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Yokosuka Community Center

CLASSES
Yokosuka Community Center offers classes for education & skill improvement as well as for hobby or interest. Classes for both children and adults include Japanese cultural crafts, Kumon, foreign languages, musical instruments, dance, and much more. For a list of classes and registration, please visit us in the Community Resource Center (adjacent to the Commisarry).

REFUNDS
To receive your refund for class/es, please call the community center at your location.

Upcoming Events

Ikebana Kofu - Japanese Flower Arrangement

Be inspired to learn Ikebana, also known as kado, a traditional Japanese art of arranging not only flowers but also stems, leaves and branches, from an Ikebana Kofu School licensed instructor.Read More

Wanted: Violin Instructor

The Yokosuka Community Center seeks an experienced violin instructor to teach both kids and adults, 1 – 2 days a week. Qualifications: - current music major or graduate - similar years of experience - must interact well with school-age children This is a contracted position. Please send your cover letter and resume to: MWR_Yokosuka_COMCTR@fe.navy.mil or tommie.daniels@fe.navy.mil. Yokosuk...Read More

Wanted: Music Instructor

The Yokosuka Community Center, located on Yokosuka Navy Base, is seeking an experienced motivated, bright and exciting music teacher, to offer instructional music classes for all instruments to both kids and adults.Read More

Robotics for Kids

In this class, children will learn how to build and program future technology vehicles and machines, including various robots. • Classes are two hours a week for four weeks • Wednesday & Friday • 3:15 - 5:15 p.m. • 20 Student maximum for each class. • For ages 7 - 12 years old • $90 Monthly (includes supplies) This program follows a specific curriculum. Please b...Read More

Hula Dance with Keiko Alva

Thursdays • 10 - 11:30 a.m. • Dance Studio at Chili's This class welcomes both beginners and advanced students. Learn basic steps and hand motions from Oli (Hawaiian chant), Auana (Modern Hula), and Kahiko (Ancient Hula), all with and without instruments. For ages 18+. $12 per session (monthly registration) or $15 per drop-in.Read More