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America's most beloved holiday movie is now a Big Broadway musical!  Back this holiday season by popular demand!  This is a bright, bouyant, musical retelling of the cherished and much-repeated family comedy.  All of the best-loved moments from the holiday film are in the production, including the leg lamp, the tongue-on-a-flagpole, the bunny suit, the Santa slide and all of Ralphie's extravagant daydreams.  A New York hit at holiday time, all the fun is right here at home again this year, complete with dazzling dance numbers, scrumptious songs, and an incredibly talented cast of youngsters (and adults!).

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America's most beloved holiday movie is now a Big Broadway musical!  Back this holiday season by popular demand!  This is a bright, bouyant, musical retelling of the cherished and much-repeated family comedy.  All of the best-loved moments from the holiday film are in the production, including the leg lamp, the tongue-on-a-flagpole, the bunny suit, the Santa slide and all of Ralphie's extravagant daydreams.  A New York hit at holiday time, all the fun is right here at home again this year, complete with dazzling dance numbers, scrumptious songs, and an incredibly talented cast of youngsters (and adults!).

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Event Sponsored By: Hearing Loss Association of America Chattanooga Chapter                                                                                                                      www.hearingchattanooga.org

A "Heroes With Hearing Loss" Presentation

Program developed by Hamilton CapTel 

  • Free breakfast
  • Program and discussion
  • College information for veteran
  • Hearing Loss Association Display

Heroes With Hearing Loss raises awareness and initiates meaningful dialog about shared hearing loss experiences among veterans, their families and friends-- the Heroes With Hearing Loss program is a platform of engagement, providing insightful solutions and successful lifestyle-focused results.

*A service officer will be present to assist with claims.

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A Day with AB at the Country Music Hall of Fame

WHO: Advanced Bionics candidates and recipients -  Adults and children alike ~ come enjoy the day!!

WHEN: Saturday, June 21st ~ 1:00pm - 2:30pm - Spend the rest of the afternoon in the Museum!!

WHERE: Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum - 222 5th Ave. South ~~ Downtown Nashville

Children, ages 14 years and younger ~~ no charge
Adults, ages 15 years and older ~~ $10 museum ticket
To register, visit ~~ https://www.regonline.com/CMHF

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Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius – but Demetrius is supposed to be marrying Hermia. When the Duke of Athens tries to enforce the marriage, the lovers take refuge in the woods and wander into a dispute between the king and queen of the fairies. In Shakespeare’s family-friendly comedy, anything is possible when young lovers – human and fairy royalty – and an amateur theater troupe reel through romance and spell craft in a moonlit Athenian forest.

For more information about the ASL interpreted performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream click here

To purchase tickets go to http://clarencebrowntheatre.com/plays/a-midsummer-nights-dream/.

*Captioning is provided at Clarence Brown on the first Sunday showing of each play at 2:00pm.

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Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius – but Demetrius is supposed to be marrying Hermia. When the Duke of Athens tries to enforce the marriage, the lovers take refuge in the woods and wander into a dispute between the king and queen of the fairies. In Shakespeare’s family-friendly comedy, anything is possible when young lovers – human and fairy royalty – and an amateur theater troupe reel through romance and spell craft in a moonlit Athenian forest.

This event is produced through a partnership with UT’s Center on Deafness and is designed to be fully accessible for members of the Deaf community with over a dozen interpreters stationed throughout the facility and two teams interpreting the production. Patrons ordering single tickets who need interpreted section seating should contact the Box Office (865) 974.5161 as this is not available online.

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A powerful and deeply affecting portrait of a family in the aftermath of the Holocaust: two sisters, one a survivor of Nazi concentration camps, the other brought up as an American, meet in 1946 after a separation of almost 20 years.

For more information or to purchase tickets go to http://clarencebrowntheatre.com/plays/a-shayna-maidel/

*Captioning is provided at Clarence Brown on the first Sunday showing of each play at 2:00pm.

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You are invited to attend the Hearing Loss Association of America Kentucky Chapters Conference which will be held on September 11-12, 2015 at the Louisville Marriott Downtown, 280 West Jefferson Street. Our two-day educational program is presented by our membership and our partner the Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, to bring better living through information and support in the areas of technology, treatment, and coping skills. The workshops and exhibits will greatly benefit people with hearing loss who seek greater accessibility in all areas of their lives along with their families, friends, and the professionals who work with them. For the sponsorships we received to make this event possible, we are most grateful.

Attending the conference will benefit the lives of proactive people with hearing loss who seek ways to eliminate obstacles so as to more effectively pursue their individual goals. Please join us as we look forward to sharing this world of resources with you!

For current information on the conference visit our website; http://hlaa-ky.org/

 

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Madeleine L'Engle's brilliant science fiction/fantasy adventure is brought to the stage with multimedia theatrical wizardry. On a dark and stormy night, young Meg Murray and her little brother Charles Wallace embark on a dangerous quest to find their missing father. Under the guidance of a mysterious trio, Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which, they will journey beyond the confines of imagination to confront an inconceivable darkness. Only the power of love can save their father – and the universe – from the evil of IT. Approximate Runtime: Approx. 75 minutes plus a 10 minute intermission at weekend performances Sunday, Sept 29th offers a sign interpreted performance.
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The Olympics have ended but Winter Sports FUN doesn't have to! Join us for an Afternoon On Ice as the Deaf Community here in Middle Tennessee gets together for a completely FREE afternoon of private ice time at the A-Game Sportsplex!

This is not just an opportunity to ice skate, there is a lot more happening! We will have an instructor to teach you basic moves like how to start, how to stop, how to properly fall, and how to do some tricks. We will have ice games and races. We will have giveaways. We also have something AMAZING in the works. It hasn't been confirmed but we are trying to get a few surprises added as well, so stay tuned!

It doesn't matter if you have never skated, or you are a skating pro. This is a great event to attend! So whether you want to speed around the rink, or barely let go of the wall, come on out for our PRIVATE ICE TIME at A-Game.

Hope to see you there!