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Meet the Distinguished 2021 Holman Prize Jurors
Each year a panel of esteemed blindness leaders from around the world come together for discussion and debate to select
Dr. Hoby Wedler in the Rec Filed at EHC
Come Join EHC’s STEM Camp Zoom Speaker Series for All Ages
Our first-ever Virtual STEM Camp Speaker Series takes place from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm Pacific daily from July 27
A woman wearing a navy blue spacesuit in a zero gravity environment. She has a big smile, her body is floating, and her hair is floating around her
LightHouse partners with SciAccess to launch Mission: AstroAccess
LightHouse is excited to partner with SciAccess Initiative for the launch of a new program, Mission: AstroAccess.
Cropped map of Gaza and West Bank with braille labels on right, keyed items on left.
New from Touching The News: Tactile Map of Gaza Strip and West Bank
Title: Israel, Gaza, West Bank Description: Map of Israel-Palestine, Gaza Strip, West Bank, Golan, and neighboring countries. The map includes
17-year old twin sisters Madison and Paige
Welcome back, EHC!
On July 5, Enchanted Hills Camp reopened its grounds to 45 eager teen campers.
Aerial view of San Francisco's waterfront Aquatic Park and Pier and the surrounding cove
San Francisco’s Aquatic Park and Pier Wants Your Input
San Francisco’s scenic and historic waterfront is revamping the space and creating a new community-led project entitled the Aquatic Park
Janet Pomeranz standing in the opening of the Humboldt Moving and Storage Co. van holding a sign that says LightHouse of the North Coast
LightHouse of the North Coast has a New Home
LightHouse North Coast office has moved to the Grove Building at 317 Third Street in Old Town, Eureka.
Two people wearing masks standing six feet apart in the LightHouse building lobby at 1155 Market Street
It’s official: LightHouse offices reopen September 7
We can not wait to reopen our doors and welcome students and guests back.
Personal safety instructor George Freeman leading a self-defense class
LightHouse offers personal safety seminars with Martial Arts Instructor, George Freeman
LightHouse felt it was important to develop an inclusive personal safety workshop that would instill confidence in our community as
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