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Learn healthy and positive tips to get through this year's Valentine's Day...with also a pinata!!! It's alright to be single and it's alright to be in love!
Come down to the office to write a note and send a flower gram to another resident! Flowers will be delivered to doors on Valentine's day between 12-3pm.
Between the days of February 4th and the 11th we will be selling Valentine Candy Grams that will be distributed on Friday Feb. 13th. Residents will have the option to send the Candy Grams to another resident or pick them up themselves to give to non-residents. The buyer will also be able to leave a short message for the recipient.
For Valentines Day I thought making valentine's cards would be a fun and creative thing to do with my girls. I also am going to have cupcakes that they can decorate on their own to get in a good mood for Valentines Day! We will also be watching a romantic comedy "Leap Year."
A Valentine's Day themed program with cookie and cupcake decorating, chocolate dipped strawberries and valentine card making.
We will be watching the movie "50 First Dates" and making Valentine's Day cards
This program will bring residents together to learn how to make vegan truffles, while learning about the health benefits of superfoods like cacao, coconut oil, chia, and hemp! recipe here: http://www.feedyourawesomemachine.com/the-ultimate-dark-vegan-chocolate-truffles-recipe/
Make cute crafts for your friends, family, and loved ones using none other than candy! Located in Galileo lounge.
I made Valentine's Day bags for all my residents. Each bag included some chocolate, fruit chews, nerds, mini granola bars, and a valentine.
Each suite will have a bag on their door for people to give Valentine's to each other if they wish.
I bought all my residents Swearthearts for Valentines Day. In the afternoon I knocked on everyone's door and gave them their candy and caught up on how things are going this semester. For the ones that weren't home I slid it under their door. And the ones that didn't fit under their door I wrote and email notifying them I have candy for them.
I bought Sweetheart candy and wrote "Happy Valentine's Day" and gave them to my residents. I left them by their doors in the morning so that when they woke up, they would see they had a Valentine! :)
Come and make Valentine's! We will be writing Valentine's to ourselves. Tell yourself how awesome you are while enjoying yummy snacks.
Apartment 9 residents will be invited to 921 to make their own goodie bags! An assortment of snacks, treats, candy, and safe sex supplies will be available for them to pick and choose from!
While students are making goodie bags, we will watch a short video on the origin of Valentine's Day and discuss how it's evolved into what it is today.
In addition, residents will have the option to t...
I will go door to door to deliver a box of candy hearts to each person in the apartment. I will also use this opportunity to speak one on one with residents about renewing their lease. This will also give me a chance to see what events they would like to see in the future.
This program is a community builder where the residents will get a chance to enjoy themselves and bond with each other while creating their own sweets for Valentines Day. Each residents will also be given a small plush animal to complete the gift. I wanted each resident to have the chance to be creative and give their loved ones a sweet little gift.
In this program I want to give my residents an opportunity to get ready for Valentine's Day. I want to provide them with Valentine's Days cards so that they can write to each other and to other people that they love. I want to encourage every resident that comes to the program to write a card. Even if they don't have a significant other, I want to remind them that Valentine's Day is a day to ap...
Passive program with 4 ways to love your heart! Like eating right, exercising, and loving yourself. All on a heart shaped poster.
Making some Valentine's Day cards.
Everyone likes to receive love in different ways. If you know how you and your partner/friend/family member like to receive their love, then you can help foster a smoother relationship between the two of you.