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The Book Club meets one Saturday each month at the Base Library. (511 Holzapple St, Grand Forks AFB, N.D. 58205, USA).
Check the Facebook or contact the library each month for the date. Please contact the Library Manager at 701-747-3048 with any questions or to sign up.
The GFAFB Library Book Club Facebook page link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1131695863837261/?ref=share
Pick-up soccer games take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Saturday if it's the first Friday) from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM.
Games played in the GFAFB Fitness Center Field House. All games are open to public, no cleats allowed.
POC: TSgt Roberto Hernandez-Mendoza
Pick-up games take play the first and third Saturdays from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM.
Games are played in the GFAFB Fitness Center indoor volleyball courts. Games are all played as casual, come-and-go style volleyball gameplay.
Contact email@example.com, 701-610-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org, 310-941-6822 for more information.
The Wrestling Club hosts practices every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 PM at the Fitness Center.
For more information, check out the Wresting Club Discord: https://discord.gg/nzJgJdZD2Y
Manager; (973)-769-6796 email@example.com
Coach; (716)-720-2046 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach; (412)-638-1942 email@example.com
The Grand Forks AFB Spouses' Club is a volunteer-run, all branches, all ranks, spouses' group. Our membership is open to all local military spouses who are Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, or retired. We are also honored to extend membership to Gold Star spouses and spouses of visiting Allied Forces.
We are also a registered non-profit and are dedicated to give back to service members, their families, and our community through service and outreach, hosting regular activities, and events for our members and supporters, and by providing welfare grants and scholarships to those within our local community.
This is a group for ice hockey players of all skill levels to meet at the base rink a few times a week and play pick-up games.
POCs are Ryuta King, 859-655-5978 and Jordan Chambliss.
Best way to contact would be through FB group "GFAFB Drop-In Hockey Club," Facebook messenger, or by cell.
The Writer's Club is an opportunity for writers, both military and civilian, assigned to Grand Forks Air Force Base to come together and discuss writing techniques, projects they are working on and other writing-related topics.
Club meets at the Base Library the second Saturday of the month and the second-to-last Saturday of the month from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM.
Contact the Base Library for more information (701) 747-3046
The Crochet Club is for anyone assigned to Grand Forks Air Force Base who has a passion for the art of crochet or anyone who wants to learn a new skill.
The Grand Forks AFB Gaming Community is a branch of Air Force Gaming.
Air Force Gaming strives to become a community where age, rank, location, and background are secondary to our shared love of video games. We believe gaming can create resilience, encourage excellence, and unite our total force.
Air Force Gaming Base Website: https://airforcegaming.com/community/319
Facebook: Grand Forks AFB Gaming | Grand Forks AFB ND | Facebook
Base Ambassadors: TSgt Trevor L. Zeigler & A1C David Usher
The Hispanic Heritage Club is associated with Grand Forks AFB’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and strives to educate and share Hispanic and Latin culture with the GFAFB community.
This group is a safe place to talk and hangout for Grand Forks AFB Spouses who are Neurodivergent.
This includes but is not limited to Autism, ADD/ADHD, OCD, PTSD and c-PTSD, PDA, Schizoaffective disorders, DID, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, epilepsy, dyslexia, dyscalculia, APD, learning and/or developmental disabilities.
Join "Grand Forks AFB Neurospicy Spouses" on Facebook where you will be welcome to post, rant, share funny memes, or anything you want, really. There are no specific meetings or meet ups at this time.
*Please note this group is only for the adults who are Neurodivergent.
Grand Forks AFB is a corporate member of Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals, which makes their events free to Airmen and Guardians.
They offer a community evolvement, professional development, and social opportunity each month.
Airmen and Guardians can sign up as a member on their website to receive a weekly newsletter with all upcoming events. Please refer to their website for more information: https://ggfyp.com/events-and-activities/
Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals is not associated with the Department of Defense and not endorsed by Grand Forks Air Force Base.
For more information regarding clubs on base, please contact the Community Support office at 319RW.CVBCVI.integratedResilience@us.af.mil