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                                      GOCA Events

     (Dates subject to change; watch this space or email GOCA for more information)

 Upcoming sessions to remove invasive plants from Oakton Community Park:   The next currently scheduled date for 2023 is  April 1st. Please check back here for updates and news of additional sessions. Please email Mark Deaton with any questions or to get notifications of future sessions and/or to sign up for a specific date.

New Bus Tour of Oakton Historic Landmarks, Saturday morning, April 15th. GOCA, together with the Vale Club, has  invited Jim Lewis to guide us on another bus tour of the historic landmarks in the area .  This program will be a follow-on to last year’s tour, not a repeat, and will cover different parts of the area–see here for more detail.  Cost is $40 per person. Space on the bus tour is limited to 22 people.  We are currently filled, but if you would like to get on our waiting list, please email us.

Breakfast with the Birds.  Join us on Sunday, May 7th at 8:30 am for a birding walk in the park during the height of the Spring migration and help increase the number of bird species found for the park. Fairfax Master Naturalist and experienced birder John Wilson will guide us as we look and listen for different birds. Plus, we'll visit the bluebird houses that will have just been installed around the meadow. After our walk, we'll enjoy coffee and donuts. All ages are welcome to this free event. Meet in front of the schoolhouse and just bring your eyes and ears - and binoculars if you have them.  Please register for this event here.  

Other Community Events

Upcoming Activities and Events at the Oakton LibraryClick here for a listing.  If you would like to learn more about the Friends of Oakton Library, please visit Friends of Oakton Library. 

Farmers Market at Oakton United Methodist Church. Weekly Fresh Farm Market, 9 am-1 pm in the OUMC parking lot.

If your organization wishes to let the community know of an event it is holding, please contact the GOCA webmaster at

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