Deaf Events in the South United States

Deaf Events in the South

Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C., and West Virginia

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176 replies
  1. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Arlington, TX
    Deaf and Hard of Hearing Awareness Day
    12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m
    Six Flags Over Texas
    Six Flags Over Texas is happy to host Deaf Awareness Day for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing during Holiday in the Park on Saturday, December 14, 2019! It’s a magical time of year filled with enchanting experiences for the whole family. This breathtaking winter wonderland features a variety of delightful and interactive activities to help capture the holiday spirit.
    During this event, select shows will be interpreted for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Attention future interpreters and ASL Clubs – this is your chance to see interpreters in different settings throughout the day!
    Purchase your tickets in advance for $41.99, plus tax or tickets will also be available on the day of the event at the Deaf Day Booth after you pass through security for $44.99, plus tax. Booth will only be open on the day of the event from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the Marvin D. Loeb Scholarship Fund for the TCC Sign Language Interpreting Program.
    For more information, please contact Sammie Sheppard, or 817-515-1346 at the TCC Sign Language Interpreting Program.

  2. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Chantilly, VA
    Paint Pottery & Pour
    Fundraiser for Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons Event
    Clay Café (Sully Plaza Shopping Center)
    14511 G Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy, Chantilly, VA 20151
    25% of the proceeds will be donated.
    More information:

  3. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Washington DC
    PT Rocks – DeafBlind Friendly Social
    Union Market DC, 1309 5th NE, Washington, DC 20002
    Description: Come wind down your week and meet the folks (Jelica Nuccio, CM Hall, and Heather Holmes) who are a part of the DeafBlind Interpreting National Training & Resource Center as we visit DC! This event is an opportunity to socialize and practice protactile language! Come learn, laugh, and meet some great folks!
    Contact Information:

  4. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Columbus, GA
    All Deaf Dinner
    The Speakeasy (3123 Mercury Dr, Columbus, GA 31906)
    Description: It’s not just for the ladies, it’s for everyone! Invite your spouses, your family, & your friends, all Deaf, Hard of Hearing, & Hearing! If you want to learn sign language & the Deaf culture, come & join us!

    Contact Information: RSVP to the Facebook event by 10/31/19

  5. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Nashville, TN
    Deaf Community Pumpkin Fest
    Centennial Park, Nashville, TN
    Join us for a crazy afternoon of FUN! The Deaf Community Pumpkin Fest is a wild day of pumpkin based games and sports and crafts and munchies. Keep an eye out for more information, but this event is going to be one you don’t want to miss!
    Click below for more info:

  6. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Houston, TX
    Deaf Day at Space Center Houston
    Time: Check the link for the schedule for the day (Tour reservations required)
    Location: Space Center Houston, 1601 NSA Pkway, Houston, Texas, 77058
    Description: Join us Oct. 19 for Deaf Day at Space Center Houston honoring the contributions of Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons in human space exploration.
    Contact Information:

  7. josewink
    josewink says:

    Bible Alive conference at the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. This Deaf-led event will take place November 8–10, 2019.
    Creation Museum 2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd., Petersburg, KY 41080
    Ark Encounter 1 Ark Encounter Dr, Williamstown, KY 41097
    Experience Faith-Equipping Sessions, an ASL Movie Presentation, Bible Time for Children, Deaf-led Worship, and Deaf Pastors and Missionary Training.
    Interpreters Available
    During breaks in the conference, attendees can tour the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter and enjoy ASL interpretation during specific times at each location. It’s a wonderful time of fellowship and learning for all involved.

  8. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Nashville, TN
    DeafNation Expo
    The Fairgrounds Nashville, Expo 3
    401 Wingrove Street, Nashville, TN 37203
    Description: DeafNation Expo offers many different booths with information about services for the Deaf/HOH, Deaf owned businesses sell their books, media, and apparel. The expo also offers you a chance to step into the Deaf Community. There will be shows to watch throughout the day. Check the website for a list of the schedule for the day.
    Free Registration:

  9. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Austin, TX
    Danny Skits Show
    Texas School for the Deaf, 1102 S. Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704
    Description: Danny Murphy is a British Deaf actor and he is fluent in British Sign Language, BSL. Deaf Hangout, Inc. is very proud to present Danny’s Skits Show and it is a comedy and kid friendly performance. He will use both languages, BSL and ASL during his show!
    Purchase Tickets here:

  10. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Daytona Beach, FL
    Stavro’s Pizza Silent Dinner
    Location: Stavro’s Pizza House, 262 S Beach St., Daytona Beach, FL 32114
    Description: The Daytona State ASL Club would love for you to join us for our Silent Dinner event at Stavro’s Pizza! Everyone is welcome! Come for dinner, drinks, and lots of signing practice!

    This event will be held after our Camp Endeavor Forever ASL Mime Show charity fundraising event:

    We look forward to seeing you guys there!
    Contact person: Original Event post:

  11. Gdelgado2911
    Gdelgado2911 says:

    Looking for deaf events (or any deaf resources) near El Paso, TX. If you know of any, or your near El Paso also looking to learn, hit me up!

  12. Jessica M.
    Jessica M. says:

    Library Services for the
    Deaf & Hard of Hearing
    615 Church Street
    Nashville, TN 37219-2314

    Hours: Monday – Friday
    9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Central)


    • Jessica M.
      Jessica M. says:


      WHEN: Every 1st Friday of each month from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM WHERE: Starbucks Coffee 620 SW 19th St Moore, OK

      Every 2nd Friday of each month from 7:00 PM to Closing WHERE: Starbucks Coffee 5836 NW Expressway Oklahoma City, OK

      WHEN: Every 3rd Friday of each month from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM WHERE: Starbucks Coffee 1601 24th Avenue NW Norman, OK

  13. Christina
    Christina says:

    Are there any deaf events in Alabama? I volunteer at my church foodbank and there are several deaf people that come to get help. It is sad because usually they sit alone because they have no way of communicating with others. I plan to try to connect with them this month. Anyone in Alabama wanna join me?

    • Jessica M.
      Jessica M. says:

      It looks like there is a monthly Deaf CoffeeNight

      Office of Deaf Services, ADMH and Montgomery Chapter, AAD
      6:30 – 8:30 PM
      Starbucks: 1601 Eastern Blvd, Montgomery 36117

      A monthly community event that takes place every first Friday.

      All signing levels welcome.

      For more information, please contact:

  14. raesmith2345
    raesmith2345 says:

    If anyone is looking for a deaf event in Louisiana, the next one (that I know of) is October 27 in the city of Alexandria. The address is 6647 First Street, zip code 71303 and its open at 12pm. Admission is $15 for adults with the meal (taco soup with sides) or $7 without the meal. Children 10-17 years old only pay $5. If anyone out there knows of any sooner deaf events in central louisiana sooner than the end of October, please respond! thanks!

    • Anna Stebbins
      Anna Stebbins says:

      For anyone looking for deaf events in Orlando area, please check out the University of Central Florida ASL Facebook page to keep up with all deaf events. We have a few each year and all are posted on that FB page.

  15. miascourse
    miascourse says:

    i am looking for an event or meeting in or around the fort worth Texas area if you can help me in any way please let me know by replying to this comment thank you so much in advance

  16. Donna Day
    Donna Day says:

    Hello~ I am an ASL adjunct for Shepherd University.
    I host a monthly deaf coffee at Panera Bread, Martinsburg WV on 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS from 6-8 pm.
    I also host on the 1st and 3rd TUESDAYS at Starbucks in Winchester, Va.
    You may contact me at 540-931-9124 or email me at: for more information.
    Thank you :)

  17. amithist1999
    amithist1999 says:

    I am an ASL teacher in the Austin area. I am looking for deaf events for my club students. I get a few from TSD but looking for more. If you know of any please let me know. These are High School students so does need to be age correct.

  18. Shaunna Kinney
    Shaunna Kinney says:

    Hello, I would like to meet and become friends with others that are deaf. I am a Hearie, and have always been interested in learning ASL.. I am from Beaumont Texas, southeast Texas.. if anyone see this post and close to my area please reply
    ASAP.. thanks

    • launina williams
      launina williams says:

      Have you searched on the deaf network website, it’s also a houston group called houston deaf or something like that. It’s an event every first Saturday of the month at Sagemont Church.

  19. Hannah Cockrum
    Hannah Cockrum says:

    I’m learning asl, but I am self taught and would love someone to practice with. I’m located in wilmington, nc. If anyone knows any good resources to help teach me I would appreciate all the help I can get.

    • Linda Ayers
      Linda Ayers says:

      Hi Hannah If you are still looking for resources . You can go to Lifeprint .com and/or Start ASL they both have great online courses and they both offer free ones too.

  20. Jessie Leigh
    Jessie Leigh says:

    Hey guys I’m in Roswell/Marietta/Atlanta Georgia I’m learning sign if anyone wants to be friends and work on sign together that be great. 404-838-9780

  21. Dorothy Elaine Howard
    Dorothy Elaine Howard says:

    Hello :)
    I am looking for events in North East Florida. I’m currently in Jacksonville, FL
    Please let me know if there’s any events near me that you know of.

  22. Shawnna
    Shawnna says:

    Looking for deaf events in Beaufort SC. If you know of any please let me know. Thanks
    I will also be in Jacksonville NC April 1st for the weekend. If anything happening there please let me know about that also.

    • Kristy Chase
      Kristy Chase says:

      Hi Sara

      I’m in Northern VA and just joined this course. I don’t know if I’m at your level of knowledge, but I’d love to have a conversational ASL connection. Let me know if you’re interested. I’m in Woodbridge.

      • Jessica Canavan
        Jessica Canavan says:

        Hi Kristy, I am in Northern VA as well, in Haymarket, and am looking for someone to practice with. Please let me know if you’d like to get in touch!

        • Lauren Jones
          Lauren Jones says:

          Hi Jessica! I am also in NoVA (Woodbridge) and I travel to Haymarket/Gainesville area often for work and to hang out with friends. I took a beginners ASL course at Kendall Demonstration Elementary in DC about 6 years ago so I would consider myself to be a fairly proficient beginner (lol) but i’m looking for people to connect with and certainly practice with. I think it would be great for us to connect! Let me know. : )

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