MOVIES: Vandenberg AFB Reel Time Theater. Phone: (805) 606-5565. Doors open 30 minutes before showing. Tickets: Adult $6, Child $4, 3D showings $8. Reel Time Theatre is closed Monday - Thursdays.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8: Holmes & Watson (PG-13) 1900
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9: A Dog’s Way Home (PG) 1400; Escape Room (PG-13) 1900
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10: A Dog’s Way Home (PG) 1400
TRAP AND SKEET SHOOTING: Friday at 08:30 – 15:30 at the Rod & Gun Club. Shooting clays with shotguns. Must be a Rod & Gun Club member. Contact 805-606-4560.
LEGO CLUB: Friday 15:30 - 17:00 at the Base Library. Open to all ages. Come and build with our massive LEGO collection! Create cool crafts alongside Ms. Ruby or just make your own crazy creation.
AUTO HOBBY SHOP: Fri. 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. and Sat. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Call 805-606-5908 for more info.
PARENTS NIGHT OUT: Friday, 18:00 - 23:00 at the Youth Center. The Give Parents a Break program provides childcare for eligible parents who are subject to unique stresses due to the nature of military life including deployments, remote tours of duty, and extended working hours. Partnering with the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) who pays the cost of childcare, the Child Development Center (CDC) and School Age Care (SAC) programs open once a month in the evening for families referred to the program by base agencies such as the Airman & Family Readiness Center, Chapel, Family Advocacy Office, Hospital, First Sergeants, Commanders, and the Child and Youth Programs Flight. For additional information and to register, contact the CDC (606-1555) or SAC/Youth Center (606-2152).
TRIVIA NIGHT: Friday, 18:00 - 20:00, in the Pacific Coast Club E-Lounge. Grab some friends and test your trivia knowledge. We'll be having a great time with prizes for the winners. Free admission to all participants. The winning team of each round wins an FSS Gift Card. See the Trivia game rules at 30fss.com/trivianightrules. Call 805-606-3330 for more information.
PISTOL SHOOT: Saturday, all day at the Rod & Gun Club. Shooting bowling pins on tables with handguns on 25 yard range and Five Stand, Shooting clays at 5 different rotating stations. Must be a Rod & Gun Club member. Contact 805-606-4560.
FILM CLUB: Sat., 11:30 at the Base Library.Join us through the month of February as we work on making movies from script to screen! This activity is for all ages, and works great for families. No charge. Learn how to write, edit, and shoot a film, as well as add SFX. Our last session will be an awards ceremony where we screen the films as well. February 9: Animation/Special Effects. February 16: Editing. February 23: Showcase & Awards. Please RSVP by calling 805-606-6414.
MAKERSPACE: Saturday 11:30 – 13:30 at the Base Library. This event is open to all adult library patrons who are interested in creating, building, and exploring with the many STEAM items that can be found at the library. Cost is free. Contact 805-606-6414.
THUNDER ALLEY BOWLING: Saturday 01-12, 19:00 – 22:00 at Surf Lanes Bowling Center. Thunder Alley happens every Saturday night. Popular music is available to play all of your favorite requests. The black lights make this evenings bowling program a fun way to spend some quality family time together. Cost: $13 adults, $11 kids. Contact 805-606-3209.
SPORTING CLAYS: Sunday all-day at the Rod & Gun Club. Sporting Clays "Golf with a Shotgun" simulates the unpredictability of live-quarry shooting, offering a great variety of trajectories, angles, speeds, elevations, distances, and target sizes. Must be a Rod & Gun Member. Contact 805-606-4560 for more information.
YOUTH ART SHOW: Monday, 02-11 to Friday, 02-15, 10:00 – 7:00 at the Base Library. There will be a variety of fine art to view, from watercolor and acrylic paintings to mixed media and photgraphs. Displayed art was created by School-Age Care, Youth, and Teen Programs members. Cost is free. Artist meet & greet 14 Feb, 1630-1730. Call the Youth Center at 805-606-2152 with questions.
PTL QUARTERLY MEETING: Tuesday, 02-12 at the Fitness Center. Call the Fitness Center at 805-606-3832 for more information.
STORY TIME: Tuesday at 10:00, at the Library. Infant and toddler story time is geared to kids 0-2, who are still on their parents' lap and those who are going everywhere. Song, rhymes and puppets, too.
MEALS TO GO: Every Tuesday and Thursday, 06:30 - noon. Pick up a hot, ready meal for your family. $40 for non-members, $35 for club members. (Meals Serve a Family of 4). Pick up between 1600-1800 at the Pacific Coast Club drive-up circle on Nebraska Ave. Call 606-3330 to place your order or send us an email: "Vandenberg PCC Meals to Go."(30FSS.FSWC.FoodOrders@us.af.mil) with your phone number and we will call you back for payment. Please do NOT provide payment information through email. Orders must be placed and pre-paid by 1200 the day of the meal and are non-refundable after 1200.
TRAP AND SKEET SHOOTING: Wednesday at 08:30 – 15:30 at the Rod & Gun Club. Shooting clays with shotguns. Must be a Rod & Gun Club member. Contact 805-606-4560.
TUITION ASSISTANCE BRIEFING: Wednesday, 09:00, at the Education Center. Initial and follow-up counseling. For more information, 805-605-5904.
S.T.E.A.M. FUN: Wednesday at 13:30 at the Base Library. Open to ages 7 and up. Cost is free. Contact 805-606-6414.
ROBOTICS CLUB: Wed, 16:30 – 14:15 at the Base Library. The purpose of the club is to certify participants with hands on experience with a variety of different robots. The certification will allow participants to in-house check out specific robots in the future. This program is limited to 12 participants. No charge. Call the Library for reservations 805-606-6414. 13 February – Little Bits Basic
You can add light, sound or motion to a Lego creation with these amazing little bits.
MUSIC & MOVEMENT STORY TIME: Thursday 10:00. Ages 0 to 5. Join in as kids get the chance to read books, sing, dance, and put together a craft.
VALENTINE ‘LOVE YOUR HEALTH’ 5K: Thursday, 02-14 at 16:00, at the Fitness Center. Valentine’s Day is here and the fitness center has the ideal way to spend it. Join us for the “Love Your Health” 5K. This is a great way to stay on track with your health/fitness goals, spend quality time with your family, friends and coworkers and most of all, have some fitness fun. Cost is free. Contact the fitness center for more information, 606-3832
A VALENTINE’S ESCAPE ROOM: Thursday, 02-14, at 17:13 – 18:13 at the Base Library. Cost is free. Call the Library to reserve your spot in this escape room. Contact 805-606-6414.
VALENTINE’S DINNER: Thursday 02-14, at 18:00 – 21:00 in the Pacific Coast Club Ballroom. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special evening dinner at the PCC. A romantic evening begins with a complimentary champagne toast to start off our delectable three course dinner. Selections include a salad with red wine poached pears, crispy prosciutto and shaved parmesan cheese tossed with a sweet balsamic vinaigrette; Filet Oscar steak topped with crab-meat and hollandaise served with duchess potato and asparagus; apple cider marinated chicken breast served with almond-cherry pilaf and parsley buttered heirloom carrots, chocolate mousse tart. Select wine will be available by the glass and bottle as well as beer and specialty cocktails. Live entertainment a special gift to go will make this evening one to remember. Reservations required. $35 per person (Members) / $40 per person (Non-Members). Call us at the PCC, 805-606-3330.
ANTI-VALENTINE’S DAY PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT: Friday, 02-15, 10:00 – 14:00 at the Outdoor Recreation Paintball Field. There is no better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than a day to swap cupid’s arrow for a paintball marker! Grab your significant other and have a blast together out on the paintball fields of love. Open to all Singles and Couples. $25 per person includes field fee, paintball marker, all gear and 500 rounds of paint. Payment due at time of booking Sign up required, call ODR 606-5908 to make a reservation.