The Mine Bar and Pub
The Mine Bar & Pub is USAG Benelux-Brunssum's place for signature cocktails and some of the best beer in Europe. Inspired by Emma Mine, the previous home of USAG Benelux-Schinnen, and an homage to the Staatsmijn Emma, the second largest coal mine in The Netherlands, The Mine offers excellent drinks and small bites in a laid-back atmosphere. Open to ages 18+. Drink responsibly.
Virtual Reality Stations
With gamers in mind, The HUB delivers a wide variety of virtual reality gaming experiences through PlayStation VR®, Oculus Rift, and Steam VR®. Play highly rated virtual reality games or simply take a tour around the world's greatest sites.
Open to ages 13+. All children under 18 must have a parent or guardian present.
Volunteers & Coaches
Parent volunteers are a very important resource for CYS. Registered children/youth benefit immensely from the knowledge and skill that volunteers provide to our programs. We're looking for enthusiastic people who want to help out — sharing their talents assisting and leading various activities such as reading to children, participating in field trips, making games, repairing toys, sewing with kids, etc.
Start by becoming a registered volunteer through Army Community Service's (ACS) Go-Volunteer to find out where your talents can be best used within CYS. By keeping track of your volunteer hours, you can qualify for Parent Participation Points.
The Youth Centers have a wide range of programs for youth in grades 6-12, offering fun-ﬁlled afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Free Middle School Teen (MST) programs are offered daily after school and in the afternoons during the summer. MST morning camps are also offered at a nominal fee during the summer to complement the free afternoon program.
There are special activities for youth scheduled on a continual basis, including social activities and field trips. CYS programs utilize partnerships with 4-H Clubs, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and Character Counts to bring enhanced curriculum and other opportunities for growth and development to our children and youth. Programs are intended to offer positive alternatives that will minimize "at risk" behavior during parental duty hours.