Our biggest event of the year is October 7—Prairie Harvest Fest!
At Painted Prairie, we feel that anytime you move to a new home, become part of a new community, and settle into your new routines, that this is the perfect time to start new traditions. This holiday season, everyone at Painted Prairie worked to bring a bit of holiday joy and cheer to our first-year “pioneers.”
We creatively celebrated the holiday season by giving our residents unique experiences throughout the month of December to help them enjoy their holidays while maintaining clear social distancing standards. Our celebration of the holiday season kicked off with carolers and holiday lantern deliveries to all first-time residents, followed by special delivery emails to (virtually) welcome the holidays.
Painted Prairie’s own Chef Lentine shared a special Painted Prairie exclusive cookie recipe – Triple Ginger Cookies. This chewy ginger cookie is perfect for aprés sledding and snowman making for the kids, or snacking on during your next holiday movie sesh. Click here for the video. Download the commemorative recipe card and save it as a keepsake for next year’s cookie-making day, or try our similar recipe for gingerbread cutouts!
Santa and Mrs. Claus stopped by to share a special moment with us. Residents gathered the family to watch the special video message and hear the couple read the holiday classic “Twas the Night before Christmas”—suitable for all kids aged 1 to 100 (or older)!
We raised our glasses and toasted the New Year with Painted Prairie’s Fluffy Eggnog, our signature drink recipe for the 2020 Prairie Holidays. This warm-you-to-your-toes drink (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) is the choice for a New Year’s Day morning sitting by the fire, watching bowl games, or visiting with neighbors—from a safe distance, of course. Don’t forget to download this commemorative recipe card and share it with those you love for years to come.
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