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Happy February! Time sure does fly when we’re having fun. As we soar into the month of love, we are reminded of how grateful we are to have such wonderful residents here at the Oaks of Weymouth. Keep reading for a special message.
The Management Office will be closed February 17 in observance of Presidents Day. However, the sales office may be open. Be sure to check with them about any sales appointments or tours.
While the air is filled with love, fill your stomach up too. When many think of Valentine’s Day, they think of chocolate covered strawberries and heart-shaped foods. Looking to spruce up your recipes this year? Try these 10 nutritious foods that won’t only supercharge your meals, but your love life too.
Did you know Hometown America and Oaks of Weymouth offer a referral fee to residents who assist in the sale of a home at Oaks of Weymouth? Earn a referral fee of up to $500 for a new Hometown America home sale. Keep reading for more details!
Don’t miss our beautiful new floor plans with innovative features like farmer sinks, soft close drawers, LED lighting, and more. Plus, we still have plenty of open lots to custom build your home. You can also purchase one of our brand-new, turn-key ready model homes on the ground. Set up your tour today!
Join us on Friday, February 7 at 2 p.m. for a fun event hosted by Maria Garcia of Caring Adult Healthcare and Diane Conover of Royal Suites Healthcare and Rehabilitation. Come to the clubhouse to hear information about their beneficial services, all while enjoying some silly trivia and delicious desserts!
While consuming your daily serving of fruits and vegetables is essential to a healthy diet, it isn’t always easy to do. Superfood powders have made an appearance as an easy way to consume your daily serving of nutrients. Check out the ways you can add these powders into the foods you know and love!
Connect with your neighbors and friends at coffee, bingo, game night, or movie night in the Clubhouse! Click below for the inside scoop on the February/March schedule.
We hosted our 6th Annual Lunch with Santa on Saturday, December 7, 2019. A delicious lunch and fantastic musical entertainment were provided. We all had a joyous time as we kicked off the celebration of the holiday season here at the Oaks of Weymouth.
Join your neighbors and friends on Saturday, February 8 from 7–10 p.m. at the Clubhouse. Admission is $10 per person and includes a divinely delectable buffet of sweets and entertainment by DJ Pepper Paul! For more information, please contact the Community Office
Home is where the heart is and it should be where we always feel the safest. As we move through adulthood, our at-home safety begins to look different than when we were younger. Make sure your home is comfortable and cozy in all chapters!
Learn how you can start feeling foxy on February 21 at 1 p.m. in the Clubhouse with the help of Fox Rehab. You’ll learn about stamina, strength, and balance training from their helpful staff. Keep reading to learn more.
Join us on March 3 at 10 a.m. for an informative forum about Medicare. Cynthia Drago of United Integrity Group will host and her knowledge on the topic will certainly benefit those who have questions. Refreshments will be served! Please RSVP to the community office.
Join us on Saturday, March 7 for the Acorn Association’s Spring Ahead Dinner Social at the Buena Vista Country Club. There will be a cocktails hour, buffet dinner, and delicious desserts. Keep reading to learn how you can purchase your ticket.
The City of Love attracts year-round, but many people avoid the French capital because they believe it’s too expensive. If you’re looking to brush up on your français – look no further. Use this guide to see how you can travel to Paris without breaking the bank.
Our last potluck lunch held in November was a tasty success! If you couldn’t join us then, you’re in luck, we will be hosting the first potluck of the new year on Thursday, March 12 at noon in the clubhouse. Read on to learn how to enter.
This past holiday season, residents collected three boxes of donated toys for less fortunate children in our community. Your kindness and generosity surely put a smile on little ones’ faces Christmas morning. Thanks to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, with a special kudos to Bob and Maire Moran for allowing us to take part in such a wonderful and fulfilling campaign.
Click your heels, break a sweat, or challenge your intellect at Oaks of Weymouth. There’s something for every resident here, including the nation’s fastest-growing sport - pickleball! Read on to see a full list of our clubs and recurring classes.
As a reminder, you must obtain written approval from Oaks of Weymouth before making any exterior changes to your home or lot, prior to any permits or vendors. Exterior Modification forms are available at the management office. Please contact us if you are unsure whether a project requires approval.
In recent months we have seen more feral and stray cats in our community. While we are working with local Animal Control to remedy the situation, there are a few things you can do to help. Keep reading to find out more.
We appreciate all residents adhering to the waste collection schedule and procedures. Keep reading to view the February/March trash pick-up calendar, along with other details.
As a friendly reminder, smoking is prohibited on Oaks of Weymouth property, including our buildings, facilities, porches, and walkways throughout the community. It applies to all employees, residents, customers, and vendors, at all times, including non-business hours.
Our troops need many everyday items, including toiletries, medical items, feminine products, snacks, and drinks. We’ve placed a donation box with the list of needed items inside the Clubhouse entrance. Thank you in advance for helping our service members.
Calling all knitters! Many residents, in conjunction with Bethlehem Lutheran Church, are knitting scarves for the homeless, throws for veterans, and baby blankets for underprivileged infants. Keep reading for more details on how to get involved!
Food banks are a valuable community asset. Not only do they provide food to those in need, they also assist in preventing food waste. Read on to learn about local food pantries and how you can contribute.
If you’ve changed your phone number or email address, please let us know. Give us a call or stop by the office with your new information so we can keep you in the loop for all things Oaks of Weymouth. Read more for our emergency information.
Just like fashion, food has trends too. Recently, kale has been pushed aside while cauliflower takes a turn in the spotlight. People are raving over this new superfood that they can substitute into their daily recipes. From pizza to steak, keep reading to see what the craze is all about.
Looking for a new way to spruce up your home this year? We’ve got great ideas to transform your manufactured home so it looks new and modern again! Keep reading for simple décor tips to boost your space without breaking the bank.
Looking for a new dish to bring to the next community potluck? With these quick and easy-to-make festive treats, you’re sure to be the hit of the party. Read on for special holiday-themed desserts to get everyone celebrating!
Join us on social media through Facebook to stay updated, see pictures from the latest community event, and connect with neighbors. Our community page is also a great place to learn about sales specials and enter fun contests. Follow us today!
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Take the hassle out of making rent payments with Hometown America’s E-Z Pay. With E-Z Pay, your lot rent will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the third of each month. New sign-ups earn a $10 credit.