Exit 11 Workspace & Coffee House
Coffee House meets Coworking Center
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EVENTS

Exit 11 brings together Community and Business.  The Founder Angela Garland has been a part of small business for almost 3 decades. She knows the challenges of starting, growing and selling a business which is why she has launched a Lunch-n-Learn Series just for those in a small business, starting a business or thinking about it.  All Lunch-N-Learns are on Wednesday at 1:00 for an hour.  You can bring a lunch, call in your order to Exit 11 or just come to the class.  Members are always free and guests are just $7.  Check out the schedule below.  

EXIT 11 EVENTS

Exit 11 brings together Community and Business. 

    COMMUNITY EVENTS

    American Sign Language (ASL): These classes are hosted at Exit 11 and taught by Larry Hinson.  The first Basic class starts April 3 and meets every Tuesday evening from 6-8 pm for 6 weeks.  Cost is $45 per person.

    Women of LBB: Little Black Book of Washington MO is a women's networking group that meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month for Coffee & Connections.  LBB Members meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month.  Visitors are welcome to attend two times before becoming a member.  

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    American Sign Language - Basic

    • Exit 11 Workspace 1351 Jefferson Street, Suite 120 Washington, MO, 63090 United States (map)

    Larry Hinson is offering a 6 week American Sign Language (ASL) class at Exit 11 on Tuesday evenings starting September 4th.  This is a beginners Class.  Larry is a comedian, teacher and passionate about helping people learn to sign.  He is also deaf.  It is his mission to teach the hearing community how to interact with the deaf community.  He will make you laugh and learn.  

    Who should attend?

    • Family members who want to communicate better with deaf relatives.
    • Individuals interested in learning basic sign to communicate with deaf individuals in their local community.
    • Shop owners who want to communicate with their deaf customers.
    • Medical professionals who want to communicate with deaf patients.
    • Police and Fire personnel
    • Parents/Grandparents who want to learn to communicate with their baby by teaching basic signs for "more", "done", "eat", "change" and other signs for everyday items.
    Later Event: September 4
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