Warhawk Community Center

(402) 294-9558

Hours of Operation:

Office Hours

Monday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday CLOSED

Raiders Lounge

Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday CLOSED
Thursday 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday 3:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Saturday CLOSED

Closed: All Federal holidays


Looking for a place to hold your next meeting, conference, party, or event? The Warhawk Community Center is a great place to host your next function. Active Duty, Retired Military, DoD Cardholders, Civilians, and Contractors or their Adult Dependents may make room reservations.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions current group size limit is set to NO MORE THAN 25.  This includes event supporting staff and POCs.

ALL participants in groups are required to wear masks at all times during events and when in the building.

Communal food & beverages are not allowed at events.  Buffet or self-served stations are not allowed at this time.

Event POC is responsible for the following:

  • Ensure & adhere to all guidelines set forth by base leadership
  • Conducting any COVID pre-screening necessary for guests attending from off base/outside of the installation
  • Provide an accurate list of everyone in attendance. In the event of COVID possible exposure, the event POC may be required provide this information to public health regarding those in attendance for contact tracing.
  • Required to coordinate their own set up/clean up/tear down.  The WCC staff will provide oversight and sanitization products (i.e. approved cleaning items such as Lysol etc.)

For questions or assistance please contact the WCC office at 402-294-9558.

Reservations are not taken without reservation forms and payment (or deposit) is received.

*Reservations are held in four hour increments. If more time is needed please let us know and provide us a justification within your reservation.

Community Center Capacity:
  • Seating capacity for 120 people
  • Reception or standing room for 150 people
  • Classroom style for 75 people
Community Center Amenities:
  • Stage and dance floor
  • Tables & Chairs
  • Projection Screen Capabilities
  • 3 80-inch TVs / 4 32-inch TVs
  • Bring in your own food/catering
  • Pool Table
  • Lounge Chairs & Couches
  • Gaming Systems
  • Ping Pong Table
  • Air Hockey Table

Help children learn about the natural world around them. Build a Bug Hotel to give the insects in your yard somewhere safe to live. Kids can observe & learn about creepy-crawlies & beautiful butterflies. Click here for a step-by-step tutorial: https://off.com/en/inspiration/family-fun/3-fun-diy-outdoor-crafts/   No federal endorsement intended.

A craft idea that's out of this world!! Make a Space Xcellent Galaxy Jar! Combine some paint, glitter, cotton balls, and other craft items in a regular Mason jar for a cool, cosmic decoration. Click here for a step-by-step video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cK0ymM5azE  No federal endorsement intended.

Music to your ears! Build a homemade rainstick. A great craft idea for kids. Make music & explore sounds. Get creative with the decorations & designs. Click here for a step-by-step tutorial: https://www.giftofcuriosity.com/diy-rain-stick-craft/  No federal endorsement intended.

Light up the summer nights with a Tin Can Lantern! Make your own with an empty can, hammer, nails, and a candle. A fun & inexpensive way to create homemade candle holders. Click here for a full tutorial: https://www.hgtv.com/design/make-and-celebrate/handmade/how-to-make-a-tin-can-lantern  No federal endorsement intended.

Get prehistoric with Frozen Dinosaur Eggs! Put tiny toys inside of a balloon with food coloring or glitter, fill with water, and freeze. Peel the ballon away to discover frozen fun! Click here for a step by step tutorial: https://youtu.be/wgtlqH5GXs8 No federal endorsement intended.

Big fan of Nebraska wind? Create a homemade Critter Windsock from recycled containers. Combine any empty container (like a can, plastic bottle, or toilet paper roll) with some simple art supplies to create this Safe Summer craft. BEE creative! Make a lady bug, butterfly, or other fun critter. Add a wind chime for an extra touch. Click here for an online tutorial: http://meandmyinklings.com/index.php/2019/07/18/diy-windsocks-from-recycled-containers/  No federal endorsement intended.

Wash away your troubles with some bubbles! Create your own Safe Summer Homemade Bubbles! Easy to make and tons of fun! Click these links for bubble instructions and activities:



No federal endorsement intended.

Here's a new way to make a classic American treat just in time for Memorial Day! Safe @ Home Solar S'mores! You only need some common household items, chocolate, marshmallows, and graham crackers. Click here for full instructions: https://desertchica.com/diy-solar-oven-smores-kids-science-experiment/

Safe @ Home ART ROCKS! Make a fun caterpillar or rock cactus garden. Gather rocks, pebbles and sticks, then add some paint & creativity! Click here for rock garden caterpillar instructions: https://www.nelliebellie.com/garden-rock-caterpillar/  Click here to see rock cactus ideas:  http://maciplantsmagazine.womensbest.ru/744594-plants-cactus-painted-rocks-41-new-ideas.html

Have some Flower Frame Fun while you're staying Safe @ Home! Take beautiful spring flowers, a cardboard box, and some plastic wrap to create a simple work of art. Click here for directions:http://krokotak.com/2015/04/flower-panels/

*No federal endorsement intended.