09 October . 2018
10 ways to enjoy Rancho Sienna’s Harvest Festival on Sat., Oct. 13
Live music, food trucks, hayrides, pumpkin bowling and much more will be part of Rancho Sienna’s fifth annual Harvest Festival, taking place on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 12 noon to 3 p.m.
The Harvest Fest is free and everyone’s invited to come out and enjoy the festivities at Rancho Sienna, located along Ronald Reagan Boulevard, just south of S.H. 29.
Here are 10 tips for getting the most out of this family-friendly event.
- Arrive early and check in at Sienna House, because free Harvest Fest t-shirts will be given to the first 400 guests.
- Bring the kids. There’ll be plenty for the young ones, including pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting and balloon artists. Activities will also include bounce houses, train and hayrides, pumpkin bowling and pumpkin decorating.
- Bring an appetite. Sample free light bites from popular food trucks, a doughnut wall, and a cotton candy machine.
- Tell your friends who love wine and beer. Harvest Fest will have plenty to enjoy for those ages 21 and up, including a beer garden and a wine tasting area in Vineyard Park, our newest amenity.
- Be ready to smile! Vineyard Park will also host a fun photo backdrop for memorable photos.
- Make your holiday gift list. It’s never too early to start shopping for unique handmade crafts and works of art, and the Market Days area will offer a wide variety of local makers, including many Rancho Sienna residents.
- Bring a blanket and chairs. You don’t have to, but it could add to your enjoyment of our live music.
- Save time to see our new homes. With the Harvest Festival ending at 3 p.m., there’ll be plenty of time to visit our homebuilders in their beautifully decorated model homes, should you wish. They’ll be open ‘til 7, and they have a wide variety of new homes available for quick move-in.
- Meet some Rancho Sienna residents. If you really want to find out what it’s like to live in Rancho Sienna, talk to a resident, aka a future neighbor. They’ll be all around at the Harvest Festival, and you can meet some special resident ambassadors at Sienna House.
Explore the area. From food to culture, Liberty Hill, Georgetown and other Hill Country cities near Rancho Sienna offer many attractions to keep the fun going after the Harvest Festival ends. Explore some ideas with our Local Flavor guide.
The Harvest Festival is free, but please RSVP to let us now you’re coming, and pick up a free commemorative T-shirt.
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