Spring Activities To Look Forward To

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Winter is packed full of activities and holidays where the family gathers for a time of love and joy that creates memories that last a lifetime. Winter is amazing, but that doesn’t mean that the fun ends in winter! The spring season provides many exciting activities that can strengthen your relationships with family, and your local community! We’ve put together a list of these activities you can look forward to this spring!

Gardening

Now is your chance to revitalize your outdoor garden after a long winter! Gardening is a fun hobby to get into, it is cost-effective, relaxing, and worthwhile! You can start by growing greens or fresh fruit, planting vibrant flowers outside your home, or purchasing a planter box or garden bed to take your first step into this fun hobby! Once your fruits and vegetables are ripe and your flowers are in bloom, you can head to your local farmers market to sell fresh produce and flowers to people in your local community!

Golfing

Springtime is the best time of year to golf! Once the temperatures start climbing, bring your friends or family out for a day at the driving range or the course! If you want to switch things up, go for a round of TopGolf! TopGolf brings a twist from a traditional driving range, offering targets to hit with various point values. With a wide variety of games available to compete against your friends and great food and drink options, TopGolf would be a perfect place to visit this spring!

Picnic

If you’re looking to take in all there is in spring, consider having a picnic! Spring is the best time for a picnic, the weather is perfect, the flowers and plants are in full bloom, and you can use fresh produce to make delicious meals to eat! Do research on popular picnic destinations near you, or go on a hike to scout for a secluded spot for your family picnic!

Farmers Market

Visiting a farmers market is a perfect activity to immerse yourself in your local community in the springtime! Farmers markets provide a platform for individuals and local businesses to sell fresh produce and crafts to people right in their neighborhood, which keeps the revenue in the community and promotes a sense of togetherness! Look out for strawberries, apples, grapes, and greens at farmers markets in the spring, this is the perfect time to enjoy these items! There’s a unique energy surrounding farmers markets; knowing that you are shopping local and creating relationships with people in your community is a feeling you can’t get anywhere else.

Easter

If you are looking for a spring activity to look forward to with your children, Easter should be at the top of your list! Celebrate with your family by decorating eggs, personalizing Easter baskets, and attending an egg hunt! You can even place eggs in and around your home for your own family egg hunt! Your easter eggs don’t need to have candy in them, you can always store money or small gifts in the eggs as well!

Host a Yard Sale

Planning on spring cleaning? Donating items or hosting a yard sale should be a no-brainer! Yard sales are a great way to get rid of items you might not need going into the new year while also providing a way for others in your neighborhood to get items they may want for a discounted price! On top of all this, you can even donate proceeds from the yard sale profits towards a good cause, such as a food bank or toy drive, allowing for an event that draws a crowd and will benefit everyone!

We hope you took inspiration from this list of our favorite things to do in the springtime! If you partake in any of these fun spring activities, let us know by tagging @homebygeneva on Instagram!

SHANE CHRISTOPHER

Nominated for Loan Officer of the Year by ASREB in 2017 and a Mortgage Loan Officer since 2013, Shane holds more than 30 years of customer sales and service career experience, Gilbert-based Shane Christopher serves as a Mortgage Advisor with Geneva Financial. He is renowned—and respected—for a hometown attitude of service with a smile and treating clients like family.