private events

Planning community events can present challenges for community managers, residents, and HOA boards. It's difficult enough to get a small group or club together, let alone an entire community. Many further challenges have been added as a result of the pandemic, necessitating more planning from board members and community administrators.

Management, board members, and homeowners are all struggling to remain linked these days. It's impossible to say when all communities would feel comfortable holding in-person meetings and activities, so connecting the group now is much more critical.

Although some communities may not meet in person, there are a few tactics you can use to build a sense of community while holding these activities online.

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Understanding the LifestyleLink Group and Event Approval Process


LifestyleLink aims to give residents control of their community groups and events with limited oversite needed by community administrators. In today’s tutorial, we will take a look at the LifestyleLink group and event approval process. Our goal is to help you understand the steps it takes to get your group or event up and running in no time.

You’re hosting your family reunion, or throwing your spouse a birthday party. Maybe you are having all the grandchildren over at once, or want to host a dinner party for some neighbors. Whatever is on your social calendar, sometimes you will want to take advantage of your active adult community’s facilities for your own private events. LifestyleLink makes creating private events easy through your online member portal.