This year I have added two new new years resolutions to my list...
and I promise I will get to work, just as soon as I pin this. :)
I love these Holiday Font’s from Dafont.com they will work for addressing envelopes, making gift tags to scrap booking and much more! Best of all they are FREE for personal use. You can find them here… Holiday > Christmas fonts | dafont.com.
I LOVE this great use of keyboard symbols for Christmas texts and emails!
Its made from the following symbols; an asterisk, less than, open bracket, colon, open brace and close parenthesis.
At Premier Residential we are always on the lookout for more ways to help residents Love where they Live and this 4th of July is no exception!
Maybe you want to Celebrate our country's birthday in Auburn at Les Gove Park. The event includes a noon bike parade, various entertainment on two stages, a kids craft tent, an arts & craft grove with over 50 artists, a car show, 8 inflatable rides, a rock wall, euro-bungy trampolines and other fun activities for children. The event also offers bingo, mini golf, bocce, food concessions, and so much more!
In Tacoma there is the Freedom Fair and Fireworks The fireworks show begins at 10:10 pm and will include shells ranging from three to ten inches in diameter – the size of basketballs! The height each shell reaches after firing varies depending on size, with the largest reaching a height of almost a quarter of a mile before bursting. The display will be synchronized to a soundtrack broadcast from sound systems on several stages, and on Warm 106.9 FM and KLAY AM 1180.
Want more ideas? We put together this Pinterest board that has crafts ideas, recipes, party ideas, free printables and much more including even more community actives! This board contains tons of great ideas to help you get the most enjoyment out of this year's 4th of July celebrations http://pinterest.com/prcommunities/love-where-you-live-4th-of-july/
Fireworks Prohibited by the City And Your Apartment Community
Violators are subject to issuance of a 10 day notice to vacate and civil damages. In addition to Fines and Charges imposed by the City Authorities.
Our offices will be closed on the fourth of July so that our staff can enjoy the holiday with family and friends. Remember even though Fireworks are not allowed on community grounds, picnic are! Have a fun and safe Independence day.
Whether it's your father, your husband, your son or your friend- here are some great ideas to celebrate the Men in Your Life. Happy Fathers Day!
Did you know that Fathers Day was started right here in Washington state? Find out more and discover some great ideas for celebrating Father's Day here ...
Christmas is fast approaching and I thought it would be the perfect time to ask a few of our residents and team members the pressing questions of the day, “what is your favorite holiday activity?” And “what is your favorite holiday tradition?” Here are a few of the responses I received…
Carol assistant manager at Mark Twain apartments said her favorite holiday activity is to take a drive through the city looking at lights and then come home and bake sugar cookies for Santa. Her favorite holiday tradition is to bake pull -a- parts and talk and reminisce about our childhood memories. It seems like Christmas lights are a common theme because up north Jamey the manager at Evergreen Court reports one of her favorite holiday activities is to drive around and see the Christmas lights people have put up. Her favorite holiday tradition is gathering the entire family for a Christmas Eve ritual, “each one gets to say anything we want, generally about what has happened in our lives in the past year. Then we eat lots of good food and open a ton of presents!”
As for me, my favorite activity is spending time with family and friends and although it’s hard to narrow it down (there are so many great traditions this time of year) my favorite is probably one my family started a few years back. Every day we try to find Elf (Maybe you have heard of Elf on the shelf) it turns out that the cute little elf keeps a watchful eye on everyone in the house throughout the day and every night he reports back to
Santa who has been naughty and nice. His nightly trips to the North Pole means he ends up in a new location every morning and the kids try to find him! We also love to ‘find the pickle’ someone hides a pickle in the Christmas tree, finding it is harder than you would think! Want to make your own Christmas elf? Click here http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/nutty-little-elves-ornaments-811551/ for instruction of how to make a peanut elf (very cute!)
There are lots of great places to see Christmas lights all around us but a few of the giant ones that are worth a short trip include 5716 Hazel Avenue SE and 211th place just north of Auburn-Black diamond Road in Auburn, 1822 North Frace Street, 1720 South 9th, and 214 S. 55th Street in Tacoma and 8316 52ndStreet Court West in University Place.
All of these are quite spectacular and most are featured on Komo News website at http://www.komonews.com/weather/lights Of course we can’t forget zoolights at Point defiance Zoo, it’s always a favorite!
Let us know your favorite light display, tradition or activity.