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The past few months have been different at Tara Woods. Prior to the hurricane preparations, we had a great Labor Day Party with lots of food, games, and activities enjoyed by all including a fun end of summer bash.
Check out the upcoming events happening at Tara Woods.
Thanksgiving means good food and even better company. Cut your cooking time in half with these savory meals that take less than an hour to prepare. You’ll spend less time in the kitchen and more time with loved ones.
There is tons of action happening with the final phase. We have scheduled several new home arrivals by the end of the year, and the final phase will really start to take shape in the next few months. With season coming up, home sites are being reserved quickly. Please contact Nick Cornwell at 239-785-0358 to reserve a home site today!
Hometown America thanks everyone who helped during the recent hurricane. Irma was one of the most massive hurricanes to come across the state. The “we’re in this together” spirit of Tara Woods showed the most amazing community effort. A heartfelt thanks to everyone for their patience, support, and assistance.
The Happy Hour Club is happier than ever! We meet on Fridays and welcome all residents of Tara Woods for a time of friendship, good food, and drinks. Read more for details on how to join us for upcoming dates- November 24 and December 29.
Back pain is the second most common reason for doctor office visits. If you suffer from this, you know it can be difficult to enjoy everyday activities. Check out these gentle stretches to ease the discomfort so you can continue living pain free.
Bikeman Jack Boylan and Emergency Responder Chuck Poveromo will be starting a “toy drive” in early November in our Clubhouse, collecting unwrapped clothing and toys. The North Fort Myers Fire Department will distribute the toys to the needy children in our area. For more information, please contact Jack Boylan (239-567-0119) or Chuck Poveromo (815-979-3467).
When you create your financial and investment strategies for retirement, what will you need to know? Click to read more about what you should consider.
It’s that time of year again, and we will be selling ornaments for our Cancer Christmas Tree. It’s a small way to remember someone who is suffering, a survivor, or someone in your life who has passed from this disease. Click to read more details.
Make your front porch pop with fall containers filled with beautiful blooms and foliage. Southern Living provides the best ideas and tips for how to bring a beautiful fall planter to life. Whichever you choose, your home will be decorated perfectly for the season.
Our first Round Robin and our first Tennis Association Meeting of the season will begin on Sunday, November 26. Let’s start out the tennis season with a good turnout for both events!
Do you love Tara Woods, but long for a newer home? Do you want to live in a new construction house, with all the bells and whistles? Now’s your chance! Take advantage of our Trade Up Program and move into one of the brand-new homes in the Tara Woods expansion.
The first Canadian Club meeting will be on November 17 at 5 p.m. It will take place on the Veranda with barbecue Hawaiian Burgers and a 50/50 raffle draw. Please bring your own tableware, drinks, and a side dish or dessert to share. Kindly RSVP to your hosts, Carl and Kathy Marquis, at (239) 567-2955 no later than the Wednesday before.
Don’t let the hustle and bustle of the season stress you out. Make your travel plans effortless using these holiday travel tips. Being mindful and strategic while you travel will ease the stress and make the season more fun!
The Second Community Opportunity Fair will be held November 18 from 1-3 p.m. in the Clubhouse. This is an event where everyone will be able to check out the various community groups and clubs at Tara Woods. If you want get more involved in our community, this is the event for you. Call Janet Daly at 239-567-2285 for more information.
It goes without saying that a good night’s sleep is a valued part of life. With every day hustle and bustle, many factors often interfere with getting enough rest. Read more for tips on the lifestyle choices you can make to get better sleep.
The holidays are a great time to spend with friends and family. Don’t let the potential stress of the season get in the way of everything you should enjoy. If you’re looking to do less instead of more this Christmas, read more for some tips.
There’s no greater pleasure than delving into a good book and not putting it down until you’ve read every page. The adventure you take while reading can truly make the world fade away. Click here to see the most popular books of 2017 so far, and add some to your reading list.
As technology changes and improves, so do the tactics and strategies of scammers and thieves. While this can be frightening, there are ways to prevent and stop it. Here are a few tips from retired police officer, Donna Brown, on how to keep yourself safe online.
Hometown America is proud to promote SafeHaven National Insurance Agency, specializing in coverage for manufactured homeowners and renters. Many companies are difficult to work with or do not write policies that provide adequate protection for prefabricated homes. Make sure you are dealing with an insurance company that offers competitively priced policies and the protections important to you. Visit SaveHaven online or call 1-800-536-8999 for a quote.
Take the hassle out of making rent payments with Hometown America’s E-Z Pay. With E-Z Pay, your lot rent will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the third of each month. New sign-ups earn a $10 credit.