In keeping with public health recommendations, this year's event was a socially distanced and festive celebration. Thanks to SAFD first responders from Fire Station 51 and all Woods neighbors who participated! Residents decorated mailboxes, yards and fences, and dressed pets and people in the spirit of Independence Day--to greet three fire trucks which processed through the neighborhood with fanfare. In 2021, we hope it will be safe, once again, for us to parade together to the community clubhouse for a visit with neighbors, tour of the firetruck and/or cool swim in the pool.
A community favorite! In Texas, hoping for more comfortable temperatures, we hold our event in October. Street ambassadors help organize gatherings where neighbors mingle and show their Woods of Shavano spirit. Stay tuned to this website and our WOSCA Facebook page for updates on how National Night Out will look in 2020's unusual climate.
The Community Association helps to organize and promote this neighborhood event. Sales are held at individual homes, and craft vendors sell at the clubhouse. Usually held in November.
If you dare, come earn your official W.O.S. Polar Pool Plunge Certificate for participating in this winter event in early January. After all, in Texas, it could be cool and frosty, or warm and sunny. What the heck, it's a fun event to raise funds for our community!
Watch for details in December's WOSCA newsletter.