Deaf Day at the Creation Museum’s ChristmasTown

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Each year we host an exciting Deaf outreach here at the Creation Museum and now at the Ark Encounter. This year our Deaf Day attendance doubled from last year! And attendance at the Ark Encounter Deaf Day was even higher than that. People from 15 states attended this special two-day event and saw deaf presenter Calvin Farley teach about dinosaurs and the Bible. Well this year we’ve added an additional Deaf event on December 16, 2017, for ChristmasTown at the museum!

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Creation Museum guests enjoying Calvin Farley's presentation during Deaf Day 2017.

Our annual ChristmasTown—a free admission event (parking is $5) that includes a live nativity, beautiful garden of lights, biblical characters, great food, and much more—takes place here at the Creation Museum. And this year we will have ASL interpreters on December 16 to make the night special for Deaf guests. I encourage you to invite anyone you know who is Deaf to come out and enjoy this special evening.

ChristmasTown Lights at the Creation Museum ChristmasTown Lights at the Creation Museum

If you would like to volunteer as an ASL interpreter, please visit AnswersinGenesis.org/donate/volunteer. Learn more about ChristmasTown at CreationMuseum.org/Christmas.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
Ken

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