Posted by    |    December 2nd, 2016 at 5:53 pm


It’s forecast to rain all day Saturday. But Sunday should clear up after the morning! Call your friends and let them know, Tweed Ride will be this Sunday the 4th!

To Review:
-meet at noon SUNDAY at the main Gates of Fair Park by the DART train station. Park by the Fair Park Music Hall, or in any parking lot you choose.
– the halfway mark for the ride is the DMA, on the south side (opposite side of building than Klyde Warren) so if you have to join late, meet us there at about 12:30
-we return to Fair Park for the picnic by the lagoon with Dave Washburn and the Three Quarters Fast jazz quartet and hot cider.

Bring cash or card for cider and a raffle – thanks to Local Hub in Deep Ellum for the donation!

See our Facebook event for all the latest details.

OOCCL Christmas Party 2016

Posted by    |    November 25th, 2016 at 3:43 pm


Join Us for the Fall Neighborhood Workshop!

Posted by    |    October 26th, 2016 at 10:42 pm


Home Tour App for your Phone

Posted by    |    October 5th, 2016 at 8:43 pm


This year, OOCCL is introducing a new app for your smart phone to help you easily navigate between the houses.  Get to the home that you need to from wherever you are by simply launching the app.  Available for iPhone or Android using the links below – and it’s free.


Library Tour – Oct 29 (9:30AM)

Posted by    |    October 3rd, 2016 at 9:28 pm

Partake in BFOC’s 2016 Cyclesomatic Library tour on Oct. 29. from 9:30AM – Noon.

This will be a collaborative ride lead by Kristie Holt from Local Hub and Mark Draz from the Dallas Public Library. Mark is leading an initiative for Dallas Public Library’s first book bike . Book bikes have been rolling in Portland, Denver and Boston for years. This is one more way that Dallas is improving its reputation as an unfriendly city for cyclists. This library tour will provide us an opportunity to support the Library Bike project and discover Dallas libraries in our Oak Cliff neighborhood.


  • 9:30 AM: Depart from Local Hub – 2633 Main St #130
  • 10:00: North Oak Cliff – 302 W 10th St (oak cliff connection point)
  • Hampton-Illinois – 2951 S Hampton Rd.
  • Lancaster Kiest – 2951 S Hampton Rd. (optional bailout)
  • Central – 1515 Young St
  • Local Hub


Bike Rodeo – Nov 5 (8AM – 10AM)

Posted by    |    September 24th, 2016 at 2:33 pm

Join BFOC for Oak Cliff’s first Bike Rodeo on Nov. 5th from 8AM to 10AM at the 10th street parking lot at Cliff Temple Baptist Church (125 Sunset Ave, Dallas). The Bike Rodeo will be in conjunction with Oak Cliff’s farmer’s market organized by the Oak Cliff Lions Club.

This Bike Rodeo is taught by certified instructors from the League of American Bicyclists. Instructors set up an interactive bicycle obstacle course for children to maneuver through, teaching bike handling and safety skills through active learning. This fun and free activity challenges children and emphasizes the importance of controlling your bicycle, watching for traffic, and turning safely.

Before children get on the course, we check their helmet fit and discuss the importance of wearing a helmet. (A limited number of free helmets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis). We also do a basic safety check on their bicycle to ensure it is in good working order.

Participants must have a working bicycle, a helmet that fits (a limited number of free helmets will be available for participants), and a parent/legal guardian present.

Below are pictures from a Bike Rodeo help at Fair Park


2016 Home Tour Preview III – Lausanne

Posted by    |    September 23rd, 2016 at 1:41 pm


The home at 1006 Lausanne, built in 1937, is one of the five homes in a family of Skillern homes in the Kessler Park neighborhood. Only two owners have lived in the house since the Skillern family and both made significant changes to the home’s original footprint and architecture. Built by a Skillern daughter and her husband, a German engineer, the home was designed to stay cool during hot Texas summers. With a full brick exterior, small windows and multiple interior doors and windows for cross breezes, the original home was incredibly functional, if not stunning.