Social Activities

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Join us on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the 18th Annual SRVS Kids & Families Plane Pull!  This event is the ultimate test of strength:  teams of 25 compete in a friendly competition to see how fast they can pull a FedEx Boeing 757 aircraft weighing in at over 130,000lbs. The team that pulls the plane 12 feet in the fastest time wins!  This event benefits SRVS Kids & Families and is being held in partnership with FedEx and the Millington Regional Jetport.

Gates Open at 9am
Opening Ceremonies begin at 9:30am
Main Event begins at 10:00am

This is a family-friendly event, so bring everyone out to the runway to cheer you on. Enjoy food, fun, and tons of activities for the kids:

  • Inflatables
  • Face painting
  • Carnival Games
  • Door Prizes
  • Fire Truck & Vehicle Tours
  • Music & More

For more information go to http://www.srvs.org/.

If you have additional questions or if interested in sponsorship and volunteering opportunities, contact Dynisha Woods at 901-869-9284 or dynisha.brownwoods@srvs.org.

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Presented by Beltone.

Tickets: $10 each. (From each $10, ticket $1 will be donated to HLAA, Nashville Chapter and $1 will be donated to Bridges) - AVAILABLE THRU AUGUST 15, 2013

We will be giving away a pair of Promise 17 hearing aids, valued at $8,600, courtesy of Beltone!

 ASL interpreter provided by Bridges for the National Anthem, 7th Inning Stretch and public address announcements
 Open Captioning provided by Tennessee Captioning and Hearing Loss Association of America, Nashville Chapter
 Post-game fireworks presented by Nashville’s News 2
 Backpack giveaway for the first 2,000 fans presented by Burger King
 Kids 12 and under run the bases after the game presented by Delta Dental

Gates open at 5:05pm.  Nashville Sounds vs. Round Rock Express.

TO ORDER TICKETS: visit http://sounds.streamlineticketing.com/web/group.asp and enter the following codes:

Username: DHHNight      Password: sounds817

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Bridges Youth Program invites the public to a fun filled evening of fine food and superb socializing.

Bring your friends and family. $10 per person, 10 years and under FREE.

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FULLY ACCESSIBLE using Deaf Talent with Closed Captioning!

#POL21 2021 TN Virtual State Finals will be held broadcast live on Facebook and YouTube Friday March 12, 2021 starting at 6pm CST. Emceed by nationally renowned, multi-genre writer and educator, Caroline Randall Williams, and includes dynamic performances by Nashville musician, Carly Moffa; the State Finalist Poetry Recitation Showcase; and will conclude with the Awards Ceremony and announcement of this year’s TN State Champion

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dq-OS0cWAE

 

 

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The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is having a FREE ADMISSION DAY Sunday, July 26 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

On Sundays, the café opens at noon, and the galleries open at 1:00 p.m.  There are docent tours, with interpreters, available at 1:30 p.m.

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Hosted by Partnership Services

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To benefit the Tennessee School for the Deaf Athletic Department, the 2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride for Sports is on June 21!  Bikers or non-bikers are welcome to come & support. Registration begins at TSD at 12:30 pm.  Enjoy a ride around the area with a final destination at Shiloh Brew & Chew Family Restaurant in Maryville, TN with live music and door prizes.  $25 per rider, $10 per passenger.

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Art Show and sale of original local Deaf artisans' works.

Deaf culture art is more than just a painting, drawing, or crafts. It brings the Deaf community together.  Deaf culture art puts the feelings and emotions that many Deaf people experience into a variety of media.

Exhibit is open: 
Monday, November 4 through Friday, December 27, 2013
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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After losing his best friend during a cross-country bike tour, Leo lands on his grandmother’s West Village doorstep.  Named “Best Play of the Season” by Time Magazine, this award-winning drama explores the funny, frustrating, and ultimately life-changing relationship between a grandson learning to face his life and a grandmother who is starting to forget hers.   *Contains adult language.

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

For more information or to purchase your tickets go to http://clarencebrowntheatre.com/plays/4000-miles/ . 

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This group is open to people who are over 50 in the Nashville area who are Deaf, hard of hearing, or interested in American Sign Language.