Happy summer from 25 East!
Here are some best practices for staying cool. When using your air conditioning, please be sure it is set to auto and that the temperature is set to 65–75 degrees and not lower. Setting the temperature lower than 60 degrees can cause the air conditioner to freeze up and not function properly.
Reminders and Updates
Don’t forget to pay your utilities if you’re leaving for the summer.
Summer Like a Local
Whether you’re going home or staying put for the summer, take advantage of all our community has to offer! Summers can be a great chance to enjoy the area in some new and different ways. With the hectic pace of school, many students miss out on opportunities to get involved and have fun in their local community during the academic year — it’s time to change that! From festivals to parks and local attractions, below are some ways you can summer like a local. As a bonus, most of them are either free or very affordable!
- Do something touristy
- Visit a farmers market
- Check out a local sporting event
- Visit your Chamber of Commerce website to find out about local attractions
- Find a calendar of nearby fairs and festivals
- Enjoy Fourth of July festivities and fireworks
- Hike or bike a nearby trail
- Volunteer with a local organization
- Have a picnic
- Go to an outdoor movie or concert
- Run or walk a local 5K
We’ll also be planning events and activities for you throughout the summer, and if you need ideas for other fun things to do in the area, please let us know. We have information on area resources and a local calendar of events on hand to give you plenty of options. Have a memorable and fun summer!
Community Events Calendar
Pet Appreciation Day — June 14 from 3–5 p.m. on the lawn
Summer Solstice BBQ — June 22 from 5:30–7:30 p.m. in the picnic area
Volleyball Tournament — June 26 from noon–5 p.m. at the volleyball court