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Hot Girl Summer: A Comprehensive List of Warm Weather Activities for Your Residents

Summer is in full swing, which means you can plan some fun activities for your residents. And, since it's warm out, you can host a lot of your events outside, which is more conducive to social distancing. Also, it's just nice to be in fresh air, instead of hunched in front of our computers like we are most of the year. (If I want to be staring at a screen in the middle of the summer, I can be checking Instagram while sitting on a lounge chair, thankyouverymuch.)

 

You can do a mix of different ideas. Or have some events just for kids. Or some for just adults. Any way to get your residents having fun.

Need suggestions for summer resident events? Don't worry, I've got you covered. Below is a list of activities you can try out at your apartment communities. Enjoy!

Warm Weather Resident Activity Suggestions

  • Host a picnic
  • Have a barbeque
  • Have a potluck, where renters can bring their favorite dishes
  • Hire local food trucks (I promise not all my ideas are food related)
  • Set up a make-your-own-sundae bar (OK, yes, that's another food one, but who can say no to rainbow sprinkles?)
  • Have a pool party with a DJ

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