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The SA Deaf Expo was held in Adelaide on 17 October and proved to be a great success.
The event celebrated the South Australian Deaf community and brought together the interpreting and Deaf community.
There was plenty to see and do with information stalls, artists exhibitions, a Deaf business market, a petting zoo along with food and drink stalls supplying delicious scones, cupcakes and a sausage sizzle.
NICSS was the major sponsor for the event and opened the Expo with a welcome speech and presentation.
Sandra Hoopman spoke about her research on the history of Deaf women in South Australia, the story of Cinderella was told by Caroline Conlon (in Auslan), and ASLIA SA performed a role play about what the Deaf community should expect from their interpreters.
A highlight was the Klemzig Primary School choir which included both Deaf and hearing children of all ages.
The event was a great success and we were happy to be part of this year's SA Deaf community celebration.
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