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Oakmont Book Club

Oakmont Book Club – Osha Hayden MEETS: 7 PM, JANUARY 21, 2021 “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man

Great Decisions: Foreign Policy

The Great Decisions discussion groups are continuing their weekly Zoom discussions on foreign policy issues. Beginning with Monday, January 25, we’ll finally be in the

The Cybersecurity Breach – How it Impact Us

There was a massive cybersecurity breach discovered in December that impacted many government and commercial operations. This talk will focus on understanding what happened and

Cybersecurity Breach – How it Impacts Us

There was a massive cybersecurity breach discovered in December that impacted many government and commercial operations. This talk will focus on understanding what happened and

Oakmont Canine – Save the Date

SAVE THE DATE! Thursday, January 28th at 3pm the club is having its first 2021 activity; a virtual meeting that both you and your pup

Free Shredding Event!

The Kiwanis Club of Oakmont, in partnership with OVA, is holding its semi-annual drive-through shredathon Friday, January 29, 2020, at Berger Center Parking Lot, 9:00

Bingo is Back! February 6th at 1pm

Bingo Game Scheduled for Saturday, February 6 COVID-19 During this time of shelter in place we are not meeting in person. However, it is still

PÉTANQUE CLUB

SAVE THE DATE: JULY 14 The Oakmont Pétanque Club has tentatively scheduled its first tournament for 2021, the Bastille Day Tournament, for Bastille Day, Wednesday,

Golfing at Oakmont
The Championship West Course offers a variety of challenges, from the water features found on 13 holes to tree complexes, strategically placed bunkers and undulating greens.The East Course provides a similar golfing experience, but on a shortened par 63 “executive” layout which many players consider to be even more of a test against par than its longer partner. Both courses are walker-friendly.
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