Get Ready for Some Spooky, Scary Fun at SeaWorld’s Howl-O-Scream Event Near Fort Sam Houston

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or you’re just looking to get into the spirit of the season, Howl-O-Scream at San Antonio’s SeaWorld is guaranteed to send a shiver down your spine.

Every weekend in October, this marine park transforms into a sprawling house of horrors, offering 10 haunted mazes and spooky Terror-Tories. During the day, Howl-O-Scream is a great place to take the family for some fall fun, but beware: After 7 p.m., the park's atmosphere takes a sinister turn toward the ghastly and ghoulish! If you dare, venture into Prey, where the hunter becomes the hunted, or check yourself into the Intensive Cursed Unit maze for some deranged medical care. Don your favorite costume and prepare to run in fear, Fort Sam Houston residents!

Admission to Howl-O-Scream is included in standard park admission. Check online for ticketing options. The park is open until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Sundays and until midnight on Saturdays.

Howl-O-Scream at Sea World
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights between September 26 and October 31
10500 Sea World Drive
San Antonio, TX 78251
(210) 523-3000

Get in the Halloween Spirit at Morgan’s Wonderland’s More Delightful Than Frightful Near Fort Sam Houston

At Morgan's Wonderland's annual event More Delightful Than Frightful, seasonal cheer trumps fear. Visit this amusement park near Fort Sam Houston between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Friday, October 31, for a fun evening of fall festivities and trick-or-treating. Dress in your Halloween costume and travel the park collecting candy. The night will feature "Boogie Monster Mash," a live musical performance, as well as face painting and carnival rides. More Delightful Than Frightful is intended for children up to age 12. Special needs people of all ages are also welcome.

Admission to More Delightful Than Frightful is $5, or bring three non-perishable items to donate to the San Antonio Food Bank. This event is sponsored by the District 5840 Rotary Club, with additional support from Hershey and Graham Family Dentistry.

If you're looking for a fun-filled place to celebrate Halloween, look no further than Morgan's Wonderland's More Delightful Than Frightful!

More Delightful Than Frightful
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, October 31
Morgan's Wonderland
5223 David Edwards Drive
San Antonio, TX 78233
(210) 495-5888

Pools Open Today!

The weather\’s warming up, so that means the swimming pools opening. In fact, it\’ll be open today at 4:00 p.m. Below you will find the pool news and pool procedures, so please review them with your family! We want you to have a wonderful summer, but a safe one as well.

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Please, read below and let us know if you have any questions and/or concerns!




National Window Safety Awareness Week April 7th – 13th


Spring is here, and with it comes the almost irresistible desire for young kids to peer out of windows to see and smell what the season has to offer. Who can blame them, right? But with that desire comes the risk of window accidents, and they happen more often than you imagine and often with grim results.

According to the Senior Director of Safe Communities America for the National Safety Council, Donna Stein-Harris, “Tragic window falls can happen in just seconds. When it comes to window safety, there is no substitute for the importance of adult supervision of children to help keep them safe.”

National Window Safety Week runs from April 7th – 13th and Lincoln Military Housing will be participating in the promotion of this week through, increased communication and awareness of child window safety throughout the community.  In addition to increased communication and awareness during this very important week we also have added warning stickers to every second story window in our homes. These stickers are there to help remind you and your family of the dangers of windows. Take some time this week to explain to your children what these stickers are for and stop by  The National Safety Council’s website. They have some great tips that you can use to teach your family about window safety!

In fact, here are a few tips you can implement immediately around your home:

  • Provide extra supervision to children when near windows, balconies or patio doors
  • When opening windows for ventilation, only open ones that children cannot access
  • Insect screens are designed to keep bugs out, not to keep children in–do not rely on them to prevent falls
  • Be sure to practice your family’s emergency escape plan at least twice a year, and keep all exits clear of hazards like cords or toys
  • If there are children around, make sure to keep all reachable windows closed and locked
  • Make sure nothing is blocking or preventing a window from being opened in the case of an emergency

We hope these help, and don’t forget to visit your housing office for more information and to get a fun filled Window Safety Coloring Book for the kids!




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Fort Sam Houston’s Monster Bash

We are excited to announce our annual Monster Bash, which will be held on Wednesday, October 24th, at the Lincoln Resident Center–407 Dickman. H-E-Buddy and his staff, will be here to judge all of the wonderful costumes, and judging on the following age categories:

  • 0-5 years
  • 6-12 years
  • 13-18 years

You must be a resident of Lincoln Military Housing to attend. Please RSVP no later than October 16th at: Please be sure to include the following information when you RSVP: Name, address, number of children attending, and their age group.

Starting on 18 October (for those who rsvp’d) be sure to stop by your Local Community Center, to pick up your special entry number. Please place on the back of your child’s costume, as HEBuddy and his staff will be walking around judging costumes. The nights’ winners will be announced at 7:30 p.m.




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