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MWR’s Winter Guide of Events and Activities is now up and posted on their Page; check out all what is happening for December 2012, January, and February 2013! Lots and Lots to do!!!

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  • 1. 2 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 2. Directorate of Family and Morale, 4 Outdoor Recreation Center Welfare & Recreation Trees for Troops, Skeet & Trap Bldg. (785) Winter Guide ContentsDirector 253 239-3467 6 CYSSDeputy Director 253 239-3467 Child Care,Youth Sports & ActivitiesAsst. Director for Family Programs 253 239-3467Fax 253 239-8333 10 ACSAdmin. & Operations 253 239-3506 Have a problem? We’re here to help!Marketing 253 239-2179Financial Mgmt NAF 253 239-2369 12 Rally Point Bingo Bingo, Comedy ShowsChild, Youth & School ServicesCoordinator 6620 239-4920 14 Custer Hill Golf CourseParent Central 6620 239-9885 Golf Lessons, Driving RangeSchool Liaison Officer 6620 240-32611st Division CDC 4012 239-9011 17 HabaneroWarren CDC 6950 239-9929 Family & MWR Headquarters Now Open for DinnerForsyth CDC 2410 239-4846 253 Cameron Ave.Forsyth East CDC 2420 240-5820 Main Post 18 Warrior ZoneWhitside CDC 676 239-4978 Fort Riley, KS 66442 Online Gaming, Pool, FoodWarren East CDC 6981 240-0822 785-239-3467Outreach Services 6620 239-9885 19 BOSSFamily Child Care 6620 239-9885 Produced by the MWR Marketing Department: Better OpportunitiesMiddle School & Teen Center 5800 239-9222 Marketing ChiefYouth Sports 6620 239-9885 for Single Soldiers Melissa KinneySchool Age Center 5810 239-9220SKIES 2420 240-5821 22 Arts & Crafts Center Senior Graphic Designer Woodshop, Framing & MattingArmy Community Service Chris DumlerChief/ACSO 7264 239-9435 25 Automotive Skills CenterFax 7264 239-9548 Junior Graphic Designer Car Wash, Auto Classes, TowingVolunteer Programs/AFAP/AFTB 7264 239-9435 Tanya GonzalezSurvivor Outreach Services 510 240-7450 26 Riley’s Conference Center-Survivor Outreach Services After Hours 221-8595 Marketing Assistant Catering Service, Event HostingMobilization & Outreach Services 7285 239-9435 Carla HesleyFinancial Services/AER 7264 239-9435 28 Custer Hill Bowling CenterFamily Advocacy 7264 239-9435 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Come check out our new look!-24/7 Victim Advocate Emergency 307-1373 Dawn McCarthyRelocation Program 7264 239-9435 30 King’s KornerWomen, Infants & Children 7264 239-5730 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Fruit Smoothies, Energy SnacksResiliency Learning Center HQ 7285 239-9435 Kevin KouriSoldier and Family Assistance Center 674 239-8430 32 Leisure Travel CenterParent Support/EFMP 7264 239-9435 Cover Photo Vacation Planning, Event TicketsEmployment Readiness 7264 239-9435 Taken by Melissa KlotzMilitary Family Life Consultants 7264 239-9435 34 Community Events-Military Family Life After Hours 221-9483 See what’s going on off post!Kansas State Research Extension 7285 239-9991 35 Special EventsBusiness Operations Christkindl, Holiday Tree LightingBusiness Operations Chief 253 239-2544Rally Point Bingo 2600 784-5434 35 LibraryCuster Hill Bowling Center 7485 239-4366 To advertise in this quarterly publication: Contact the Commercial Sponsorship Story Time, Movie NightCuster Hill Golf Course 5202 784-6000Riley’s Conference Center 446 784-1000 Coordinators at 785-239-8161. 36 SportsHabanero 8067 240-2782 Sports, Fitness, Massage, AquaticsWarrior Zone 7867 240-6618 The Family & MWR Guide is an authorized, official quarterly magazine for Family and Morale,Recreation Welfare and Recreation activities within Fort Riley.Recreation Chief 253 239-2612 Contents are not necessarily the official views of or Directory of Advertisers: PageBOSS President 7867 239-2677 endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department CenturyLink 2Outdoor Recreation 9011 239-2363 AA Self Storage 5 of Defense, or the Fort Riley Command. Printed Quantico Tactical 5Arts & Crafts 6918 239-9205 circulation is 11,000. The appearance of advertising in Holm Automotive 5USO 6918 240-5328 this publication does not constitute endorsement by USA Discounters 13Auto Skills 7753 239-9764 Marinello School of Design 16Library 5306 239-5305 the Department of the Army or the Fort Riley Morale, Briggs 16Leisure Travel Center 6918 239-5614 Welfare, and Recreation Fund. Everything advertised Mossy Oak Properties 20 shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage K-State University 20Sports & Fitness without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national Meritrust 21Sports Director 202 239-2172 origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political Dick Edwards 24King Field House 202 239-3868 COX 31 affiliation, or any other non-merit factor on the Exchange 34King’s Korner Smoothie Bar 202 240-6531 purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or rejection DECA 34Leonard Fitness Center 7632 239-5771 of this equal opportunity is confirmed, MWR shall Manhattan Chamber 38Long Fitness Center 8069 239-4684 Champion Car Wash 38 refuse to accept advertising from that source until theEyster Swimming Pool 6940 239-4854 Central Michigan University 38Main Post Pool 448 239-6972 violation is corrected. The information in this issue is Rolling Hills Wildlife 39Custer Hill Pool 7465 239-5860 current at time of publication. Activities and events are Little Apple Toyota/Honda 39Robinson Fitness Center 7832 239-4480 subject to change. For confirmation, please call the host Sprint 40Craig Fitness Center 7024 239-5562 facility or Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 3
  • 3. 9011 RIFLE RANGE RD. 785-239-2363/6368 MON-FRI, 9AM-5PM Winter is a time to spend with your friends and Family! The Outdoor Recreation Center is prepared to support you for those seasonal gatherings and parties. For holiday gatherings we have grills, coolers, tables, chairs, canopies, and inflatable playstations. Also, let us help you with those winter chores by offering our utility trailers, log splitter, car top carrier, enclosed trailer, or car trailer. Don’t forget about our paintball operation, rock wall, party packages, lemon lot, and the RV storage lot! UPCOMING EVENTS TREES FOR TROOPS Dec - Free to Active Duty Military Card Holders The Trees for Troops program is back at Fort Riley! Make a memory by selecting the ideal tree for you, your Family or friends. Outdoor Recreation once again will be the place to pick up your holiday tree. Don’t forget to check in with your ID prior to proceeding to the pickup location. FORT RILEY FROST CONTEST Dec-Feb Outdoor Recreation is kicking off the winter months with a friendly snowman building competition. Whenever it snows, grab your Family or friends and make a snowman. Take a couple of pictures and submit them for the chance to win prizes from Outdoor Recreation.You may submit one entry each time it snows. Make sure you get creative with colors, clothes, and accessories. Entries must be appropriate for all ages. INTRODUCTORY TRAP SHOOTING CLINIC Dec-Feb - $11/person Learn the basics of sport shooting by trying your hand at trap. Rental gun, ammo, ear protection and eye protection is included in the fee. Dates and times are by appointment only. For additional information or to make an appointment, please call the Outdoor Recreation Center 785-239-2363. LAWRENCE INDOOR AQUATIC CENTER Dec 15, Jan 12, & Feb 23, 11:30am-6pm $6/adult, $5/children (5-17) The weather outside may be frightful, but the temperature inside the Lawrence water park is wonderful! Kept at a perfect 87 degrees, this facility is ideal for those wanting to escape from the severe Kansas winter…at least for the afternoon! The zero-depth entry, play features, slide, diving boards, and lap lanes meet the needs from tykes to adults. Cost includes entrance to the park and transportation. Children must be accompanied by parents or guardians. Pre-registration is required. FAMILY CLIMB TIME Dec 21, Jan 18, & Feb 15, 2-4pm - FREE Are you craving Family fun during these winter days? Outdoor Recreation and Craig Fitness Center are teaming up to offer you an exciting escape from your regular routine. Trained staff will belay while you, your Family, and your friends climb on the wall. Pre-registration is required. 785-239-9058 Hours of Operation: Sat: 10am-5pm or by appointment Weather Permitting, Open to the public If you have ever wanted to try sport shooting, visit the Fort Riley Skeet and Trap Range to give it a shot. Hunters make sure you stay sharp before you take to the fields, blinds, or tree stands. As the saying goes, “Practice makes perfect!” For more information, call or stop by the Outdoor Recreation Center 785-239-2363. Pricing: Use your gun/ammo $5/round Use range gun/ammo $11/round.4 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
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  • 5. PARENT CENTRAL CYSS PLAYGROUP Your first stop for all Child,Youth & Every Mon, 9-11am (excluding holidays) School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. CYSS welcomes Families to come Registration is required to participate in participate in activities and socialize with any CYS Service. Annual registration fees other children, 0 to 5 yrs of age. Playgroup are currently waived (until further notice) and participation is free to military Families. CYSS registration may be transferred to a Call 239-9885 for additional information. new duty station upon PCS. CYSS hosts an internet based Parent Advisory Board on the third Thursday of each month beginning at CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS 4:30pm. If you have any issues or concerns, The Army provides care in a Multi-AgeCYSS DIRECTORY this is the place to voice them and get group setting. The concept of the Multi-AgeParent Central answers to questions directly from the CYSS classroom is to provide a Family style785-239-9885 management team. Participating patrons can environment where the children learn fromFamily Child Care receive points towards a 10% discount on and nurture each other. Children785-239-9885 their childcare fees. For more information experience fewer transitions while in theOutreach Services regarding parent participation points, contact Multi-Age child care setting, giving them785-239-9885 239-9885. Parent Central also maintains a more time to bond with their primaryYouth Sports list of trained teenage baby-sitters for your caregiver. Children also benefit widely785-239-9885 occasional outing. from interacting with classmates who areSchool Liaison785-240-3261/785-239-1648 older and younger, learning important PARENT CENTRAL principles of citizenship, relationships,6620 Normandy Dr. HOURS OF OPERATION: respect, patience, and self-esteem. Utilizing Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm a creative curriculum, our approachSchool of Knowledge, Inspiration, Parent Central Walk-in hours:Exploration, and Skills (SKIES) balances both teacher-directed and Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm child-initiated learning, with an emphasis785-240-5821 Appointments are available upon request.2420 H St. on responding to children’s learning styles Please contact 785-239-9885 for more and building on their strengths information or to make an appointment. and interests.1st Division CDC785-239-9011 WEBTRAC!4012 1st Division Rd. WebTrac! is now available for CYSS patrons KIDS ON SITE CHILD CAREWarren CDC to make payments, as well as enroll in Youth Services provided:785-239-9929 Sports programs. Customers currently in On-site hourly care for groups within6950 Warren Rd. our database will receive their WebTrac! User the same building where parents are ID and password upon request via the e-mail attending a function or immediatelyWarren East CDC address we have on file. New customers adjacent to the parent’s function. Contract785-240-0822/0821 may sign up by going to the WebTrac! link after hour’s openings of child care6981 Warren Rd. located on the DFMWR website, facilities is available as well. Coordination must be made with the KidsForsyth CDC on Site Specialist at least 2 weeks prior to785-239-4846/4848 CYSS HOURLY CARE the event to discuss procedures, for site2410 Saddlehorn Rd. Hourly care is open from 7:30am-5pm, approval, registration and fees. For more Mon-Fri at Warren East CDC and SAC. The information, please contact 785-239-9885.Forsyth East CDC hourly rate is $4.00 per hour. Reservations785-240-5820/5822 can be made up to 30 days in advance.2420 H St. Families can use the hourly care program up to 20 hours per week, per child. All SCHOOL AGE CENTER (SAC)Whitside CDC reservations are on a first-come, first-serve SAC is a nationally accredited program785-239-4978 basis and reservations are required. We make for Kindergarten to 5th Grade. SAC offers676 Warrior Rd. every effort to accommodate hourly care before and after school programs, as well needs. For additional information and to as Open Recreation. Children can utilizeMiddle School & Teen Center (MST) make reservations, please contact Warren Open Recreation for 10 hours per week785-239-9222 East 240-0821 or School Age during the school year and 20 hours per5800 Thomas Ave. Center 239-9220. week during the summer. Families requiring full time care may register for aSchool Age Center (SAC) SPECIAL OPENINGS: weekly fee. Get five FREE hours of Open785-239-9220 Saturday hourly care this Winter: Recreation each month simply for5810 Thomas Ave. Dec 1, Jan 5, Feb 2, 7-11pm being registered with CYSS (reservations are Dec 15, 10am-4pm required). Normal rate is $4.00 per hour. Please join our CYSS Facebook Page Weekday hourly care this Winter: Dec 4 & 18, Jan 8, & Feb 12, 6-8pm6 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 6. SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS) MIDDLE SCHOOL & SSS develops partnerships with local schools and community organizations to help ensure TEEN CENTER (MST)a positive educational experience for military children and youth to inform and assist Youth Services (MST) offers a range ofcommand on related school issues. Through coordination with the School Liaison Officers, positive activities for youth in grades 6-12schools and community, SSS helps ease education transition and connects military Families that promote positive attitudes andwith available resources and help support Family transitions upon arrival and departure from reinforces Army core values.Youth ServicesFort Riley. Call 239-9885 for additional information. sponsors a variety of programs offering youth opportunities in: life skills, citizenshipSTUDENT ONLINE ACHIEVEMENT RESOURCES (SOAR) and leadership, leisure, recreation and arts, SOAR is a free website providing students and parents with resources to: mentoring, intervention and support•Identify academic strengths and weaknesses in math and reading services. There are special interest activities•Instruct the student in math, reading and language arts through interactive tutorials that change each week. For additional•Involve parents by providing educational resources written specifically for parents information, please call 785-239-9222.TUTOR.COM FOR MILITARY FAMILIES MST HOURS All Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve members and their Families are eligible to School School-Oututilize at no cost. More than 2500 Tutors are online 24/7 and available to help Mon-Fri, 5:45-8am Mon-Thu, 1-8pmin all subjects and skill levels. Basic preparation for career transitions, writing resumes and Mon-Thu, 3-8pm Fri, 1-11pmstudying for exams are available for adults. Fri, 3-11pm Sat, 2-11pm Sat, 2-11pmHOME SCHOOLS Kansas laws and home schooling resources are available at School Liaison Services. Local FIND MST ON FACEBOOKhome school contact information may be obtained at the Fort Riley Home School website: MST E-MAIL DISTRIBUTION LISTHIRED! Please contact 785-239-9222 if you would The Hired! Apprenticeship Program is designed to meet the employment and career like to receive e-mails regarding upcomingexploration needs of Army teens 15-18 years. Teens must have a parent or guardian who is opportunities and military, retired military or a Department of the Army civilian to be eligible for theprogram. During the apprenticeship session, a Hired! apprentice will explore different career UPCOMING MSTopportunities and assist at a MWR organization for 180 hours (15 hours a week) and attend 12 EVENTS & FIELD TRIPStraining sessions. Workforce preparation workshops/ trainings include: résumé writing, Holiday Danceinterview skills, problem solving, effective communication, financial management, and Dec 7, 8-10:30pmcollege preparation classes. Hired! apprentices do not receive an hourly wage. Aftercompleting work and training requirements, the apprentice will receive a $500 cash award. Winter Break CampApprentices may participate in two sessions each year. Call 239-9885 for Dec 21-Jan 4additional information. New Year’s DanceSpring Session: Feb 10-May 4 - Application Deadline: Jan 18 Jan 11, 8-10:30pmTEEN WORKSHOPS Movie Night All area teens are invited to attend workshops at the MST Center, 5800 Thomas Avenue. Jan 19, 7-10:30pmWorkshops are required for teens participating in the HIRED! Program.For additional information, please contact 785- 239-9885. Celebrate Belly Laugh DayDates: Session 1: 6-7pm Session 2: 7-8pm Jan 24, 4-5:30pmDec 4 College Applications Life INCDec 11 Resume Building ACT/SAT Prep Gras PartyJan 8 Portfolios Teen Resource Feb 12, 4-6pmJan 15 Learning Styles Building Your BrainJan 29 Transition-HS to College Money Matters Valentine’s DanceFeb 12 Work Ethics Customer Service Feb 15, 8-10:30pmFeb 26 Time Management Interviews & Applications PARENT-TO-PARENT WORKSHOPS:EXPERIENCE, DEVELOP, GROW AND EXCEL (EDGE) Time Management The EDGE program provides FREE activities for middle and high school youth to Dec 13, 5:30-6:30pmExperience, Develop, Grow and Excel by participating in exciting activities based on art,fitness, life skills, and adventure. The EDGE program is part of the MWR Partnership Learning StylesInitiative: CYSS partners with MWR facilities on post to provide the activities for EDGE Jan 10, 5:30-6:30pmparticipants. Transportation to and from activities is provided during the school year.Sign-ups for activities are ongoing at CYSS Parent Central, and the Teen Center. There is Resiliencyno cost to participate, but signed parental permission slips are required. For additional Feb 7, 5:30-6:30pminformation, please contact 785-239-9885, or visit the Middle School Teen pageat Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 7
  • 7. SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE, INSPIRATION, YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS (S&F)EXPLORATION, AND SKILLS (SKIES) UNLIMITED CLASSES The Fort Riley Youth Sports & Fitness Sport physicals are not required to enroll in SKIES Unlimited Classes, but you must Program is dedicated to being our patrons’be registered with Parent Central. Classes are held at Forsyth East CDC unless otherwise first choice by providing quality sports andstated. The SKIES Instructional program is seeking instructors to teach all ages of children fitness activities for children, ages 3-18.and youth in a wide variety of areas. Please inquire with an e-mail at usarmy.riley.imcom- For more information and to register or call 785-240-5820. Sports and Fitness activities please contact 785-239-9885.Guitar or Snare Drum Home Alone ClassAges 6-10 or 10-14 - $40 per month Ages 10 & up SPORTS REGISTRATION DATES Limited Guitars available for rent for $10. Every 3rd Thu of the Month, 5-7pm Racquetball*Pads will be loaned out for Drum Class. Parents must attend the last 30 min of class. Register by Dec 28, grades 6-12 - $20Namaste Ballet or Traditional Ballet Combination Dance and Tumbling Spring Soccer*Ages 9-16 - $32 per month Ages 2-4 or 4-7 - $30 per month Register by Feb 22, grades K-12 - $40American Red Cross Swimming Gymnastics & Tumbling *Child must have a current sports physical formGuppies: Ages 6 months-2 yrs Ages 2-5 - $30 per month at time of registration.Tadpoles: 25 months-5 yrsLevel 1-2: Ages 5-18 yrs Gymnastics Start Smart Basketball**$20 per 5 class session Ages 4-18 - $30 per month Register by Jan 11, grades K-1 - $20Eyster Indoor Pool Parents and their children, will learn the Kids in the Kitchen basic fundamentals of basketball during thisTae Kwon Do Junction City Ages 4-5, 6-7 and 8-11 - $15 six-week program.Ages 5-18 - $60 per month (includes supplies)8th Street Plaza Junction City 2nd Friday each month; Classes Start Smart Skill Development** One time $90 uniform fee and change monthly. Register by Jan 11, ages 3 & 4 - $20membership paid directly to the instructor Parents and their children, will learn the Digital Photography Workshop basic fundamentals of basketball, baseball,Hapkido Ages 8-18 - $60 for 8 sessions and football during this six-week program.Ages 3-5, 5-9 and 9-18 - $35 per monthUniform fee: $25 Dance Cheer Fitness **Children must have a health assessment at time Annual membership fees are required: Ages: 5-8 and 9-13 - $30 per month of registration.Ages 6-13: $20 and Ages 14-18: $40 Okinawan Karate FAMILY FITNESS NIGHTSWiggles & Giggles Ages 8-18 - $50 per month Dec 7, Indoor Soccer, RSVP by Dec 510 months-5 years - $20 per month Classes meet twice weekly for one hour. Jan 25, Fitness Challenge, RSVP by Jan 23 Enjoy time with Mom or Dad while Feb 22, Wiffle Ball, RSVP by Feb 20participating in gross motor and musical Family Fitness Nights will be held at Bldg.activities in a group setting. Okinawan Karate with Parent 6620 Normandy Dr. from 6-7pm. For more Ages 8-18 - $70 per month information, call 785-239-9885.Hip Hop Dance (fees are for one parent and child)Ages 5-16 - $30 per month Classes meet twice weekly for one hour. OUTDOOR ADVENTURE A once a month program offered to 4-12Intermediate Ballet/Creative Movement graders. Outdoor Adventure includes tripsAges 7-10 - $30 per month and activities throughout the year such as ice skating, canoeing, camping, and much more! To register or for additional information, please contact 785-239-4745 or view online viaWebTrac!. Enrollments can be done at Parent Central, Bldg 6620 Normandy Dr. Snow Tubing at Snow Creek Dec 27, 1-10pm - Register by Dec 21 Ice Skating at Crown Center RinkFAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) Jan 4, 10am-5pm - Register by Dec 28 FCC providers are contractors who provide childcare in a home setting. FCC homes offerfull-day, part-time, and extended hours. FCC homes have unique qualities making them the Snow Tubing at Snow Creekpreferred child care choice for many Families. Homes provide flexible hours, a comfortable Feb 9, 1-10pm - Register by Feb 5Family like setting, and activities based on real life experiences in the home andneighborhood. Please contact Parent Central for vacancy information. Adults wanting tobecome certified FCC providers are invited to attend an FCC informational briefing. Theorientation/informational briefings are scheduled every Thursday, starting at 1330 in Bldg.6620. Take a tour of FCC homes at Contact Parent Central or the FCCoffice for your username and password. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information. NOTE: For Adult Sports turn to page 36.8 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 8. PARENT ENRICHMENTWHY ATTEND PARENT ENRICHMENT CLASSES? Because children do not come with instructions. As much as we want to be, no parentis perfect. These classes can help you learn new methods of guidance, healthier ways ofcommunicating with your child, and fun ways to just enjoy being a parent.CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 0-3 YEARS OF AGE:*It’s Not As Hard as you think; Cloth Diapering,Making Baby Food & Breastfeeding in the 21st Century!Jan 10, 10:30am-Noon Come learn easy ways to use and manage cloth diapers, make your own baby food,and breastfeed.CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 3-7 YEARS OF AGE:*Love & Logic; Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!Feb 14, 9am-Noon This course is designed for Families with children ages 0-6 years old and to help parentscreate happy Families and responsible kids.CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 8-12 YEARS OF AGE:*Love & Logic Parenting Classes (3-Part Series)Jan 7, 14, & 28, 2-4pm This course is designed to help parents create happy Families and responsible kids byteaching parents to allow children to grow through their mistakes, learn from theconsequences of their choices, learn shared “control”, and learn shared “thinking anddecision making.”ADDITIONAL CLASSES:24/7 Dad Workshop (2-Part Series)Jan 14 & 15, 9am-4:30pm - ACS Bldg. 7264 (Childcare will not be provided for this course.) This unique, innovative, and comprehensive course is designed to engage fathers andencourage them to become more involved with their children and Families. It is packedwith fun, interesting, and interactive activities to assist dads in raising healthy, mature, andresponsible children. Refreshments will be provided.*Scream Free Parenting (4-Part Series)Feb 5, 12, 19, & 26, 10-11:30am This four session course is designed to help you start a Revolution in Your Family!Scream Free Parenting is not just about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calmyour emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own behavior more than your kid’sbehavior…for their benefit. With these techniques, you can create and enjoy more calm,mutually respectful, and loving relationships with your children.You must attend allsessions to receive certificate.FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENT:Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day!Feb 20, 1:30-4:30pm Children receive a free Ages & Stages Assessment, Vision and Hearing. Parents learnfrom their child’s assessment which enhances their skills in parenting their child’sdevelopment growth.IMPORTANT INFORMATION: All classes will be held at 6620 Normandy Dr., unless otherwise specified.*FREE childcare with pre-registration at least one week in advance. Currentregistration with CYSS required! Please call 785-239-9885/9435 or to pre-register or for more Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 9
  • 9. HEARTS APART To respond to the needs of our Families, Army Community Service has established the Hearts Apart program. Hearts Apart is a Support Group for Waiting Spouses. This Happy Birthday to program offers various activities for thoseArmy Community Service (ACS) Army Family Team Building! that have a Service Member deployed, is TDY7264 Normandy Dr. Dec 16 or serving on any type of UnaccompaniedMon-Thu, 8am-5pm | Fri, 8am-4pm AFTB Celebrates its 18th Birthday! Tour. It provides the opportunity to share785-239-9435 Sign up for one of the classes below and common concerns, ask questions, as well as see what all the excitement’s about! participate in social activities.ACS Resiliency Learning Center If you would like to learn more about the7285 Normandy Dr. Resilient Spouse Academy “Hearts Apart” program, call 785-239-9435.Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm | Fri, 8am-4pm Feb 4-8, 8:30am-4:30pm785-239-9435 This course is designed to equip Hearts Apart – spouses who are active in their Self Defense TechniquesACS Soldier Family Assistance Center community with the knowledge and skills Feb 12, 6-8pm674 Warrior Rd. to help them make a difference. Course Hearts Apart and the JC PoliceMon-Fri, 7:30am-5pm includes: responding to issues of Abuse Department are partnering to provide a785-240-7450 or Neglect, Suicidal Ideation, Financial or Self-Defense Techniques class to empower Substance Abuse issues and also provides, and strengthen moral.ACS Survivor Outreach Services Master Resilience Training.510 Reed Rd., Grimes Hall Pre-Registration is required.Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm785-239-5979 MONEY Command Financial Non-Commissioned Officer *You can contact any of the ACS programs Core Trainingto register or gather more information by LOOKING FOR WORK? Jan 7-11, 9am-4:30pmphone or by an e-mail message being sent to: The Employment Readiness Program (ERP) offers employment assistance with job Initial training for new Primary Alternate Command Financial NCO’s. search, résumé prep and review and referrals for local businesses. Call ERP to obtain more information, 785-239-9435. Command FinancialWANT TO LEARN Non-Commissioned OfficerMORE ABOUT THE ARMY? Army Federal Quarterly TrainingArmy Family Team Building Job Applications Workshop Feb 21, 8:30am-NoonLevel I - Jan 23-24, 9am-3pm Dec 6, 13, 20 & 27, Jan 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31 Quarterly skill sharpener for Command Two day training also known as Army Feb 7, 21 & 28, 1-2:30pm Financial NCO’s who have completed101 focuses on the basics such as Military Comprehensive overview of Federal Job initial training.Acronyms and Terms, Chain of Command, application processes using the USA JobsCustoms and Courtesies, Basic Military website. Instructor will assist you on Financial Education for First TermersBenefits and Entitlements, etc. computers during this workshop. Dec 6, Jan 3 & Feb 7, 8:30am-4:30pm This mandatory class is open to all andLevel II, Feb 19-21, 9am-3pm ERP Orientation provides broad scope information on Focusing on personal skills such as Dec 5, 12, 19 & 26, Jan 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 managing finances, from budgeting toCommunication, Personal Time Feb 6, 13, 20 & 27, 1-1:45pm managing credit cards.Management, Exploring Personality Traits, Explanation of services available throughStress Management, etc. ERP and information on the local Financial Peace University job market. Feb 9-Apr 27Level III, Dec 4-6, 9am-3pm This popular series will teach you how to Focusing on leadership skills through Employment “Workshop by Request” achieve your financial goals by eliminatingclasses such as Understanding Needs, Dec 5 & 19, Jan 2, 16 & 30, Feb 6 & 20 debt and saving for the future. It meets forDelegation for Leaders, Coaching and 2-4pm two hours weekly over twelve weeks,Mentoring, etc. Employment workshops conducted with during which time the average Family pays adult learning techniques on a variety of off $5300 in debt and saves $2700.A Night Out: Customs and subjects. Each workshop’s itinerary will beCourtesies for Military Events classes completed by attendees of the two Money Management 101Feb 13, 1-3pm previous “ERP Orientation” workshops. Dec 5, 12, 19 & 26, Jan 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 Provides orientation and awareness of Typical subjects may include: Résumé Feb 6, 13, 20 & 27, 9-11:30amappropriate protocol and customs to assist writing, Conducting an effective job search, Seem like you never have enough?Soldiers and Family members in preparing Networking, Dress for Success, Interviewing Confident making financial decisions? Isfor formal events. 101, Cover Letters, Completing employer dealing with money a constant stress? Take applications, Self appraisal and assessment, this course to build your financial readiness! and Tapping into the Hidden Job Market.10 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 10. THE FAMILY READINESS RELOCATING?DEPLOYMENT RESOURCES Lending ClosetCare Team Training WILLING TO VOLUNTEER? The lending closet is administered toFeb 13, 1-3pm The Army Volunteer Corps provides provide basic housekeeping items for Provides instruction on Care Team’s opportunities for volunteers based on temporary loan to incoming and outgoingresponsibilities and guidance on how to interest and agency needs. Volunteers Families and in other cases determinedhandle issues volunteers will face. Free support the installation mission in a variety appropriate. ACS stocks the lending closetchildcare available. of capacities such as: coaches, office with quality items, that include basic kitchen assistants, FRG leaders, program assistants, equipment: pots, dishes, cups, silverware,Command Spouse Training Seminar and much more. For further information on coffee pots, toasters, and crock pots. We alsoFeb 11, 9am-Noon how you may become an “Essential Piece” carry other small items such as: high chairs, To provide future or current company of the Volunteer Program, please contact car seats, play pens, and irons.commander and 1SG’s spouses with the the Installation Volunteer Coordinator atinformation and skills needed to prepare 785-239-9435. ACS Volunteers are eligible We’ve Made It To Fort Riley, Nowthem to take on the role of an informed, to receive 25 hours per month in FREE What? Newcomer’s Inprocessinginvolved, productive, and proactive member child care. Available volunteer opportunities Every Wednesday, 8am-4pmof the Command Team. Free can be found online at www.MyArmyOne- This is a great opportunity to learn morechildcare available. about services available that may be unique to your new duty station.FRG Leader Training AVCP OrientationJan 8-9, 9am-Noon Dec 10, Jan 14, 10am-Noon Re-Entry Instruction and guidance to assist newly To educate volunteers/prospective Dec 17, Jan 28 & Feb 25, 8:30-10:30amappointed Family Readiness Group Leaders, volunteers on Installation Volunteer Workshop for those who need culturalFRSAs and Commanders. Programs and policies regarding integration back into American Lifestyle. volunteering at Fort Riley. This classFunds Custodian provides a comprehensive orientation of Sponsorship TrainingJan 15, 10am-Noon ACS programs, registration procedures, Dec 3, Jan 7 & Feb 4, 2:30-4:30pm This class provides instruction and and maintaining a record of volunteer Comprehensive overview of the Totalguidance to assist newly appointed FRG hours. It also emphasizes the benefits to Army Sponsorship Program usingFunds Custodians. the volunteer regarding inclusion of eSponsorship training online. volunteer history on college andKey Caller Training employment applications. Turn your Move into aDec 4 & Feb 5, 10am-Noon Lifetime Enhancement This class provides instruction and Volunteer Awards and Recognition PCS South Korea, Dec 4, Jan 4, & Feb 5guidance to assist newly appointed Family Jan 14, 1-3pm PCS Germany, Dec 11, Jan 8 & Feb 12Readiness Group Key Callers. Educating volunteers and leaders how PCS Stateside, Dec 18, Jan 15 & Feb 19 to motivate, recruit, and maintain a viable PCS Overseas, Jan 4, Jan 22 & Feb 26 volunteer base using awards 1-2:30pmWOUNDED WARRIOR & and recognition. The level of success you and your FamilyMEB SUPPORT SERVICES can achieve is directly proportionate to the The Soldier and Family Assistance Center preparation, information and support you(SFAC) is located at 674 Warrior Road near receive before, during and after yourthe Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). assignment. Every PCS should become an INFORMATION & RESOURCES opportunity for the entire Family. ThisThe SFAC supports Soldiers assigned to the BAL-A-VIS-XWTB or who are in the MEB process by training is required for all 1st time PCSing Dec 4, 11 & 18 Soldiers and for all Soldiers PCSing overseas.providing one-stop services ranging from Jan 8, 15, 22 & 29ID Cards to recreational activities and Feb 5, 12, 19 & 26self-help services. For more information 4-6pmcall 785-239-8430 or 785-240-7192. THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY These are fun and user friendly techniques MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP) that strengthen brain function. They The Exceptional Family Member ProgramWTB Town Hall integrate left and right hemispheres of theDec 4, Jan 8 & Feb 5, 11:30am-5:30pm (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program. brain, bringing a balance to the way we The program is designed to provideTension Fabric Structure by IACH process information, improving our To provide ill, injured and wounded comprehensive services consisting of understanding and function. medically related issues, and an educational/Soldiers and their Family members theopportunity to express issues, barriers, social support and personal type service thatconcerns, or successes to Division, enhances the readiness and quality of life forGarrison, Hospital and WTB Commands. Families with special needs.This Town Hall will be on the 1st Tuesdayof every month. The WTB Town Hall is a Holiday Spice Mixerforum Warriors use to directly present Dec 4, 6-8pmissues they are experiencing while A fun and interactive opportunity fornavigating through Garrison Agencies. 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  • 13. HOURS AND RATES: Our driving range is open 24 hours a day, SNACK BAR HOURS and now you can come out and play when Mon-Fri: 11am-1:30pm there is snow on the ground. Our hitting area Closed on Federal Holidays is sheltered for your comfort in hitting all winter long. DRIVING RANGE HOURS Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. With winter comes snow, but that doesn’t mean you cannot come out and play at Custer Hill Golf Course. As long as there is no snow PRO SHOP HOURS on the ground, you can still play golf. $20 will Please check with the Pro-Shop for the current hours of get you a round of 18 Holes with golf cart. operation. (Hours vary throughout the year due to weather and length of the day) For more information, please Check out our Christmas Sale. All items in call 785-784-6000. the Pro Shop are 10% to 50% off. It is never too late to book your 2013 Golf PLAYING COURSE HOURS Outing. Several dates are already booked for Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm 2013. Come in and meet our professional staff Sat, Sun, & Holidays, 8am-5pm to book your 2013 golf event. 2012-2013 WINTER GOLF RATES THRU MARCH 2013 UPCOMING EVENT Winter Golf Greens Fee $20 Christmas Sale: Now through Dec 24 (Includes Golf Cars) Annual Pass Holder Golf Cars $5 for 9 Holes $10 for 18 Holes ANNUAL PASSES Please check online at or with the Pro Shop for current rates and payment plans for individual and Family annual passes. OTHER RATES Golf Clubs $10 per Set $2 per Individual Club Range Tokens $3 per Token (Approx 30 Balls per Token) NEW DRIVING RANGE SHELTER Golf Lessons $35 for 1 - 30 minute $90 for 3 - 30 minute For more information or questions please check us out on or call the Custer Hill Golf Course at 785-784-6000. Prices, tournament dates, and specials are subject to change.14 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
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  • 16. BREAKFAST Egg and Cheddar Bagel $2.75 BIG BURRITOS Egg, Cheddar and Meat Bagel $3.50 Habanero $5.95 Egg, Cheddar and Steak Bagel $4.50 -Beef or Chicken Breakfast Burrito $3.50 Habanero Monster $8.25 -Choice of Bacon, Sausage or ham ENSALADA -Beef or Chicken Steak Breakfast Burrito $4.50 Casa Salad $5.75 Chicken Chipotle $5.95 Breakfast Pizza $7.50 -Beef or Chicken with Roasted Tomatillo Dressing -Pepper Jack Cheese, Romaine,Tomato, Biscuits & Gravy $1.50 Fuji Apple Chicken Salad $5.50 Chipotle Mayo Breakfast Bowl $2.75 -Chicken, Mixed Field Greens, Romaine Lettuce, Combo It $2.75 -Hashbrowns, Egg, Sausage Gravy and Shredded Cheese Vine-Ripened Tomatoes, Red Onions, Pecans, -Add a Fountain Soda & Chips with Queso, Combo It $2.75 Gorgonzola, Dry Apple Pieces with Guacamole or Salsa -Add a Hot Grande Starbucks Coffee and Hashbrowns Balsamic Vinaigrette. Chopped Chicken Cobb $6.75 NOT A BURRITO SNACKS & SIDES -Chicken, Romaine Lettuce,Tomatoes, Applewood- Burrito Bowl $5.50 Tortilla Chips $1.00 Smoked Bacon, Gorgonzola, Hard-Boiled Eggs, Red -Beef or Chicken Queso $1.25 Onion, with Herb ItalianVinaigrette Sancho’s Plate $3.00 Guacamole or Sour Cream $1.25 -Two Bean & Cheese Burritos topped with Texas Chili, Salsa $1.25 TAPAS QUESADILLAS Half/Full Lettuce,Tomatoes, and Shredded Cheddar Cheese -Roasted Chili-Corn,Tomatillo Green-Chili, Frodo Garcia $2.75 $4.75 Frito’s Pie $2.50 Tomato-Red Chili, or Fresh Tomato-Cilantro -Cheese and Salsa -A pile of Fritos topped Chili and Shredded Candy Bars $1.25 Howling Coyote $3.25 $6.25 Cheddar Cheese. Cookies $1.50 -Chicken, Cheese and Salsa Poncho’s Nachos $6.25 Brownies Assorted $2.00 Black & Blue Chicken $3.75 $6.75 -Beef or Chicken Nachos with Beans, Churro $1.25 -Chicken, Bacon,Tomato, Onion and Blue Cheese Shredded Cheese, Salsa, Jalapeno and Olives Muffins $1.75 HOT COFFEES, TEAS, & OTHER BEVERAGES HABANERO’S HIDEOUT Tall Grande Brewed Coffee $2.00 $2.75 Bottled Water $1.25 Cappuccino $2.25 $3.00 Red Bull $4.00 Café Latte $2.00 $3.00 Monster Energy Drink $3.25 Café Mocha $3.25 $4.25 G2 Gatorade $2.50 Caramel Macchiato $2.50 $3.25 Juice Bottle $1.50 Chai Latte $3.75 $4.95 Fountain Soda $1.75 Tazo Hot Teas $1.00 $1.50 -Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Cherry Pepsi, Orange Crush, Caffe Americana $2.25 $3.00 Mountain Dew,Sierra Mist, Brisk Rasp Tea, Root Beer Hot Chocolate - $2.00 Espresso Single: $1.00 Double: $1.75 BLENDED & ICED COFFEES AND SMOOTHIES Grande Iced Latte $2.75 Iced Mocha $3.50 Iced Caramel Macchiato $3.50 Chai Latte $3.50 Caffe Americana $3.00 Javaccino $3.95 Caramel Macchiato, Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 17
  • 17. 7867 NORMANDY DR. Sun: 11am-11pm Breakfast, Lunch Mon-Thu: 8am-11pm and Dinner Served! Fri: 8am-1am Sat: 11am-1am Front Desk: 785-240-6618 | Take-Out: 785-240-6616 Kitchen closes at 10:30pm Sun-Thu & at Midnight Fri & Sat. DECEMBER: MARATHON MOVIE MONTH December is Marathon Month in the theater: Batman, Bond, Bourne, Lord of the Rings, Matrix, Potter, Spiderman, Transformers, X-Men and more! HITMAN ABSOLUTION RELEASE PARTY Dec 4 In the 5th entry in the Hitman series “47” is “betrayed by those he once trusted and now hunted by the police, he suddenly finds himself at the center of a dark conspiracy and must embark on a personal journey through a corrupt and twisted world, in his search for the truth”. Come join the journey! PEARL HARBOR DAY REMEMBRANCE Dec 7 Join us for a special showing of “Pearl Harbor” in the theater and around the Zone. ARMY VS NAVY FOOTBALL GAME Dec 8 The Zone is the place to watch sports. Come down for the inter-service rivalry of the Army-Navy game! FRIDAY NIGHT MAGIC THE CHALLENGE SOLSTICE PARTY Every Friday, 7pm Every Thursday, 8pm Dec 21 Come in and play Magic the Gathering Fort Riley Warrior Zone faces off against Come celebrate the shortest day of the in a Sanctioned, Type 2 structured event. Joint Base Lewis-McChord Warrior Zone in year at our first solstice party. Food, Warrior Zone Magic extends to all an ongoing, online, VTC enhanced Challenge tournaments, prizes and a little Viking lore. Pre-Release Parties, held Saturday Match. Come down and watch, or try out The party starts at 7pm. evenings as scheduled by Wizards. for the squad. NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY WARHAMMER 40K BILLIARDS TOURNAMENT Dec 31 Every Saturday, Noon-Close Dec 6, Jan 3, & Feb 7, 6-9pm Ring in 13 on the 31st here at the Zone! This Soldier-run program welcomes Compete for fun and prizes on our 4 Free buffet and champagne toast at midnight. new players, modelers and long time regulation-sized billiards tables. Prize Tournaments, a live dj and more make the players. Bring your own armies or work awarded to first place. Zone your on-post party place. with the Zone’s sets. TEXAS HOLD’EM POKER JANUARY: WORLD OF WARCRAFT GUILD PLAY Every Saturday, 4pm NFL playoffs every Sunday on 23 42” Dec 27, Jan 31, & Feb 28, 6-10pm There is no buy-in to our weekly screens and 4 hi-def projectors, wings, Join the WZHORDE guild, in the realm matches, but a prize is awarded once a nachos and beer. Any questions? of Burning Legion. The last Thu of every week to the best player. Come in and play month the Guild plays on-site, together. or sign up early. Facebook: ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation R Visit us on the web at:
  • 18. CRYSIS 3 AND NBA LIVE 13RELEASE PARTIESJan 1 We promise to start the Release Party at6pm, after you have recovered from the NewYear’s Eve celebration. Two great gamefranchises to try out and compete with!SNIPER GHOST WARRIOR 2RELEASE PARTYJan 16 Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2 is a first-personshooter that employs stealth, hand-to-handassassinations, and titular sniping techniques.Gameplay features realistic bullet physics thatfactors distance, wind, and bullet drop whensniping targets. Sound like a game forthe Zone!MLK DAYJan 21 Remember the man of peace with a filmFestival in his honor, playing all day longin the theater.FEBRUARY: Features 2 Movie Festivals: “14 Days ofRomance” and a celebration of Black History.SUPERBOWL SUNDAYFeb 3 The biggest, baddest, Superbowl party onFort Riley. Football food, BBQ, trivia, squares, VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESteam rooms and giveaways all day long. Spend At Fort Riley you can earn your Military Outstanding Volunteer Servicethe day at the Zone cheering your team with Medal with only 100 volunteer hours! Stop by the BOSS Office at the Warrioryour friends! Zone, visit the ACS Building or check out our Facebook Page ( rileybosswz) for upcoming events to volunteer at and begin earning your MOVSM.CHINESE NEW YEAR BUFFETFeb 10 2013 WINTER X-GAMES – Aspen, Colorado Join us for a Dim Sum Brunch celebrating Jan 24-27the Year of the Snake in Chinese style. We have Escape VIP style with BOSS from the flatlands of Kansas to the heart of theyou covered in the chopstick department! Winter X-Games in Aspen. Whether you snowboard or ski, this trip is everything you want at an inexpensive price. Spots will fill up fast so reserve yours as soon asALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES possible. Contact BOSS for more details.RELEASE PARTYFeb 12 TOPEKA VA HOSPITAL VISIT – Topeka, KS After a little bit of the campaign there will Feb 16be a tournament pitting Aliens against Marines Join BOSS and help bring cheer to the veterans residing in the Topeka VA(you can play as either) and may the best Hospital. We will be serving snacks and beverages, talking to residents, andspecies win! showing these veterans that they are not forgotten in the cold winter season.BIOSHOCK INFINITE BOSS MEETINGS – Warrior Zone Conference RoomRELEASE PARTY Dec 12, Jan 9 & 23, Feb 13 & 27, 3pmFeb 26 Don’t forget to join BOSS on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at the This sequel finds the previously undersea Warrior Zone, 7867 Normandy Dr. to find out about other upcoming volunteerdenizens of “Rapture” in the sky-city of opportunities, recreation trips, events and to voice your quality of life issues to“Columbia” and it does look gorgeous. our BOSS executives.Come check out the graphical goodness on theday of release! Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 19
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  • 21. We’re here five days a week for you,including nights and weekends! UPCOMING CLASSES The woodshop has 2,400 square feetof floor space and all the specialized Wood Framingequipment needed to complete any WOOD SAFETY $10 MATTING AND FRAMING $10project. A large selection of hardwoods, (Orientation and First Time User Course) (Orientation and First Time User Course)plywood, and processed material are Dec 4, 11 Dec 3, 10,available for purchase. Jan 8, 15, 22 Jan 7, 21, Feb 5, 12, 19 Feb 4, 18, Our ceramic and pottery areas have a 6:30-8:30pm 6-9pmslab roller and two potter’s wheels, (only Learn power tool safety and general Learn the skills to do your ownaccessible during warm weather) making woodshop procedures in this one-night matting and framing and save a bundle!it possible to create finished ceramic class, given twice a month. Patrons are Subjects covered include: materialware from scratch. You can bring in your required to take this class before selection, matt cutting, frame choppinggreenware and bisque to be fired for a using the woodshop. and assembly, and glass-cutting. Allminimal fee. We no longer have ceramic materials are provided for hands-onmolds for pouring. WOOD CLASS PROJECTS $45-$55 instruction. Students will not be Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm working on their own projects. The matting and framing area has a Fee varies based on class project Patrons are required to take thishuge selection of mat and frame stock You must sign up 1 week prior, you class before using the framing area.available as well as state of the art will need to purchase all supplies for this (One SessionWorkshop)equipment. We only use conservation project, there will be a class fee whichand preservation matts which are the includes wood shop usage fees duringbest to preserve your framed work. that month, for details on classes call orAfter taking a beginners class you will stop by the Center. be able to come and finish a project in Possible project ideas: cutting boards,one day with the help of our chess board or chess table, book shelf,friendly staff. toy box, cedar chest. Remember Christmas will be here and you will need There is a scrap booking area, with time to get these projects completed.specialized equipment such as zyronand acc-u-cut die cutter. This is availablefor walk-in use, with a minimal fee. The Arts & Crafts Center offers toursand classes for groups such as coffee IMPORTANT CLASS INFORMATIONgroups, FRG’s and scouts. We can assistyour scouts in earning badges, Pre-registration and payment are required for some classes.woodworking and a variety of crafts. Class begins promptly; late arrivals will not always be accepted.Coffee groups and FRG’s come and make Some ongoing class schedules have changed; check dates and classa craft to send to your spouse or make a descriptions for details. Some classes will require you to purchasecraft for your home; there are many supplies. Call to verify the dates and sign up procedures. Thereprojects to choose from. Contact our are enrollment limits, so sign up early.staff for more information, or stop inand see first hand what you can make.22 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 22. UPCOMING SALES STORE & WORKSHOPS CUSTOM SHOPTextiles Crafts Our sales store has supplies forSEWING (Class fee based on # of hours) PARENT AND CHILD CRAFTS many crafts and hobbies to include: Learn to make items for Family, home, Dec 16, Jan 20, & Feb 17, 1-4pm stained glass, wood working, matts &friends, and yourself to give as gifts. This is a great opportunity for you and frames, ceramic paints, clay forLevel I classes are for anyone that: your child to work on crafts together.You pottery, quilting & sewing supplies•Wants to learn to sew can each have your own project or (excluding fabric), DMC floss, and•Is looking for a quick and easy project combine your talents and work on a metal engraving. The Shop also•Needs a quick refresher course project together.You must sign up prior. carries handmade wooden farewell Level I classes are designed to teach skills, Estimated cost: $8 to $20 as crafts vary. gifts, flag holders, coin holders,confidence and increase knowledge as you shadow box frames (to display yoursuccessfully complete projects. ADULT CRAFT TIME medals), and triangle name holders. Level I projects will include, but are not Dec 9, 23, Jan 13, 27, & Feb 10, 24,limited to: coasters & potholders, pillow 1:30-4:30pmcases, snack bags, receiving blanket, burp This time is set aside for you to work CERAMIC SHOP:cloth & bib, table runner, placemats, simple on a project. We will have a few projects You can drop off your greenware ortote bag and much more.You can use our that you can complete in an afternoon for glazeware for firing here. There is amachines or bring your own, limited number you to choose from. minimal charge per inch.of machines. Estimated cost: $8 to $20 as crafts vary.KNITTING, & CROSS STITCH FREE JEWELRY BRACELET PROFESSIONAL2nd Sat of Every Month, 1-4pm Learn the basics of crochet including single DEMONSTRATION MATTING & FRAMING: In this demonstration, you will learn Our shop has over 500 frameand double stitches, how to read the step-by-step instructions on how toinstructions, how to change colors, and how molding choices and only the highest make an assortment of bracelets. quality conservation & preservationto increase and decrease. Studentswill be supplied with yarn and a hook for matts for your valuable pieces. Stop in GROUP CLASSES and get a free estimate.their first class. After the first class, Set up a reservation to use the facilitysupplies are the students’ responsibility. for your group to work on a craftCHRISTMAS ANGEL $25 together. We will have a few projects for ENGRAVING SHOP: you to choose from, which you will be We offer computerized engravingDec 1 or 9, 1:30-3:30pm able to complete at your own pace. Stop Make an angel that you can use as a tree services. Currently we are able to by and see what options are available engrave the following materials: glassytopper or set on the mantel. Most of the for your group. This is great for coffeesupplies will be furnished. brass, black brass, pen sets, sabers, groups, FRGs, offices, etc. wood, plastic, glass, mirror, and Estimated cost: $8 to $20 as crafts vary. limestone. Stop by and take a look atCHRISTMAS BULB DECORATION $12Dec 2 or 15, 1:30-3:30pm our samples and see what we can do Learn some simple brush strokes in for you!decorating your Christmas bulbs. Somesupplies will be provided for you, but youwill need to purchase the bulbs you wish todecorate. Stop by and see a Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 23
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  • 24. Wrecker Service: Car trouble? Our Wrecker Service will tow you from anywhere on Post!7753 Apennines Dr. Impound fee: $12.50/day. Call for towing fees: 785-239-9764/4028785-239-9764/4028 Car Wash:Hours: 7756 Apennines Dr. Open 24 hours/ 7 days a week Git-R-Done for next to none at the Automotive Skills Center Car Wash.Wed-Fri, 11:30am-8:30pm The car wash has the following for your use: change machine,Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm vacuum cleaners, wax and drying area, and 8 bay car wash.Mon & Tue, Closed Body Shop: The Automotive Skills Center body shop is open for business providing technical skills and continuous education. Patrons must attend a body shopFacility Features: class or complete hands-on training before utilizing the body shop area.• Open bays with complete tool sets and roll-around benches Front End Alignment:• 15-suspension lift bays Wed-Fri, 12:30-6pm• A 12,000 lb lift bay that supports the vehicle by its tires Wheel alignment specifications: 1987-2009 Passenger Cars, Vans, and• Complete tool room Light Trucks• Paint booth (drive through capability)• State of the art engine rebuild and Air Conditioning Service: machine shop The Automotive Skills Center professional staff mechanics will service your AC at a• Inline fuel filter removal bay fraction of the cost compared to downtown dealer and repair shops.• Mitchell On-Demand reference library on DVD, both European and Mac Mentor: Domestic cars (84-07) with color Mac Mentor, a high tech system, with OBD11 Smart Cards, Scope Probe for coded diagrams, updated repair and European and Domestic Cars, Mercedes, Toyota, Volkswagen, BMW, Audi, Land Rover, trouble codes. Porsche, Jaguar, Saab and Volvo 1986-2005, and domestic cars 1984-2006.• Body Shop• Trained mechanics available for assistance and advice Mitchell On-Demand: Mitchell On-Demand Reference Library on DVD has manuals for both European and Domestic cars 1984-2007 with color-coded diagrams, repairsServices Provided: and trouble codes.• Overnight parking• Tire mounting, balancing, and repair• Engine computer monitor Auto Mechanics Skills Class:• Air conditioning service “Skills & Development Mandatory Basic Safety” Orientation and• Dry-hoaner “Lift It Right” Training• Front end alignment Every Thu evening at 6pm. - $10 per person• Brake drums and rotors turned Class will consist of a safety brief, proper utilization of tools and equipment such• Hydraulic press as: personal protective equipment (PPE), personal protective clothing (PPC) and lifts.• Welding services In order to earn a DA form 3031 qualification card (Required to use the Automotive Skills• Flywheel grinding Center’s service area) the individual will be asked to demonstrate how to operate the• McPherson strut replacement equipment and lifts in accordance with established procedures outlined in• Broken bolt removal this class. The DA form 3031 qualification card expires 2 years from the• Pack wheel bearings date it is issued. Individual’s must register one week prior to the class• Engine rebuilding services in order to attend by calling 785-239-9764.• Ball joint installation and removal• Fuel injector cleaning• Battery recharging• Valve Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 25
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  • 27. HOURS OF OPERATION BIRTHDAY PARTY PACKAGES Bowling Center: Let our staff help you take the stress out of your child’s Sun-Thu, 11am-9pm birthday party. Stop in and talk with us to make your child’s Fri & Sat, 11am-Midnight special day a great one. Closed on Dec 25 and Jan 1 Basic 10 Package: $9.50 per child Front Desk: 785-239-4366 Includes 2 hours bowling, shoes, personal 1-topping pizza, drink, Admin Office: 785-240-3591 plates, sporks, cups, placemats and balloon bouquet for the birthday person. Pricing: Adults: $2.75 per game Spare 10 Package: $10.75 per child Shoe Rental: $2.50 per person Includes 2 hours bowling, shoes, choice of personal 1-topping pizza, hotdog or hamburger with fries, drink, plates, sporks, cups, Lounge: placemats and balloon bouquet for the birthday person, and gift bag Wed-Sat, 5pm-Close for each child. Pro-Shop: Strike 10 Package: $13.75 per child Merchandise Orders: Includes 2 hours bowling, shoes, choice of personal 1-topping Mon-Fri, 1-4pm pizza, chicken fingers, hotdog, corn dog or hamburger with fries, Pin Ball Drilling & Repair: Sipper cup (filled), plates, sporks, cups, placemats and bowling pin Mon, Wed, & Fri, 2-4pm along with balloon bouquet for the birthday person, and gift bag for Ball Drilling (if purchased through Custer Hill Bowling) each child. $20 or $35 if bought somewhere else. Please Note: We do not guarantee any ball unless it is All packages include invitations and balloons, along with bought from us, including drilling. set-up and clean-up. Winter Special: Additional items such as candy-filled mini pins, bowling ball banks, 10% off all ball, bag and shoes orders and bowling pin sipper cups can be purchased to personalize your party even more. All you have to do is bring the kids and cake and let us BONANZA BINGO do the rest. Bonanza Bingo is back and get ready to win. You could win up to $1000.00 instantly. All cards cost We also offer packages for FRG, Unit and special groups. Stop in $1.00 each so play up. Numbers updated weekly. and see what we can do for you. Bingo Specials: - Buy 10 cards get a personal cheese pizza. - Buy 15 cards get a free sandwich. - Buy 20 cards get a free combo meal and drink.28 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 28. PROGRAMMING SPECIALS SPECIAL EVENTS: Weekday Programming: Bowling with Santa Lunchtime: Mon-Fri, 11-1pm Dec 23, 11am-9pm - $1.00 games/$1.00 shoes Santa will be on site from 1-5pm for pictures and handing - $7.00 Special: Includes 1 personal 1-topping pizza, 1 fountain soda out special treats. and 2 games of bowling with shoes. BOSS Free Bowling Afternoons: Mon-Fri, 1-5pm Dec 24-30 - $1.50 games/$1.00 shoes. BOSS Soldiers, we have a present for you. Free bowling with shoes anytime any day from Dec 24-30. See your BOSS After School Deal: Mon-Fri, 3:30-5pm reps for your cards. - $5.00 a person: Includes 2 games, shoes, and snack. New Years Eve Party Evening Programming: Dec 31, Doors open at 7pm Mon - Kids Bowl Free: 6pm-Close Includes Bowling, shoes, party favors, Sparkling juice for Kids get to bowl free all night with paying adult. 3 kids per 1 adult. midnight toast, Live DJ all night, Breakfast Buffet. Get your Shoes included. Adults pay $2.75 per game/$2.50 for shoes and tickets now. games must correspond with the same number of games bowled as the kids. Kids Lock-In Night Jan 19, until 1am - $7.50 per child. Tue - Nifty Fifty Night: 6pm-Close Must be at least 10 years old. Unlimited drinks and - $.50 games/$.50 shoes bowling till 1am. Parents must sign in and sign out when - Hotdogs, popcorn and small soda are only $.50 each picked up. Contact information MUST accompany child. No one else will be permitted to pick them up. Wed - Red Pin Night: 6pm-Close -$2.00 games/$2.00 shoes: Get a strike with the head red pin and Valentine’s Day Bowl win a coupon for a free game of bowling. Feb 14, 6-9pm - $20 per couple 2 hours of bowling with shoes, 2 small cheese pizza’s and Fri - Ghost Bowling: 6pm-Close 2 fountain drinks. Each couple will also receive a gift from -$9.00/person: Includes shoes & bowling with ghost pins. Custer Hill Bowling. Couples with children get $.50 games -$1.00 fish sandwiches all day and night long. and shoes for the kids during the 2 hours. Weekend Programming: School Closures Special Sat - Afternoon: 11am-6pm 11am-5pm - $1.50 games/$1.00 shoes Bring the kids in on days when school is scheduled off during the weekdays and enjoy filling that time with $.50 Sat - Night Extreme: 6pm-Midnight games and shoes for the kids. - $10.00/person ($6.00 for kids under 12): Includes shoes & bowling. - Enjoy $10.00 1-topping pizzas and $3.50 pitchers of soda all night. 8 For 8 Kids Beginner Program Starts Jan 5 - $8 per week for 8 weeks. Sun - Family Fun Day: All Day Kids get instructional coaching, 1 year USBC Youth - $35.00/lane: Includes 2 hours of bowling, 1 large 2-topping pizza, 2 membership and will also receive their choice of their own pitchers of soda and shoes for up to 6 people. ball with Drilling. 8 Week program will require a financial disclosure guaranteeing participation of the 8 weeks. At the end of the 8 weeks, we will hold a Pizza Party for the kids to celebrate their accomplishment. TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE: Report and Rewards Dec 15 9 Pin No Tap Bring your report card in and for every “A” you have, get a Jan 12 Blind Draw Doubles free game of bowling with shoes as a reward for excellence. Feb 16 Adult 40 Frame Tournament $20.00 per person All tournaments start at approximately noon. Pre-register or MONTHLY FOOD SPECIALS: register the day of. Payout places depend on number of entries. December All money goes back to prize fund after lineage. Mozzarella Sticks & Large Cherry Dessert Pizza January Chicken Caesar Salad & Pizza/Breadsticks Combo February Blues Burger & Large Pizza/10 Wings Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 29
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  • 31. DESTINATION PACKAGINGWALT DISNEY WORLD & DISNEYLAND RESORT Now through Sep 28, 2013 active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active and retired members of the United States CoastGuard, National Guard and Reservists) or their spouses can purchase Park Hopper Passes at a discounted rate. Let us assist you in puttingtogether a package to include accommodations and other discounted attraction tickets in the area.Walt Disney World Resort Disneyland Resort4-Day Park Hopper $156 3-Day Park Hopper for $129Upgrade to include Water Parks $184 No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuantto the offer. All tickets and options are non-transferable and must be used by Sep 28, 2013 (certain block out dates apply). Active and retiredU.S. military personnel can also save up to 40% on rooms at select Disney Hotels! Let the Leisure Travel Center assist you in yourtravel plans.CRUISES & ALL-INCLUSIVE RESORTS You get more for your money on a cruise or all-inclusive vacation because one price covers virtually everything. Stop byand pick up brochures and let us assist you in planning your next vacation at discounted prices.UNIVERSAL ORLANDO An entire Universe of Action, Thrills, and Excitement! Enjoy a day in the Wizardly World of Harry Potter located in Universal’s Islandsof Adventure Theme Park or jump into the action with your favorite movie at Universal Studios: Florida. A real working film and TV studiowhere an amazing array of rides, shows and attractions make you the star. Military discount attraction tickets available and let us help youbook a hotel at a discounted price.SANDALS Imagine having everything you can dream of on your Caribbean vacation.You can actually slow down and enjoy the warmthand charm of the islands, while indulging in a level of luxury and service found only at the world’s most extraordinary resorts.Military discounts available through Leisure Travel Center.ANHEUSER-BUSCH ADVENTURE PARKS Sea World Parks & Entertainment is opening its doors to the Armed Forces and their Families through December 31, 2013 byoffering a single day complimentary admission. For program eligibility and to register online, visit additional savings for friends and Family be sure to contact the Leisure Travel Center.ARMED FORCES VACATION CLUB (AFVC) AFVC is a “Space Available” program that offers condominium vacations at resorts around the world for only $369 per unit perweek. If you enjoy off-season activities in popular locations without the hassle of high-season prices and crowds, along with theability to travel on 10 days notice or less, the AFVC can offer you an incredible vacation value. When making reservations be sure toselect Fort Riley Installation #94 so that booking credit will be provided to the Fort Riley MWR program.32 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 32. Ticketed Events COLORADO SKI PACKAGES OTHER SERVICESSESAME STREET LIVE Military discounts available for Colorado Lift SANTA SUIT RENTAL“CAN’T STOP SINGING” Tickets. Call or come by Leisure Travel Center Stop by and rent a Santa outfit forJan 17-19 – Sprint Center, Kansas City and let us put together a ski package for you holiday party.Discounted tickets from: $10 to $21 and your Family!Deadline to order: Jan 9 RILEY RIDEAges 1 & up must have a ticket. WINTER PARK RESORT Save yourself some trouble and find a When Elmo gets his furry fingers on Abby Looking for the perfect Colorado Mountain safe ride home by purchasing a ticket forCadabby’s magic wand, there’s something experience? Look no further than Winter Park, the Riley Ride. Choose from a $5in the air-and Sesame Street becomes a a haven for skiers and snowboarders hungry one-way pass or $10 round trip pass andnonstop, all-singing, all-dancing musical for great terrain and the deepest powder of any use it to go from Fort Riley to Aggievillemontage! Come and play at the Play Zone at major resort. When it comes to snowfall, (or back) on a Friday or Saturday nightSesame Street Live before the show – a fun nobody gets more than Winter Park! from designated pick-up/drop-offnew way for children to experience their Lodging and lift ticket packages are more locations. Stop by LTC and pick up afavorite street! Play Zone opens one hour affordable than ever. Even if you aren’t a snow schedule or call for more information.before the show and is FREE with your sport enthusiast, you can take a winter scenicSesame Street Live ticket! chairlift ride as a “foot passenger” to the Lodge FAX SERVICES at Sunspot or enjoy sightseeing from an Fax Services available through theDISNEY ON ICE enclosed (and heated) 13-passenger Sno-Cat. Leisure Travel Center. Cost is $2 first“ROCKIN’ EVER AFTER” page and $1 per additional page.Mar 28-31 – Sprint Center, Kansas City COPPER MOUNTAINDiscounted tickets from: $12-$19 On the slopes: Copper’s terrain is naturally VACATION PLANNINGDeadline to order: Mar 12 divided for all abilities and includes fantastic More choices and greater discountsChildren 2 & up must have a ticket. bowl skiing. Off the slopes: Three base villages for a variety of attractions and shows for Get ready to rock out with some of the welcome guests to enjoy the Copper Central Florida, Tennessee, Branson,most magical idols of all in a musical showcase experience with accommodations, restaurants, Missouri, Las Vegas, California, Illinois,that features the hottest tunes and talent bars, shops and a kids-only lodge. Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,from across the kingdom in Disney On Ice! Louisiana, the Carolinas, and Virginia ROCKY MOUNTAIN BLUE areas. The Military Travel Voucher allows The popular Air Force Services partnership you to select your destination and makeArea attractions with Keystone Resort in Colorado offers reservations for hotel accommodations military discounts for lodging and recreational and attraction tickets at militaryROLLING HILLS WILDLIFE activities. There are over 1,400 lodging choices discounts through the LeisureSalina - KS to choose from for ski groups of all sizes. Each Travel Center. Over 80 unique and rare animal species guest receives an Adventure Passport atawait in their beautifully landscaped check-in, packed full of free activities to giveZoological Park. Make sure your adventure you a chance to try things you might not haveincludes the world-class Wildlife Museum. thought of. Free shuttle buses take youYou will become completely immersed in anywhere in the resort so you can easilythe wildlife experience with animals from experience all the events. Give us a call so thataround the world, a 360 degree domed we can make your, interactive Children ExplorationCenter and traveling exhibit displays. SKI SNOW CREEK Don’t have time to make a trip to theGREAT WOLF LODGE Rockies for skiing or snowboarding? You andKansas City - KS your friends and Family can take a short trip to It’s a howlin’ good time for the whole historical Weston, Missouri, located 15 minutesFamily, featuring 5 huge waterslides, 3 kiddie from the Kansas City International Airport.slides, 2 pools, a giant waterfront and more. Snow Creek has 100% snowmaking capabilitiesContinue your adventure at Northern Lights and some amazing slopes. Don’t ski? TryArcade, with over 100 games and ticket Tornado Alley for snow tubing. We sellredemption. Great Wolf Lodge has something discounted lift tickets for the entire season.for every member of your pack! Military Let us put together a weekend package for you.discounts are available through the LeisureTravel Center for several other hotels in theKC Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 33
  • 33. DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY-------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------DREAM A LITTLE DREAM OF CHRISTMAS CHARLOTTE’S WEB THE MIRACLE WORKERDec 7, 7:30pm Jan 27, 3pm Feb 15, 7:30pmCL Hoover Opera House, Junction City CL Hoover Opera House, Junction City CL Hoover Opera House, Junction City The Little Theater and the Opera House Theatreworks USA performs E.B. White’s Steve Hornbaker brings to the stageteam up to produce a community Christmas loving story of the friendship between a pig William Gibson’s biographical tale of Helenspectacular. This is one show you won’t want named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Keller and Anne miss! Charlotte. www.jcoperahouse.orgOPERATION YELLOW RIBBON “A CHORUS LINE” MUSICAL K-STATE COLLEGIATE RODEODec 8-9 Jan 29 Feb 22-24Manhattan Town Center McCain Auditorium on K-State campus Weber Arena on K-State campus Present a valid military I.D. at the Service A musical for everyone who’s ever had a See top collegiate rodeo teams from 24Center to receive a yellow wristband and dream and put it all on the line. Winner of 9 colleges (Kansas-Oklahoma-Missouri) competepartake in special discounts at participating Tony Awards, this show will not disappoint. in bull riding, bareback bronc riding, andmall merchants. more. www.k-staterodeo.com34 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 34. CHRISTKINDL MARKET Dec 1, 10am-4pm Riley’s Conference Center Enjoy a German Holiday Tradition with Family and friends at Fort Riley’s 4th annual Christkindl Market! More than Story Time 50 local and regional vendors will showcase their handmade Saturdays, 1:30-2pm (excluding Dec 15, Jan 19, & Feb 9) and homemade items and gifts perfect for the holidays.You Story Time is a free service of the Fort Riley Post Library. will certainly find something for that special person on your It is an opportunity for parents to introduce their children to list. In true holiday spirit this special event will also include reading in a fun way. Children will have an opportunity to do mule wagon rides, performances by two local children’s activities that promote development and learning. choirs, German food, Gluhwein, a snow tent and an Snacks and drinks will be provided. once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to come face-to-face with one of Santa’s cherished reindeer. Thanks to our generous Movie Nights sponsors, each child will receive a free picture with Santa, Dec 8, Polar Express printed on site. For more information, call 785-239-8990. Jan 26, Madagascar 3 Feb 23, Lady and the Tramp HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY Movie Night begins at 6:30pm Dec 6, 5:30pm Grab your Family, friends, and neighbors and join Fort Riley Garrison Headquarters (Bldg 500) Post Library for Movie Night! Every month, we’ll set up our Share the holiday spirit with your friends and neighbors huge screen in the Library and show a Family-friendly movie. at the annual Holiday Tree Lighting on beautiful and historic So bring kids and pals and enjoy an evening of fun! Popcorn Main Post Fort Riley. Enjoy caroling and special music and drinks will be provided. provided by the 1st Inf Div Band, as well as sample hot cocoa and cookies, compliments of AAFES and the Fort Upcoming Parties Riley Commissary. The Senior Commander will address the HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS! crowd and the Family of the Year will “throw the switch” to Dec 15, 1-3pm light up the night. Kids of all ages will want to keep an eye Santa’s visiting the kids of Fort Riley early this year! Stop by out for an appearance from Old Saint Nick. and get your picture taken with Santa and receive an early present.Yummy treats and hot cocoa will be provided. LOL COMEDY SHOW Dec 15, Doors open at 7pm; Show starts at 8pm PATRON APPRECIATION DAY! Rally Point Jan 19, 1-3pm LOL Comedy Tour is coming to Fort Riley! MWR will We want to say ‘Thank You’ for making us part of your daily host Jody Fuller, the GIs of Comedy and the famous Josh life! At Patron Appreciation Day, we will have fun, delicious Blue. That‘s right, Josh Blue the winner of NBCs Last Comic refreshments and raffling off amazing prizes. Standing will head-line the show! Food and beverages will be available for purchase and no children are allowed (18 LOVE IS IN THE AIR! and above to enter). Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the Feb 9, 1-3pm door. Tickets are available at the Leisure Travel Center and Come join us for our annual Valentine Party for all ages. We Rally Point Bingo. For more information, will making valentines and there will be plenty of tasty treats call 785-239-2807. for everyone. All Library programs and events are free of Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 35
  • 35. FITNESS CLASSES OTHER SERVICES FITNESS CLASS PASSES PERSONAL TRAINING Passes can be purchased at KFH in the 60 min individual session $20 fitness office for $2 per class. Cash will not 60 min tandem 2-people session $30 be accepted at class time. Classes and Contact information for personal trainers schedules are subject to change. Find our can be found at under schedule online at or the sports, fitness and aquatics link. stop by KFH for a copy of the calendar. FITNESS ASSESSMENTS SPINNING Offered monthly or by appointment. A group cycling class that puts you in Fitness goals cannot be set until your control of your intensity level. The current fitness level is assessed. low-impact ride builds cardio & strength Assessments include tests on resting heart SPORTS & FITNESS and burns hundreds of calories. If possible, rate, blood pressure, body composition, KING FIELD HOUSE (KFH) bring a sweat towel, water, and a heart cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and 202 Custer Ave. | 785-239-3868 rate monitor. muscular strength & endurance. Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 8am-8pm TOTAL BODY X BODY COMPOSITIONS Training Holidays, 5am-9pm 60-minute workout challenges all your Offered monthly or by appointment. major muscle groups.Your choice of weight Includes girth measurements, KING’S KORNER SMOOTHIE BAR inspires you to get the results you came in skinfold tests, and bioelectrical 202 Custer Ave. | 785-240-1086 for and fast! impedance weighing. Mon-Thu, 7am-2pm & 5-8pm Fri, 7am-2pm ZUMBA FIT 4 LIFE Sat, 9am-1pm A fusion of Latin and international music Get up, get out and get fit! Operation that creates a dynamic, exciting, and Fit 4 Life is a fitness based program LEONARD FITNESS CENTER effective fitness workout. designed to help you lose weight, get fit, 7632 McGlachlin St. | 785-239-5771 relieve stress, have fun and win prizes! Mon-Fri, 5am-8pm TRX This program runs year round so register Sat, Sun, & Hol, 10am-5pm Suspension training is a type of body at any time. weight exercise in which a variety of CRAIG FITNESS CENTER compound exercise movements can be INDOOR CLIMBING 7024 Apennines Dr. | 785-239-5562 performed. These are done with the aim of Craig Fitness Center’s rock wall has Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm developing balance, flexibility, strength and terrain for first-timers just learning to Sat, Sun, & Hol, 1-8pm joint stability simultaneously. Excellent for belay and seasoned climbers seeking a any fitness level. challenge. Three hour belay and ropes LONG FITNESS CENTER course required for all climbers. Contact 8069 Normandy Dr. | 785-239-4683 ROWBICS Rowbics combines the best of rowing & our fitness department for scheduling. Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 8am-4pm fitness standards so you can get your cardio workout as well as hit the weights all in one For questions or additional fitness workout. Great for any fitness level but be information, call 785-239-3146. ROBINSON FITNESS CENTER 7832 Hale St. | 785-239-4480 ready for a challenge. Mon-Fri, 5am-8pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, Noon-7pm INTERVAL BOOT CAMP Combines 3.5 minutes of cardio drills with 1.5 minutes of strength/conditioning exercises. Modifications provided for all fitness levels. NOTE: For Youth Sports turn to page 10.36 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  • 36. INTRAMURAL SPORTS SWIMMING POOLS POOL EVENTS & & FITNESS EVENTS EYSTER POOL INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES COMMUNITY LIFE 6940 Warren Rd. | 785-239-4854 2ND ANNUAL SCUBA SANTA FUTSAL LEAGUE Open Swim Dec 8, Free Season runs Jan 9 thru Feb 20 Mon-Fri, 4-8pm Scuba Santa is back! Come and take a Registration ends Jan 4 Sat-Sun, 1-6pm picture with Santa under the water here at Lap Swim Eyster Pool. Pictures will be sent to you RACQUETBALL TOURNAMENT Mon,Wed, & Fri, 6:30-9am via e-mail for that unique Family Christmas Tournament starts Jan 26 at 10am Mon-Fri, 11am-1pm card! Costumes are welcome.You can also Registration ends Jan 24 Christmas Break Open Swim Hours try out some of the scuba equipment too. Dec 22-Jan 6, 1-6pm Scuba instructors will be on site. Holiday DODGE BALL TOURNAMENT cookies and hot chocolate will be served. Tournament starts Feb 9 at 10am Eyster Pool will be closed for Registration ends Feb 7 renovations Feb 2-Mar 15 FLICK-N-FLOATS Jan 12 & Feb 9, Doors Open at 7pm FUTSAL TOURNAMENT LONG TRAINING POOL $10 per Family or $5 per person Tournament starts Feb 23 at 10am 8069 Normandy Dr. | 785-239-4684 Eyster Pool Registration ends Feb 21 Unit Lifeguard Training Hot dogs or pizza, chips, juice and cookies All physical training, combat water will be served throughout the movie. If you COMMUNITY LIFE survival training, & unit training will be and your Family would like to bring your FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE conducted at Long Pool. Units are own food, you are more than welcome to. Season runs Mar 6 thru Apr 24 responsible for providing minimum 2 unit Call 239-9441 for additional information. Registration ends Feb 28 certified lifeguards (current certifications: Lifeguard Training for the Professional Rescuer AMERICAN RED CROSS All Tournaments and Fun Runs are open and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer). GROUP SWIM LESSON to Active Duty & All DOD Cardholders. Memorandum of request must include Registration begins 2 weeks prior to the date, time, number of Soldiers, type of first day of class at Eyster Pool, between the For questions or more training being conducted, POC for memo hours of 9am-5pm. Registration fee is $30 intramural information, per participant. Level 1-4 meet Mon-Thu; call 785-239-2813. and onsite OIC/NCOIC responsible for training, commander’s signature. Please PACA meets on Mon-Wed-Fri only. call for available dates and times for Session 1: Jan 7-10/14-17 BATTLE OF BUTTERBALL BULGE 4-4:30pm PACA Dec 1, 9am-Noon - FREE Lifeguard Training courses conducted by DFMWR Aquatics Department. 5-5:45pm Level I It’s a Fitness marathon! 6-6:45pm Level II A combination of Zumba, Spinning, Cost is $200 per Soldier. Call 239-9441 for additional information. 7-7:45pm Level III TRX, Boot Camp, Ab Force and Total Session 2: Feb 4-7/11-14 Body X classes. 4-4:45pm Level III PRIVATE POOL PARTIES Book your Fall birthday, FRG, or any 5-5:45pm Level II COUPLES ZUMBA 6-6:30pm PACA Feb 16 kind of party with Fort Riley Aquatics. Eyster Pool available hours: 7-7:45pm Level I $2 per person or $4 per couple Girls, let us show them how ya shake Sat or Sun, 11am-1pm or 6-8pm. Pool Party Room available hours: SKIES SWIM LESSONS it! Bring your significant others (or Session 1: Jan 28-Feb 1 whoever you want to shake it with) Sat or Sun, 1-6pm Beginning rates: 4-4:30pm PACA to Zumba. 5-5:45pm Level I $75 for the 2 hours up to 25 guests. Additional group of 25 guests, $25 6-6:45pm Level II For additional fitness 7-7:45pm Level III information, call 785-239-3146. Loopy Dragon (inflatable structure) $25 Wibbit (inflatable play structure) $25 Session 2: Feb 25-Mar 1 Party Room for 2 hours $25 4-4:45pm Level III Call Hedy Noveroske for dates, times 5-5:45pm Level II and quotes at 785-239-9441. 6-6:30pm PACA 7-7:45pm Level I PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Call 239-4854 to schedule your private or semi-private (up to 3 students) swim lessons with one of our American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors! Private Lessons $70 per person Semi-Private Lessons $35 per person Includes: 5 classes, 45 minutes in Winter Guide 2012-2013 ∙ 37
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