Christmas is the season of happiness. This is the day of the coming of our Savior Jesus Christ, who brings great changes in our lives. In celebration of this season, people engage themselves into different activities, events and parties with their family and friends.
Aside from Christmas parties and family reunions, different kinds of parties are being organized and one of these is the pool party. For those who have swimming pools in their backyards, coming up with pool parties is a convenient way to celebrate this joyous season.
However, there are some things to remember when having a Christmas Pool Party. Check out this list:
- Clean your pool a week before the event
- Uninstall unused pool supplies and equipment
- Avoid too much drinking
- Avoid harsh acts and words
- Place things in proper place
Since it is a pool party, your guests are sure to splash into your pool while indulging themselves in mouth-watering dishes and thirst-quenching drinks. It is very important to clean your pool a week before the party. Clean the surface of the pool as well as the pool walls and bottoms to eliminate all the dirt and debris that will ruin the good appearance of your inground or above ground swimming pool. You can also add pool chlorine to kill the bacteria that might cause skin infections and diseases.
Pool equipment don’t need to be installed in your pool all the time particularly the pool cleaning equipment and other pool supply. To avoid accidents that these supplies might bring, it is better to uninstall them before the long-awaited party and keep them in a safe place.
Drinking liquors are normal in any event or occasion. But as party-goers, everyone should be responsible enough in indulging themselves in alcoholic drinks. This is too prevent any untoward incident that can be caused by over-drinking and alike.
It is okay to have fun but always remember that this comes with a great responsibility. Party-goers should be sensitive towards other guests. Harsh acts and words should be avoided to prevent unpleasant situations that might ruin the event.
Avoid littering. Garbage should be placed in trash cans and bins in the pool area. Avoid throwing any trash on the pool to prevent the water from accumulating dirt and bacteria. Empty bottles and cans can harm anyone. These should also be placed in a proper place for the safety of the guests.
Always remember that happiness comes with great responsibility. During this holiday season, everyone should always be prepared not just socially but also spiritually. And in events like this, safety of the guests should also be put into consideration for a more fun, safe and exciting Christmas celebration.