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  • Kids Bowl Free
    All day
    June 8, 2019

    5746 D Avenue Bldg 525

    5746 D Avenue Bldg 525

  • Softball Trial Camp
    All day
    June 8, 2019

  • Youth Sports Registration
    All day
    June 8, 2019

    7712 6th Street Bldg 883

    7712 6th Street Bldg 883

    Please register your children by calling or visiting the Youth Programs Center during regular facility hours. The cost for a 3-4 year old child is $45, and the cost for a child aged 5-18 is $55.

  • Give Parents a Break
    09:00 -13:00
    June 8, 2019

    Give Parents a Break is free child care for active duty families that are experiencing unique circumstances or hardships. A referral from Airman & Family Readiness (801-777-46810 is required along with hourly-care documents.

  • UFC 238
    18:00 -23:00
    June 8, 2019

    7420 W Miller Street Bldg. 450

    7420 W Miller Street Bldg. 450

    Catch all the heavy-hitting action on the big screen! Food and drink specials available; club members can reserve their tables the Friday of the week before the event.

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  • Air Force Teen Leadership Summits
    All day
    June 10, 2019

    Air Force Teen Leadership Summits – application deadline is 10 Jun 19

    Air Force Teen Leadership Summits:  These camps provide teens, 14 – 18 years of age, opportunities to focus on leadership development and self-confidence, learn about programs and services available to AF dependents, and build an appreciation for, and sense of belonging to, the AF community.  Throughout the week, teens will participate in military traditions, community service projects, musical performances, and environmental education classes.  Teens have the opportunity to select from three different types of camps; see below for descriptions and dates.

    Eligible Applicants must meet all the following requirements:

    • A dependent of an AF Active Duty or Active Duty Military assigned to/living on/working on an AF led installation, AF Retired, APF and NAF Civilian Employees assigned to/working on an AF led installation, ANG, and AFR
    • 14 – 18 years of age. NOTE: High School Graduates are not eligible
    • Be physically/mentally capable and willing to participate in all camp activities
    • Have a valid picture ID (ex. military ID, driver’s license, school ID, or passport)
    • Have not previously attended a Teen Leadership Summit

    Beach Teen Leadership Summit

    Session 1: 120 participants – 7-12 Jul 19 – Jekyll Island, GA

    Beach Teen Leadership Summit is a great way to enjoy the beaches of Georgia all while learning leadership skills.  This is a brand new camp!  Camp options include beach time, beach ecology, team competitions, marsh ecology, leadership classes, and so much more!

    Classic Teen Leadership Summit

    Session 2: 120 participants – 21-26 Jul 19 – Wahsega 4-H Center, Dahlonega, GA

    Nestled in a valley of the Chattahoochee National Forest, Wahsega 4-H Center hosts the Classic Teen Leadership Summit.  High adventure activities include high ropes, zip line canopy tour, white water rafting, hiking, fishing, archery, survival classes, and more.

    Adventure Teen Leadership Summit

    Session 3: 120 participants – 5-10 Aug 19 – Cheley Camp, Estes Park, CO

    Bordering Rocky Mountain National Park, Cheley Colorado Camps is a family owned and operated summer camp.  Daily adventures include hiking, intense mountain biking, horseback riding, horse colt training, arts & crafts, woodworking, technical climbing, and archery.

    Transportation costs, lodging, meals, and activity fees are centrally funded.

    Spending money is the responsibility of the participants.

    The PDF application for all Air Force Youth Programs Residential Camps must be completed and emailed no later than the application deadline listed by each camp to the POCs listed above and to AFFCCSystem.Admin-02@us.af.mil

    It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to confirm receipt of the application.

  • Air Force Space Camp
    All day
    June 10, 2019

    Air Force Space Camp – application deadline is 10 Jun 19

    Air Force Space Camp:  This camp provides youth, 12 – 18 years of age, opportunities to explore careers as astronauts.  Youth have the opportunity to select from five different Academies; see below for descriptions.  Space Camp is held at the US Space and Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL.  Two sessions are offered:  21-26 Jul 19 and 28 Jul-2 Aug 19.

    Space Academy (12 – 14 years of age)

    Session 1: 20 participants and Session 2: 20 participants
    Launch on missions to the International Space Station, the moon or Mars!  Train like an astronaut on the 1/6th Gravity Chair and the Multi-Axis Trainer.  Design, build and launch a team rocket.  Learn teambuilding skills on the low elements at our Area 51 Challenge Course and in one of our water facilities!  Put your creative thinking skills to work in our engineering design challenges!  Hear the inspiring stories about commercial pioneers like Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX!

     Advanced Space Academy (15-18 years of age)

    Session 1: 16 participants and Session 2: 16 participants
    Train like an astronaut on the 1/6th Gravity Chair and the Multi-Axis Trainer.  Design, build and launch a team rocket, and safely recover its payload.  Learn teambuilding skills on the high elements at our Area 51 Challenge Course.  Experience neutral buoyancy while SCUBA diving in the Underwater Astronaut Trainer! (Pending physician approval).  Test your skills in our Engineering Challenges by constructing a heat shield and building a Rover.  Fly jet aircraft simulators!  Discover the role the International Space Station plays in our global community.  Prepare for every contingency as you go to Mars on an extended-duration mission simulation!  Earn one credit hour of freshman-level general science from University of Alabama in Huntsville in this college-accredited program!

     Robotics Academy (12 – 14 years of age)

    Session 1: 20 participants and Session 2: 20 participants
    Program robots to interact with the world using a variety of sensors and motors.  Choose from various advanced lessons in building robotic attachments, programming with sensors and data functions, or using both tactile and hands-free human interface devices.  Create your own customized LED cannon using series or parallel circuits that you can take home!  Use the binary number system and logic functions to understand how machines “think.”  Design, build and pilot underwater robots using the SeaPerch ROV system!  Train in cutting edge, custom-designed Unmanned Aerial Systems simulations!

     Mach II (12-14 years of age)

    Session 1: 15 participants and Session 2: 15 participants
    Experience the unique sensation of feeling three times your normal weight in our one-of-a-kind centrifuge!  Practice water-survival skills using our helicopter simulators for a water crash and rescue by a survival lifter.  Learn about aeronautics, propulsion and aviation history.  Fly in a UAV drone simulator to reinforce lessons learned at our static displays and artifacts.  Master aerial combat and compete to be the best of the best in Top Gun!  Embark on a search and rescue mission to bring a downed pilot back from behind enemy lines while communicating as a team and evading hostile forces!  Culminate your week with the Thursday night campfire ceremony with skits and awards.

    Mach III (15 – 18 years of age)

    Session 1: 4 participants and Session 2: 4 participants
    Unite as a team at the Area 51 Challenge Course with high- and low ropes elements.  Brave the centrifuge, the 150-ft. zip line, and all of our training simulators!  Reinforce leadership, teamwork and decision-making skills in our immersive F-18 cockpit simulators.  Use a UAS simulator to plan for missions and provide real time data to a command center during mission execution.  Learn wilderness survival skills and orienteering.  Plan and carry out three missions, each with their own challenges!  Compete to be the best in a bracket style head to head competition where only the best can claim the title of Top Gun.  Culminate your week with the Thursday night campfire ceremony with skits and awards.

    Eligible Applicants must meet all the following requirements:

    • A dependent of an AF Active Duty or Active Duty Military assigned to/living on/working on an AF led installation, AF Retired, APF and NAF Civilian Employees assigned to/working on an AF led installation, ANG, and AFR
    • 12 – 18 years of age – Note: High School Graduates are not eligible
    • Have a valid picture ID (ex. military ID, driver’s license, school ID, or passport)
    • Have not previously attended an Academy in their same age group

    Session 1 participants (21-26 Jul 19) should plan on arriving in Huntsville, AL no later than 1330 hours on Sunday, 21 Jul 19 and must depart no earlier than 1500 hours on Friday, 26 Jul 19.  The only exception is for OCONUS participants traveling from Asia or Europe; these participants may arrive in Huntsville, AL on Saturday, 20 Jul 19.

    Session 2 participants (28 Jul-2 Aug 19) should plan on arriving in Huntsville, AL no later than 1330 hours on Sunday, 28 Jul 19 and must depart no earlier than 1500 hours on Friday, 2 Aug 19.  The only exception is for OCONUS participants traveling from Asia or Europe; these participants may arrive in Huntsville, AL on Saturday, 27 Jul 19.

    Transportation costs to/from Huntsville, AL and spending money are the responsibility of the participants.

    Lodging, meals, and activity fees are centrally funded and begin upon arrival.

    The PDF application for all Air Force Youth Programs Residential Camps must be completed and emailed no later than the application deadline listed by each camp to the POCs listed above and to AFFCCSystem.Admin-02@us.af.mil

    It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to confirm receipt of the application.

  • Kids Bowl Free
    All day
    June 10, 2019

    5746 D Avenue Bldg 525

    5746 D Avenue Bldg 525

  • Softball Trial Camp
    All day
    June 10, 2019

  • Youth Sports Registration
    All day
    June 10, 2019

    7712 6th Street Bldg 883

    7712 6th Street Bldg 883

    Please register your children by calling or visiting the Youth Programs Center during regular facility hours. The cost for a 3-4 year old child is $45, and the cost for a child aged 5-18 is $55.

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