A One Page Play Festival and community showcase will take place at the Stuttgart Theatre Center, Oct. 11-13.
Culture & Leisure
ASAP is subsidizing up to 50 percent for the cost of selected events booked through MWR Tours or Outdoor Recreation.
The Stuttgart region loves its festivals, but when it comes to frequency and diversity, there’s no time quite like the summer.
Samir Shrestha bought a drink with his Subway meal and walked away with a $5,000 shopping spree at AAFES.
Here are eight reasons you should delay any trips and join the festivities on Thursday, July 4, starting at 3 p.m. on Husky Field, Patch Barracks.
An exciting lineup of group fitness classes caters to a large audience of participants includes cardio-based classes such as indoor cycling, step and Zumba to get your heart pumping.
The Edelweiss recently received approval to allow military members stationed outside Europe and retirees to visit the resort on a limited, space-available basis.
Although she graduates from SHS in June, Mika Taylor’s Girl Scout Gold Award project will continue after she departs for college.
The Stuttgart Theatre Center’s production of Ray Bradbury’s “Kaleidoscope” will be the AACT Region X entry to the 2019 American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) National Festival in Gettysburg, PA, June 17-22.
If you haven’t already done so, the CCVP tour is a must during your tour of duty in Stuttgart.
Fast facts to know when riding on an Army installation.
Check out the upcoming events for single, unaccompanied or geographical bachelor service members.
This museum celebrates the Easter egg year-round.
If you’re interested in meeting Germans while being creative, join the G/A Artist Group.
More than 70 vendors will be participating in the community’s annual Spring Bazaar, March 22-24, on Patch Barracks.