We will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day.
PLEASE RSVP SO THAT SPOTS CAN BE RESERVED.
Join us as we tour Amish farms on a horse drawn carriage in Ethridge, TN. We will begin with an Amish lunch at the Red Rooster at 11:00 a.m. Our tour begins at 1:00 p.m.
Transportation is not included, but carpooling is encouraged! Travel time is about 1.5 hours from Hermitage (Emmanuel Lutheran Church).
Directions: Take I-65 South to exit #46 (US-412/TN-99/Bear Creek Pike). Turn right. This road turns into US 43-S. Continue for 38 miles.
Park at the Amish Welcome Center on the right, at the corner of US 43-S and Brewer Road. If you want to Google it or use your GPS, the address is : 4001 US 43 N. Ethridge, TN. 38456.
Tour - Adults (13 years and up) $8.00 (group rate)
Child (age 5-12) $4.00 (group rate)
Child (under 5) - free
For Deaf, Hard of Hearing, their families, & professionals who serve them.
Food: Make and Take Trail Mix, Lemonade, Water
Activities: Relay Races, Scavenger Hunt, Face Painting, Cake Walk, and more....
This event is brought to you by Tennessee Hands & Voices
Meat and drinks will be provided but please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
Lunch & activity or craft for the kids while parents socialize.
A Comedy Performance presented in American Sign Language. Enjoy bits from his on-the-road stand-up comedy. (Voice interpreting provided. For other accommodations, please contact us at least 5 days in advance.)
The show is for Deaf, Hearing,Recovering S.E.E. Signers, Interpreters, and ASL Students.
The UT Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) is hosting its 4th annual golf tournament on Saturday, April 20th. They plan to use the funds raised to purchase hearing aids for young adults whose insurance will not provide for them. Lunch is provided for the golfers at noon with tee-off at 1:00 pm. The price for a single golfer is $65 or $250 for a team of 4 people. Please see the attachment for additional information on signing up and for contact information for additional questions.
HLAA will help volunteer at the Cornbread Festival in order to gain donations for Walk4Hearing.
This event will benefit Signal Centers.
The first wave of runners leaves at 3:00, the next at 3:30, the next at 4:00, etc.