Deaf Events and ASL Meetups

Looking for Start ASL events or public events to attend with the Deaf community or those learning ASL in your area? Or are you looking for others to attend your event? Then this is the place to be!

Here you will find all of the public and private Start ASL events and practice sessions we offer as well as other public Deaf events we find.

For public Deaf events not affiliated with Start ASL, we try our best to find accurate events for you to attend and include them on our calendar. Some events are free, while other events require tickets or an entrance fee. We are not responsible for cancelled events. Contact information is provided as available for each event.

Calendar of Events

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Coffee Time Kansas

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Silent Lunch: Wheaton MD

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Signing Santa: Florida

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Start ASL Online Course Practice Sessions and Events

As a Start ASL Online Course student, you have access to all of our ASL practice events that are offered exclusively for our students:

For current students: All Private Start ASL Online Course Sessions and Events

Information pages for each session/event we offer:

Other Deaf Event Resources

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25 replies
  1. Victoria killinger
    Victoria killinger says:

    Hi I’m just looking for someone to help me with my sign language and communicate with a deaf individual to better my sign language. And I’m wondering if there are any deaf events coming up around the Washington area thanks!

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  2. Allison Chow
    Allison Chow says:

    Come connect, be curious and inspired with Deaf artists A.J Brown! She is going to guide us on an intimate tour of some pieces of personal art. There will be an ASL interpreter present and we will get a chance to chat about what we see in the pieces, how they make us feel and how A.J Brown composed the works!

    More about A.J:

    “I first created my artwork in 1999, with art therapy. This was to help me overcome personal fears.

    One of these fears was a dream that haunted me since my childhood: I’m at the bottom of a well, looking up. I see the Sesame Street puppets, with their mouths opening and closing. Because I’m deaf, I cannot understand what they say, if anything. I feel helpless and isolated.

    This art therapy guided me to take certificates from Emily Carr University. The art therapy helped start me on a new path. I’m still a work in progress. Through my twisted path to here, I’ve learned I have, within me, a unique healing energy that is transmitted when I touch things and people with both hands, and even spending time together with me. It’s why peopl leel good when they are with me. It comes from the Pleiades star system. This is a new healing energy to planet Earth. It is based on Reiki, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Yoga.

    This means my artworks are imbued with my unique healing energy. When someone views my artwork, something in them will shift toward the positive.

    This new healing energy raised me from feeling helpless and isolated to feeling calmness and joy”.

    https://www.comakedo.ca/events/fusedglass-dn7wr

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  3. Ksenia
    Ksenia says:

    I live in Southern Ontario and would prefer virtual events but all of them are in other regions, mostly Philly. Would that affect the fact that I can or can’t join? Or would I still be able to join the event anyways?

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  4. Barb
    Barb says:

    I am looking for opportunities to attend deaf events in Ontario, Canada. I am willing to travel to an event anywhere in southern Ontario.

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  5. theresa morton
    theresa morton says:

    I am looking for a partner to practice with let me know I am available after 2 every day to practice with. Theresa Morton

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  6. theresa morton
    theresa morton says:

    I wanted to know if there is any practice or and deaf events after 2 I work Monday thru Friday I am home by 2. Thanks Theresa Morton

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  7. Justin
    Justin says:

    Hello, I’m looking to join the deaf event for adults on Friday the 13th 10Am-11am. When i click on the event I am unable to locate an area to register. How would i go about getting on the list for that event?

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  8. Jenae F
    Jenae F says:

    I wanted to share another event that is ASL accessible. Every Sunday 9 – 10:15am Rock Hill Community Church, Duluth MN has a live-streamed worship service with an ASL interpreter. Everyone is welcome to attend.

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