HISTORY

Austin Association of the Deaf’s (est. 1946) purpose is to provide fellowship, educational, recreational, cultural opportunities, inclusive communication and to work in harmony with any organization(s) and/or business(es) to develop the business opportunities for the Association.

We are a place where the Deaf community in Austin can socialize and network within our community. We are open during Friday and Saturday nights.  Come and enjoy good company, good drinks, and a place where you can be yourself.  Our club has a full-sized bar, an outdoor patio and yard, and plenty of games and activities. Our club also can be rented out as a venue by either private individuals or by our affiliate organizations.

We welcome you to become a member of our community and enjoy the benefits that we have to offer!

  • 2016 | Austin Deaf Club's New Building Renovation opened. 
     

  • 2014 | Greater Austin Foundation of the Deaf inherited $100,000.00 to Austin Deaf Club.
     

  • 1973 | First building construction began.
     

  • 1970 | Purchased 3 acres lot in 8818 Cullen Lane Austin, TX 78748.
     

  • 1958 | Austin Deaf Club moved to the place on Riverside Drive and South Congress.
     

  • 1947 | Celebrated a year in anniversary at Bastrop State Park.
     

  • 1946 | Austin Deaf Club was founded on 10th street and Trinity Street.

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Clubhouse Address
8818 Cullen Lane
Austin, TX 78748

Club Hours
Upon open for Reservations
Fridays: 7:00 pm – 1:00 am
Saturdays: 7:00 pm – 2:00 am

Club Closed on every 5th weekend

Mailing Address
Austin Association of the Deaf
P.O. Box 3884
Austin, Texas 78764-3884

Closed Temporarily

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Austin Association of the Deaf is a 501(c) (7) organization.

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