Sienna Hosts Fun and Free Toddler Fair for Families

This post is generously sponsored by our friends at Sienna.

As we welcome springtime to Houston, families have lots of reasons to be out and about again. There’s always something fun going on in our sprawling metropolis. Just a glance at our Houston Moms events calendar will give you options galore. We’d like to highlight one very special event happening on March 26 that you shouldn’t miss: The Sienna Toddler Fair!

Designed For the Littlest of the Little Ones

When you have young kids, a lot of family-friendly events are still not quite friendly enough for them. However, the Sienna Toddler Fair is designed just for the littles in mind. This annual event offers tot-sized fun perfect for youngsters ages 8 and under.

Little kids will delight at the sight of the kiddie rides built just for them. Not ready for that level of excitement quite yet? Then hop on the trackless train for a mini trip around the grounds. The entire family is welcome to ride along!

Kids who love animals will enjoy the petting zoo where youngsters can caress soft and furry critters. When they ask to take one home though, head straight to the balloon artist. Ask for a twisty balloon crafted into a puppy or other animal to bring back to the house instead. Afterward, lead your child to the face painting station where an artist will indulge them with colorful artwork. Hopefully, this will help them forget all about trying to get a goat to be the new family pet.

Interactive Entertainment and “Celebrity” Sightings

Energetic kiddos can revel in some interactive tumbling and games. Meanwhile, others might just want to chill on the grass and listen to music. Kids will love the jovial sing-along with popular Houston-based musician Andyroo, who produces family-friendly music for the school-aged set. Whenever Andyroo shows up, kids can expect to embark on a musical journey with lots of fun songs and edutainment.

Andyroo is not the only celebrity scheduled to appear at the festival. The rumor is that the Toddler Fair has invited some of your kids’ favorite characters as well! If you have a little one who likes to meet characters, then they’re going to be super excited to interact with some popular costumed ones at the event.

If all that wasn’t enough, the Toddler Fair has other activities and surprises planned for the day as well. Mark the date on your calendar and come join the festivities!

Sienna Toddler Fair Tickets and Other Helpful Information

  • Admission to Sienna Toddler Fair is free, but you do need to reserve tickets. Don’t delay though – tickets go fast so get them on the website now! Toddlers will even get a free “Sienna Super Kid” mask while supplies last.
  • The festival takes place at Sienna’s luxurious Sawmill Lake Club located at 10323 Mount Logan in Missouri City. The fun fest will be open from 11am to 3pm.
  • Since the fair hours overlap with lunch time, hungry families can purchase something to eat at the food trucks that will be parked at the festival.
  • Extra parking and free shuttles are available from a nearby school, location to be announced. The wheels on the bus will be going round and round for the duration of the event!

What is the Sienna Sawmill Lake Club?

The Sienna Sawmill Lake Club also happens to be a kid-fab fave destination. With its adventure fort, splash pad, sandbox, zipline, swings, slides and more, this play space can keep kids amused for hours. That’s why it’s the perfect spot to host the Toddler Fair! Not only can kids enjoy all the happenings at the festival, they’ll have plenty of fun exploring all the amenities at the Sawmill Lake Club too.


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Vicky grew up in Miami, graduated from Boston University, and moved to New York City to work in advertising. She and her husband then had a marvelous adventure abroad, which included the birth of their older son. After almost four years in Beijing, they headed to her husband's hometown of Houston. Their daughter made her debut a few months later and their younger son joined the ranks several years after that. Vicky loves family life and all the adventures, laughs, and lessons that come with it. Though busy raising three kids, she tries to sneak time to tend to her tiny urban garden and come up with ideas to continually make her home a haven. Vicky has been slightly obsessed with raising monarch butterflies in recent years. She’s a writer and communications consultant who dreams of days where she can simply sit by the pool reading a book and drinking lemonade.


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