Page Community Activities Center

 
  •  General

     

    Page Community Activities Center is located in building 900, next to the Fitness & Sports Center.  This center serves as RAF Lakenheath's community hub, and features everything from a large roller skating rink and game room, to event space perfect for birthday parties and special functions. In addition, the Page Community Activities Center hosts a variety of special interest activities and classes, and is always looking for talented individuals willing to share a special skill with the RAF Lakenheath community.

  •  Programs & Services

    Bingo

    Co-ed Bingo TBA • Doors open at 4:30pm at the Liberty Club Ballroom; games start at 6pm • Co-eds 18+ Only Pre-purchase books 2 weeks in advance at the Page CAC: 2 for $25, additional books $10 each; or the day of the event: 2 for $30, additional books $15 each. Prizes TBA.

    Family Bingo TBA • Doors open at 5pm at Eagle’s Landing; games start at 5:30pm Pre-purchase books 2 weeks in advance at the Page CAC: 2 for $10, or the day of the event 2 for $15. Prizes TBA. *Minimum purchase of 2 books. No refunds. **Only FSS food (Liberty Club, Rugbie’s, the Great Little Pizza Place & Liberty Lanes’ Grill 48) may be brought into the venue.

    Skating Rink

    The Page Community Center houses a truly rare amenity—an ever-popular Skating Rink.

    Lunch Time Skate:  Monday-Friday • Noon-2pm Open to everyone! Fight that food coma and get your adrenaline pumping out on the rink! $3 per person. *All groups of 12 or more will need to stop by or contact the Page CAC to arrange a skating event.

    Parent & Me Skate: Wednesdays • 9am-11am Open to parents and children 5 years and younger.  Parents can take their little ones for a spin in their strollers or can teach their older tots how to skate. $3 per person.

    Open Skate:  Fridays • 5-8pm; Saturdays • Noon-7pm; Sundays • 2-5pm Open skate sessions are open to everyone. $5 per person.

    Party Packages

    Skate Party Packages:  Fridays • 5-8pm; Saturdays • 11am-2pm or 3-6pm; Sundays • 1-4pm Choose from two party packages:

    Package A $130: Includes 12 balloons, 12 drinks, pizza, admission and skate rental for 12 people.

    Package B $250: Includes 24 balloons, 24 drinks, pizza, admission and skate rental for 24 people. $50 deposit required at time of booking. Advanced reservations are required.

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  •  Contact

    Bldg. 900
     DSN: 226-1627 /  COMM: 01638-521627

    Page Community Center

    Bldg. 439
     DSN: 226-1627 /  COMM: 01638-521627
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    RAF Lakenheath Single Airman Program

    Bldg. 900
    DSN: 226-1627 /  COMM: 01638-521627
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    R4R Programs

    R4R Programs

    Recharge for Resiliency (R4R) is the capstone for resiliency programming across the Air Force. R4R encompasses the following key resiliency components:

    • Deployed Affected Programming
    • RecOn
    • Single Airman Programming Initiative

    These resiliency programs target specific audiences and provide needed support for our Airmen and their families. R4R has many great events and trips throughout the year. If you are interested in taking advantage of our great programs, please contact each event’s listed contact facility for more information. Space is limited for these programs, so early contact and registration is vital to ensuring participation in the program of your choice.

    Single Airman

    Single Airman

    The RAF Lakenheath Single Airman Program is an Air Force initiative, endorsed by the office of the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force (CMSAF), administered by Air Force Personnel Center, Services Directorate (AFPC/SV) and operated through installation Force Support Squadrons (FSS). The goal of the Single Airman Program Initiative is to provide the Force Support Squadron resources that foster a strong culture, mission, and sense of community for Single Airmen. It’s OBJECTIVE is to provide a wide variety of social and recreation opportunities through FSS recreational activities, offer MWR-life skills classes to “create a Single Airman culture that supports the “whole person – healthy lifestyle.” A Single Airman is an Air Force Active Duty or Air Reserve Component officer or enlisted member who is unaccompanied.

    Rec-On

    Rec-On

    The RecOn Initiative is an Outdoor Recreation program designed for any member of the base community (active duty, civilian, and dependents) to assist them in exploring the exciting adventures available in our local area through Outdoor Recreation.

    Fit Families

    Fit Families

    Fit Families is a discount group encouraging families to participate in adventure-based trips together.

    Eligibility Requirements: Active duty member with dependents (dependents - spouse and/or child - must be listed on the active duty member's orders).

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