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    Written by Resident Events  On  August 25, 2016   63   0
    Fairway Games and Activities for your Summer Carnival
    When planning a summer carnival party sometimes you need to think outside the box to cater to your residents. One community with a lot of college students included both bungee trampolines and bungee runs as part of their festival offerings. If you have a more diverse age range of residents you’re going to want to ensure that you have a variety of carnival activities, fairway type games, and other competitions to keep residents entertained. Making or renting? While carnival services do exist in most states, the games themselves can be expensive to rent, costing anywhere from $150-500 each. Making your own games costs a fraction of that and can also be a boredom-beating project for your team. There are plenty of fairway game ideas and many are almost free to make. ...
     
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    Written by Resident Events  On  August 18, 2016   126   0
    Get Active with Geocaching
    Geocaching is the world’s largest scavenger hunt – but it can also be adapted for your community’s property. Using GPS devices or their mobile phones, geocachers navigate to specific coordinates to find boxes of hidden treasures. When they take something out of the hidden box they also have to put something in. To adapt this activity to your community the treasure boxes can be located on the property, or in nearby public parks or recreational areas. If you don’t mind inviting the general public onto your property as well you can also register the GPS coordinates of your cache in online databases and welcome visitors to the property when they occasionally arrive to hunt down your property’s boxes. The activity can be adapted to all ages of children and adults and is a great weekend activity for families. ...
     
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    Written by Resident Events  On  August 12, 2016   171   0
    Have Your Residents Caught Pokémon Go Fever?
    With over 75 million downloads of the new Pokémon Go phone application within just three weeks of release, the game clearly reached a level of excitement that’s swept the nation. If you’re not familiar with the augmented reality application, Pokémon Go is a GPS enabled phone app that requires players to roam the city, literally, in search of nearby Pokémon. Monsters can be captured and battled against other player’s monsters in nearby “gyms” and Pokémon eggs are incubated and hatched by walking as well. Pokémon Go is an app that’s getting noses (mostly) out of screens and out for walks in nearby parks and downtown areas. It’s also an app that’s bringing communities together and uniting them over a fun and exciting game. There are more than a few ways to rally your community around the app – and form...
     
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    Pile the Toppings with a Gourmet Waffle Bar
    Hosting a waffle bar is a great way to get acquainted with residents. It also makes a perfect early morning meet up or weekend brunch. The nooks and crannies in the waffles can hold lot of extra treats and are the perfect plain base for a variety of toppings. Preparations 1. For waffle bar that runs smoothly you’re going to want to have at least two or three waffle irons that you’re working to crank out the waffles. You can borrow from residents and employees in advance, or purchase waffle irons ($20) specifically for the event. 2. Mix the batter the morning of the event and keep it in large pitchers to make the process a bit faster. 3. ...
     
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    Written by Resident Events  On  July 29, 2016   190   0
    Go Green with Seed Ball Landscaping
    Image source: Creek Life If you are like most communities, you have a dry or unattractive corner in, or near, your property - perhaps a spot that doesn’t get well-watered or that gets a lot of sun. One creative and fun solution to that bare patch is to plan to add life to that area after holding a seed ball building workshop. Seed balls, also known as earth balls, seed bombs, or green grenades, are earthen balls that contain a variety of hearty seeds. Guerilla activists and gardening groups generally create these easily thrown balls of seed to beautify areas of the city or landscape that are hard to reach by traditional gardening means. The balls are tossed over fences, into abandoned lots, on the side of the freeway, along vacant stretches of highway, and in other parts of town that could...
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