Events

May 3, 2013

Community Calendar – May, 2013

For additional events and on-going, scheduled activities see the Community Calendar at www.irwin.army.mil or the FMWR site at http://fortirwinfmwr.com/

Ongoing

SKIES Unlimited encompasses instructional programs for children and youth ranging from six weeks old to adolescence. Sign up your child for Reading and Math tutoring, Piano and Vocal lessons, Karate or Dance. Call 380-7751 for schedules and pricing.

May 3

“Bully” movie showing. 8 p.m. Town Center. Free PG-13 movie presentation in support of “The Movement” to end bullying on Fort Irwin. Drinks and food sales available. 380-6880.

May 3-5

Country Fair In The Sand. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Commissary. Mini-case lot sale. Food, produce, plants/flowers, paper products, baby products and more. May 4 will have country fair themed activities. 380-3560.

May 6-8

Post-Wide Spring Clean Up. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Installation-wide clean up as part of the ongoing NTC initiative to enhance the appearance of cantonment and housing areas.

May 10

• Mothers Day Tea Party. 3:30-5:30 p.m. Middle School Teen Center. A chance for mom’s to enjoy tea and snacks with their children. Door prizes. Call 380-3732 by May 6 to reserve your spot.

• Military Spouse Appreciation Day. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Exchange (mall area). Military spouses, let us say “Thank you,” for the vital role you play in keeping our Army strong. Join Army Community Service as we celebrate you and all you do.

May 10 and 12

Seafood Roadshow. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Commissary. Purchase lobster, crab legs, shrimp, salmon and more. 380-3560.

May 11

• Wienermobile visit. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Commissary. Re-visit childhood memories and make new ones with your kids while visiting this iconic vehicle. 380-3560.

• Hike To The Hollywood Sign. Outdoor Recreation. Sign up by May 4. Adults, $25; kids up to 13 years, $18. Call 380-4327 by May 4 to register and inquire about other trips in Southern California.

May 12-18

Coupon Contest. Commissary. For every transaction with $50 or more in coupon savings, you’ll receive one raffle ticket for an opportunity to win a flat screen TV. Use your rewards card in conjunction with paper coupons to receive two tickets. 380-3560.

May 18

Start Smart class for teen drivers. 1 p.m. CHP office at 300 E. Mountain View in Barstow. Free class on driving for teenagers. Learn about responsibilities of driving and rules of the road. Sign up by May 15. (760) 255-8706.

May 19

Tour de Irwin bicycle race. 6 a.m. Outdoor Recreation. The 41-mile race: categories include ages 13-35, 36-45 (masters) and 46+ (silver). The 10.5-mile fun race: categories include ages 13-35, 36-45 and 46+. The 2.5 mile youth race: for ages 12 and younger. Team racing available for the 41-mile race. 380-4327.

May 24

Soldier Show. Freedom Fitness Center. Everyone is welcome to enjoy this fantastic, high-energy performance packed with singing, dancing, and a whole lot of HOOAH! 380-3685.

June 8

• Cali Swag Car Show III. 10 a.m-4 p.m.Town Center and Jack Rabbit Park. Free and open to the public. Pre-registration, $25; same-day registration, $30. Categories in cars, motorcycles, trucks, people’s choice and best of show. Call (760) 267-1726 or email at ftirwinboss@gmail.com

• Ludacris concert. Army Field.




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