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Blind and Low Vision Access, Support & Tech (BLAST) (fka Tech Talk & More) is a social group that gathers to learn about assistive technology and other resources that increase the independence and confidence of people who are blind or low vision. Participants share experiences and life hacks with their peers. Topics vary. All meetings are free. RSVP required. New participants welcome any time.

Registration Link: bitl.y/ETPSB22

Dates and location are subject to change. So be sure to register!

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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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Deaf Community and everyone else!

We are having Dr. Deborah C. Pichler, a professor, and researcher, from Gallaudet University, provide an educational workshop on Language Learning & Brain Development in deaf and hard-of-hearing young children!

Everyone is welcome to attend! Great for parents, education professionals, and the community. 

There is a raffle to win a basket from Buff City Soap! Refreshments provided.

Be sure to RSVP! (You must be logged into Google to RSVP)

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This workshop will examine the current research regarding the factors that inform the interpreting process.

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Celebrate Summer Reading! Join us at one of our events across the city for some fun in the sun. Bring your own blanket and snacks and we'll provide the entertainment! Special guests include Mr. Bond's Science Guys, Rachel Rodriguez, the balloon art of Scott Tripp, and more! It starts from 10 am to 12 pm with interpreters provided! We have light snacks, water, sunscreen, and lots of free books and other goodies to give away. 

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Celebrate Summer Reading! Join us at one of our events across the city for some fun in the sun. Bring your own blanket and snacks and we'll provide the entertainment! Special guests include Mr. Bond's Science Guys, Rachel Rodriguez, the balloon art of Scott Tripp, and more! It starts from 10 am to 12 pm with interpreters provided! We have light snacks, water, sunscreen, and lots of free books and other goodies to give away. 

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Celebrate Summer Reading! Join us at one of our events across the city for some fun in the sun. Bring your own blanket and snacks and we'll provide the entertainment! Special guests include Mr. Bond's Science Guys, Rachel Rodriguez, the balloon art of Scott Tripp, and more! It starts from 10 am to 12 pm with interpreters provided! We have light snacks, water, sunscreen, and lots of free books and other goodies to give away. 

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Families are faced with all sorts of new challenges and situations that they don't know how to handle. Frequently they turn to well-meaning friends or the internet for answers. Unfortunately, these sources don't always have the best or correct answers. It is best to turn to some one who has the right answers. Elder Law of Middle Tennessee will be available to share information on planning for your future, powers of attorney, living wills, caring for adults and children with special needs, and how you can use technology in this process.