ASL and Deaf Culture Immersion Week (Ages 18+)
Have you ever wanted to experience the world of American Sign Language, the excitement of ASL Literature, and the wonder of Deaf culture all in a beautiful environment with views of a shimmering lake in the forest of the Adirondacks?
If you say YES! Then this “ASL and Deaf Culture Immersion Week” will provide all that along with fun activities following a specific theme featuring special guests and Deaf professional actors.
This program is designed for ALL adults aged 18+ who are ASL students, interpreting students, parents, certified interpreters, or any adult who wish to enhance their receptive and expressive ASL skills.
We provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day except for Arrival Day – dinner only, Departure Day – breakfast only. Parking is available on site. A typical room of two bunk beds for 4 or 5 with shared bathrooms are available for you to use. Bring your own bed sheets (or sleeping bags), pillows, blankets, and towels (for shower and waterfront).
This will be a memorable week!
IMPORTANT COVID VACCINATION NOTE:
- All camp registrants including children aged 12 and over will be required to show proof of full vaccination as a condition of attending.
- CDC guidelines specify that an individual is fully vaccinated 2 weeks after receiving a single J & J injection or 2 weeks after receiving a second Moderna or Pfizer injection.
- If you are attending, please email a copy or picture of your and if appplicable, your family members ‘ CDC vaccination card to the Camp Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a hard copy to Camp Mark 7, c/o Office Manager, 144 Mohawk Hotel Road, Old Forge, NY 13420 to be received prior to camp.
- In the event a registrant and/or family member arrives at camp without proof of full vaccination having been submitted their registration will be cancelled and no refunds will be made.
- We reserve the right to extend this requirement to children under 12 in the event that CDC or FDA policy extends eligibility for vaccinations to children under the age of 12 sufficiently in advance of the camp program start date to allow them to be fully vaccinated by the start date of the program.