Hurlburt Field Community

Hurlburt Field
Open recreation program

Open recreation program

The Open Recreation program is for 9-12 year old youth of active duty, retired, reserve and base civilian ID card holders to enjoy. Its purpose is to keep youth engaged and active in their community in a positive way through service to community. The Boys & Girls Club partnership allows us to provide youth with the tools and resources to create a positive place to offer Leadership Groups which encourage youth to plan and assist in overseeing their own recreational program needs supervised by trained qualified staff. Youth plan and implement their own activities with staff supervision. The youth plan to meet there goals for partnerships, mentoring younger youth and promote service to their community. All youth must be registered with Youth Programs in order to participate. Guests must be accompanied by a registered youth and a $2 guest fee will apply. This program has an Annual Registration fee of $35. There are No additional daily fees. Fees for special events, camps or trips will only be incurred.Registration year runs from 1 January – 31 December.

Our program provides a wide variety of programs for youth and families to enjoy.

Overview as follows;

  • All types of Birthday parties
  • Street Smart Programs
  • Tech Lab = 5 on-line computers
  • Smart Girls / Gentlemen
  • Family nights – Bunko/Skating
  • Movie & popcorn nights
  • Flat screen TV’s / DDR
  • Family Holiday parties
  • Air hockey / Pool tables
  • Education Day
  • Community Service projects
  • Annual Day for Kids
  • Multicultural programs
  • Fit Factor
  • Dances and parties
  • Monthly Birthday Celebration
  • Camp “B” Jammin’
  • POWER HOUR (Free tutoring)
  • Overnight Lock-Ins
  • Torch Leadership Club
  • Triple play activities
  • National Fine Arts Exhibit
  • Outdoor Classrooms
  • National Photography contest
  • Table Tennis
  • Gymnasium / Roller skating
  • Family Cultural events
  • PS3, XBOX 360, KINECT, Wii & Game cube

Parents are always encouraged to come and play with their youth!


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