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Harvest Dinner
Our Thanksgiving was held one week before Thanksgiving. I arranged for an area restaurant to caterer. We set up our community room as a restaurant with linen table cloths, napkins, nice dishes and glassware. The tables had beautiful lighted laterns with grens and log pieces tha the tenants made. For a surprise we had a harp player play during our meal. Also during coffee and pie. We even sang grace. It was a great evening with friends.
 
 
A Very Merry Pinterest Christmas
As www.pinterest.com continues to explode in popularity, provide an opportunity for your residents to exchange new recipes and learn to make something crafty for their front door. Guests are encouraged to try a new recipe and bring a copy for their fellow guests. Event organizers can take the completed recipe cards and photocopy them so that every resident leaves with a new collection of recipes, and you can make color print-outs of blank cards so that residents can have the opportunity to copy down recipes onto custom cards once they return home. Set up a wreath-making station and walk guests through the steps to make their own wreath. If you’re crafty, provide more than one option and let them add their own unique flair to the design. Encourage guests to decorate their front doors with the wreaths during the month of December. All supplies...
 
 
Face Swap Group Pictures
This is just a silly spin-off of having a photographer come in for family/group portraits of your residents, where you find someone who knows how to use photoshop effectively to swap the heads or faces of the people in the picture.  We guarantee that this will get a laugh almost every time, and will be a great conversational piece for your residents to share with their friends! This could technically be done for any group picture, but we thought it made most sense for holiday group photos you coordinate at your community. (Also considering framing a copy and posting it in the community clubhouse!  What a great way to showcase your residents and your community to prospects in a fun way.)
 
 
Clean Out Your Trunk or Treat!
Offer your residents an opportunity to stretch their budget and recycle old Halloween costumes through a costume exchange party. This event is perfect for residents of all ages and will provide a unique pre-Halloween event that won’t conflict with their already scheduled Halloween parties.  
 
 
Every year we have a Champagne Brunch for our residents. Breakfast is cooked by the staff and served with Champagne. This is a great way to spoil your residents. Food that was provided: eggs, pancakes, toast, bagels, muffins, fruit and more. Drinks included: Champagne, OJ, Mike, Apple Juice and more.
 
 
Bake Off
Every year around Thanksgiving we have a Bake Off. Residents will bring in the best baked goods. Everyone will taste everyone elses Baked Goods. Who every is voted to have the best bake food, wins a new stove for their apartment. This is a great way to learn desserts for the biggest fest of the year.
 
 
Space and aliens would be the theme of the party. Residents would come dressed up as a planet, an alien or their favorite space themed Sci-Fiction character. All the food, and decoration would have alien and planetary theme, including alien beef jerky from the Alien Fresh Jerky store in Baker, CA.
 
 
A Night Among The Stars - Oscar Party
We delivered voting ballots for the Oscars & decorated the office with a red carpet, balloons, oscar statues and lots of stars. We showed the Oscars in our movie theater and had a menu that was named after the stars - Rodeo Drive Roll-Ups, Rising Star Cookies, Walk of Fame Punch & Chocolatey Hollywood Fountain, etc. We had the "paparazzi" there to take photos of the residents on the red carpet as they came in for the Oscar Party. The resident that choose the most correct winners won a pizza/movie party in our movie theater.
 
 
Think of the special for that month. Divide it into different amounts, written on small pieces of paper. Then put them in plastic Easter eggs & hide them all over your mini model or model. Tell the prospect about the game and what they find only during the tour will be the special for their move in. This way you can time your tours, and not have to give the whole special amount. Great for the prospect and for the budget! Everybody wins!
 
 
Spring Brunch
This is done in March or April around Easter, and plays on a theme of Easter Eggs. Set up 2 long tables in the clubhouse. Decorate with pastel table coverings and spring colored napkins. Napkins and plates can be placed in a large Easter Basket from the Dollar Store. On the first table, set out the paper goods and plastic ware, and your main dishes (two extra large egg casseroles). On the second table, set out your side dishes (fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, and a large dispenser of juice or punch). Have smaller Easter Baskets placed around the clubhouse willed with candy for the kids. Hide Easter Eggs in a safe common area outside so the kids can have a short egg hunt following the brunch. Make sure you know if your company will allow you to say "Easter"...
 
 
 
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