Snapshot of Community Activities & Events

Ever wonder what this community is really like? Here are a few upcoming events (out of many!) to give you an idea of the variety of ongoing activities available to the residents and friends of Lake Oswego:

  • Every Wed 9:15-10:15AM, Little Medical School brings science, medicine and  the importance of health to 4-6 year olds in a fun way!  Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation, 1500 Greentree Road  CLICK HERE FOR MORE    Little Sports Medical School for Ages 8-11 Meet Saturdays 9:30-10:30AM!
  • Author Nathalia Holt’s Rise of the Rocket Girls (The Unsung Heroes of NASA) is the true story of women who helped launch America into space. Come meet her and hear her presentation at the Lake Oswego Library Wed, Feb 8 from 7:009:00PM. Tickets are free, but you must have a ticket. CLICK HERE for more information.
  • Want to go Cross-Country Skiing with old and perhaps new friends?  Come on down to Palisades at  1500 Greentree Rd. on Sat, Feb 11 at 8:00AM & head on up the mountain for a fun-filled day at Multorpor Meadows.  CLICK HERE for more information.
  • Friends of Southwood (4.10 acres of natural area and a stream) invite you to come join in and help plant native species to contribute to a healthy stream and provide food and shelter to important bugs and pollinators. Sat, Feb 11, 2017 10:0012:00PM  Please contact Kim Valley  for more information at 503-336-4646.
  • Teen Valentine Poetry Slam happens Thurs, Feb 9th 7:00-8:00PM at the Lake Oswego Library. Love the love, or not!  Either way, we care!  Put your feelings in a poem and get ready to share…
  • Aqua Yoga is here! Join this low-impact class held Saturdays, 11:00-11:45 at The Springs at Carman Oaks3800 Carman Drive. CLICK HERE to register!
  • Breaking the Sound Barrier: Celebrating Unsung Heroes in Science. Lakewood Center for the Arts, Feb 11th, 10:30AM-12:00PM. Come enjoy this Readers Theater presentation with a focus on women in science of whom you’ve never heard! The actors will represent Nobel Prize winners, astronauts, inventors, and other inspirational women scientists in a refreshing and fun style.  You’ll learn about heroes whose achievements affect our everyday lives in a positive way.  Directed by experienced local theatre producer Barbara McDonald and featuring local AAUW actors.  Written by Gloria Holland, Salem AAUW.