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Written by Resident Events  On  November 05, 2015   1651   2
Homeless Donation Drive
Now that Halloween is over, we approach the season of being thankful and getting in the spirit of giving! This Resident Event idea encourages the spirit of the season by bringing your residents together and giving back to your community. It should be fairly inexpensive and easy on your budget! As a community, host a collections drive for a local homeless shelter. You can easily find lists of items that are most needed at the shelter itself but some ideas are: socks, coats, toiletries, diapers, blankets, non-perishable food items, and more. Many homeless shelters have programs which provide a Thanksgiving meal to families in need so see if you can find out if there are specialized food items to collect. Some shelters even accept book donations if they have programs in place to assist those in need with education and job...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  October 22, 2015   1745   0
Pumpkin-Palooza (Pumpkin Bowling and Pumpkin Cook-Off/Bake-off)
Immediately after Halloween, stores are stuck with hundreds of unsold pumpkins that they are dying to get rid of. Fortunately, we have a great resident event for some post-Halloween pumpkin fun! So drop by the local farmer's market or pumpkin patch and purchase a load of pumpkins of various sizes for dirt cheap. Pumpkin Bowling Bowling with nice round bowling balls is much too easy, right? Pumpkin Bowling is a fun spin-off that your residents will love. All you have to do is find some kids’ toy bowling game with plastic pins, and set up several “lanes” of bowling either in the clubhouse or outside if the weather permits or there is enough room. Make it fun by having various sizes of pumpkins (sometimes the “ugly” ones too) that the residents can choose from to bowl with and...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  October 12, 2015   1878   0
Halloween Trunk or Treat Block Party and Costume Parade
Halloween is just around the corner, and it is a great time to create a fun experience for the kids of the community! Communities can section off a parking area where residents can pull up and participate in a Trunk or Treat contest where they are encouraged to use their creativity to decorate their trunks/tailgates and win a prize for the best trunk. Usually the participants will bring candy and goodies to hand out to “visitors” same as they would for trick or treating. The trunk or treat should last about an hour to an hour and a half depending on participation. Some ideas: The costume parade would occur immediately after the winner of the best trunk is announced—kids AND PETS should be strongly encouraged to participate. Property employees should round...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  February 03, 2015   1634   2
Snowman Winter Contest!
A simple and fun activity for your residents! Have them come outdoors for some winter fun and build a Snowman! The theme can be up to you or the resident, but the more creative the better. You can go 'Plane Jane', 'Disney.', 'Sports Icons', 'Farmer Joe', 'The Unmain-Mainstream Hipster', whatever you can think of. Take lots of pictures with the residents and their snowmen/snowwomen! Make sure to have snowman criteria, you don't want any surprises!  Give a building timeframe, and date the winner will be announced.  We've added photos of several different types of snowmen!  
 
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Written by Brittany Worrell Boyce  On  December 15, 2014   1584   3
Bring Your Community Together with Sweet Treats
What’s better than a warm batch of chocolate chip cookies? Well, a plate filled to the brim with an assortment of homemade cookies, of course! Hosting a cookie swap in your community is a fantastic way to bring your residents together to get to know one another and enjoy the holiday season. It’s easy to do: simply invite your residents to bring their best, favorite sweet treat – enough to share, of course! You can either request that they also bring an empty plate or container to hold treats, or you can provide a treat bag for each participant to use to collect their sweets. Set up tables in your clubhouse or gathering place for participants to place their cookies. Consider providing notecards and markers, so each person can put the recipe title (and their name!) in front of their cookies. Once all of the...
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