May 4, 2020, 6:00 pm ANNOUNCEMENT: Please join us for a virtual, personal Day of Recollection on May 7. Suggested personal schedule and links to meditations and other resources can be found at https://bit.ly/3fjDy0K. Stay safe and thank you for your patience during these challenging times!
ANNOUNCEMENT: As per state and county level public health mandates, all Oakwood Cultural Center activities have been cancelled indefinitely. To join our email list for virtual resources, or if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. Thank you!
ANNOUNCEMENT: The Oakwood Annual Women’s Workshop has be POSTPONED. Please visit this link for more information. Thank you for your flexibility and patience!
While this workshop has been postponed for the health and safety of our community, we hope you can join us for the Annual Oakwood Cultural Center Workshop on how to live intentionally, parent effectively, and work at our best! Refreshments and workshop materials are a $40 investment, and we invite you to stay for an optional lunch ($15) organized by Sucre&Sel French Catering (www.sucre-sel.com) after the workshop at 1:10pm.
Please register for the workshop and/or optional lunch, once the rescheduled date has been announced, using the registration link below, and consider the following payment options:
- Workshop Payment – Option 1: submit payment for the workshop ($40) via PayPal prior to the workshop by clicking the PayPal button below:
- Workshop Payment – Option 2: submit payment for the workshop via mail prior to the workshop by sending cash or check (made out to Oakwood Cultural Center). Payments should be sent to Oakwood Cultural Center 2204 Brigham Rd, Greensboro NC 27409 prior to the workshop.
- Optional Lunch Payment: Please select the correct response on the registration form to RSVP for the optional lunch. If you choose to stay for lunch, you will be sent an email directly from Sucre&Sel French Catering after March 11. In the email from Sucre&Sel French Catering, you will be given a link to pay them directly for lunch.
Please register for the workshop
and/or optional lunch
once the rescheduled date has been announced
by filling our this form:
Oakwood Cultural Center is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.
Oakwood is dedicated to the professional development and the character formation of women, from the very young to the golden years.
At Oakwood we seek to educate, mentor, and inspire women to be leaders of integrity who serve society through their work, studies, and family responsibilities with freedom, professionalism, and joy.
The spiritual and doctrinal aspects of all activities sponsored by Oakwood are entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Catholic Church. Learn more about Opus Dei here.
This webpage is the communications center of the women who create, support, or simply enjoy activities designed to positively influence the culture of the greater Raleigh area, one friendship at a time.
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