Learn how people who are blind (grammar tip: always put "people" first and the disability second—don't let an impairment define the person) and visually impaired "see" with their fingers through tactile illustrations. Then participate in a tactile holiday-card—making workshop to celebrate the spirit of Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanza, and add a message in Braille. Registration is required.
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