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Written by Resident Events  On  October 28, 2016   876   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   891   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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Written by Resident Events  On  October 12, 2016   797   0
Cut a Rug at a Rockabilly Sock Hop
This 50's-style sock hop is all about turning up the music and dancing to rockabilly tunes. When you add a DJ and some light refreshments, it’s sure to be a fun night for all ages and full of great exercise as well. Promotion Get residents excited well in advance by sending out some 50’s trivia questions to test their knowledge of the decade, or put together a simple 10s music word search as part of the monthly newsletter. You can also post similar trivia, games, and old photos on your social media pages to engage residents ahead of the event. Playlist Most rockabilly classics are perfect for dancing, but here’s an “ultimate” playlist that will help...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  October 07, 2016   882   0
Football Away Game Tailgating Party
To foster a sense of team spirit in your community celebrate the first away game of the season with a parking lot tailgating party! 1) Encourage residents to set up their chairs, ice chests, and grills safely in the car park areas and lawns. 2) Aim to set up about three hours before game time. This may mean late afternoon on a weekday or mid-morning for weekend away games. 3) A big part of tailgating for the adults is alcohol. Remind residents to drink responsibly and have security present the day of the event just in case things get heated. 4) Decorate as much as possible with your team’s colors. Aim for balloons, banners, streamers, and even giveaway stickers or temporary tattoos. ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  September 30, 2016   889   0
Turn Clutter into Cash with a Community Garage Sale and Scavenger Hunt
Fall is a great time for garage sales. As the weather cools down it becomes easier to spend time outdoors walking around and it’s a perfect time for getting rid of things that families aren’t using anymore, minimizing clutter, and making room for new in our lives – just in time for the holiday season. We’ve already written on some of the best ways to plan a community swap and shop or spring cleaning party – but here’s another idea to make your annual community sale a more participatory event. Incorporate a scavenger hunt as part of the event 1. A few weeks in advance, encourage residents to send a photograph and description of their strangest, funniest, most interesting, or most unusual item that they are planning to put up for sale. 2. Create an album...
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