Kick Off 2018 in (or out of) Snow Boots
26 Dec 2017

Kick Off 2018 in (or out of) Snow Boots

It’s January – the perfect time of year to hit the slopes. Yes, we are aware that the biggest snows usually come in March and April, but so do the biggest crowds. Head up now before the vacationers and spring breakers take over!  If skiing/boarding isn’t your thing, you have plenty other snowy adventures to take on around our marvelous state. And if you’re not...

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Start Fresh At Reunion
18 Dec 2017

Start Fresh At Reunion

It’s that time of year again – you know, the time when you realize that you have more junk food than healthy food in your pantry, you pay a monthly membership to a gym or studio that you’ve barely been to, and the baggy clothes are getting a lot more traction than the fitted clothes in your closet. So while it’s true that most of...

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Ho-ho-holiday Happenings at Reunion!
11 Dec 2017

Ho-ho-holiday Happenings at Reunion!

On Dec. 2, Santa Claus visited our littlest residents at Reunion! Our 2017 Holiday Happenings event was a hit for little ones (and adults). See all the festive highlights here. We transformed the Reunion Rec Center into the North Pole to make Santa feel welcome! His little helpers decorated oodles of cookies for him, and a few to take home with Mom and Dad. While the kids...

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10 Things to Do With Your Kids Over Winter Break
04 Dec 2017

10 Things to Do With Your Kids Over Winter Break

If you are harboring a house full of children over the holiday break, most of your energy may be directed at keeping them busy yet out of your hair. If you need an arsenal of ideas to keep your kids engaged and otherwise occupied this holiday season, here’s a good list to start with: 1. Employ their enthusiasm in the kitchen. If you have kids...

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Dog in christmas hat eating food. Happy pet santa
30 Nov 2017

Put Some Ho-Ho-Ho in Your Holiday

This is the time of year to be jolly, so make an extra effort to make your season bright! Light up your surroundings with sparkly LED lights, bake cookies so your house smells amazing, and keep that eggnog spiked for those calm evenings after a long day of frenzied holiday shopping. We have fun events coming up this month and we hope to see our...

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Winter is Coming
19 Nov 2017

Winter is Coming

The leaves are falling, the temperatures are dropping, and the sun is setting a lot earlier. Yep, winter is closing in, and as a homeowner in Colorado, it’s smart to start preparing. As a Reunion resident, you live in a community where the homes are well-built to withstand the unpredictable winter weather every year. But you may be interested in controlling heating costs with a...

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Family With Grandparents Enjoying Thanksgiving Meal At Table
13 Nov 2017

Put The Thanks Back In Thanksgiving

For some people, Thanksgiving is a wonderful family holiday filled with loved ones, fantastic home-cooked food and heartfelt anecdotes. For others, Thanksgiving is that one stressful family holiday filled with relatives you only see once a year (for a reason), food that’s bland to cater to everyone’s food allergies, and the inevitable social/political arguments. While we can’t control food sensitivities or keep your uncle from...

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St. Jude Annual Builder Summit – 2017
09 Nov 2017

St. Jude Annual Builder Summit – 2017

In October, select members of the Oakwood Homes staff were invited by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to tour their facilities during the St. Jude Annual Builder Summit. Each year, families and children are referred to St. Jude to receive treatment for childhood cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. More than 75% of the research hospital’s operating budget comes from generous supporters in order to offer...

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Make The Best Use Of That Extra Hour This November!
30 Oct 2017

Make The Best Use Of That Extra Hour This November!

Did you know the day after Thanksgiving is the busiest day for plumbers? That’s according to Roto-Rooter. Meal prep and cleanup can clog drains and garbage disposals. In addition, guests requiring additional clothes washing, showers, and toilet flushes put a strain on household plumbing. So keep this in mind as you prepare for the onslaught of cooking and visitors this upcoming holiday season. One handy...

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Apparel To “Scare-all” This Halloween
23 Oct 2017

Apparel To “Scare-all” This Halloween

Halloween is one of the most popular holidays on the calendar – mainly because it involves so much creativity in décor, costumes, and parties. And who doesn’t love coming up with funny ideas or at least appreciating the creative efforts of friends and neighbors? With Trunk or Treat coming up on October 29 at the Rec Center, we thought we’d offer up clever costume ideas...

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