The Great Oaks Club of Landfall
Secret to our success? You!
What is The Great Oaks Club?
The Great Oaks Club (est. 1991)
is a social and educational
women’s group that
meets monthly (Sept- May).
It is open to all Landfall residents, property owners and/or Country Club of Landfall members.
Programs vary from gardening, theatre and film, local authors and historians, fashion shows, luncheons, home and garden tours, day trips, and so much more. You don't want to miss out, so
invite your friends and neighbors,
and join today!
Use "contact us" form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Meetings are held once a month (2nd Wednesday, Sept-May) and usually begin at 1:00 PM at the
Country Club of Landfall (Nicklaus) unless otherwise noted.
Yearly Dues are $30.00 payable at any meeting. Includes refreshments and entertainment...Best deal in town!!! (Does not include luncheons and trips)
Make check payable to:
The Great Oaks Club
Check can also be mailed to:
1916 Inverness Lane
Wilmington, NC 28405
Make sure all of your contact information is on your checks including your name, address, phone number and email address. Join anytime!
The general mailbox is checked by
The Great Oaks Club
and they will reply as soon as possible or get your request to the appropriate board member.
The Great Oaks Club supports the following:
A Safe Place, a local organization focused on prevention, advocacy,
and restoration to assist victims of commercial sexual exploitation
and domestic sex trafficking.
Each month at the Great Oaks meeting, a table will be set up to collect either your monetary donations (cash or check payable to A Safe Place) or the themed needs of the month. November's needs are:
Emergency Food Bags: gallon Ziplock bags, individual packs of the following - crackers, tuna or chicken salad, nuts, and wipes - water, granola bars, canned fruit, plastic forks, beef jerky, and fruit snacks
Cape Fear Guardian Ad Litem Association, an organization which promotes the
best interests of abused, neglected and dependent children
in the North Carolina court system,
through our Gingerbread House Project during the holidays.
Landfall's Bluebird Attraction Program
A Recap of Our 2017 -2018 Meetings and Events...
Dan Brawley, Executive Director of Cucalorus Film Foundation and Festival
October 2017 Events
Classic French Wine Dinner at Cape Fear Community College's
"Our Place" Restaurant
Day Trip to Bald Head Island - Tour of Southern Living Idea House
with lunch at The Shoals Club
Landfall Fall Festival
Kip Nygren, Insights into the history of the Wright Brothers
Jenny Yates, Ph.D, President of the NC Society of Jungian Analysts
"How to Understand Your Dreams"
Scott Johnson, Athlete and Transplant Recipient on Organ Transplants
Kristin Harper, The Produce Box
Kemp Burdette, Riverkeeper, Cape Fear River Watch
April 2018 Events
Day Trip to Kinston - Lenox Outlet and lunch at The Chef & The Farmer
followed by shopping in Kinston
High Tea with speaker,
Niki Hildebrand: Tea History, Customs & Etiquette
Welcome Luncheon cancelled due to Hurricane Florence.
"Shall We Dance?" European Dance Champion, Vlad, owner of Dance Pros N&V, performed.
"While My Guitar Weeps". Kent Knorr, founder of the NC Ukelele Academy shared his story and ukelele talent.
Holiday Luncheon featuring The Harmony Belles, a local acapella group singing in 4 part harmony.
Due to construction at CCL, we met at the Bridge Tender for an informal social hour.
"How to Write a Memoir". Our own Sharon Wood shared tricks of the trade along with her own history and approach to the art of memoir writing.
Day Trip: "Cuisine of India" Luncheon at Cape Fear Community College's Culinary Department Restaurant
"1400 Plants in 45 Minutes". David Johnson, president and general manager of Johnson Nursery Corp. and Gardens Direct, shared his favorite selections for springtime followed by a plant sale.
Spring Day Trip: Silver Coast Winery and shopping in Southport
Spring Luncheon and J. McLaughlin Fashion Show
Informal Social Hour at CCL
A Recap of Our 2018 -2019 Meetings and Events...