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USAG Garmisch Family and MWR Newsletter MAY 2012

USAG Garmisch Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Inside this issue:

The Garmisch demands R-E-S-P-E-C-T and is working together to end sexual violence and provide support to anyone in need. Featured Information 2-3

Community Library

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Outdoor Recreation

5-8

Arts and Crafts

9-10

Army Community Services

11-13

Mueller Fitness Center

14-17

Child Youth School Services

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Community Information

20-21

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) launched a “Teal Ribbon Campaign” to help raise awareness. The Garmisch community found itself covered in teal during the month of April, from signs and posters plastered on community kiosks to tiny teal ribbons stuck to staff members’ lapels and name tags. Teal ribbons represent the fight against sexual assault and were posted all over the community with the local sexual assault crisis hotline number. But that’s not all – in an effort to get the attention of community members and visitors FAP organized its first community “flashmob.” During the 1st week of April, several community members came together in two locations to dance to the inspirational song, Aretha Franklin’s R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Attracting the attention and participation of community members with a positive message against sexual violence. “The flashmob was a real community effort,” says Aimee EdwardsHunter, FAP Manager. “Garmisch is a small community, and there were several people from all different organizations, from Active Duty to Family members to Civilian employees who got involved at all different levels. Each person brought their own strengths to the efforts – this level of involvement in such a small community sends a really strong message about the commitment to end sexual violence.” Throughout the month of April, ACS also staged Silent Victim Silhouettes throughout the community. These five “silent witnesses” traveled from week to week to various locations around the community. The purpose of these stories is to share the powerful message that, while sexual assault continues to be a pervasive problem within all military communities, there is hope for change. FAP is attacking the problem with a two pronged-approach of prevention and support. Reducing the risk of sexual assault by helping community members identify and intervene in potentially escalating sexually aggressive behaviors to include sexual harassment, and by publicizing community resources for victims such as 24-hour crisis hotline availability, victim advocacy, crisis intervention, hospital accompaniment, and additional supports. “Garmisch is mostly known for its beautiful mountains, skiing, and other outdoor recreational facilities,” says Edwards-Hunter. “We get a lot of visitors to the area from other installations and communities on R & R, family retreats, or even just for a long weekend. But the same risks exist even on vacation – in fact, sometimes people may be more at risk while on leave because they are not as familiar with their surroundings or local resources, and may not have their usual support systems surrounding them. In Garmisch, we want ALL of our guests, visitors, and residents to be able to enjoy their time here in safety.” It is clear that the community pulled together to share a powerful message!


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Community Library Military Spouse Appreciation Day, Friday, May 11 Sponsored by the Service Credit Union, the library will be celebrating Military Spouse Appreciation Day on Friday, 11 May. Join us in paying special tribute to the S military spouses in our community. Drop by any time from 12:30–5:30 p.m. for NT E M refreshments and peruse our special display featuring items of particular interest ESH R F to military families. All active duty and reserve spouses of all services are eligible RE to enter the drawing to win one of several great prizes; vouchers for dinner for two at a local restaurant, vouchers for local coffee houses and local massages. If you ! E can’t make it to the library on Friday, all qualified spouses can still enter the FFL A R drawing anytime during the week.

May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month Check out our special display this month for Asian Pacific Heritage Month. Whether you want a great recipe to cook up something special for a celebration or you want to learn something new about an Asian culture, religion or historical character, we have something for everyone. If you’re traveling to Asia or the Pacific region sometime soon, don’t forget to stop by the library for our latest travel books to help make your trip even more simple and educational.

Travel, travel, travel @ the library Spring is in the air and it’s time to plan your summer travel. Make the library the first stop on your trip. Our newest travel books have started to arrive and we have something for everyone’s travel preference. Whether travelling to a destination near or far, by plane, train, automobile, bicycle or on foot, the library can help you plan and enjoy a great vacation. We also have books on cruising, rail travel, hostels and much more.

Preschool Storytime

Thursday, 4 May 10:30 a.m. “Welcome to Outer Space” 

Free Wi-Fi

Printing

Copy Machine

Public computers /CAC

Language learning resources

New Release AAFES movies on VHS

Ongoing Services W!

Hours of Operation NE Monday–Friday 12:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Sunday 2 p.m.– 6 p.m.

http://www.library.eur.army.mil/

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Tastes of Europe Bachus Urbanus, Bolzano, Italy Saturday, May 19 Cost: $95 A panoramic drive and historic tour of Bolzano followed by wine tasting in the local vineyards. Spend the afternoon touring this beautiful city and enjoy free time for shopping! Bring comfortable walking shoes and don't forget your cameras. Lunch is not included, bring Euros for lunch, snacks, and shopping.

Holiday Weekends - Top Chef Garda Friday, May 25—Monday, May 28 Cost: $450 Enjoy two full days of cooking classes and three nights on the shores of Lake Garda in the lovely town of Torri del Benaco. Breakfasts are included. For dinner we enjoy the meals we prepared in class with wine and coffee for everyone. There will be time on Saturday to explore the area a bit as well.

Celebrating Wine! Saturday, June 16 Cost: $180 On the special evening in northern Italy the wine cellars along the Sud Tyrol Wine Road open their doors for visitors. In order to fully enjoy all the wines, a shuttle bus will bring you from one cellar to the next! Our hotel is located in a quiet and beautiful position near the historic city centre, just a 15 minute walk to the old town which is easily reached via the promenade along the river Talvera. Surround yourself in vineyards and come celebrate wine with us! Trip includes, transportation, lodging with breakfast and shuttle bus service. Please bring your passports, cameras, and Euros for additional wine tastings, dinner, snacks and souvenirs.

An Italian Extravaganza August 29—September 2 This is a once in a lifetime trip: five days of gourmet meals, fantastic architecture, and some of the most popular operas. The trip leaves Garmisch and begins in earnest in Verona with a gourmet meal and an evening under the stars watching a performance of Puccini’s “Tosca”. Highlights of your trip include visits to; 

Mantua - one of the main artistic, cultural, and musical hubs of Northern Italy.

An overnight in the walled town of Urbino: a UNESCO World Heritage site.

A second evening at the Arena di Verona, the city's Roman amphitheater for a performance of Verdi’s “Aida”.

Lunch along the banks of the Mincio River in the Lombardy region.

Hours of Operation Monday–Friday 12 p.m.—6 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, and U.S. Holidays

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Leisure Trips and Tours Partenkirchen Walking Tour Wednesday, May 30, 1 p.m. Artillery Kaserne Gate Cost: Tour $7; Bus €1.50 We do an introductory walk through historic Partenkirchen, the older of the two twin towns and the one that many Americans rarely venture to! It will include some history as well as a nod to the places where one can get the best hot chocolate and the best pizza. We will also point out the Irish Pub and a few of the more popular restaurants. Historic highlights include the “Plague Chapel” put up during the Thirty Years’ War, some great frescoes, the State School for Woodworking, the Partenkirchen Kurpark, and some wonderful stories about Ludwig the Bavarian, Henry the Lion, and St. Mark. Come and check it out. After lunch on May 30, we will meet at the city bus just outside the Artillery Kaserne Gate and take the bus that arrives there at 1:10 p.m. We ride the bus to the first stop past the train station; continue walking in the same direction until you get to the traffic light (Rathausplatz, corner of Hauptstrasse and Ludwigstrasse).

Biking to the Music Tour Sunday, June 17, 7:30 p.m. The Staatskapelle Weimar Symphony Orchestra visits Garmisch-Partenkirchen as part of the “Richard Strauss Music Festival”. This year’s theme is “Strauss and Nature” and “naturally” the piece of music that first comes to mind is his Alpine Symphony which the orchestra will perform at 7:30 p.m. in the Olympic Ice Stadium. Richard Strauss wrote the music for this work in his chosen home of Garmisch while looking out the window at the mountains, the weather, and the alpine scenery that are all around us here. We are going to prepare ourselves for this overwhelming symphonic work by bicycling to some of the very areas that most inspired Strauss. To be absolutely authentic to the grandeur of the music, the bike ride must also be challenging! We are going to bike about 70 kilometers–completely around the Zugspitze into Austria and back to Garmisch through Mittenwald. Exhausting, exhilarating, extraordinary in every sense of the word, we will experience the very kinds of ecstasy that the symphony sings of. Bike all day and hear the music in the evening! This is a once-in-alifetime experience!

Ballets, Concerts, and Operas in Munich Cost: $12 for transportation only One of the best things about living in the countryside around Garmisch-Partenkirchen is that our beautiful village is located so close to Munich, the Bavarian capital city with all the cultural opportunities that anyone could ask for. If you are interested in acquiring season tickets for any of these events, please contact us at DSN 440-3370 or Civ. 08821-750-3370. Tuesday, May 8 - Zoltán Kodály's " Hary Janos Suite", Dmitri Shostakovich's "Concerto for Cello and Orchestra No. 1 in E flat major, and Béla Bartók's "Concerto for Orchestra". The Pete Burke Community Center provides transportation to and from the venue for the concert. For those that just want a night in Munich seeing the many sights, take in a movie, or just enjoy a meal in one of the many fine eating establishments. Hours of Operation Monday–Friday 12 p.m.—6 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, and U.S. Holidays

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Leisure Trips and Tours Venice & Verona Weekend Friday, May 4 - Sunday, May 6 Cost $290, $45 per night for a single room We leave Garmisch at 4:15 p.m. and stay two nights in a Vicenza area hotel. We get up early the next morning for breakfast (6:30 a.m.) and the bus ride to Venice (6:50 a.m.) for an all day tour. Naturally, there are wonderful things to see - great art and architecture, pigeons in St. Mark’s Square, gondolas etc. and good places to eat! Return to Vicenza and then, on Sunday, it is on to Verona for a tour of the Romeo and Juliet city with the great Roman Arena and a wonderful restaurant. We take about three hours to gorge ourselves before arriving in Garmisch about 9 p.m. Plan to bring about 120-140 € to cover museum entrances, food, public transportation, and some souvenirs. Do not forget your passport!

Prague: Weekend with Bohemian Beers Friday, May 25–Monday, May 28, Departs at 4:15 p.m. Cost: $370, $45 per night for a single room Let’s go to the place everyone wants to see in the “new Europe.” Prague is often on the top of everyone’s list of places to visit in the old world. We leave at 4:15 p.m. on Friday and should arrive at our hotel shortly after 10 p.m. There will be a Friday night orientation tour of Prague, including how to get back to the hotel if your experience of the city is going to include any of the very late night spots! Saturday starts with a daytime tour that includes a few more touristic sights. We will arrange tickets for those who want to see an opera in the evening. Prague has it all; museums, shopping, churches, art, and of course, architecture. Paul will conduct a guided tour of the Franz Kafka museum as well. There will be a fair amount of free time to explore on your own. Three full nights in Prague and two days before we load up for the ride back to Bavaria. On the way home we will stop in Plzen to sample some “Plzener Urquel” beer at a terrific restaurant. Estimated arrival time back in Garmisch is about 8 p.m. Do not forget that you need a passport!

Munich in the Third Reich Tour Friday, June 1–Video at 7 p.m.; Sunday, June 3–8 a.m. trip to Munich Cost: $35 One of the most popular tours is Munich in the Third Reich - a walking tour that was developed quite a few years ago to coincide with an exhibition that the Munich Stadtmuseum was presenting. We start with a video presentation and a geographical and historical orientation in the PLTCE Auditorium (Bldg. 253) on Friday at 7 p.m. On Sunday, we meet at the Garmisch Train Station just before 8 a.m. and take the 8:04 a.m. train to Munich. There we recreate the Bier Hall Putsch exactly as it happened in 1923. After lunch, we visit the site of the Munich Accords (where Czechoslovakia ceased to be an independent unified country) and see some other places associated with the Nazi movement. This is an extremely interesting tour, somewhat like touring an urban battlefield. We cannot pretend that there is not a lot of walking, or that this is a short day. Most participants are somewhat exhausted after we stormtroop our way from one end of Munich to another. However, we have not had anybody say to shorten it. Hours of Operation Monday–Friday 12 p.m.—6 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, and U.S. Holidays

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Outdoor Recreation Wine Tasting in Town Saturday, May 12, 12—4 p.m. Cost: $10 Come to a wine tasting seminar, sampling Italian wines, cheeses, and salamis. Let us do the driving! Three pickup/drop off points; Outdoor Recreation @ 11:15 a.m., Grainua Swimbad @ 11:30 a.m., and the Garmisch Rathuas @ 11:45 a.m.. VAT forms and credit cards accepted.

Celebrate Verdi’s and Wagner’s 200th birthdays If you are interested is attending operas performed by the Bavarian State Opera Company in the Munich National Theater please contact Paul Dutro at DSN 440-3370 or CIV 08821-750-3370 for information and purchasing tickets

Zip Line Saturday, June 16 Cost: $95

Enjoy a breathtaking adventure in the Dolomites! “Your heart beats stronger, your breath seems to disappear, your sweat becomes frosty, and suddenly you feel strong, brave, and capable of anything. This is the feeling that the Zip-line arouses and is exactly what you will experience.” All this as you drop 400 meters while covering over 3 km”.

UPCOMING 2012 Events June 01/03

Munich in the Third Reich

August 07

Garmisch Walking Tour

June 04

Garmisch Walking Tour

August 11

Passau

June 08-10

Venice/Verona

August 14

Partenkirchen Walking Tour

June 17

Biking to the Music

August 18

The Iceman/Bolzano

July 12

Partenkirchen Walking Tour

August 29

Italian Extravaganza

July 14

Pool and Gorge

September 07

Weekend in Prague

July 17

Garmisch Walking Tour

September 14

Venice/Verona

July 20

Weekend in Prague

September 29

Water Works

July 27

Venice/Verona

August 02-03

Bregenz

August 03/05

Munich in the Third Reich

August 04

Water Works

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“The Crafts Tree” Arts and Crafts Center Wood Shop Safety Class This class is a prerequisite to use the shop’s power tools and machines. Upon completion you receive the MWR Arts and Crafts Qualification Card, which is honored at all MWR crafts facilities and you may use the shop for do-it-yourself projects. Two-hour class. By appointment only. Fee: $20. Adults only.

Upholstery Class Learn how to re-upholster chairs, sofas, etc. Bring your own furniture as a class project. Six hours of instruction. By appointment only. Fee: $35. Adults only.

Basic Ceramics Pouring Class You will learn how to pour and finish while making one easy class project to take home. Two 2 hour evening or afternoon classes. Please schedule an appointment in advance. Beginners Class. Fee $20 - includes instruction and materials (slip, paints and glazes, shop and firing fees) for one small project.

Hand Building with Clay - Pottery Class Your hands are the best tools you have! Explore the world of hand built ceramics. Learn the techniques of pinching, coiling and slab work. Creativity and originality are encouraged while you learn about the basics of using clay. We will make cups, bowls, flowerpots, Easter eggs, or whatever you imagine! This Beginners Class consists of two sessions, four hours total. Fee is $48, instruction, enough clay for your first project, paints, glazes, use of tools, brushes and everything you need to start creating. Advance sign up please.

Sewing 101 – How to use a sewing machine Tuesday, May 15, 5:30-7:00 p.m. Cost: $29 This class will teach you the basics of how to use a sewing machine and the basic stitches. Material included. For Beginners, children 10 and up welcome!!

Kaleidoscope Quilting Wednesday, May 16, 23, 30 and June 6, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Cost: $89, materials not included Turn hexagons into a beautiful blanket or wall hanging. Each student will work on their project in any size they like. This class is for all levels. For those who took one of the beginners quilting classes this is an excellent opportunity to learn another step.

Silk Painting Class 2 evenings/afternoons. Fee for two evenings of instruction: $15 (silk extra). Ages: adults, children 4 and up. Beginners and advanced students.

Oil Painting Class for Beginners

Watercolor Painting Class

Tiffany Glass Art Four evenings of instruction. You will receive instruction while making one class project to take home. Choose between a window picture, mirror or lamp shade, depending on your interest and ambition. Fee:

2 evenings/afternoons. Fee: $20, materials included. Ages: adults, children 4 and up. Beginners and advanced students.

Every Sunday from 1400-1600 hrs. 3 sessions of instruction. Fee: $69 includes oil paints and canvas. Adult class.

Hours of Operation Tuesday—Thursday 10 a.m.—1 p.m., 3 p.m.—7 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m.—5 p.m. Closed Monday, Friday, Saturday, and U.S. Holidays

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“The Crafts Tree” Arts and Crafts Center ‘Garmisch Players Community Theater’

CALLING ALL FORMER THESPIANS, CURRENT THESPIANS & NEWCOMERS! THE GARMISCH PLAYERS THEATER IS LOOKING FOR PEOPLE INTERESTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE THEATRE PROGRAM! Whether your talents are on-stage or you are interested in helping back-stage, with tech, lighting, costume, make-up or set design, please contact the Entertainment Office at DSN 440-3475 or stop by bldg. 263 Crafts & Entertainment (located in the Crafts Tree: Tue, Wed. Thu 10-13 & 15-19, Sun 13-17)

Crafts Tree Services Furniture Building/Restoration Bring your piece in need of repair in for a cost-free assessment. We do visit you at your home for assessments for larger furniture or custom furniture building. Upholstery and restoration of old pieces can also be done.

Engraving Services If you need a plaque or a small sign to go with your gift, award, medal, trophy or framed picture, we do custom inscriptions on colored acrylics or metal. Stop by for a free price quote.

Picture Matting, Framing and PosterMounting Choose from over 400 wooden or metal moldings. If you don’t have the time to do-it-yourself use the custom shop’s great service. Qualified staff is available to help you select moldings and mats to make your picture look stunning. We also offer professional poster mounting on foam, oil painting restoration and stretching.

Portrait Services

Visit the Crafts Tree’s Portrait Studio for your next family portrait! Lots of package variations available. You can also order a CD with your entire portfolio. We will Sewing Services You have never been good with a sewing machine or have also do professional outdoor portrait sessions and take no time to do it? No problem, the Crafts Tree’s qualified your picture in your favorite Garmisch locations. Please book in advance. staff will do it for you.

Photo Printing Self Service The shop provides a user friendly self service printing kiosk using Kodak paper. Bring your digital pictures on card, disk, USB or blue tooth and turn them into great pictures, collages or post cards at minimal price. You can choose colored borders or even type in your text to personalize a post card for example. Hours of Operation Tuesday—Thursday 10 a.m.—1 p.m., 3 p.m.—7 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m.—5 p.m. Closed Monday, Friday, Saturday, and U.S. Holidays

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Army Community Services ACS Congratulates the Community Adult and Youth Volunteer of the Quarter!!! January, February, March 2012

Community Adult Volunteer of the Quarter, Melody Teets!!! Ms. Teets consistently contributes to ongoing, year-round supportive services provided by ACS Family Advocacy Program. However, in preparation for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, she went above and beyond her normal volunteer role to assist in the planning of an exciting community event, its first awareness-raising “flash mob.” Melody committed several additional hours of her time, downloading music and choreographing dance moves for the group to perform. Ms. Teets also facilitated bi-weekly rehearsals to teach the participants the routine and practice their moves. The outcome was wonderful – several community members came together in two locations to dance to an inspirational song, Aretha Franklin’s R-E-S-P-E-C-T, getting the attention and contributing to increasing community awareness of the prevalence of sexual assault, prevention and intervention options, and community resources. Without this volunteer using her time, talents, and strengths, this component of the event would not have been possible, and likely would not have reached so many. Thank you, Melody!

Community Youth Volunteer of the Quarter, Kassidee Kane!!! Ms. Kane has consistently contributed at least 4 hours a week towards volunteering; and she’s done this since she moved back to the community, over a year ago! As a full time student who also works and continues with an active social life, this is no small feat! Every Sunday, Ms. Kane leads the Catholic Mass in songs of worship, completely a cappella. In addition to her weekly commitment, Ms. Kane volunteers her time at other community events, performing whenever requested. Her musical talent and passion for sharing that gift has no boundaries! She is also an active volunteer with Club Beyond. In March, Ms. Kane was a youth leader for the Middle School Adventure Retreat. She assisted wherever needed, always cheerful and happy to assist! Without her Catholic Mass would not go as smoothly as it does and Club Beyond would lack a responsible and caring youth leader and mentor. Thank you, Kassidee!

Check out Garmisch volunteer opportunities… in your pajamas!!! Follow these simple directions in the comfort of your own home; start your impact today! Log onto http://www.myarmyonesource.com In the top right corner, Click Register Once directed to another page, Click Join Now Fill in Site Registration with your information, Be sure you select USAG-Garmisch as your military affiliation then Click Continue Validate your information and Click Register You are now pre-approved,

Click Continue It will direct you back to the main page Select Volunteer Tools tab in the right corner of the home page Once page is displayed, Click Already a Volunteer You are now directed to the Garmisch Volunteer Opportunities page. Select the volunteer opportunity of your choice!

Please contact the ACS Volunteer Coordinator, Meghan McAndrew for more information on how you can become involved! Hours of Operation Monday–Friday 8 a.m.—5 p.m. Closed U.S. Holidays

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Army Community Services

Army Emergency Relief (AER) Campaign “70 years - A Strong Tradition of Soldiers helping Soldiers” The AER Campaign is underway until 15 May. Making a contribution to AER is a guaranteed way to help Army Soldiers and their Families. AER is a private, nonprofit organization incorporated in 1942 by the Secretary of War and the Army Chief of Staff. AER was started with seed money from the American Red Cross with the mission to provide emergency financial assistance to Soldiers and their Families. Early donations to AER established a solid financial base from which to support the Army Family. Irving Berlin donated all profits for the stage and film version of his 1942 hit movie “This is the Army”. He also donated the music rights from the movie to provide future income and he gave AER the original film. Heavyweight Champion Boxer Joe Lewis also donated his winning purse from several of his fights. AER obtains all its funds through donations. Contributions help assure continued availability of AER funds to meet the increasing assistance to Soldiers. More than 88 cents of each dollar donated goes directly to help Soldiers and their Families. Since its founding, AER has provided more than $1.3 billion to more than 3.3 million Soldiers, Families and Retirees. The assistance to Soldiers and Family members includes emergencies, college scholarships, grants to Wounded Warriors and survivor assistance. AER assistance is based upon a valid need and is flexible in responding to all types of financial situations. AER officers work toward "finding a way to say yes." Since 2005 AER has added new programs and categories of assistance to meet the challenges facing our Soldiers. The most recent categories include Family member dental care, basic furniture needs, rental and replacement of vehicles, and cranial helmets. By virtue of a reciprocal agreement with all DoD aid societies, Soldiers and families not near an Army installation can obtain AER assistance from the Air Force Aid Society, Navy Marine Corps Relief Society, and Coast Guard Mutual. Assistance or from the American Red Cross. Conversely, any Service Member from any service branch can obtain assistance from AER. Full details on AER’s assistance programs may be obtained by contacting Patricia Pearce, USAG Garmisch AER Officer, DSN 440-3526 or CIV 08821-750-3526 or email to patricia.c.pearce2.civ@mail.mil. Campaign Unit Key Personnel are: George C. Marshall Center, CW5 Moss, DSN 440-2233; NATO School, MAJ Lane, 08822-9481-1100; HHC USAG Garmisch, SGT Vining, DSN 4403801. Follow AER on Facebook: AER HQ Facebook Page

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Check out new class offerings & schedules!

ACS Classes All classes/meetings are conducted in the ACS classroom, Bldg 203, Room 6 unless otherwise listed.

*Newcomer’s Orientation

Grüss Gott Group 1st Monday monthly 0930 Check with ACS for location

Conversational German

Wednesdays, 900-1130

Move on Mondays (M.o.M.) Stroller Walks Every Monday 1015-1145 In front of ACS, Bldg. 203

Every Tuesday 930-1100

Infant Massage Love & Logic Classes Preconception Health

Garmisch Playgroup

*German Customs & Culture 24 May 1300 -1530 25 May 800- 1230 Money Monday’s

Stress & Anger

Every Tuesday 100-1130

Management Class

Chapel Nursery

2nd Monday monthly

2nd Thursday monthly

1130-1300

1200-1300 *Registration is required

MOM’s CAFÉ Monthly Parent Support Group

May 24 Common childhood illnesses Jun 1 Learning games & the power of play Jul 26 Potty training & your child’s unique personality Aug 23 Children’s immunizations

1000-1130, ACS Bldg 203, Room 6

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

Childbirth Preparation Class As needed, please call ACS to schedule an appointment

NEW !

Join us for a new prenatal support series to discuss a variety of hot pregnancy topics and share your concerns and joys with others. Prepare for an empowering and memorable birth experience. Expectant fathers, please attend! For group classes and individual consultations, please contact ACS.

Attention all newcomers to the community… The Community Newcomers’ Briefing is held every Wednesday, 0900-1130, in the ACS training room. If you are a new arrival in the community, or relatively so, plan to attend this briefing. It is a great opportunity to get to know some of the community members and increase your knowledge of what the community has to offer. Please note this class will not be held on May 16th and 23rd. The German Customs and Culture Class is expanding and will now fall under the title of German Culture College 101. If you are new to Germany and the German culture, Bavaria in particular, or not so new but still curious and inquisitive, join ACS to find out more. The new program will be held over two ½-days Thursday, May 31 from 1300-1530 and Friday, June 1, 0800-1230 Thursday will meet in the ACS classroom and Friday will be an introduction to public transportation, the local hospital, the train station, the Farmer’s Market, and lunch and/or coffee in a Gasthaus. Understanding what’s going on around you and why things are as they are, will certainly make your stay here more interesting and enjoyable. Pre-registration is required. Please call ACS at DSN 440-3777, CIV 08821-750-3777 or email patricia.c.pearce2.civ@mail.mil for more information and to register.

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Mueller Fitness Center Fitness Classes All Classes are $5. Classes are first come, first serve. Zumba® (cardio) This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning, dance fitness-party™ is fun for everyone; try it to work your muscles, your heart, and your mind in a new way. Ditch the workout and join the party! Pilates (strength/flexibility) Pilates is a unique series of exercises developed to strengthen and tone core muscles, improve posture and flexibility, and create a streamline shape. Spin (cardio) This is an intense indoor cycling workout using various cycling techniques from hill climbing and sprinting to peddling at different tensions. Easily modified for beginners. Yoga Fit (strength/flexibility) A class designed to improve the health, performance, and mental acuity of individuals seeking to improve their overall level of fitness. This style of Hatha Yoga blends balance, strength, power, and flexibility into a fitn e s s f o r m a t doable by individuals of any fitness level. Spinning-n-Yoga A combination of cardiovascular and flexibility workout. TurboKick® (cardio) TurboKick® is the ultimate cardiovascular challenge that's a unique blend of intense intervals strength/endurance training, and a relaxing cool-down. TurboKick®, the live version of TurboJam®, requires no previous kickboxing experience or equipment, just bring your attitude and desire to have fun! Hours of Operation Monday: Friday 5:30 a.m.—8:00 p.m. Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Sunday and US Holidays: Closed

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School Age Center May 2012 Mon

Tue 1

Wed

Thu

2 CLUB ACTIVE First Official Meeting of:

3

Homework Lab with Mr.Ernie is offered everyday from 1430-1630!!

SCIENCE CLUB

CYSS SPORTS Baseball

Girls Club

7 Missoulas

8Missoulas

9Missoulas

10Missoulas

CLUB ACTIVE

COOKING CLUB

GARDENING CLUB

COOKING CLUB

Fri 4 Fit Friday and Fun Friday

Cinco de Mayo! MEXICAN

BOYS CLUB

.....Power Points….. Childrens Theater TECH CLUB

Childrens Theater GARDENING CLUB

Childrens Theater

Childrens Theater

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Childrens Theater Fit Friday and Fun Friday

Photo Club

Hug a Tree Day

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Art Club Tulip Hearts

SCIENCE CLUB GARDENING CLUB

TECH CLUB

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Art Club SeaShells

SCIENCE CLUB GARDENING CLUB

TECH CLUB

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ALL CYSS FACILITIES

CLOSED

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SCIENCE CLUB GARDENING CLUB

Memorial Day

Hours of Operation Monday—Friday 2:30 p.m.—6:00 p.m. School out days Monday—Friday 7:45 a.m.—5:30 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, and U.S. Holidays

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CLUB ACTIVE

COOKING CLUB

Fit Friday and Fun Friday

Pizza Party

Girls Club BOYS CLUB

Last Baseball Practice

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CLUB ACTIVE

Junior Torch Club

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Girls Club BOYS CLUB

ZUMBA at the gym!!!!

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Fit Friday and Fun Friday

Cooking Club

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Scavenger Hunt

NEW!!! Friday will include a variety of Smart Start Sports and other Fun Surprise Club Activities!! DSN 440-2654 CIV 08821-750-2654


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Youth Center May 2012

Hours of Operation Monday—Thursday 2:30 p.m.—6 p.m., Friday 2:30 p.m.—10 p.m. School Out Days: Monday—Thursday 1 p.m.—6 p.m. and Friday 2 p.m.—10 p.m. Closed Saturday, Sunday, and U.S. Holidays

DSN 440-2600 CIV 08821-750-2600


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Garmisch FMWR May 2012 Newsletter  

The monthly newsletter from Garmisch Family and MWR.

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