E.E. Miller Recreation Center

1347 Rim Road, (910) 433-1220
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 1-9 pm, Sat. 9 am-5 pm, Sun. 2-5 pm



Bricks 4 Kidz

Get ready to power up your engineering and architect skills with Bricks 4 Kidz. Learn how to apply classroom learning in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through engineer-designed LEGO motorized models. Our 90 minute weekly sessions are filled with fun and imaginative hands-on learning for elementary, middle and high school students.
6-12 yrs; Fri.; 3:30-5 pm; $35/month

Open Gym-Teens

The gym is open nightly for basketball with the exception of recreation sponsored athletic programs. Participants should bring a school or picture ID and a completed open play form must be signed by a parent.
13-17 yrs; Schedule varies according to availability, call center for current times; Free

Open Gym-Family Night

The gym is open nightly for basketball with the exception of recreation sponsored athletic programs. Family night is designed to give families time to play together. An adult must accompany child/children and bring a picture ID. 
12-under yrs; Fri.; 4-6 pm; Schedule varies according to availability, call center for current times; Free

Adult Open Gym

The Gym will be open for adults on Sun. with the exception of recreation sponsored athletic programs. Open Gym form must be filled out and ID required.
18+; Sun.; 2-4:30 pm; $2

Educational Tutor

Need help in reading, science or math? Do you want your child to bump that B to an A? Then this program is perfect for you.
Grades K-8; Mon. and Wed.; 6-7 pm; Sat.; 11 am-noon; Free

Empowering You to Impact The World

Let us help prepare you to make a positive impact in your home, community, city, county, state and your nation. This empowering moment will help you and your family to:
D.R.E.A.M. - Develop greater leadership traits; Reach others; Equip others; Advance truth, morals and ethical values; Make a difference in the world.
All ages; Sun.; 2-5 pm; Free

Fitness Room

The fitness room is equipped with treadmills, elliptical machines and stationery bikes. Best of all, it’s absolutely free! Registration form required at first visit.
13+; Mon.-Fri.; 1-9 pm; Sat.; 9 am-5 pm; Sun.; 2-5 pm; Free

Senior Card Club

Come out to meet other seniors in the area, socialize, and enjoy some card playing. We will be offering various card games to include spades, pinochle, and much more! We will also be playing tournaments.
55+; Tues. and Wed.; 1-6 pm; Free

Senior Crafts Club

Come out and join other seniors in the craft of the month. Enjoy fellowship, creative thinking and working with your hands then this is the place for you.
55+; Tues.; 11:30 am-1:30 pm; Free

E.E. Miller “Seniors on the Move”

Seniors age 55 and over come out to a club meeting and participate in fellowship, food, special speakers, trips and more!
55+; 4th Thurs. of each month; 10 am; $24/year

Spanish Tutor

Having trouble with your Spanish class? Want a refresher? Come hang out with our Spanish Tutor and learn more of this amazing language.
6-12 yrs; Tues. and Thurs.; 5-6 pm; $8/class

Tang Soo Do Karate

Tang Soo Do enhances your awareness and well-being. The combat academy of Tang Soo Do offers Kata and Forms, Board Breaking, and tournaments. These family oriented classes teach self-defense, weight loss, muscle toning, physical fitness and self-discipline. Beginners, Intermediate
and Advanced students train together.
All ages; Mon. and Wed.; 6-8 pm; $40/month

Zumba Gold

This Zumba class is designed especially for both beginners as well as advanced students! Zumba is a fun, low impact work-out that achieves great results! This class is geared for
seniors but all are welcome.
16+; Mon.; 9-10 am; $2.50/class or $10/month

Tai Chi for Arthritis

This class is tailored for anyone who is currently suffering from Arthritis. It’s slow but steady moves help keep the body flexible and fit.
16+; Mon.; 10:15 am-11 am; $2.50/class or $10/month

Hula/Tahitian Dance

You’re never too old to learn something new! Try hula dance while learning about traditional Hawaiian culture. Classes are for both beginning and advanced students, and are fun for the whole family! This class is great for moms and daughters. Performances held throughout the year at various community events.
6+; Fri.; 6-9 pm; Sat.; 10 am-1 pm; $35/month

Intercession Camps

Camps based around the year-round school schedule that feature games, crafts, sports and more. This program is designed for children who are currently enrolled in kindergarten through age 12. Campers should bring a nonperishable lunch and two snacks to camp each day.
Weeks offered are as follows: Sept. 19-23; Sept. 26-30; Oct. 3-7
Grades K-8; Mon.-Fri.; 7:30 am-6 pm; $55/week (unless
otherwise noted)

Workday Camps

These camps are offered on teacher workdays (from the year-round school calendar). Program is designed for children who are currently enrolled in kindergarten through age 12. Campers should bring a non-perishable lunch and two snacks to camp each day. Workday Camps are offered
on the following days: Sept. 15, 16; Nov. 8; Dec. 19; Jan. 6, 17; Feb. 20.
Grades K-8; 7:30 am-6 pm; $11/day

Girl Scouts

Are you interested in joining the girl scouts but don’t know where to start? Join one of our troops that meet here and build character and skills while having fun! We have troops meeting here on Fri. beginning Sept. 19 and concluding the end of May. Call the North Carolina Coastal Pines Girls Scouts at 800-284-4475 or visit their website at www.nccoastalpines.org for more information.
Grades K-5; Sat.; noon-3 pm; Free


Shopping Sitters

Calling all parents, drop off your kids for a night of Christmas Movies, while you go get some Christmas
shopping done. We will be serving hot chocolate and Christmas cookies. Pre-registration required.
5-12 yrs; Fri., Dec. 16; 6-8:45 pm; Free

Kids Frog Dissection Night

Come out and learn about frogs though our Frog Dissection Night. It will be a group leader lead, live frog dissection. We will learn about how a frog’s body works and how it is similar and different from the human body. Pre-registration required.
9-12 yrs; Fri., Jan. 27; 6:30-8 pm; Free