July 26, 2012

Events Calendar July 26 – August 1, 2012

July 26, 2012

3 Part Babysitter Course

When: Thu, July 26, 9am to 6 pm

Where: Building 1085

This three day course provides training and referral services for pre-teen and teenagers for family members interested in babysitters living on and off installation. Cost is $35.


Think Thursdays SNCO

When: Thu, July 26, 5pm – 7pm

Where: SNCO Club

Happy Hour from 4 to 6pm on this Third Thursday Take Over. For more information call (928) 269-2711.


July 27, 2012

Toddler Crafts

When: Fri, July 27, 10am – 11pm

Where: Building 645

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


Youth Center Summer Camp Family Luau

When: Fri, July 27, 11am –2:30pm

Where: Youth Center

Families are invited to join us for a day of fun games, lunch and treats. For more info call (928) 269-5390.


July 28, 2012

Live DJ

When: Sat, July 28, 8pm – Sun, July 29, 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.


Session Two Swim Lessons

When: Sat, July 28, 12pm

Where: Oasis Pool

Classes held Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Classes start at 7am, 8am, 9am and 10am. Parent-tot, Pre-School, Level 1/2 and Level 3/4 available. Cost is $40 for the entire session. For more info or to sign up call (928) 269-2914.


July 30, 2012

California Career School Visiting Education Center

When: Mon, July 30, 12pm

Where: Education Center

California Career School offers Commercial Truck Driver Training. A representative will be available to speak with you about their program on a walk-in basis or you may contact the school at (714) 720-7580 to schedule an appointment.


July 31, 2012

Play-based parenting

When: Tue, July 31, 10am – 11am

Where: Building 645

Playgroup/parenting class for parents and their children ages 1-4. Meets for 6 weeks


August 1, 2012

Financial Workshop

When: Wed August 1, 8am – 10am

Where: Building 598

In-depth information on investing in the Thrift Savings Plan.

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