A social gathering reminiscent of the Deaf community's long history  and tradition of gathering together to keep abreast of what's happening, as well as preserve the legacy and knowledge about Deaf people, their languages, cultures, and experiences in the United States and around the world.

Each of MDHAC's Cultural Series will have featured presentations related to Deaf history, arts and culture to inspire meaningful appreciations of the rich, vibrant culturo-linguistic community, as well as invoke the truth of the struggles and resistance the Deaf community experience world-wide.

Voice intepreting provided upon request

Other reasons to come to the Cultural Series . . . join us for an opportunity to connect with others who support the Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture® and its Mission.   Members and guests gather together to meet and greet, plus learn from featured presentations relating to Deaf history, arts and culture!

for more information call 913.324.5348 or

email support@museumofdeaf.org

MUSEUM OF DEAF HISTORY, ARTS & CULTURE   (formerly DEAF CULTURAL CENTER)

OPEN:    WED-SAT     10am - 4pm

2nd Saturday - Docent tours 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

FREE Admission & Parking

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455 EAST PARK STREET

OLATHE, KANSAS  66061

913.324.5348

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