Yarn Bombing for Deafblind Awareness Month – June 2021
In June, the National Deafblind Awareness Month (NDBAM) Committee in Canada will be ‘making a wave from coast to coast’ across the country with the goal of raising awareness about deafblindness. Members of the NDBAM Committee, including DeafBlind Ontario Services, are excited to take part in Deafblind International’s (DbI) global yarn bombing movement.
Yarn bombing is a form of street art where yarn that is knit, crochet, or wrapped adorns an object in a public space. Join DeafBlind Ontario Services’ yarn bombing project in regions across Ontario by submitting 20×20 CM squares to our administration office (Unit 15, 17665 Leslie Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 3E3) by May 14, 2021.
Each knit or crochet square will be attached to cover a designated space, symbolizing the coming together of people in the field of deafblindness. For more information, connect with Karen Madho at [email protected]
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