Parkas and gloves will be needed in Sienna Plantation Dec. 5 and 6, as the forecast calls for snow and fun at the community’s Frost Fest.
Event-goers will be able to frolic in 30,000 pounds of snow 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 5 and 6, at Sienna’s Village of Sawmill Lake. Inflatables will add to the fun and people will be able to take holiday pictures in a life-sized snow globe. Radio station Sunny 99.1 will be on-site playing Christmas music.
On Sunday, visitors can don free ice skates and practice their spins as an ice rink will be staged at the model home park in the Village of Sawmill Lake.
“A mountain of snow, ice skating and other yuletide activities are sure to spark the holiday spirit,” said Christen Johnson, marketing director for Sienna Plantation.
Also helping set the mood will be holiday-scented rooms in all model homes in Sienna, including the 13 new models in the Village of Sawmill Lake, Sienna Plantation’s newest collection of neighborhoods.
“While touring our many luxurious models, visitors will be greeted by scented rooms, all in holiday fragrances,” Johnson said. “It will add a festive air to the model home tours.”
While at the Frost Fest, visitors also can purchase raffle tickets for one of the 16 lavishly decorated wreaths that will be on display in the models. All of the wreaths will be raffled and proceeds benefit Child Advocates of Fort Bend, which provides a voice for abused and neglected children through therapy, mentorship and advocacy. Two homes in Sienna Plantation will be among the residences showcased during the annual Casa Christmas Home Tour, slated for Dec. 11 and 12.
The wreaths will be on display and raffle tickets available at the Sienna Homefinder Center, 5777 Sienna Parkway, after Frost Fest.