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Written by Resident Events  On  August 04, 2016   835   1
Pile the Toppings with a Gourmet Waffle Bar
Hosting a waffle bar is a great way to get acquainted with residents. It also makes a perfect early morning meet up or weekend brunch. The nooks and crannies in the waffles can hold lot of extra treats and are the perfect plain base for a variety of toppings. Preparations 1. For waffle bar that runs smoothly you’re going to want to have at least two or three waffle irons that you’re working to crank out the waffles. You can borrow from residents and employees in advance, or purchase waffle irons ($20) specifically for the event. 2. Mix the batter the morning of the event and keep it in large pitchers to make the process a bit faster. 3. ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  July 29, 2016   677   0
Go Green with Seed Ball Landscaping
Image source: Creek Life If you are like most communities, you have a dry or unattractive corner in, or near, your property - perhaps a spot that doesn’t get well-watered or that gets a lot of sun. One creative and fun solution to that bare patch is to plan to add life to that area after holding a seed ball building workshop. Seed balls, also known as earth balls, seed bombs, or green grenades, are earthen balls that contain a variety of hearty seeds. Guerilla activists and gardening groups generally create these easily thrown balls of seed to beautify areas of the city or landscape that are hard to reach by traditional gardening means. The balls are tossed over fences, into abandoned lots, on the side of the freeway, along vacant stretches of highway, and in other parts of town that could...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  July 22, 2016   773   1
Organizing a Mini Watermelon Festival
August 3rd is National Watermelon Day, so what better way to celebrate than with a mini watermelon festival? When organizing a party of all things watermelon, consider having watermelon themed drinks, eats, deserts, decorations, crafts, and watermelon carving (who said carving was only for pumpkins?) *BONUS* If you are feeling adventurous you can also prepare and/or serve pickled water melon rinds (a southern delicacy) and toasted watermelon seeds – which are actually a very healthy treat! Drinks and Eats Fruit salads, desserts, and smoothies can all be easily made with watermelon as a main ingredient, but there are other recipes for less traditional fare: Grilled Watermelon is sure to be a hit – brushed with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt and pepper this is an unusual mix of sweet and savory....
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  May 27, 2016   982   0
Community Freezer Meal Prep
If your residents are anything like me, their days are hectic right up until dinner time, and their busy lives likely don’t allow for a lot of meal prepping and cooking time. One of my favorite things to do at the beginning of every month is get together with my girlfriends for a freezer meal prepping session. At the end of each session, we each have enough freezer meals for the entire month. This tradition saves us all a ton of money on groceries, cuts down on food waste and provides our families much healthier “quick” options for dinner. One way you can turn this idea into an event for your residents is to kindly provide gallon sized Ziploc bags and tin pans for the freezer meal storage. You can buy bulk cases of tin pans, here. You should also hold this event near a...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  May 16, 2016   955   0
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One of the biggest concerns that people face when choosing to rent an apartment is the potential of a fire erupting within the community, especially for people with upper floor apartments and families with children. Many families do not have solid fire escape routes in place, and many people are not familiar with the numerous ways to minimize the risk of a fire breaking out in an apartment community. Hosting a community-wide Fire Safety and Prevention Day is a proactive, inexpensive and fantastic way to educate and protect your residents, while also thanking the community Firefighters who risk their lives to keep people, pets and their homes safe from fire. Before you choose a date to host this event, be sure to check with your local Fire Department to see which day they would best be able to attend and also be able to bring...
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