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The activities advertised in Flyer Central are not school-sponsored nor affiliated with Oakwood Schools. Permission to advertise, distribute or display information does not imply agreement of its contents by either the administration of the school, the Superintendent or the Board of Education.

OJH Flyers

Support the OHS Women's Soccer Team at Chipotle!

Show your team spirit by joining us for a fundraiser to support

Oakwood High School Women's Soccer. Come in to the Chipotle

at 4329 Far Hills Avenue in Kettering on Monday,

September 23rd between 5:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in this

flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re

supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds

will be donated to Oakwood High School Women's Soccer.

Ghostwood Fall Fest - Superheroes and Villains!

CALLING ALL SUPERHEROES! SMITH SCHOOL NEEDS YOU TO SAVE THE DAY! 

Dress up as your favorite superhero (or villain) and join us at the Smith PTO Ghostwood Fall Fest

October 12

4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Learn to Play Tennis at Oakwood Community Center

For Grades K-8

 Sun 12:00-1:30 from September 29 – November 3, 2019

A portion of the proceeds will benefit Oakwood Community Center.

This activity is not school sponsored or affiliated with Oakwood City Schools. Permission to distribute or display material does not imply agreement of its contents by either the administration of the school, the Superintendent or the Board.

New format makes it easier than ever to learn the game of tennis.

Students will be on a team with their friends, from their school, and compete against other schools. We supply the racquets, balls and everything they will need. No experience necessary.

Each day will consist of a drill session with a parent volunteer and a play session against another team.

All matches are held at Quail Run Racquet Club, 4225 Brown Rd.

Free T-shirt provided as well as an end of session carnival with games and prizes on November 3.

See the attached flyer to register!

Look What's Ahead in September and October at the OCC!

PORTRAITS AT SMITH GARDENS

As a part of the 45th anniversary celebration of the Gardens, the Friends of Smith Gardens are offering an opportunity to have a beautiful, professional family or individual portrait taken at Smith Gardens.  Dan Cleary is offering his services to create a treasured family keepsake as well as raising funds for Smith Gardens.  100% of the proceeds will go to Smith Gardens to help maintain Oakwood’s hidden treasure.

There are a limited number of time slots available for photo sessions.  The Friends of Smith Garden’s members will be given first priority.    There will be three portrait packages to choose from.  Please stop by the front office of the OCC to make an appointment and register for this great photo opportunity.

Appointments are available on Saturday, September 14 and Saturday, October 5.  Times are from 9am-Noon each day, in 20 minute increments.  Time is appointed on a first come first served basis. 

Stop by the OCC and book your portrait package today!!

City of Oakwood’s Family Fall Festival

Sunday, October  13th

2:00 - 5:00 P.M. at Shafor Park

Come to Shafor Park for the Annual Fall Festival and enjoy an afternoon full of fun games, food and entertainment for the whole family! Kids can dress up and join the “Costume    Parade” around the park!

Old Fashioned Games,  Pumpkin Painting, Food, Face Painting, Entertainment, Costume Contest and Parade, Hayrides down Shafor Boulevard to see Scarecrow Row!

Don’t forget to mark your calendar!  

Scarecrow Building Contest

Sunday, October 13th

Be a part of the Annual Scarecrow Building Contest!  The City is hosting this fun-filled, family event...but we need your creative energy to make it a success!  Last year we had over 30 families, neighbors and groups working together to make Scarecrow Row a sight to behold! Get your group together (your family, neighbors, Brownie Troop, co-workers, etc.) and build the best scarecrow you can!  When you register to build one, you will be given a location around town to place your masterpiece … for all to enjoy!  Entries will be judged on creativity and originality and prizes will be awarded to First, Second and Third Place in addition to the Mayor’s Award.

Upon registration you will be given a packet of information detailing the guidelines and location where your scarecrow will be placed.  Information packets are now available at the OCC.

ANNUAL HOMECOMING HOT DOG SUPPER

Wednesday, October 2nd from 5:30 - 7:00 P.M.

This annual family event will be held at the Community Center before the Homecoming parade and bonfire.  Bring the whole family for dinner, then walk to the bonfire and show your support for the Lumberjacks!!   

Location:              OCC Great Room

JOHNNY APPLESEED STREET TREE PLANTING PROJECT

The City of Oakwood with assistance from the Oakwood Beautification Committee will again offer the Johnny Appleseed Street Tree Planting project this fall to Oakwood homeowners.    Applications and detailed brochures describing the project and the tree  varieties will be available in late September from the Oakwood Community Center or by calling 298-0775.  Four or five varieties of trees will be offered.  The selected trees will be approximately 2” in diameter and will be discounted 50% to   Oakwood residents. One tree will be allocated for each approved property site at the discounted price and must be planted in the city right-of-way.  The residential street trees chosen are excellent species for the right-of-way and most are resistant to disease and insect problems.  Trees will be planted by a local nursery the latter part of November or the beginning of December. They will be wrapped, staked, mulched and guaranteed for one growing season.  The neediest areas in Oakwood will be given first         priority. For further information on this project, please call 298-0775.

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

Junior High Dances:  Fridays, Sept. 6 & Oct. 4 from  9:30 - 11:00 P.M.

Fencing:  Youth Beginning (ages 7 & up) - Wednesdays, Sept. 4 - Oct. 16 from 5:45-6:45 P.M.

Fencing:  Beginner Level 2 (ages 7 & up) - Wednesdays, Sept. 4 - Oct. 16 from 6:45-7:45 P.M.

Fencing:  Adult Competitive - Wednesdays, Sept. 4 - Oct. 16 from 7:45-8:45 P.M.

Pumpkin Carving:   Saturday, Oct. 19 from 12:00 - 1:30 P.M.

Friday Fun Night:  Fridays, Sept. 13 and Oct. 11 from 7:00 - 10:00 P.M.

Practical Magic Workshop:  Saturday, Oct. 12 from 10:00 - 11:00 A.M.

Community Book Swap

Saturday, Sept. 7th from 9:00 A.M.  -  1:30 P.M.

5TH ANNUAL PRO-AM ART & PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

Saturday, November 2nd and Sunday, November 3rd

Artwork is due, Monday, October 28, 2019 by 9:00 P.M.

11TH ANNUAL DOG SPLASH AT GARDNER POOL

Sunday, September 8th from 1:00 P.M.  -  3:00 P.M.

Registration Deadline: Thursday, September 5th at 9:00 P.M.

New!  HEALTHY HANDS COOKING CLASSES FOR KIDS!

Tracey Williams, owner of Thyme 2 Get Cooking and Healthy Hands Cooking Certified Instructor is pleased to offer Healthy Hands Cooking fun and educational cooking program for kids.  Tracey’s passion is to teach healthy cooking to anyone willing to learn. Her goal is to encourage cooks of all ages to gain confidence in the kitchen, try new foods, and be inspired to develop     healthy habits.  (After attending 4 classes, your young chef will earn their very own chef hat!) .

PRESCHOOL “PARENT & ME” COOKING CLASSES – HHC Sprouts (Ages 2-5)                

Grow It In A Garden:        Tuesday, Sept. 10              10:00 - 11:00 A.M.

Pumped about Pumpkin:  Tuesday, Oct. 1               10:00 - 11:00 A.M.

BUTTERBEANS CAFÉ COOKING CLASSES (Ages 2-6)

Magical Counting and Cooking:                   Thursday, Sept. 12 10:00 - 11:00 A.M.

Fly Into Fall:                                            Thursday, Oct. 10   10:00 - 11:00 A.M.

KIDS COOKING CLASSES - A TASTE OF HHC (Ages 6-14)

Healthy Baking:                  Saturday, Sept. 14  11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.            

Healthy Start Breakfast:                Saturday, Oct. 12    11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

New!  HEALTHY HANDS COOKING CLASSES FOR ADULTS!

Tracey Williams is the owner of Thyme 2 Get Cooking and Healthy Hands Cooking Certified Instructor. Tracey’s passion is to teach healthy cooking to anyone willing to learn. Her goal is to encourage cooks of all ages to gain confidence in the kitchen, try new foods, and be inspired to develop healthy habits.

THYME 2 GET COOKING: Adult Cooking Classes

Cooking with Quinoa - Chicken Broccoli Quinoa Bake:    Saturday, Sept. 21   11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.           

Fall Harvest - Stuffed Acorn Squash:  Monday, Oct. 21           6:00 - 8:00 P.M.      

STROLLERS IN MOTION

A stroller-based workout for moms and caregivers with little ones.  Each total body workout incorporates power walking and running, strength training, balance work and toning.  Meet in Shafor Park.

Thursdays,   Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17                            9:30 - 10:30 A.M.

Martial Arts/Self Defense

Martial Arts come in all shapes and sizes; some are for sport, and others are for self defense. This course will take a look at a variety of “Mixed Martial Arts”, from traditional Tae Kwon Do (punching and kicking) to Judo and Jiu Jitsu (throwing, submissions and grappling) and traditional Martial Arts Weapons (nun-chucks and quarter staff).

Youth Classes (ages 5 & up)

Day/Date:                              Mondays , Sept. 23,  30,  Oct. 7, 14          

Time:                                         4:45 - 5:45 P.M.

Fees:                                          $37 (M), $55 (NM), $74 (NR)                          

Family Classes  (price is per person)

Day/Date:                              Mondays , Sept. 23,  30,  Oct. 7, 14          

Time:                                         6:00 - 7:00 P.M.

Fees:                                          $37 (M), $55 (NM), $74 (NR)     Location:  OCC Great Room

ONE HIT WONDERS!

Jedi Training - (ages 4  -  8)

Youngsters will make their very own light saber and learn how to use the force as we battle the Empire.  Hone your skills with the  intergalactic obstacle course and other Jedi related activities.  Refuel with a treat and beverage.

Activity #:              236220-09

Day/Dates:          Saturday, Sept. 28           

Time:                       1:00 - 2:00 P.M.                 

Fees Per Session:              $18(M), $27(NM), $36(NR)

Location:              OCC Great Room/Large Classroom

CLASSES FOR YOUTH!

Beginning Acting  =   Wed., Sept. 11 - Oct. 9 from  5:15 - 6:15 P.M.                                         

Youth Art  =   Wed., Sept. 11, 18 & 25  from  4:00  -  5:00 P.M.

FALL PRE-SCHOOL INDOOR SOCCER

(ages 3  -  5)

Held at the OCC, this program is designed to introduce  pre-schoolers to soccer in an unstructured, relaxed setting.                    

Children will be given the opportunity to develop motor skills and team sportsmanship while having fun. The primary objectives are safety and fun. Children will be  required to wear shin guards.

No shirts or socks will be issued.

Day:                          Saturdays

Practices:             Sept. 7, 14 & 21

Games:                                    Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12 & 19                

Fees:                        $22 (M), $33 (NM), $44 (NR)

Location:              OCC Great Room

IRISH DANCE

A fun dance experience for girls and boys age 5 and up. Attendees will learn the basic footwork & fundamentals of Irish dance as well as a fun, traditional group dance. The    classes are run by certified, experienced instructors and dancers from the Richens/Timm Academy of Irish Dance. We will wrap up the classes with a performance on the last day to showcase our new talent!

Day/Dates:   Saturdays, Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19

 

Upcoming Events at Wright Memorial Library!

Author Julie Rubini presents Virginia Hamilton: America’s Storyteller

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 7:00pm https://www.wrightlibrary.org/virginiahamilton: Wright Library will shine a spotlight on one of the authors featured in the Telling a People’s Story exhibit, Virginia Hamilton.

One of the most important and most celebrated authors of children’s literature, Hamilton was also a local author, having lived most of her life in Yellow Springs.  Julie Rubini, author of Virginia Hamilton:  America’s Storyteller, will tell the story of how Hamilton became a writer, the barriers she had to overcome, and the importance of her work.

Julie K. Rubini is a children’s book author, co-founder of Claire’s Day, literacy advocate, wife and mom. Virginia Hamilton:  America’s Storyteller, part of the Biographies for Young Readers series (Ohio University Press), received a starred review in Kirkus, and is listed in the Bank Street College of Education’s Best Children’s Books 2018, with outstanding merit and was an Ohioana finalist.  Books & Co. will be at the event to sell Julie's books, which she will be available to sign. Ms. Rubini’s visit is made possible by a generous grant from the Wright Library Foundation.

 

Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture, presented by Lisa Boucher author of “Raising The Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in drinking Culture.”

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 7:00 p.m.

https://www.wrightlibrary.org/Lisa-Boucher Do you worry that your drinking or that of your child may have unintended consequences for health, family, relationships, and professional or school achievement?  Join Lisa Boucher, author of the award winning and best-selling book, Raising the Bottom, for a discussion of what mindful living in a drinking culture entails.  Discover how to reevaluate your drinking patterns and what is normal.  Learn how to ask and answer the question, is this who I want to be?

Lisa Boucher is the multi-award-winning author of Raising The Bottom: Making Mindful Choices in drinking Culture. She has contributed to notable publications such as Shape Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, The Fix, and is a frequent guest on numerous syndicated radio and podcast shows where she talks about addiction, alcoholism, childhood trauma, and how we can heal. She is highly intuitive and has assisted hundreds of people in healing from substance abuse, depression, and anxiety. A recovering alcoholic, she has been sober for thirty years and understands the complex nature of addiction and how childhood trauma is often at the root of what ails us. A registered nurse, Lisa believes that traditional healthcare does little to incorporate the mind-body connection, nor does our current healthcare system appreciate the healing power of nature.  

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