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Written by Resident Events  On  March 20, 2017   507   1
Quality Time with Family and Friends –Potluck Dinner Night
Gathering together for food is among the most pleasurable times for children, teenagers, and adults alike. Because of this, planning a monthly potluck event can be an engaging experience for your community members: it also helps your community members get better acquainted with each other. Planning the event When planning a potluck event for a large number of guests – it’s essential to plan wisely and well in advance. Decide your theme, venue, and timing for the event. Suitable locations for a potluck event on your property could be a community center, BBQ area, or community park. Notifying residents about the event Informing members about the event, at least two weeks in advance, will ensure better participation. Emails and Facebook event invitations can be sent your community...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  March 14, 2017   514   0
Sparkle Up Your Sneakers
With spring blossoming onto the scene, who wouldn’t love to get their sneakers geared up for the season! Some people may find such cleaning tasks mundane or boring. Others keep procrastinating because they have a lot of work on their plate. This is why planning a shoe cleaning event will actually let the members have fun with the cleaning while providing a great rehabilitation session for their sneakers. Things you will need Spray bottles filled with detergent (70 percent dish soap, mixed with 30 percent purified water). Spray bottles filled with water. Soft brushes or sponge (old tooth brushes work great as well.) Small towels or polish cloths. Tea-bags, lemon peels, or baking soda to absorb odor. Peanut butter, toothpaste, and white nail polish...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  February 20, 2017   777   0
Elegant Bagel Brunch
Invite residents to an elegant bagel brunch complete with an inviting spread of bagels, cream cheese, jam, jelly, fresh fruit, tea, coffee, and juice. Sparkling beverages and small smoothie cups can also add a touch of class to your beautiful bagel brunch. What to serve An elegant brunch event begins with great food. Buy the best bagels and toppings you can afford and be sure to arrange everything in decorative plastic or glass containers. ***TIP*** Check out local thrift shops and yard sales for inexpensive dishes you can use for future events. Community Partners Depending where you’re located you may be able to partner with a local bakery or bagel company as a sponsor - or ask then to cater your event. You can also purchase a variety of bagels and toppings yourself...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  February 03, 2017   832   0
Chocolate Tasting Theme Party
It may come as no surprise that National Chocolate Month is celebrated in February. While a chocolate tasting event may fit into your schedule perfectly all year round, it’s an especially sensuous and delicious idea for a Valentine’s Day party. Quick decorating ideas While you may find hearts, roses, pinks, reds, and frilly white lace a bit cliché, we associate these colors and themes with the holiday. Old habits are hard to break. However, you can opt for untraditional colors. Break out of the mold and craft another color theme for your party decorations. If you want to stay away from the pinks you can opt for purple and silver or blue and gold for a decadent and elegant feel. Balloons, lanterns, streamers, and pretty colored table cloths can set the mood and call attention...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 27, 2017   858   0
One Book Reading for Your Whole Community
The One Book One Community trend was started by Seattle readers in 1998. Its purpose is to promote the reading of a single book by a whole city or community so that they have something in common and something to discuss. Now, almost two decades later, most major cities have a one book program listed as part of their public library system. As a resident community, you can take advantage of this trend by making it easier for residents to find, read, and discuss the chosen books. You can also choose a title of your own and then build an event around it. To get ideas of which books might be appropriate for your community, take a look at what other communities are reading all around the U.S. The Library of Congress also maintains listings of all past and present...
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