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Written by Resident Events  On  December 09, 2016   706   0
Sensational Snowman Building Contest
By January – snow is in the air! It’s also on the ground. This makes it the perfect time for communities with snow to gather residents and hold their very own snowman building contest. For communities in the Northwest, Northeast and all cities in the central part of the country (to about the latitude of Omaha, Nebraska) it’s time to make use of that fluffy white stuff and get creative! This event can easily turn into a day-long activity where families are coming and going most of the day with minimal supervision. However, make sure that everyone knows the cut-off time for judging. This way, they can come to the event to craft their snowy creation before the final buzzer. Two to three hours are usually needed to craft the more elaborate designs. Planning and prep ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  December 05, 2016   650   0
Snowflakes and Sparkles - December Craft Party
With everyone in the holiday spirit, it’s a great time to gather your residents together in one room and organize a community holiday craft party. This month, residents will be making an assortment of winter and holiday-themed crafts for all ages – from children to older adults and everyone in between. We’ve highlighted a few snowflake crafts but there are other ideas and links at the end of the article. Preparation As always, with any craft event, it’s important to try the crafts yourself before sharing them with your residents. While working on your own sample design, you may find ways to streamline the process or discover new techniques that you want to share. A trial run will also give you some finished samples you can set out for residents to copy so they know they’re on...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 28, 2016   526   0
Holiday Bazaar and Toys for Tots Fundraiser
A well-planned bazaar and fundraiser during the holiday season will catch donors and attendees when they are already in a giving mood. At the same time, the holiday season is always busy so it’s best to plan the event well in advance so that there will be less chance of a conflict with your resident attendees Here are a few tips for planning a non-profit bazaar in your community that can hold space as a fun and successful event. Guests Decide if your event will be open only to residents, or if you will open it up to other community members as well. You may decide on a compromise and insist that each resident is allowed to bring one or two “guests” to the event from outside the community. This can allow residents to bring partners, friends, family members, or any other guests...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 18, 2016   474   0
December Rotating Art Exhibition
The holiday season is a great time to start a rotating art exhibition showcasing local artist and artists on a monthly, or bi-monthly, basis. You can organize the exhibitions yourself, seek volunteers from your resident community to help manage the events, or seek out students from a local arts department. **TIP** Find out if your local community has an "Art Walk" day or something similar (usually the first or second Saturday of the month) and time your exhibitions and opening shows to correspond to that city-wide event. To host an art exhibition in your lobby area there are a few things you’ll want to consider. Finding artists There are many different ways to find artists and structure the exhibitions. Image source: Pixabay ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 14, 2016   607   0
Create a Homework Hub and Study Space in Your Community
To craft a family-friendly community, consider creating a space for tutoring and homework in the clubhouse after school hours and before closing up office. On weekdays, 2-4 PM or 3-5 PM are good timings to try. There are lots of ways to make your homework and study space a success. To pull it off you will need to rely on community volunteers or possibly take in donations to make it a fully self-sustaining space. Here are some of the most important considerations for creating a space that children and teens will love to study in. Gather supplies Offer plenty of standard school supplies like: Construction paper Graph paper Notecards Raised line binder paper ...
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