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Oaks of Weymouth Residents! Fall is in full swing, and there is plenty to keep you busy. Connect with neighbors and make new friends by participating in clubs and classes right here in the community.
Review our list of upcoming events at Oaks of Weymouth. There is something for everyone to enjoy!
Warm, home cooking is a perfect reminder that the seasons are changing. While they can be great to eat, fall meals can be tricky to prepare. Here are easy and hearty casserole recipes that will leave everyone at the table satisfied.
The community office will be closed Thursday, November 23 & Friday, November 24 in honor of Thanksgiving. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday!
Happy HOWLoween! Oaks of Weymouth will hold its 3rd Annual Pet Parade in honor of Halloween on Saturday, October 28. Participating residents should meet at the bench in the Basin Area at 1 p.m.
We have one more scheduled flu clinic this year. Dr. Shah from Rite Aid of Egg Harbor Township will be administering the flu vaccination here at the Clubhouse on Friday, November 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The basics of skin care are vital for good health. A combination of healthy lifestyle choices can ensure that your skin stays glowing and vibrant. Read more for information about taking care of your skin and helping your health.
We will host our ever-popular Pot Luck Lunch on Thursday, November 9, from 12 to 2 p.m. in the Clubhouse. As always, there will be a contest for “Best Dish.” Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place.
Please join the veterans of the Oaks of Weymouth as they honor the departed veterans of the Oaks with the dedication of additional names to our memorial plaque. The dedication ceremony will take place in the Clubhouse on Veteran’s Day, (Saturday, November 11) at 2 p.m. All are welcome.
Stay current with the latest trash schedule to help keep Oaks of Weymouth in pristine condition.
Time to bring out the Earth tones! HGTV’s Help Around the Home offers tips and tricks for your home’s décor. From decorating inspiration to ideas for the garden, preview this “tip a day” calendar for everything you need.
"Feed Your Brain" will feature exciting crafts and/or hobbies instructed by community residents. The group will meet on the last Thursday of each month from 2 – 4 p.m. in the Community Center.
It is company policy that we do not accept post-dated checks or cash for any reason in the office. Due to the many liabilities encompassing this matter, we simply cannot take nor accept any responsibility for inadvertently depositing a check with an incorrect date on it.
It is important for resident safety that your front lamppost is in working order! If your light does not work, please replace the light bulb and check the circuit breaker. If that doesn’t work, the problem is most likely the sensor. Contact the Office at (609) 561-7267 if this is the case and we will replace the sensor for you.
Traveling overseas should be nothing short of entertaining and educational, and it’s best to be open to every new experience. Read these traveling tips from Rick Steves to make sure you get the most out of a European vacation.
Calling all knitters! Join our efforts to provide scarves and other goods for the homeless, veterans, and underprivileged infants.
There are several local food pantries open to the Oaks of Weymouth community. You can use these pantries or make donations to help keep them running.
Take advantage of one of our many class offerings here at Oaks of Weymouth. Click below to view the upcoming schedule.
Football season is here! Whether you’re at the game every week or cheering from your living room, keeping up with your favorite team’s schedule can be tough. Click here for this year’s professional football schedule.
Help support our troops by donating goods and other items in the spirit of American patriotism. We have placed a donation box for our troops inside the Clubhouse entrance. Click to learn more.
Coupons can be a great way to save money on the everyday necessities. Anyone from beginners to seasoned professionals can use coupons to pinch pennies and cut back on spending. Check out these tips to get started yourself.
If you miss the structure of life and meeting people from all walks of life, a new job could be your perfect solution. Retirement is an opportunity to further explore your lifelong career path or pursue something totally new. Here are some job ideas for the restless retiree.
Daylight Savings time end on Sunday, November 5th at 2 a.m. Don’t forget to fall back (turn your clock back one hour) and enjoy your extra hour of sleep! Also this a great reminder to check your smoke detector batteries.
Need some extra cash? Refer your friends to Oaks of Weymouth and get a reward of up to $500!
In case of emergency, be sure to keep these numbers handy!
New Jersey State Police – Buena Barracks
Dispatch (609) 625-1104
Station (609) 561-7267
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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.
If you’ve had a recent change in phone numbers or e-mail addresses, please take a moment and let us know. Stop by the office with the new information or call us at 609-625-6257.