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Deaf Night at the RMSC
Deaf Night at the RMSC is a collaborative event with NTID which provides an accessible and exciting deaf (and hard of hearing) -centered evening. Join us during extended hours for programming for all ages, with ASL interpretation provided!
About Deaf Night
Deaf Night at the RMSC provides an accessible & friendly deaf (and hard of hearing) experience at the RMSC Museum & Science Center! Join us for an exclusive evening exploring the RMSC’s offerings of science, technology, and hands-on programming. Interpreting services will be provided pro bono by students in the Bachelor of Science in Interpreting program at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf throughout the evening.
For RMSC Members: Please call us at 585.271.4320 to register for this event in order to receive your member discount.
Programs & Activities will include:
⚡ Buzz-worthy Electricity Theater shows
🖨️ Live 3D printing demos
🥽 Virtual Reality: Mars Colonial Scout (Blue Mars)
✏️ Special guest exhibits with ASL interpretation
🌎 Science on a Sphere presentations
👋 NTID ASL interpreters will be available throughout the RMSC
🍩 Baked goods available from Golden Harvest Bakery & Cafe
➕ And more!
🪐 The Sky tonight (with open captions)
Viewings of The Sky Tonight will be available with open captions. Enjoy a concise tour of the stars, constellations, and planets in the current sky.
This offering is available at an additional cost on a first-come, first-served basis.