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2019 is off to a great start! It’s wonderful to have so many activities and to see everyone enjoying the many amenities at Tanglewood. Read on to learn more about this year’s Resident Appreciation Days celebration.
The Management Office will be closed Monday, February 18 in observance of President’s Day.
We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do you know why? A balanced meal in the morning jumpstarts your metabolism and helps improve your energy and concentration throughout the day. Plus, it prevents overeating later in the day. Check out these 31 breakfast recipes to inspire your next morning masterpiece.
For your safety and the safety of others, please obey the posted speed limit of 17 miles per hour, all stop signs, and other posted warnings. Come to a complete stop at all stop signs. Bicycles and pedestrians have the right of way. Please inform all visiting friends of our speed limit.
For all of our snowbird friends, before you leave for the season, why not buy a park model home and be ready for next year? This way, you’ll know exactly where you’ll be staying, in a home you love and in the neighborhood you love. Read on to learn more about our referral program.
Taco Night is where it’s at! On December 4 we welcomed about 250 people for chicken and beef tacos with all the fixings. Cliff Richie played and sang for our entertainment. Read on to learn more.
If you’re looking for a gentle form of exercise with powerful physical and mental benefits, Tai Chi may be the best option. Comprised of a series of choreographed, low-impact movements, Tai Chi is meant to help improve your strength, posture, and stress. The best part is this increasingly popular workout doesn’t leave you feeling sweaty or sore! Try out some basic moves to see if Tai Chi is right for you.
Let the good times roll! Join us in the Bash Area on Tuesday, February 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. Bring sides to share and utensils for grilling. Hot dogs, beer, wine, sodas, and water all provided by Hometown America. If you want to save a table, a member of your party must be present. I.D. badges required.
The theme for our 2019 annual Resident Appreciation Days is Tangle “Wood Stock.” Dust off your bell bottoms, throw on your love beads, and join us for a week of groovy events! Read more for schedule and activity details.
Football fans unite on Sunday, February 3 in the Clubhouse for Super Bowl LIII from 2 to 5 p.m. Remember to bring your own drinks and snacks and purchase your tickets ahead of time. Click read more for more details!
New year, new stuff. As the new year rolls in, you’re probably taking stock of what you’ve got and what you no longer need. One great way to clear the clutter and make a quick buck is to host a garage sale or join one in your community or church. There are plenty of ways to make your garage sale stand out from the crowd, like working with a group to create a bountiful and diverse sale. Take a look at these ideas for ways to get the most bucks for your bang.
The Tanglewood Minstrels can’t wait to lead you in singing gospel, pop, country, and folk music from the ‘60s and ‘70s. Sing along on Tuesday, February 5 at 7 p.m. and enjoy the concert on Saturday, March 2 at 7 p.m. in the Clubhouse. Bring your own snacks and beverages. Best of all, these events are FREE!
Our Diversions Committee has been busy planning activities to challenge, unite, and excite Tanglewood residents! Save the dates and read more to for the schedule and details to see how you can participate!
We’re only a month into 2019 and the Tanglewood calendar already has lots to offer! From outdoor events to favorite Clubhouse activities, you won’t want to miss any of these exciting events. Read more for schedule details.
As technology continues to advance, more people are “cutting the cord” by getting rid of cable. Streaming services provide a wider variety of ways to watch your favorite programs, whether you’re on-the-go or snuggled on the couch. They only cost a fraction of a normal cable bill and most services offer a free period, so you can try before you buy. This is a great way to see if cutting the cord works for your lifestyle.
The 19th Annual Tanglewood Resident's Variety Show is on Saturday, February 16 at 7 p.m. in the Clubhouse. Your friends and neighbors will serve as the entertainment and, as always, the show is FREE. We will also accept donations for charity. Call Marianne Jones at (630) 870-2250 with any questions.
Have you heard the news? Bringing your friends to join our community pays off more than ever. Now, when you refer a friend and they purchase a new Hometown America home, you’ll receive up to $2,000. Contact the sales office to seize your opportunity to choose your neighbors AND get paid for it!
Thanks to all volunteers at this year’s health fair, especially Alvina Beyer and Pam Batey for their invaluable help in making the fair as successful as it was. Read on for a full list of thank-you’s and details on how to give your feedback about the event.
Ready for a getaway but worried about the funds? There are plenty of tips and tricks for vacationing on a budget so you can enjoy your trip without breaking the bank. However, the destination is often the most expensive part of a vacation. This list features 18 of the best affordable destinations to make your holiday one for the books. With these travel hacks, there’s no need to keep putting off your next trip!
We all remember watching Sam Malone turn out the lights on our favorite local bar, but Ted Danson’s real life was at a crossroads. Since ending Cheers, he’s managed to grow his career and his life. Want to know how he did it? Keep reading to see Ted’s tips for a balanced life.
Our food is evolving as fast as our technology and it can be challenging to keep up with all the newest fads. Kroger predicted the biggest food trends of 2019 to help you stay up to date. Keep reading to learn what everyone will be putting on their plates this year.
Overspending is an easy habit to form and sticking to a budget is difficult. Thankfully, there are strategies specifically for retirees that will have you budgeting like a professional in no time. Read more to learn how to stick to your plan and stop wasting time on unnecessary financial worries.
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 SafeHaven 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.