While nestled in the heart of Spring, Texas, where snowfall is a rare sight, the Windrose Community Association has found a creative way to bring the joy of winter to its residents. Each year, usually during the holiday season, Windrose transforms a designated area into a Texas winter wonderland by creating a snowy hill that children can enjoy. This heartwarming tradition not only brings joy to the children, but also strengthens the sense of community within Windrose.
Communities prepare for holiday cheer by establishing committees, selecting unifying themes, and engaging residents in the planning and decoration process. Guided by inclusive signage, these efforts create a warm and inviting atmosphere and promote a sense of belonging, fellowship, and unity.
With Thanksgiving marking the start of the holiday season, many families and friends are likely to reunite after spending time apart during the pandemic. Here’s what to know about hosting guests, including parking, noise, and overnight stays.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many community association boards and managers concerned about visitors. Here are some things to consider when limiting the number of guests in your community over the holidays.