FMWR Briefs

| March 29, 2013 | 0 Comments


29 / Friday

Softball Registration — Sign up now through entry deadline of April 19 for Army Hawaii men’s and women’s intramural softball at Takata Field (FS) and Stoneman Complex (SB). League runs May 6-Aug. 30. Call (808) 655-0856 for applications information.

Easter Egg Painting — Paint Easter eggs, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., SB Arts and Crafts Center. Call (808) 655-4202.

Golf Scramble — Celebrate pay day the golf way. Play in the USARPAC Pay Day scramble every last Friday of the month at FS Nagorski Golf Course. Call (808) 438-9587 for information and registration or email

Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet — Enjoy delicious local style food every last Friday of the month at SB Kolekole Bar & Grill (808-655-4466) and at FS Mulligan’s Bar & Grill (808-438-1974).

March Madness — Enjoy delicious food and drinks while rooting for your team during the 2013 March Madness Tournament, through April 8, at Kolekole Bar & Grill, SB.

30 / Saturday

Fun Fest and Earth Day 2013 — The annual Weyand Field event begins at 8:30 a.m. The Leisure and Travel Services Travel Fair will feature vendors and an Enchanted Character Breakfast. Breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m.; purchase tickets at LTS or call (808) 655-9971. Fun Fest activities include entertainment, games, rides, inflatables and pictures with the Easter bunny. Call (808) 655-0115.

31 / Sunday

Easter Brunch — Make your reservations early for this annual tradition. Hourly seatings available from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., March 31, at the SB Nehelani (808-655-4466) and FS Hale Ikena (808-438-1974). Military discount for brunch; 10 percent for all active duty and 20 percent for E1-E5.


1 / Monday

Outdoor Recreation Scuba — Dive shop service will begin at Outdoor Recreation Center, starting Monday, April 1, including retail, rentals, classes and charters. Call (808) 655-0143.

2 / Tuesday

SB PT in the Park — This annual event begins at 6:30 a.m., April 2, at the Bennett Youth Center. Children complete aerobics alongside their parents and characters, and all enjoy a continental breakfast afterwards. Call (808) 655-6465.

3 / Wednesday

New Drawing Classes — Learn basic cartoon drawing at the SB Arts and Crafts Center with creativity and confidence by taking the mystery out of drawings. Wednesday sessions follow:
•Adult class, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., $35.
•Teens class, 2 p.m.-3 p.m., $25.
All supplies included; preregistration required. Call (808) 655-4202.

6 / Saturday

Ladies Golf Clinic — Ladies can partake in a free golf lesson from PGA professionals in a 30-minute lesson at Leilehua Golf Course. By appointment only, call (808) 655-4653.

12 / Friday

SB Right Arm Night — Get in the baseball spirit, beginning at 4 p.m., and enjoy drink specials and a pupu buffet. Spouses and DOD civilians welcome. This event is for adults. Tickets are $5 in advance or $8 at the door. Tickets are on sale at the Hale Ikena. Call (808) 438-1974.


Water Exercise and Private Swim Lessons — This new service features lessons and classes at both Tripler (808-433-5257) and Helemano (808-653-0716) pools.

DIY Auto Repair — SB (808-655-9368) and FS (808-438-9402) Auto Skills centers offer bay rentals; a flat bay is $4 per hour and a lift bay is $5 per hour.

New App — Zinio Digital Magazines, the world’s largest newsstand, offers an app for magazine lovers, with digital magazines for iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac and PC. An Army Hawaii library account is required for access. Set up a Zinio account via the Army Hawaii Libraries web at, select eResources tab, and then Zinio. Guests without a library account may gain access via AKO, Self-Service, My Library. Call (808) 655-8002.

Brake Rotors and Drums Repair — The SB (655-9368) or FS (438-9402) Auto Skills centers’ specialists can help resurface brake rotors or brake drums. Brake rotors are resurfaced for $12 each and brake drums resurfaced for $10 each.

Whale Watching Cruises — Sign up to see these majestic creatures with Leisure Travel Services and save money. Call (808) 655-9971.

Neighborhood Watch Program (NWP) — Would you like to know how to keep your neighborhood safe? Interested in starting an NWP? It’s a simple process that takes initiative and personal responsibility. Email

BOSS Meetings — Single Soldiers and geographic bachelors are invited to Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers meetings every Wednesday to discuss community service projects and fun upcoming programs. Call (808) 655-1130.
•North meetings, 3 p.m., every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, Tropics Warrior Zone.
•South meetings, 10 a.m., every 2nd and 4th Wednesday, AMR Chapel.

Preschool Story Time — Take your toddlers to story time, Wednesdays, 10 a.m., Sgt. Yano Library, SB; different theme and story each week. Call (808) 655-4707.

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