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The Scoop with Stacy – February 2023

Big League Weekend – Las Vegas Ballpark Big League Weekend is returning for two action-packed weekends on March 4&5, March 18-19.  A total of 4 Spring Training games will be played.  Tickets starting at $25 and can be purchased through the website or

Lee Canyon in the Winter – Discover winter adventures at Lee Canyon with skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snow play and winter camping.  There is a recently remodeled lodge at the base of the mountain to enjoy lunch while watching the skiers come down the mountain.  Just the scenic drive is worth it to see snow in the desert!

For the Kids – Touch A Truck is back!  On April 1st from 9am – 2pm is the opportunity to expolore more than 60 trucks including fire trucks, trash trucks, construction trucks, school buses and more.  There will be food, fun activities, and lots of entertainment for the whole family.  Tickets are available at the event and on

Tivoli Village on the outskirts of Summerlin is often forgotten but full of dining, shopping, health & beauty plus lots of fun activities all set in a charming Italianate setting.

A few of my favorite restaurants include Echo & Rig – Butcher & Steakhouse, Ada’s Wine Bar and Leone’ Café – a traditional Italian coffee shop.  Cupkates by Kate is a great little bakery and hosts tea parties for children.  Shopping includes Restoration Hardware, Vasari Boutique (women’s designer clothing) and D’annata (a charming little boutique full of shabby chic style clothing and home décor) among many others.  Tivoli Village also features Kilo Gym, Look Society Salon, Dance With Me Studio, Massage and two more fitness centers.

On the weekends you will find a fresh Farmer’s Market and pet adoptions and special events sprinkled throughout the year.  I highly recommend a light brunch at Leone’ Café, boutique shopping and the farmer’s market.

Three Square food bank – Three Square’s vision is simple – no one in our community should be hungry.  They work with a service network of community partners (this includes non-profit, faith-based organizations, schools and after school feeding sites) in our community  to reach struggling individuals and families at risk of hunger.

There are lots of ways to get involved – donate ($1 provides 3 meals), volunteer, start a food drive and sponsor events.  For more information on any of these go to their website under “How To Help”