Children Programs

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Interpreted Storytimes

Children's Storytime is an opportunity for children and their adults to come together for stories, songs, crafts and more

Toddler Storytime for children under age 3 is offered at 9:30 a.m. Sessions last for about 20 minutes.

Preschool Storytime for children ages 3 and up is offered at 10:15 a.a.. Sessions last for about 45 minutes. 

Library website: http://www.wclibrarytn.com/

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Interpreted Story Time


Children's Storytime is an opportunity for children and their adults to come together for stories, songs, crafts and more.

Toddler Storytime for children under age 3 is offered at 9:30 a.m.. Sessions last for about 20 minutes.

Preschool Storytime for children ages 3 and up is offered at 10:15 a.m.. Sessions last for about 20 minutes.

Library website: http://www.wclibrarytn.com/

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NCT offers professionally sign-interpreted performances for all of its mainstage productions.

When choosing your seats, be aware that the interpreter is usually positioned in front of the stage, house left. 

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NCT offers professionally sign-interpreted performances for all of its mainstage productions.

When choosing your seats, be aware that the interpreter is usually positioned in front of the stage, house left. 

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Looking forward to seeing you there!

For families and children with hearing concerns!

The story time is part of the Williamson County Public Library System.

There is no fee for this opportunity.

 

Songs, Finger Plays, and special manipulatives for the children.

Story will be read aloud in English and available in American Sign Language as requested.

 

R.S.V.P.

Tracy Duncan – t.duncan@tsdeaf.org

865-320-3754 (mobile)

 

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This retreat is for children ages 9-12. This amazing retreat is a time of learning about God, growing as a children's group of the Deaf Church, cooking, laughter, and games, as well as an offsite location. If interested, contact Scott Corey, Student Minister at scorey@brentwoodbaptist.com

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Trunk-or-Treat is open to ALL CHILDREN in costume!

Please note:  Parents must accompany their kiddos as they enjoy this fun, completely language-accessible community event. Hearing children will be shown how to sign Halloween vocabulary.

Adults are invited to bring their vehicles--decorated with fun and cool Halloween decorations--and hand out candy to our Trunk-or-Treaters! It's even more fun if you're in costume, too!