Library Fact Sheets
BASE AND COMMUNITY EVENTS|
Printable Fact Sheet
View the Flash!
Explore the Eifel Thursday, April 24, 2014 at Club Eifel
With the Explore the Eifel fair just around the corner, the 52nd Fighter Wing community relations office at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, is getting a jump on some bus tours and excursions. Below is a list of events available for sign up during the event:
Saturday, April 26
Spangdahlem- Saarburg (Saarburg Sightseeing and leisure fun time)
1:00 p.m. - Departure from Spangdahlem (base theater)
2:00 p.m. - Arrival in Saarburg (Heckingplatz parking area)
2 - 3 p.m. - Saarburg city walking tour, expect to see the old city part of Saarburg, the city center, waterfalls, the Saarburg castle, the Saint Laurentius church, a view over the Saar river from Saarburg -Beurig
3 - 4:30 p.m. - Take the chairlift (or bus) to the vacation resort Warsberg (10 min) where you can enjoy a ride on the "Sommerrodelbahn" summer slide.
Optional: Enjoy a visit to the Saarburg Greifvogelpark or Eagles Park stop at the Mannebach brewery for refreshments.
5:00 p.m. - Dinner at the Saarburg Wirtshaus zum Pferdemarkt (uriger Keller) stop in the Bonsai und Wein Vinothek wine cellar.
6:00 p.m. - Bus departs Saarburg to the base (Food, beverages and entry fees at own expense)
Friday, May 2
Spangdahlem-Irrel (Devil's Canyon tour)
1:30 p.m. - Departure via bus from Spangdahlem Air Base.
2:30 p.m. - Arrival Devils' Canyon near Irrel Hike from Pruemzurlay to Holsthum past the Hop Fields (guided tour with Mayor Moritz Petry) Optional: short stop at the Hosthum Roman Villa
3:30 p.m. - Beer Probe and Food Imbiss offered.
5:30 p.m. - Bus departs for Spangdahlem
(This is a free event, and base members and families signing up to this event can drive their own vehicles. Directions will be provided)
Friday, May 2
Forest walk from Spangdahlem to Himmerod
9.00 a.m. - Depart as a group from Spangdahlem Visitors Center
9 - 12:00 p.m. - Forest Walk with small refreshment stop
12.00 p.m. - Explore Himmerod Abbey
12.45 p.m. - Depart Himmerod for Spangdahlem
(participants can drive themselves)
Friday, May 2
Wolfsfeld castle tour and barbecue
13.00 - Drive yourself excursion in Wolfsfeld, near Bitburg/Irrel
13.30 - Arrival in Wolfsfeld and sightseeing tour of castle
14.30 - Free barbecue
(Invitation from the Bitburg-Land area and sponsored by HNC)
Saturday, May 3
Spangdahlem - Traben-Trarbach Adventure Tour
10:00 a.m. - Departure from Spangdahlem Base Theater
11:00 a.m. - Arrival at Traben-Trarbach Adventure Forest for an hour of exploring and climbing the Adventure Forest (jeans/sports leisure shoes are recommended)
12:30 p.m. - Enjoy an "Explore the Eifel" special for gliding flight over the Mosel and/or Trier area from the Traben-Trarbach airfield (POC: Dr. Roger Dunn)
2 - 3 p.m. - Short Traben-Trarbach visit with wine tasting (dinner optional).
Sunday, May 4
Spangdahlem-Manderscheid - Eifel's Volcanic craters - or the Gillenfeld Farm or Himmerod Abbey
10:00 a.m. - Departure from the Spangdahlem Base Theater
10:45 a.m. - Arrival Manderscheid with view of scenic castles-photo stop
11 - 11:30 a.m. - Guided Tour of Volcanic Museum
11:30 a.m. - Depart Manderscheid to see several volcanic crater lakes near Daun (Holzmaar-Pulvermaar, Gillenfeld Maar) learn about the Eifel's volcanic activity.
12:00 p.m. - Stop at Pulvermaar, a large and popular greater lake (rowing boat cruises and walking along the lake are possible)
1:00 p.m. - Depart Pulvermaar for Himmerod
1:30 p.m. - Arrival in Himmerod
1:40 hrs. - Meet Father Stefan, a Himmerod monk, for a short highlight tour of Himmerod (including behind-the-scenes spots)
2:00 p.m. - Stop at the Himmerod Abbey Restaurant for a Monk's lunch or enjoy coffee and cake, refreshments (at own expense)
2:45 p.m. - Return to Spangdahlem.
More events to be made available for sign up are as follows:
Vintners tours, wine excursions and wine probes
Local Mosel vintners from Mehring and Osann-Monzel will offer walks through vinyards, educational tours of vintners' wine cellars, and wine tastings. At the fair, people can find out how the Mosel grapes are harvested and how wine is made.
Anniversary celebration and free cake for the visitors
An official Explore the Eifel 10th anniversary ceremony takes place at 09:45 a.m. at the fair. Wine queens and knights will hand out free cake for the visitors
Hunting and fishing in the Eifel
Outdoor Recreation staff will be on hand to provide information on hunting in the Eifel area and how to obtain a hunting or fishing license under German law. There will be displays and stuffed, wild animals for demonstration.
Bow Archery shooting competitions
Try archery outside Club Eifel. Areas for both children and adults will be set up.
Enjoy Golfing in the Eifel
Two local Golf clubs will talk about the sport at the fair and invite to golfing matches at their clubs.
1.FC Zemmer soccer games
Local soccer club representatives from the community of Zemmer will answer questions on local soccer clubs and opportunities in their community, especially also for young players. The club members will also invite to a summer festival.
Mouse Trap museum
More than a dozen different mouse traps can be seen at the Mouse Trap museum booth. Museum officials will provide explanations on the history of the traps, of which some of them track all the way back to a history in the United States. Officials will invite fair visitors to the museum.
Infocenter-Windows to Rheinland-Pfalz
Information to attractions in the larger Ramstein areas will be provided by Infocenter-Window to Rheinland-Pfalz Ramstein fair participants.
Wittlich city highlights with fashion show entertainment
The city of Wittlich will offer games and information on its' 2014 seasonal festivals, on the Wittlich Open Air Movie theater and other attractions. WIttlich will also present a model fashion show by a local designer, involving base members. Free Explore the Eifel sewing tips will be offered at the fair.
Zumba dancing and fitness displays
A Wittlich fitness park will provide Zumba fitness dancing performances , entertaining small and tall at the fair. Bootcamp fitness information will also be provided by base fitness instructors.
Tai Chi performance
Enjoy a Tai Chi stage performance at club Eifel early afternoon. (Find out the exact performance time at the fair information booth)
People can learn about modern faming at the Kaschenbach Ranch. Arno Billen will be at the fair to offer tours.
Wine mountain slope hike
The Mosel community of Ediger-Eller will offer a hike of the Calmont wine mountain and steepest slope in the Mosel region. Find out more about this hike at the fair.
European champion model builders will show off several A-10 and F-16 model aircraft, which they built. Other models on display will include boats and vehicles. A total of 20 models can be seen. Techniques will be taught and workshops or club visits offered.
A local vacation resort in Eisenschmitt will provide information on the larger Eisenschmitt area and on how to enjoy a stay in the Eifel, also providing entertainment games.
Souvenir photos with Mosel and Saarburg area wine queens and princesses
Throughout the fair, several wine queens , representing the larger Mosel, Saar valley areas, dressed in their original outfits and wearing crowns will pose for souvenir photos with the fair visitors. Photographers are not provided and visitors take their own photos.
Pruem tourist attractions
Pruem tourist office representatives will present the larger Pruem area, explaining where people can hike, ski and snowboard in the area. Officials will also provide information on the Pruem abbey and city highlight festivals.
Bitburg Karate School
Visitors can ask questions on how to learn the Karate sport. Local Karate teachers will be there and show original outfits.
Wild Animal Park
The wild animal park of Klotten will have a booth at the Explore the Eifel fair, inviting people to the park and showing what is available.
Historical Mustard Mill museum
Historische Senfmuehle museum representatives will invite fair visitors on an excursion through the mustard history, show and talk about things surrounding "mustard". Visitors may be surprised.
Nativity scenes work shop and displays
The Mosel community of Kluesserath will offer a workshop for nativity scenes as well as a nativity scene display.
Luxembourg National Museum of Military History tours and displays
The Diekirch National Museum of Military History will be present at the fair to talk about the museum and welcome base members on guided tours.
Street- and break dance performances
The Wittlich Street Dance School and Trier Battle Style Youngsters will perform dances on stage. Find out exact times for these dancing performances at the fair information booth.
German-American Women's Club
Ladies from the German American Women's Club will introduce the association and answer questions and activities the club offers to its' members year-round.
Luxembourg Perle World War II guided museum tours
The 385th Bomb Group Museum of Perle, Luxembourg invites to museum tours and showcases museum displays.
Bernkastel city attractions
The city of Bernkastel will set up displays, showcasing the city's main attractions, providing information on the Bernkastel Burg Landshut castle tours and other city highlights: Tourist officials will explain the Mosel wine culture and Roman traditions. Visitors can get their photo taken with the Bernkastel city wine queen.
Schweich city attractions
Schweich tourist information officials will offer information on tourist attractions in the larger Schweich Mosel area.
Burg Eltz castle excursions
Burg Eltz castle staff will be on hand to provide visual castle tours and invite visitors on excursions
Life band entertainment
A base rock and pop band will set everyone in the right mood for Explore the Eifel, performing at 11:30 a.m., following the official anniversary celebration.
Other band performances are scheduled throughout the day and include the Bitburg Music County school's own band and the Erich Kill brass band ensemble. Find out exact times for band performances at the fair information booth.
Himmerod Forest Hike
The German Host Nation Council invites base members on a scenic hike through the forest from Spangdahlem to Himmerod. In Himmerod, participants can see the Cistercian monastery built in the 11th century. The walk through the beautiful forested area takes about 1.5 hours. Free refreshments will be offered. Visitors can sign up for this free excursion at the fair.
Unicyle acts and performances
Outside the club, people can see Trier city acrobats on unicycles and get their photo taken with a charming clown.
Games and Eifel quiz questions
Tall and small fair visitors can win a price for winning games and knowing answers to local Eifel area questions.
Childrens' Eifel art show
School childrens' paintings, featuring their views on the Eifel will be on display at Club Eifel for the duration of the fair.
A local balloon pilot will provide information on balloon rides. People can climb into a hot air balloon basket and ask questions on this adventurous sport.
Saarburg city tours and leisure park attractions
The Saarburg city tourist office will present city highlights, festivals and life animals to include a falcon and owl. The city will also offer a bus tour to Saarburg with free attractions and a city tour guide. There may be a fee for bus transportation only.
Bitburg city and area attractions
Representatives from the Bitburg city, Bitburg area and Eifel Direkt tourist offices will provide information and entertainment activities for tourist attractions, highlights and festivals in their areas.
Along with Bitburg city tourist information representatives, the Bitburg Brewery will provide information on brewery tours.
Local river boat cruises
Information on local river boat cruises will be presented by a local boat cruising tour representative
Sky diving, tandem and parachute displays
Local pilots and instructors will present information and show equipment and photos on sky diving, tandem and parachute displays.
Nature Center Teufelsschlucht
Staff members from the Nature Park Center Teufelsschlucht, or Devil's Gorge, near Irrel will offer a guided tour through the Luxembourg Swiss area past gorges and through valles, through hop fields, and to the Wolfsfeld castle. The mayor of Irrel invites to a canyon sightseeing tour, including a barbecue. Base members can sign up for the tour at the fair.
Luxembourg city tours
Luxembourg city and Echternach city tourist information office staff will be on hand to provide information on the countries highlight sites and festivals, inviting students and their parents as well as school teachers on an educational trip of Luxembourg. The tour is free to students and their parents. People can sign up for the excursion at the fair.
Gliding aircraft on display
Explore the Eifel fair visitors can see a large gliding aircraft from the Traben-Trarbach sports and gliding airport there. People can sign up for an excursion to Traben-Trarbach at the fair. A visit to the gliding airfield and free climbing at the Forest Adventure park are offered. There will be a low-cost fee for transportation only.
Eifel outdoor activities, quad-vehicle and electric bike excursions
A local outdoor tours agency will provide information on adventurous outdoor activities and quad-vehicle and electric bike excursions
Niederkail community tours and Eifel mountain bike rides
The Niederkail community mayor and a member of the Niederkail mountain bike club member will offer tours and rides through the Kailbachtal valley. Sign-ups are possible at the fair.
A local, Bitburg falconer will show off a falcon and provide information on his job as a falconer. A short falcon performance is planned. Find out the time for the performance at the fair information booth.
Magician tricks and balloon modeling school
A local magician shows tricks and provides balloon modeling lessons from noon to 3 p.m. to children at the fair.
With display boards and traditional outfit and equipment, a beekeeper from the Manderscheid area will show and explain to visitors how honey is made and what it entails to maintain bees. There will This is especially interesting and educational for children and students.
The Bitburg city tourist office will offer attractions from the newly opened Eifelpark Gondorf leisure park, including latest information, games and children's entertainment. Children can get their photo taken near the Gondorf Eifelpark mascot bear. Information on the Bitburg area will be available. Small children can enjoy free rides on miniature caroussels.
Luxembourg segway rides.
For those people wondering what it feels like to explore the area on a segway, the city of Luxembourg will offer free training rides outside Club Eifel.
Visitors wanting to take a break at the fair can enjoy a free message at the Club Eifel fair, offered by a Wittlich therapist. Find out exact times for segway rides at the fair information booth.
Face painting and make-up lessons
Throughout the fair, free face paintings for children and free make-up and cosmetic lessons for adults are offered by a local visagist from Binsfeld at the Explore the Eifel fair. The community of Binsfeld will also offer free community tours upon request.
Himmerod Abbey excursions
Monks and representatives from the Himmerod Abbey will showcase the monastery and invite to sightseeing tours
Kyllburg and Manderscheid area tours
Community representatives from the Kyllburg and Manderscheid areas will provide information on tours and hikes in the larger Kyllburg and Manderscheid areas as well as on local attractions
Speicher area attractions and organ players
Community representatives from the city of Speicher will brief visitors on Roman findings and culture in the area, on the Speicher city museums and on festivals for the 2014 season. The Speicher City Musicians ensemble will perform on historical instruments throughout the fair.
Speicher EtLaedchen flower power art school
A local Speicher artist will present art with flowers and teach visitors how to become creative with nature
Vianden castle excursions
The city of Vianden in Luxembourg will show off local attractions and present the Vianden castle with displays and performances.
Hunsrueck am Erbeskopf nature and environment school
A booth focusing on nature and environment offers school students and children the opportunity to get in close contact with nature. The young ones can reach into boxes and guess what they sense and feel. This booth is very educational. The Hunsrueck area representatives will also provide some information on highlights in the larger Eifel-Hunsrueck area.
Idar Oberstein gems museum and city highlights
Tourist city officials from the city of Idar-Oberstein will show off gems. The city is known for gems and jewelry that is made with gems and that are produced in this area. There is a gems museum in Idar-Oberstein which the tourist office will also highlight.
Luxembourg Adventure Park
The Regional Tourism Association will provide information on the Eifel-Ardennes area, which is a popular tourist area. One highlight is the Luxembourg Adventure park near Vianden.
Beer probes and concerts
The Machern Abbey has its' own beer brewery, a concert room and a few small museums, besides restaurants and a beer garden. Kloster Machern representatives will showcase the ancient abbey.
Nature Park North Eifel
Tourist office representatives from the Nature Park North Eifel will highlight tourist attractions, hikes and outdoor adventures of the area.
As more information is collected, more events will be added to this page.
Host Nation Council
Make a difference in your community and join the Host Nation Council. For more information visit: http://www.hostnationcouncil.de/en/
Explore the Eifel Fair
Visit with local tourist offices and community members from across the region including Belgium and Luxemburg at this year's Explore the Eifel event April 24 at Club Eifel.
Great Cloth Diaper Change
Come by the Spangdahlem Middle School on April 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. for an attempt at the Guiness Book of World Records for changing the most reusable diapers in 24 hours. For more information contact Tiffany Singhisen at 452-8124.
Eifel to Eiffel Bike Tour
Come join Outdoor Recreation on a bike trip May 8-11 from Spangdahlem to Paris! The 270 mile trip will have en route vehicle support and return transportation. Sign up fee is $200 per person and you must have a current passport. You must be registered no later than April 18th. For more information contact ODR at DSN 452-7170.
Shop at the spring bazaar May 16 - 18 at Hangars 1 - 2. Vendors will be selling items that range from cheese and chocolate to paintings and rugs from across Europe.
Volunteer coaches Needed
Bitburg High school is looking for Volunteer coaches for spring sports.
If you have the knowledge, like teaching, and have a competitive spirit come and join our team. We are looking for Coaches in Boys Soccer and Softball. Contact our Athletic Director, Chris.Howard@eu.dodea.edu if you are interested.
University of Oklahoma Upcoming Course
The University of Oklahoma is offering an upcoming Graduate Course for both Human Relations and International Relations Students. For more information, call DSN 452-7555 or 06565-61-7555
Cancer Support Group
This group is designed to give survivors, spouses, and families the support and strength to move forward together, rather than alone. Meetings are held from 6:30 - 8 p.m. at the Coffee Mill on the last Monday of each month. For more information please contact Amanda Atwell at 0151-2503-8980.
Spangdamen Monthly Meetings
The Spangdamen women's group will meet every third Thursday of the month at 11:30 a.m. at Kuhl Beanz. For more information call 452-6552 or 452-2742.
The Mexican buffet at the club will now be served every Monday and Thursday. For more information, call 452-4639 or 06565-61-4639.
Tabletop gaming takes place from 5 p.m. until closing, every Saturday at Club Eifel. Participants must be 18 or older. For more information, call DSN 452-4633 or 06565-61-4633.
Piano lessons are being offered at the community center. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Signups, class prices and information can be found at the community center. For more information, call DSN 452-7260 or 06565-61-7260.
Music theme nights
A music theme night takes place at 9 p.m., every Friday at the Club Eifel. Drink specials are offered and a new music theme will be featured each week. For more information, call DSN 452-4639 or 06565-61-4639.
Texas Hold'Em will be held from 6-10 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday at the Saber Sports Lounge. The cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Players can only participate one day a week. Reservations for seats can be made the day before by members and the day of the event by all non-members. For more information, call DSN 452-4639 or 06565-61-4639.
Dart league opens Mondays 6 p.m., beginning May 6 for single competitors and Saturdays at 6 p.m., beginning May 11 for doubles. The meetings take place at the Saber Sports Lounge and cost $5 for members and $10 for non-members. For more information, call DSN 452-4639 or 06565-61-4639.
Family golf takes place noon to close every Sunday. The cost of a round of golf is $25 for up to four family members and includes two golf carts and all rental clubs. For more information, call DSN 452-4653 or 06565-61-4653.
Manicures and pedicures are available from 8 a.m. - 5p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday at Magic Nail. Costs vary. For more information, call 016091-331848.
Healthy relationships class
A free class to help build healthy marriages will take place 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Classes will occur on the last Friday of every month at the Airmen and Family Readiness Center. For more information, call DSN 452-6422 or 06565-61-6422.
Civil Air Patrol
The Spangdahlem Cadet Squadron, Civil Air Patrol, meets every Thursday night 1800-2030 in building 139 (Third Floor). Youth between the ages of 13 and 18 may join the Civil Air Patrol. For general information on the Civil Air Patrol go to www.gocivilairpatrol.com. For more information about the Spangdahlem Cadet Squadron email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit facebook.com/capspangdahlem
You can come out to the range every Thursday from 4-6 p.m. for free advice and pointers from the resident golf instructor. All you pay for is rang balls. Private one on one lessons are available. For more information, call DSN 452-4653 or 06565-61-4653
Bi-weekly Saber Toastmasters meeting
Saber Toastmasters meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Spangdahlem Conference Room (inside Kuhl Beans) at 6 p.m. Saber Toastmasters is a local chapter of the international Toastmasters organization specializing in improving communication and developing leadership skills. The Saber Toastmasters meetings are a learn-by-doing workshop in which participants hone their communication abilities in a friendly and encouraging atmosphere. For more information, call DSN 452-7260 or 06565-61-7260. You can also visit them online at http://www.facebook.com/SaberToastmasters.
Bitburg Book Club meetings
The Bitburg Book Club meets 6:30-8 p.m. every other Thursday at Hauptstrasse 22, Bitburg. For more information or to join the club, email Karin at email@example.com.
Auto hobby center car cleaning services
Car cleaning services are available to ID-card holders at the 52nd Force Support Squadron Auto Hobby Center. The cleaning services the auto hobby center provides are a basic agricultural cleaning, agricultural detailing, deluxe auto cleaning, exterior cleaning and interior detailing. The agricultural cleanings guarantee vehicles pass the agricultural auto shipping inspection. Prices vary based on time it takes to cleans vehicles. The auto hobby shop hours are 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekends. For more information, call DSN 452-6842 or 06565-61-6842.
Air Force housing website
The new Air Force Housing website is a one-stop site for base housing options and support worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.housing.af.mil.
Dog social hour every Tuesday
Dog social hour takes place 6 - 7 p.m. every Tuesday at the Pet Spa. The cost for this is $5, and a dog trainer will be there to answer questions. Dogs must be at least 6 months old and have up-to-date rabies, distemper, bordatella vaccinations on file with the Pet Spa. Call and prepay 24 hours in advance. For more information, call DSN 452-9362 or 06565-61-9362.
Texas Hold'em card tournaments take place 6 - 8:30 p.m. and 9 - 11:30 p.m. every Friday at Club Eifel until further notice. The cost is $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers. For more information, call DSN 452-4633 or 06565-61-4633.
Register for dog classes with the Pet Spa now. Classes will be held every Saturday at the Pet Spa and include a five-week puppy kindergarten costing $55 per pet and an eight-week dog obedience course costing $90 per pet. To register, call DSN 452-9362 or 06565-61-9362.
The smoothie bar at the Skelton Memorial Fitness Center front desk is now open. The bar offers 12 different flavored smoothies for $3 and add-ons are 75 cents. For more information call DSN 452-6634 or 06565-61-6634.
Single Parent Network
The Single Parent Network events take place 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Spangdahlem's Airman and Family Readiness Center Bldg. 307, the third Friday of every month. The AFRC staff provides free lunch. The network is a support group for single parents and offers an opportunity for parents to share information, conversation and experiences. For more information, call DSN 452-6422 or 06565-61-6422.
Club Eifel Catering offers delivered buffets or hors d'oeures meals for base members. Orders come prepared on chrome platters or stainless steel chaffers and may include china, glassware and linen. For more information, call the catering office at DSN 452-4642 or 06565-61-4642.
52nd FW Singing Sabers:
Do you like to sing? Do you play an instrument? Why not join the Singing Sabers! The Singing Sabers need new musical talent to help bring that special touch to Spangdahlem's military ceremonies. Practice sessions are held every Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 -6:30 p.m. in the Base Chapel. All active-duty, civilians, dependents, retirees and local nationals are welcome to attend. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 452-5237
Ditching the Dorms
A class for Airman getting ready to leave the dorms takes place 1-2 p.m., every Thursday at the Airman and Family Readiness Center. This free class is required for anyone leaving the dorms. For more information, call DSN 452-6422 or 06565-61-6422.
Short Game Golf Clinic
Short game golf clinics now take place from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. for kids ages 5-15 and 1:30- 3:30 p.m. for ages 16 and up, every Saturday. The cost is $25 per adult and $15 for children. For more information, call DSN 452-4653 or 06565-61-4653
Teen glow bowling
Eifel Lanes has teen glow bowling nights from 6 - 10 p.m. every Saturday. Teens bowl for $5 with shoe rental included. For more information, call DSN 452-2695 or 06565-61-2695.
Doggy day care
The Pet Spa offers doggy day care Monday to Friday. Drop off is 7 - 10 a.m., and pickup is between 2 - 6 p.m. Daily, weekly and monthly rates are available. Reservations are required. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Skelton Memorial Fitness Center offers Jiu Jitsu classes every Tuesday and Thursday in the aerobics room. Class for children 6-11 years old begins at 5:15 p.m., children 12-17 years old at 6:15 p.m. and women at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $110 for eight classes. Two to three additional family members can participate for $60 per person. A fourth family member can participate free.
Taiji Quan class
The Skelton Memorial Fitness Center offers a free Taiji Quan class 6 - 8 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday. Taiji Quan is martial arts in slow motion. For more information, call Klaus van den Boom at DSN 452-7233 or 0656561-7233.
Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwon Do classes take place 1 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday at the Skelton Memorial Fitness Center. For more information, call DSN 452-6634 or 06565-61-6634.
A yoga tone class takes place 10-11 a.m., every Saturday at the Skelton Memorial Fitness Center. The cost is $5 per person. For more information, call 01712068828.
You can dance your way fit with Zumba Wednesday at 8:30 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:30 a.m., or Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. Classes are $5 a piece or $45 for ten. For more information, call DSN- 452-6634 or 06565-61-6634.
Monthly Tier II meeting
The Tier II monthly meeting takes place at 11 a.m. the second Tuesday of each month at the Brick House. Tier II is a professional organization focused on developing the leadership, management and mentorship skills of staff sergeant selects, staff sergeants and technical sergeants. Lunch is provided. For more information, call DSN 452-4108 or 06565-61-4108.
DUI poster contest
A poster-design contest is now ongoing. Airmen Against Drunk Driving is calling all artists to submit poster designs to curb Spangdahlem's drunk driving. Three winners will be chosen every month to be displayed on the Spangdahlem Facebook page, and the first-place design will run as a logon slide until the following month. For more information, call 452-8285 or 06565-61-8285.
As a reminder, the pet spa is asking all animal owners to avoid leaving their pets in the car. For more information, call 06561-68-3713.
Items in this list do not necessarily constitute endorsement by Spangdahlem Air Base, U.S. Air Forces in Europe, the United States Air Force or the Department of Defense.