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Deaf community in Seattle: Community Events

This guide is designed for librarians and library users and provides information on the Deaf Community in Seattle including local resources, institutions, library resources,and tips on furthering your research.

Monthly Meetups

Monthly Events

First Monday every month -
Sign time in Woodinville -7pm at The Flipside Cafe, 13317 NE 175th St, Woodinville 98072. All ages are welcome; Native, CODA, KODA, Bi-Bi, and students! More info:

First Friday every month - 
Jillian's Billard Club 
8pm-2am. 731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, 98109. 206.223.0300. Lots of fun and a great place to socialize. Must be 21 yrs or older.

First Saturday every month-
ASL/Deaf GLBT Social - Starbucks 1600 E Olive Way, Seattle. All are welcome. 
Deaf Coffee House -Puyallup City Gate, 114 4th Ave NW, Puyallup, 98371. 6-9:30pm. Contact John Taft - 253.838.5889 tty/vp. email:, Pager:

Second Friday every month - 
Deaf social at Northgate Mall Food Court
 Seattle, 5-9pm. Kids are welcome!

Third Saturday every month - 
Beveridge Place Pub (BPP) Deaf gathering. 6451 California Ave SW, West Seattle.206.932.9906

Third Sunday every month - 
Deaf Social at Everett mall's Food Court
 Starts at 1:30pm.

Fourth Friday every month - 
Green Lake Deaf Coffee House-
 7-10pm. New Coffeehouse activities will include Crafts, Scrabooking, sewing, storytelling, origami, etc. Plus, Enjoy the family friendly environment w/coffee, pop, tea & desserts, games, chatting with friends, making new friends, etc. 
Where: 8023 Greenlake Dr. North, Seattle, Near corner of 80th & Green Lake Dr. North; across from Bethany Community Church & Next to Bagley Elementary School. for more information contact Joya at

Deaf Spot Light

Deaf Spot Light is a nonprofit organization which provides performance arts, visual arts, and film festivals. One of the upcoming events is to provide an ASL tour at Seattle Art Museum by a deaf art historian who graduated from Gallaudet University  and works in many museums.