About Us

You, Me, We = Oakley! is a grant funded program that aims to create opportunities for our diverse residents to come together and better understand one another, appreciate each others' stories, and recognize their common desire to build a stronger, safer and more vibrant community.


Events & Updates

HEART OF OAKLEY FESTIVAL

We are currently seeking cultural performances and booth exhibitors for the Heart of Oakley Festival. If interested in learning more or in filling out the application, please visit Heart of Oakley Festival>>. To view pictures from the Heart of Oakley Festival in 2014, visit our Facebook page>>

 

COMMUNITY CITIZENSHIP DRIVE

Need help applying for U.S. Citizenship through the Naturalization process? Our fall Citizenship Drive is taking place September 26 in the Oakley Council ChambersCitizenship Drive>>

 

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS CULTURAL WORKSHOP

We are gearing up for Oakley’s third Día de los Muertos Cultural Workshop on October 24, 2015 at Oakley City Hall. For more information, visit Día de los Muertos Workshop>>

 

EAST COUNTY "SAFEKEEPER" TRAINING (Part 3)

Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 9am (English-language)

LDS Church (1432 Laurel Rd, Oakley)

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Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 9am (Spanish-language)

St. Anthony Church (971 O'Hara Ave, Oakley)

To learn more about the "Safekeeper" training or to register.

Safekeepers of East County>>

 

DIGITAL STORY-TELLING VIDEO: OUR FUTURE IS TOGETHER!

Take a look at our video starring fellow community members that decided to share their immigrant experience! Go to our Facebook page in order to share your thoughts on the video!

A special thanks to our participants and Storytellers for Good for the great work they did!