Ohio School for the Deaf | Main Building - Town Street School
The Alumni Association was founded in 1870.
The Ohio School for the Deaf Alumni Association (OSDAA), is the largest and one of the oldest in the nation. It is 150 years old. Believe it or not, OSDAA existed before the National Association of the Deaf started. Our alma maters decided to have the first reunion in 1870. Many more historical stories will be shared during the 150th Anniversary event.
We also celebrate our 125th Anniversary of Ohio Home for the Aged and Infirm Deaf (OHAD) which was founded in 1896. It was supported by the approx. 5,000 deaf Ohioans and the sponsor, OSDAA. More than twenty years later, in 1892, our alma maters gathered our seventh reunion, and established the first mission. Come and join us to celebrate one of the richest legacies of deaf history in the nation.
Opening Day: Registration
Delicatessen & Drinks
Town Street: Library & Park - Tours
Trivia Games, Hors d'Oeuvres, Dinner
OSDAA's new future visions
Photo Group, Class Photos & Silent Auctions
Dinner & Entertainment
Our traditional gathering event: Crafts, Bazaar, Food & Drinks
Purchase the ticket & reserve your spot.
(Limited tickets: Up to 200 attendees)
The combo pass costs $200 per person + $10.00 fee Total is $210 per person
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