TSHA’s Silent Dinners in Tulsa have been called “the grand-daddy of them all”! They are the oldest and largest in the state.
What exactly IS a Silent Dinner? First of all, they’re not at all silent – they’re pretty loud! Secondly, they are THE place for sign language students to practice and for Deaf people, of all ages, to socialize in sign language. All ages and levels of skill are welcome, from very beginning to native signers. The atmosphere is relaxed and unstructured. Many families attend, and sign classes come as a class activity.More Details›
Our sign classes are all non-credit. These are FUN and informative classes for ages 13 and up (unless otherwise noted).
Students will learn hundreds of signs, some features of American Sign Language grammar and information on deaf culture. Some activities that may be included: games, skill practice, silent dinners, and deaf speakers.Sign Up! ›
March 8, 2019
TSHA invites you to be a sponsor of our fifth annual premier fundraising event, Vintage ’53! This is a unique event that offers guests the opportunity to hear from Sommelier Joe Breaux, founder, and operator of BEVWORKS, speak about the intricacies of various wines that are paired with a gourmet menu prepared by Chef Hope Egan, Red Thistle Catering Co.Click Here>