Beginning Sign Language Class at Uintah County Library

For any individual that has had the desire to learn sign language, the Uintah County Library has the class for you… and it is free. The class is designed for family and friends of those that are hard of hearing and/or suffering from late-deafness. Individuals will learn signs in English every week while reviewing in an easy, supportive environment of conversation.  Please note that this class is not geared for in-depth conversation with those in Deaf Culture rather it will students help build a working vocabulary. Part 1 of the class will be on Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8pmstarting January 15th through March 5th. The class will be using the book Easy Guide to American Sign Language: Learn the Basics Fast by Lora Heller. To register for the class, contact Francy Davis at 435-790-1956.

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