Hands On PAH! is a service of the Wilton Free Public Library, that is dedicated to meeting the information and accessibility needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities of western and central Maine; it also informs the general public about hearing loss, the Deaf community, American Sign Language, and Deaf culture.
Hands On PAH! is guided by an Advisory Committee of Deaf and hearing volunteers who are responsible for communications with the Deaf community, fund-raising, event planning, and development of library services. The Library welcomes ideas, feedback, and comments from interested community members.
What does “Pah” mean?
PAH! is an expression in American Sign Language that, loosely translated, means “Finally, we made it!””What a breakthrough!” “Victory!”, or, “It’s about time!” We are proud to “finally” offer these services to the Maine’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities.
For more information contact:
Wilton Free Public Library
6 Goodspeed St; P.O. Box 454
Wilton, ME 04294
TTY/Fax: (207) 645-9417