Oxford Lions Club

District 33A


SAT. OCTOBER 19th 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Oxford Bandstand (Rain or Shine)

Bring Your Documents, Electronics and Scrap Metals

Paper Shredding Done On-Site

Electronics and Scrap Metals will be taken away

Donations $20         $40         $60

For further information contact any Lions Club Member or call





Oxford’s Annual Fall Festival

Oxford Lions Fall Festival, Sept. 24th, 9am-4pm, Oxford Bandstand, 352 Main St, Oxford, MA, food, crafters, music, performers

Oxford Lions Fall Festival


OXFORD - Oxford’s Annual Fall Festival was held Saturday, September 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Located in beautiful downtown Oxford on Rte. 12 at Joslin Park where the bandstand is located.  This is the 10th year for the Oxford Lions Club to host the family-friendly event.  This event is always a huge hit, with numerous delicious food booths, original crafters, exhibit booths and music all day by a DJ.

Festivities always has performances that include local talents In addition to those performers the children may enjoy the activities, sack races, limbo games and musical chairs.

THANK YOU for your support!

Fall Festival

Here are some photos of past Fall Festivals!




Oxford Lions at work

Clara Barton Center Celebrate Lionism




We have meetings scheduled the 1st Monday of each month  The meetings will be held at the Pine Ridge Country Club first Monday of the month and will start promptly at 6:30 p.m.




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Service to our Community


Those  Less Fortunate Worldwide


Lions Clubs Objectives

To create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world

To promote the principles of good government and good citizenship

To take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community

To unite the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding

To provide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest; provided, however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members

To encourage service minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors

Who are the Lions?

Lions are members of the world’s largest and most active service club organization.

Lions are people who have decided to give something back to their communities, who are dedicated to finding people in need, and who meet those needs in an efficient but caring way.

Lions are people who believe that by working together they will accomplish far more than would be possible as individuals.

Lions are people who know that when they work together for a common goal – THEY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Lions are … or could be … someone just like you.


Membership in a Lions Club is by invitation. We meet twice a month and elect officers annually.  Each member pays dues to offset administrative costs, as 100% of the funds raised goes to our charities.

The Oxford Lions meet at 6:30pm  on Mondays, twice a month

Benefits of membership

The satisfaction that comes from helping others who are less fortunate.

The opportunity to share in the growth of your community

New friends who share common goals

Fun meetings with occasional

          visits to other clubs.

Development of leadership skills.

         Fellowship shared with other



 What do Lions Do?


Lions are men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and world communities. By conducting service projects and raising funds, Lions strive to help those in need, wherever need exists.

The Lions motto is

“We Serve.”

It is not only our motto, but a definition and philosophy.


In 1925, Helen Keller addressed the Lions at their annual International Convention, challenging them to become the “Knights of the Blind in the crusade against darkness." Since that time service to the blind and visually impaired has become one of the association’s most significant activities.  Through, Lionism, an Oxford resident was able to receive a necessary eye operation.

We need you to SERVE on our team 

join the Oxford Lions Club.



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