St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf
In celebration of its 175th anniversary, the St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf will be hosting a dinner and recapping its progress as an organization.
The institute has been treating children with deafness since 1837, according to a press release. Today, it treats almost 500 children a year using internet therapy, early intervention and pediatric audiology. It serves the St. Louis and Indianapolis areas.
St. Joseph's will host a mass presided over by Archbishop Carlson and dinner at the Chesterfield campus, 1809 Clarkson Rd., on Aug. 24. The mass is at 5 p.m., a social hour begins at 6 p.m., and dinner is at 7:30.
Registration is $75 and can be made by calling 636-532-3211 or at its website.