Spring is in the air and it’s a great opportunity to boost engagement among your residents. The weather is gorgeous but not overwhelmingly hot. We are a few months off from the holidays and residents may have an interest in getting out and being social. It’s important for homeowner association boards to organize fun events for residents and they can do so with the help of a Tampa homeowners association management company. A management company can organize all the details and get the word out.
Here are three examples of fun events that can draw in homeowners to have the type of times that make people want to become and stay a part of your community:
If your community has a common area with a grill, purchase some burgers and brats and invite the entire neighborhood. Cookouts are an outstanding way to bring your residents together to hangout and build community. If your common area has a pool, even better. Families can bring their kids to meet the other children in the neighborhood and go swimming. Make sure that you bring your iPod and bluetooth for music. Also, bring games for entertainment.
If your common area has a blank wall, take advantage of a spectacularly comfortable spring evening by having a community movie night. Pick a fun movie that would appeal to most ages. If you don’t have a video projector, borrow one from someone in the community or hire a video company to help out with that part of the event. Make sure to get popcorn, candy, and other snacks.
EASTER EGG HUNT
In a few weeks, Easter will be upon us. An Easter egg hunt is a fun, family-friendly event that your residents will rave about. Get several hundred plastic eggs, depending on the size of your community and the number of kids, and fill them with candy and other fun items. Make sure to do multiple hunts so that children of comparable ages are participating. The event can include additional activities such as crafts and face painting. Also, don’t forget the Easter Bunny for photo opportunities.
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