FMWR Briefs

| February 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

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EDGE Home School Art Workshops — Teens are invited to the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts Center for a fun workshop Feb. 13, 20 & 27; activities are fabric beads and painted “silk” shapes. It’s $23/child; supplies included. Call 808-655-9818 for more information and registration.
Workshops are open to Child and Youth Support Services registered youth and teens, grades 1-12.

16 / Monday
EFMP — The Exceptional Family Member Program invites patrons to the following:
•Feb. 16, 8 a.m.-noon, whale watching from Star of Honolulu. Meet at Aloha Tower. Cost is $26.75/adult; one free child (under 11) per adult. Purchase tickets at Leisure Travel Services.
•March 4, 2:30-4:30 p.m., SB bowling.
•March 18, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens catch and release fishing.
•April 3, 10 a.m.-noon, FS Easter egg hunt and crafts.
Registration is required at “class calendar” at www.himwr.com. Call 808-655-4227 or 438-4227.

17 / Tuesday
Mexican Cuisine Lunch Buffet — New Tuesday buffet, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at Fort Shafter Hale Ikena; features beef tacos w/fixings, chicken fajitas, spanish rice/refried beans, soup and salad for $10.95. Call 808-438-1974.

18 / Wednesday
EDGE Home School Adventure-Biking Series — In partnership with Outdoor Recreation, join the SB on-base bike ride, 9:30 a.m., Feb.18, for grades 1-12. Everyone must wear shoes and bring water and sunscreen. Cost is $20/child.
All ODR bikes are for participants 5’1” and above. You’re welcome to bring your own bike. Call 808-655-9818.

BOSS — Single Soldiers and geographic bachelors are highly encouraged to attend Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers meetings every Wednesday of the month to discuss community service projects and fun upcoming programs. Get involved and make a difference.
•North meetings are held at SB Tropics, at 3 p.m., every 1st and 3rd Wednesday.
•South meetings are held at FS Bowling Center at 10 a.m., every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Call 808-655-1130.

Chinese New Year Lanterns — Ring in the Chinese New Year at SB Sgt. Yano Library, 3-4:30 p.m. Make lanterns to brighten your celebration; materials are supplied. For tweens, teens and adults. Call 808-655-8002.

Fairy Story Time — Fairy Moonfire is Mermaid Harmony’s glitterific twin sister and will be flying in to tell stories about fun fairies, forest animals, unicorns and even about the time the goblins stole the fairy queen’s magical ring, 3-4 p.m. at FS Library. This free program is open to all families; call 808-438-9521.

Baby-Sitting & CPR  — Register for SKIES Unlimited free CPR/first aid monthly courses for 12-18 year olds, 4-7 p.m., Feb. 18 & 25. Class participation requires registration by a parent/guardian with Army CYS, Parent Central Services. Register at 808-656-9818.

21 / Saturday
NOAA Whale Count Adventure  — The whales are still here, so don’t miss your opportunity to see them with Outdoor Recreation. Help NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) count the whales for this year’s migration. Transportation and informational guidance are provided; bring water, snacks and seeing eyes to spot the whales. Ages 10 and up are welcome. Call 808-655-9046/9045.

27 / Friday
Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet — Enjoy local style food every last Friday of the month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at SB Kolekole  and FS Mulligan’s Bar & Grill. Cost is $14.95/person. Call Kolekole at 808-655-4466 or Mulligan’s at 808-438-1974 for reservations.

Track & Field Registration — Be a part of the new Developmental Army Hawaii Youth Track & Field Team. Registration is open through Feb. 27 to youth born from 1997-2007. Cost is $40/child.
First-time participants and renewals must sign-up at CYS Services Parent Central Offices. Ask about the multi-child reduction fee.
Call the Youth Sports office at FS/Aliamanu Military Reservation at 808-836-1923 or SB/Wheeler Army Airfield/ Helemano Military Reservation at 808-655-6465.

Leilehua Concert Series — Hawaiian music by Huewa begins at 6 p.m. at The Grill at Leilehua Golf Course; free and open to the public. Food and drinks available for purchase. Call 808-655-1711.

Ongoing
Blind Date with a Book — Take a chance. Try something new. Fall in love. It doesn’t matter if you’re a swinging single or a committed lovebird. We want you to date – a book!
During the month of February, stop by the SB library to check out one of our specially wrapped books. There will be some descriptive words on the wrapper to peak your interest, but otherwise, it will be sight unseen.
When you return the book, you’ll be able to rate your date and enter a prize drawing for a Navatek Sunset Cruise for two. Call  808-655-8002 (SB) or 808-438-9521 (FS).

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