The holidays are here! How do you plan to celebrate? At Sienna, we celebrate in style with activities for children, seniors and families — activities that keep our residents in the holiday spirit all month long.
A priority for our community is decking our halls. That starts with lighting up our beautiful Giving Tree. Our families come out for cocoa and food trucks. Children make ornaments to hang on the tree. The spirit of giving is emphasized as people arrive with donations for the Fort Bend charities present for the ceremony.
Many families enjoy putting up homemade decorations. We help by offering classes so they can create and take home something beautiful. If you tour our holiday lights, you might see spectacular wreaths and cute holiday signs made by residents in those classes. We even help adults mix it up a bit with at the Ugly Sweater cocktail-making class.
Are the holidays really the holidays without a family road trip? This year, Sienna families can join their neighbors for a trip to Santa’s Wonderland at College Station. It’s the biggest, light-filled attraction around and they can see it without parking hassles.
Our younger residents participate in activities just for them. Once a year, Mrs. Claus stops by the Sawmill Lake Club to read holiday stories to children ages 2 to 6. Little ones are encouraged to wear their PJs and bring blankets and teddy bears. Afterward, Mrs. Claus poses for photos while kids enjoy cookies.
Older children love attending our art classes, which are Christmas-themed in December. Sienna parents will be proudly displaying the rhinestone Christmas trees they will be learning how to make.
Our holiday parties are unique and stylish. Families who love tennis have an opportunity to play and give back to the community during a Deck the Halls with Tennis social and toy drive. The mixer for parents and kids features tennis games, food and a toy drive.
When it comes to parties, no one parties like Sienna seniors. Our active adults will be glamming it up for a Vegas-style casino night. Seniors are encouraged to dress up and try their hands at blackjack, craps and roulette. They will be munching on light appetizers, playing games and dancing the night away. The fee for all the fun is a new, unwrapped toy to be donated to the Fort Bend County Women’s Center. We wouldn’t mind being invited to that party!
Yes. Sienna residents really know how to celebrate the holidays. Want to join us? Come visit our model homes (they’re decorated for the holidays, too) and find out how you can become part of our community.