VISIONS Fair at Washtenaw Community College

. May 1, 2016.
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With more than 500 visitors in the past, the VISIONS 2016 Vendor Fair is back, thanks to a partnership between the Ann Arbor District Library, Washtenaw Community College, and Michigan’s Bureau of Services for Blind Persons. The event is a can’t-miss opportunity for anyone who either has or knows somebody with a visual impairment. Vendors showcase their latest products and services, with technology like audio readers and interactive television. Presentations will go on throughout the day, featuring National Library Service speakers and assistive technology experts. 

 

Wednesday, May 11 | 10am-3pm
Washtenaw Community College Morris Lawrence Building,
4800 E. Huron River Dr.
734-327-4200 | aadl.org | Free

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