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Written by Resident Events  On  January 26, 2018   628   0
Super Slam Poetry Competition and Open Mic Night
Get your community pumped! Host an open mic night in your community, or organize a powerful slam poetry competition. Your community is going to have a blast! Here are some great tips your event a super success. Organizing the event Register poets and schedule them in advance so that you can prepare your sets to keep the competition moving throughout. Divide duties a host and MC. Make sure they share responsibilities to keep the event moving in between sets. In between poets, you can also have a DJ for music as artists and announcers are coming on and off stage. This guide gives more great ideas for how to organize a slam poetry event and delegate tasks. Additionally, ensure that you have the right sound equipment and set up for your venue and...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 22, 2018   1798   0
How to Host a Spring Cleaning Swap Shop
If you’re looking for a spring cleaning activity for residents, there are a few great ways to encourage it in your community! We’ve previously mentioned holding a community yard sale to turn resident clutter into cash, but there are other ways to get residents purging as well. Consider encouraging a swap shop where residents can either give away unused items and/or swap them for those they need. It’s a great way to upcycle and repurpose unwanted items that other residents may be able to use for their families. What is a swap shop? A swap shop is a cashless event where people exchange unwanted items for something they do want and need. Things like preloved sports equipment, toys, kids clothes, and other good condition home items are great ideas of things to bring to such...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 15, 2018   817   0
Fancy Fun-due! Host a Cheese or Chocolate Fondue Party!
A fondue party is a delicious and inexpensive event. It can easily be dressed up into an adult evening out, or made kid-friendly with the addition of healthy children’s snacks. People love it! via GIPHY For adults, think gourmet cheeses and “adult” fondue recipes with more kick and spice: •Whisky Cheese Fondue •Crab Fondue •Cheesy Roasted Jalapeno Fondue For children, try milder fondue recipes served with and bite-size veggies and bread bites Here are some child-friendly fondue recipes: •Cheddar Cheese Fondue •Cheesy Pizza Fondue •Cheddar Cheese Fondue This can be appropriately decorated and held as a Valentine's Day party or event. It’s also perfect...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 08, 2018   1155   0
Fly High with a Fun Kite Craft and Story!
National Kite Flying Day is Feb. 10, which means it's time to get out the kites and let 'em fly! To celebrate, you can arrange a fun kite craft or make kites of your own! Here’s a video with super simple step-by-step kite-making instructions. You can even have residents color and decorate their kites for added fun! Want to make the activity into a full craft and storytime? Check out the book Kite Day: A Bear and Mole Story by Will Hillenbrand. Here's a book preview: Some kite related crafts include mini paper kites using scrapbook paper (or wrapping paper) and straws. You can also make lunch bag box kites decorated with stickers and paint! For more kite craft...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  December 29, 2017   598   0
Cut Your Energy Costs Competition
Reduce energy costs in resident’s homes this month. To officially participate, residents will need to provide a few things. Set an energy consumption baseline Have residents bring in a copy of their previous year’s bill for the same month. If they haven't been with your community that long, they can also bring their previous month’s bill. Just make sure it states the exact amount of gas and/or electricity used the month prior so you can determine a baseline. Get residents thinking about their energy usage. Give ideas of ways they can conserve resources and cash in the year ahead. Though it may be hard for some in the family to do… via GIPHY Create a checklist and give energy-saving ideas Provide a list...
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