Classes & Events

Click on a class name for more information. You may register online and pay any charges with a credit card. This is handled by a secure site credit card processor. Willis-Knighton does not collect or keep your credit card information. You may also register by calling (318) 212-8225 Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (except holidays). Charges due must be paid in advance.

Note: For classes eligible for a refund, the refund policy requires you to call at least one week in advance to cancel. Refunds will be issued, less a $10 administrative fee.

The Oaks of Louisiana
The Oaks of Louisiana offers a variety of classes tailored to the needs and interests of the senior community.

"The Doctor Is In: Top Health Concerns for Senior Adults"
The life expectancy of American adults has increased, with many living well beyond the age of 80. The Oaks of Louisiana is pleased to offer an overview of common health concerns that affect senior adults, with tips on how to prevent them or slow the progression.

Guests may attend one or all of the lectures.

$10 per lecture; registration required. Call (318) 212-8225 or register online.

June 4 Arthritis:

Robert Savory, MD

Dr. Savory, a partner at Family Medical Center, will discuss arthritis, which can affect older people's hips, knees, hands, spine and shoulders.

June 11 Osteoporosis:

John Ferrell, MD

Dr. Ferrell, a partner at The Orthopaedic Clinic, will focus on how osteoporosis or low bone mass affects adults over age 50.

June 18 Heart Disease:

Jagan Beedupalli, MD

Dr. Beedupalli, a partner at Willis-Knighton Cardiology, will discuss the importance of managing high blood pressure and cholesterol and will cover some innovative treatments for cardiac conditions such as atrial fibrillation.

June 25 Diabetes:

Laura Kimball-Ravari, MD

Dr. Kimball-Ravari, a partner at Endocrine & Thyroid Specialists, will focus on diabetes, its symptoms and warning signs as well as treatment options.

Join us as we attain personal growth and self-discovery of various topics. The public is invited.

Reservations required for nonresidents.

Call (318) 212-8225 or register online.

Religious Services
The Oaks of Louisiana offers a variety of spiritual services each week conducted by our chaplain and clergy from throughout the community. The services listed here are open to the public. Reservations are not required unless otherwise noted in the description.

Spiritual Programs
Local Bible scholars offer insight into the Scriptures through a variety of Bible studies and discipleship classes. Reservations required for nonresidents.

University at The Oaks Weekly Lectures
Cheryl White's monthly University at The Oaks series will focus on the history of western civilization. Each month, White, the author of several books on local and regional history, as well as numerous journal articles in the field of 16th century studies, selects a diverse topic, an interesting survey that engages and intrigues guests.

Reservations required for nonresidents.

Call (318) 212-8225 or register online.