Community Events

The following events are not hosted by Audio-Reader. They are events from around the community that we think our listeners may be interested in attending or being informed about.

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The Whole Person Events

The Whole Person offers a broad range of services to people with disabilities to increase their ability to perform day-to-day activities and reduce the need of support from family members, professional attendants or other care-giving services. Our services and programs build the confidence of these individuals and improve the many skills they need to live, learn and work in the Kansas City metro community.

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Alphapointe Events

Events like the C&C Group Alphapointe Pro-Am, Boots & Pearls: Wine & Whiskey and Foresight: An Alphapointe Series and more help us raise awareness in our community and support our foundation mission.

alphapoint logo with the words Vision. For Life.

Lions Club International

The Lions Club's Mission is to empower Lions clubs, volunteers, and partners to improve health and well-being, strengthen communities, and support those in need through humanitarian services and grants that impact lives globally, and encourage peace and international understanding.

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American Council of the Blind

For details on how to join our community events, sign up for our email list by filling out the subscription form, or by sending an email to: If your state or special interest affiliate would like your event listed on our Events page, send the information to:

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Nation Federation of the Blind (NFB)

Through our network of blind members, NFB coordinates many programs, services, and resources to defend the rights of blind Americans, provide information and support to blind children and adults, and build a community that creates a future full of opportunities.

NFB logo with six stylized people holding canes in a circle along with NFB name and the phrase Live the life you want

The Community Voice

Since 1994, The Community Voice has used the power of journalism to inform and empower its readers. They cover news and fill information gaps on issues of importance to our African American audience as a way to empower them to create positive change in their lives and their communities.

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Council of Citizens with Low Vision

CCLVI is a non-profit and Special Interest Affiliate of the American Council of the Blind. "We are an international nonprofit organization and community of individuals who understand low vision needs and experiences. CCLVI is here to provide support, resources, education, and advocacy for those who are impacted by low vision and visual impairment."

From publications, to live Zoom calls, online resources, and conferences. Discover what they have to offer you.

CCLVI logo with the full name spelled out and the words "Let's Talk Low Vision"