How to Throw a Budget-Friendly Block Party


How to Throw a Budget-Friendly Block Party. Having a block party is a great way to get
to know your neighbors. You can have a lot of fun, even on a budget. You will need Supplies Co-hosts Flyers A discount
club membership Activities Signage and cash or prizes for kids. Step 1. Make a shopping list as early as you can. The more time you give yourself to shop for
bargains, the more time you’ll have to hunt for them. Find paper plates, cups, napkins, and flatware
at dollar stores. Step 2. Ask a couple of neighbors to co-host. You can split the costs, as well as the work
involved in preparing and cleaning up. Step 3. Make flyers and, in addition to including
the time and date, request donations like tables, chairs, barbeques, food, and beverages. Include your phone number or e-mail address
on the flyer so that people can let you know what they’ll be bringing. Step 4. Find a neighbor with a discount club membership
if you don’t have one. Buy food for the party in bulk. Having the party as a potluck can reduce your
costs. Step 5. Contact local businesses for donations. Sometimes local stores will donate door prizes,
equipment, or coupons as a way to attract new customers. Step 6. Arrange for inexpensive activities and games. Sack races, bike parades, and water balloon
fights are cheap entertainment. Put a sign up at the end of the block to remind
neighbors to attend. Step 7. Offer children cash or prizes for picking
up trash and cleaning up when the party is over. Step 8. Enjoy the party! Have fun and mingle. Did you know Did you know? The Atlantis Hotel in Dubai threw a $20 million
grand opening party in 2008.

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  1. a block's boundaries are marked by 4 streets and it's called like that because yo invite the ppl in your block

  2. Budget-friendly animation doesn't mean flashy saturated colors that would make you puke. It would've been tasteful if the colors were toned down and they took it easy on the flashing.

  3. @elenica55
    What's your country? My country doesn't have Walmart or Hobby Lobby either. But it has Art Friend

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