16 Ways to Beat the Heat This Summer!

Dated: July 14 2023

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There are so many reasons we love summer, but the high temperatures are not always one of them! When the sun is high, it may be tempting to stay inside and bask in your shaded, air-conditioned haven—but there are plenty of activities to do to make the most of your summer.

  1. Grab some ice cream.
  2. Catch a movie.
  3. Take a dip in a pool or lake.
  4. Head to a play ground or dog park.
  5. Explore a local museum or art gallery.
  6. Host an at-home spa day.
  7. Visit your local library.
  8. Break out the cards and board games.
  9. Host a water balloon fight.
  10. Make some fancy cocktails or mocktails.
  11. Setup an indoor picnic.
  12. Float down a river.
  13. Head to a nearby water park. 
  14. Take an art class.
  15. Go bowling or mini golfing.
  16. Host an outdoor movie night  .

 Enjoy your summer! 

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Patti Jackson

I am the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Genesis since 2004. My specialty is residential, investment, new construction and commercial real estate. I have a degree in business and enjoy working with the public.....

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