Leisure section

Leisure section - 25.08.2005, Blaðsíða 1

Leisure section - 25.08.2005, Blaðsíða 1
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HOUSE GYMNASIUM tostetmmk TpB.Qf.uffi VOLUME 6 ISSUE 34 fUDiWIiiK THURSDAY, AUGUST 25 Pizza Lunch Buffet, 11 am -1 pm TFC Steak Night Dinner Buffet, 5 - 9 pm TFC Kids Tae Kwon Do, 5:30-6:30 pm Gym Adults Tae Kwon Do, 6:30 - 7:30 pm Gym Flag Football, 5:30 - 8:30 pm Gym Evening at Blue Lagoon, 6 pm Windbreaker AUGUST 25, 2005 FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 Ysa Orly Lunch Buffet, 11 am -1 pm TFC Steak Night Dinner Buffet, 5 • 9 pm TFC Back to School Scavenger Hunt, 6 pm Teen Center Reykjavik Shopping Trip, 6 pm Windbreaker SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 Breakfast Buffet, 9 am -1 pm TFC Steak Night Dinner Buffet, 5 - 9 pm TFC Jazz Band, 8 -11 pm TFC iazz/Hip Hop Registration, 8:30 - 11:30 am Gym Back to School Party, 6 pm Teen Center Horseback Riding, Noon Windbreaker Glacier and Canyon Tour. 8 am_____________Tout Office SUNDAY, AUGUST 28 Breakfast Buffet, 9 am -1 pm TFC Golden Circle Tour, 9 am Windbreaker Golden Circle Tour. 8 am______________Tour Office MONDAY AUGUST 29 Flag Football, 5:30-6:30 pm Gym Step Aerobics, 5:30 - 6:30 pm Gym Lo Impact Aerobics, 5:30 - 6:30 pm Gym Pilates, 6:45-7:45 pm G\ Dinner at Jia Jia, 6 pm_________________Windbreaker MWR- First for Fun MWR is your hometown recreation specialist. We are here to help you enjoy your tour and distress after those long workdays. We have a variety of facilities and activities to meet almost every need. Youth are our most important asset and MWR’s facilities have our most precious community members in mind. The Child Development Center (CDC) offers care for children 6 weeks to 5 years. The program features creative activities to stimulate children’s Jllll minds while they play. Who said learning e 7\ \f\/\ 3 wasn’t fun? The CDC CKiid also houses the Child Development Homes ____Sm^^ICDH) office. The CDH office maintains the waiting list for care on Keflavik and is the agency who can help you start your own childcare busi- ness. The Youth Center takes up where the CDC program stops. The Youth Center provides activities and guidance for children from five to 12. Like the ''j CDC, you must register and wait for a space Youth < to become available. Registered children can enjoy field trips and Boys and Girls Club activities through- out the year. Boys and Girls Clubs. To register, pick up an application at the CDC, the Youth Center or the Teen Center and turn it in by August 29. When school’s out, let the kids bum off some steam at the Playzone. It’s located behind Service Central and the Mini Mart and offers a safe, indoor place for the children to play. The facility is open to children 12-years-old and younger with adult supervision. However, only children 10-years-old and younger are allowed on the equipment. Don’t stay cooped-up in the house on raining days; head over to the Playzone and watch the children run and have fun. Just next door to the Playzone is the Polar Roller Rink. ■. It’s open from 6-9 pm on Friday, 1 - 8 pm on iguoMUtt Saturday and 1 - 5 pm on Sunday. Polar Roller Rink also features the Wild West, Tiger and Dragon air inflated amusement rides available for parties. Give them a call to make your party reservation today! ft eewree The Teen Center provides a place for Keflavik’s teenagers to socialize and enjoy recreational activities. You can find anything from water balloon dodgeball to shopping trips and soccer games. The Teen Center staff always provides safe activities to keep our future leaders busy and engaged. For registered teens, there are even overnight events and special activities sponsored by the NASKEF has a well-stocked library for your multi-media resource needs. It’s located in the Air Terminal, just down the hall from the USO. They receive new books, videos and DVDs every two weeks. _ They also have computers for homework or Inter- net access. Keep watching the Leisure Section for the special events coming this fall at the Library. m Pick up a copy of next week’s Leisure Section to find out about travel opportunities and places to relax after a hard day’s work. Library’s Reading Program Beats the Goal On August 18, our summer reading program, “Get Wrapped Up in Reading,” came to a close. The summer reading program is designed to help retain or improve reading skills during the summer months and to promote reading for fun. Readers sur- passed this year’s goal of 20,000 pages by reading a total of 30,749 throughout all age groups. This year’s Egyptian theme was incorporated into exciting weekly activities. The participants made book marks with their names in hieroglyphics, built pyramids, and assembled Egyptian headdresses. Awards and prizes were given to our top readers from each age group. Linday Vance (6-7 years old group) took home a remote control “Nile Crocodile” as a reward for completing 1,531 pages. Jacob Peacock (8-9 years old group) received a 3D Egyptian puzzle and an “Egyptology” book, for recognition of his 3,795 page accomplishment. Geneva Croxton (10-11 years old group) read 6,450 pages and was awarded with an Egyptian board game and an “Egyptology” book. Congratulations to all of our winners for a job well done! Story Time for children ages 3-5 returns September 8. Please join us for a story and craft every Thursday, from 10:15 -11:15 am. Volunteers to read and help with crafts are appreciated. Please direct all correspondence to: Leisure Section: Box 43 • Phone #7536 e m a i 1: m vvr. m i @ m wr. i s Name is required on all correspondence.


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