In many ways, our lives have been put on hold during the coronavirus pandemic, but in Bryson, the fun hasn’t been cancelled thanks to Director of Fun Jessica Wells who is coming up with innovative ways residents can still connect and engage even while practicing social distancing.
The April events calendar is more packed than ever, as Jessica has introduced Monday through Friday challenges:
- Mondays are devoted to crafting, with residents given a theme and invited to unleash their creativity and post their masterpieces online.
- Tuesdays, residents can go on a world tour to visit the San Diego Zoo, the Great Wall of China and other iconic places through virtual tours.
- Wednesdays get a little wacky as residents are encouraged to dress as a robot or wear a costume and post photos online.
- During “Thoughtfulness Thursdays,” residents are asked to write a thank you card to first responders, make a card for the elderly or offer to help with yard work.
- Fridays bring a feast of foodie photos and ideas, as residents share Easter appetizer ideas, creative children’s snacks, their favorite family dinner recipes and more.
But that’s not all Bryson residents can look forward to. Jessica shares favorite children's books during 1 p.m. story times each weekday and there will even be a special visitor to the community April 11, as the Easter Bunny hops into his car for a drive through the neighborhood. Virtual yoga and Camp Gladiator work outs also are available.
Like everyone else, we’re counting the days when social distancing becomes a thing of the past. When our residents once again gather at The Backyard amenity complex, attend an outdoor yoga class or host a spontaneous neighborhood block party. Want to enjoy the Bryson lifestyle? Check out our builders to see what they offer in Bryson.