Browse booths overflowing with farm-fresh produce at Sienna Plantation’s first Community Farmers Market, Sunday, Oct. 30.
The master-planned community will host the event in partnership with resident owners of SweetNes Honey, a local supplier of raw honey, at the train depot parking lot near the amphitheater, 9600 Scanlan Trace, from 1-5 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Prepare to polka as Sienna Plantation fires up the oompah band for its age 21-and-up Oktoberfest celebration at the Village of Sawmill Lake model home park, 9815 Cameron Way, 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
Hungry fans of street fare will be able to choose from a range of gourmet treats during a mobile food fest at Sienna Plantation Oct. 14.
At Truck N’ Munch, more than 20 Houston-area food trucks will gather from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Club Sienna parking lot, 9600 Scanlan Trace, to serve up lobster rolls, burgers, sushi, tacos, ice cream sandwiches, old-fashioned sundaes and more.
The public has spoken and Ron Brandani has been selected as the resident who best represents master-planned Sienna Plantation during the “I Am Sienna” promotion.
A total of 15,320 votes were cast during the online competition in which five well-known Sienna residents vied to win $5,000 for their favorite charity. Brandani was the winner with 57 percent of the vote.
Sienna Plantation will showcase more than 20 “boo-tiful” models and resale homes during Open Homes October.
Throughout the month, visitors can tour Sienna’s 21 model homes showcasing designs for patio homes, garden homes, executive designs and custom homes priced from the $280,000s. Sixteen of the models are found in Sienna’s newest enclave, the Village of Sawmill Lake. Builders will have a cornucopia of money-saving promotions during the event.
Also during the month will be open houses of existing homes for sale in master-planned Sienna Plantation.
Musical group Mango Punch will bring some “Uptown Funk” to Fort Bend’s Sienna Plantation Friday, Sept. 23.
During the free performance, concertgoers can “Move Like Jagger” from 7-10 p.m. at the master-planned community’s amphitheater, 3777 Sienna Parkway. It is open to the public.
Voted the Houston area’s “Best Latin Band” six years in a row by the Houston Music Press, Mango Punch plays a mix of Top 40, salsa and rock.
Prepare to polka as Sienna Plantation fires up the oompah band for an Oktoberfest celebration at the Village of Sawmill Lake model home park, 9815 Cameron Way, 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
Lederhosen is not required to enjoy the festivities, which include music, food, games and a Biergarten (ages 21 and up), but a $10 admission fee is. Participants will receive a commemorative Sienna bierstein and one drink and one food item per ticket. The event is open to the public, and proceeds benefit the Fort Bend Education Foundation.
Sienna Plantation’s Village of Sawmill Lake is playing host to mobile eats and street treats during Food Truck Fridays in September.