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Anne Vallone
Written by Anne Vallone  On  September 06, 2016   854   0
Annual Car Show
Essex Skyline 5th Annual Car Show Luxury Lifestyle, Luxury cars. Essex Skyline’s residents have some of the finest cars in the OC! For the past 5 years this has been a favorite event for the residents at Skyline to show off their luxury cars to fellow car enthusiasts. This year’s cars were amazing with over 3 million dollars of fine luxury cars on display at the event. We had 2008 Lamborghini LP640, Rolls Royce Ghost ,Porsche Panama Turbo, Lamborghini Aventador ,and Mercedes-AMG S63 to name a few. Essex partnered with a few local car vendors who help to support the event. Matt Gray owner from Top End MoterWerks for the 5th time help to arrange...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 24, 2015   2633   2
Yappy Hour
During this time of the year, it can be easy to get caught up in planning Resident Events which revolve around the holiday themes of November and December. This week’s Resident Event is not specific to any month or holiday, and can be planned any time of the year. In fact, if it ends up being a big hit amongst your residents you could make it a weekly, monthly, or quarterly event! This event is only applicable to pet-friendly communities but is sure to be a big hit! Let’s plan a resident Yappy Hour! How many events do you plan that include your residents’ pets? This one is just for them! Get creative with your flyers using cute slogans such as “dogs + humans + treats for all = Yappy Hour”; put up a sign during the event which says, “Let’s...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  June 16, 2015   1788   0
A "Community" Approach to Fitness
I recently stumbled upon a system called the 21 Day Fix, which is essentially a group fitness program that attempts to get everybody on the right track with exercise and nutrition over a 3 week period. Before I begin, however, I want to stress that this is not meant to be a sales pitch for the system, as I haven't seen the entire 21 days in action, but the initial concept was so compelling to be implemented in an apartment community, I couldn't help but share. This program takes a community approach to self-controlled workouts and nutrition. At least in the situation I saw, it was sold by an independent rep, similar to how people sell Tupperware, Mary Kaye, etc. But rather than selling strictly a product, this is both a set of products as well as a community approach to fitness. Each person gets...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  May 27, 2015   2906   1
Pickleball
Tennis is apparently so passe, as Pickleball is taking the country by storm! Ok, tennis may not be on its last legs quite yet, but it is true that a quirky sport called "Pickleball" is becoming extremely popular, especially among seniors. The draw for seniors is that Pickleball is played on a smaller court than tennis, about a third the size, which means less ground to cover, as well as played with a plastic ball, similar to a whiffle ball. That means the speed is a bit slower, and is a great low-impact sport. Granted, all ages can play Pickleball, but it does appear to cater towards seniors and would be a great addition to a Senior Housing activity line-up. Here is a clip explaining how Pickleball works: We think this is an absolutely great...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  September 08, 2014   1994   0
Activity Lists From Outside Your Community
When you think about event planning at your community, you don't have to be restricted to events that you host yourself! Any community can leverage events in the area, but most communities simply don't. So by keeping tabs on what is going on in the surrounding community, as well as within your own community, you will be able to easily and inexpensively expand your event calendar! Just make sure to really understand your residents, so you can pull together a list that caters to their interests. Fortunately, a lot of areas already have published lists of special events you can use to flesh out your own idea list. Your local newspaper, city and community Facebook groups and fan pages, Pinterest pages, and a variety of other locations will help you. In fact, if you can put in some time researching to...
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