August 23, 2012

Events Calendar August 23 – August 29, 2012

August 23, 2012

Financial Aid Workshop

When: Thu, Aug. 23, 3pm – 4pm

Where: Building 850

This workshop focuses on registering for federal financial aid through FAFSA as well as registering for scholarships through FastWeb. For more information call 269-5614.


Weekly SMP Tournaments

When: Thu, Aug. 23, 6pm – 8pm

Where: SMP Rec Center

Starting at 1800 every Tuesday and Thursday, come join us for Tournaments! Tournaments include: XBox, Wii, PS3, Texas Hold ‘Em, Ping Pong & Pool. Today: Ping Pong  Have a Single Marine Program Questions? Call 269-5794.


August 24, 2012

Mom’s Basic Training

When Fri, Aug. 24, 8am – 4pm

Where: Building 598

Mom’s Basic Training is a childbirth preparation class that teaches expectant parents about what happens during labor and delivery and teaches the father techniques to become a great birthing coach. Registration is required. For more information call 269-2308.
Preteen Only Dance

When Fri, Aug. 24, 7pm – 10pm

Where: Youth Center

Preteens this party is just for you! Come hang with your friends and dance all night long. Have a great time with your friends and maybe make some new ones. Call 269-5390 for info.

August 25, 2012

Open Mic Night

When: Sat, Aug. 25, 6pm – Sun, Aug. 26, 12am

Where: Club Pulse

No Cover. Plenty of drink specials.


SMP Dinner & A movie

When: Sat, Aug. 25, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Where: Station Theater

Not only do you get free admission, but this is your chance to order dinner and drinks next door, and bring them into the theater. Open to Single Marines only. For more info call 269-6556.

August 26, 2012

SMP Movie & Popcorn

When: Sun, Aug. 26, 6pm – 8pm
Where: SMP Rec Center

Come relax and enjoy a free movie and popcorn. Call 269-5794 for more info


August 27, 2012

California Career School Visiting Education Center

When: Mon, Aug 27, 2012 9am

Where: Building 598

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.
Academic Skills Course

When: Mon, Aug. 27, 10am – 12pm

Where: Building 850

OASC is designed for service members looking build a foundation for their careers, advance their career or continue their education. For more information call 269-5614.


August 28, 2012

Teddy Bear Picnic

When: Tue, Aug. 28, 4pm – 5pm

Where: Station Library

Spend an afternoon at the library celebrating teddy bears! Listen to the classic teddy bear books like Corduroy, make teddy bear crafts and have yummy snacks at the teddy bear picnic. Call 269-2785 for more info


August 29, 2012

Spice & other Synthetic Drugs Brief

When: Wed, Aug. 29, 1pm – 3pm

Where: Building 598

Training provides information on the negative physiological aspects of using spice and other synthetic drugs. Call 269-2791.

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