Social Activities

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Peter Pan, a magical boy who refuses to grow up, brings the Darling children from their home to Neverland, where they have adventures with Indians, The Lost Boys, and the dreaded Captain Hook and his crew
of pirates. Wendy Darling, quite enchanted with Peter, must decide whether to return home to grow up or remain forever in Neverland.

Reservations are strongly recommended by going to www.TicketsNashville.com. or by calling (615) 847-0934.

Ticket prices are $14 per Adult, and $10 for Seniors, Students and Children. Group rates available. Lakewood Theatre is located at 2211 Old Hickory Blvd. in Old Hickory, TN.

The Sunday, Dec. 9 performance will be ASL interpreted for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Peter Pan is produced in cooperation with Metro Arts.

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Saturday, April 27 is NCT's open-captioned performance of Go, Dog. Go! The big dog party is back by popular demand in an all-new production! This innovative adaptation of one of the best-loved books for early readers bursts to life on NCT's stage in an explosion of movement, a kaleidoscope of color and a circus-wagon load of clowning. Join Red Dog, Blue Dog, Yellow Dog and Green Dog as they bark, scoot, scratch, drive, and howl at the moon. Go, Dog. Go! is an exhilarating celebration of childhood for children of all ages. Approximate Runtime: 60 minutes Open-captioning uses a text display to provide a simultaneous transcription of dialogue, lyrics, and sound effects during a live performance. The service is open to everyone for viewing in a designated seating area. Open-Captioning is co-sponsored by Tennessee Captioning.
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Saturday, March 16 is NCT open-captioned performance of The Wind in the Willows NCT's Copeland and Binkley blended Kenneth Grahame's plot and poetry with the music and lyrics of Gilbert and Sullivan, crafting a delightful confection that is absolutely sure to please. It is spring, and little Mole emerges from hibernation to explore the wonders of peaceful life along the riverbank with his new friend, Ratty. Peaceful, that is, until the irrepressible Mr. Toad develops a most unsavory obsession with...motorcars. Not even wise Old Badger can prevent Toad's disastrous dash down the road to ruin, and soon Toad is in jail and Toad Hall is in the hands of Weasels! Approximate Runtime: 65 minutes Open captioning uses a text display to provide a simultaneous transcription of dialogue, lyrics, and sound effects during a live performance. The service is open to everyone for viewing in a designated seating area. Open-Captioning is co-sponsored by Tennessee Captioning.
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Saturday, Jan 26 is an open-captioned performance of NCT's Don't Tell Me I Can't Fly. Meet Tonia – an artistic 9 year-old with fantastic dreams of a giant future. Tonia's mom wants her to be like a doll, perfectly mannered and always the same age. Tonia's dad wants her to blend into the crowd in a world where African-Americans who stand tall are easier to cut down. This regional premiere is an engaging and humorous look at family life inspired by the life and work of collage artist Della Wells. Approximate Runtime: 90 minutes (weekend performances have an intermission) Open captioning uses a text display to provide a simultaneous transcription of dialogue, lyrics, and sound effects during a live performance. The service is open to everyone for viewing in a designated seating area. Open-Captioning is co-sponsored by Tennessee Captioning.
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Saturday, December 2 is an Open-Captioned performance of NCT's production of You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Opening on Broadway in 1999, this musical revival is a fresh approach to a classic of the American musical theatre. Linus, Lucy, Sally, Schroeder, Snoopy and Charlie Brown – the most beloved gang of kids in America – will take you for a wise and hilarious romp through the world of PEANUTS. A wonderful treat for the whole family! Approximate Runtime: 2 hours with Intermission Open captioning uses a text display to provide a simultaneous transcription of dialogue, lyrics, and sound effects during a live performance. The service is open to everyone for viewing in a designated seating area. Open-Captioning is co-sponsored by Tennessee Captioning.
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Please join us for Pancake and Sausage Day on Friday, December 14th! We will be serving our traditional pancake and sausage breakfast from 6:30 to 11:30 AM. And of course there's the silent auction, crafts, baked goods, the white elephant booth, and more! Come and join the fun!

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Peggy Anne Rogers is hostess.  Cost is $5 per person. RSVP is needed by December 6th.  White elephant gift exchange (bring something you no longer need or want, wrap it up and join in the fun gift-giving game we do annually.)  

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Join us for a fun evening of learning how to LINE DANCE! What better way to celebrate Nashville, TN?! There is no cost to attend, just a fun evening for Deaf and Hearing people alike. Line Dancing is easy to learn and fun to do, so this is an event you don't want to miss! So grab your boots or your tennis shoes and throw on a pair of country jeans and get on out to the Brentwood Y on November 30th!

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Join the First Baptist Church Deaf Congregation at Trentham Hall for a Christmas Dinner!  

Thomas Cook from Dotson Baptist Church will be the guest speaker.  

Turkey, dressing, gravy and tea/coffee will be provided.  We ask that everybody please bring 2 covered dishes large enough to feed more than 10 people. If your last name starts with A through M please bring a hot vegetable.  If it starts with N through R please bring a cold salad.  It you last name starts with S through Z please bring a dessert. 

Please RSVP before December 2nd to Debra Moore.

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Lunch provided and a fun craft for the kids while parents socialize.