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2024 Calendar of Events

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April
22 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
24 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
27 - Kentucky Derby Afternoon Tea - Louisville, KY
27 - Deaf Recovery Group: A Safe Space for American Sign Language Users - Lexington, KY
27 - Maker's Mark Bourbon Distillery Tour (ASL Interpreted) - Loretto, KY
30 - Dinner Table Project for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Families - Florence, KY

May
4 - Deaf Night Out - Danville, KY
6 - Deaf Recovery Group - Zoom Meeting
7 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
11 - Maker's Mark Bourbon Distillery Tour (ASL Interpreted) - Loretto, KY
17 - Woodford Theatre: "Grease" (ASL Interpreted Performance) - Versailles, KY
17-19 - Silent Weekend 2024 - Louisville, KY
18 - Kentucky Hands & Voices: SuperHERO 5K Walk - Richmond, KY
18 - Deaf Night Out - Louisville, KY
18 - EKU Interpreter Outreach Program - Andrea Bright-Fontana: "Child Protective Services and the CPC" - Webinar
CEUs available
20 - Deaf Recovery Group - Zoom Meeting
21 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
23 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
29 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
31 - June 2 - Family Learning Vacation 2024: "Buddy Games" - Danville, KY

June
May 31 - 2 - Family Learning Vacation 2024: "Buddy Games" - Danville, KY
8 - Deaf Night Out - Danville, KY     Throwback 1980's Prom flyer
13 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
15 - Maker's Mark Bourbon Distillery Tour (ASL Interpreted) - Loretto, KY
17 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
19 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.
22 - Heuser Hearing Institute: "Hear on the River Gala" - Louisville, KY
25 - The Comprehensive Behavioral Health Preparedness Toolkit: "Prepare Your Community for Disasters and Crises with Free Virtual Trainings" - Virtual
Note: Registration must be completed by two days prior to event.

July
9-10 - 2024 KYEDHH Summer Conference - Richmond, KY
15-19 - Kentucky Deaf-Blind Project: Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) - Louisville, KY

August
17 - Deaf Awareness Day @ the Louisville Zoo - Louisville, KY

September
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October
18 - Heuser Hearing Institute: "Butterflies in Motion Luncheon" - Louisville, KY

November
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December
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ONGOING MEETINGS & EVENTS

Meetings:

Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) Chapters are local or area-wide organizations offering regularly-scheduled meetings and programs. The Chapters offer emotional support, camaraderie, tips and techniques for living with hearing loss, and technical information about hearing assistance devices. They are self-help organizations dedicated to education, advocacy and support for people who do not hear well. The meetings are free and open to the public. Check out the Twelve Reasons Why Self-help Groups are Good for You. For a chapter near you see below:

  • HLAA Kentuckiana Chapter (HLAAKC) - Meetings are in Louisville, Kentucky at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of most months. (Their monthly meeting location will be updated & captured in the www.hearinglosskentucky.org website and search under the Kentuckiana Chapter tab for meeting information.) Real Time Captioning is used at the meetings. Contact us at info@hearinglosskentucky.org and visit our website at www.hearinglosskentucky.org.
  • HLAA Kentucky Home Chapter (HLAAKHC) – Meetings are in Bardstown, Kentucky at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Monday of most months at the Nelson County Public Library, 201 Cathedral Manor. Remote Real Time Captioning is used at the meetings. Contact us at info@hearinglosskentucky.org or 502-349-6792 and visit our website at www.hearinglosskentucky.org.
  • HLAA Bowling Green Resources – The co-leaders who served the Bowling Green hearing loss community for over five years, will continue to serve as a resource for hearing loss information and when appropriate engage in advocacy on behalf of individuals with hearing loss and should in time there exists a desire to resurrect a Hearing Loss Association of America Bowling Green Chapter, they will be most willing to mentor those who are prepared to lead it. Contact them at info@hearinglosskentucky.org and visit our website at www.hearinglosskentucky.org.

Louisville Deaf Senior Citizens - meets in January, April, July and October at the Derby City Community Center, 1401 Cadillac Court, Louisville, KY

1st Thursday is Potluck at 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

3rd Thursday is Social/Games at 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Recovery Café Lexington

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Accessible Support Group

See the flyer for more information.

This support group will meet every Tuesday.


ASL Socials:

1st & 2nd Fridays of the month - Deaf Coffee Chat & Silent Dinner/Deaf Socials - Louisville, KY

The second Friday of the following months: January, April, July and October: ASL Social/Silent Dinner in the Jefferson Mall's Food Court - Louisville, KY

The second Friday of the following months: February, March, May, June, August, September, November and December: ASL Social/Silent Dinner in the Mall St. Matthew's Food Court - Louisville, KY

1st & 3rd Fridays of the month - Fayette Mall Deaf Social - Lexington, KY at 6 p.m.

2nd & 4th Wednesdays of the month - Applebee's - Danville, KY at 10 p.m.

2nd & 4th Thursdays of the month throughout EKU's semesters, Silent Coffee - Purdy's Coffee Co. on EKU's campus - Richmond, KY

2nd Friday of every month - Deaf Coffee Chat - Starbucks - Florence, KY at 7:00-9:00 p.m.