MWR Briefs

| May 20, 2016 | 0 Comments
FORT SHAFTER — George Erice, from the staff of the Hale Ikena, plates a pan of stir-fried meat and vegetables at one of several new food stations at the Hale Ikena buffet during their preview, May 13. Sliced fresh fruit is available at one of several new Grand Buffet stations available. (Photo by Allan Criss, FMWR)

FORT SHAFTER — George Erice, from the staff of the Hale Ikena, plates a pan of stir-fried meat and vegetables at one of several new food stations at the Hale Ikena buffet during their preview, May 13. Sliced fresh fruit is available at one of several new Grand Buffet stations available. (Photo by Allan Criss, FMWR)

20 / Friday
Men’s and Women’s Battalion-Level Volleyball Tournament — Enter to play volleyball this season by May 20. The season will run June 6-July 1, at FS PFC.
Entry forms available online at or may be picked up at the USAG-HI SB Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Office located at 730 Leilehua Ave., Bldg. 645, Rm 2. Call 655-9914.

Right Arm Night — Enjoy pupus and live music, 5-7 p.m., from the 25th ID Band “One Nation” at the Nehelani. Event is open to all ranks, DoD civilians and spouses. Call 655-4466.

21 / Saturday
Intro Surfing — Join Outdoor Recreation on the south shores of  Oahu at White Plains and learn the basics of surfing, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. ODR will provide the transportation, equipment and instruction.
For all ages, but must be a proficient swimmer and able to tread water for at least 6 minutes and swim 200 yards. Call 655-0143.

Armed Forces Kid’s Day Run — In observance of Armed Forces Day, Youth Sports and Fitness is hosting a 9 a.m. fun run beginning at Stoneman Field. Register by finding USAG HI at Registered runners receive a bib and T-shirt. Call 839-1923.

FMWR LogoParents Night Out — Enjoy a night out with the help of CYS. From 6-11 p.m., you can drop your children off at AMR child development center, Bldg. 1783, and AMR school-age center, Bldg. 1472.
Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis at the Parent Central Services Office at AMR, 833-5393; or SB, 655-5314).
To enroll children must be registered with CYS Services no later than May 18.

22 / Sunday
Sunday Brunch — Savor roasted prime rib with a peppercorn and garlic crust, along with exquisite dishes infused from the Pacific Rim, Asia and Hawaii nouveau at the FS Hale Ikena. Groups and large parties are welcome. Meal is served from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., and reservations are recommended. Adults are $24.95 and children’s prices are available.
Call 438-1974.

Pottery Wheel Throwing and Quilting/Sewing Workshop — Join SB Arts & Crafts at Bldg. 572. Cost is $25 for the first class, $6 each for additional classes. Call 655-4202.

24 / Tuesday
Mexican Cuisine Lunch Buffet — Tuesday buffet, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at FS Hale Ikena. Features beef tacos w/fixings, chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, refried beans, buttered corn, soup and salad for $10.95. Call 438-1974.

SKIES Unlimited School of Art — Has your child always wanted to learn to play the guitar, drums or keyboard? SB classes are offered Tuesdays; Aliamanu Military Reservation SKIES Studios classes are 3 p.m., Wednesdays. Open to CYS Services registered children ages 7-18 at $55 per month. Call 655-9818.

Taco Tuesday — Every Tuesday night, SB Kolekole Bar & Grill features three tacos, rice and beans dinner for only $4.99 at 1249 Kolekole Ave.
Call 655-4466.

Infant Massage Series — This five-week course on infant massage teaches the power of touch in bonding with your baby, as well as the benefits of massage in circulation, digestion and emotional well-being, Tuesday evenings in May, from 6-7 p.m. Call the New Parent Support Program at 655-4227.

18 / Wednesday
SAFER Group — This discreet group for women meets weekly to explore issues, such as self-esteem, self-care, safety planning and understanding abuse, 9-10:15 a.m.
Support and resource pathways are offered, along with discussion of emotional regulation, managing stress, power and control, and the cycle of violence.
Call 655-4227.

Grand Buffet at FS Hale Ikena — A new buffet dining experience Monday-Friday at 11 a.m.
Enjoy a rotating menu featuring multi-choice soup and salad options, dynamic action stations and an array of desserts.
Call 438-1974. Location is Bldg. 711, Morton Drive, Fort Shafter.

BOSS Meetings — Hooah! Single Soldiers and geographic bachelors are highly encouraged to attend BOSS 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, every 1st and 3rd Wednesday, at 3 p.m.
•South meetings are held at the FS Bowling Center, every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, at 10 a.m.
BOSS is waiting for your call at 655-1130.

Asian Pacific Heritage — FS library celebrates, 3:30-4:30 p.m., by making a replica of a typical Japanese carp (koi, from a paper roll) that can be seen flying high above houses during the month of May. Free program includes available supplies. Call 438-9521.

19 / Thursday
Community Readiness Expo — New to Hawaii? The USARHAW Community Readiness Expo is held 9 a.m.-noon, at the SB Nehelani. Learn about Army community resources from service agency representatives at this weekly interactive orientation without briefings. Call ACS at 655-4227.

1-2-3 Magic — Parenting series is explored with humor, insight and proven success, noon-1:30 p.m., for three weeks Call 655-4227.

25 / Wednesday
Teen Manga Club — Manga fanatics are welcome to meet for manga/anime discussions and activities from 3-4 p.m. at SB Sgt. Yano Library, 1565 Kolekole Ave., Bldg 560, SB.
Call 655-8002.

27 / Friday
FMWR Closure — Please note on May 27, most Family and MWR facilities will be closed, including child care facilities for the Garrison Organizational Celebration. Please plan accordingly.

3 / Friday
Command Scramble Golf — Monthly event cost is $50 per player, and price includes green/cart fee, free driving range balls, door prizes, flight prizes, pupus and two mulligans per player. Contact Leilehua Golf Course at 655-4653 to register. Registration will also be held on the day of the event.

Play Mornings at Helemano Military Reservation Chapel — Meet other moms and dads, share information and parenting tips, and give your child a chance to interact with other children in a safe, structured environment from 10-11 a.m. To register, call 655-4227.

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