50 plus Lifestyle communities offer neighbors who are at a similar station in life, maintenance-free living, and a variety of resort-style amenities. The amenities focus on the most popular features, including walking and nature trails, outdoor spaces and water features, tennis and outdoor pools. Some are affiliated with championship golf courses. Others partner with local colleges to provide continuing education programs. And still others have state-of-the-art fitness centers.
It’s that time again for a new month, January. It is the 1st month of the year and it is on average the coldest month of the year. See what the Athertyn Lifestyle Coordinator has in store to keep you warm for the winter!
that time again for a new month, January. It is the 1st month of the
year and it is on average the coldest month of the year. See what the
Athertyn Lifestyle Coordinator has in store to keep you warm for the
Another new month has arrived.
March – Did you know that March actually used to be the first month of the year on the Roman calendar, hence starting over, and a fresh new start? March used to be called Mauritius in honor of the Roman God of War. It was during the month of March that many wars took place, and so people would prepare in advance, and the month became known as The Month of War.
Does the thought of moving out of your long-time family home seem overwhelming? Home sales are strong, mortgage rates are still historically low, and most economic indicators are positive. As you mull over your options, now
is a great time to sell!
Small animals that hibernate are usually coming out of their burrows in April. The birds fly back northward or they settle down to have families. The bees and butterflies begin to gather nectar from the first flowers of the season. Spring is in the air! Check out the Athertyn Residents' Clubhouse calendar of events for this month.
The first frost usually happens in October in the North Temperate Zone. Leaves change to their brilliant colors, and begin to fall, making the ground a beautiful haven of color. The farmers have to finish harvesting of the crops, but winter isn't here yet.
The name comes from the Roman word ‘novum’ meaning nine, because it was the ninth month in their Roman calendar. Few people find November pleasant. The Anglo-Saxons called November ‘Wind monath’, because it was the time when the cold winds began to blow.
December is the twelfth and last month of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. This is used in almost all the world today. It was the tenth month in the early Roman calendar. It became the twelfth month in a later Roman calendar. Until 46 B.C., December only had 29 days. But the Roman statesman Julius Caesar added two days to December, which made it 31 days.