Events

June 21, 2012

Events Calendar June 21 – June 26

June 21, 2012  

Success over Stress and Anger

When:  Thu, June 21, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Building 598

This weekly group is for individuals who have completed the Anger/Stress Management course and who feel they would benefit from additional support.

 

Youth Center Summer Camp Swim

When: Thu, June 21,1:45pm –3pm

Where: SMP Recreation Center

Youth ages 8-10 enrolled in SAC summer camp will enjoy the pool every Thursday. For more information call (928) 269-5390

 

 June 22, 2012 

Toddler Crafts

When: Fri, June 22, 10am – 11pm

Where: Building 645

Weekly on Fridays, until Dec 28, 2012. Call (928) 269-2561 for more information.

 

Mom’s Basic Training

When: Fri, June 22, 8am – 4pm

Where: Building 598

Childbirth preparation class that teaches expectant parents about what happens during labor and delivery Registration is required. For more information call (928) 269-2561.

 

June 23, 2012

Live DJ

When: Fri, June 23, 8pm – Sat, June 23, 1am

Where: Club Pulse

Every Friday and Saturday come out to Pulse the Nightclub to listen to the Live DJ. Call (928) 269-2711 for more information.

 

June 24, 2012

No Scheduled Events

 

June 25, 2012

Play Morning

When: Mon, June 25

Where: Fellowship Hall

Playgroup for parents and children ages 5 and under. For more information call (928) 269-6053.

 

June 26, 2012

Tobacco Cessation Class

When: Tue, June 26, 1pm – 4pm

Where: Community Center

Open to all active duty, dependents and DOD employees. This class helps you quit tobacco use. For more information or to register call (928) 269-5634

 

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