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White Oak Conference Center

The White Oak Conference Center, located at 7603 Antoine, is ready to host your business or social events.  Call Jan at 713-895-8021 to get further details, to tour the facility, or to book your event. Learn more about White Oak Conference Center.

Conference Center News

The Pool will open on May 23th for a Pool Membership Party from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm.

Regular pool hours of operation:
         Tuesday through Sunday, 1:00 – 8:00 pm
         Plus Monday, May 26 (Memorial Day) and Monday, September 1 (Labor Day)

The pool’s last day for the season will be September 1st. The pool will be closed beginning September 2, 2014


Group/Family Membership (4 persons)    $100
Additional members – each $20
Individual Membership $45

How to sign up?

Click here to register and pay online
Or Click here to print the Pool membership application
Click here for Pool Rules and Regulations
For questions, call the office at 713-895-8021

The Blue Marlins swim team is back at the White Oak Pool. The team practices from 4:15 – 8:00 pm Monday through Friday on April 21 through May 30, and then shifts to practicing from 6:00 – 10:30 am through July 3.

The team will host swim meets on May 10, May 24, May 31, June 7 and June 14

NOTE: Regular swim may be delayed on these dates until swim meet completion


Thanks to the Near Northwest Community Improvement Corporation and Heidi Sheesley, as well as all of the Plant Sale customers and Garden donors who have helps us raise funds to support the White Oak Butterfly & Hummingbird Garden. 

The Garden was planted in May 2012 and is looking beautiful!  It attracts visitors daily – as well as butterflies, bees and birds!  Thanks to our Garden volunteers who have worked on planting and clean-up days, as well as on our Plant Sales. See the list of our plants.

Arbor Day Tree Planting First Step in Creating Livable Center in White Oak Community

The Near Northwest Management District and Forged Products commemorated Arbor Day 2012 by planting 12 trees at the White Oak Conference Center.  The new trees were planted in and around a stand of pine trees including the historic Inwood Pine to create The Grove, a wooded area of native trees that are the first step in creating the Botanical Gardens outlined in the Livable Centers Plan for the Antoine Corridor.

“The District is changing thanks to business owners like Forged Products and Treesearch Farms who have a passion for making our community a better place to live,” said Wayne Norden, President of the Near Northwest Management District. “Their commitment and vision is helping the communities along White Oak Bayou to once again become a place in which we can all be proud to live and work.” 

The creation of The Grove is the first step to create a public greenspace that can be enjoyed by all Houstonians.  Future additions to the complex include a demonstration garden, the addition of native grass prairie areas and hike and bike trails.

Livable Centers Plan

The Livable Centers Plan includes recommendations to improve the Antoine Corridor, rechristened the White Oak District, into a walkable mixed-use place that provides multimodal transportation options, improves environmental quality, and promotes economic development.

A copy of the Livable Centers Plan is available on the District Web Site.
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