Weaver’s Pond is built on the idea of community. When finished, we will have more than 650 homes nestled together in a beautiful, safe neighborhood. If you’re new to the family, there are plenty of ways to get to know your neighbors, including some of our unique amenities. Try out these tips and start building your circle of friends!
Throw a Housewarming Party
A good, old-fashioned housewarming party is always a great place to start meeting neighbors. If you’re the outgoing type, this might work well for you. You can even make the party a pot-luck deal in which everyone brings their own dish so that you get to know people’s preferences and avoid running into trouble with dietary restrictions. Provide some drinks and have fun learning about each other’s lives.
Organize a Team Game
This one is especially good if you have children. Our Youth Athletic Field is the perfect spot for a baseball, ultimate frisbee, football, or other field sport. Get a few families together to scrimmage, bring some snacks and plenty of water, and prepare to compete. For best results, mix family members into different teams. Team-building is a great way to start working with and learning more about your neighbors.
Drop By the Pool
At Weaver’s Pond, we have a pool area that is the talk of the town. Featuring a zero-front entry, covered seating areas, a bathhouse, a pergola, and more, the Junior Olympic-sized pool even has lanes for competitive swimmers. Bring the family along and take a dip in the water. No doubt you will strike up a conversation with other swimmers and sunbathers as you relax and enjoy the beautiful North Carolina weather.
Weaver’s Pond is named after our two serene ponds on the property. If you meet a neighbor who enjoys the outdoors as much as you, schedule some time to fish together. Relaxing and quiet, fishing can be time for conversation, meditation, and bonding.
No matter what your interests are, we hope these tips can spark an idea for community and neighborhood friendships. For information about Weaver’s Pond, contact our office here.