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Written by Resident Events  On  September 09, 2016   562   0
Splash-tastic End of Summer Party
Labor Day is a great opportunity to encourage your residents to mingle and have a bit of late summer fun. Before it starts getting too cool in the fall, aim for a water play party that accommodates all ages of participants. Here are a few wet and fun activities that will make your next water play event one to remember. Water shadows The concept of water shadows is simple. Kids and adults line up agaist the side of a building, fence, or wall and pose up against it. Using a watering hose (sprayfeature works best) lightly spray across all participants to create dry negative-space “shadows” around the outlines of their bodies. Kids especially love to do this more than once, so it’s best to choose an area that dries fast...
 
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Written by Anne Vallone  On  September 06, 2016   459   0
Annual Car Show
Essex Skyline 5th Annual Car Show Luxury Lifestyle, Luxury cars. Essex Skyline’s residents have some of the finest cars in the OC! For the past 5 years this has been a favorite event for the residents at Skyline to show off their luxury cars to fellow car enthusiasts. This year’s cars were amazing with over 3 million dollars of fine luxury cars on display at the event. We had 2008 Lamborghini LP640, Rolls Royce Ghost ,Porsche Panama Turbo, Lamborghini Aventador ,and Mercedes-AMG S63 to name a few. Essex partnered with a few local car vendors who help to support the event. Matt Gray owner from Top End MoterWerks for the 5th time help to arrange...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  September 05, 2016   590   0
End of Summer Cool Down with a Make Your Own Smoothie Day
Fresh fruit and veggie smoothies are great for all ages. Because they’re made with fresh whole-food ingredients, they’re filled with vital vitamins and minerals and also have a bunch of fiber to keep us fuller longer. Not only that, but they are great for both weight loss and even weight gain (for those that need it) by only changing the base ingredients. You’ll only want to attempt this event if you have easy access to a sink or other potable water to rinse and wash the blenders as you make the smoothies for residents. Image source: Pinterest If you are looking for a way to cool down residents and please the kids, here is your go-to guide for running a healthy and fun build your own smoothie event at the end...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  August 25, 2016   596   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   829   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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