In Brighton Crossings, the changing colors of the season add warmth to our places and our spaces throughout the community. Golden and red fallen leaves. Bright blue skies open to the rippling sunsets of crisper evenings. Whether here or there, we’ve compiled a fun list of things to do this season in and around Brighton Crossings.
When the seasons change, we feel the urge to dive back into our recipe book for tried and true, cozy favorites. If that’s the typical, then make the time to try something new. Here’s a seasonal recipe for chai gingerbread cookies to add some spice and some comfort to your holiday mornings.
Lace up your tennis shoes, grab your racket, and your fresh pack of tennis balls (because the rest are covered in dog slobber), it’s time for a friendly match. Volley Park in Brighton Crossings is where tennis, pickleball, and bocce courts are ready to play.
Spring has sprung in Brighton Crossings, and the summer’s heat (and afternoon showers) are setting in. That’s a good reason to explore which low-water native plants for Colorado are best in your garden.
With a growing community comes the growing responsibility to nurture the growing minds of our young learners. In Brighton Crossings, we take pride in what’s made right here in our community, including our next generation of leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and community members.
This is the perfect time to spruce up your yard and get the whole family involved. Keep reading for pointers on what to plant, how to plant it, and how to manage your delightful outdoor space in our Colorado climate.
What’s in a trend? It all depends on how it fits with you. And in this case, how it fits with your new home as a reflection of you – your style, your taste, and your efficiencies. In this issue of Crossings Times, we explore popular trends in home décor and design, and how to make your home a little more like you.
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