News & Events

Mix n’ Mingle at Michel Bistro Sept 18

Join your Lakeshore Homes neighbors for wine and appetizers at Michel Bistro (3343 Lakeshore) on Sunday, September 18, 2016, 5 – 7 p.m. Visit with old friends and meet new neighbors! Cash bar with wine and appetizer specials. Mix n’ Mingle Michel 091816 Related event Artist: LHA at Michel Bistro Date: 09/18/16 Time: 5:00pm Venue: Michel Bistro City: Oakland , California Address:... Read More

November Ballot Local Funding Measures

Oakland voters will have at least 3 funding measures on the ballot in November. $600 million for the City, Alameda County’s $580 million for affordable housing, and Oakland Unified School District’s $120 annual parcel tax. LHA is in contact with Abel Guillen, District 2 Council person, to learn about the benefits to our neighborhood. The three main bond projects are to improve city streets, create more affordable housing, and upgrade some... Read More

Ice Cream Social Summer Fun!

Join your LHA neighbors for an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 9th, 1 – 3 p.m. Warren Hook Park (corner of Trestle Glen and Brookwood Roads) is the place to be. Hosted by LHA Membership Committee. Questions? Ice Cream Social LHA 7/9/16 Related event Artist: LHA Ice Cream Social Date: 07/09/16 Time: 1:00pm Venue: Warren Hook Park City: Oakland , California Address:... Read More

Neighborhood Safety Meeting, Wed, May 18, 6:00-7:30

Neighborhood Safety Meeting, Wednesday May 18th 6:00-7:30pm Lakeshore Baptist Church, 3534 Lakeshore Avenue in the Family Room Please plan to attend this meeting with our City Council Member Abel Guillen and OPD Captain Hamilton for a general update on public safety and recent crimes in our area. This meeting is being held jointly with the Grand Lake Neighbors Group which includes neighborhoods surrounding LHA. Please contact the LHA office if you... Read More

CORE I (May 10) & CORE II (May 22)

CORE I, Tuesday May 10th, 6:30-9:00pm and CORE II, Sunday May 22nd, 1:30-4:00pm   We are happy to be able to offer these CORE classes right here in our neighborhood. CORE, or Communities of Oakland Respond to Emergencies, is a free training program that teaches self-reliance skills and helps neighborhoods establish response teams to deal with emergency situations like earthquakes, fire or floods. The underlying premise is that a major disaster... Read More