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Written by Resident Events  On  November 14, 2016   672   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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Written by Resident Events  On  November 10, 2016   617   0
Veterans Day Storytelling
In honor of Veterans Day, consider holding a veteran-themed event like a storytelling initiative. This event is particularly perfect for communities with large senior populations. It’s also equally fun when advertised in advance and opened up to the surrounding greater community and older family members of your current residents. How to get started There are two ways to host a Veteran’s Day storytelling event: Invite an organization like StoryCorps to the property. Arrange your own oral history event. **BONUS** Encourage residents to bring over parents, grandparents, and other elderly family members to share their stories. Take an oral history Encouraging oral history-taking is a service to the community, and a national imperative. Some organizations, like the Veterans History Project (with the Library of Congress) and StoryCorps, aim to...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 04, 2016   690   0
Fall Frolic - November Craft Party
As our resident communities head into the fall season, it’s fun to get in the spirit of cooler weather with some creative crafts. This is easily turned into a monthly recurring event to encourage crafters to come by the clubhouse on a more regular basis. How to get started For an October craft party the focus is on setting up a few stations for different nature-based and tactile crafts that are easy projects for children and also interesting for adults as well. Here are some ideas of craft stations to put together… DIY Leaf Bowl With this quick project you need either real or artificial leaves, hot glue or Mod Podge, and some balloons. Image source: Hello Lucky To make the bowl: Blow up...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  October 28, 2016   753   0
Smash It, Don’t Trash It, Pumpkin Smash
This is a perfect post Halloween pumpkin disposal event. Rather than seeing those outdoor pumpkins rotting on stoops and sidewalks, encourage residents to bring their decorated, carved, un-carved, and misshapen pumpkins to the centrally located pumpkin smash. ***TIP*** Reach out the manager of a local grocery store to discuss a discounted rate for any remaining pumpkins they have that did not sell. ***TIP*** In order to make this as easy and clean-up friendly as possible, you may want to consider keeping the pumpkin smashing to a certain designated area, like on a few large tarps – for easier clean up. The tools are simple and all residents need is do is supply the pumpkins! ***TIP*** Encourage residents to wear old...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  October 21, 2016   737   0
Host a Cosplay Game Night!
What is cosplay? Cosplay is a contraction of the words costume and play. The practice includes dressing up as a character from a movie, book, or video game - especially characters from the Japanese genres of manga and anime. Cosplay can involve anything from the simplest of costumes and designs that any true fan would recognize, to the most elaborate transformations - with hair, makeup, wigs, shoes, and other props typically adding massive interest to the elaborateness of the costume design. How to get started… Cosplay is about dressing up as your favorite character, going out and having fun. It’s also about getting lots of pictures and hanging out with other people with similar interests. To host a cosplay night in your community, put a call out to residents to gauge interest. There...
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