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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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    Adventure at The Oaks: Fearless Jean Eppler Finds Excitement at New Home
    Jean’s happiness as a resident of The Oaks’ Garden Apartments is evident. She wears it on her face for all to see. There is always a twinkle in her eyes, broad smile on her face and her demeanor is one that draws people close, to share in whatever funny story she is telling or mischief she is causing.
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    Amen with the Rev. Andrew Comeaux
    If you are like me, 2020 has been a whirlwind of unexpected events and changes. We started off the year with the pandemic, which is still churning on, then racial tension, then hurricanes and now the election. Each one of those causing life disturbing changes to people we know and even ourselves.
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    Kindred Spirits: Residents Reap Many Benefits from Social Interaction
    Socialization and friendship are key to happier, heathier senior adults. People who continue to maintain close friendships and find other ways to interact socially live longer than those who become isolated.
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