Many different activities are in store for the people of Live Oak and here are some examples:

Move It and Lose It- Participants are now being accepted for this general exercise class that will begin in October.  The class will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. for anyone ages 16 and up.  The cost of the class will be $20 per month or $15 per month for Seniors.

Many different activities are in store for the people of Live Oak and here are some examples:
Move It and Lose It- Participants are now being accepted for this general exercise class that will begin in October.  The class will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. for anyone ages 16 and up.  The cost of the class will be $20 per month or $15 per month for Seniors.

Punt Pass and Kick- Will take place on Friday, September 25, from 4:30 to 6 p.m., at the Little League Field.  This free football competition is for both boys and between the ages of eight and fifteen.  Winers have the opportunity to advance to sectional competition.

Halloween Coloring Contest- Coloring pages will be available October 1 for children in kindergarten to fifth grade.  All entries will be displayed and the winner will be picked the week before Halloween.

14 Mile Yard Sale is under way.  Spaces are still available.  This will take place Saturday, October 3, rain or shine in the community building paring lot (everything will be moved inside if it looks like rain).  Gridley and Biggs will also be hosting their own community yard sale.

Get Fit Challenge- This is a free competition for children ages five to fourteen.  The challenge consists of a circuit where kids would challenge their fitness level at five different stations.  More info to come.

Women's Self Defense Class- October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month the City of Live Oak has collaborated with Casa de Esperanza to host a women's self defense class on Saturday, October 17, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Boy Scout Building.

Red Ribbon Week is scheduled for October 23.  Children will be able to come into City Hall and participate in the Red Balloon Pop with a chance to win a prize.  Children who know what Red Ribbon Week means (Stay Drug Free) will get a balloon with a message inside (“Winner” or “Stay Drug Free”).

It's a Small Town Christmas- The City of Live Oak is already starting to work on this celebration that will take place on Monday, November 30.

For more information on any of the information mentioned above, contact the City of Live Oak at 530-695-2112.