Plan a Party at Your Retirement Community

‘Tis the season for winter visitors! Whether you’re planning a party at your house or for your retirement community, it’s all about fun! As part of your planning process, ask the homeowners association what the rules are for hosting an event on-site in a common area. Then you can get to work on a theme, guest list, and games and prizes to make sure everyone feels included.

Meet and Greet

Some residents live here all year while others have made their way from colder climates for a few months. Schedule a meet and greet where everyone can get to know each other. Provide simple refreshments like cookies and iced tea and an activity where residents can get to know each other. Need extra tables and chairs? White Knight Party Rentals has just what you need!

Know the Rules

If your party is planned for the community center or another common area in the neighborhood, find out what the rules are for such a party. There may be a noise ordinance or a no adult beverage rule. We wouldn’t want you to get in trouble for a fun event! Once you know the guidelines, the options are endless.

  • Rent a movie screen and PA system to host a movie night!
  • Play card games like canasta or poker.
  • Host a potluck and ask each person/couple to bring food popular from their home state.

It’s a great way to get to know each other!

Dance Party

If you figure out there are a lot of active people in your retirement community, host a dance party! Rent a DJ and dance floor and dance the night away with your new friends. Take requests from each popular decade. Ask who has been married the longest and give them a prize and round of applause. Crown a King and Queen of the Prom!

Get creative when it comes to party planning in your community, have fun, and call White Knight Party Rentals for all your party needs!

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