Roundups for April 15 Month of the Military Child spring fest Come out and explore Dr. Suess’s World, participate in the Dr. Suess’s Magical Adventures and take advantage of a free puppet show, arts, crafts and prizes April 24 from 14 p.m. at the Rheinlander Club. The event is for children ages two to 12. For more information contact CYSS outreach Services at mil 4857393. BCSC 2010 May Day Bazaar Eat and shop your way through Europe in one weekend without leaving the base. Come to the Baumholder Spring Bazaar, May 2831 at the Hall of Champions May 28, 11a.m. – 8 p.m.; May 29, 10a.m. – 8 p.m.; May 30, 10a.m. – 6 p.m.; and May 31, 10a.m. – 6 p.m. Check out International Vendors offering wine, oriental rugs, antiques, furniture, cheeses, chocolate and more. Proceeds benefit the Baumholder community, so don't miss it. Spring Arts Festival Create and submit your original artwork now for display and judging at the Spring Arts Festival May 1721. Choose from a variety of mediums for adults and youth such as acrylic, watercolor or oil paint, pencil drawing, photography, threedimensional media such as sculpture, fabric, paper art, woodworking and jewelry. There is also a new cake decorating category. Come by the Creative Arts Center for your entry form. Submissions are being accepted through April 30 (cake submissions will be accepted until May 14). All artwork will be displayed at the Rheinlander. The awards ceremony is May 21 at the Rheinlander. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. The center is open Mondays through Fridays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Saturdays noon 5 p.m. For details call mil 4856687 or civ (06783) 66687. Two for Tuesday at Striker’s Bowling Center Get some red, white and brew every Tuesday with American beer specials from 57 p.m. at Striker’s Bowling Center (with free popcorn and pretzels during the promotion). The bowling center supports the Designated Driver Program. Visit Striker’s Bowling Center in Building 8105 on Smith Barracks under the Hall of Champions or call mil 4856569 or civ (06783) 66569. Caribic Ladies Night every Thursday at Strikers Enjoy specials on Pina Coladas and Bay Breezes at Striker’s Bowling Center (with free popcorn and potato chips) every Thursday from 57 p.m. during Caribic Ladies Night. The bowling center supports the Designated Driver Program. Visit Striker’s Bowling Center in Building 8105 on Smith Barracks under the Hall of Champions or call mil 4856569 or civ (06783) 66569. Salsa night every Friday Dance around the party sombrero every Friday from 57 p.m. and take advantage of margaritas and Corona specials. Try the free chips and salsa while listening to Latino and salsa music all night. The bowling center supports the Designated Driver Program. Visit Striker’s Bowling Center in Building 8105 on Smith Barracks under the Hall of Champions or call mil 4856569 or civ (06783) 66569. Funky 70s Saturday at Strikers Come out to Striker’s Bowling Center every Saturday from 57 p.m. dressed in your best 70s attire (bell bottoms and fake fros) and get your groove on. Enjoy disco music all night and drink specials such as Purple People Eaters and Vodka and Redbull while enjoying free cheesy puffs for snacks. The bowling center supports the Designated Driver Program. Visit Striker’s Bowling Center in Building 8105 on Smith Barracks under the Hall of Champions or call mil 4856569 or civ (06783) 66569. Low Score tournament Striker’s Bowling Center holds a low score tournament May 15 beginning at 2 p.m. the cost is $20 per person and all players must be 18 years and older. $5 goes toward the prize fund. Unlike trying to get the highest score, the object here is to get the lowest score. Gutter balls count as strikes and spares. The
bowling center supports the Designated Driver Program. Visit Striker’s Bowling Center in Building 8105 on Smith Barracks under the Hall of Champions or call mil 4856569 or civ (06783) 66569. Siggi’s signature cuisine coming to the Java Café Are you just too busy for lunch? Grab a specialty coffee or drink at the Java Café and one of Siggi Zimmer’s specialty sandwiches or wraps while you are there. Siggi currently offers a selection of grilled chicken, ham and turkey at the Jave Café counter, wrapped and ready to takeout. Keep an eye on the display counter at the Java Café since Siggi will be offering specialty cakes such as Black Forest cake and cheesecake in the near future at the Java Café. Auto Parts Yard goes to summer hours The Auto Parts Yard has adjusted its hours of operation to open Tuesdays through Fridays from noon to 8 p.m. The facility is open on Saturdays and training holidays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. They are closed on U.S. holidays. For more information, come by the Auto Skills Center in Building 8438 or call at mil 4856344 or civ (06783) 66344. Auto Skills Center offers spring maintenance basics Bring your car into the Auto Skills Center on Wednesdays from 25 p.m. to become familiar with maintenance, service procedures and intervals, as well as how to jump start or change a flat tire. Call for appointments of groups of four or more so that the Auto Skills Center may tailor the class to your group. For more information, come by the Auto Skills Center in Building 8438 or call at mil 4856344 or civ(06783) 66344. Outdoor Recreation spring, summer trips Legoland Park: April 25; May 9, 23; June 13, 27; July 11, 25 Euro DisneyParis: April 17, May 15, June 5, July 3, 31 Warner Bros Movie: April 24, May 29, June 19, July 17 Scuba Diving trip to Malta, April 1519 Memorial Weekend scuba diving trip to Croatia, May 2731 Scuba certification is offered every weekend from April through September. Sports Fitness classes Classes are free unless marked with ($) All classes are held at Mountaineer unless marked (AQ) Belly Dance Basics with Aisha: Shimmy shake your way into shape while learning about the various types of belly dance with a focus on American Tribal style. This class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. (Children are welcomed with proper parental supervision.) Cardio Kick ($): Learn basic kickboxing as you kick and punch your way to your best body with this cardio workout. Total Body Workout ($): Don’t spend three hours in the gym struggling to get it all in. Try the morning class that whips you into shape from head to toe with cardio, circuit and body sculpting. Pure Step($): this is a calorie burner for beginners to advanced exercisers. Step class uses elevated platforms and choreographed movements set to upbeat, high energy music . Fabulous Abs($): This is 30 minutes of abdominal strengthening exercises to tighten and tone your core. Yoga: Full body strength and flexibility training fit conveniently into your lunch hour. Each class will challenge and relax you. Egyptian Belly Dance: Unleash your inner goddess. It’s time to stop dreading your workout and start loving it. This class is not for children Body Sculpting and Spinning: This class includes the classic tried and true workouts that you already know and love. Aikido($): Sensei Moore holds a black belt and is offering classes to adults and children. Adults register at
Mountaineer Fitness Center and children register at Army Community Service. Learn the Japanese martial art of selfdefense in a nonintimidating environment. Classes are $50 per month. Tae Kwon Do($)(AQ): this course is taught by Master Park Kwan Nam, a 7th degree Black Belt with more than 50 years experience. Classes are $50 per month.
Published on Apr 16, 2010