It might look rainy outside right now, but sunny, summer days are on their way! Take this time to plan out your community garden plot, and join us tomorrow, April 10 at 6 pm to learn all about how to take care of your Daybreak garden! Due to the weather, this class will be held at the Glass House.
Time is running out to buy your tickets for Prom 2.0, happening Saturday, March 23. This 21+ event will feature a cash bar, DJ, classic prom pictures, a dessert bar, the crowning of a prom king and queen, and dancing. Tickets are only $10 per person, follow the link in our bio to get yours today!
🍀Residents have begun to report seeing Leprechaun hats scattered around the neighborhood! It appears we've got a new trickster on the loose, but he seems a bit forgetful. The troublemaker has left prizes at the Daybreak Community Center for those who can not only help him track the hats down, but also figure out his name! Hopefully these clues will help. (Swipe to see all 8 clues)🍀Each hat will have a piece of the leprechaun’s name attached. To make sure you get his name in the right order, make sure you start with clue #1 and proceed from there. The pieces of his name will go in the same order as the clues to find the hats. Please leave the hats in their original location for others to find.🍀Once you find all 8 hats, bring your answer to the Daybreak Community Center to collect your prize! 🍀 Happy hunting! You have until March 17 (🍀St. Patricks Day) to find the hats and collect your prize. 🍀
Join us March 23 for a throwback to proms past! Dress in the style of when you went to prom, gather a group of friends to go stag or bring a significant other to relive your prom days. See the link in our bio for tickets and more information!
Join us February 21 at 6 pm in the Glass House for a lecture on Nutrition Plans & Fad Diet Myths, the last in our lecture series from the New Year, New You program. The lecture will be taught by Cassie Brown from @_candidhealth
Join us February 19 at 6 pm in the Glass House for a mindfulness lecture as part of our New Year, New You program. Taught by Anna Smyth, a mindfulness consultant and trainer, this session explores both the actual practice of mindfulness as well as the research supporting its positive impact on our brains, bodies, families and lives in general.