Category Archives: Block Party

Throwing A Candy Land Party

What could be sweeter than a Candy Land themed party? Giant candy themed standees and bigger than life lollipops next to sugary castles… When throwing a candy themed party, you’ll need to add lots of CANDY… everywhere! A personalized invitation such as these Candy Land Photo Cards will let everyone know you’re having a Candy […]

Top Six Block Party Cocktails and Smoothies Done Right

Choose Your Beverages Carefully More often than not, the beverages are the last thing a party planner thinks of. This year, while you and your neighbors are planning your block parties, picnics, and cookouts, take a closer look at what drinks you’re planning on serving. Soda, while as easy option, doesn’t work well with summer […]

Host a 4th of July Party- Seven Firecracker Ideas for the Neighborhood

Hosting the 4th of July with Friends When you begin planning this year’s 4th of July block party, start by doing some research—look at pictures from last year, chat with your friends, try to figure out just what you could do better this time. You could even see if your neighbors want to team up […]

Satisfy Your Craving for Bacon and/or Avocados

The Shindigz Party Recipe Site has added another chef and his first treat is this quick and easy Bacon Avocado Dip:     Get the complete recipe today at Shindigz Party Recipes and enjoy tonight!

Planning for the Annual Block Party

Welcome Warm Weather with a Block Party As the weather warms up, many people start getting the urge to shift their free-time activities outdoors.  Cold winter weather often causes people to go slightly stir crazy, especially when the first warm day hits.  What better way to welcome spring and summer than with a block party?  […]

How to Organize a Successful Block Party

Celebrate the advent of spring and the emergence of housebound neighbors with a fantastic block party. Neighborhood parties are the perfect setting to reconnect with neighbors and to foster a sense of community as everyone becomes more active and visible. Although conceptually intimidating, the execution of a successful neighborhood party is actually quite easy. Simply […]