events posted
here: http://bit.ly/LBPHEvents <http://bit.ly/LBPHEvents>*
*Keep up-to-date on all things LBPH by visiting our
blog: http://bit.ly/LBPHBlog <http://bit.ly/LBPHBlog>*
*Dietitians: Serving Up Nutritional Savy! *
March 11, 2020, 6:30 PM
What do you think of when you think "dietitian?" Do you think of a person,
sitting at a desk, saying that we shouldn't eat anything that actually has
taste? On this national day recognizing registered
dietitians/nutritionists, learn more about the connections between
diabetes, healthy eating, and eye health. Why is consulting with an RDN a
good idea? Join Cheryl Bush, a registered dietitian, in this discussion to
encourage embracing a healthier diabetes lifestyle. *Registration is
required for participation. http://bit.ly/UMETelCon
*Technology User Group: A presentation by OrCam*
Saturday, March 14; 10:00 AM
A presentation by OrCam. OrCam’s mission is to harness the power of
artificial vision by incorporating pioneering technology into a wearable
platform that improves the lives of individuals who are blind, visually
impaired, and have reading difficulties.* If you are unable to attend in
person but would like to call into the program, please dial 319-527-4994 at
the appointed program time. *
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
The 2020 Presidential Election is fast approaching and questions of
accessibility and voter rights are at the forefront of many individuals.
Disability Rights Maryland's Ben Jackson and Tracy Wright will be at LBPH
on March 18th at 2 PM to present on your rights as a voter in Maryland. Did
you know that as a voter you have the right to an accessible polling place,
that you have the right to cast a private and independent vote, and receive
assistance when needed? Learn about the laws and regulations that protect
your right to vote in a free and open election; have your questions
answered by Mr. Jackson, a disability rights attorney, and Ms. Wright, a
Voting Advocate. This program is FREE and open to the public. Advanced
registration not required.
*Center Stage Performance of Where We Stand*
Thursday, March 26, 2020
12:30 - Tactile Tour; Play begins at 1:00 PM
This brand-new fable of penance is filled with humor, heart, and music.
When a town is running low on compassion and a man is stripped of
companionship, just one kind stranger can tip the scales. Join in the
community as one passionate storyteller spins a supernatural tale of
loneliness seduced by the kindness and asks us “what do we owe each other?”
This program is FREE and open to the public. *Advanced registration is
recommended: http://bit.ly/LBPHCenterStage <http://bit.ly/LBPHCenterStage>*
If you have any questions, please let me know!
*Ashley M. Biggs*
Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Maryland State Library
415 Park Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21201-3603
410-230-2430 (office) | 667-209-1563 (cell) | 410-333-2095 (fax)
ashley.biggs1 at maryland.gov
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