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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

  • Helping Hands: Oaks Offers Residents Maintenance-Free Living
    In October 2017, Mary Ann Webb was standing in water … inside her house! Two water heaters in the attic had burst and flooded her Appletree home. “You can imagine how long it took me to find people to clean it up and get everything back in order,” she says. “That was the last straw.”
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  • Baking, Sewing & Friendships: Edris Maddry's life is blessed
    The aroma of fresh baked Hawaiian banana nut bread hangs in the air in the apartment where Edris Maddry lives at Tower at The Oaks. The crusty golden loaf of mashed bananas, sugar, flour, pecans and pineapple sits to cool on the kitchen counter as Maddry returns her attention to her latest handwork project – a cross-stitch quilt for a great grandbaby yet to be born.
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  • Don't Wait to Move to Enjoy Full Benefits of The Oaks
    When retired Shreveport businessman Kurvis Burns and wife Betty were looking for a senior living community to call home, they were drawn to the breathtaking beauty of The Oaks of Louisiana. “It looked like a park,” Burns says. “I knew it was the place.”
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