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News & Events

There’s always something going on at The Oaks of Louisiana.  

You’ve come to the right place to learn about the latest news from The Oaks. We are pleased to share announcements with our friends and the public right here. Check back frequently as we continue to grow. For more news click here.

Wonderful events are part of what makes this a special place. What interests you?  A University at The Oaks presentation by a college professor? A culinary presentation and tasting? How about a book review?  A celebration of music with the Shreveport Opera Express?  Maybe a Bible study?  Perhaps you would enjoy our Earth Day celebration or Blessing of the Animals. Yes, we certainly have variety! You’re sure to find something of interest, so check back frequently. Many of our events are open to the public, a perfect time for you to get to know our campus and the wonderful neighbors you’ll have when you move to The Oaks of Louisiana. For a listing of events, click here.

News

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    Oaks Staff Takes Away the Burden of Home, Lawn Maintenance and Upkeep
    Imagine a life where you don’t have to do anything but enjoy your best years. Your retirement should not be full of worries about home maintenance and yard upkeep, but it should be full of hours in your day to do what you have always wanted to do: Travel more, enjoy the company of family and friends, pursue creative passions, develop a new hobby.
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    Natural Wonder: Time Spent Outside is Key to a More Fulfilled Life
    Being outdoors is critical for people of all ages, but even more so for senior adults because it has the potential to improve their health and well-being. The Oaks of Louisiana, through design, programs offered, and lifestyle, promotes overall wellness, keeping residents as independent as possible for as long as possible, helping them age well.
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    How Does Her Garden Grow?
    Garden Apartments resident Martha Thompson has a green thumb. Fellow residents have reaped the benefits of her gardening skills for the past few years and will do so once again this year if looks of a thriving Oaks community garden are any indication.
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