Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Central)
  • The Library Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing is currently closed due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. If you currently have materials checked out, please hold onto them until we reopen. We encourage you to use our online resources in the meantime.  For Events posted on the Calendar - please contact the sponsor to see if the event has been cancelled before you go. If you have questions, email dhoh@nashville.gov.

Social Activities

A career as a musician seems an uncommon choice for a person who has had a hearing loss since childhood, but Madeleine Slate has become just that.

Come out and meet our new employee and make some cool book art by making flowers and garland out of pages!  We will have all of the supplies, you only need to come and hang out!  

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Please join us for a time of Fellowship, fun, food, and door prizes. We will have a BAKED POTATO BAR.

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Spring Unity Festival.  Activities include Kids Zone, Free Food & Clothing, Music, & Health Care and much more.

This is an ASL friendly event.

This organization is for mostly Deaf/Hard of Hearing adults who come to the meeting and socialize in American Sign Language.

Do you want FREE tickets to the interpreted performance of Seussical Jr.? Go to the Partnership Facebook page and comment and share for your chance to win 2 tickets!

Bring your children and grandchildren to clebrate Sesame Street's 50th anniversary with DeafConnect! Enjoy crafts, games, and refreshments.

CALLING ALL LADIES!  THIS SHOULD BE A FUN NIGHT.  WE HAVE SOME GREAT PRIZES.  PLEASE RSVP TO TARA BY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH.  

Kenny Tedford is one of two deaf people in the world with a Masters in Storytelling, which he earned at 55, after being told that he wouldn't complete the third grade.

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