Grandparents Club

Grandparents Club

The Grandparents’ Club was formed in order to provide our visiting grandchildren with fun-filled activities in a friendly and safe environment. Presently we have two events each year. Our Easter Egg Hunt is held on the Saturday afternoon before Easter. Our largest event is held the last full week in July. Kickoff begins on Sunday with a welcome party/carnival at Oakmont Gardens and a family movie night at the Berger. During the week there are numerous activities for the children, including diving for coins, making pasta, bingo, art & music, sports such as bocce, tennis, pickleball, Wii bowling, shuffleboard, & table tennis, and a family picnic party. Meeting Details:

Fourth Tuesday of each month, from January through June at 4:00 pm + 1 year end party in August. Dues are $15 per year per family.

Contact Information: Leslie Brockman oakmont.grandparents@gmail.com 949-683-7725

Click Here For The 2021 Grandparents Week Registration Form

Click Here For The 2021 Grandparents Week Class and Events Description Page

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Grandparents Club Summer Week

We’re back! Classes and activities for Grandparents Club Summer Week (July 25-30, 2021) are being planned and promise to be a fun way for Oakmont grandparents to “play” with their grandchildren this summer. Save the dates and join the club to keep informed.

Grandparents Week Meeting

We’re going to have a Grandparents Week this year — July 25-30, 2021! Come to our in-person Grandparents Club Meeting today, Tuesday, June 22, at

Join Grandparents Club 2020

Leslie Brockman, Chair Calling all grandparents in Oakmont … our new year is about to start and we want YOU to be a part of

2020 Easter Egg Hunt

Leslie Brockman, Chair The Easter Bunny is arriving in Oakmont to meet and greet you and your grandchildren at our annual Easter Egg Hunt on

Grandparents’ Club 8-15-2019

OH, WHAT A WEEK IT WAS! This year’s Grandparents’ Week went beautifully, with 70 Oakmont families participating, along with their 119 grandchildren. Ages ranged from