June 20th may be the official start to summer, but, at Hawaiian Pool Builders, we believe that Memorial Day is the real start to a summer full of in-ground pool fun.
Like other holidays that we celebrate in the United States, Memorial Day has a theme, and at least one thing we associate with it. Thanksgiving is associated with turkeys, family, and giving thanks. Christmas; gifts, family, a Christmas tree, and stockings that are hung with care. Cinco de Mayo is a great excuse to buy a piñata, eat tacos, and hang out with your family and friends. Memorial Day brings to mind picnics, barbeque, and summer, and as with the others; family. Continue Reading
Graduation party season is in full swing, and often times goes for the entire summer. Whether your student is a high school graduate, college, or even grad school, Hawaiian Pool builders has some fantastic ideas to make your ‘grads’ swimming pool party one they won’t forget. We have ideas for invitations, decorations, food, entertainment, and party favors. Continue Reading
The last Saturday in May is National Pool Opening Day, a day all pool owners look forward to. At Hawaiian Pool Builders, we are here to open your swimming pool and help get your summer underway.
After you have your swimming pool ready to go, why not explore some of the events and spots in Southeast Michigan? Having things to do when the days may be a little cooler is a great way to enjoy the beginning of summer. Continue Reading
What better way to say “May” in Northwest Ohio then opening your swimming pool? We know that’s the most exciting thing about May.
Once you have your swimming pool opening scheduled, there are plenty of other activities in May that are fun and entertaining also.
Interestingly, the biggest Week in American Birding is May 3-12, 2019. This 10-day event is planned at the peak of spring warbler migration in the Lake Erie Marsh Region of Northwest Ohio. The “Biggest Week” will be jam-packed with workshops, warblers, free guided walks, warblers, half-day trips, keynote speakers, island birding trips, and more warblers. The event is located at the Black Swamp Bird Observatory, Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge, and Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, Oak Harbor, Ohio. Festival Headquarters: Maumee Bay Lodge & Conference Center at 1750 State Park Road in Oregon, Ohio. This is a fantastic family event, and it’s completely free. Continue Reading
Winter is finally gone, but it’s not quite time to open up your in-ground swimming pool. We know you are anxiously awaiting that day, and probably have it on your calendar. Though that day may be close, and spring is in the air, it’s not here yet. Now that it’s here, we’ve gathered together some fun ways to spend the remaining few weeks until you can take that plunge. Continue Reading