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Resident Events is a resource for property management professionals to find, share, and rate community events and apartment party ideas with each other!  Need some community event ideas?  Just take a look around!

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Written by Resident Events  On  August 17, 2018   242   0
Group Amusement Park Adventure
If you've ever visited a theme or water park in a large group, you know there's fun in numbers! Attending as a group is also cheaper as well! Most parks offering discounted ticket prices to larger groups. This makes a group outing to a theme park a no brainier for communities aiming to offer extra value to their residents. Best ticket prices Depending on which local park you attend, you can expect to pay about 10% less per ticket for groups over 20 or so people. The requirements and restrictions for large groups vary from park to park. Do check with your local amusement park or waterpark for exact details. Getting a discount on...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  July 19, 2018   252   0
Learning Electrical Circuits - Making Circuit Blocks!
Support your community scientists and engineers with this amazing circuit-building event. Watch the video below with everything you need to know about putting this project together in your community. Materials and Components Power sources The recommended power source for this project is batteries. Batteries provide direct current (DC) power: this means that their power current flows in one direction. We recommend 2 AA 3V battery packs. Loads In a circuit, the load in a circuit is anything that consumes the power. Aim for components rated for around 3V and for DC power. Here are a few ideas: LEDs ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  March 19, 2018   727   0
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Encouraging healthy and beautiful activities in your community can be accomplished in more ways than one. One inexpensive and fun way to encourage creativity and murals is by providing ways to make the temporary kind! Chalk art is a simple and inexpensive way to celebrate the warmer weather. There are few requirements for this event other than available sidewalk space and quality chalk. It also encourages residents to come together and make large-scale works of art right in your community. With this event, you’ll be encouraging residents to create large colorful chalk works of art on your community’s sidewalks over a one-two day period. You can either provide each resident with a box of chalk for free or charge a minimal registration fee to offset the cost of the quality color chalks. A $10 pre-registration fee...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  February 23, 2018   777   0
Indoor Nerf Battle-Zone
Looking for an exciting and active event to do with residents? Plan a Nerf party! Create the coolest Nerf battle ever for residents old and young alike! It's as much fun as paintball but without the mess. It's also not as painful as dodge ball and easy for all ages (or at least all the ages that can shoot a Nerf gun.) They key to making this event a success is having tons of Nerf fighting equipment and plenty of places to hide! Nerf it up! Nerf blasters are the ultimate fun fighting machine. But don’t just take my word for it, take a look at this list of the 30 best Nerf guns ever made. My top tip is to keep things simple. Only purchase multiple versions of the same gun....
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  September 28, 2017   388   0
Building a Community Aquarium
Image source: Pixabay Have you ever wanted to set up an aquarium in your community? Get your residents involved in setting it up and participating in the process. How to choose a saltwater or freshwater tank? The first decision you’ll need to make is whether you want a freshwater or saltwater tank. To help you make a decision, you can buy (or borrow from your local library) a book like Aquariums: The Complete Guide to Freshwater and Saltwater Aquariums. After you’ve made up your mind about what type of tank environment you want, you can decide size, placement, fish, décor, and your daily maintenance schedule. ...
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