Deaf Day celebration at Six Flags Over Georgia (ASL – 10.4.19)
Sign1News 10.4.19 – News for the Deaf community powered by CNN in American Sign Language (ASL).
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If you’re in Atlanta this weekend, you’re in luck.
Six Flags Over Georgia is hosting its annual deaf and hard of hearing celebration day on Saturday, October 5.
The park has hosted this fun event for nearly 30 years.
From 10 in the morning to 10 at night, deaf fans will enjoy thrilling rides, interpreted shows, pictures with life-sized characters and a special catered buffet meal where old friends and new friends can gather together to mingle.
More than 20 interpreters will be stationed around the park to assist throughout the day.
Six Flags is excited for fans to enjoy its newest thrill ride “Pandemonium!”
And here’s the best part: Our entire Sign1News crew will be broadcasting live from the park Saturday.
So if you’ve ever wanted to meet Crystal, Candace, Martha and, of course, me in person, now’s your chance.
You can purchase tickets two ways, you can walk up and buy tickets at the main gate or purchase tickets online at www.sixflags.com.
If you purchase tickets online, be sure to enter promo code “ASLDeaf Day” to see the different options that fit your entertainment needs.
If you plan on enjoying the catered buffet, that will take place from 2 to 3PM, just one hour.
We hope to see you there on Saturday.
It’s going to be so much fun!
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