Children Programs

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We have a family in the ASL Community who will be going to Ukraine. WE want to help by bringing First Aid Items. Put it on your calendar to visit Deaf Santa at John P. Holt Brentwood Library

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Frederick Douglass emancipated himself from slavery and went on to become outspoken abolitionist, author and famous public speaker.  Frederick Douglass' last home in Washington, DC is now preserved and operated by the National Park Service and year-round the site offers a variety of special programs to the public.  The site's annual oratorical contest is an opportunity for students in 1st to 12th grades that includes students learning a portion of one of Douglass' speeches and performing it for a panel of judges.  There is both an on-line contest on December 7th and 8th (so students can be

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A FREE event, Haunted Museum brings together some of the state’s finest storytellers to deliver chilling ghost stories from Tennessee’s past for all ages. Guests can also enjoy snacks, games, art activities, and costume parades. Join us in the Forging a Nation gallery for demonstrations of the Museum’s 18th Century printing press. Those attending the Haunted Museum event are invited to wear costumes and join in on the fun!

Performance by the Nashville Puppet Truck

Costumes Welcome!

With American Sign Language Interpretation

 

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"Gracie's Ears" by Debbie Blackington will be read with American Sign Language interpretation!

For parents, grandparents and caregivers with young children ages 3-6, we invite you to join us for Tennessee Storytime. This is a great place for children to hear us read books related to our state’s people, culture, and history. Be sure to take advantage of some Tennessee-themed activities and crafts related to the books. 

Gracie’s ears are asleep. One day she gets new hearing ears, and her ears are awake! Let’s follow along as she learns to use her new hearing aids.

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The Signing ACEs Cooking Club is open to kids third grade and up!  If we have enough interest, we might create a special class for younger children.

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Come one! Come all! Come spend the day with us! Our sponsors will provide subs, dessert, and water. We will have a cake auction, games with lots of door prizes.

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DEAF EVENTS WEEKEND!!

Friday, July 29th, 2022: The Deaf Camp is having a FUN last day of camp... CARNIVAL DAY! Complete with bouncy houses, games, and fried oreos happening at Deaf Church at Brentwood Baptist. Join us as we celebrate Deaf/HoH children and their families! *No RSVP needed*