“Touch to See”

Press Release

Louis Braille School Presents:
The “Touch to See” Program at Imagine Children’s Museum

In celebration of National Braille Literacy Month, the Imagine Children’s Museum is featuring a special presentation by the Louis Braille School. The “Touch to See” program will be on Saturday, January 12, from 11 am to 2 pm. Visitors to the museum will have the opportunity to braille their names on a braille writer, explore braille books with tactile illustrations, and try a talking calculator and braille watch. They will meet a guide dog and enjoy a story read in braille by the guide dog’s handler.

The Louis Braille School, located in Edmonds, is a private, non-profit, day school for children who are visually impaired. January is the birth month of Louis Braille, the Frenchman who developed the raised dot system of reading and writing. Visit the Louis Braille School website at http://www.louisbrailleschool.org or contact the school at 425-778-2384

Imagine Children’s Museum, “a place where fun begins and learning never ends” is located in downtown Everett. Dedicated to helping children understand the world around them, the Museum is proud to partner with the Louis Braille School for the “Touch to See” program.

Visit Imagine Children’s Museum website at http://www.ImagineCM.org or call 425-258-1006.
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