July 12, 2012

Events Calendar July 12 – July 18, 2012

July 12, 2012

Free Cake (Birthday Shoutout)

When: Thu, July 12, 12 pm

Where: SMP Rec Center

Who doesn’t love free cake? Come on down and celebrate someone’s birthday with delicious edibles in a party atmosphere.

College 101 Brief

When: Thu, July 12, 2pm – 3pm

Where: Building 850

This hour long brief focuses on the policies and procedures that are in place for using military Tuition Assistance. This brief is required for anyone who wants to use Tuition Assistance.


July 13, 2012

Toddler Crafts

When: Fri, July 13, 10am – 11pm

Where: Building 645

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

Teen Only Trivia Night

When: Fri, July 13, 7pm – 10pm

Where: Youth Center

Teens, have you ever had a question you didn’t know the answer to? Come to the YC hang out and enjoy a game of trivia while hanging with your friends. 269-5390 for more info.


July 14, 2012

Live DJ

When: Fri, July 13, 8pm – Sat, July 14, 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.


July 15, 2012

No Scheduled Events


July 16, 2012

Play Morning

When: Mon, July 16, 10 – 11 a.m.

Where: Fellowship Hall

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


July 17, 2012

Anger Management

When: Tue, July 17, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Building 598

Learn alternative methods for managing anger. Call 269-2561 for more information.


July 18, 2012

SMP Fear Factor

When: Wed July 18, 6pm – 8pm

Where: Youth Center

Think you have what it takes to face your fears? Come participate in Fear Factor at the Rec Center. Teams will consist of 3 competitors. We dare you to play with SMP! Free food and prizes. 269-5794 for more info.

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