The Bond family discovered Rancho Sienna by accident while they were driving around and looking for a community with more amenities than their old Leander neighborhood. Four years later, they’re very happy they made the wrong turn.
Do some holiday shopping at Rancho Sienna on Sat., Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and help raise funds for a new digital reading curriculum at Rancho Sienna Elementary School. More than 60 vendors, including many Rancho residents, will be offering unique handmade items. Photos with Santa, food trucks, face painting and raffle prizes will add to the festivities.
With more than 50,000 students, the world-class University of Texas at Austin is central to Austin’s identity as a hip intellectual center. But look at little deeper, and you’ll find at least six more thriving public colleges and universities contributing to higher education in the Austin area.
There are literally millions of twinkling lights to enjoy near Rancho Sienna during the holiday season, plus fun activities and classic performances. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, here’s our guide to holiday fun in Georgetown, Austin and the Hill Country.