Social Activities


Come one, come all to Bridges to start the holiday season with a movie! We will be showing "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" with captioning and audio. This movie night is open to the entire Bridges community--Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Hearing, Board Members, Interpreters, & Volunteers. Hot cocoa and popcorn will be served. Childcare will be provided in the Youth Center, and they will be enjoying their own holiday movie.


Interpreters are available. Email Becky Walls to reserve your tickets. Price is $10.00. Deadline is November 26th to confirm you're going. Becky will order tickets online right after that date. Email her at if interested. You also have the option to attend Sunday night Dec. 8th. You can make your own arrangements for that night if you wish.


4:00 p.m. - Meet inside the Delta Portico of the Opryland Hotel. Park at the OpryMills Mall parking lot (433 Opry Mills Dr., Nashville, TN 37214) in between the mall and the hotel. Follow the sidewalk that takes you to the hotel and you will be entering the Delta Portico.

6:00 p.m. - Meet in front of the movie theater inside the Oprymills Mall. We will then see how many we have for dinner and look for a restaurant that can seat us all. If we can't find one, we will eat in the food court.


Location:  In the Auditorium

Sponsored by A.C.C.O.R.D.
(Advocates for Community Collaboration, Outreach & Resources for D/HH)


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.


Come see the new Naida CI Q70!!

Join us for lunch and socializing! 

Please RSVP to Kelly Harris, Nashville BEA Chapter Leader (info above)

The meeting will be held in the Nashville Public Library Conference Center - Room 1


Grab your coats and hats and come watch the Sign Club Co. in the Hendersonville Christmas parade. Christmas songs will be signed along with the Station Camp marching band. Bonnie Sloan, the first deaf football player in the NFL will be in the caboose of the Sign Club float!!


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


Please join us for a potluck and presentation by Wymon Brown from Hamilton Funeral Home and Cremation as he talks about the costs of funerals and what we should know in order to prepare. 

For the potluck, please RSVP and bring a dish corresponding to this list: 

Last name beginning with: A-H: Bring salad/pasta & rolls, I-Q: Bring a casserole or side dish, R-Z: Bring a dessert

Everybody should bring their own drinks.