5-5 ADA Relocation Guide to Fort Sill

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Hours of Operation

Monday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Contact

4700 Mow-Way Road
Bldg. 4700
Google Map

Handicap Accessible

Tel:
+1 (580)442-4916

Military DSN Tel:
(312)639-4916

On and Off Post Housing

On-Post Housing

First, go to Housing Service Office: Located in the Welcome Center (Bldg. 4700). Contact the installation HSO prior to renting, buying, or leasing off post. This is a necessary step to protect you from doing business with an agency that may be off limits, or is one with accumulated complaints on file. +1 (580)442-5190, +1 (580)442-3778 or +1 (580)442-2813

Corvias Military Living On-Post Housing: Fort Sill's on-post family housing is currently operated by Corvias Military Housing. They can be reached at +1 (580)581-2144 or  http://sill.corviasmilitaryliving.com.

Area Housing

Do you have children?

The following link will provide useful resources you may need.

CYS Services

 

Employment Readiness Program

Employment Readiness Program (ERP)

The Army Community Service Family Member Employment Readiness Program provides information and referral services in the areas of employment, education, training, transition, and volunteer opportunities to give the client the competitive edge needed to secure employment.

We provide current information and supportive services to minimize the employment problems associated with relocation.

The Employment Readiness Program, a service offered to you by Army Community Service (ACS) at Fort Sill, Oklahoma! It offers an excellent program that provides you with the latest information on employment, education, training, transition, and volunteer opportunities.

Military transitions are always a challenge. To help you thrive with success through these changes, the Employment Readiness program gives you the tools and resources to be competitive while you are stationed at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Prior to relocating, prepare and hand carry:

  • Your credentials and ensure that you have up-to-date records of employers’ address, title, etc
  • Transcripts
  • Certifications (if you have hold a professional certification, call ahead to find out that the procedure is for transferring your certification to the new location.
  • Update your resume.
  • Contact Past Employers for Recommendations.
  • Call the Employment Readiness at the new duty station.
  • Make contacts at the new duty station.
  • If a family member is looking for employment but does not have a Social Security Number, obtain one before you leave your present location. For information, call the Social Security Administration which is usually listed in the white pages on the telephone directory under” Social Security.” 
  • Budget for unemployment
  • A list of income and monthly expenses (home mortgage or rent, life insurance payments, food, transportation, etc) should be developed for the first six months after you move. Do not forget to include relocation expenses.
  • If you are a current Civil Service employee, consult your servicing CPAC office with questions about Military Spouse Preference opportunities, forms that should be hand carried, and the possibility of taking extended leave without pay.
  • If employment will require background security investigation, maintain a current listing of previous residences and dates to facilitate completion of any requirements.

Collect and hand carry the following with you to your new duty assignment:

  • School transcripts.
  • Undated resume.
  • Name, addresses, and telephone number of three references.
  • These should not be your immediate supervisor.
  • Professional Certifications.
  • Special awards or honors.
  • Letters of recommendations/appreciation from current employer.
  • Volunteer career portfolio.

 

After relocation:

  • Contact the Employment Readiness Office
  • Survey Employment opportunities
  • Prepare Resume
  • Schedule Job interviews

If you desire personal assistance, plan to see the Employment Readiness Program at your installation 3 months prior to relocation and during the first three months following your arrival at the new duty station.

 

Local Employment

Federal Employment:

Medical:

Various Other Type of Employment:

Career Search Engines:

Various Contractors on Post:

SAIC

Tools:

Youth Employment:

Resources:

Disclaimer: These links do not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Army or Fort Sill Army Community Service. The DOD, U.S. Army and ACS are in no way responsible for any fees or costs you my incur by visiting or patronizing these sites.

Relocation Information

Fort Sill Welcome Packet

Start Right Program:

Fort Sill's Newcomer's Orientation is required for all active duty Soldiers. Family members are invited and encouraged to attend. The orientation is held at the Welcome Center (Bldg. 4700) Mow-Way Road. A variety of installation agencies is represented and brief about their programs and services. If you are new to Fort Sill, come on out to the briefing and learn about this great assignment. Please contact the Relocation Program Assistant at+1 (580) 442-4916 or +1 (580)442-3095 for more information.

Relocation Assistance

 

Telephone Numbers:

  • Post Operator, +1 (580)442-8111, DSN (312)639-8111
  • Fire, Police, Ambulance, 911
  • American Red Cross and the Armed Forces Emergency Service Center, +1 (580)442-2426

Healthcare

Fort Sill Housing

Area Housing

Entertainment and Travel

Child Care

Education

Local Employment

Important Links

Utilities

Moving to Fort Sill?

Fort Sill Welcome Packet

For information about Fort Sill community programs and agencies, you may contact our Information and Referral Program by calling any one of the following phone numbers between 7:30am-4:30pm (CT)

Pre-Arrival Support

  • Attention all PCSing personnel: After completion of your LEVY Section briefing, please visit your local Army Community Service (ACS) Center to receive assistance in preparation for your relocation.
  • Sponsorship Program: The Relocation Readiness team, Army Community Service (ACS), offers training to personnel who are responsible for the unit’s sponsorship program, and for personnel who will provide sponsorship services to newcomers. The training is offered online and in the classroom. You will learn the concept of the program, discuss AR 600-8-8, The Total Army Sponsorship Program, how to be an efficient sponsor and the difficulties encountered by both sponsors and newcomers.
  • Youth Sponsorship: The Child and Youth Services (CYS) School Liaison and the Relocation Readiness Program (RRP) assist our school age children in obtaining teen sponsorship. Relocation does not have to be hard on kids, and the sponsorship program is designed to ease the transition.

Military Installations Worldwide
http://www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil
This is the official Department of Defense Web Page containing detailed information about military installations worldwide! Obtain information, photos, phone numbers and maps to assist when relocating.

Fort Sill Web Page
http://sill-www.army.mil/
Installation-wide activities, information, maps, and important links are found on this web page. This is the official Fort Sill web page.

Welcome Packets
Fort Sill Welcome packets are available for incoming Soldiers and Families at the Welcome Center (Bldg. 4700) and are provided during the Day 2 Newcomer’s Orientation. Welcome packets will be mailed upon request to individuals prior to arrival at Fort Sill. You can also customize your own welcome packet by visiting http://www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil website.

For a Welcome packet and/or questions please e-mail our office.

Arrival Support

  • Taxi Cab Service: The only taxi-cab service allowed to enter the installation is Peoples Cab. The phone number is +1 (580)357-9999.
  • Weapons Registration: Bldg. 4700, Rm 231. IAW Fort Sill Reg

190-1, 10 June 2009, civilian employees working on Fort Sill; retirees who frequent Fort Sill for weapons-related purposes; and Military personnel assigned or attached to Fort Sill (who reside on post), will register their privately owned firearms (to include antiques, collectables, bows, knives (with more than a 3 inch blade), ceremonial firearms and operational war trophies) on the installation within one working day of the soldier or the firearm(s) arriving at Fort Sill. If a soldier does not yet have a unit assigned, the weapon can be registered without the Commander’s Signature.  If a soldier lives off post, then he/she needs to seek his/her Commander’s directive as to whether they are/are not required to register his/her weapons on Fort Sill.

  • Motorcycles: Must attend the Basic Rider Course prior to riding any motorcycle. Go online to https://apps.imcom.army.mil/airs using your CAC  card to signup for the following classes or call +1 (580)442-4215 for more information.
    • Remedial/Drivers Improvement Training
    • Intermediate Driver's Training
    • Basic Motorcycle Course
    • BRC2 (ERC) Course
    • Military Sports Bike Rider Course
    • ATV Training Course

Required documents: ID Card, Driver's License (with motorcycle endorsement), Defense Driver's Course Card (can be obtained at the Post Safety Office if you don't already have one), Motorcycle Registration (state), and Proof of Insurance.

  • Children Safety/Seat Belts: Use of child restraint seat and seat belts are the law in the state of Oklahoma and Fort Sill.
  • Cellular Phones: Use of cell phones while driving on the installation is prohibited unless you have an accessory for hands-free usage.
  • Off limits areas: Wooded areas, firing ranges, impact areas, and bodies of water are off-limits, except for units or personnel with proper authorizations.
  • Accidents: Report all traffic accidents to the MP station, Bldg. 1649, phone +1 (580)442-2102.
  • Lodging: Ensure you make your lodging reservations prior to your arrival. Don’t forget to inquire about the pet policy in lodging prior to making your reservations.

Military personnel and family members on orders to Fort Sill may contact our Fort Sill Lodging to secure room reservations, +1 (580)442-5000, DSN (312)639-5000 or toll-free +1 (877)711-8326 or visit http://www.ihg.com/hotels/us/en/reservation.

  • Housing Service Office: Located in the Welcome Center (Bldg. 4700). Contact the installation HSO prior to renting, buying, or leasing off-post. This is a necessary step to protect you from doing business with an agency that may be off limits, or is one with accumulated complaints on file. +1 (580)442-5190+1 (580)442-3778 or +1 (580)442-2813

Corvias Military Living On-Post Housing: Fort Sill's on-post family housing is currently operated by Corvias Military Housing.  They can be reached at 580-581-2144 or  http://sill.corviasmilitaryliving.com.

  • Lending Closet: While waiting for your household goods to arrive, basic household items are available for loan (no cost) for up to 30 days!Items are for incoming and outgoing Service Members, Families and DoD Civilians. We have small electrical appliances, kitchen utensils, cookware, tableware, children items, sleeping folding mats, folding tables and chairs, and much more. We are located in Bldg. 4700 on the 1st floor within ACS. Closed on Holidays and Saturdays/Sundays. Please bring your military ID card and copy of your PCS orders. Contact phone number is +1 (580)442-4916 or +1 (580)442-3095.
  • Start Right "Soldier-In-Processing": The orientation is on Thursdays 8-8:30 a.m. at
    the Graham Resiliency Training Campus on 2934 March Road.  Please contact the Relocation Program at +1 (580) 442-4916 or +1 (580)442-2360 for more information.
  • Reentry Briefing: If you are returning from an Overseas assignment, you will be made aware of the different symptoms associated with reverse culture shock. You will also learn how to identify the symptoms and how to take care of your self and your family while going through this difficult stage. The reentry session is offered during the newcomers’ orientation every Tuesday.
  • Hearts Apart Waiting Families Program: Did you know that the Army sponsors a waiting families program at each installation? The program is designed to assist families geographically separated due to mission requirements (Drill Sergeants, Deployments, Unaccompanied Tours...). Call +1 (580)442-2360 for more information.
  • Culture Connection: The Fort Sill Culture Connection Program is specially designed for our military multi-cultural family members. We want to welcome our foreign-born spouses and embrace them into our community. For more information, call+1 (580)442-4916 or +1 (580)442-3095. We have a very active and fun group.
  • Immigration/Naturalization Information and Assistance: Soldiers wanting information or assistance regarding citizenship, immigration/naturalization should contact Legal Assistance at +1 (580)442-5058. These services are offered free on-post. An Immigration Law and Issues class is offered quarterly. English as a Second Language (ESL) is offered in the local community. For more information, call +1 (580)442-2360.
  • Home Alone Policy: If you have children, be aware of the Fort Sill’s Home Alone regulation. The age of your child determines if she/he can be left home alone and for how long. You may stop by ACS to obtain material on this policy or access USAFACFS Regulation 210-12 for details.
  • Fort Sill Vet Clinic: +1 (580)442-3416
    • Vaccinations for dogs and cats
    • Heartworm Checks and Heartworm Prevention
    • Microchipping
    • Health Certificates
    • Sick Call By Appointment
    • Surgical Services (spay, neuter, mass removals, gastropexies)
    • Dental Cleanings, Extractions, and Root Canals
    • Digital Radiography and Ultrasounds
    • Variety of in-house laboratory services
    • Flea and Tick Control Products, Prescription Medication, Pet Care Products

 

 

Reporting to Fort Sill: 

Permanently Assigned to Fort Sill: Report to the Personnel Processing Branch or Welcome Center, Building 4700, Mow-Way Road, Monday - Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

After duty hours and weekends all Soldiers report to the east entrance of Building, 4700 Mow-Way road, +1 (580)442-3217. If you are unaccompanied SGT (E5) or below a temporary room will be provided for you. Soldiers accompanied by dependent family members, or SSG (E6) or above must check with lodging building 5676 (Ferguson Street).

Contact your Relocation Readiness Program office for assistance in any of the topics mentioned here, or any other issue you may encounter when planning your relocation.

Marine Inbound Personnel:

Upon arrival at Fort Sill, report to the Marine Corps Artillery Detachment, Building #759, 759 McNair Avenue for administrative processing. The telephone numbers are +1 (580)442-3979 or +1 (580)442-6199. The Staff Duty extension is DSN (312)639-5615. Inbound Officers should contact the Detachment Executive Officer, +1 (580)442-6498, as your PCS date nears so we know when to expect you. For more information check out the Fort Sill Marine Corps Detachment homepage at http://sill-www.army.mil/usmc/index.htm.

Shopping:

      • Shopping is available on and off post in the Lawton-Fort Sill community. Although this is a relatively small community, you will not miss the large city commodities. Keep in mind that our location allows for quick trips to Dallas, TX and Oklahoma City for shopping needs as well.
      • PX: Find your local PX in Bldg. 1718 Macomb Road, a 58-thousand square feet store.
      • PXTRA: Across from the PX, find our ‘seasonal’ store. You can purchase toys, furniture, appliances, Christmas decorations, and lawn care equipment from the PXTRA.
      • Commissary: The newly remodeled Commissary sits back to back from the PX, building 1719 Macomb Road. Call +1 (580)442-3601 to get a recording of the Commissary hours.

Additionally, you will find Shoppette/gasoline stations on Sheridan Road and Fort Sill Blvd.

Fort Sill and the US Army do not imply endorsement of any of the off-post or non-military agencies listed.

Pre-Departure Support

    • Overseas-bound orientations: Mandatory for Soldier going to overseas locations including Hawaii, Europe, Japan, Korea, Alaska and Middle East locations. Whenever only one or two individuals are PCSing to a specific location, deck side orientation is offered. Although the orientation is mandatory for Soldiers, spouses are strongly encouraged to attend.
    • CONUS bound orientation: This is a generic informational orientation offered to Soldiers and family members relocating to stateside installations. This briefing assists with many aspects of the relocation process.
    • PCS Workshop for Spouses:  Timelines, tips and advice to ensure your next move is less stressful. Call ACS to RSVP +1 (580)442-4916.     
    • Relocation Financial Planning ClassOffered by ACS, Financial Readiness Program. This briefing is mandatory for E1 – E4 service members.
    • Sponsorship ProgramAll PCSing Soldiers are offered the opportunity to request a sponsor from the gaining installation. A sponsor request, DA Form 5434 should be filled out and presented to your unit.
Lending Closet Info

While waiting for your household goods to arrive, basic household items are available for loan (No Cost) for up to 30 days!

Moving is a part of life for Soldiers and their Families. When transitioning to a new location, Army Community Service (ACS), Relocation Readiness Program has several resources to keep the total Army Family ready and resilient. One of those services is the ACS Lending Closet. The Lending Closet provides basic housekeeping items for temporary loan to incoming and outing going Families. Items include:

  • hospitality kits (dishes, pots/pans, silverware, glasses)
  • coffee makers
  • crock pots
  • toasters
  • irons/ironing boards
  • mattress
  • cots
  • folding tables/chairs
  • vacuum cleaners
  • portable baby cribs
  • high chairs

We are located in Bldg. 4700 on the 1st floor within ACS. Closed on Holidays and Saturdays/Sundays. Please bring your military ID card and copy of your PCS orders. Contact phone number is +1 (580)442-4916 or +1 (580)442-3095.

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Useful Websites

Oklahoma's Official Website: https://www.ok.gov/

Oklahoma Tourism: http://www.travelok.com/ http://www.oktourism.com/

Oklahoma Tourism Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelOK

Oklahoma City Hotels, Restaurants, Events & Things to Do: http://visitokc.com

Discover Oklahoma TV: http://discoveroklahomatv.com/

City of Lawton: http://www.cityof.lawton.ok.us/

Lawton Chamber of Commerce: http://lawtonfortsillchamber.com/

Lawton/Fort Sill City Tour: http://www.adv-travel.com/city-tours.html

Fort Sill Weather: http://www.wunderground.com/us/ok/lawton

Lawton Weather: http://www.wunderground.com/us/ok/fort%20Sill

Recreation Websites

Area Attractions

As one of Oklahoma’s largest Metropolitan areas, Lawton-Fort Sill serves as a prominent shopping, medical, recreational, educational and religious center for the region. Located in the heart of southwest Oklahoma, Lawton-Fort Sill is a great place to experience the influence of Native Americans, pioneers and military heroes.  Explore nature’s beauty in over 22,000 acres of wildlife habitat at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife refuge or fish and boat on one of the many area lakes.

Lawton-Fort Sill is only 90 miles from Oklahoma City, where you’ll find a diverse area of urban culture in old-fashioned neighborhoods like the Plaza District and Bricktown. If you love sports, Oklahoma City boasts a professional basketball team (Oklahoma City Thunder), a Triple-A baseball team (Oklahoma City Redhawks) and a hockey team (Oklahoma City Blazers).

Dallas/Fort Worth is a 3-hour drive. Watch the 2011 NBA National Champion Mavericks, 2010 American League Champion Texas Rangers or the NFL Dallas Cowboys.  Both cities offer numerous shopping, arts and sight-seeing opportunities.

Whether you are a history buff, sports fanatic or something in between, Lawton-Fort Sill, and the surrounding areas, has something for you.

Things to do at Fort Sill, in Lawton and nearby:

Museums

Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museums - 435 Quanah Rd, Fort Sill, OK 73505
Visitors can walk the grounds of this historic frontier army post and feel the atmosphere from the past while enjoying programs presented by the museum throughout the year. Exhibit facilities are open to the public including the Interpretive Center, a cavalry barracks furnished to 1875, the 1872 guardhouse, the Warrior's Journey Native American gallery and several others. It also houses one of the largest collections in the US Army Museum system with over 230,000 3-dimensional objects and archival materials. For more information visit sill-www.army.mil/Museum/FSNHLM or call +1 (580)442-5123.

Museum of the Great Plains - 601 NW Ferris Ave, Lawton, OK 73501
The Museum features special collections and exhibits which spotlight the cultural and natural history of the Great Plains. The Red River Trading Post is a replica of the trading posts which existed in the region in the 1830s and 1840s that feature a fortified log stockade and two-story trader's cabin. The Red River Trading Post hosts a Spring Encampment in May and Fall Encampment in November. For more information visit museumgreatplains.org or call +1 (580)581-3460.

Comanche National Museum and Cultural Center - 701 NW Ferris Ave, Lawton, OK 73505
The museum, an entity of the Great Comanche Nation, offers visitors a glimpse of traditional cultural objects and detailed historical information about the largest American Indian tribe in southwest Oklahoma. Located inside Elmer Thomas Park, the museum tells the story of the Comanche people through informative panels, interactive displays, and historical artifacts. For more information visit comanchemuseum.com or call +1 (580)353-0404.

Historic Mattie Beal Home - 1006 SW 5th St, (5th & Summit Ave) Lawton, OK 73501
The Historic Mattie Beal Home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a 14 room Greek Revival style mansion constructed in 1909. In the land lottery of 1901, in which the federal government opened southwest Oklahoma for settlement, the second name drawn was Mattie Beal. This determined young woman from Wichita Kansas chose her 160-acre allotment south of the Lawton town site. Instant fame was hers and she received hundreds of marriage proposals but it was the local lumberyard owner Charles Payne who stole her heart; they married in 1902. The home is restored to the way Mattie Beal remodeled it in 1923 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more information visit lawtonheritage.org or call +1 (580)678-3156.

Outdoors

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge & Mount Scott
White, rugged and weathered, the Wichita Mountains offers visitors the opportunity to visit one of oldest mountain ranges in North America. Over 22,000 acres are open for hiking and general wildlife observation. The lakes, streams, canyons, mountains and grasslands are ideal for hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, photography and other permitted outdoor activities.

Mount Scott is one of Oklahoma’s most prominent peaks, rising 2500 feet above the plains.  Located on the eastern edge of the wildlife refuge, it is a legendary site that boasts tales of ancient spirits, Spanish gold, and buried outlaw loot. A 3.5-mile paved road leads to the summit and breathtaking views of southwest Oklahoma.  For more information visit www.fws.gov/refuge/Wichita_Mountains.

Holy City - 262 Holy City Rd, Cache, OK 73527
Any trip to the refuge should include a visit to the Holy City of the Wichitas. The first buildings were built as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project in the 1930s, with completion by 1936. The Holy City sits in the middle of the wildlife refuge and features 22 native granite buildings. A natural amphitheater is a setting for the nation’s longest running Easter Passion Play, “The Prince of Peace.” For more information visit theholycitylawton.com or call +1 (580)429-3361.

Medicine Park
Medicine Park is a cobblestone community located near the main entrance to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife refuge. The town was founded in 1908 as Oklahoma’s first planned tourism resort. The town boasts close to 50 businesses including a tavern and winery, gift shops, restaurants, and cabins.

Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area (LETRA) - 7463 Deer Creek Canyon Rd, Fort Sill, OK 73503
LETRA is Fort Sill’s premier recreation destination meeting your recreation and lodging needs with close proximity to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Medicine Park, and Fort Sill. LETRA is located at the base of Mt. Scott on a 360 acre, no-wake lake with year round camping availability, fishing, fishing boat rentals, biking, and hiking.  Summer Season activities include a lifeguarded beach swimming area, double flume waterslide and paddle boat, kayak and canoe rentals. For more information visit the LETRA webpage or call +1 (580)442-5858.

Arts for All Festival – Shepler Park, W Gore Blvd., Lawton, OK 73501 (between SW 4th St & SW 5th St)
The 2016 Arts for All Festival will be held May 13, 14, 15 at Shepler Park. Arts For All is an organization of major arts groups in Lawton that was formed in 1977 to collectively foster and fund the arts in the community. Arts For All member groups provide the volunteers needed to present major events such as the Arts of All Festival and the Arts For All Gala. For more information visit lawtonafa.org.

Lawton Rangers Rodeo – L.O. Ranch, 2004 SE 60th St, Lawton, OK 73501
The Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo is one of the top 50 rodeos in the U.S. Over 400 of the most skilled cowboys and cowgirls in the country will compete in tie-down roping, team roping, steer wrestling, bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, and barrel racing. Grab your cowboy hat and head out to the Lawton Rangers PRCA Rodeo each night to watch edge-of-your-seat rodeo action, as well as live entertainment. Admire the well-groomed horses, the high-spirited bulls and the participants who will showcase their abilities. For more information on upcoming events in Lawton and the surrounding area visit lawtonrangers.com.

Lawton Speedway – 3501 S. Sheridan Rd., Lawton, OK 73501
Experience exciting sprint, limited modified, mini stock, and USRA modified races at the Lawton speedway on Saturdays from April through October. For more information visit lawtonspeedway.com or call +1 (580)355-6417.

Free Batting Cages +1 (580)442-2526 on Fort Sill - MG Dinges Sports Complex (South of the Sheridan Rd Shoppette)
Softball players can practice hitting balls from slow pitch or fast pitch machines. The batting cages are free to use. For more information, call the sports office at +1 (580)442-2526 or +1 (580)442-2489.

Lawton-Fort Sill Bicycle Map and Safety Tips

Indoors

Comanche County Fairgrounds; Great Plains Coliseum - 920 S Sheridan Rd., Lawton, OK 73505
See all the events the coliseum has to offer from consumer trade shows, crafts shows, auctions, concerts, livestock shows, rodeos, fights, basketball, fairs, festivals and more. Check out upcoming events by visiting www.gpcoliseum.com or call +1 (580)357-1483.

Stephens County Fairgrounds – 2002 South 13th St., Duncan, OK 73533
Check out fun events like Rodeos, Barrel Racing, Livestock Events, Circus, 4H Activities, Quilt Shows, Fish & Tackle Shows, Gun Shows, Stephens County Free Fair and more. Visit stephenscountyok.com/fairgrounds or call +1 (580)255-2980 for more information.

Lawton Community Theatre - 1316 NW Bell Ave, Lawton, OK 73507
Enjoy upcoming performances, plays, or even audition for one at your local Lawton Community Theatre. With their mission “To promote live theatre and enrich the quality of life in southwest Oklahoma by entertaining, enlightening, and celebrating the human spirit“ you are sure to have a great time with friends, a night out on the town with that special someone or the whole family. Visit lct-ok.org for more information and tickets or call the box office at +1 (580)355-1600.

Leslie Powell Gallery – 620 SW D Ave., Lawton, OK 73501
The Leslie Powell Gallery hosts 6 art shows a year, each running two months. The shows feature both regional and national artists. In addition to the art shows, the Gallery also hosts Lunch Bag Lectures, concerts, poetry readings and book readings. For more information visit lpartgallery.org, facebook.com/lpartgallery or call +1 (580)357-9526.

Cameron University Aggies Sporting Events
Support your local Cameron Aggies Baseball & Softball teams this Spring. Games are free for active duty military and their family members. For more information on ticket prices and schedules of upcoming games visit cameronaggies.com.

Movie Theatres

Sheridan Road Theatre - 3260 Koehler Loop, Fort Sill, OK 73503. Call +1 (580)353-5623 for show times.

IMAX Theatre - Patriot 13 2803 NW 67th St., Lawton, OK 73505
For more information visit www.carmike.com/ok/patriot-13-lawton-ok or call +1 (580)956-8073.

AMC Lawton 12 - (inside Central Mall) 200 SW C Ave., Lawton, OK 73501
For more information visit www.amctheatres.com/Starplex-Cinemas-Lawton-12 and select Lawton under “Locations” or call +1 (580)353-8822.

Carmike Cinema 8 – 7102 NW Cache Rd, Lawton, OK 73505
For more information visit www.carmike.com and search for Lawton, OK or call +1 (580)536-7407.

Vaska Theatre – 1902 NW Ferris Ave, Lawton, OK 73507
Vaska is the last of Lawton's original movie theatres offering a family environment at affordable prices. For show times visit facebook.com/VASKA-Theatre-151556295015500/ or call +1 (580)353-5000.

 

Religious Services and Chapels

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Worship Services

  • Jewish
  • Roman Catholic
  • Protestant
  • Latter Day Saints

Faith Based Counseling (Family Life Chaplain)

Religious education and Faith Formation Classes

  • Bible Studies, confirmation, faith-formation for all ages, Vacation Bible Study, Protestant Women of the Chapel, Catholic Women of the Chapel

Retreats

  • Singles Strong Bonds
  • Married Strong Bonds 

Post Wide programs

  • Wednesday night Religious Education @ Frontier Chapel Center (FCC)
  • Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) - 1st Friday of the Month
  • Protestant Women of the chapel (PWOC) - 1st Wednesday of the Month
  • Monthly Community Prayer Luncheon - 1st Thursday of the month (FCC)
  • Vacation Bible School
  • Bible studies
  • Choir(s)
  • Hallelujah harvest
  • Summer vacation Bible school

For more information

Fort Sill Religious Support Office Trifold

Fort Sill Religious Support Office Trifold

Do you have any questions?

We will answer them or get you in contact with the experts who can! Just call us at +1 (580)442-4916 on Mon - Fri from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.