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Adopt-A-Mom Dinner Event
While I was considering a good Mother’s Day event for communities, I came across several charities called “Adopt-A-Mom”. They all seem to be local charities which help mothers in need in various ways, their biggest event being on Mother’s Day. So, I thought, wow, wouldn’t this be great for a community to do? Can you get your residents on board with Adopt – A – Mom to help buy gifts for mothers who won’t be receiving one otherwise? And that’s how my idea for a Mother’s Day event has turned into a nice charity event for your community. While celebrating the mother’s in your own community, raise some money for mothers who need a little something to brighten their day. All you need to do is hold a dinner for moms and charge an admission price (make it reasonable so some of the kids can purchase them...
 
 
Last Minute Easter Egg Event Idea!
This is an activity you could do with the kids of the community, and is really easy to do! You first need to ask your residents to bring an old silk tie in, if they have one. Make sure to go to a thrift store beforehand to find some cheap ones for those that don’t have a silk tie to use. Cut the silk into pieces that can wrap all the way around an egg, so that the pattern is facing the egg, and wrap string around the egg. (Note, I’ve seen some places that recommend wrapping the egg in white cotton fabric, like an old pillow case around the string, but I’m not sure if that is necessary.) Next, boil the eggs in water and ¼ cup white vinegar for 20 minutes. Let them cool and enjoy your...
 
 
A Valentine Making Party! We went to the craft and dollar stores to get construction paper, stickers, glue, crayons, etc. Residents could come in and design a Valentine card for anyone. We took pictures and did prizes for the cutest card in several age categories. We also had snacks and door prizes.
 
 
Valentine Candy Gram!
A Valentine Candy Gram is a great way to get to know your residents. Print and place a candy gram on each resident’s door before Valentine’s Day. On Valentine’s Day, place a large bowl of individually wrapped Valentine inspired candies and chocolates in the leasing office. Place it on table covered with a festive red or pink tablecloth adorned with some Valentine hearts. Set aside some time to be available to meet and greet residents as they come to the office to retrieve the sweet treat of their choice. This is a simple but effective way to connect with your residents.
 
 
Anti-Valentine's Day Party
Just because you're single, doesn't mean you have to stay at home by yourself on Valentine's Day. Come out and meet your neighbors at this event! This is a great event for a community with several singles and young adults. Decorate the club house with black and white colors or anything anti-Valentine's (no red or pink). Have fun appetizers or a black and white cake. You can have the residents wear something black or white to keep with the theme. Or, they could wear all black or something along those lines. When the residents get there, give them a card with 4 or 5 questions on it. Have them fill in the answer. The object of the game is to find as many people who have the same answers and write their name down on your card. Whoever finishes first will get a prize....
 
 
Mardi Gras Party
New Orleans knows how to throw the biggest party in the world - Mardi Gras! Being able to taste the Cajun cuisines, listen to Zydeco or Jazz music, and see the bright colors is an activity many would love to experience again and again. Re-creating this world famous event in your community is a great theme for a great party. Invitations should be brightly colored and should encourage guests to wear official Mardi Gras Colors - purple, green, and gold! As the host, you'll want to be decked out in all your Mardi Gras finery--chose to decorate yourself with beads and a fun feather mask! The colorful colors of Mardi Gras, purple, green and gold, will decorate your party room for a memorable and festive occasion. Decide when, where, and how you are going to serve the food. New Orleans is known for its food...
 
 
Chocolate Extravaganza!
Valentine’s Day and chocolate seem to go hand in hand. Celebrate the holiday of love with a Chocolate Extravaganza! A chocolate fountain is ideal for this type of celebration. It provides a stunning centerpiece. Creating the chocolate to put in the fountain is fairly simple. You simmer cream over medium heat, then stir in chopped up pieces of chocolate. You can dip whatever you like into the chocolate fountain, but it is always ideal to have a variety of items ranging from sweet to salty to savory. You can pretty much use any type of fruit, but the most popular include strawberries, cherries, pineapple, berries, apples, tangerines, oranges, pears, dried fruit, peaches, pomegranate and figs. Other ideal dipping items include marshmallows, biscotti, gummy candies, gingerbread, sugar cookies, cubed brioche, baklava, fruitcake, chopped nuts (to sprinkle on dipped items) thick cut potato chips, Rice Crispies squares, pretzels,...
 
 
Pot Luck Dinner
Keeo The Holidays Going Pot Luck Dinner. (See Invitation)
 
 
Spring Fling
The Spring Fling Party should be held outside by the pool, tennis courts, or any open outdoor space. Serve chili dogs straight from the grill with lemonade to put everyone in that spring has sprung mood. Set Up: Prior to the event choose 9 or 18 targets across the complex that you will have the residents travel through. Mark these targets with balloons so they are easy to see from the prior target. Also, create score cards so you can see who got the best score. For added competition, figure out PAR numbers for what it "should" take to get there. Game Play: Begin in the clubhouse and have people break into groups of 4 to 6. Send out groups in waves with 5 minute intervals. Players will then take turns throwing their frisbees trying to hit the targets in as few throws as...
 
 
White Elephant community Party
I think this type of party would be fantastic for a community! They are really simple to set up and most people who have them place a reasonable price limit on the gifts. Here’s a couple of other ideas for your gift rules: Re-gift—Everyone must bring a gift they would like to get rid of. This is a great idea if you want to have your party AFTER the Holidays. Something from your home- Have everyone bring something they already own but just don’t want anymore. Price limits – ranging from $5-$20 Gag gifts only – this might be my favorite! I would suggest serving snacks, holiday cookies, and finger foods. Here is a great resource for all the rules on a White Elephant Party to help with planning. ...
 
 
 
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