Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the party previously scheduled for 2-4pm on Sunday, March 29, is cancelled. We want to thank two residents, Natalie Rooke, HOA social chair, and Linda Olson for their initial work on planning for the event.
Mark your calendars for 2-4pm on Sunday, March 29, because the Easter Bunny will be coming to Brookwood’s playground area for photo shoots. The party, sponsored by our HOA, also will include special treats and yard games during the two-hour event.
Our social committee chair, Natalie Rooke, will be heading up the event. If you would like to help her with the spring party or join her committee, please send an email to BrookwoodHOAWebsite@gmail.com.
Tiny princesses and masked adventure figures are the highlights of tomorrow’s Halloween party, but a display with color swatches on it is also bound to draw some attention.
Homeowners soon will be voting on whether new exterior paint color options should be added to the HOA’s approved list of colors. And, the proposed colors for front doors and shutters will be available for viewing at Sunday’s (Oct. 20) Halloween party at 4pm at the playground.
What’s better than a Halloween gathering? A Halloween gathering with pizza! Join your neighbors at the HOA-sponsored fall social at 4pm on Sunday, October 20th near the Brookwood playground.
There will be Halloween decorations, and games for the kids, says Natalie Rooke, HOA Social Committee Lead. If you can lend Natalie a hand with the arrangements, please contact us at email@example.com and we will let her know.
Residents and children are encouraged to dress up and decorate their golf carts for the occasion. The golf carts will line up so that candy can be given out in a Trunk or Treat fashion. Those without carts are welcome to bring candy and set up a table.
Residents and children are encouraged to dress up and decorate their golf carts for a ghoulishly good time. The golf carts will line up so that candy can be given out in a Trunk or Treat fashion. Those without carts are welcome to bring candy and set up a table.
There will also be Halloween decorations, a popcorn machine and games for the kids, says Natalie Rooke, HOA Social Committee Lead. If you can lend Natalie a hand with the arrangements, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case you missed it, six golf carts from Brookwood joined almost 200 carts from all across Nocatee for the first July 4th Golf Cart Parade. Thanks to Natalie Rooke for organizing Brookwood’s participation. This post contains close-ups of the Brookwood carts, but click here if you want to see more photos from the parade.
Nocatee will hold its first Fourth of July Golf Cart Parade tomorrow and a group from Brookwood will participate. The parade starts at 11am and will go through the following communities: The Enclave, Lakeside, Daniel Park, Addison Park, Willowcove and Tidewater.
There’s still time to participate! Just contact Brookwood organizer Natalie Rooke if you have her contact information, or send an email to email@example.com. The group will organize at 9:45am tomorrow at the Brookwood Park.
If you aren’t participating in the parade, come watch and cheer along the route! The parade will be starting at 11am at the Swim Club Green and will last approximately 35 minutes.
Prizes provided by Ponte Vedra Golf Carts will be awarded to the most active community, most patriotic golf cart and most creative golf cart.
It should be nice weather for the HOA-sponsored Spring Social at 4pm on Sunday, April 29th, at the playground. The intent of the social is to bring old and new neighbors together so they can meet each other.
Snacks will be provided and children can enjoy the playground while parents have an opportunity to meet one another.
The social will also be a good opportunity to see pictures of a style of a covered bench that is being considered for just outside the playground area.
So walk, drive, bike or cart to the playground on Sunday and meet some new faces!
The 7th annual Roscolusa Songwriters Festival returns to Nocatee on April 28th, from 5-10pm.
Bring lawn chairs and coolers and listen to songs performed by the original songwriters and hear the stories behind them! Check out the lineup HERE.
To purchase tickets online, click HERE!
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund with a mission to help families tackle childhood cancer.
Mark your calendars for an HOA-sponsored Spring Social at 4pm on Sunday, April 29th, at the playground. The intent of the social is to bring old and new neighbors together so they can meet each other.
It’s hard for most of us to consider ourselves “old” neighbors, but on average, Brookwood now welcomes new homeowners about once a month, said Terry Jones, who leads the Communications Committee for the HOA. Committee members thought that it would be a good idea to hold an event to get everyone together now and then. So, the Spring Social is the first attempt to do that.
Snacks will be provided and children can enjoy the playground while parents have an opportunity to meet one another. If it rains, the social will be rescheduled for another weekend.