• Tips for a Safe Halloween
    October 31, 2018

                      Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) wishes your family a very happy Halloween! Before your family heads out for trick-or-treating this evening, here are some tips to make sure everyone stays safe and has a ghoulishly fun time! Trick-or-treat in your own neighborhood or neighborhoods you are familiar with. Plan out the the route with your children, so that no one gets lost or confused along the way. Make sure your children know to walk, not run, from house to house. Your group should always walk on sidewalks or on the far edge of the roadway facing traffic. Cross intersections with your children, while teaching them to how look both ways before they cross the street. Remind children to be aware of cars that may be backing out of driveways. Hold hands with young children… Read More

  • Halloween Safety Tips
    October 31, 2017

                  Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) wishes your family a very happy Halloween! Before your children go trick-or-treating this year, here are some tips to make sure everyone stays safe on this fun and spooky evening! Trick-or-treat in your own neighborhood only, or neighborhoods you are familiar with. Talk about your route with your children before you leave, so that no one gets lost or confused along the way. Wear comfortable shoes you can easily walk in, even if they don’t “go” with the costume. The last thing you want is for the evening to end early after a bad trip or fall. Stick with flat shoes instead of heels, and make sure any laces are double-tied. Tell your children to walk, not run, from house to house. Hold hands with your littlest ones to make sure… Read More

  •                           Halloween is right around the corner, and Gwinnett County offers plenty of spooktacular fun for kids and adults alike! Check out Gwinnett County’s most popular Halloween events! Visit the Downtown Lawrenceville for the family-friendly Spooktacular on the Square! On the evening of October 27th, the quaint square will be transformed into a fun, festive celebration of Halloween for all ages. Have your kids come in their costumes for trick-or-treating. There will be games and activities for everyone, and food and drinks for purchase! For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page. Next weekend, visit Downtown Duluth at Howl on the Green! Bring the family to the Duluth Town Green on October 27 from 6 to 8 pm for trick-or-treating, live music, free crafts, haunted hay rides, and a costume contest…. Read More

  •                       Happy Halloween from your friends at Richardson Housing Group! RHG wishes you a wonderful evening full of laughter and lots of sweet treats. Here are some trick-or-treating tips to make sure everyone has a safe and fun time. Skip the shoes that come with the costume and wear comfortable shoes you can easily walk in. Make sure laces are double-tied, so you don’t accidentally trip and fall in the dark. Make sure the kids walk, and don’t run, from house to house. Keep kids close at hand to make sure they don’t dart across the street without looking both ways. Children should always walk on sidewalks or on far edge of the roadway facing traffic. Every person in your trick-or-treating party, big and small, should carry their own flashlight to illuminate… Read More

  • Halloween Fun This Weekend
    October 29, 2016

    Halloween is just around the corner!  If you’re looking for extra Halloween fun this weekend, check out one of these terrific events happening at your favorite Atlanta attractions! Brick-or-Treat at LEGOLAND Visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center for the annual Brick-or-Treat! In addition to the everyday LEGO fun, you’ll get to participate in scavenger hunts in Miniland, build a LEGO pumpkin, and visit the LEGO pumpkin patch. Compete in the costume contest for a chance to win an annual attraction pass! Brick-or-Treat will run through this weekend, from 10 am to 7 pm on Saturday and 10 am to 5 pm on Sunday. Visit the LEGOLAND Discover Center website for more information. Boo at the Zoo Don’t miss Boo at the Zoo at Zoo Atlanta this weekend.  There are tons of activities for the whole family to enjoy, including an inflatable corn maze, Halloween crafts… Read More

  • Now is the perfect time to visit one of the many pumpkin patches in metro Atlanta. Here are some fun places where you can pick your perfect pumpkin and enjoy other Fall activities! Washington Farms At Washington Farms in Watkinsville, bring the family for a full day of Fall fun! After you pick your favorite pumpkin, check out the cow train ride, pig races, petting farm, pumpkin launcher, corn cannon, jumping pillow and more! For a real thrill, come in the evening for Flashlight Nights, where you can explore a nighttime corn maze and gather around a campfire for hot chocolate and taste s’mores! For ticket prices and other information, visit the Washington Farms website. Stone Mountain Park Pumpkin Festival Don’t miss one of the Southeast’s premier pumpkin patches at Stone Mountain Park! There are tons of activities, including the Funtastic Kid’s Carnival with boardwalk… Read More

  •                     Richardson Housing Group (RHG) wishes you a very Happy Halloween!  Here are some tips that will help make your evening festivities safe and fun for everyone. If your child has a dark-colored costume, adhere some reflective safety-tape to the outfit, to ensure they are visible at night time. Each person in the trick-or-treating party should have his or her own flashlight to ensure they can see and be seen in the evening. Always look both ways before crossing the street, and use crosswalks whenever possible.  Children should always walk on sidewalks or on far edge of the roadway facing traffic. Parents or responsible adults should always accompany the smallest trick-or-treaters. Before you greet trick-or-treaters at your own home, remove any tripping hazards on your front steps and front porch, and sweep leaves away from the sidewalks… Read More

  • Halloween Fun in Atlanta
    October 16, 2015

    Halloween is almost here, and all of North Georgia is celebrating!  Here are some fun, family-friendly Halloween events occurring this month that you won’t want to miss. LEGOLAND is celebrating Halloween with its Brick-or-Treat event each weekend in October.  Don your favorite costume and get ready for a fun afternoon of games, trick-or-treating, and, of course, tons of Lego activities!  Build a LEGO pumpkin to add to the LEGO pumpkin patch.  Take a guess at the number of pumpkins in MINILAND for your chance to win an annual pass!  LEGOLAND will host a costume contest on October 13 and November 1 at noon and 3 pm, with prizes being awarded for the best costumes!  For more information, visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center’s website. Zoo Atlanta is hosting its annual Boo at the Zoo event on Saturdays and Sundays from October 17… Read More

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My husband and I looked at several new home communities, and we are so happy that we chose to work with the Richardson Housing Group to build our new home.  Our new home is loaded with features, the neighborhood looks great and the value was the best that we found.  Working with your professional staff has been a real pleasure. - Sabrina N. Whitfield Estates

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